When you go on a holiday in Spain, you can expect to see flamenco dancers, white hillside villages, majestic cathedrals, and café-lined plazas. It is also a modern country that offers inventive cuisine, vibrant nightlife, and world-class art museums.
From the coast to the Pyrenees, Spain has various landscapes and cultures that are worth exploring. And anywhere you in the country, you can enjoy the Spanish lifestyle, which include, lingering over lunch, relaxing for a siesta, or partying until dawn.
Spain has diverse landscapes that can inspire anyone. The Picos de Europa and the Pyrenees are wonderful mountain ranges that provide hiking opportunities for adventurous people. You can also find the snow-capped Sierra Nevada rising up from the sunny plains of Andalucía. At the Atlantic northwest region, you’ll find beautiful cliffs that are offset by the inviting coves of the Mediterranean. No matter where you go in the country, you’ll find quaint villages in the valleys, coastal outcrops, and hilltops.
Every Day is a Fiesta
While Spain has a very colourful history, Spanish people don’t dwell on it. They live very much in the present, and it can be seen in how they celebrate fiestas across the country. They live their life as a fiesta, and everyone is invited to join in the fun. It is a common sight to see people dancing and partying out on the street after midnight. Spain allows you to dance and do your thing all throughout the night.
A Feast for the Taste Buds
The food in Spain is a treat for foodies from all across the world. Spanish people are obsessed about wine and food. While the Spanish cuisine might look simple, it is a smorgasbord of tastes made from traditional recipes that have been passed down from one generation to another. Spanish chefs are also innovative, and they often come up with new stuff from their kitchens. While in Spain, you can sample the traditional tapas in a sidewalk café or a meal made by top chef in a Michelin-starred establishment.
Art and Architecture
You can see Spain’s rich culture and history through the different Roman ruins, Islamic architecture, and cathedrals all over the land. The country also produced creative, nonconformist artists that include Antoni Gaudi, Pablo Picasso, and Salvador Dali. Among the monuments of the past, you’ll also see modern buildings that are distinctive and unique.
From the vibrant Madrid and Barcelona to the relaxing coastal towns, Spain has a lot to offer to its visitors. Your itinerary will depend on your budget and time to spend in the country. But no matter what you choose, your trip to Spain will surely be a memorable one.