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Vitoria-Gasteiz, Spain

Strategically placed and with a wealth of greenery and culture, Vitoria-Gasteiz is a hidden gem in Northern Spain

Vitoria-Gasteiz, Spain

Vitoria-Gasteiz has a lot to offer the MICE industry, combining enchanting scenery with fine dining and eco-friendly design

Val d’Aran, Spain

Tucked away in the north-west corner of Catalonia, Val d’Aran’s snow-capped mountains and lush valleys are attracting visitors from all over the world

A closer look at Spain and Portugal’s property markets

It’s always a good idea to research the market of your potential new location before going on an overseas viewing trip. Property Guides takes a look at the property markets of Spain and Portugal

Why the happiest expats can be found in Spain

Laura Richards, Country Manager at the Spain Buying Guide, rounds up some of the reasons why Spain is one of the top destinations for British expats

Skiers head to Spain

Once recognised only as a summertime destination, Spain is now unexpectedly making a name for itself as a hub for winter tourism, thanks to a relatively unknown ski resort in the Pyrenees

The reign of Spain

With its numerous wine producing regions and ideal climate, Spain is asserting itself as a major player amongst European vineyards

Spain’s allure

One of the more popular destinations in Europe, both Madrid and Barcelona are distinctive in what they have to offer for the roaming tourist. We survey two cities at the heart of Spain’s synergies and contradictions


A diverse country of lush green valleys, dusty mountains, sun-soaked beaches and rolling, arid plains, Spain is an amalgamation of smaller principalities, from Catalonia in the south to the Basque country in the north. All told, there are seven recognised regional languages, and the influence of these subcultures can be seen clearly throughout the country. […]

Aarhus' year as European Capital of Culture has been a huge success, bringing enjoyment to locals and visitors alike. The challenge now is turning these short-term successes into long-term gains that every citizen can benefit from

Aarhus finds success as European Capital of Culture

Last year, Aarhus became the European Capital of Culture. While previous hosts have struggled to unite their citizens behind the year-long programme, the city created a scheme all its residents could share in