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Mad About Madrid | Spain's Most Decorated Chef Wants to Conquer the Capital

Ten Michelin stars isn't enough for Martín Berasategui
Martín Berasategui
3 days ago
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Cocaine, Orgies & Club Tropicana | Inside Freddie Mercury & George Michael’s Favourite Hotel

This infamous Ibiza hotspot spawned a million stories, each one more debauched than the last
Malika Dalamal
2.6.19
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La Model | The Brutal Story of Franco’s Notorious Torture Prison

...and why a group of ex-inmates are fighting to preserve it
Paul Gibbins
1.31.19
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Surreal Madrid | The Story of the Hotel Defaced by Dalí​

Madrid’s Westin Palace Hotel was the artist’s favourite haunt, and also inspired Hemingway
Laura Studarus
1.21.19
Antidote

Best Spa Retreats | Where to Find the Best Wellness Therapies in 2019

From finding inner peace to bathing in lager, these are the best spa escapes this year
Clem Fiell
1.18.19
The Wanderlist 2019

Eat, Drink, and Shop the Hidden History of Palma, Mallorca | The Wanderlist 2019

Explore Mallorca's hidden gems, and discover why it's one of the best destinations of 2019
Clem Fiell
1.14.19
The Wanderlist 2019

Rejuvenate at the Most High-Tech Spa in Spain | The Wanderlist 2019

Experience the world's most serious spa, and find out why it's made our list of 2019s best travel experiences
Alanna MacNamee
1.14.19
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A Sound Idea | But Spain’s First Secret Festival Falls Short of Expectations

Secret Vida has a winning concept, but need to pull some genuine surprises to succeed
Laura Studarus
12.13.18
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Lest We Forget | In The Valley of the Fallen, Spain’s Enduring Monument to Fascism

Spain became a democracy 40 years ago today. Yet the battle over the nation’s collective memory - and Franco’s body - still looms large
Dan Hancox
12.6.18
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'Drunk Brits, Kill Yourselves' | The Story Behind Barcelona’s Shocking Anti-Tourist Campaign

Some people in the Catalan capital are sick of visitors, and they’re not afraid who knows it
Tabi Jackson Gee
11.14.18
Appetite

My City on a Plate | Albert Adrià’s Barcelona, the City he Transformed

The legendary Catalan chef lets you into the city where he built his "gastronomic theme park"
Albert Adrià
11.6.18
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Eerily Empty Waves | Surfing on Spain’s ‘Coast of Death’

Received wisdom suggests European waves are too crowded. Not here they're not...
Matt Carr
10.29.18
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