Madrid, while the capitol of Spain, isn’t as famous as other areas in Spain for its cuisine, but, that doesn’t stop the magnetic city from offering up some famous dishes. Madrid serves hearty feasts, from meat to rice to delicate desserts.
Category: Eating & Restaurants
February 11, 2013
From castles to beaches, wine, and dinner with a view, Spain definitely offers up romance in spades. So here are a few ways to turn your visit to the Iberian Peninsula into an extra-amorous one.
January 28, 2013
If San Sebastian, Spain, is known for one thing, it’s probably the cuisine — after all, the city has more Michelin stars per capita than anywhere else in the world. The best part, though: you don’t have to go to one of those fancy shmancy restaurants to get in on the tasty action. Instead, just hit up a few of the city’s ubiquitous pintxos bars to sample the best that Basque Country has to offer.
August 27, 2012
In every village, town and city in Spain you’ll find a healthy bar culture: it’s where people gather to share news, listen to music, dance and celebrate life. And of course to have a drink or two. But what does one drink when in Spain?
July 9, 2012
One of Viator’s certified tour guides in Barcelona gives us her top tips for seeing Barcelona like a local. From the best parks to the best food, check out what the expert has to say about this fabulous city.
July 2, 2012
Spain is famous for its wines, especially for its red wines, and especially for its red wines from La Rioja.
Since the 11th century La Rioja region in the Basque region of northern Spain has been known for its wine-making. They’ve had centuries to perfect the technique that is now protected by D.O.C., the qualified designation of origin certification given to certain locality-specific foods and wines throughout the world. Only Rioja wines with the D.O.C. label are from La Rioja.