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What to Bring When Traveling to Spain

What to Bring When Traveling to Spain Costa del Sol The vast majority of holiday resorts such as Malaga, Marbella, Fuengirola and Torremolinos are in the South, on the Costa del Sol. But this is not the only region where you can enjoy the hot sun and the sandy Spanish beaches. Had your nice and shiny sun tan? Combine your beach holiday with sightseeing day trips or with a shopping adventure in Gibraltar or Morocco. The range of things to do while spending your holiday on Costa del Sol is infinite. Here are our heart recommendations of Day Trips from Costa del Sol. North of Madrid, La Rioja is the Spanish wine region. Over 30 bodegas have their doors open to visitors who want to taste the local internationally famous wine. The hillside vineyards provide a picturesque landscape for all those in love with road trips.

Spain First-Time Mistakes To Avoid On Your Trip

Spain First-Time Mistakes To Avoid On Your Trip Architecture lovers, but also those who are less interested in this field will be fascinated by Barcelona’s Art Nouveau landmarks they can admire in Eixample district, located in the North of the city. There you can admire the famous Antoni Ghaudi’s creation results as well as those of other modernist architects such as Lluis Domenech i Montaner and Josep Puig i and Cadafalch. Take the opportunity to discover one of the craziest architectural projects while strolling the Catalan mosaic adorned alleys during a Park Guell Walking Tour. When speaking about things to do in Barcelona, the Art Nouveau architectural monument is not to be missed. Gaudi’s life project, the Sagrada Familia is Barcelona’s most famous and the most visited landmark. Located in the Eixample district, this magnificent cathedral with its amazing towers and indescribable ornaments overlooks the city. If George Orwell