Indeed peculiar in all sorts of wonderful ways, Barcelona has long been seen as the most European of Spanish cities. Therein lies its future.
Researchers have recently discovered that a Roman tomb in Carmona, Spain may have originally been a Mithraic temple years before.
Madrid offers food culture, history and architecture. Duck inside some of its most famous doors where you can have your cake and eat it too.
Changes in government policy, tax laws and 21st century socioeconomic issues are having a large impact on Spanish culture. How will street art and residents be affected?
The “Ferran Adrià and elBulli. Risk, Freedom and Creativity” exhibition at the Palau Robert in Barcelona unveils the creative universe and talent of Ferran Adrià , the late 20th and early 21st centuries’ most influential chef, as well as the comprehensive capacity to innovate that he has applied to gastronomy with his work at elBulli restaurant.
The Young Architects of Spain exhibition celebrates the best Spanish architects under 40 as determined by an international jury of renowned architects.
The annual Festa Major de Gracia is one of Barcelona's biggest parties, featuring drinking, dancing and beautifully decorated streets.
Untapped arts editor Laura Itzkowitz recounts a trip to the incredible Alhambra Palace in Granada, Spain, where the last of the Nasrid kings ruled in the 14th century.
The new Gastro Bar @ 35th is an oasis of contemporary Spanish food and culture in midtown, with a deep respect for tradition and a commitment to modernity.
Get to know Madrid retracing Ernest Hemingway's footsteps. Relive history, visit his most treasured and written about sites, bars, restaurants and passion points of the city.