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Many travelers to Spain may not be aware of the significant Jewish influence throughout the country, but in many of Spain’s most prominent cities one can find a Judería, or Jewish Quarter.  At one time the Spanish Jews, also called Sephardic Jews, were one of the largest and most prosperous Jewish communities in the world....
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Tucked away in the Basque Country of Spain is the small town of Kortezubi, which is home to the Oma Painted Forest. Kortezubi is located within the natural reserve of Urdaibai and has less than 500 inhabitants making the Oma Forest a true hidden gem. The forest is the most famous work of art by...
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The holiday season is upon us once again, and all around the world people are celebrating with different cultural traditions. Spain has many unique customs that make its holiday season special. Cities all over the country line the streets with festive lights and decorations. Religious festivities in Spain start on the 8th of December with...
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When many people think of Spain they picture Flamenco, sangria and bull fights, and although these have become the iconic images that stereotype the nation, Andalucía is where they actually originate. Andalucía, or Andalusia in English, is the autonomous community of southern Spain where the sun is almost always shining on the rocky, coastal landscape....
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Each year hundreds of thousands of people set out on the pilgrimage of the Camino de Santiago, also referred to as the Way of St. James in English. At Bike Spain Tours our most popular bike trip is the Camino de Santiago, we offer guided and self-guided tours starting in León and Burgos. One of...
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Situated along the northern coast of Spain in the western Pyrenees and touching the French border is the beautifully green Basque Country. The Basque Country, also known as País Vasco in Spanish and Euskadi in Basque, is an autonomous community. The name can also refer to the greater region, which includes the autonomous community of...
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A trip to Spain is not complete without a glass (or bottle) of one of Spain´s many famous wines! Spain, as the third largest wine producer in the world, has a wide variety of red, white, and sparkling wines. In Spain it is very common to have wine with a meal, or sit and have...
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Summer has come to an end, and that means it is back to work and cooler weather, but for those looking for an autumn adventure, why not explore Madrid? Madrid is beautiful in the fall; the sun shines on the trees illuminating their changing golden, orange and brown leaves, and the mountain climate makes for...
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It is late afternoon in Madrid on the final day of La Vuelta a España and the streets around the Plaza de la Lealtad are already full of fans anxiously awaiting the arrival of the cyclists! It will still be another four hours until the cyclists begin to arrive, but the anticipation and excitement of...
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Humble Beginnings In the year 1935, 50 cyclists set out on the very first La Vuelta a España from Spain´s intriguing and charming capital of Madrid. Despite the ever-growing turmoil in Europe during this time, with the Spanish Civil War on the rise and World War II looming not far ahead, these riders braved the...
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