If there is one destination in Europe that is not getting as much attention as it deserves, that would be Spain. Despite the fact that Spain is one of the best vacation spots and is well-visited by tourists every year, it can still be easily overshadowed by France or England, even though they are all equally beautiful countries. Aside from its natural beauty, any tourist will also be in awe with how graceful and warm-hearted the people of Spain are. It could be because of it’s culturally diverse roots, or simply because hospitality is deeply instilled in the Spanish customs. Whatever reason it may be, it is definitely one more reason to love Spain, among others. Here are more of them:
The Spanish cuisine will give your taste buds an explosion of flavors.
Of course, we had to start this list with food. Their cuisine is one of the finest in the world. If you are willing to shell out good money on tapas, gazpacho, and of course, paella, in you favorite Spanish restaurant back home, then you will be glad that you can get these luxurious treats even at the most inexpensive places in the country where these gastronomic delights hail. The best part? The authentic flavors! Of course, we can’t leave out the fact that giving your taste buds the time of their lives also includes enjoying some of the finest wines. Spain’s climate is perfect for growing some of the best grapes used making wine, which means you can have them in abundance while on your Spanish holiday.
The amazing beaches alone is enough to make it one of the best vacation spots.
If you are visiting Spain, especially if your visit is during the summer, make sure to not miss out on its pristine beaches. Spain’s coastline is made up of The Mediterranean Sea, The Cantabric Sea, and The Atlantic Ocean. Combine this with Spain’s wonderful weather, and you have with you the formula to a perfect summer luxury escape. You’ll never run out of things to do at the beaches there—you can spend an afternoon soaking up the beautiful sun, you can explore what lies underneath its clear blue waters, or if you’re up foe some fiesta, they never run out of that in Spanish beaches!
The Spanish architecture and other masterpieces will reawaken your taste for The Arts.
Spain used to be ruled under a monarchy, and this means that the country is adorned by majestic palaces. Some of the edifices that you must see during your trip are the Palacio del Oriente, the Sagrada Familia Church, and the Prado Museum. Not only that—it is also home to some of the most prized art pieces by renowned old masters like Pablo Picasso and El Greco.