Five Traditional Foods You Must Try in Spain

The list of reasons to visit Spain is pretty long, but its exquisite traditional cuisine definitely places somewhere in the top five. Here are our favorite Spanish dishes you shouldn’t miss for the world if you ever find yourself in the country.


Going to Spain without trying their signature appetizers is like you’ve never went at all. Tapas, or appetizer or snack, may be served cold or hot, they are often very strongly flavored, and if you’re lucky you might get one free with you drink!


If you end up visiting Valencian region, tasting this traditional rice dish is a must. Options are pretty much endless, and you won’t have a hard time finding one that suits your taste.


Traditional Spanish omelet is made out of eggs, potatoes and onions, and it’s probably the most common dish in this country.

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Gazpacho soup is now popular all over the globe, but it actually originates from the southern region of Andalusia. A classic it is a cold soup made of raw, blended vegetables.

Gambas al ajillo

If you’re a fan of seafood, prawns with garlic are one of the most popular appetizers you could possibly order in Spain.