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Five blogs in Spanish

Here are five blogs in Spanish. Reading is a great way to improve your syntax and learn new words. Check these blogs out and see if you can understand all the different posts.

Level: Advanced

1. El Comidista

Comidista

Link: http://elcomidista.elpais.com/
Genre: Food
About this blog: Entertaining, funny blog about food and pop culture featuring interesting articles on current trends in modern cuisine, recipes, and restaurant reviews.
Our score:
Design: 5/5
Contents: 5/5
Entertainment value: 5/5

2. Cultura Colectiva

Cultura.png

Link: http://culturacolectiva.com/
Genre: Arts, literature, lifestyle
About this blog/website: Mexican publication featuring articles on music, visual arts, literature, fashion, and film.
Our score:
Design: 5/5
Contents: 3/5
Entertainment value: 4/5

3. Gizmodo en español

Gizmodo.png

Link: http://es.gizmodo.com/
Genre: Technology
About this blog: Spanish version of the popular American tech blog Gizmodo.
Our score:
Design: 3/5
Contents: 4/5
Entertainment value: 4/5

4. El Blog de Paco Nadal

Paco Nadal.png

Link: http://blogs.elpais.com/paco-nadal/
Genre: Travel
About this blog: Fearless traveler Paco Nadal narrates his adventures around the world and shares useful pieces of advice and thoughtful personal reflections.
Our score:
Design: 4/5
Contents: 5/5
Entertainment value: 4/5

5. Trendencias

Trendencias.png

Link: http://www.trendencias.com/
Genre: Fashion
About this blog: Featuring both celebrity gossip and fashion trends, this blog also publishes interesting articles on shopping practices, personal care, and leisure activities.
Our score:
Design: 3/5
Contents: 4/5
Entertainment value: 4/5

Photo credits: All pics are screenshots from reviewed blogs/websites. Fair use.

1 comment on “Five blogs in Spanish

  1. Pingback: Reading in Spanish | Berges Institute Spanish Resources

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