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What route do you want to take?
In Spain there are many to choose from. Urban routes, cultural routes, themed routes… here we present some that are as important as the Way of Saint James. Make a note of the itinerary.
Festivities with the little ones
Children are perhaps the ones who enjoy these celebrations the most. In Spain they'll have a wonderful time at the parades, seeing the Three Kings laden with gifts, and sampling the delicious Christmas sweet known as "roscón".
This is the perfect time to indulge in a little shopping. The reasons? Christmas markets like the one in the Plaza Mayor square in Madrid, the typical Christmas sweets, the January sales…
Puerta del Sol square
The twelve strokes of midnight on the clock in this central square in Madrid welcome in the new year. The traditional symbol of good luck! Don't forget to take a photo when you visit.
The Christmas table
This is the ideal time to indulge… And even better if the indulgence is culinary. Make the most of this season of the year to sample sweets like marzipan, "polvorones", or to feast on a spectacular New Year's Eve dinner.
Nativity scenes, a centuries-old tradition
These representations of the birth of Jesus become more surprising every year. In many parts of Spain you can also see the popular living nativity scenes.
300 reasons for coming back
The Way of Saint James
Calendar of events
Meetings and incentive trips
Travelling to inland Spain
Ideas for winter
Because we're already thinking of skiing, seeing the almond trees in flower… We love this season of the year!
The Three Kings are coming!
Come and introduce your children officially to Melchior, Caspar and Balthazar. They're magical!
One day in Segovia
With this logbook you can plan what to visit in this World Heritage City.
Calendar of events for 2015
The new year is packed full of festivals and exhibitions. Why not take a look?
Turismo de Tenerife
Canary Islands, leave your coat behind
Its year-round spring climate means you're always guaranteed a dip at its beaches.