Albert Adrià prepares for the imminent opening of Enigma, his latest (and apparently last) addition to the cluster of innovative restaurants in Barcelona’s Paral.lel.
The queer and cultural offerings of Madrid, Barcelona, and Sitges start with a good meal — and don’t end until dawn.
About 100 years ago, Sitges was a humble fishing village. Today the Catalan seaside destination is one of the most gay-friendly towns in Spain, and two of its museums have just been refurbished.
So much to do, you may need to call in sick to work. (Seriously, don't call in sick to work.)
We combed through Instagram for images of one of the biggest bear events in Europe.