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  • Tarta de Santiago at Saint James of Compostela

    Every 25th of July, Spain celebrates Santiago of Compostela Day or better known as the annual Feast of Saint James in Galicia. Besides being known as the place of ‘Camino de Santiago’, it is also a unique cultural place declared World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Santiago is full of typical and exquisite gastronomy. However, the popular ‘Tarta de Santiago’ is preferred among all those Spanish foods. Do you want to know how to prepare this delicious Spanish dessert?

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  • Watching the Euro 2016 with the best tapas

    The Euro 2016 is one of the biggest world-soccer events. And there’s nothing better than enjoying a good match with the best company, meaning good friends and of course, good food. Tapas is a reliable option if you want to beat them all in your Euro 2016. Easy, quick and delicious. Take a look at the best tapas for watching the Euro 2016.

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  • Best Spanish drinks

    Summer in Spain is synonym of heat… but REAL heat!... There’s no denying that it is the perfect weather to be with friends or simply going with family on vacations after a long and cold winter… Here we’ll help you with the most popular and ideal Spanish Drinks to accompany your Spanish meals this summer:

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  • Vegetable preserves and running the bulls.

    Vegetable preserves and running the bulls that's all you need to know today. Every year thousands of Pamploneses (natives of Pamplona) and visitors, dress from head to toe in the traditional immaculate white clothing with red handkerchiefs around their necks,  to fill the streets of Pamplona and celebrate the week of festivities in honor of San Fermin known as ‘Los Sanfermines’.  Want to know more about this Fiesta?... Keep on reading ;)

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