Explore Spain

Hola(Hello in Spain)

I visited:-

Barcelona

 

Valencia

 

Seville

 

Malaga

 

Madrid

 

Major International Airports :- Barcelona and Madrid

Things to Do (Mostly Recommended):-  

1.)Explore old architecture in Seville and Madrid. Witness the Colombus’s journey and discovering America starting port in Barcelona.

2.)Beaches and water activities in Malaga

3.)Authentic Spanish cuisine – Paella & Tapas in a Spanish restaurant/cafe with their local music and Flamenco and Tap dance

4.)Street and Night life of Barcelona(La Rambla Street)

5.)Modern life of Madrid with palaces, museums, gardens and shopping.

6.) Souvenier shopping at La Rambla street of Barcelona

7.) Football lovers can head to biggest clubs of football like Real Madrid and FC Barcelona

8.) Handmade Pottery from Seville.

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Commuting in Spain :-

Hop On & Hop Off Buses in Cities.

Intercity Trains to one city to another Renfe. International tourists can take Spain pass and can travel all around.

  • It is a pass only available for citizens resident in countries outside Spain. It is strictly personal, non transferable, and is only valid upon presentation of a passport or a residence certificate. Proof of citizenship can be established with a passport/identity card. Proof of residence can be established with government issued residency documents.
  • Customers can choosePasses of 4, 6, 8 or 10 journeys, to be used within 1 month. Two modalities: Preferential or Tourist.
  • It is valid for all AVE Long Distance and Medium Distance trains (excluding couchettes). You choose the number of journeys you wish to make.
  • This pass is active for 6 months as from the date of issue and is valid for 1 month as from the date on which it is first validated for a journey.
  • A cancellation fee applies 24 hours after your purchase. No refund after the first journey.
  • To travel you must reserve a seat.
  • You must always carry on your Renfe Spain Pass and reservation. It can always be printed as needed.

 

Currency of Spain – Euro

Spain has all types of beauty like Architecture,  Antique style of buildings,  Exotic Beaches, Natural Scenery,  Sporting Activities, Beautiful Roads, Cultural Tap Dances and Music,Authentic Food.

Staying in Spain-  There are many Spainish villas converted into hotel. So if you want to feel Spain and be like them then prefer those villas. They are kept into natural and traditional condition but with all facilities.

 

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Holidays in SPAIN

 

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81 Comments

  1. Spain has been my fantasy and I wanna cover it very soon, rather it is in first 5 destinations I wanna cover in next 2 years. Loved Malaga specially with amazing photos.

  2. We love spain, my inlaws have a couple of properties over there so we have spent a lot of time there over the years. We tend to visit Benalmadena or Mercia, gorgeous places to visit!

  3. Barcelona & Madrid are on my bucket list and these pics made me so motivated to go to Barcelona in October this year. I really liked the post so I am pinning it. 🙂

  4. I went to Sitges a few years ago and went on a day trip to Barcelona. It was so full of art and architecture that I could hardly bare to drag myself away after the day exploring. I also intend to visit Seville.

  5. You have taken some wonderful images of Spain especially the Flamenco dancers in Spain. You’ve been to so much of Spain, Valencia is a city I really want to visit. I would love to watch a Champions League game at either Barcelona or Madrid, maybe even Sevilla!

  6. Wow….you really did get around to see so much of Spain. Such lovely photos and great, practical information you included for those wanting to go visit this lovely country. You certainly have me wanting to go and experience it all as well!

  7. I’m planning to go to Spain soon (fingers crossed). I will save this post for that time, it has so much important information and all the details. Thanks for sharing! 🙂

  8. I’m in love with Barcelona’s Mediterranean climate. It is really an astounding place. It’s packed full of creative people, we tried to discover every nook and cranny of the winding old streets and experience the festivals or the day-trips during our last visit.

  9. Between Barcelona and Madrid you have some amazing and lovely pictures of being there. I love all of the sights that are there. And also would love that nice climate to go with it I am sure. It’s definitely on my bucket list.

  10. Spain is an amazing country! I have visited Madrid and Valencia and loved them. The weather, culture and people are awesome. Barcelona, Malaga and Seville are on my bucket list. Your photos captured each city wonderfully! Continue exploring! 🙂

  11. My heart is in Spain, so thank you for this lovely reminder! You should also visit the north in Asturias, and the Basque country. From your list, Madrid, Barcelona and Sevilla are my favourites.

  12. Spain has been on my bucket list for a long time and I hope to visit it soon. This post had me feeling wanderlust about it! I love that each region of Spain has something unique to offer. While I’ve always wanted to visit Madrid and Barcelona, I have also been interested with Girona and Seville!

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