Spain is a country that attracts millions of international visitors every year. But there is more to the country than the Costa Del Sol and Marbella. Away from the west and South coast, there are lush green hills, even more amazing beaches, Cider, National parks and a water sports adventure playground. In Llanes, you will find Hotel Miracielos. Welcome to Asturias..
Versión en español abajo – Spanish version below As the final part of Spanish week, we take a look at the food fairs and festivals that you can enjoy when visiting Spain. Prepare your senses for a mouthwatering ride around Spain.
Versión en español abajo – Spanish version below Spain, known worldwide for the sun, beaches and delicious tapas, also offers us a large number of impressive places not so well known to foreign visitors and which undoubtedly deserve a mention. A town sculpted in the rock, a place where you can appreciate 2 continents and 2 seas, a dizzying gorge, a desert or a beach that when the tide comes down gives us a cathedral landscape.
Versión en español abajo – Spanish version below We have all either been to Spain ourselves or know someone that has. Normally when you think of Spain you think of the usual suspects; Football, Barcelona, Madrid, Marbella, Paella and we could go on. Ignacio, our Market Representative for Spain and LATAM has given you a sneak peek at the parts of Spain you probably didn’t know, but you definitely want to.
As we grow up, we learn things that we should do and what we shouldn’t do around other people. It is something that is usually bred into you by your grandmother more than anyone else (or perhaps that was just mine). Cultural faux pas’ are something to think about. Now that we are adults we know all the rules and what we can and cannot do and keep the world spinning in the right direction. Right?
Although I am Polish, born and raised, there is one city that holds a special place in my heart. Granada, in the south of Spain, has been my home for nearly a year. During that time it made me fall in love with it. Its beautiful streets, the Arabic influences, fantastic tapas and flamenco street artists make it a one-of-a-kind city. Today, I will introduce you to it and tell you why you should make it your next destination.
While we have already told you about Spain in terms of your travel destination, we never mentioned a different, yet just as important perspective of travelling to this beautiful country. Welcome to your own Ultimate Spanish food guide, brought to you by Bidroom.
Catalonia is one of the most beautiful regions of the Iberian Peninsula. So beautiful, in fact, that many of its sites are a part of the UNESCO World Heritage List. Today, I will take you on a little tour around those gorgeous places and, hopefully, convince you to visit this gorgeous part of the World.
In the south of the Iberian Peninsula lies one of the most spectacular regions of Europe – Andalusia. Today an autonomous community of Spain, for centuries it was a part of the Moorish Kingdom. While it was overthrown in the 15th century, many remains of it withstood the test of time. Today, we will take a walk through some of the most beautiful Andalusian cities with Arabic influences.
Today, we are happy to introduce you to Lillia Khrystiuk – Market Representative for Spain and Latin America in Bidroom. She is the person who gets in touch with hoteliers in Spain and Latin American countries and develops the market there.