Contemporary Spanish Restaurant Brings Spain’s Famous Tomato-Throwing Festival to London

This August, we’re celebrating one of Spain’s most recognisable festivals, La Tomatina. If you can’t make it to Buñol, where the annual festival takes place, join us on Saturday 25th August to celebrate at aqua nueva and Downstairs at Carousel. Continue reading Contemporary Spanish Restaurant Brings Spain’s Famous Tomato-Throwing Festival to London

Spain’s Top Soccer League Set to Play Regular-Season Matches in the US

Some of Spain’s top soccer teams — including FC Barcelona and Real Madrid — are slated to play regular-season matches in the United States for the first time in history as part of a promotional effort to boost soccer’s popularity in North America.  Continue reading Spain’s Top Soccer League Set to Play Regular-Season Matches in the US

Coral Gables Art Cinema to Celebrate Spanish Filmmaker Pedro Almodóvar

Who would have suspected back in the 1970s that the scruffy and rebellious young Spaniard — director of immoral movies, with as many fans as critics — would become world famous, with two Oscars, two Golden Globes, nine Goyas, a retrospective at MoMA, an honorary membership in the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences and a juror’s seat at the Cannes Film Festival in 2017? Continue reading Coral Gables Art Cinema to Celebrate Spanish Filmmaker Pedro Almodóvar

Carrefour Launches New Gourmet Store In Spain

Carrefour Spain has announced that it has opened a new Gourmet store concept in its Alicante’s Mercado de Finestrat.

The latest addition to its Carrefour Gourmet brand will mean the direct creation of over 50 new jobs, according to Carrefour. Continue reading Carrefour Launches New Gourmet Store In Spain

2nd Day of Bull Run Festival Kicks Off in Spain

The second running of the bulls at this year’s San Fermin festival in the northern Spanish city of Pamplona kicked off under heavy rain, with both bulls and runners slipping throughout the race. Continue reading 2nd Day of Bull Run Festival Kicks Off in Spain

New Gourmet Food Market Opens On Spain’s Costa Del Sol

Food lovers rejoice, a brand new gourmet gastro-market has officially opened on the Costa del Sol.

Estepona’s up-market Mercado Gourmet de San Luis opened its doors on Wednesday and is set to put the beach-side town on the Costa foodie map, offering products like prestigious ‘Amelie’ oysters, the finest jamon Iberico and an area dedicated to Japanese cuisine. Continue reading New Gourmet Food Market Opens On Spain’s Costa Del Sol

Barcelona Set To Welcome First Ever Exhibition Dedicated To Salvador Dali’s Muse: Gala

From 5th July to 14th October 2018, the Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya in Barcelona, will welcome the first ever exhibition dedicated to Gala, also known as Catalonian artist Salvador Dali’s wife and muse. Continue reading Barcelona Set To Welcome First Ever Exhibition Dedicated To Salvador Dali’s Muse: Gala

Spanish Opera House to Lose Crumbling Facade by Star Architect

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In the latest development in the ongoing travails of Santiago Calatrava, the Spanish architect, construction workers are due to start removing the crumbling mosaic facade of Valencia’s opera house on Monday.

The structural problems of the Queen Sofía Palace of the Arts, which has been closed since last month because of a risk of falling tiles, is the latest controversy surrounding the work of Mr. Calatrava. The opera house, one of his flagship projects, is at the heart of the massive City of Arts and Sciences complex that Mr. Calatrava designed to help transform his native city of Valencia. FULL STORY Continue reading Spanish Opera House to Lose Crumbling Facade by Star Architect

Spain Celebrates Els Enfarinats Festival with a Battle of Flour and Eggs

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Revellers take part in the battle of ‘Enfarinats,’ a flour fight in celebration of the Els Enfarinats Festival on December 28, 2013 in Ibi, Spain. Citizens of Ibi annually celebrate the festival with a battle using flour, eggs and firecrackers. The battle takes place between a group of married men called ‘Els Enfarinats’ that takes the control of the village for one day, pronouncing a whole host of ridiculous laws and fining the citizens that infringe them, and another group called ‘La Oposicio,’ which tries to restore order. READ MORE Continue reading Spain Celebrates Els Enfarinats Festival with a Battle of Flour and Eggs