When looking for a place in Spain that is very diverse, we must remember that the green hills of the north of the country resemble Ireland, and the landscapes of the south are reminiscent of Morocco and North Africa. However, each city has a lot to offer. Spain has a long and very rich history. Under their banners, colonies were conquered abroad and today Spanish is the third most spoken language on Earth, native to around 400 million people on seven continents. This history and power of the country is visible in the architecture and museums of Madrid, Toledo, Seville, Salamanca and Barcelona, also known for the works of the architect and visionary – Gaudí. Pilgrims go to Santiago de Compostela and lovers of rest on the beach of the Mediterranean Sea, for example, on the Costa del Sol, the Spanish Balearic Islands or the Canary Islands.
Spain is a country that consists of up to 17 regions, and each of them has something special that can attract tourists. As an ancient country from an even older continent, this country has many facilities that are worth seeing.
Of course, the most interesting tourist city in Spain is Barcelona, known not only for its monuments and its specific multiculturalism, but also for football and its excellent teams. The most important is the Sagrada Familia cathedral, but you should also look at Boulevard Ramblais and the narrow streets of the old city. Another important place is Seville, known for its bullfights, flamenco, and unusual lace details of the La Giralda tower. In Seville it is necessary to look at Corrida and know the emotions associated with this show. Not everyone leaves this performance happy, but certainly no one will leave the stadium without a dose of emotion. After the exciting fights of the bullfighters, the calm and the vast areas of the fabulous Alhambra and Granada, the places known for their feature films, great epics and dream stories await tourists. Against the backdrop of the Sierra Nevada mountains, there are picturesque villages and ancient palaces with red roofs, bathed in greenery.
Another tourist route in Andalusia invites you to Córdoba, which is dominated by the Mezquita mosque, one of the oldest in the world. Inside there are up to 856 columns. Next to Córdoba is sunny Ibiza, a beautiful island famous for its green hills and beautiful beaches, and especially for its extremely colorful nightlife, full of clubs and intriguing characters from around the world. After the fairy tale Ibiza, Madrid will initially make a sad impression, but after getting to know and dedicating a moment of attention it can turn heads, with the beauty of the royal palace and the rich museums. The next stop is Pamplona with a great bull race in the streets of the city. It would be credible not to visit this show, although it is not benign. Fiesta de San Fermín generally means blood and accidents, but for years it has attracted Spaniards and thousands of tourists. After the race, you can relax by visiting the open-air city museum or Toledo. A walk through the narrow streets and admiring the works of the old masters makes you reflect.
Fans of warm golden beaches should go to Costa Blanca, Costa de La Luz and Costa del Sol. The beaches are saturated with luxury and snobbery. Everyone who visits there will have the opportunity to face the big world. For lovers of freedom, quieter beaches are recommended near Cádiz and Almería in the south, as well as around the coasts of La Manga, Galicia, Asturias, Cantabria and Euskadia. In Spain, you can also participate in active recreation, starting with water attractions such as sailing, especially in the Mediterranean, sport fishing, diving and windsurfing. The ski resorts from Picos de Europa to Sierra Nevada in Andalusia have well-prepared routes with lifts and the entire base. The brave can paraglide or climb mountains.