Spain is a mosaic, the history of which traverses the centuries and reverberates with a dynamism that is at the forefront internationally today.
More than 500 million people in the world speak the language of Cervantes, the second most important language after English. Spanish is the official language of 21 countries and it is estimated that in about fifty years from now it will be the native tongue of 50% of the United States’ population. Despite its widespread diffusion, the Spanish culture, like that of each Spanish-speaking country, enjoys a strong identity that is attractive and full of riches. Each region of Spain and of Latin America is distinguished by its traditions, its heritage and its music, but they all possess this same fire that attracts us with its authentic passion for life. Velázquez, Goya, Picasso, Miró, Dalí, Barcelo… whose works have left their mark on the history of art, take on another dimension once we discover the historical and cultural context of their creations, just like Lorca, Vargas, Llosa, Garcia Marquez, Sabato or Borges, who have no equal once they have been read in their original versions. The Spanish-speaking world is full of creators, similar to the exquisite fruits that grow in the most fertile lands.
The Spanish culture has made an important contribution to architecture, art and universal literature, and engendered the enormous and heterogeneous Latin American culture in a marriage of love and reason that is without precedent, the strongest link of which remains the language... and a certain idea of going out and having a good time that seems to be the most natural result of any encounter.