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Spain Travel Guide: Impressive Adventures and Holidays

Almost every traveler who hears the question about Spain thinks of the incendiary rhythm of temperamental flamenco, the loud clatter of bull hooves at bullfights, and colorful skirts and searing glances. Then tourists think about the snow-white sand beaches, the luxurious Spanish resorts, and the secrets that keep the ancient state alive.

In addition to its rich history, Spain has a lot to offer in terms of entertainment and a welcoming atmosphere. There are a lot of Roman-era architectural sites in the country. Many museums, art galleries, and exhibition halls make it a great place for sightseeing.

Fans of beach holidays will love Spain. In every traveler's journey, there's a place to bask in the sun. Volcanic ash covers many exotic beaches in this country. A lot of people love lying on a lounger under the soothing sound of surf in Catalonia and Andalusia.

What to Do in Spain

Under the scorching sun in Spain, among the bullfights and flamenco, red-tiled roofs, hangs the spirit of romance. Every traveler should do these things to understand what makes southern countries so popular:

You can touch the past at the Alhambra Palace in Granada. This is one of the must-see attractions in Spain. The monument embodied Christian, Muslim, and Moorish architecture. Travelers are transported to an ancient atmosphere by the shady courtyards and fountains.

Best Places to Visit in Spain

Despite the fact that Spain doesn't have a lot of natural attractions, there are a few worth mentioning. In the south of the state, there's a place called «bird's paradise» by ornithologists. Due to its diversity of feathered birds, the park is popular with visitors. Pink flamingos, storks, and willful grackles – large members of the hawk family – are common sights.

Visit the charming secluded beach of the Asturian coast of Spain if you're looking for a beach away from the crowds. From a bird's eye view, this coast looks like a seashell. Under the gentle rays of the sun, there's nothing better than basking in silence under turquoise water and soft sand among unapproachable rocks covered in green thickets.

On the Spanish island of Menorca, the tomb of the Naveta de Tudones is a must-see for antiquarians on small group tours. It's been around for over 32 centuries. A large stone block shaped like an inverted boat was used in the construction. At the end of 1975, this unique landmark was discovered. Earlier this year, the historical site reopened to tourists after a complete restoration.

Tips

Spain is a relatively calm and safe country for travelers. You can avoid unpleasant surprises by adhering to the standard rules and recommendations of experienced tourists:

In Spain, driving while intoxicated is illegal. When a patrol officer offers to check for alcohol, say yes. If an offender refuses, he'll be criminally liable instead of fined.

FAQ About Holidays in Spain

Is it safe to walk in big cities?

Pickpockets are a problem in this country. Don't take your original passport or more money than you can spend in a day. Using a bank card is more convenient and safer.

What's up with public transportation?

In major cities, the subway is convenient. It's a cheap way to get around. It's even better to walk, so you can see the local architecture and features.

What's the best way to travel by rental car?

Be extremely careful when you're driving. Not all locals obey the rules. They can make unexpected maneuvers without warning.

How does the Spanish mentality differ from others?

Locals are used to gesturing and touching each other with their hands. They're easy to talk to on public transportation. You shouldn't react to such behavior, because Spaniards consider it normal.

Is there a rule for visiting religious places?

There's no doubt that Spain is a religious country. If you're not dressed appropriately, with exposed shoulders and knees, you might not be allowed in. So, before you go on a religious tour, make sure you get the right clothes.

How should you take a siesta?

In the country, most stores, restaurants, cafeterias, and entertainment venues are closed in the afternoon.

How should you communicate with locals?

Most Spaniards speak English pretty well in major cities. When you're away from the tourist areas, use a dictionary or a phrasebook.

How does Catalonia differ from other places?

The Catalans don't consider themselves Spanish, so they speak their own language. As a multinational country, Spain requires respect for all cultures and traditions.

What's up with the beach holidays?

There are a lot of beaches in the country with free access. However, you'll have to pay extra for beach chairs and equipment.

How do the locals dress on the beach?

Girls and women sunbathe topless on the beaches. Spaniards don't consider it nudism, and it's the norm. Therefore, you shouldn't look at the holidaymakers semi-naked.

How's it going with tips?

It's customary to tip waiters in restaurants, cafes, and pizzerias. Gratuities are usually 10% of the total order and aren't included in the bill.

How do the locals communicate?

Spaniards are used to talking loud and showing emotion. Therefore, don't take locals' expressions as aggression or other negative manifestations.