We are often struck by how different Spain can seem for first time visitors so we’ve decided to put together a guide to the Weird, Quirky & Unusual Food Customs in Spain for those of you novices coming to Spain. In case you don’t know us, we should emphasise that we are a Spain-based travel specialist since 2000. We adore Spain and love designing customised trips to Spain. So please read this in the light-hearted manner in which it has been written. With that disclaimer, we’ll begin our list of the weird and wonderful things in Spain, all of which are food-related.
If you only spend a day in Spain, you can’t help noticing how people love to share food. It’s so intrinsic to the dining experience that it’s built into the menus. But do you know what to share and how to share it in Spain? We’ve been designing custom itineraries in Spain and Portugal for two decades and here are our pro-tips to exactly that:-
If you’re interested in architecture and looking for something a bit different – how about a vibrant city with a rich history of harmony between cultures? Come and discover Zaragoza in Aragon and more importantly the incredible Mudejar Zaragoza architecture.
Last weekend, Ken from Totally Spain (we’re a Spain-based travel agent and specialist in custom travel to Spain since 2000) took a quick trip to Barcelona to meet his brother who was there on business. They were both reminded of just how much Barcelona delivers in such a short space of time. Take it away – Ken!
Spain is great for a family holiday but why a surfing package in Northern Spain you say? Not only is it historically a great place to surf – but we believe that the milder climate in Northern Spain is a bonus for families who want to be active in the middle of the day during the hot summer months. We also think you’ll enjoy the cultural amenities and the foodie vibe. Remember the tapas in the North are unbeatable!