The land of sophisticated people, which is rich in flora and fauna, awe inspiring beaches and landscapes, things to do in Spain are as vibrant as its culture. Madrid, Barcelona and Valencia are the largest Spanish cities, which are hub of many colourful tourist activities. Discover ancient muslim architecture through palaces and castles and hundreds of other iconic sights. Taste exotic seafood, soups, breads and other vegetable dishes that are the speciality of Atlantic region. When you visit this country next time, don’t forget to explore these fabulous things to do in Spain.
This Red Castle is located at the top of a hill al-Sabika and at the bank of mighty River Darro. It was constructed in 889 AD. Its arabesques and calligraphy add grandeur to the elegance of this palace.
Museo del Prado, Madrid
This Spanish national art museum displays the most finest collection of European and Spanish art that dates back from the 12th century to the early 19th century. It exhibits 8,200 drawings, 7,600 paintings and 1,000 sculptures along with other collections.
Casa Batlló, Barcelona
The great masterpiece of Antoni Gaudí is a refined architecture of Art Nouveau. Its façade is decorated with colorful mosaic and irregular oval windows while the sculpted stone work resembles an unusual azure sea.
Mosque–Cathedral of Córdoba, Córdoba
This iconic Moorish architecture is one of the most amazing monument in the the Western Islamic world. It is divided into two sections; the courtyard having minaret and a praying hall. Its pillars and the combination of red and white arches give an intense chromatic effect.
Park Güell, Barcelona
This public park is located on the Carmel Hill and a combination of gardens and architectonic elements. Established in the 20th century, this garden shows Gaudí’s artistic work, which is inspired from the organic shapes.
Alcázar of Seville, Seville
Moorish Muslim kings built this incredible Royal Alcazars of Seville.The mudéjar architecture of the royal palace is unique, which has flamboyant rooms and in Patio there are sunken gardens on every side of a rectangular reflecting pool.
Palacio Real de Madrid, Madrid
The Royal Palace of Madrid covers 13 hectares of land area. It has 870 windows, 240 balconies and 44 staircases while its interior decoration has been changed with the passage of time.
Montserrat is a multi-peaked mountain near Barcelona lies in the Montserrat National Park, which is the country’s first national park. Its strikingly pink conglomerate presents a wonderful view and is a best known hiking resort.
Located in Atlantic Ocean, it is the most famous island among all the Canary Islands. Its white sandy beaches and cruise ships sailing; duty-free shopping amid rustic scenery and mountains is full of fun and enjoyment.
Temple of Debod, Madrid
This ancient and authentic Egyptian stone architecture was a religious center built in the 2nd century BC. The West Park surrounds this temple while its breathtaking water reflections especially at night leaves the visitor in awe and wonder.