Spain: Alfred & Amaia mesmerised with Portugal’s scenic beauty

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Following the filming of the SpanishEurovision postcard in the Azores, TVE,  the Spanish national broadcaster has released further details on Alfred & Amaia’s trip to the island of  São Miguel.

The 2018 Spanish Eurovision hopefuls are enchanted and mesmerised with Portugal’s scenic landscapes and beauty.

The Spanish duo Amaia and Alfred recorded their postcard in the island of São Miguel and had an amazing experience cooking the traditional Cozido das Furnas. The Spanish Eurovision 2018 representatives also toured some of the most emblematic places of the island, and were accompanied by a team of RTVE. 

Alfred was enchanted with the Azores:

It’s like we’re entering a whole new world. We have discovered many things about the culture of the Azores and we are enchanted with its picturesque landscapes and nature. It can be cloudy in one place and two kilometers away  it can be sunny. That’s amazing!

Amaia commented:

I really liked the Azores, it’s like being on another planet. I have not traveled much and I’m not used to seeing places like this. It’s fantastic!

The Spanish duo have become a sensation in Spain since they were selected to fly the Spanish flag at the forthcoming Eurovision Song Contest in Lisbon.

The Spanish Eurovision 2018 postcard was filmed in three different locations on the island of Sao Miguel; Lagoa de Furnas, Pico de Ferro and Terranostra Nature Park.

About Alfred & Amaia

Alfred & Amaia were crowned the winners of the 2018 Spanish national final and will fly to Lisbon with their love ballad  Tu Canción.

Both artists were the five finalists of the Operacion Triunfo 2017, Amaia was declared the winner of the music talent show.

Spain in Eurovision

Spain debuted at the Eurovision Song Contest in 1961 with Conchita Bautista and has won the competition twice in 1968 (Massiel) and 1969 (Salome). The country successfully hosted the 1969 Eurovision Song Contest in Madrid when four countries ended up winning the contest.

Spain has not missed a single contest since its debut in 1961 and has participated religiously in the competition every year.

Spain set to compete in the Grand Final of the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest on 12 May in Lisbon.