1. Tortilla Española – A classic dish available in every tapas bar

Tortilla de Patatas
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2. Paella – Comes in a variety of versions, from fish to rabbit

Paella
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3. Lomo Iberico – Unlike anything you can find back home

Lomo Iberico
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4. Jamon Iberico de Bellota – Cured ham of the highest quality, a must for any meat lover

Jamon Iberico de Bellota
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5. Gambas al Ajillo – If you like prawns, you’re going to love this

Gambas al Ajillo
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6. Queso Manchego – A light cheese that goes hand in hand with a glass of tinto

Queso Manchego
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7. Pulpo a la Gallega – A signature dish in Galicia and a must try

Pulpo a la Gallega
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8. Pimientos de Padron – They look innocent but can be oh so spicy

Pimientos de Padron
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9. Calamares Fritos – Deep-fried squid rings

Calamares Fritos
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10. Patatas Bravas – A bestseller in Catalonia

Patatas Bravas
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11. Pan con Tomate – Another classic from Catalnia, bread with tomato sauce and olive oil

Pan con Tomate
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12. Arroz Negro – If you like Paella you need to try this one too

Arroz Negro
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13. Churros con chocolate – Possibly the best early morning breakfast you will ever have

Churros con Chocolate
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14. Fuet sausage – This is Spain’s answer to Italian salami

Fuet
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15. Gazpacho – A perfect starter to cool down on a hot summer day

Gazpacho
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