Spain - The Land of museums

Located in southwestern Europe, Spain is a country that covers an area of ​​over 50,000 square kilometers making it the second largest country in Europe after France. Spain shares its borders with France and Portugal. The capital of Spain is Madrid, which is known to be a vibrant city with friendly people. With many beautiful beaches, nightlife, historic towns and other cultural attractions, Spain is a fantastic destination for all travelers.

Be as diverse as it is, the climate in the country can be divided into five major areas. In the interior of the peninsula, including the capital Madrid, a continental Mediterranean climate prevails. The northernmost part has an oceanic climate and is referred Espaà ± a Verde or Green Spain. semi-arid climate that dominates the southeast. The south-west and south of the country experiences a typical Mediterranean climate, given its proximity to the ocean. The Canary Islands falling cost of Africa are also under the Spanish government and the region has a subtropical climate.

There are several tourist destinations that can be visited in Spain, but we will closely examine three of the most popular: -

Madrid "The Spanish capital, Madrid is a bustling city known for its wonderful museums and a lively nightlife. The Museo del Prado, Reina Sofia and Thyssen-Bornemisza (known as the Golden Triangle Museum) frequently display masterpieces of art from masters such as Goya and Caravaggio. There are many other museums and cathedrals that can be visited in Madrid. If you want to party like the locals, head to a neighborhood ± Malasaà drinking, dancing and partying until dawn. You can then indulge in a breakfast of chocolate.

Barcelona's second largest city in Spain, Barcelona is also the party capital of the country. This beautiful city markets, churches and museums, has many unique architecture as well. One of the most visited tourist attractions is a area called La Rambla. It is a place where many people like to go to walk among the street performers, flower sellers, painter, cafes and restaurants. The beach is also within walking distance of La Rambla. Barcelona is also a place where you can see many works of Antonio Gaudi's Sagrada Familia including who is still under construction! Zero Hotel Diagonal Barcelona and W are two reasonable options to stay at the hotel in that city.

Granada "One of the most cultural and historic places to visit in Granada Spain. The city is known for its educational centers and is driven by student life. The Spaniards have often visited Grenada for pause time for the spring time and fall are wonderful times to visit here. The most famous attraction is the Alhambra in Granada. This fortress / palace and former administrative center was home to the sultans Nasrid who lived here in the 13th and 14th century. As this is a very popular tourist destination, booking in advance is recommended.


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