Make the experience of dining in Spain unforgettable of your trip. The pace of life in Spain is dictated by cultural traditions. Spanish tend to have a really small breakfast, usually it’s just coffee with small toast or a pastry. The main culinary event of the day is a three-course lunch followed by a siesta to recharge. After lunch Spanish people tend to relax, it’s a sleepy and relaxing time. It’s usually between 2 pm and 4 pm, then many Spanish shops and businesses slow or even close down. Small bites called tapas you can eat at any time, especially between lunch and dinner time. It’s really nice to order different types of tapas and share it with friends, you’ll taste a huge variety of meals.