Thirteen people have been killed and dozens injured after a van hit crowds in the Las Ramblas area of Barcelona on Thursday evening. Spanish later killed five suspected terrorists in the town of Cambrils to stop what they say was another planned vehicle attack.
The theme of Expo Milano 2015 is ‘Feeding the planet, Energy for life’, and reflects on some of the biggest challenges faced by Man – hunger, malnutrition, food health and safety and sustainable agriculture – within the framework of the UN Millenium Development Goals for 2015. Spain is very committed to the theme of this universal exhibition and the central ideas developed in the Spanish Pavilion are related to the five central themes of Expo Milano 2015. Here Breaking Travel News takes a tour of the pavilion.
A train derailment in north-western Spain has claimed the lives of at least 77 passengers, with more than 100 more injured. Some 218 passengers were onboard the Madrid to Ferrol train when it came off the tracks near the city of Santiago de Compostela.
Spain’s attempts to give bull-fighting ‘special cultural status’ is a disastrous move for the Spanish economy, Spanish tourist industry and animal welfare, say Care for the Wild.
A British woman among those reported missing after a tornado ripped through a fairground in eastern Spain, knocking down a big wheel and injuring 35 people.
At least nine people have died and hundreds have been evacuated from their homes in southern Spain after heavy rains triggered flash floods, according to reports.
Up to 30 of Spain’s 47 state-run airports could face partial closure in a bid to cut costs after it emerged that they handling fewer than 100,000 passengers per year,
The 2012 official World Tourism Day celebrations will be held in Maspalomas, Gran Canaria, Spain, on September 27th, 2012. Under the theme ‘Tourism and Sustainable Energy: Powering Sustainable Development’, WTD 2012 highlights the need to bring the tourism sector and energy stakeholders closer together to spur tourism’s contribution to sustainability.