About Spain
About Spain
About Spain

From frenetic festivities and sizzling cuisine to world-class museums and modern art galleries, there’s a reason for it.
Spain remains one of the most popular destinations in the world. Like the country’s famous tapas, Spain itself is a an enticing smorgasbord of bustling cities, scenic countryside and sunny islands for visitors to nibble on repeat trips or consume in a giant feast. Either way, it’s an appetizing nation.

Calella de Palafrugell
Calella de Palafrugell

 

The Most Popular Regions of  Spain

Despite its myriad attractions, many come to Spain for sun, sand and self-pampering, and flock to the like. Costa del Sol and Costa Brava wander around the beaches by day and clubs by night.

Early pioneer of the pack Spain’s leading resorts have long been mass market oriented, from the Balearic Islands to the Canary Islands. Islands – but not all sprawling hotel complexes; quaint fishing villages, bijou retreats and secluded beaches It abounds if you want to stray from the tourist trail.

Park Güell
Park Güell

Spain is much more than a vacation in the sun. Away from the beach there’s an extraordinary variety of
things to do; from climbing snow-capped peaks in the Pyrénées to hiking the ancient pilgrimage route of St James’s
Way; from diving in the protected Medes Islands to stargazing in Tenerife. Alternatively, stop by one of the country’s many festivals (think Bulls Run, La Tomatina, and others)

The Most Popular Cities of Spain

There are also cities; Madrid, Barcelona, ​​Bilbao, Seville, Valencia, the list goes on. Each of these vibrant metropolises has its own flavor; Dali architecture and Barcelona’s breathtaking beaches seem far away from Madrid’s wide boulevards and towering skyscrapers (although the Catalans wish it were further).

But for all their inequalities, these cities are bordered by Spain’s extraordinary history and enviable cultural achievements. It is proudly displayed in the country’s museums, galleries and UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Suffice to say, its popularity shows no signs of waning.

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