Tapas and Spain go together like baguettes and France. And the southern Spanish region of Andalucia poses no exception to this rule. On a recent trip to Sevilla, Spain (an hour plane flight from Madrid) I got an inside look at tapas in one for the most thriving local neighborhoods in town.
Razzle-Dazzle Flamenco Shows These packaged shows can be a bit sterile -- and an audience of tourists doesn't help -- but
Sevilla loves its religious processions. Any time of year, you're likely to bump into a giant crowd following the slowly
For the first time in history over 6 million Spaniards are jobless in Spain, the euro zone's fourth-biggest economy. In this