Andalucia

Dancing Holidays in Spain Andalucia is a region of southern Spain rich in culture and traditions. Jews, Muslims and Christians have lived together for centuries, leaving a deep impression on their customs, gastronomy, art and history. Flamenco was born in these lands as a cry of hope for the most disadvantaged. It is an art...
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Wine has been present in Spain since the arrival of the Phoenicians, hundreds of years ago. This drink has been placed at the center of many celebrations throughout our history. The wine goes very well with food but, now also, with music and tourism. More and more tourists are traveling to know and taste the...
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If you are looking for a different and original Christmas holiday here we offer you three musical plans for you to visit Spain during the last days of the year. Jazz in Valencia Valencia is a city east of the Iberian Peninsula, with beautiful beaches, a mild climate and the birthplace of paella, a dish...
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It is said that no one is a prophet in his own land and, maybe, that is why, we need people like Cristina Heeren in Spain to protect and promote our fantastic art called Flamenco. She has been in Seville for more than 20 years putting her own money to create and maintain a Flamenco...
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Carnival is approaching and Spain is full of very diverse festivities around this theme. In the south of Spain, Cadiz holds a very unique Carnival where music and funny lyrics are sung by a group of people called Chirigotas. Usually they dress up in crazy costumes and sing about everyday topics in a satirical way....
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The joy of life is always present at the spanish festivities. Christmas is also a good excuse for the family to get together and enjoy the moment with so little. Only a guittar, a pair of hands and happy dancing. The Zambombá Flamenca is a typical Christmas carol with flamenco style. A good place to...
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Healthy and delicious recipe all the way from the Mediterranean!, the Gazpacho. Suitable for Vegans, Vegetarians and everyone else   Gazpacho – Mediterranean Dish from Eduardo H. Garza on Vimeo.  
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Meet Sevilla from a special optical       and enjoy with a great view of Cadiz    
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