Spain is a lively and lovely place to be. The country is famous for sports and in football it has top, famous football clubs with the largest global fanbase. The kingdom of Spain is located in the southwestern part of Europe as well as the largest country there. Its territory spans the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea.
On your trip to this beautiful country, many wonders await you. You’ll discover places like Valencia, the City of the Arts and Sciences, the awesome Balearic islands and much more. Also, if you are a great fan of sports then Spain is the right spot for you. Meanwhile, on your visit, you should think of catching fun by watching live club marches in the respective stadiums.
Madrid is the capital city of Spain. Meanwhile, Madrid is also the most populous city in Spain and the second-largest city in the European Union. Also, Madrid being the capital city, is the political, economic and cultural centre of Spain.
Why you should visit Madrid
One amazing fact about Madrid is that the headquarters of the UN’s World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) reside here. This fact, relatively communicates that tourism is outstanding in the city.
Museo Nacional del Prado. The world-renowned museum houses many medieval paintings and artworks. Here, you’ll find thousands of paintings and sculptures.
Palacio Real de Madrid and Gardens. The glamorous Spanish Palace is currently the official residence of the king of Spain. Also, main national events and officials are still held here. However, this can be differentiated from other palaces that have been turned into a museum in recent times.
A very notable city on the northeast coast of Spain. Barcelona is one of the largest metropolises on the Mediterranean Sea. Barcelona is a prestigious transport hub not only in Spain but in Europe.
Why you should visit Barcelona
Barcelona is the second-largest trade fair and exhibitions centre in Europe. These activities and tourism are one of the main economic support of the city.
Basílica de la Sagrada Família. The UNESCO World Heritage Site church building is one of Europe’s most unconventional churches.
Casa Milà (La Pedrera). You can tour around the grandiose building. It’s a cultural centre and has many boutiques.
La Rambla. Barcelona’s Social Hub with very active social activities like shops and outdoor cafes.
The Spanish city is located in the western-central part of the Iberian Peninsula, Spain. In ancient times, it came into existence under the rule of emperor Augustus in 25 BC. It was once a retreat point for the Veterans soldiers.
Mérida houses some of the best-preserved Roman blights and ravages in Spain.
Why you should visit Merida
Teatro Romano. The impressive archaeological site is a sight of awe in Mérida. It’s the Roman best-conserved theatre in Europe.
The National Museum of Roman Art. Whenever you desire to see the fabulous collection of ancient Roman art, you go here.
Temple of Diana. The ancient building is the most grotesque structure of the ancient Roman.
Casa del Mitreo. This villa was an exceptional Roman Villa owned by a notable noble family.
Circo Romano (Ancient Hippodrome). Once Used for chariot races and later for naval sports and games.
After Madrid and Barcelona, Valencia is the third-largest city in Spain. Valencia is also one of the most famous cities in Europe in terms of sports. Moreover, the city sits in the Gulf of Valencia on the Mediterranean Sea on the east coast of the Iberian Peninsula. Much of the city’s economy spurs from the tourism and construction industries.
Why you should visit Valencia
La Ciutat de les Arts I les Ciències de València. Wow!! What a strange, long name. The state of the art complex is one of the most remarkable cultural and exhibition hubs in Europe.
Las Fallas Festival. Valencia is known for its outstanding festivities. One of which is the Las Fellas festival.
Oceanogràfic de València. The artistic complex houses the largest aquarium in Europe. This is an outstanding contribution to the world of art and science.
The Canary Islands or the Canaries is an archipelago in the Atlantic Ocean. The Islands comprise a group of seven islands these are Gran Canaria, Lanzarote, Tenerife, Fuerteventura, La Gomera, La Palma and El Hierro.
This group of islands are remarkably beautiful islands with beautiful beaches. Within the Canaries are small islands, islets and rocks. One unique thing about the Canaries is that it’s considered a link between the four continents of Africa, North America, South America, and Europe.
Why you should visit the Canary Islands
The canaries are a pivotal destination for tourism. Yearly, the Canaries attract a whopping 12 million visitors.
