Strolling along the cobblestone streets of certain cities and towns in the north of Spain, it’s likely that you’ll come across travelers with walking sticks, hiking boots, and stuffed packs strapped on their shoulders.
The Fallas de Valencia is a traditional fire festival and the most flamboyant celebration of Spain. Throughout the festival, there are citywide pyrotechnic displays starting at the beginning of March, although most of them occur from March 15 to 19.
The Spanish siesta is to take a short nap, after a copious midday meal, in order to get revitalized and have plenty of energy to finish the day. Studies show that the optimal length of a siesta should be around 20 to 30 minutes.
Have you ever heard the Spanish word aperitivo? You can see it is close to the English word aperitive, so you can imagine it is somewhat related, but do you know the cultural difference behind that similar word?