Newsletter 2014
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This month in ... Enforex Spain News....

  • Christmas in Marbella

    Many people think about Christmas as something "northern" that reminds us of being "inside": cold, snowy peaks, tall green firs... But Christmas is also about the south and...

  • Nochevieja

    The winter holidays are a truly wonderful time to experience a new culture, as each town and country has its own set of time-honored traditions, holiday treats, music, etc...

  • Spanish Wine

    From the refreshing finos of Andalusia to the rich red wines of La Rioja, Spain serves up a wine culture delightful to the palates of both connoisseurs and amateurs alike...

  • Chocolate and Churros

    One of Spain's tastiest treats is without a doubt chocolate and churros, for which a mug of thick hot chocolate is accompanied by a pile of churros, a type of fried-dough snack...

  • Prado Museum

    A stay in Madrid is simply not complete without a visit to the Prado Museum, a sprawling art museum boasting an extensive collection of Spanish and European artwork...

  • Spanish Christmases before and after

    Us Spaniards may be friendly, welcoming and nice… but we are also quite nostalgic. One of our language’s earliest writers, Jorge Manrique, once said...

  • Christmas on Tuesday, fiestas everywhere

    This is a saying that makes less of a moral statement and contains more of an accurate description of reality. In this case it refers to the fact that if Christmas day falls on Tuesday...

  • Sopa rellena

    Balearic Island cuisine is a bit unknown, even among Spaniards. However, it hides some of our most original récipes, and one of them is “sopa rellena” (literally: stuffed soup)...

  • Día de los Reyes Magos

    There is a certain charm about breaking with the usual and doing the unexpected. Christmas might be a season traditionally spent at home, with your family, in the peace and quiet of your home...

  • Christmas lottery

    What's the most anticipated event for Spanish people at Christmas? Is it the arrival of Father Christmas? The showing on TV of "¡Qué bello es vivir!"? No, it's the Christmas lottery...

  • Word of the month... Algarabía (Jubilation)

    In many Christmas festivities, especially New Year, you might hear this word. We say "might" because for many people it's a word that sounds tacky, even though it actually isn't...


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