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A Week In Spain: What To Visit?

By admin / October 4, 2019

Spain is one of the most popular tourist destinations. The reason it attracts millions of tourists solely lies in its assets.

The next time you are looking for cheap holidays abroad, consider the following destinations in Spain for an unforgettable experience.

  • Barcelona

Barcelona is one of the places is Spain that attracts a large majority of tourists. From its attractive beaches to its favorable climate, Barcelona is a destination that has something for everyone.

One of the most spectacular sights in the city is the Basilica de la Sagrada Familia. Its 18 spindly towers are a beauty.

La Rambla is another favorite hangout spot for tourists. Depending on the time, onlookers may get a treat of live music as others shop. Music lovers could also visit Palau de la Música Catalana and not only listen to some good music, but marvel at the buildings intricate interior and exterior architecture.

Other places that are a must-see for tourists include Camp Nou, La Boqueria Market, Tibidabo, and Font Màgica among other spectacular places.

  • Madrid

Being the capital city of Spain, tourists who come in can do anything but laze around. The city has world-class museums and buildings with marvelous architecture. The best time to visit Madrid is during fall or spring. The summer sun can scotch a little too much.

With over 5,000 paintings, Prado museum is one of the best museums in Spain. It is mostly famous for its ancient masterpieces. Additionally, tourists should visit Plaza Mayor, Puerta del Sol: The Heart of the City, Centro de Arte de Reina Sofía which is a contemporary Art Museum and Temple of Debod: An Ancient Egyptian Temple.

If you need peace and tranquility, Buen Retiro Park is your best bet. It offers a lush getaway from the hustle and bustle of the city.

  • Grenada

I would say, Grenada is the perfect Island that gives you a taste of the Caribbean. St. George’s is one of its prettiest towns. Grenada is home to Underwater Sculpture Park, Fort Frederick, Fort George, Morne Rouge Bay, Grand Etang National Park & Forest Reserve.

For breathtaking views of where the Caribbean Sea meets the Atlantic, make sure to visit Levera National Park.

Additionally don’t leave this beautiful island without paying a deserved visit to Carriacou, also known as the ‘Land of Reefs’ for a taste of what the old Caribbean looked like.

  • Valencia

Being the third largest city in Spain, Valencia is a more laid back city with natural attractions. The number one tourist attraction in Valencia is City of Arts and Sciences. The museum of principle sciences fascinates because its design simulates a whale’s skeleton.

Some other must-see attractions of Valencia include Bioparc Zoo, National Ceramic Museum, Turia Gardens, and Valencia’s Central Market among others.

  • Seville

The atmosphere of Seville is what most tourists yearn for; its warm and sunny glow. From Parque de María Luisa to Plaza de Espana and Barrio Santa Cruz, Seville offers a unique and memorable trip for you and your family.

As you tour various places, remember to visit the iconic La Giralda, the only 12th century mosque left after a torn down that led to the construction of the Seville Cathedral.

 

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