A holiday in Spain will certainly need a guide on the best places to visit in Spain. Although Spain is a rather small country, it is packed with a lot of great spots to visit. Its cities offer unique experiences that may not be there in other areas over the vast scope of the world. Unquestionably, Spain is one of the tourists’ favorites holiday destinations in the world with its many great places. These are some of the recommended places to visit for anyone who travels to Spain for a holiday.
This city is not the capital of Spain, but it is known as the cosmopolitan capital of the region of Catalonia of Spain. It is a crowded spot full of travelers on holiday. One of the main attractions is the Sagrada Familia, which is a fantastical church. It is easy to find the photos of people showing that church over the web. The fact is that Barcelona is highly regarded as the center of architecture and art in Spain. Modern arts can be enjoyed in the Museu Picasso and Fundacio Joan Miro. Many modern landmarks all over the city are the brainchild of Antoni Gaudi.
More into this one of the best places to visit in Spain is the MUHBA history museum in the city. There are some Roman archaeological sites to visit and enjoy as well in Barcelona. Gothic Quarter is there with its unique mazelike appeal of medieval time as the roots of the city. La Boqueria is a market and a culinary spot in the city that anyone can enjoy authentic foods of the area. Light and music shows are there in the Magic Fountain atop of the Montjuic within the Parc Guell hilltop area. Clearly, the city is packed with everything.
It is only unfair to exclude Madrid as one of the best places to visit in Spain. So, here it is Madrid as the capital city of Spain with its elegant boulevards all around its corners. Manicured and well-arranged parks are around the city with Buen Retiro as one of them. The city is pretty similar to Barcelona in terms of its European art touches all around. One of the spots to enjoy European art in Madrid is the Prado Museum’s works by Goya along with Velazquez and some other art masters from Spain. Other museums to visit are the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum and the Reina Sofia Museum.
There is the spot called Plaza Mayor as the heart of old Hapsburg Madrid. Royal Palace and Armory are nearby that displays historical weapons and armors worth to visit, especially for those who love old stuff. Tapas bars, along with theater performance and nightlife culture, can be found in the flea market of El Rastro within the medieval neighborhood of La Latina. Even the stadium of Real Madrid, Santiago Bernabeu, is amidst the popular attractions that tourists visit all year round in Madrid since the club is the biggest in the city and even in the country.
Meanwhile, those who enjoy the Mediterranean atmosphere are advisable to go to Ibiza. It is merely one of the Balearic Islands of Spanish archipelagos. It offers a decent nightlife culture, especially in the proximity of Sant Antoni and Ibiza Town. Quite the contrary to the nightlife, it has quite villages as well over the beaches, even with yoga retreats for calmer vacation. Platja d’en Bossa is the recommended place to go for quieter enjoyment of a holiday in Spain. Bars, shops, and hotels remain around though in just a bit less crowd. Even only those three out of many more of the best places to visit in Spain will be enough already for an enjoyable holiday.