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Event: Event: Brian Duffy exhibits Rock Star “David Bowie Series” in Málaga

Brian Duffy has portrayed celebrities like John Lessnon, Brigitte Bardot, Julie Andrews and Sidney Poitier. He has come to Málaga to exhibit his works made for and of Rock Star David Bowie titled the “David Bowie Series”. His works vary from portraits, photojournalism and advertising images for brands such as Benson & Hedges, Smirnoff, between […]

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Ways to order and drink Spanish coffee

Madrid’s Mayor invites you all to come enjoy a ‘café con leche’ in Madrid’s Plaza Mayor. This proves just how much coffee means to Spaniards, it’s almost considered part of cultural heritage, considering the Mayor even mentions it. Back to coffee, and how it’s drank. There are multiple ways Spaniards prepare their coffee, you are […]

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Event: Flour Carnival in Alozaina, but you won’t be baking

Alozaína is a town and municipality in the province of Málaga, part of the autonomous community of Andalusia in southern Spain. This small town hosts an unusual festival where one throws flour, and bags of flour, at neighbors and visitors alike — so beware! Some get dressed in traditional fancy dresses, a custom that originates […]

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Event: Photographer Richard Kern exhibits “The Naked and Famous” in Málaga

First time in Spain, photographer and filmmaker Richard Kern exhibits and exposition composed of naked and famous human figures. As a portraitist, Kern sheds light on the darkness and more complex areas of human nature, psychologically, and conveying it via image and film. Celebrities, poetry, fiction, raw reality, transgression, underground (street) art — words of […]

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Santa Cruz, Tenerife’s Capital: where to Go & what to See

Tenerife was an extremely popular destination in the 80’s and is still very well-known today. However, statistically, in the last few years, Tenerife has not had as many visits as one may think. An island with exotic parks and chic restaurants, quirky and sleek architecture and very interesting museums and galleries — you would think […]

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Spaniards love tomatoes so much they have a tradition named ‘Battle of Tomatoes’ — dare to join?

Still today we are split by the on-going (but friendly) battle of whether tomatoes are considered a fruit or a vegetable. That’s not what we’re here to talk about today. This is a different type of battle, a summer event were we suggest you wear nothing more than old ragged clothes. Every year thousands of […]

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Where to go for a good flamenco show in the Madrid capital

Madrid, capital of Spain, is located in the heart of the country. A metropolitan city for singles or families, for students for everybody. Madrid has a bit of everything — even flamenco! Even though Flamenco is more from Andalusian culture, it is still a widely recognized folk dance art nationally and big part of Spanish […]

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Spain’s finest Sherry and Grape harvest Celebrations in Andalucia

Sherry is made from the Palamino grape, a grape that grows extremely well on chalky soils found in Jerez de la Frontera, Andalucia. Jerez has been titled European Wine City 2014. What is done with these grapes to make Sherry, is truly interesting. Fermented to give a dry white wine, which is then fortified 16% […]

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Barcelona’s Art: architecture, artists and museums

Barcelona, a beautiful city rich in culture, arts and stunning architecture. If Barcelona is a city you wish to visit, them you’re in luck. This article will finely describe some of Barcelona’s artsy features and must-see’s. Barcelona’s modernism, Antoni Gaudí You may already know about Antoni Gaudí and his modernist architecture. Waking Barcelona by foot […]

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‘Sevillanas’ is flamenco that anybody can dance, come to Sevilla’s Feria in May

Easter, known as ‘Semana Santa’ is the most prestigious (and religious) holiday in Spain. That is why two weeks after Easter, Seville kicks up a storm and the Feria begins! Normally celebrated in April, this year’s late Easter dates have forced the move of Sevilla’s April feria to May, still two weeks after Easter. Starts […]

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Visit Andalusia and experience a Flamenco! Shows in Málaga, Córdoba and Jerez.

Many say that you either learn about Andalusia through Flamenco or you learn Flamenco through Andalusia. There are endless places where to go and experience ‘Flamenco’. Hotspots in Costa del Sol for Flamenco and it’s culture, here are some great places where to experience some real Flamenco! MALAGA Kelipe Malaga (City center) TICKETS Kelipe is […]

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Visit Mijas Pueblo, a soon to be World Heritage Site with donkey taxis, Costa del Sol

When visiting Málaga or generally the Costa del Sol, you cannot go without visiting Mijas Pueblo. This enchanting white village is close to the coast, situated in the lowlands mountainside of the Sierra de Mijas mountain range, surrounded by pine forest and with PANORAMIC views across the sunny Costa del Sol. 
With a small population […]

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Festival and local street parties and celebrations in Zaragoza

On the 24th January, Zaragoza will host it’s local festival ‘San Valero’. 
All kinds of events, from theatre performances, children’s events, rock concerts to loud and energetic street dancing in the main ‘Plaza de los Sitios’ and the city centre. For more information visit www.zaragoza.es/ciudad/cultura 

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Gastrofestival in Madrid, 24th January – 9th February

We all know how famous Spanish is for their cuisine. So what better than enjoy it all in a festival full of fun? Gastrofestival Madrid is an annual event that hold diverse activities and experiences in food-related programmes. Back for it’s fifth year and with tribute to Spain’s tasty and renown gastronomy. Not only from […]

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