Love it or hate it, the spectacle of bullfighting is ingrained in Spanish culture. Successful matadors are bigger celebrities than rock stars, and many of the arenas are architectural gems.
Explore Spain’s east coast and southern region, including Madrid, Barcelona, Valencia, Granada, Cordoba and Seville.
Take a look at the world's coolest architecture, from ancient Greece to modern-day Dubai.
Just 8 miles apart, Spain and Morocco may be coastal neighbors, but they're worlds apart -- now's your chance to explore them both before entering for a chance to win The Trip: 2014.
See the “world’s biggest food fight” up close without the requisite goggles, tomato-stained clothes and trip to Spain.
Every year from July 6-14, all eyes are on the city of Pamplona, Spain, which comes alive with the Festival of San Fermin -- made famous by the annual running of the bulls.
Take a photo tour of the luxurious ports, impeccable beaches and Moorish ruins that dot the southern coast of Spain.
Sangria, running of the bulls, Picasso, churros and Penelope Cruz are a few reason why we love the Spanish. We pay homage to Spain in this fun slideshow.
These photos will have you begging for tapas! Sit back, pour yourself a glass of sangria and get ready for a mouthwatering look at some of Spain's most delicious cuisine.
Check out photos of Seville's Plaza del Triunfo, Maestranza arena, Mudéjar Pavilion and more.