Published on Metro.co.uk on 14th March 2017:
When it comes to holidays in Spain, Barcelona and Madrid are among some of the most popular destinations.
But if you’re looking for an alternative city break, offering just as much culture, good food and charm, it’s time to pack your bags and head to Seville.
You’ve probably associated Seville with the famous marmalade oranges, but it’s also the home of Flamenco, the famous Triana tiles and Game of Thrones filming locations.
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Published on Yahoo Lifestyle UK & Ireland on 22nd July 2014:
The national dish of Spain is often considered to be the paella, but did you know it comes from Valencia?
Or more precisely, the area around the Albufera Natural Park to the south of the city, where rice is grown using water from the lake.
Traditionally, the paella would be made in a flat pan with rice, spices and any other ingredients local to the region; this could include chicken, rabbit, fish and even rats! Thankfully, rats have long since disappeared from this popular dish.
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