Valencia Spain, one of the world’s craziest festivals, Las Fallas mixes exquisite cuisine, while the festival burns huge statues in the streets.
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Jean Miller Spoljaric attends bullfighting in Valencia Spain and is so horrified she cheers for the bull, hating have to see an animal die of stab wounds.
Being located so close to the coast and mountain ranges, Valencia has been recognized as a very scenic and alluring city with many tourist attractions.
Valencia is an autonomous region of Spain with culturally diverse towns, lively cities, ancient villages, exploring Vilafamés in the province of Castellón.
Madrid, Spain: Chance St. John explores Madrid and writes about the art, the cuisine, the nightlife and the historic sites.
Where movies were filmed will surprise you. This article describes the actual filming locations around the world that are different than you would think.
In Spain’s Extremadura region, farm to table dining and culinary trips are a popular diversion, with Iberico ham and famous Jerte cherries.
Spain: Suzanne Geudeke describes the Las Fallas festival in Valencia, Spain, a fun festival with huge statue floats and lots of drinking.
A photography tour of Spain’s photogenic destinations–Seville, Madrid, Barcelona, Toledo with advice on shooting from an experienced photographer.
Santiago de Compostela, Spain | Paul Shoul describes his non-demoninational pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela and other interesting towns in Galicia, where he visits historic sites and dines on local seafood specialties, especially mussels.
In Valencia, as in the rest of Spain, people are lining up to learn English. As a result, English language schools are opening up all over Spain.
Zaragoza,Spain | Paul Shoul visits the oldest city in Spain, and meets local chefs to taste the delicacies and sample the wines of the region.