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

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

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

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

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

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

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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.

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

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

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

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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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