Spain is a country with many climates. The start of summer and autumn is the best time to visit Spain the temperature is fairly pleasant the tourist population is minimal and the tourist attractions are operational.
Nearly three or four eateries of Spain rank amongst the top ten eateries in the Restaurant magazine’s annual “World 50 Best Restaurants” list. Every region of Spain has some fantastic food to offer to your taste-bud. A traditional Spanish breakfast may consist of chocolate, long, extruded tubular doughnuts served with coffee, cakes and pastries are also served in most eateries. The simplest form of eateries is comedor which is often room behind the bar which is mostly family-run restaurants. There are fixed-price menu for lunch generally three course meal.
If you are a vegetarian you may have a difficult time, however there are increasing number of veggie restaurants these days. The real problem arises because pieces of meat especially ham is not considered real meat by Spanish and often salads may contain a part of tuna in it. If you are a pure vegetarian use these phrases “Soy vegetariano/a. Como sólo verduras. Hay algo sin carne?” (“I’m a vegetarian. I only eat vegetables. Is there anything without meat?”). Fruits and nuts are easily available in the market.
Royal Palace – Madrid
Sabatini Gardens – Madrid
Campo del Moro Gardens – Madrid
Church of San Francisco El Grande – Madrid
Fountains of Paseo del Prado – Madrid
Toledo Bridge – Madrid
Prado Museum – Madrid
Puerta de Alcalá Gate – Madrid
Reina Sofía National Art Centre – Madrid
Plaza Mayor square – Madrid
Buen Retiro Park – Madrid
Basilica of La Sagrada Familia – Barcelona
Barcelona cathedral – Barcelona
Las Ramblas avenue – Barcelona
Barcelona Museum of Contemporary Art (MACBA) – Barcelona
Camp Nou stadium – Barcelona
National Art Museum of Catalonia (MNAC) – Barcelona
Picasso Museum – Barcelona
Gran Liceu Theatre – Barcelona
Sant Jordi Palace. – Barcelona
Seville Cathedral – Seville
La Giralda tower – Seville
Plaza de España Square – Seville
Real Alcázar palace in Seville – Seville
María Luisa Park – Seville
The Torre del Oro tower – Seville
Plaza de América Square – Seville
Located in the heart of Iberia Madrid is capital of Spain. The temperature in Madrid is freezing cold in winter and boiling hot in summer. Madrid has some state-of-the-art museums like Reina Sofía museum, Thyssen-Bornemisza museum, Prado museum. Apart from these cultural attraction, Madrid also offers palaces, parks and gardens in the midst of hustle and bustle of the city.
Barcelona is largest city and the capital of Catalonia - Spain's second largest city. There are number of tourist attraction in Barcelona, travelers usually start with Ramblas, Barri Gòtic, La Ribera, Museu Picasso, El Raval and many more parks, gardens and beaches. Even if you have visited Barcelona before everytime you will discover something new
Lord Byron describes Seville in a single phrase “Seville Famous for oranges and women — he who has not seen it will be much to pity”. Seville is located on the banks of river Guadalquivir, this river divides the city in two halves Seville and Triana. There are many landmark tourist destinations like The Cathedral of Seville, La Giralda, Real Alcázar, The Palacio de la Condesa de Lebrija and many more apart from the famous museums and galleria Museo de Bellas Artes, Museo de Carruajes, Seville Aquarium. Seville ensures to enthrall is visitors and leave them with a memory of lifetime.