Spain is famous for its majestic cathedrals, fervent flamenco dance, tapas bars, unruffled coastlines, and a plethora of museums. All these places seem like a bait of tourist traps as you would find yourself in a perplexed state, when you try to select the one to visit first. With plenty of options for the visitors, Spain has everything to grab your interest. Whether you are a surfer, or an art lover, or a religious person, or a party animal, Spain has something for everyone.
Things to do in Spain
Whoop it up at Ibiza
The moment I hear Spain, I recall the song, "We're going to Ibiza" by Vengaboys. Surrounded by the Mediterranean Sea on one end and Atlantic Ocean on the other, Spain offers a collection of some of the finest beaches. Ibiza is an island located in the Mediterranean Sea. With its emerald green waters, beautiful people, and frenzied party scenes, the island allures people for a break from the daily routine.
Try various types of tapas at the bars. You may get a tapas with every drink you order. Bandrellias, tortilla, and patatas bravas are some of the varieties of tapas. Tetuán, Carabanchel, Móstoles, La Latina, Alcalá de Henares, and Fuenlabrada are the best venues to munch tapas.
Shop at El Rastro
The flea market of El Rastro is a big hit among the tourists. The shops in the market sell various artifacts. You can hit the best deal if you know the art of bargaining. You must also know that the goods sold here are really of a good quality.
Visit the Famous Tourist Attractions in Spain
There are several Tourist Attractions in Spain, Plan a visit to Gothic La Sagrada Familia, avant-garde Park Güell, imposing fortress of Alhambra, newfangled building of Casa Mila, the square of Plaza de Cibeles, Aqueduct in Segovia, and the famous Puerta de Europa.
Book a Ski Package with Sierra Nevada Ski Resort
Europe's best ski destination beckons you. If you are in Spain, do not miss a visit to the Sierra Nevada mountain range and indulge in skiing. If you do not know how to ski, the resorts at the mountain provides other recreational facilities.
Have Some Festival Fun!
Spain is famous for two of its festivals, named as, La Tomatina and the Encierro, running of the bulls. The Tomatina festival is held every year on the last Wednesday of August. All the people play by throwing squeezed tomatoes at each other. They smear each other's body with tomatoes. Let your body get nourishment from tomatoes. You won't require going to a salon to get a massage; at least on that day! The Encierro is held from July 7 to 14. If you dare to run with the bulls, you may try it out.
There are a lot of things to do in Spain. I have just picked the best ones for you.
PT20150801Published On: Wednesday, May 14th, 2014