5 Fantastic restaurants you have to try in Seville

We escape to Seville every chance we get. Not only for the great shopping, gorgeous scenery, fun bars and inspiring attractions…it’s also home to some of our favorite restaurants in Spain! Seville’s culinary scene offers everything from traditional tapas to creative dishes and flavors you’ve never experienced before! In this post I’ll cover some of the city’s most popular restaurants—the ones our local friends said we had…

Attending Carnaval in Sanlúcar de Barrameda

One of my favorite things about Sanlúcar de Barrameda is that we get the best of both worlds; in Cádiz you have carnaval, in Seville you have feria…but in Sanlúcar you have both! What exactly is carnaval (carnival in English)? Think of Mardi Gras and Halloween combined to create a hybrid super fiesta! It’s a hot mess of costumes,…

What to wear to a Spanish wedding: Fall/Winter

Avoid looking like a total guiri (foreigner) at the next Spanish wedding you attend. Stay on top of the latest trends and you’ll fit right in at the ceremony and reception. 😉 Remember, spring officially starts on March 20th so you can continue to reference winter looks until the new spring collections are showcased (check out my post on…

Pasarela Flamenca Jerez: Fashion show highlights and runway trends

I’m not sure who was more surprised…the flamenco fashion bloggers and press representatives who realized a guiri (i.e. foreigner) was in the press section of the biggest flamenco event of Jerez, or me, for being that guiri. 😉  I was thrilled to have the opportunity to attend several fashion shows at the Pasarela Flamenco Jerez this weekend—the gorgeous models with…

Everything you need to know about attending Pasarela Flamenca Jerez

This weekend I had the opportunity to attend Pasarela Flamenca Jerez, the city’s largest flamenco fashion event of the year. People from all over Spain were in attendance, including prominent flamenco fashion bloggers, musicians and Spanish celebrities. The Pasarela Flamenco Jerez is the perfect way to stay on top of this year’s hottest trends and ensure you look…

8 days in Budapest, Vienna, Bratislava & Prague

Eight days, four countries….yes I’m crazy! Javi irbnbnd I planned a whirlwind trip through Eastern Europe for our group of six; we passed through Budapest, Vienna, Bratislava and Prague and tried to visit as many attractions as humanly possible. In retrospect I think 2 nights in Vienna and 1 night in Bratislava are enough. I wish we could have spent a bit…