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Eating your way across Spain. It’s become the requisite rite of passage for every self-respecting member of the culinary cognoscenti. Über-chef Mario Batali did it with Gwyneth Paltrow, of all people, in Spain… on the road Again. Chef José Andrés, a native of Asturias, did it in Made In Spain. And then there’s Anthony Bourdain. The snarky presenter with the bracing wit was way ahead of the curve on this one. Bourdain worshipped at the Basque altar of pintxos and Juan Mari Arzak in San Sebastián way back in 2000 for his first television foray, A Cook’s Tour. In interv ... Read more »iew after interview, the Kitchen Confidential author boldly and, somewhat astonishingly, declared that food-wise, Spain was at the vanguard and that outside of Asia, was his favourite place to nosh. The adulation continued years later on the popular Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations, by which time, people had begun to take notice. Regular people. Spain wasn’t just about pulpo and jamón. Not anymore. Bourdain then practically, single-handedly introduced the man himself, Ferran Adrià, to the mainstream, most notably in the superb doc on the elBulli visionary, Decoding Ferran Adria. Today of course, Spain needs no lone champion. Foodies flock to the country with predictabe regularity and have come to discover, in due course, that the culinary scene was always pretty spot on, even, yes even, before the advent of the Michelin Red Guide. From humble markets and bodegas then to immaculate temples of haute-gastronomy, discover some of the top gustatory pilgrimages in España.

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Chess Hotel Atlantis Barcelona
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4.2
out of 51 Reviews
Carrer De Pelai 20 Barcelona ES-08001

For an exciting and fun-filled vacation, make the Chess Hotel Atlantis Barcelona your holiday home and enjoy pleasing ... More hotel details

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Best Western Trafalgar Hotel Madrid
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4.1
out of 53 Reviews
Trafalgar 35 Madrid ES-28010

Boasting tranquil ambience, the BEST WESTERN Trafalgar Hotel Madrid can be your ideal destination for business, relaxa... More hotel details

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Fira Palace Hotel Barcelona
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3.8
out of 52 Reviews
Avenida Rius Taulet 1-3 Barcelona ES-08004

Fira Palace Hotel Barcelona offers spacious accommodations and friendly service and is an ideal stop over for guests w... More hotel details

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