Athens Spata 19019
Athens Spata 19019
If you’re thinking Spanish cuisine, you’re almost certainly thinking tapas first and foremost. In so many ways, tapas encapsulate the warmth and conviviality of Spanish culture, as well as its emphasis on pleasure and good quality ingredients. No trip to the country is complete without at least one visit to a tapas bar, but it’s worth remembering that Spanish cuisine is actually remarkably varied. This perhaps isn’t surprising when you consider the diversity of its landscapes and the unique characters of its cities.
Spain is a huge country that takes in everything from snow-capped mountains to deserts, pristine white beaches and vibrant metropolises. As a result, its food culture includes dozens of different regional variations with hundreds of local specialties, so it’s very worthwhile exploring the hidden gems each area offers. Spanish cuisine has also developed a truly international outlook, so it’s easy for visitors to do a “culinary world tour” in a single city.
The wealth of restaurants available in Spain often offer a truly unique “open kitchen” concept in the heart of Spain’s capital and beyond. The ambiance is dynamic yet cosy, making them ideal when holidaying with friends. The bars are equally varied. For example, in Sotogrande on the Costa del Sol, there is a hip and original “mixology” bar that gives visitors a delicious taste of Andalusian lifestyle in a bright, contemporary setting. Buen provecho!
(*) Average meal price calculated on the basis of starter and main course or main course and dessert, excluding drinks, menu and promotional offers. The average price is an estimate only, calculated according to the prices provided by the restaurant. Depending on the country, the average price may or may not include all taxes. ↩
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