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19:32

Local

The galleon Andalucía open for visitors in La Línea this weekend

BEN CLARKE

The ship is a replica of a Spanish galleon which for over three centuries traversed the Caribbean, the Atlantic and the Pacific, uniting continents and cultures and transporting fantastic merchandise from all corners of the globe. This 55-metre ... and seas around the world, including the Atlantic, Pacific, Indian Ocean, Chinese Sea, the Caribbean and the Mediterranean. It recently returned to Spain from the United States and Canada, where it had visited the entire east coast, the Great Lakes

20:17

Local

Malaga gears up for presentation of world's biggest cruise ship

Pilar Martínez

Malaga is preparing to welcome the latest sea giant, the cruise ship Symphony of the Seas. The latest addition to Royal Caribbean's fleet, with a capacity of over 6,700 passengers, will be in the city on Tuesday for its international presentation.

16:29

Travel

Winter breaks, the insider guide

Andrew Forbes

...in the Caribbean? For an authentic travel experience, it has to be Cuba. Kempinski's new hotel captures the romance of Old Havana. Its fabulous roof terrace is not to be missed. CYPRUS: Cyprus is one of the warmest islands in the Mediterranean

23:34

Local

A sea giant, unveiled in Malaga

Pilar Martínez

Caribbean cruise line, around 350 journalists from all over the world, travel agents and tour operators. The inauguration day began early when the ship anchored in Malaga at 6am, having travelled from the Saint Nazaire shipyards in France. There was a ... were particularly surprised by the Easter processions and the unique ambience of Malaga at this time of year. The focus of all attention Malaga became the focus of attention for everybody in the cruising world when Royal Caribbean chose the port ... will be returning in October. Royal Caribbean’s general director for the Eurozone, and associate vice-president of the company, Belén Wangüemert, said the firm is working with the Malaga authorities on new projects for the city. “We always work

16:47

Travel

Ten of the best winter escapes

Andrew Forbes

The Caribbean remains the perennial choice for a winter escape; and if you fancy spicing things up a little then take advantage of the low-cost flights, from Spanish hubs like Madrid, to Cuba, the island home of salsa. Here visitors can stay with a

13:31

Opinion

Follow the money

Peter Edgerton

...until after they've ground out a soul-sapping goalless draw against the mighty Tunisia next week before placing a bet, because the odds will surely be quickly revised to such an extent that a tenner wager would allow you to buy a small Caribbean island

19:34

Travel

Miami vibe

Andrew Forbes

Afro-Caribbean culture and flavours. Wynwood, once known as El Barrio, was settled by Puerto Rican immigrants. It has evolved into a centre for art with both established and pop-up galleries; and is renowned for its Wynwood Walls street art park. The ... across the Caribbean and South America, including Cuba, the Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico, Colombia, Venezuela, Argentina and central American countries. For me, this makes Miami special. It is a captivating mix of the American continents. There is ... the striking all-American architecture, from Art Deco to glistening skyscrapers; the Caribbean-style beaches lined with swaying palms; and the day-to-day life of the city that conveys an undeniable Latin vibe. Music from the Americas is everywhere for

12:37

LifeStyle

The long and complex history of sangría

ANA VEGA PÉREZ DE ARLUCEA

...lemon and red wine”. This meaning stood for decades in Mexico and other Spanish-American countries, probably due to the Caribbean influence, but strangely in Spain, there is no previous mention to 1800, except for “sangrías de vino tinto” served at the