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A culinary journey through Spain
Spain’s restaurants and bars remain popular gathering spots for locals to forget financial woes over tapas and drinks.
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BoqueriaChoclatesandsweets1

Sweet treats in Barcelona's La Boqueria, one of the most famous food markets in all of Europe. 

(Blane Bachelor)

Boqueriaseafood

A fishmonger prepares her offerings at La Boqueria, one of the most famous food markets in all of Europe. 

(Blane Bachelor)

Chocolateandchurros

Thick, rich hot chocolate and churros, long strips of fried dough, are a popular late-night snack in Spain. 

(Blane Bachelor)

Jamonibericosalad

Slices of jamón ibérico, or Iberian ham, top a salad. 

(Blane Bachelor)

Catalantapas

A lunch of tapas, including fried artichokes and calcots, which are a typical dish from the northern region of Catalonia. 

(Blane Bachelor)

MadirdSanJeronimoelRealChurch

In Madrid, the San Jeronimo El Real church is illuminated against the dusk sky. 

(Jaymie Degaetano)

Boqueriameatvendor

Cured meats, including the famed jamón ibérico, hangs in a vendor at La Boqueria, one of the most famous food markets in all of Europe.

(Dana Curatolo)

BarcelonaCathedralinterior

The interior of Barcelona's cathedral, which was built between the 13th and 15th centuries, is open to visitors during the day.

(Blane Bachelor)

CordobaCalledelasFlores

The Calle de las Flores, or Street of the Flowers, in the charming town of Córdoba. 

(Jaymie Degaetano)

JerezSherryBodega

Barrels of sherry, or jerez, at a winery in the sherry-producing region of Spain.

(Jaymie Degaetano)

A culinary journey through Spain

Spain’s restaurants and bars remain popular gathering spots for locals to forget financial woes over tapas and drinks.

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