If there is something that characterizes us, it’s the original cultural festivities.
Can you imaginea whole town throwing tomatoes against each other?! Or burning huge sculptures made ofpaper?!
Well, you will learn about these and more through different… More
Something positive about the current situation? Since we are at home, the contamination rates have reached a historical low!
The reduction in traffic has been very remarkable, it was reduced to 60 percent in cities such as Barcelona or Madrid. A huge… More
On May 18th is the International Museum Day. The aim of this day is to raise awareness of the importance of museums ascultural exchange, enrichment of cultures, as well as for thedevelopment of mutual understanding, the collaboration and peacebetween… More
Little by little we are getting closer to the “new normality”. The past 2nd of May was an awaited day for Spanish people, as the first day of freedom! After 45 days in quarantine it was allowed to walk in the city and do some sports.
It was a sunny and… More
Every year since 1625, Granada celebrates its Día de la Cruz (“Day of the Cross”) on May 3. Following the tradition, thousands of fresh carnations are used to decorate around 100 different “crosses” all over the city. Every year, the city hall hosts… More