An Introduction to Spain Vacation:
Colourful fiestas, electrifying nightlife, relaxed lifestyle, friendly people, mouth-watering cuisines and what not – Spain is a diverse country with a plenty of things to see and do for everyone. Whether it is the “Running of the Bulls” at Pamplona, the blooming capital Madrid or aesthetic grandeur of Islamic architecture of major Andalusian cities, such as Cordoba, Seville and Grandad, Spain has something for everyone.
Things to Do in Spain:
Spain has some incredible attractions under its belt. To mention a few popular attractions of Spain are Mezquita of Cordoba, Alhambra, Sagrada Familia, Ibiza, Aqueduct of Segovia, Running of the Bulls and Palacio Real. Fourteen National Parks make sure there are vast opportunities for outdoor pursuits including bike riding, walking and hiking.
Spain is a paradise for avid golfers. Renowned courses are clustered around metropolitan cities and along spectacular coasts. One cannot resist himself from the pristine sandy beaches dotted with magnificent coastlines on both the Mediterranean and Atlantic.
Festivals & Events:
Spain boasts a wealth of festivals and events throughout the year. You will not only be enchanted by its traditional fiestas, but also come across some bizarre ones. La Tomatina in Bunol sees a huge flow of visitors from different parts of the world who want to take part in this ultimate tomato fight event.
Food & Drink:
Variations can easily be visible when you roam from town to town. Tapas is a must try Spanish dish when you are in the country. Wine lovers will also find numerous winery regions scattered throughout the countryside.
How to Reach Spain?
Madrid Airport, Valencia Airport, Barcelona Airport, Ibiza Airport, Alicante Airport and Malaga Airport are to name some of the busiest airports in Spain. Owing to fantastic railway network, the country is well-connected to other European countries.
Best Time to Visit Spain:
The diverse country has different terrains that vary from each other. Regions like southern and eastern coasts and the central Spain climbs up with summer highs when temperatures go up to 35 degrees C. The summer months are June through August. If you love the cooler months and want to be in the snowfall areas, consider Sierra Nevada, Picos de Europa and the Pyrenees.