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Spain - a perfect amalgamation of everything serene, sophisticated, and supreme. From natural bounty to cultural diversity, fancy cuisines to sports enthusiasm - Spain has everything for everyone. A trip to Spain is not complete until you visit the places mentioned in this blog. We know you cannot wait to get started. Let’s dive in then.
Established in 25 AD by the Romans, Merida has an extensive, well-preserved ruin to impress the visitors. The capital of Extremadura, the city is placed in the western part of the Iberian Peninsula. Albarregas and Guardiana rivers float alongside it.
With thousand years of history lying at its back, the archaeological ruin will stun you with its magnificence. You can also catch theatre performance and flamenco shows while here.
While here, check out the places like hippodrome, aqueduct, preserved bridge and so on. All of these are built by the Romans. Additionally, you can also visit the Gothic and Baroque churches. There are some of the informative museums which will offer you a glimpse into the rich history of the city.
You can easily get some souvenirs from the local shops around the museum. For food, must try botanas, panuchos, seafood and giant pastor when you are at Merida.
The nearest airport to Merida is BJZ airport or Badajoz airport. it is at a distance of 41.2 km away.
It is the largest city in the Basque country of Spain. It lies at a 16 km distance from the Bay of Biscay. The climate here is milder and wetter than in the other parts of the country. Enjoy the lush parks and superb riverbanks that are always green and fertile and surrounded by rolling hills.
Earlier, Bilbao was known as a major seaport and industrial city. It also features a grand architecture called the Guggenheim museum. To date, it shines as the city symbol and it is a must-visit during your trip to Bilbao.
Two other places to visit in Bilbao include Basilica de Begna and the cathedral of Santiago. Feel the thrill of the Gothic era while visiting this place. also, you can visit the multipurpose complex of ALhondiga that comprises restaurants, libraries, and a rooftop swimming pool with a glass floor.
You can land at Bilbao international airport which is located at a 12 km distance from the city. It connects the city with the major countries around the world. You can find lots of taxicabs and buses around the corner to take you to the city.
What’s a Spain trip without a visit to Barcelona! The city of football is located in northeast Spain. From vibrant culture to historic architecture, buzzing nightlife to lively shopping - you get everything here.
The main attraction of Barcelona is the Ciutat villa. You can check out the gothic quarters, old churches, cobblestone streets and Roman ruins in all their glory.
Once here, we want you to try the local cuisines available at the outdoor cafes and restaurants lines at the cobblestone street.
La Placa Catalunya is an amazing place for taking a stroll amidst fancy statues and fountains. You can also shop for fancy items here. If you have some money to splurge, go visit La Rambla for some more shopping. You will love the sunbath at Barceloneta and strolling through the tree-lined pedestrian avenue.
Barcelona is the hub for the architectural marvels of Anthoni Gaudi. If possible, visit the place during the Monegros festival - the largest electronic music event in Spain. Also, check out Nou Camp - the largest football stadium in the world, rightly built at the heart of Barcelona. Also, pay a visit to the art galleries, flamenco shows and theatres while you are here.
You can land at the Sabadell airport or the Reus airport to reach Barcelona. The former is at a 30 minutes distance from Barcelona while the latter is at a 105.3 km distance. You can avail a taxicab or a bus from the airport to reach the city.
If you have a turn for sizzling life, Madrid won’t disappoint you. it is one of the most colourful cosmopolitan cities in Europe and comprises a diversity of rich cultures.
It is a hub for both new and old architecture. The historic quarters, multicultural districts, university areas, crowd communities etc. are sure to stun you.
Puerta de Sol is a large plaza that lies at the heart of the city. You can catch street arts there. Also, visit the Plaza Mayor square. You can purchase souvenirs from here. The cafes are here to cater to your tastebuds with yummy bread, pizza, and desserts. They have a different type of coffee in San Miguel Market. If you have a turn for coffee, make sure to visit the place.
The major tourist attractions of Madrid includes Royal Palace, glorious churches, historic landmarks, zoos, muserum, art galleries, Spain monarch and so on. Taste delicacies like Cocido madrilène, Bocadillo de Calamares, Huevos rotos, Callos a la madrileña and Churros con.
To reach Madrid, land at the Barajas Airport. It lies at a distance of 15 km from Madrid. Get yourself a cab or bus to reach the city.
Spain is a place that will welcome you with warmth and stun you with its grandeur. Experience the beauty of serene nature and sizzling city life at once. From day to night - Spain takes an all-new look for the tourists. The local people are extremely cordial and you may even enjoy a trip with other tourists there. From yummy cuisines to fascinating art, shopping to strolling - Spain has a lot to offer. All you need is a heart to explore. Even a leisure trip to Spain will fill you with a new spirit for the next 20 years of your life.
A trip to Spain is on the bucket list of many. It’s time that you fulfil that dream. Pay a visit to the place and don’t forget to share your experience with us.
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