Spain, a vibrant, diverse country, is rich in national and natural treasures. From lively, cosmopolitan cities to stunning countryside, towering gothic cathedrals to ancient Roman ruins, epic landscapes to spectacular coastlines, flamenco dancers to matadors – and let’s not forget its unique, delightful cuisine- Spain offers boundless possibilities for travelers. Join us for some highlights…
Barcelona is a number one destination for travelers. With its impressive architecture – attributed in large part to the famous architect Antoni Gaudi, renowned museums, excellent restaurants, vibrant nightlife, and picturesque alleys, Barcelona is, arguably, among the most colorful cities in Europe. A short drive from bustling Barcelona is the Costa Brava -a coastal region known for its breathtaking nature and relaxed atmosphere.
Madrid, the capital of Spain and its largest city, is known as the center of fashion, arts, and culture.
While Madrid possesses modern infrastructure, it has preserved the look and feel of its many historic neighborhoods and streets. A fascinating day trip from Madrid is Toledo, an ancient walled city set on a hill above the Castailla-La Mancha with a remarkable history and an extensive monumental and cultural heritage.
Andalucia, bordering Spain’s southern coast, is a large region of breathtaking hills, rivers, and farmland.
The historic cities of Seville, Cordoba, and Granada are located in Andalucia and, to this day, contain famous landmarks and legacies remaining from having served as home to Muslims, Christians, and Jews over the ages. You will also see vestiges of Moorish architecture such as the Alcazar Castle and the Alhambra Palace. If you’re looking for surf and sand nearby, visit the Costa del Sol – a long stretch of coastline, offering golden beaches and top hotels.
And Mallorca (Majorca)… the crown jewel of Spain's Balearic Islands in the Mediterranean! Mallorca is a lovely island which combines history – 13 th century architectural remains – with luxurious beach resorts, sheltered coves, limestone mountains, dynamic nightlife, art galleries, and wineries.
While late spring and early autumn are the ideal time to visit Spain due to the lighter crowds and pleasant temperatures, the country enjoys a relatively mild Mediterranean climate year round. And, because of the diverse opportunities, many travelers choose to visit Spain in every season.
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