Spain is a peninsular nation brimming that brings the best of the ancient and natural world. While you can stroll the beaches in Spain and visit the monuments from ages ago, you can also make the best of the moments spent while getting a hang of the best beaches. These places serve the prime attraction of the Spain tourism and make the place worthwhile.
- San Sebastian
The capital of the Gipuzkoa province is situated in the Basque country of northern Spain. Located off the coast of the Bay of Biscay this place is adorned with scenic beaches brimming with pristine clear water. San Sebastian is known for its culinary delights that it offers to the fellow travelers. The beautiful seaside city has wonderful tradition and cultures that welcomes everyone. Stroll the Old Town, it is here that you would find plenty of historic buildings reconstructed in the 19th century after the city was nearly destroyed during the Napoleonic Wars. These buildings date back to the renaissance time. Playa de la Concha remains the best beach in San Sebastian. Tourists go sunbathing and enjoy plenty of water activities here like swimming, kayaking, and water skiing.
Valencia is certainly the must-visit place that you need to see when you are in Valencia. Located towards the eastern coast of the country Valencia is an important place considered as a prominent tourist attraction. The Turia River makes the most important landmark of the city, and in a way, the city was set up after redirecting the river. It is here that you find the impressive landmark, a massive cultural and entertainment complex known also known for Arts and Science. Contained within this complex are several buildings such as a science museum, planetarium, and aquarium that are each artistic marvels in and of themselves. Valencia hosts the Fallas Festival every March where you can spot displays paper-mâché figures of all sizes and colors. By the end of the week, all the figures are ceremoniously burned, people party throughout the night.
There is no best time to visit Spain if Madrid is really on your mind. The capital city of Spain is also the largest city in the country. Madrid is popularly known for sizzling nightlife and stunning party spots. The city constitutes a diversity of ethnic groups, making it one of Europe’s most colorful cosmopolitan cities. Located within the city center are most of Madrid’s most popular tourist attractions such as the Royal Palace, the residence of Spain’s monarch. The heart of Madrid (and Spain) is Puerta del Sol, a large plaza serving as the scene of festivals, important gatherings and street performers as well as a hub for the public transportation network. Another important square is Plaza Mayor, known for the lively San Miguel Market.
Southern Spain is home to Sierra Nevada mountains and that is where Granada is located. The capital of the Granada province offers a perfect blend of traditional cultures, a throbbing nightlife and stunning attractions, which includes the world-famous Alhambra, a pinnacle of Moorish art that encapsulates Andalusian history.
Spain has plenty of attractions to explore too! It is here that you get to marvel the best of the European attraction. Plan a trip to Spain soon and complete your inner self with its magnificence.