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Don’t miss the fifth edition of the best Gastronomic Event!

Today we speak with Azzam, coordinator of the association Raíces, who work on the integration of immigrants into the community. Azzam is originally from Palestine and after many years living in other EU countries, he came and settled in Ronda in 2001. He began working with Raíces eight years ago and is talking to us today about the organisation and...

Time for an interview with Time for T!

Today we talk to the British Indie band Time for T about how they first met, the best and worst bits about being a band and their new song Ronda! The band, comprised of six members from all over Europe were formed in a cosy Brighton pub in 2012. Since their formation they have released four albums: Dream Bug, Mongrel, Time...

Linguistic Tourism | A different way to travel

by @_chloeaam Linguistic tourism is a unique way to travel, that goes beyond the homogeneity of mass tourism and encourages people to immerse themselves in the true way of life of the particular country. In some places, they're using linguistic tourism to nurture interest in endangered languages, and in others they purely want to generate enthusiasm about a different type of...

Where to eat? | Going out for Tapas?

The importance of this social event has its clearest example in the south of Spain. If we ask one of the food lovers who live in these latitudes: "hey, where would be a good place to eat?" Surely the answer is the address of some tapas bar in the area. Before entering into matter and to justify the name of these...

Wine of Ronda

Tourism is evolving more and more each day towards new forms and methods. Travellers know what they want with respect to their likes and interests and because of this the possibility of certain experiences is now determining chosen travel destinations. We have adventure tourism, nature tourism, cultural tourism, language tourism and of course, wine tourism inspired by the wine of...

Cultural Tourism

Tourism changes in accordance with the rhythm of the traveller. Nowadays travel has a different meaning, as the world itself is different now to how it was before. Material interests have been replaced by a quest for new and exciting experiences, which allows us to enjoy new destinations from a much more realistic point of view. What tourists look for...

Ronda Tour

There is one thing that all tourists have in common: none of them want to admit to being one. When we travel and explore a new place we want to know immediately where to go, where to eat, and where to find the hidden gems which only the locals know about.  There is a very fine line between the concepts...

Tiago Saga: The Polyglot Musician

Here at Entrelenguas, we´re all looking forward to October 8th. Not only will it be the project´s second birthday, but we will be holding a concert to celebrate, headlining the British singer-songwriter Tiago Saga. Ahead of this exciting event, "Bye Bye Verano", I had a chat with Tiago about his music, his past and, of course, his languages! I ask him...

Spanish: a long distance

James Taylor moved to Spain about a year ago and during this time has climbed through the different levels of Spanish to become fluent. His only secret is his passion for the Spanish language and culture. We would like to share his learning experience with you all, as it will be for sure be inspiring for current and potential students. 1. What...

Community Spanish Immersion in Andalusia

If you are at college and would like to spend your summer in Andalusia, immersed in its friendly community, this program in this Spanish School in Malaga is for you! ACADEMIC PROGRAM This academic program will consist of 45 total hours of Spanish language instruction in the classroom, 3 hours per day, 5 days per week. It is designed for students with...