The Palacio del Condestable Iranzo has been the scene of a very special concert by the Tunisian artist Monia Abdelali, which combines a fusion of musical genres in a commitment to cultural and gastronomic diversity. This is one of the activities framed to walk towards a twinning between Tunisia and Jaén with the aim of promoting a meeting between cultures and all this around the Mediterranean gastronomy and extra virgin olive oil as a common thread. This concert has continued with a gastronomic sample that has counted with representative dishes from both territories. A meeting that has aroused great interest as it has been attended by the Ambassador of Tunisia in Spain; Fatma Omrari, the Mayor of Jaén; Julio Millán, the Executive Director of the International Olive Council, artists, chefs and members of the different sectors of the society of Jaén. So this concert has been another reason for celebration in addition to the activities framed on the occasion of the presentation in 2023 of Jaén’s candidacy for UNESCO Creative City for its gastronomy with its #tradicionolivarera. Jaén has decided to present itself in one of the seven strategic plans that the Unesco Creative Cities Network has as it is its gastronomy. The other six are cinema, literature, music, popular art, design and digital art. In the gastronomic field, the city is at its best, as there are already two Michelin-starred restaurants in the city: Bagá, by chef Pedro Sánchez, and Damajuana, by Juan Aceituno. Also in this guide there are several recommendations of other restaurants in Jaén such as Casa Antonio, Mangas Verdes and Yuma’s. Jaén has an olive-growing tradition that also contemplates the development of actions in three lines, the city’s gastronomy, health, R&D and sustainability. On the other hand, Jaén also has a Protected Geographical Indication PGI of EVOO recognized in Spain by Brussels.