Spain’s hottest city has shot ... Seville’s Cathedral and its latticed tower, La Giralda. Beneath this landmark, you’ll find horse-drawn carriages, a thriving meeting point and the entrance to the Santa Cruz Barrio. This maze of white-washed streets.
Andalusia is flooded with tourists during Holy Week, so hotels can be expensive and must be booked in advance of Easter (April 24 this year). If you can't make it for Semana Santa ... less by car, Granada is home to one of Spain's most visited tourist.
Set below a flamenco school (worth a snoop if you get a chance), Anton Martin (on Calle de Santa Isabel) has stalls selling hams and ... peppers and meats from the Bierzo region in northwest Spain, this well-priced, wood-panelled restaurant is a favourite.
Upon returning from a recent three-week trip, my first to Spain, 10 different people ... ancient streets of Granada. Did I mention tiny? Like pull-your-mirrors-in-and-if-you-miss-your-hotel-you-have-to-drive-all-the-way-back-around-town tiny.
Spain ... Hotel (18) at Plaza de Santa Ana 14 (00 34 90 214 4440; memadrid.com). Its rooftop bar, The Penthouse Terrace, gazes down onto the square. Dining with the locals The same district boasts numerous versions of that Spanish staple, the tapas bar. La.
Then look out of your hotel window in the quaint medieval district of La Juderia in Cordoba ... The local currency in Spain is the euro. Traveling and eating is not expensive, and often with about 10 euros you can have a real treat, be it tapas or the.
And that's due to almost one thing entirely: Semana Santa -- the Holy Week before Easter that's celebrated in nearly every corner of the Spain ... like Granada and Seville. Additionally, air-conditioning isn't always a given in older city-center hotels.
The ritual plays out every year during Holy Week, or Semana Santa, part of an Easter tradition celebrated throughout Spain ... see the Easter spectacle, Seville offers plenty of other things to do as well with its soaring cathedral, Real Alcazar (fortress.
This 16th-century home poised in Granada’s view-laden Albayzín has been gorgeously converted into an outstanding 11-room family-run hotel, preserving exquisite antiques and its original Andalucian courtyard. Rooms are cosy and smart, and home-cooked.
Starwood has also signed a letter of intent to run the historic Hotel Santa Isabel ... to Skift it has not signed a management agreement with Gaviota for the luxury hotel. French company Accor has partnered with Gaviota on Sofitel So La Habana currently.