If you have chosen the winter to travel to Spain, we want to give you some ideas to inspire you and make you live unforgettable experiences.
This season is a good time to get to know Spain and its customs and traditions during the Christmas holidays.
The new headquarters of the Spanish María Cristina Masaveu Peterson Foundation, located in the Chamberí district and close to the Art Walk, hosts its first exhibition, which includes a selection of 117 works from its extensive and varied collections of Spanish nineteenth-century painting. The exhibition can be visited (free of charge till 5th January) in Halls 1-13 and a free audio-guide service is included.
Every year, crowds of people come to experience this fiesta where everything is allowed and you have only one obligation: to have fun.
Rhythm, colour, flamboyance, luxury and of course the most brilliant spectacle. The Santa Cruz de Tenerife Carnival is the most “Brazilian” of all the Spanish carnivals, and it is famous all over the world for its popular flavour. For fifteen days, the streets of the city come alive with joie de vivre, freedom and extravaganc
Passion and “duende” of the Andalusian horse permanent equestrian show.
The Royal Stables of the city of Cordoba hold a marvellous exhibition in which purebred Spanish horses are the main protagonists.
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