Tucked away between Barcelona and Tarragona, Penedès is one of the oldest wine-producing regions in Europe. And Cava, the Champagne of Spain, bubbles over with toast-worthy taste.
Marked by the confluence of Atlantic, Continental and Mediterranean climates, Navarra’s location is the show. And being the Basque region, the wine here possesses an independent spirit.
Andalucia may be the most varied part of Spain – in every way. Multicultural, architecturally influential and flavorful, the region is home to a wine DO of Poe-etic proportions.
In Spain’s central plateau lies the world’s largests wine region. Lined with literary inflection and a variety of grapes, La Mancha tempts your taste buds from day to Knight.
Rail Europe invites you to discover Spain’s wine regions by rail. Explore Jumilla, Navarra, Rioja and take advantage of the country’s high-speed rail network.
The Jumilla wine region(one of over 60 wine producing regions) is famous for its Monestrell grape. Hidden in hills and valleys, the best way to experience this region is by combining rail and car.
Espana is quickly becoming a player in Europe’s culinary competition (watch out Italy and France.) All of Spain possesses a penchant for high-quality ham, tapas and late-night dinners, plus regional specialties abound.
Be mystified by magic and illusions at this year’s Hocus Pocus Festival, taking place in Granada, Spain. Master magicians will dazzle and amaze you with their talents!
We’ve put together our top ten list of family-friendly things to do in Madrid. These activities are proven favorites of adults and children alike!