Tango in Granada at Springtime fiesta - 7 nights
|Dates:||28/04/2012 to 05/05/2012|
575.00 GBPper person
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Los Angeles**** (Bed & Breakfast) (Included)
Food & meals
Andalusian cuisine: Granada offers many cosy, family-run restaurants offering traditional Andaluisan dishes. You will also find restaurants offering other types of cuisine: Italian, Chinese, Lebanese, Moroccan, Argentinian, Colombian and more.
Tapas/Raciones culture: Tapas bars are an intrinsic part of Andalusian culture. ‘Tapa’ translates as ‘lid’. The idea is that you keep you hunger in check by eating small plates of food. With each drink that you order, you order a ‘tapa’ that comes free with your drink. In most tapas bars you don’t sit down. Rather, you stand or sit on stools at the bar. In tapas bars and in many restaurants you can also order ‘raciones’. A ración is a plate of one type of dish (either meat or fish or salad etcetera). The idea is for a group of people to order a ‘ración’ each and for the group to then share the dishes between themselves. It’s a great way to be able to try different dishes! If you would prefer to eat a sit down three course meal, we suggest that you eat at a restaurant with a set menu.