Covering most of South-Western Europe’s Iberian Peninsula beside Portugal, Spain is a country known for its long history, distinctive cuisine, music and architecture. The culture is relaxed and friendly, and the country celebrates numerous festivals and holidays. Much of its border is on the Mediterranean and France lies to the north. There are many historic sites and these are some of the Spain attractions you should see:
Contemporary and huge, this science museum in Barcelona is famous. The beautiful layout and exhibits are mesmerizing. The first floor is exceptional with a mixture of current science, natural science and history.
Diving in the Canaries
Diving tours of Tenerife and other Canary Islands are wonderful experiences. Expert guides take beginners or experienced scuba divers on deep sea explorations of a lifetime.
Free tours of this famous factory in Valencia are offered, and visitors enjoy watching the artisans at work. Then, the porcelain shops give visitors a chance to see the exquisite works up close. The place selling seconds provides fantastic bargains.
Palace of Catalan Music
Reserved tickets must be purchased to visit this stunning venue in Barcelona. Visitors can choose from current events scheduled, or they can book a tour. Either way, a visit to this awesome music hall is worthwhile.
Madrid is Spain’s capital city, and it has many sites such as this historic public park with a lake. Solar-powered boats can be rented. With manicured grounds and gardens, this park has walking tracks and grassy spaces.