Spanish Favorites

{continued from VF Newsletter – July 24} Interview with Celia Morales, courtesy of Federico Bestevaar. Federico Bestevaar and wife Milagros were staying at the Parador Nacional in Ronda and they saw a few brochures for a woman Flamenco guitarist named

SPANISH FAVORITES

One of my favorite things in Spain are the pastry, candy and sweets shops. I think it has to do with the attention to detail and presentation. The sweets are both delicate and delicious, and there is almost always a

Jerez de la Frontera lies some nine miles inland from the sea between Cadiz and Sevilla and is the principal of three sherry towns. The others are on the coast are San Lucar de Barrameda at the mouth of the

SEVILLA is the capital city of Andalusia and located in the South of Spain. It is one of the largest Spanish cities with over 700,000 inhabitants. Sevilla occupies the valley of the Guadalquivir River. The river, with 60 navigable kilometers,

EN SEVILLA: The home for Casa de la Guitarra dates from the 18th century, and it is located in the monumental area of Seville, in the neighborhood of Santa Cruz. World-reknown guitarist José Luis Postigo founded this Flamenco cultural centre.