Madrid: culture, taste and Spanish movida

Madrid, the bustling metropolis that knows no rest, enchants as an open city, a crossroads of cultures and people from all corners of the globe. In addition to its renowned museums, the city offers an eclectic dining experience with restaurants ranging from traditional taverns to innovative gastronomic creations.

Zaragoza: intertwining of history, architecture and unique flavors of the territory

A trip to the fascinating Spanish city that combines tradition and modernity, age-old cultures and culinary delights
Zaragoza, with more than 2,000 years of history, stands as a city full of charm and tradition. The famous Basilica del Pilar, its Roman roots and the warm welcome of the local people make it a must-see Spanish destination. Located on the banks of the Ebro River, Zaragoza is the capital of Aragon and an ideal crossroads for exploring Spain.

Cordoba, the city in Andalusia where the cultures and flavors of traditional cuisine merge

In the enchanting heart of rural Andalusia, lies Cordoba, a fascinating city with a unique history, positioned along the bend of the Guadalquivir River. Its historic center is a real treasure, thanks to the extraordinary beauty of its monuments and the grand Moorish heritage that can be admired in the sumptuous Mezquita-Cathedral. This architectural masterpiece with its forest of arches and columns represents the glory of Al-Andalus and is considered a UNESCO World Heritage Site.