Dreamin’ Big About Post-Quarantine Travel! Spain
Spain’s cultural treasures, breathtaking landscapes, and its dynamic metropolis atmosphere spiced up with a Mediterranean flavor make Spain the perfect travel destination for my next leisure.
Spain is, for a reason, the main stop for many global travelers. However although I’m finding it a bit difficult to choose which cities and places to visit as each region has its own celebrated wonders and sites, I have to start from somewhere, I’ll focus on the main Spain attractive spots for travelers.
As the plane landing place is Madrid, my leisure will begin by exploring Madrid – Spain’s capital and largest city. Besides its center for international business and world class hotels, it is also a place of lovely Spanish guitar melodies, stunning architecture, flamenco dancer’s skirt, lovely sangria, and some of the most famous paintings.
I will definitely take some time to explore Madrid.
You just can’t travel to Spain without visiting Barcelona. Barcelona is the second largest city in Spain and the global cultural capital city. Urban architecture is enhanced by the well known Antoni Gaudi building La Sagrada Familia, many museums like Picasso Museum, and centuries old neighborhoods which date back to the Middle Ages, that is, the Roman Empire.
Anyhow, I hope I will have enough time to explore Barcelona’s amazing outdoor offerings.
There are no words to describe the beauty of San Sebastian. Such positive energy and atmosphere are like nowhere else. Gourmet restaurants, regional food, crystal clear water, stunning beach, all that in one place.
Resting on the La Concha beach after a heavenly taste light meal is something that people highly recommend – this beach is one of the most appealing in entire Europe. La Concha actually means shell shape in Spanish.
This most stunning island in Europe is high on my list of places to visit in Spain. Its nature is just something WOW! Extensive walks in trails, without crowds, with fauna and flora. It is a perfect place to let off steam.
I instantly crush on this southern Spain city. It is historic, sparkling, lively, and most important, a perfect place for a city break.
There are a couple of priceless historical monuments. One of them is the Cathedral of Seville. People I know told me there are several pretty nice activities for travelers like a Flamenco show, a walk through the Real Alcanzar gardens, or a romantic boat moment on the Plaza de Espana.
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The thing that just occurred to me is that there is actually a whole lot more besides. Famous Costas beaches, historical Roman ruins, plenty of sun rays, regional cuisine, best wines in the world, and many more.
After all, there is no chance to be in Spain and don’t know what to do or where to go. Spain has a lot to offer, and I would love to visit all the teeny tiny Spain treasures that make Spain the greatest world travel destination.
Did you know that Spain is one of the most visited countries in the world? Around 85 million people visit Spain each year!