Gastronomy

Go out for tapas in Seville

In Spain, gastronomy is a pleasure. It is known for its wines, its ham, its olive oil, its tapas, its pintxos and its Mediterranean diet. It offers a variety of dishes and flavours that change depending on the region. Hence, continue reading if you want to learn about...

Explore Seville in 2 days,  the best tour to discover the city

Explore Seville in 2 days, the best tour to discover the city

Day 1 Our first day in Seville starts in the Plaza de España, designed by the Seville architect Aníbal González as an emblematic space of the Ibero-American Exposition of 1929. Located in the María Luisa Park, it is the most famous park in the city. Then we make a...

Seville, the city with the most orange trees in the world

Seville, the city with the most orange trees in the world

Did you know that Seville is the city that has the most orange trees in the world? If you go to Seville in spring, you can enjoy the aroma of the thousands of orange blossoms that are all over the city. This is because Seville is the city that has the most orange...

The Alsatian food, typical dishes

The Alsatian food, typical dishes

It is said that France is the culinary country par excellence. Each region has its specialties, and Strasbourg is no different. Here are some of their typical dishes, which can be tasted both in restaurants and in winstubs, Alsatian taverns with a popular atmosphere:...

What to eat in Australia! Enjoy its gastronomy!

What to eat in Australia! Enjoy its gastronomy!

Australian cuisine has its influence from Australian aboriginal cuisine, known as “bush tucker”, from the cuisine of British colonizers, and from immigrants who arrived after World War I. Continue reading to find out more about what to eat in Australia! Throughout the...

What to eat in Argentina! Discover its gastronomy

What to eat in Argentina! Discover its gastronomy

Argentine cuisine has Creole, Spanish and Italian influence. In the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, there was an important migratory movement of Italians who brought pasta, pizza and ice cream. Gnocchi stands out, which is  dough made with potatoes and...

Argentina and mate, the national drink

Argentina and mate, the national drink

Mate is an infusion typical of South America that is drunk using a bulb (thin cane) usually made of metal, in a container to which hot water is added. It can be taken bitter or sweet, adding some sugar. If you want to modify its flavor you can add honey, orange peel,...

What to eat in Barcelona! Typical dishes

What to eat in Barcelona! Typical dishes

In Spain, gastronomy is a pleasure. It is known for its wines, its ham, its olive oil, its tapas, its pintxos and its Mediterranean diet. It offers a variety of dishes and flavours that change depending on the region. Barcelona, bathed by the Mediterranean Sea, has a...

Puerto Madero, Buenos Aires

Puerto Madero, Buenos Aires

My favourite place in Buenos Aires is Puerto Madero, the youngest neighbourhood in the city. At the end of the 19th century, the aim was to provide the City of Buenos Aires with a good port infrastructure. The project of the merchant Eduardo Madero located the port...

Nyhavn, famous canal in Copenhagen

Nyhavn, famous canal in Copenhagen

Nyhavn is my favourite place in Copenhagen. It was built in the 17th century by order of King Christian V. It was the port of entry to the city of Copenhagen for arriving ships. The area was full of sailors, prostitutes and breweries. Today, the canal is a mandatory...

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