Their beaches are those top-notch beaches in Spain.
The climate is subtropical.
Important natural attractions are Maspalomas in Gran Canaria, Teide National Park, and Mount Teide in Tenerife.
Serville is the fourth-largest city in Spain. Seville was founded as the Roman city of Hispalis. Due to its high population in the Spanish community, Andalusia produces the highest GDP in the territory. However, shining with cultural attractions, Seville is glamour in Southern Spain’s Andalusia region.
Why you should visit the Seville
Catedral de Sevilla. This is the world’s largest gothic cathedral located in Spain. The nave is a five aisle interior extension.
Parque de María Luisa and Plaza de España. The enormous 50,000-square-meter plaza is surrounded by a grotesque array of balconies of a Neo-Moorish building with Plaza de España at its centre.
Barrio de Santa Cruz. You should take a moment of your time to adore this beautiful neighbourhood in Spain. It’s the most adorable on Serville.
Museo de Bellas Artes. The world standard museum is the second to Prado in Madrid in terms of collections of best paintings.
Granada is one of the most popular football cities in Spain this is Granada FC. The city is also a province. Meanwhile, near the city is the Sierra Nevada Ski Station, where the FIS Alpine World Ski Championships 1996 were held. Like any other in Spain, Granada offer a host of social life events like parties, concert, festivals,
Why you should visit the Granada
Alhambra. The marvellous Islamic architecture stands at the back of the Sierra Nevada Mountains as a backdrop.
This was home to Moorish rulers of the Nasrid Dynasty for 250 glorious years, from the 13th to the 15th centuries.
Albaicín and Mirador of San Nicolas. This beautiful neighbourhood with epitomised complex was once an Arabian headquarters in the medieval age.
Capilla Real de Granada (Royal Chapel of Granada). This grandiose Royal cathedral was the Catholic Monarch’s grand expression.
Toledo is a city and municipality in Spain. Due to its cultural and monumental legacy, it was declared a UNESCO heritage site in 1986. Toledo was called the “Imperial City” because it was a resident of the court of Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor in Spain. In addition, some main economic support of Toledo is metalwork, soap and toothpaste industries, flour milling, glass, and ceramics.
Why you should visit Toledo
Las Murallas (Ramparts). The attractive site is a medieval site which has undergone a series of renovations from the hands of a different administration. You can just stroll along the Ramparts to check out the three entrance gates (Puerta Vieja de Bisagra; Puerta del Cambrón; Puerta del Sol).
Iglesia de Santo Tomé. A 12th-century church that was originally a mosque. several sides of the building reveal different combinations of shapes of its design.
Museo El Greco. A popular and significant site which contains – in three rooms on the first floor- Numerous works by El Greco, a famous master painter in Spain.
A Spanish island in the Mediterranean Sea. It’s factually the third-largest of the Balearic Islands, an autonomous community of Spain. Ibiza forms part of the Pine Islands, or “Pityuses”. Due to its scenic features, companies and artists often use the island for photographic and film shoots. Also, tourism and social life has being the main contributors to its economy.
Why you should visit Ibiza
It is a well-known nightlife and electronic dance music club hub, especially in the summer the bustling activities attract large numbers of tourists.
Ibiza Town Marina. Enjoy the picturesque port views as your sip your coffee. The port has hundreds of yachts showing in the Mediterranean Sea, with a host of restaurants, boutique shops, fashionable bars and a variety of hotels all to make your tour worthwhile.
The Old Town (Dalt Vila). It is an ancient sandstone fortress, erected as a defence against pirates and other intruders. You can enjoy strolling in the layout as you enjoy views of places like the Marina from the hill.
Punta Arabi Hippy Market. The extensive market has developed to be the very best in Ibiza. There are varieties of shops here showcasing hippy fashions. Customarily, every Wednesday throughout the summer, you can expect loads of fashion, fashionable jewellery, tasty cuisines, and live music to entertain the crowds.
To crown it all, a visit to Spain is thrilling and wonderful indeed. Though there are many things to do which include sightseeing, fun and entertainment among others, you will discover your visit to Sa Spain was worth it.