Art

13/11/2017

A walk through Portuguese Romanesque art

Nearly sixty monuments, including castles, monasteries and bridges, make up the Portuguese Romanesque route. The north of the neighboring country is populated by medieval vestiges that coexist, in many cases, with traces from later times, forming one of the most recognizable heritage emblems of Portugal. The peculiarity of this architectural style lies in its ornamentation, […]

11/11/2015

The Guggenheim Museum: an emblem that turned Bilbao into cultural capital

If there is anything Bilbao can boast of it is having been selected along with other major cities such as New York, Venice and Abu Dhabi as one of the headquarters of The Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation, a leading arts institution founded in 1937 by an American collector of art with the aim of promoting […]

07/09/2015

8 unavoidable visits if you travel to Euskadi

Within the Green Spain, the Basque Country is in an intermediate position between the natural landscape and excellent cuisine that characterizes the communities in the north of Spain and the international influences in some of its towns, as in the case of Bayonne, on the edge of the French border. This connection with two worlds, […]

01/09/2015

Cantabria, birthplace of peninsular prehistoric heritage

If anything characterizes the Green Spain –Galicia, Asturias, Cantabria and the Basque Country– that is the strong presence of cultural events of great historical importance in its various territories. The north of Spain treasures some of the most important art shows across the country, and Cantabria, with its famous cave of Altamira is one of […]