Autumn is the perfect time to take your first break since the summer holidays. Why not organise a trip to Spain? It's a time for savouring seasonal specialities, such as mushrooms and chestnuts, having fun in the fiestas around the grape harvest, or buying something unique before Christmas comes round. What’s more, you will find going out to hear the sound of footprints on a carpet of dry leaves, seeing large forests coloured in russet and yellow hues or spending the night in a mountain hotel very inspiring. We have several ideas for enjoying this season to the full.
We cannot contemplate autumn in Spain without thinking of the grape harvest. There are scores of regions you can visit to enjoy wine tourism. On this occasion, we are going to suggest a trip to La Rioja (home of one of the most famous Spanish wines) where there are over 80 wineries offering tours and wine is part of the local culture. As well as visiting wineries, you can fly over the vineyards in a balloon, go to a wine museum, attend a tasting course and treat yourself to a vinotherapy treatment.
The Centro cultural space will host the largest retrospective devoted to the Colombian artist in Europe from 17 September to 7 February, bringing together 67 large-format works. This is a unique opportunity to discover Botero’s career, covering his 60 years of artistic production and his most recent and as yet unseen watercolours on canvas.
Cutting-edge 3D technology brings the beloved opera legend Maria Callas back to the stage via a hologram. From 2 October to 1 November, from Friday to Sunday, the Gran Teatro Bankia Príncipe Pío will stage this live concert in which Callas will perform her greatest songs and opera arias accompanied by the Bankia Symphony Orchestra.
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