A culinary experience that will take you on a journey to India without leaving Barcelona. Restaurant with its own distinctive style, serving authentic Indian dishes prepared with passion and a modern twist. Contemporary, elegant design and a romantic, welcoming and relaxing atmosphere.
A pioneering, vibrant gastronomic space with a seasonal menu. Clearly inspired by Mediterranean cuisine combined with the finest international dishes which seek to reflect the city’s cosmopolitan nature.
Founded in 1836, this is one of the city’s iconic restaurants and no visitor should miss it. Here you can enjoy absolutely authentic Catalan cooking and superb paellas in the incomparable setting of the history-filled establishment.
The Grup Sagardi has converted this unique space – which is housed in the former harbour warehouses built in 1881 – into a culinary hotspot that boasts unique views of the Barcelona skyline.
The collection includes the main genres in 19th century Spanish painting, paying special attention to Andalusian artists. There are more than 200 works on display at the Villalón Palace, a mid-16th century building, in Malaga. The exhibition starts off with a series of paintings by old masters, including ‘Santa Marina’ by Zurbarán. Then it continues […]
Typical 17th-century farmhouse. Rustic décor. Enjoys a prime location in a peaceful, garden setting. Mediterranean cuisine using market-fresh produce. Welcoming, informal atmosphere. Open-air or covered dining areas in summer in the garden.
This bridge in Zaragoza spanning the Ebro river was built on the occasion of the 2008 Universal Exhibition. This work of engineering combines aesthetics and technology. This is the largest concrete tied-arch bridge in the world, and has an arch span of 216 metres. The deck is 279 m long, 43 wide and weighs 24,000 […]
This is the largest river aquarium in Europe, and its 3,400 square metres are home to freshwater species from all over the world. The river aquarium is located in what was originally the venue for the Zaragoza 2008 International Exhibition. In its facilities you’ll find aquatic animals from the five most important rivers on the […]
This is one of the most popular destinations in the western Mediterranean, and you’ll soon find out why. You’ll find enchanting coves, gorgeous sunsets and lush natural landscapes. There are many ways to enjoy the islands: relaxing in an atmosphere of well-deserved peace and quiet, or partying until all hours as you enjoy the islands’ […]
These islands are known for being the sunshine centre of Europe, and offer mild temperatures and a range of outstanding natural attractions. In fact, five of its seven islands have been declared a Biosphere Reserve, and the archipelago has four national parks. Its beaches are its most outstanding attractions, and are perfect for relaxing in […]
Renaissance palace reformed in the 18th century Renaissance palace reformed in the 18th century. The entrance is a half moon arch. House or Palace of the Ovando built in 1519, Renaissance, although reformed in the 18th century. One example of palace architecture of Cáceres during the 15th and 16th centuries. It was supposed to have […]
The convent was built in the 18th century in Baroque style with Churriqueresque influences. There are columns with composite capitals, topped off with a broken pediment under a balcony. Currently it is the San Jorge Exhibition Centre and territorial delegation of the Department of Culture and Heritage of the Extremadura Council.