Extremadura is known for its culinary specialties, three UNESCO World Heritage sites, excellent birdwatching and rich Roman history.
Never do I experience the world more intensely and appreciate its beauty more than when I travel.
This Spanish isle has a wild side that has nothing to do with cabaret and karaoke.
Pueblo Ingles, an English-immersion program for Spaniards, helps Spanish professionals gain fluency in conversational English.
Zaragoza, Spain may not be well known with tourists, but its unique culture and cuisine make it well-worth the visit.
A pilgrimage on this path can last for days, weeks or months as you trek toward Santiago de Compostela.
The 320-foot minaret, built in 1198, is no longer the world’s tallest tower. Still, you’ll find plenty of excess in this Spanish cultural center.
Eat food in miniature and drink wine in bulk. Spain’s Basque region teems with cutting-edge cuisine and traditional wines.
Horse lovers delight in the Andalusian countryside and the historic charm of Seville.
Driving in Madrid takes an unexpected twist during a trip to Spain.
Ancient synagogues, kosher wines and a Sephardic music festival – all in one of the most Catholic countries on the planet.
Wander Moorish neighborhoods with whitewashed houses and explore the intricate gardens of a centuries-old fortress.