Spain means passion, hospitality and originality. Spain likes to share its history and culture with an open smile to all their visitors. Spain is one of the most diverse countries in Europe, from beautiful landscapes to charming towns, from fascinating sights to amazing historic heritage cities. Spanish people have a zest for life that can be seen in the varied and exciting activities, day and night, in all the major cities. You will find art, culture, shopping, leisure, entertainment, hospitality this all within Spain.
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Its diversity, visibly embodied by the linguistic and cultural differences between its many regions, essentially due to their dissimilar evolution throughout history is undoubtedly One of Spain’s predominant features. The Spanish islands boast a vibrant atmosphere which is particularly dear to younger generations and are crowded all year round. Volcanic formation reaching high altitudes in combination with sandy beaches and heavily populated plateaus make up splendid views.
Islands comprise protected natural areas such as nature reserves, nature parks and even World Heritage sites. Their geographical features provide auspicious conditions for practicing a wide range of sports, such as hiking, mountain biking, canyoning and rock climbing, as well as a multitude of water sports, such as sailing, windsurfing, kite surfing and paragliding. Diving is also an endeared activity in many locations, along with sea life observation.
The top tourist attractions in Spain:
Situated on a plateau overlooking the city of Granada in southern Spain Part fortress is part palace and part garden, the Alhambra. Nasrid sultans constructed the palace in the 14th century. It is now one of Spain’s major tourist attractions and many visitors come to Granada just to see it.
Mezquita of Cordoba
A fascinating building famous for the forest of pillars and arches inside the main hall is the Mezquita of Cordoba. Originally a Roman temple, then a Visigothic church, and finally Umayyad Moors built the Mezquita. a cathedral was built into the center of the large Moorish building after the Spanish Reconquista.
El Escorial was the political center of the Spanish empire nestled in the foothills of the Sierra de Guadarrama under King Philip II. Juan Bautista de Toledo was appointed as the architect by Philip in 1559 and together they designed El Escorial as a monument to Spain’s role as a center of the Christian world and today it functions as a monastery, royal palace, museum, and school.
one of Spain’s most visited tourist attractions and a large Roman Catholic church is the Sagrada Familia in Barcelona,. It was designed by a Catalan architect Antoni Gaudí, who worked on this project for almost 40 years until his death in 1926. The construction of the basilica has yet not finished from the time it began in 1882.
Off the coast of Spain of the Balearic Islands in the Mediterranean Sea lies Ibiza. The island has gained its reputation as one of the most popular party destinations in all of Europe and during summers, tourists flock to Ibiza to enjoy the night clubs, beach bars and restaurants, as the result of which the island’s population nearly doubles.
a marvelous example of a medieval city, built on the steep sides of a mountains situated between Madrid and Valencia, is the city of Cuenca. Cuenca has become one of the most striking towns in Spain, a gem in the province of Castilla La Mancha thanks to the many “hanging houses” built right up to the cliff edge.
Running of the Bulls
Famous for its San Fermín festival held each year from July 6th – 14th is a city in Navarra Pamplona. El Encierro, The Running of the Bulls, is an activity that involves running in front of a dozen bulls that have been let loose, on a course of the town’s streets is said to be at the heart of the festival.
The Palacio Real (Royal Palace) of Madrid is the official residence of the King of Spain although it is only used for state ceremonies. The Royal Palace was built during the time 1738 to 1755 and King Carlos III took up residence in the palace in 1764.