Think it can't be done? In the Spanish capital, you can have dinner and a drink (well, three) and still get change from a €5 note at one of its most tucked-away tapas bars. This is how to go about it…
The Belle Epoque seaside town of San Sebastian, in the Basque region of Spain, is the perfect place to take a gourmet trip
With thousands of bars, cafeterias and restaurants, there's fabulous food to be had in Valencia - you just need to know the right places to look...
Glazed tiles are a fine Madrid tradition – every bar worth its salt has a tiled façade or interior. Eat, drink, and learn Spanish culture the easy way by visiting the best tiled bars in town
Adjust your body clock and join the locals as they party through the night in Seville’s up-and-coming Alameda district
From Michelin stars to pintxo bars, the Spanish city of San Sebastián is a place to spoil your tastebuds silly, with something for all budgets and tastes
The Mercado de San Miguel is a magnet for foodies in the Spanish capital. Sample the mouthwatering fare of its food stalls, then set off on a tapas crawl of Madrid or join an evening wine tasting
by Rob Parker
Granada offers a taste of the real Spain and a glimpse of the old Andalucia with its world famous tapas and incredible Moorish architecture
by Kevin Hughes
Squeezed in-between Brazil and Argentina, the tiny nation of Uruguay is often overlooked. However, with some architectural delights, good food and fantastic beaches, it really is worth a visit
The neolithic rock art found in the caves of Altamira in northern Spain's Cantabria region has inspired song-writers, artists and poets for many years. Isn't it time it inspired you?