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A taste of Bruselas
Brussels, Belgium
You can expect just about anything from a city capable of exporting the best chocolate in the world and Brussels sprouts (the name didn’t come by chance). The Belgian capital is a city of contrasts that will leave you with a good taste in your mouth. 
Be a txikitero, my friend
Bilbao, Spain

In Bilbao there are not residents, there are txikiteros. This is the name given to the people who drink txikitos, small glasses of wine served in the bars. Be a txikitero, my friend.

 

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From Madrid to heaven (or so they say)
Madrid, Spain
One of the most popular Madrid sayings has it that there's only one better place than Madrid, and that's Paradise. Since it's hard to visit the latter, let's begin with the former.
Ancient but modern. Oldie but goldie
Lisbon, Portugal
Lisbon is the oldest capital city un Wrstern Europe. But it blends that entiquity with a ragingly modern spirit. Maybe because bauty is never out of style.
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Culture and art
A stroll through Molenbeek, the capital’s most modern neighbourhood
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Culture and art
A stroll through Molenbeek, the capital’s most modern neighbourhood
Unmissable visits
Latroupe La Granja, Hostel in Bilbao
A boutique hostel that reflects the spirit of the city

Number 2 of the Plaza Circular in Bilbao is a special place. In 1926 the mythic Café La Granja opened on its ground floor. It was done in the art nouveau style, imitating the refined cafés of France. And it soon became the cultural epicentre of the city. Conscious of the cultural importance of the place, Latroupe decided to maintain the name and spirit of this literary café when it located its new hostel in the centre of Bilbao.

The walls, their decorative borders, and even the name and the mythic awning have been restored to bring back the spirit of the Café La Granja, making it international while giving it a new lease on life.

Its central location and importance give this hostel a unique local neighbourhood character that is very Basque. This is reflected in the building, built in 1891 by the local architect Severino Achúcarro. Inside there are intimate spaces closer to the warmth of a home than to the coldness of a hostel chain. The interior decor is a counterpoint of the old and the new, of the present and the past, of the classic and the industrial. The industrial Bilbao of the old shipyards blends with the more traditional architecture, its rhythmic facades and colourful wood carpentry.

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A stroll through Molenbeek, the capital’s most modern neighbourhood
The best way to get to know a city is to walk through its different neighbourhoods.
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A stroll through Molenbeek, the capital’s most modern neighbourhood
The best way to get to know a city is to walk through its different neighbourhoods.
A pagoda among the cathedrals
To appreciate Brussels you have to look heavenwards. The skyline of the Belgian capital is dotted with pinnacles.
History of a wave
The town of Mundaka has the best left-breaking wave in Europe, and one of the ten best in the world.
When in Rome: history of the marianito
There is a ritual that is repeated on Sundays at an imprecise hour between noon and lunch.
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Brussels: the underground capital
Brussels, Belgium
LISBON: BETWEEN FRANGO AND FADO
Lisbon, Portugal
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