As well as all the pretty lights and Christmas markets, there are a number of festive activities that are quite unique to Spain. Here are just five very Spanish traditions that you can enjoy in Granada or at home this Christmas and New Year. Unsurprisingly, because it’s Christmas in Spain, some of it involves food!
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Where to go and what to eat in Granada
Join Carol Byrne on the Taste of Granada food tour to discover how locals eat out in Granada and try some of the best food and drink spots in town.
As the postponed 12th annual Granada Tapas Competition finally comes to a close, who better than Gayle Mackie, local foodie, Granada guide and tapas aficionado, to give us the low-down on the city’s tapas culture and this year’s competition.
This weekend I escaped with some girlfriends for a night out in Málaga. We waved goodbye to partners and children, nappies and nap times, and headed for the hills. Our first stop, and the subject of this post, was a terribly civilised wine tasting and tour of Bodegas...
Years and years ago – long before the doom and gloom of la crisis – all tapas were served on the house in Spain. The trend allegedly emerged during the 13th century, after King Alfonso attributed his speedy recovery from a grave illness to the prescription of small...