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Cruzcampo: The risky adventure of a winery owner

In 1904, beer was seldom drunk, but Roberto Osborne put his whole fortune into creating Cruzcampo, Spain’s greatest brewery.   Its façade is one of the most recognizable symbols of Seville’s popular culture. Despite the fact that it was formerly one of the city’s most unique structures. Its wide pitched roofs with dormers, designed in Frankfurt,...
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The ultimate guide of the best places to stay in Madrid

The cornerstone of any fantasy vacation is a great location. Every neighborhood in Madrid has its own personality and vibe. Therefore, we’ve put together this guide to help you find the perfect fit for your tastes, needs, and preferences. Madrid, Spain’s capital and largest city, is a bustling and active metropolis brimming with art and...
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Cadiz Bienmesabe

‘Cádiz Bienmesabe’ I Agrifood Fair of the Province

The Diputación de Cádiz, in collaboration with the company Global Media Office and the participation of municipalities and businesses in the sector, has enabled the Ifeca fairgrounds in Jerez to welcome hundreds of people. They will meet and enjoy the products, traditions, peculiarities, innovation, and know-how of the professionals of Cadiz cuisine until Sunday. Cádiz...
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Gibraltar travel guide: The best things to do in Gibraltar in 1 day

It’s simple to see why visiting Gibraltar, a tiny British enclave, might be appealing. Not only does Gibraltar provide the unique opportunity to experience a small slice of British life in the midst of Spain, but it also boasts the awe-inspiring Rock of Gibraltar, which is guaranteed to make an impression. A trip to this...
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fried fish

The art of preparing fried fish step by step and without complications

A nice fried fish, or ‘pescaito frito,’ as Andalusians call it, is one of those guilty pleasures that reminds you that some of the world’s greatest culinary miracles can be had without spending a fortune in a Michelin-starred restaurant. Fried fish is a typical Mediterranean meal, but it is now widely served all over the...
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Meet the 3 captains who made their impact on Cadiz history

BA number of captains made their impact on history long before the cathedral was established, each using this port. One sailed from here, another was sacked here, and the third died of his wounds while his ship battled the rocks south of its harbors. Both kind of luck tormented each of them. And each man...
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Roche beach

The golden sand Roche beach in Cadiz

The Calas de Roche beach, also known as the Calas de Poniente, 40 minutes from Cadiz, are located north of Conil, between the fishing port and the lighthouse, as well as the private Roche urbanization. It is considered to be among the best beaches in Andalusia, located in the middle of nature between imposing reddish...
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The ultimate guide for Barcelona, mediterranean city in Spain

Barcelona, the capital of Catalonia and Spain’s second largest city, is unrivaled. It’s one of only a handful of must-see cities with a distinct personality. This is due in part to a generation of early twentieth-century painters and architects, such as Antoni Gaudi, whose iconic structures are unlike anything else on the planet. Barcelona, a...
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Bodegas Obregon

Bodega Obregón, the oldest tavern in El Puerto de Santa María

Bodegas Obregón, S.L. is a company that produces wine. D. José Luis González Obregón (El Puerto de Santa Maria, 1905-1995) founded it in 1935. It has been registered with the Wine Regulatory Council since then, and its wines bear the Jerez-Xérèz-Sherry mark of origin. Contents1 History of the company     2 Bodegas Obregón today3 Wine Tasting notes:3.1...
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