The Spanish love of soccer is something mythical, but its passion for its national team, Spain’s national selection, is truly legendary. If the team, known as “The Red Fury”, “The Fury”, or simply “The Red” (although technically that nickname also corresponds to the Chilean national team) is playing, the country comes to a standstill. Everything becomes eerily quiet, at least until one of their players begins approaching the opposite goal… And God help the channel that isn’t playing the game on TV, because its ratings are guaranteed to fall sharply! It doesn’t matter if it’s for a huge championship competition or just a friendly game: if The Red is playing, the fans will follow.
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Every year in Spain the controversy is rekindled and we argue about whether Halloween is an “imported” holiday or not and about how “disrespectful and sinister” it is. But if we take a closer look, we can see that there are traditions in Spain that may just rival this “dark festival.” Let’s take a look at a few examples.
Have you gone home after your stay in Spain only to feel slightly nostalgic? Do you want to come back, but you don’t know why? Maybe, if you do a little soul searching, you’ll find one of these reasons to return.
You’re in a café in Madrid, Barcelona, Valencia, Seville… it’s time to go, you ask for the check and the moment you’ve feared has come… How much do you leave for a tip?
You’re not the only one who has asked this question. Many tourists and students who come to our country don’t know how much money they should leave to show their gratitude for good service.
Many people think fall is the perfect time to see Seville. Temperatures are mild, tourists have started to clear out of the city, many terraces are still open and strolling through the streets and parks starts to be a real pleasure.
But what surprises, places and activities await us in this noble and loyal city in the autumn?
Coming to a new country is always exciting. But you can’t help feeling disoriented and confused for the first few days, especially when you want to organize some kind of activity or trip. So, we’ve come up with this list of answers to some of the most frequently asked questions we get, to help you feel a little more at home.
Only recently have we started celebrating Halloween in Spain. True: it is not an official holiday, and some people don’t like it because it is “imported” or “disrespectful to the dead;” but it is also very popular and it becomes more so every year. Continue reading…
As you may have in many advertisements in many places, April 23 is World Book Day. With all probability, there is a fair or a commemorative event being celebrated in your hometown with that occasion and, while you walk through the former or assist to the latter, you may wonder why precisely this is day celebrated when people read books every day. Continue reading…
Pamplona is famous for its fiesta of San Fermín, which is arguably the most famous festival in Spain. It is a long-standing festival, which was made famous by the American author Ernest Hemingway in his book “The Sun Also Rises”. Since this discovery, over a million of people visit this city of just 200,000 residents to enjoy nine days of non-stop partying and celebration and indeed the famed “running of the bulls”.