A Street of Tapas Bars in El Grao, Valencia – Jill’s Urban Food Crawls

We’ve been on a seaside kick lately, developing an affection for the quiet streets and the funky, unpretentious neighborhood bars of Valencia's Poblados Marítimos (Poblats Maritimos) district. The El Grao barrio (called El Grau in Valenciano) is part of the maritime district. It is a small barrio sitting next to Cabanyal and incorporating the sea port… …

Solo In Spain: Visiting Seville & Valencia – Samantha In London

Time for another solo getaway! After such a successful trip to Barcelona and Madrid last May, I was itching to get back to Spain and discover more. My favourite hostel chain, Hostel One, has hostels in Seville so I chose to start there. I was craving some beach vibes too, so the next stop planned… …

A Weekend in Madrid – Amanda Afield

It is a fabulous city, isn't it, Amanda? We had a great time there. My girlfriend absolutely loved it. I'm sure we will be back again and again. I was amazed at the sheer number of people on the streets including young families with young children when we were hanging out enjoying a cafe con …

24 Hours in Toledo – Amanda Afield

Toledo is a magical place packed with history. It is a special place for me having recently had the opportunity to return after visiting as a young boy. Thanks for sharing your experience, Amanda! After visiting Barcelona, Sevilla and Ronda, it was finally time to travel to Spain's capital city, Madrid. While booking the trip, …

Travel Journal: My Five Days in Murcia, Spain – The Travel Hack

http://thetravelhack.com/europe/spain/travel-journal-my-five-days-in-murcia-spain/

Tapas in Barcelona’s Old Town: Finding Interesting Food Among a Sea of Tourists – Jill’s Urban Food Crawls

https://jillsurbanfoodcrawls.com/2017/10/15/tapas-in-barcelonas-old-town/

Seven Reasons the Spanish Stay Slim (even while eating all that ham) – No Longer Native

With all that wine and ham, how are Spanish people so thin? Here are the seven habits I copied from locals so I'm not buying new jeans every six months. Source: Seven reasons the Spanish stay slim (even while eating all that ham) - No Longer Native

Experience Authentic Cuisine in Granada & Malaga

Are you looking to experience authentic culture in the Andalucia region of southern Spain? What better way than to connect through food? Food is the lifeblood of Spanish culture and each region has its own unique dishes based on climate, tradition and local agriculture. Spain Food Sherpas is your guide to the authentic cuisine of …