Enjoy your holiday by visiting one of the world’s most visited country, Spain. It is the largest country in Southern Europe. Famous for its exciting beach life activities, beautiful coastlines, rich history, many cultural regions and friendly inhabitants. Here you will enjoy laidback lifestyle, beautiful nature surroundings, and challenging and unique activities. The country is found on the Iberian Peninsula in the southwest corner of Europe and shares the peninsula with Portugal. The nine regions of Spain are; Northwestern Spain, Northern Spain, Northeastern Spain, Central Spain, Eastern Spain, Andalusia, Balearic Islands, Canary Islands, and the autonomous cities. Spain was declared the third-largest number of UNESCO World Heritage Sites. A reason why it continuous to be on the top list for the most visited countries in the whole world. Here are some of the many reasons why you should and must take a chance to see Spain in its utmost beauty.
1. Connect to the Remarkable Spanish Flamenco DanceExploring Spain wouldn't be complete without knowing about how you can connect to their famous flamenco song. Be sure to watch performers of the phenomenal flamenco dance. The tocaroes are such a delight to see as they play lively music from a classical guitar. Flamenco dancers dance their hearts out as they play to the tune of flamenco songs. There are three emotions of the flamenco that every viewer can get deeply connect with. It is about expressing anguish and despair, inspiration, and humor. Emotions just come out naturally simply by watching and listening. It is indeed a Spanish work of art. You would not want to miss in Spain.
2. Join the World's Greatest Tomato Party Join the massive tomato party at the Buñal, Valencia Spain. The biggest food fight in the whole world must be included in your travel itinerary to Spain. All attendees are excited to celebrate and take part in this unique festival. Different people from all over the country and the world came to gather and celebrate every August. Keep in mind that for you to have a hassle-free party, eat a heavy breakfast. You will need a lot of energy and stamina to start this fun day. The bracelet given to you upon registration will serve as proof that you are one of the participants. Remember to wear this so you will not misplace it as the place gets so crowded and you would hardly notice. Once inside, you will see a greasy pole on the center with a ham on top. Everyone is taking their chances to climb and reach for the top. Once you hear the horn and you see a truck full of tomatoes, the excitement kicks in.
3. Visit the Best Tapas SpotsHave you ever wondered what kind of food is perfect for backpacking Spain? Try tapas. A simple snack with an intriguing history and have always been a part of the social activity of the Spaniards. Tapas, wine, and a good conversation perfectly goes together. But how will you know if the tapas you will be eating matches the wine you will be drinking? Include a tapas and wine walking tour in your five or seven days in Spain booking. You will learn and discover the art of tapas in such a different way. The guidance and knowledge of a professional tour guide will take you to the best tapas spots and assists you with more travel tips to Spain. You will surely be wanting for more. Many say that you can’t stop eating tapas until you’re full.
4. The Intriguing Bull FightThere’s a great chance for you to watch bullfighting in Spain. Some travelers find it interesting others lean back. The interested travelers would most likely see bullfighting in some of the major cities and some festivals all year through. The Spanish-style is one of the popular forms of bullfighting in Europe. In most traditional events, bullfighting is one of the highly anticipated part of a program. It shares to the spectators and to the whole world the richness of Spain’s culture and heritage. In a typical bullfighting scene, the Spanish Fighting Bull creates the scene into an exciting and heart thumping moment. This event has sparked controversies, but you need to worry watching it in Spain. For the Spaniards, it is a form of Spanish art and it is legal in every sense.
5. Spanish MuseumsVisiting Spanish Museums will make you gain an understanding of the country more. You will appreciate art created by Spain’s many great artists. Have a peek into the ancient times and discover ways of living that might be still applicable today. Be inspired with the themed and specialty museums with scenic views.
6. Beautiful Spanish SouvenirsSome of the many exciting activities of what to expect in Spain is shopping. Even if that means running out of time, every traveler allot time for this special activity. These shopping tips will leave a smile on your face as you from the next shop. Head over to Sevilla for Spanish embroidered shawls, mantillas, and fans. You may also want to buy custom and handmade pieces like Moorish potteries. In Barcelona, there is a wide selection for a perfect souvenir hunting. A typical Spanish item you can buy is a bottle of olive oil, espadrilles shoes, leather bags, leather shoes, and a lot more. Expect that there will be a language barrier, so it is best that you carry with you a phrasebook in Spanish. Also, do not forget to keep your receipts and fill in the Tax-free form in shops you go to. You can avail of the tax-free shopping offer of Spain. Have fun and make the most!