The most cherished tradition for Spanish and Hispanic children at Christmas is the arrival of Los Reyes Magos (The Three Kings). Santa Claus also exists and gives presents, however Los Reyes Magos are the star if the show, arriving on the morning of the 6th of January every year with gifts for the children of […]Read More Los Reyes Magos
Many people would agree that one of the best things about living in inland Málaga is the quality of the coffee available. And although the region isn’t famous for steaming hot cafés con leche, it just isn’t a Spanish bar without one of those old school coffee machines and milk-frothers. In Málaga each coffee earns […]Read More How do you like your coffee in the morning?
Wondering which are the hottest ferias around this summer? Well, here are our five ‘not to be missed’ festivals and ferias this summer 2015.Read More Feria Calendar 2015
Tired of sitting in classrooms and memorising irregular verbs? Or do you simply want to improve your Spanish and are not sure where to begin? Here are five ways you can improve your Spanish today (and without a single lesson).Read More 5 ways to improve your Spanish (without a single lesson)
Town Halls in Spain can be a headache at times. Grapevine Lifestyle is here to help, and hopefully save you an aspirin or two…Read More Town Hall Information