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The best artichokes are from Tudela in southern Navarra. Tudela sits on the Ebro River, which is the second longest river in Spain, and the longest that only goes through Spain (the other one enters Portugal). The river empties out in the southeast into the Mediterranean.
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The picking of wild forest mushrooms is a passion and has a large number of followers in Spain. This is especially true in the north, in Navarra and the Basque Country. The boletus edulis and boletus aereus mushrooms, colloquially called “hongos” in Spanish, are undoubtedly the most valued for their gastronomic qualities.
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camino de santiago with kids
Open their world to New Experiences One of the greatest things about travelling the Camino de Santiago with kids is the opportunity they have to interact with pilgrims from all walks of life, all the cultures and languages under the sun. Fostering chit chat along the Way and developing their international – friendly social skills is wonderful. We are social creatures and the Camino is the ideal playground for them to expand their horizons. My children made ‘amigos’ every day....
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camino de santiago with families
Viva Slow Travel with kids! For those of you who are contemplating slow travel the Camino de Santiago with your kids, whether by bike or on foot, our aim is to inspire you to take on the challenge and be pleasantly surprised at how much your family will enjoy and grow every peddle or footstep of the WAY. Taking the time to travel, as you can see in this “Camino de Santiago with Kids” sequel is a step in the...
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carlos ciriza
Carlos Ciriza is one of the most renowned artists of Navarre, Spain. His large-scale sculptures and art creations are exhibited around the world. His installations and works are integrated into architectural, urban and natural environments and reflect his ever-present motif of volume, movement and circulation of spaces and voids.      Since his first public exhibition in 1984, his work has been exhibited in many galleries and institutions around the world. His sculptures and paintings are displayed in museums, parks,...
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what is a cofradia?
The Cofradia in Spain is a social institution created for the purpose of promoting special Christian works. In this article we are going to explain the religous cofradia in Spain, what they are, when these Cofradías began and what they are do.   The Term Cofradía The term Cofradía – pronounced in three syllables co·​fra·​día – emphasis falls on the last syllable – stems from Old Spanish confrade, from con — from Latin com = with — + frade  = brother, monk, priest, from...
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what to see and do in spain at easter
What is Semana Santa in Spain?   Holy Week (Semana Santa) is the biggest religious celebration of the year in Spain, during which everyone has a week off, there’s a ton of eating and drinking, and seemingly unending, elaborate and solemn processions. There is so much to see and do in Spain at Easter. The reenactment of the Passion of Christ is the main focus, but there are many bizarre and unusual traditions that go along with the main events,...
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What to See in Northern Spain
What to include in a trip to Northern Spain Northern Spain is somewhat of a mystery to the average visitor. It is a mistake, however, to overlook this part of the country. It is culturally distinct from the rest of Spain, though retaining the best of Spanish alegria, so to say, the simple joy of being alive. The area is known throughout Spain for its culinary expertise and outstanding produce, including the world-renowned Rioja wine region. Historically, with its strategic...
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what to do in northern spain
Often people think of Spain and what comes to mind is flamenco and guitars or the Alhambra in Granada, or the architecture of Barcelona. But in northern Spain, there is not only a unique and rich culture full of music and history, and a lush green landscape thanks to the plentiful rains, but also an abundance of activities to occupy every type of traveler. This allows them to experience the culture, traditions and beauty of the region in many different...
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San Sebastian
Well-placed on the coast just across the French border, and about an hour from Bilbao, San Sebastian has been lauded across time by authors such as Victor Hugo and Ernest Hemingway for its elegance, beauty, and more recently, its excellent gastronomy. Sitting on La Concha (the Seashell) Bay, encircled by green hills and a sparkling blue sea, San Sebastian evokes old-time glamor. With wide promenades along sandy beaches, pretty architecture and a quaint old port, guests often feel they have...
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