What you need to know before traveling to Spain

Spain is home to glorious personification of the artistic inheritance of Goya, Velazquez, Picasso and Dali and resounds with romance of Don Quijote and Papa Hemingway. This country is a treasure-land full of tropical islands, hidden hilltowns and Roman cities. Spain is a visitor’s treat with the running of bulls and concerts, ballets in the gardens of the caliphs and countless series of stunning attractions all within reach of hotels and cheap accommodation. The picturesque cities of Spain make for just the right tourist destination with a plethora of historical venues and centers, echoing volumes on the rich history of the country. In fact, Spain has the second largest number of historical centers in the world that have been declared as World Heritage by UNESCO. To name a few you simply cannot miss visiting: the Alcala de Henares, Avila, Caceres, Cordoba, Cuenca, Eivissa and Salamanca.

The awe-inspiring Guggenheim Museum in Spain is truly an historian’s delight. Spain has had a long and rich art history, characterized by the presence of some of the finest painters, sculptors and contemporary artists. To get a glimpse, just book a Spain hotel or accommodation in Spain close to the art of your choice, there are many works displayed in collections and many permanent exhibitions and museums. The wonderful predictability of the summer weather have scores of tourists flocking to the country every year. May, June and September are the right months to visit Spain, while April and October are also good enough to visit the southern part. Forms of transportation available in Spain include car travel, biking, cruises and ferries and rail travel. Spain is the land of olives, citrus fruits and vineyards. The Spaniards love garlic and the traditional jamon Serrano or the cured ham. Saffron, the golden spice finds its way into many Spanish foods and sherry, the most famous wine of Spain marks every celebration. The culinary habits and traditions of Spain vary as the regional boundaries change. Flamenco rules the rooster as far as preferences for music in Spain is concerned. The vibrant rhythms of this traditional rich form of music liven up all festivals, celebrations and Saint days in Spain. A trip around Spain is surely a feast to be relished and a travel experience, an unparalleled and unforgettable one.


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