Spain as a travel address will beholden anyone intending to fly in. A welcoming scenario proffers quickly as the prospect of having a feel for Spain’s beauty and bounty satisfies a travel buff. Culture-wise, it holds so many nuances that make it one very distinct in the world. Did you know that despite it being predominantly Catholic, it is one of the states that allow gay marriages as early as 2005? Spanish as a language posts with other European languages but astonishingly doesn’t trace any origin from other spoken languages in the region. Yet, it is the oldest language in Europe.
Interestingly, there are distinct highlights of Spain that will attract one to its scenic appeal. Consider the following
How would you like to have lunch at 2 pm and all stores are close up to 5 Pm.? Most locals won’t begin work until 9 a.m. or even 10 a.m. Shopping is from 10-Am to 1:30 pm followed by a three-hour siesta where workers can go home and relax. Then business resumes again at 5:30 to 8 pm. expect the city street resembling a ghost town as the locals retreat for a three-hour siesta. Interestingly, most of Spain’s locals do not stay in the cities where most livelihood and businesses occur. They maintain houses in the outskirts where they stay on weekends. Take note of holidays like Christmas when the central cities are deserted because most people retire to their retreat houses to observe the holidays. Specifically, anyone will enjoy seeing coastal houses particularly in towns like Barcelona, Palma, Ibiza or Malaga. The houses stand majestically along a coastal backdrop.
Follow The Sun
If you are one from the Americas and the other cold parts of Asia or Europe, Spain will surely swoon you for a travel. Engage in a-300- day a year sunny weather while you troop its beach and coastal destinations. Because the Bay of Biscay, Baleric and Mediterranean Sea surround Spain, it effects a stunning 5000 coastlines (577 of which were awarded a Blue Flag status by the Telegraph in Spain). It is likewise a luxury for one’s visit. Sitges, in particular, is a short drive from Barcelona. Costa Dorada engages those who fancy the pebble and sandy beach sands. A former fishing village turned a modern-day tourist catch, the Sierra Almijara Mountain Range is next on your bucket list. Water is shallow that makes it very reasonable to most visitors.
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Search For The Homegrown Artists
The abundance of galleries and museums make Spain a great artist destination. Works of Francisco de Goya, Pablo Picasso, its home-grown writers like “Don Quijote” – Miguel de Cervantes “La Vida es sueño” – Calderón de la Barca Romancero Gitano” – Federico García Lorca are all over the art museums in Spain. The Guggenheim, Picasso Museum, Reina Sofia, Salvador Dalí museum based in Figueres, Catalonia are fabulous to visit. Complete your Catalonia holiday by more of Spain’s surrealist art giant, Salvador Dali by dropping at the Teatro Museo in the same place. Feast your eyes with the extrinsic architectural design of the unfinished Sagrada Familia by Barcelona’s architect Antoni Gaudias. Montcada Street still houses some 3,000 works mastered by Antonia Picasso. The museums add to the scenic ambiance of Spain as they present an epoch in architecture,
Satisfy The Pavlovian Cravings
Aside from well-known restaurants, that offer authentic Spanish dishes, there are famous festivals that the Spanish enjoy celebrating. Here anyone visiting will be treated to the most flavourful and artistically prepared dishes in the region. Most of which are tourists gatherers The Spanish Desayuno (breakfast) is before 8 a.m., or even 8.30, and the process is often a leisurely one. Social life takes most of the night time in the cities like Madrid, Valencia, Bilbao, Barcelona, and Granada, and the islands of Ibiza, Benidorm, and Costa del Sol. The fun normally lasts up to the wee hours of the morning. Consider the La Tomatina Festival where participants outdo each other with tomato throwing. Here around 40,000 revelers gather in Bunol, Valencia. It winds up with red tomatoes dying the whole streets of the city red. Or come and savor the aroma of a Spanish culinary ingredient the Saffron (coccus flower) along the windmills dotting village of La Mancha. The place blooms this prized seasoning one day in October. It culls frenzy among tourists and locals who come to harvest. The Manchego Festival results with promises of dance, parades, local food cooked with the main ingredient. You can as well join High Alpujarras escorted walking tours that feature paella cooking demos and tasting sessions for artisan bred sierra ham, cheese, wine and olive oil. You will likewise enjoy the rustic smell of olive and orange groves as you pass farmhouses in Mairena and Las Chimeneas. Feast on the scenery. Enjoy your tapas provided afterward.
Spain holds a bundle of gems and culture for visitors to experience.