Spain: About Fiestas, Feasts & Flamenco!



Whether it’s the amazing landscape, with the Pyrenees, Picos De Europa and the snow-capped Sierra Nevada, or a culinary feast of tapas, the grand, windswept Roman ruins or the unfailing love for ‘fiestas’, Spain is an amazingly beautiful country with a love for life that’s extremely unique! So take a look at all the exciting things you can see and do in awe-inspiring Spain.

  • Explore Madrid – The capital city is famous for its museums, tapas, and great nightlife. This is a city that doesn’t start until midnight. Make sure you see the Prado, one of the largest museums in the world, and the Royal Palace. You’ll also want to spend some time strolling through the main square, Plaza Mayor.


  • Fun In Barcelona– An enchanting seaside city, Barcelona is filled with boundless culture, fabled architecture and a world-class drinking and dining scene. You’ll also find a lot of history here, and a visit to the history museum is definitely a must-do.


  • Lounge on the beaches of Malaga – Come hang out on the beach and enjoy the laid-back life for which Spain is famous. The sun coast in southern Spain is famous for its beautiful beaches, great nightlife (and tons of tourists) and amazing food!


  • Explore the islands – Whether you go to Ibiza to party or to the Canaries to relax, Spain has some of the most beautiful islands in all of Europe. Because of that, during the months of July and August, they are full and expensive so try to avoid peak season. If you love beaches, surfing, hiking, or cycling then be sure to hit up the islands (especially Gran Canaria). You won’t be disappointed!


  • Hike in the Sierra Nevada – This mountain area is a great place for summer hiking and exploring small towns. This area is one of the prettiest and most rugged in Spain and one of the better areas for outdoor activities. There are plenty of trails ranging in length and difficulty, as well as the possibility for guided tours.


  • Hike the Pyrenees – The majestic mountain chain that walls off France is laced with medieval villages, high mountain walking trails, and great skiing. It’s also the traditional start of The Camino.


  • Visit the Great Cathedral and Mosque – The Mezquita de Cordoba is by far the most exquisite example of the Muslim fabric in Spain. Its giant arches, jasper columns, marble floors, richly gilded prayer niches, and the awe-inspiring domed shrine of Byzantine mosaics take you back to when Córdoba was under Muslim influence.


  • Explore Toledo – Fun, sun and plenty of culture, Toledo is the heart and soul of Spain. Known as the city of three cultures, Toledo has a dazzling array of churches, convents, palaces, fortresses, synagogues, and mosques. Wander the atmospheric narrow lanes, relax in quiet courtyards, and visit artisan shops tucked away in little alleys, as you admire the traditional crafts, including damascene metalwork, antique-inspired swords, and handmade marzipan.

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