Spain is one of the European countries that must be included in any tourist bucket list. If you have already visited this country, perhaps you will understand why so many people develop a passion for these”hot” travel spots. Spain ranks second in the world in terms of annual revenue from tourism.
From Romans and Moors ancient monuments, medieval castles, settlements dominated by white color from Andalusia to the vibrant city of Barcelona and Madrid, there is a fantastic mix of cultural attractions in Spain. The landscape varies everywhere. Although most of tourist attractions are crowded in summer, you will certainly find a lot of isolated locations, if you know where to search.
Perhaps no other European country is so vivid and beautiful as Spain. Everything here denotes passion, nothing happens quietly, without overturning the earth. Iberians have blood like wine, love music, dancing and women. Beyond the historical Spain, whose story would require thousands of pages, there is a contemporary state, in which monarchy has retained an important role, though very discreet. Spain is a tourist paradise, offering many civilizations at one price, which requires weeks, if not months, to be discovered as it should.
Considered by many the most beautiful city not only in Spain but throughout Europe, Barcelona was the center of a Mediterranean empire at a time when Madrid was a poor Moorish outpost in the middle of the Iberian Peninsula. The beautiful and cosmopolitan Catalan capital is considered today the second city of the country, competing with Madrid in terms of both cultural, and social issues. Almost a week is required for discovering Barcelona, because this city has it all, from history and harmony to sports and business districts. But, above all, Barcelona is a charming travel destination.
So, if you want to see and feel by yourself fabulous flamenco, history, music, painting, literature, film, sports, bullfighting, huge number of monuments – treasure of art and culture of humanity- travel to Spain and you will certainly not be dissapointed.