If you don't want to miss any hot landmark when you're in Spain, make sure you read our list of cool things to visit!
After we enjoyed the best traditional Spanish dishes, it’s now time to take a trip around the country! There are lots of interesting things to do here, but we hardly decided upon some of them and here you have our list of things you can’t miss in Spain!
1. Visit Palacio Real. Palacio Real in Madrid is a place you definitely have to see if you visit Spain. It’s a very historical place, it’s in fact the official residence of the King of Spain. It was built between 1738 and 1755, so you can be sure the architecture is gorgeous.
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2. See the running of the bulls. If you love Spain, then you really need to be in Pamplona between July 6 and July 14, when the San Fermin festival is held. Called El Encierro, this activity consists in running in front of loose bulls on the town’s streets. Though it may sound a little bit dangerous, you can bet you’ll enjoy one of the greatest experience as a tourist!
3. Go to La Concha. La Concha is a marvelous place in San Sebastian and many say it’s one of the most excellent city beaches on the entire continent. There are lots of activities you can do here, no worries about getting bored: go surfing, sunbathe, swim, have dinner at one of the best restaurants there and remember not to miss the sunrise!
4. Go to Segovia. In Segovia you will find one of the most interesting monuments left by the Romans in this country. No wonder the Aqueduct here is on the list of things you can’t miss in Spain, since it was constructed probably in 50 AD and it was still usable in the 20th century! Moreover, it is built of 24.000 granite blocks and can carry water for 16 km.
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5. Party in Ibiza. The international capital of party, clubbing and fun, Ibiza is definitely the place to be if you want to have as much as fun as possible, party, dance, drink and do all sorts of crazy stuff! Belonging to the Balearic Islands, just off the coast of Spain, the island doubles its population in summer, when all night clubs, restaurants and beach bars fill with tourists.
6. Admire Sagrada Familia. A wonderful example of amazing architecture and definitely a landmark for Spanish tourism, this is one of the most popular places to admire. It’s a Roman Catholic church found in Barcelona and it was designed by Antoni Gaudi, who worked on this for 40 years. As to this day, the construction of the basilica is not finished.
7. Check out Alhambra. Alhambra is the perfect combination between a fortress, a palace and a garden. It’s placed on a great plateau and you get a wonderful view over Granada from thee. Built in the 14th century by sultans, there’s no wonder this architecture draws thousands of tourists each year here. Make sure you put on your list!
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