Since there are about a hundred or more places to see in Spain, it would take more than a few days to see all that Spain has to offer. As such, here is a short list of some of the more interesting places to see in Spain.
Barcelona – Beautiful Barcelona is the capital city of Catalonia. It is known for its beaches and Mediterranean food.
Madrid – This is Spain’s capital city and the entertainment capital of Europe. There are also a multitude of museum to explore in Madrid.
Seville – If you have ever heard of Don Juan, the great Spanish lover of women, then you will be able to appreciate the capital city of Andalusia which inspired many literary works of art and literature. Here you can enjoy Isla Magica which is an adventure park for the whole family.
Bilbao – This is where you will find the famed Guggenheim Museum which has on display an extensive 20th century collection of sculptures and paintings.
Cordoba – This Andalusia town is famous for its Festival of Patios where artists like photographers and painters find inspiration because of the colorful sites and streets.
Gran Canaria Canary Islands – This is the ultimate beach lovers’ paradise. Here you will find so many beaches with clear blue water and pearly white sand. Since it is dotted with beaches, the most common form of entertainment are water sports. There are also regular cultural events every year and a hopping night life.
Granada – nestled at the bottom of the Sierra Nevada Mountains, this place has been recognized as a UNESCO heritage site.Tenerife Canary Islands – Spain also has its share of majestic mountains, and here in Tenerife, you will see the highest mountain peak in the whole country. Here you have it all – jungle, beach, and mountains.
Valencia – Home to the famous paella, Valencia also is popular for the Valencia oranges which are shipped all over the world. Here in Valencia, nature’s bounty can be seen with the many vegetables and fruits sold in the market.
Majorca – This is one of the most popular of all the islands in Spain because of its stalagmite caves, mountains, and overall splendor. They even have an antique tourist train that will bring you around some of the tourist spots in Majorca.
These are just some of the interesting places you can visit on your next trip to Spain. As you can see, you can choose from an exhilarating mountain trip to a bustling city and then to the warm cool breezes of the Spanish coastline.