MADRID — Juan Benito Druet has just learned that his life may be about to change.
By Alicia A. Herrera
The cultural treasures that are Madrid, Barcelona, Sevilla, and Bilbao are usually on a traveler’s itinerary when visiting Spain. Add Aviles and Santiago de Compostella for the religious, and Ibiza for the party animals. Continue reading “Zaragoza: A city of Romans and the Virgin Mary”
MADRID — “Making parents out of our patients,” reads an ad in Madrid’s metro for one of Spain’s many fertility clinics that have opened their doors to husbands and wives, same-sex couples and single women thanks to lenient laws.
PALMA DE MALLORCA, SPAIN — On the walls of the grand old houses of this Balearic port which attracts millions of foreigners every year, a new kind of graffiti has flourished: “Tourists go home.” Continue reading “‘Tourists go home’: Spain tourism surge brings backlash”
BARCELONA — A song about taking drugs in Ibiza has become a smash hit in Europe and the United States, annoying the Spanish holiday island, which is desperate to ditch its reputation for debauchery. Continue reading “Spanish island gets no high from hit song ‘I took a pill in Ibiza’”