On November 15, the second edition of the Condé Nast Traveler Higher University Course in Tourism Marketing and Communication begins at the Complutense University of Madrid. A new opportunity to give a twist to your professional career and get your head into the world of travel, one of the activities with more future, by the best professionals in the sector.
Aerial view of Fort Montgomery © Roger and Doug Harwood / Courtesy of the Preservation League of NYS Located on the border between the United States and Canada, on the piece of land known as Fort Montgomery Island, but really called Point Island, which marks the place where Lake Champlain joins the Richelieu River, this fort looks for who acquires it for a decade.
Madrid, ALWAYS, Madrid © Alamy “We've been researching the city for years, creating alternative maps, getting lost in it. We understand that literature cannot be separated from reality and that "history" and that hateful word called "past" are a trap: nothing disappears completely. You have to resist the obsession to turn everything into that, into history.
The story goes that the production of Pastéis de Belém began almost by chance, when the Liberal Revolution caused all the convents to close, throwing the clergy of the Monasteiro de los Jerónimos. As a means of survival, some member of the religious order came up with the idea of selling this candy, first to the crew of the ships that entered Lisbon through Belém and later to the tourists.
Unfortunately, summer cinemas have disappeared, but there are still some where to cultivate the nostalgia of childhood or adolescence. The coolness of the night, the gloom, the laughter and the loud comments hide the tremors of the first kiss ... Nothing better than under the stars and in front of a film that will always be remembered.
This hotel, restored in 2003, is a secret art deco gem hidden in a quiet street in Old Havana. Its Jewish tradition means that the rooms have been baptized with Old Testament names. These, distributed on three floors, despite having few furniture, are elegant and their floors are covered with beautiful tiles.
If the weather is good, go to the viewpoint of Santa Lucia and look out over its tiled balcony. From there you can see the labyrinth of streets that form the Alfama neighborhood and whose skyline highlights some points of interest such as the dome of Santa Engracia, the church of San Esteban and the two towers of the church of San Miguel.
This is what the first "zero waste" store in the UK looks like © Earth.Food.Love. "The idea came to us after reading an article about Unverpacket in Berlin. They offered unpackaged food, and that is exactly what we, as consumers, needed. There was none, so we created it," Nicola tells us.
IF YOU HAVE MONEY BY PENALTY: BANHOFFSTRASSE Before entering this parallel universe in the form of a street, let's take an innocent look at its central station (which gives its name to this road). Inside, the youngest looking for cheap fast food prices. Let's go to one of them. According to the unofficial economic indicator Big Mac Index, the price of the most famous hamburger on the planet here is about 5.25 euros.
Antonio de la Torre in 'The night of 12 years' © Latido Films (Facebook) It doesn't matter if you are more humorous or drama, fiction or real events or if you devour documentaries as if there was no tomorrow. In 2018, Spanish cinema has fulfilled that “for all tastes” and now, just over two weeks before the Goya Awards gala is held, the nominated films disembark at the Sala Berlanga (Andrés Mellado street , 53) to be seen at the modest price of 3 euros.