It’s easy to observe the seasons on your plate in Spain because all the market stall holders, greengrocers, chefs and home cooks buy seasonal vegetables that are not only tastier but cheaper too! If you want to order the best of Spain’s seasonal vegetable dishes when travelling in Spain, here is our guide to what’s in season when.
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Gifts from Spain – What to Buy & Where to Shop
Thinking about gift ideas for friends or family? Working as travel planners on the ground in Spain since the year 2000, here at Totally Spain, we get asked by clients what gifts from Spain to buy. We’ve already produced a guide to shopping in Spain (with the all-important store opening hours) so today, here are a few of our favourite ideas for gifts from Spain…
Money Saving Travel Tips in Spain
Here at Totally Spain, our clients have been known to ‘splash out’ on certain things when travelling in Spain but these treats are always offset by money saving deals to get them a bit more bang for their buck. After two decades designing itineraries throughout Spain and Portugal, we really know a lot about providing great value for money and here are some of our favourite money saving travel pro-tips in Spain which we encourage you to try out!
Best Shopping in Spain
We are frequently contacted by our clients researching the best shopping in Spain. After two decades of answering questions and providing advice (we’ve been designing travel itineraries here since 2000) we thought it was high time we provided our very own Totally Spain Guide to the Best Shopping in Spain.
Christmas in Spain – A Holiday Season Guide
As travel specialists based in Spain, we receive lots of requests for Christmas packages. When responding, we always explain that the holiday season in Spain is a marathon-like event with no less than a whopping five days of full-on celebration over the two weeks of Christmas. The five key holiday dates are Dec 24, Dec 25, Dec 31, Jan 1 and Jan 6. Bars and restaurants are open on most of these days but shops, museums and other businesses and attractions could be shut on the afternoon of Dec 24, all day on Dec 25, the afternoon of Dec 31, all day Jan 1 and all day on Jan 6. If you are thinking about visiting Spain to see how the Spanish celebrate Christmas, here are some of the traditions we enjoy ourselves and think you should factor into your trip…