European Wine Cities 2015: a route from Jerez de la Frontera to Reguengos de Monsaraz

Are you a wine lover? Then maybe you know that Jerez de la Frontera is the European Wine City 2015, which made the city bloom with (even more) wine-related events and festivals. Its successor city is Reguengos de Monsaraz, a Portuguese town which, coincidentally, is just 300 km away from Jerez, in the region of Alentejo. You can guess what we are thinking, right? Why not take advantage of it and make a route by car? You can travel from one location to another through Huelva and visit both places that were chosen European Wine City of the Year.

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The Old Continent with a spoon: the best soups in Europe

If Mafalda did not like soups is probably because her mother in Argentina never cooked for her one of the most famous in the world. She would have loved it had she tried Madrid-style stew soup, Vietnamese pho, Chinese won ton, Japanese matsuri, Mexican tortilla soup, or American clam chowder or gumbo. She could have had them cold, hot, warm or gratinéed, they are all different but they have one thing in common: you eat them with a spoon! Want to know which ones are the most traditional and tasty? These are the best soups in Europe. Mouth-watering alert!

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