Top Places to Visit in Spain
Places to visit in Spain. Spain is a center of attraction in the tourism world. People would want to go to Australia or Asia, but even the Americans, Aussies, and Asians want a hint of Europe. And when they say Europe, they genuinely mean Spain. Not just because of the football-loving atmosphere, but because Spain is simply rich. Rich in culture, rich in history, and rich in popular interest since it has everything, from the best beaches to the best museums. So here is a hint of the vast number of places to visit in Spain.
But touring to Spain seems like a far-fetched idea. To most people, the traveling fare seems like the biggest expenditure. But those who get out and have vacations a lot or just travel a lot, know that the traveling is just the beginning. The real expenditures begin when you get there, and you need to know where you’re going to stay. It’d be futile and stupid to lie to you by recommending the first place you see to be your refuge. Don’t fall for the tricks.
Traveling and touring is expensive. Not just Spain, going anywhere with the basic tools for the trip should be essential. And most of these tools are known. Know where you’re going. What to expect, where to go, what to do, what you want and what you should avoid.
Situated in the Andalusia region in Spain, Granada is the city that is known throughout the world for its medieval architecture and embellishments of historical landmarks. Have you tried visiting the Alhambra, the fortified Moorish hilltop complex? How many albums are enough to be taken in The Royal Chapel of Granada? The answer is infinity. Granada is a place for tourists and first timers to have a blast touring through the city. Boredom is the last thing on anyone’s mind while walking through Granada.
Parks in Spain are of unusually facilitated beauty. There’s a science park in Granada with an observation tower that is almost fifty meters high. This park’s foundation was laid upon the idea of making a new kind of museum. Most tourists would spend at least 4 hours there on average.
Where to stay:
Looking to stay in Granada can mean you would have to rent a hotel room. Keep in mind going for the luxury won’t mean that it’s worth it. The only luxury you’d need is a comfortable bed. Don’t pay too much for it. Go to a 3-star hotel like Room Mate Leo Hotel, or El-Granado. Which is a 2-star hotel but highly recommended by all who’ve been there. Cheap and comfortable. And right in the middle of the city.
They say where the West Coast of Africa ends; the horizon reveals a beautiful city. And that is Tenerife. It’s not for shopping or clubs even though it’s got beaches. Tenerife holds its reputation for the landscapes and mountain peaks of Spain. The city has one of the most mesmerizing sets of sceneries across the land that make the visitors awe in wonder.
Where to stay:
Sol Puerto de la Cruz Tenerife, Hotel Best Jacaranda, Hotel Riu Buena Vista are some elegant hotels to rent a room in when in Tenerife. But you could go for 4-star yet affordable prices like those offered in Gran Hotel Turquesa Playa.
The infamous Southern Capital of the Andalusia region of Spain is the home for flamenco dancing. Also offering to visit of royal architectures like Alcazar of Seville, and the gothic structure Seville Cathedral that has become an important place to visit in Spain. Try going to the Giralda and Plaza of Spain in Seville. You could also relive the ancient war history in the famous 13th Century war tower Torre del Oro.
Where to stay:
The cheapest hotels in Seville can start from the 2-star hotel Samay Hostel Seville that provides Wifi along with other necessities to its habitats. You could also go for a little luxury if you’re looking to spend more in Ribera de Triana – Sevilla. San Pablo Hotel has been the choice for most people in Seville because of its affordable and quality service.
Not just for Messi fans, but this name rings a bell in the heads of all those who dream of traveling. The Mediterranean location has still not ceased to attract tourist eyes from all around the globe. Families that come here go to the Sagrada Familia Church before heading to their hotels. After they’ve taken some rest, Park Guell becomes the hot spot for entertainment. La Rambla Market becomes the main attraction in the night when the parks and markets close. Casa Mila hosts art shows and galleries for those who are interested.
Where to stay:
May offers discounts in Spain since it’s the Spring season. Expo Hotel, Ayre Hotel Gran Via, Hotel Alimara Barcelona and BCN Urban Hotel Gran Ducat are some of the many hotels in Barcelona offering a discount to all tourists to help you celebrate Spring with the Spanish. Barcelo Sants is a luxurious hotel offering a bar and a spa as well.
This city on the northern coast is on our list of places to visit in Spain for its mixture of elements: Its urban beach is one of the most photographed in Spain, not to mention its gastronomic traditions. The “Parte Vieja” of the city is known for its narrow streets and its many bars, which offer delicious “pintxos” to match the Rioja wine.
Tradition, monuments, castles and museums in a historic city were life is about open air sports, wine and much more!
Where to stay:
Marqués de Riscal Hotel designed by Frank Gehry, is an excellent place to go if you’re looking for a very special experience evolving vineyards, countryside and wine tasting. It takes a 2 hour drive from the city.
The grand mosque of Cordoba, the center of attention for the world for so long is in the Southern Spanish region of Andalusia. That alone is enough reason to go there but if you need more, try Alcazar de Los Reyes Cristianos, the palace of gardens. Also, try the Calahorra Tower. From the Medieval ages that stands still even after so many changes.
Where to Stay:
Exe Ciudad de Cordoba is an affordable and mature choice to go with when in Cordoba. Ayre Hotel branch in Cordoba is a nice adding to the list of places you can afford in Spain. The TRYP hotel of Cordoba offers not only the free wifi and bar option, but also has a rooftop pool should you feel the need to go for a swim.
There are tons of places to go to and places to visit in Spain. Honestly, too many to count. And to start naming their important features would take infinite time. Therefore, things you should know are this. You need to know where you are headed and things you need to know there. Then figure out what you plan on doing when getting there.
Having a schedule helps you look around the city rather than miss out on all the aesthetics. So, don’t sit there and wait longer. Spring is in session and will leave soon. Have fun in Spain!