When we think in the south of Spain, normally we think in Andalusia or the Arabic heritage. But the Mediterranean also have remains of the Roman and cartagines times. A good example of this is the city of Cartagena, Cartago nova.
The 20th century was a convulsed time for Spanish society. It affected, and still does, its art and cultural heritage.
Halloween: A History
Continuing the theme of the spookiest time of year, let's explore the origins of October's favourite holiday: Halloween.
Intangible Heritage is Our Party Gown
Intangible Heritage is, many times, hard to find still in use. In Asturias (Spain) it is really present when the festivities happen.
Archaeological Visits From Your Sofa
Travelling and visiting museums and archaeological sites is complicated nowadays. But internet offer us several options, created by specialists so we can enjoy these wonders without leaving the safety of our houses
On my way to Santiago
A personal experience of the Camino de Santiago... till Finisterra
Who Discovers the Heritage?
Ever wonder what happens in an archaeological excavation? Take a look in this diary to know more.
Smells Like Chocolate: Villajoyosa, Spain
The industrial, material and immaterial heritage of the city of Villajoyosa is undoubtedly a potential driving force to further development of tourism experiences near the Alicante and Valencia regions.
Oviedo, a World Heritage City, and proud of it?
Not all World Heritage Cities are famous and super crowded. This is the case of Oviedo, Spain, a city that many don't know and even some citizens, ignore how full of heritage it is.