Catalunya is scattered in beautiful hillside towns. Some of these towns are inland, others face the shimmering Mediterranean glinting under the sun. If you’re visiting this culturally and scenically distinct part of Spain sometime soon and want to be acquainted with some of the most traditional villages South East Spain has to offer, take a
Easter will soon be here and if you crave a different experience with the family this Easter, then head to the vibrant, exciting city of Barcelona.
La Nochevieja is Spanish for ‘the old night’, to which the English refer to as ‘New Year’s Eve’. La Nochevieja in Barcelona sees families gather to eat a meal together, followed by a party that typically goes on until the early hours. The traditions begin by trying to swallow twelve grapes at every stroke of