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Things to do in Spain

Travel to Spain

Travel to Spain and you travel to a land like no other. It is filled with unique and vibrant cities, historic beach towns that echo a bygone era, islands and resorts that will restore order and balance to the weariest of souls. Eat the tapas, drink the sangria. Travel to Spain and step in to a country where all the colors get a little bit brighter.

 

Barcelona

Barcelona is the second largest city and capital of Catalonia in Spain. It is popular among tourists because of its UNESCO World Heritage sites, beach culture, skiing, and entertainment shows. To witness the Catalan architecture dating back to 1800s, one must visit the Barri Gòtic. Read more about Barcelona…

 

Seville

Seville, also called Sevilla, is located along the Guadalquivir River in Spain and is a romantic city with interesting festivals, bright-colored garments, and delicious local delicacies. Because of its location, climate, and local traditions, Seville has long been regarded as a fantastic holiday destination. Read more about Sevilla…

Palma de Mallorca

Palma de Mallorca is the largest city on the Island of Mallorca. It is the chief and capital city of the Balearic Islands, which lie off the East coast of Spain. Since the 19th century, the city has brought in people from all over the world, causing a growth in the economy of the island. With its old architecture, it remains today a perfect holiday spot for people. Read more about Mallorca…

 

Tenerife

Tenerife is the pride of the Canary Islands because it is the largest and most visited island in the archipelago. Tenerife is an ideal holiday destination because it has a world-class waterpark, stunning beaches, and vibrant nightlife activities. Read more about Tenerife…

 

Valencia

Valencia is famous for being the place that the rice dish called paella has originated, so don’t miss trying out this traditional Spanish food made of rice, green vegetables and seafood or meat, along with special seasonings. Read more about Valencia…

 

Alicante

Alicante is both a city and an historic Mediterranean port in Spain that lies on the Costa Blanca, which is the capital of the province of Alicante. It is home to more than 330,000 people, making it the second biggest city in the area. Read more about Alicante…

 

Bilbao

Bilbao, Spain is a place of cultural wonder, hosting two of the country’s finest art galleries, (including the stunning Guggenheim designed by Frank Gehry) and six museums, as well as numerous venues for the performing arts. It is also the Capital of Cod due to the delicious meals at local restaurants using this type of fish. Read more about Bilbao…

Fuerteventura

This city is located on a volcanic island off the coast of Africa, in the Canary Islands, and is politically a part of Spain. Fuerteventura is famous for excellent wind surfing, kite surfing, and simply having fun relaxing on the beautiful coastal beaches. Read more about Fuerteventura…

 

Girona

Girona is an ancient little town located in Catalonia, Spain. While a lot of tourists prefer its more popular neighbor, Barcelona, there are still a number of visitors who choose to explore Girona because it has a more peaceful atmosphere and less crowded tourist attractions. Read more about Girona…

 

Gran Canaria

Grand Canaria is the largest of the Canary Islands, a collection of islands that are part of Spain. It is often called a continent in miniature due to its variety of climates, scenery, and the abundance of things to do. Read more about Gran Canaria…

 

Granada

Granada, the historic moorish city of intrigue and religion, is the capital of the province of Granada, which is in Andalusia, Spain. It sits at the bottom of the Sierra Nevada mountain range where four rivers meet: Beiro, Darro, Genil and Monachil. Read more about Granada…

 

Ibiza

Both daytime and nightime, there are always things to do in Ibiza. This great city has numerous places for travelers to chill and meet others who have the same interests. Ibiza really comes alive at night when revelers like to show off their fancy dance moves until the sun rises again. Read more about Ibiza here…

 

Madrid

Madrid is the the capital of Spain, and Europe’s third largest city after Paris and London. Located in center of Spain and surrounded by impressive mountains and dry land, Madrid has rich history from its significant role as the center of the Spanish Empire. The city overflows with palaces, cathedrals, and other remnants of awe-inspiring ages. Read more about Madrid here…

 

Malaga

Malaga, which means “salt,” is the capital of the Province of Malaga in Andalusia, Spain. It’s the birthplace of famous artist Pablo Picasso and a popular tourist destination. Read more about Malaga here…

 

Menorca

Holiday travelers shouldn’t miss the beauty of Menorca, Spain with its white sandy beaches, scenic trails, historic fascinations like the prehistoric megalithic stone monuments, and a whole lot more to delight visitors. Read more about Menorca here…

 

Santiago de Compostela

Santiago de Compostela is an ancient city in Spain that has been a pilgrimage site for hundreds of years. The alleged burial site of Saint James, one of Christ’s twelve apostles, is believed to be located in this city. St. James’ tomb and burial site is one of the reasons why Santiago de Compostela continues to attract both religious and non-religious visitors. Read more about Santiago de Compostela here…