This article was written on November 29, 2021 and contains accurate information. However, we strongly recommend that you check the latest travel requirements before booking a trip as covid regulations are constantly being updated. Can I enter Spain? Currently, Spain is open to travellers. However, please note that some travelRead More →

PMQ: Johnson slams opposition to Falklands backlash It comes after London and Buenos Aires clashed again over territory last week on the anniversary of the bloody war between the two nations. Argentina’s Foreign Office has dismissed so-called “belligerent threats” and “disparaging references to Argentina” made by British Defense Secretary BenRead More →

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The coronavirus continues to sweep through Spain, but all measures to combat the spread are still pending. A meeting held Wednesday between Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez and the country’s regional prime ministers aimed to “assess” new restrictions to stem this sixth wave of pandemic in the country. But few solidRead More →

Paradores are a chain of luxury hotels in Spain and other Spanish-speaking countries. What makes them special is that they are located in historic buildings – either ancient monasteries, fortresses or castles, or in modern buildings with exceptional views of historic cities and eye-catching landscapes. King Alfonso XIII created theRead More →

Nobu Hospitality, the global lifestyle brand founded by Nobu Matsuhisa, Robert De Niro and Meir Teper, announces its fourth Spanish hotel and restaurant – Nobu Hotel and Restaurant San Sebastian. As the capital of Gipuzkoa, it is a city with the most Michelin stars per square meter than anywhere elseRead More →

Spain’s government on Friday adopted measures to attract so-called digital nomads – remote tech workers who can do their jobs from anywhere with good internet connection. A growing number of countries are looking to attract digital nomads with easy visa requirements and tax breaks as they can help boost theRead More →

Date of publication: 06/12/2021 In 2019, 356,000 people worldwide died from heat waves The plummeting temperatures make it easy to forget about the sweltering summer, but with extreme heat waves becoming more frequent in Spain, local councils in municipalities such as Seville and Barcelona are creating ‘climate shelters’ that offerRead More →

The poster child of the Spanish biotech scene ensured its release. After twice breaking the Spanish biotechnology funding record in recent years, Sanifit has now accepted a € 205 million ($ 231 million) takeover offer from Vifor Pharma. Sanifit helped put Spain’s fledgling biotech scene on the map in 2015Read More →

After much speculation, Spain finally unplugged the American F-35 stealth warplane. With this, the European nation reaffirmed its financial commitments and budgetary priorities for the Future Combat Air System (FCAS). China’s Sixth Generation Aircraft – PLA Air Force Promotional Video Offers Sneak Peek at New Air Dominance Fighter? Spain hasRead More →

The pandemic may have put a stick in the wheels of international travel, but its negative impact on climate change is back on the agenda in Madrid and Brussels. Reducing aviation emissions is one of the EU’s main long-term goals, with CO2 emissions from international flights increasing by 129% overRead More →