There’s also a chance to learn more about different Spanish regions by sampling their cuisine, such as jamon from Aragon, suckling pig from Segovia and gazpacho from Andalucia, and visitors can also take a virtual tour through Segovia.
For sports fans, the Hall of Spain will display Spanish sporting memorabilia and give visitors the chance to take part in World Cup and F1-themed challenges, as well as basketball, golf, tennis and Scalextric games. There will also be golf installations demonstrating Madrid‘s bid for the Ryder Cup.
Musicians performing on the main stage include guitarist Paco Fernandez, La Gente del Sol, Foc i Fum, DJs Hanna and Antoine, indie artist Anni B Sweet and brass band Charanga La Chicuelina. There will also be traditional flamenco displays and a dance lesson for visitors.
For more information on the festival, which takes place 12pm–7pm on June 6, visit www.atasteofspain.co.uk
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