When you look at a country like Spain, it is difficult to reduce all the attractions and experiences of the ten best things. However, here are the top ten tourist attractions in Spain that we should not miss.
Well let’s get to these are:
Experience shown both inside and outside the museum, thanks to staged design of Frank O. Gehry’s Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao. The museum opened its doors in October 1997 and is considered one of the most important architectural structures of the 20th century.
Founded by the Romans, the city of Cordoba has a wide variety of treasures: a mosque-cathedral, the Calahorra Fort, and the Jewish synagogue, now a museum. You will also want to go and see the old medieval Jewish quarter and its surroundings, a beautiful city with much charm.
3. Festivals in Pamplona “San Fermin”, the entry of Bulls
It is not advisable to run next to the bull, but everyone is celebrating in its own way, for other visitors if they run next to the bull and others just have fun watching others do!. This is one of the most famous festivals in Spain, but there you go with some caution, since not only the riders have been injured.
The Prado is considered to be one of the best art museums in the world with much publicity among those who enjoy art. This museum has about 4,000 works of art, where you can explore the history of Spain and the art movement, all under one roof. Many of these outstanding works of art in the museum were acquired by the Kings of Spain and include the works of master artists such as Goya, Caravaggio, Fra Angelico, Botticelli and Bosch.
The Alhambra is a Moorish fortress-palace. The palace complex is huge and occupies a large part of the city. Be sure to plan a whole day to explore this place. If you’re visiting in summer, also be sure to buy your tickets well in advance or book online. The Alhambra is considered one of the greatest representations of Islamic art and architecture. The Alhambra offers a variety of places of interest within itself as the Alcazaba, the palace of the strength that offers spectacular views of the city.
The Sagrada Familia is Gaudi’s unfinished cathedral. Work began on the cathedral in 1882. He lived and worked in the cathedral until his death in 1926 and the cathedral was never completed. The building has a Gothic look transformed made by Gaudí, including walls, arches and pillars. In 1979, work began on the cathedral to complete it as Gaudi himself would have.
Las Ramblas is especially used for pedestrians and offers outdoor markets, shops, cafes and restaurants. You can spend all day walking around and looking for hidden treasures, in addition to the sampling of all the good cuisine that Spain has to offer. Do not forget to test your tapas in one of the bars in the city.
8. Experience the art of Salvador Dali
Salvador Dali is one of the world’s most beloved painters. The experience of his mausoleum and museum, is one of the highlights of northern Spain.
When driving through the mountains of Andalusia, you will reach the Round. This small town sits atop a huge cliff and has a magnificent bridge over a gorge. Also here you can find the oldest ring of bullfighting in Spain.
You have not seen it all in Spain if you have not enjoyed the cuisine of the country. No matter what city or town you are visiting, you will always find a new style of cuisine to try. Take your time and try the flavors that are set in Spain.