You would think that bigger Spanish cities such as Barcelona and Madrid would be the main hubs for the country’s most intriguing street art. But really it’s in Spain’s third-largest city, Valencia, where you’ll find the best concentration of impressive urban murals. Here are a few of the artists that you should keep an eye out for between your visits to the beach and scarfing down paella.
Category: Things To Do
April 4, 2014
Few places in the world celebrate Holy Week with the same extravagant pomp and circumstance as does the city of Málaga. From gilded floats to elaborate costumes, this is one southern event that will make you rethink typical Easter traditions.
March 21, 2014
Whatever your feelings are about Christopher Columbus’s journey to the Americas, there’s one thing for sure: his voyage was historic, and Spain happens to very much agree. To learn more about the icon, head to the southwestern Spanish region of Huelva, an area rich with Columbus-related history, and where you can go on a journey […]
March 7, 2014
You’re heading to Costa del Sol for the beaches – and rightfully so — but there’s oh so much to discover on this “Coast of the Sun.” From Roman remains to natural wonders and a healthy helping of Andalucia’s famous white villages, here are eight top southern Spanish places that you won’t want to miss on your visit to Costa del Sol.
February 21, 2014
The Alhambra: check. The Great Mosque: also checked. The Seville Cathedral: check that too. You’ve covered your Andalusian bases – almost – but there’s still one more thing that you need to cross off, and that’s most definitely the food. Here are your marching orders.
January 24, 2014
Where exactly is the heart of Andalucia? In the gardens of the Alhambra perhaps? Or maybe in the patios of Cordoba? Or even on the shores of Málaga? Well, since the 16th century, the “heart of Andalucia” hasn’t been in any of these places, but rather in the town of Antequera. It’s only home to […]