Join Us On A Foodie Journey To Madrid And Andalucia

Tapas are not so much a type of food as a way of eating. It could be said tapas
are an Andalusian way of eating. . . for Andalusia is the real home of tapas

HISTORY, CULTURE,
ARTS AND AN
ENDLESS VARIETY
OF GREAT FOOD

From a vast variety of tapas to some of the worlds best seafood, the food of Spain is all about making the most of fresh local produce

The word Spain conjures images of flamenco dancers, bullfighters, and white hillside villages. Beyond these traditional associations you'll find that Spain is several countries within a country, with cutting-edge art museums, green highland valleys, soaring cathedrals, medieval towns, designer cuisine, raucous nightlife and an immense treasury of paintings and sculptures. Join us here for a photo tour of Madrid and the southern region of Andalucia, sometimes referred to as the 'real' Spain.

 

Barrio de Salamanca, Madrid, popular restaurant Estay is a modern neighborhood bar featuring inexpensive pinchos and tapas. A nearby delicatessen offers a huge selection of cured meats, cheeses and pates.

 
     


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