Spain leaves you with images of the good life, and savoring the little moments. Images of world class art and innovation. Feelings of immense power and influence. We journeyed from the storied center of Madrid to the historic yet youthful Salamanca, then south to energetic Seville and Granada before ending our trip in the cultural wonder that is Barcelona.
In Madrid you can truly say you’re at the center of it all. Not simply because Madrid is in fact the very center of Spain (que the eye roll from Leah…) but also because Madrid is full of culture, history and neighbors some of Spain’s must see day trip locations. Read on as we discover the top attractions and sites of Madrid as well as highlight several nearby towns you should consider adding to your itinerary. But before we get into the sights, let’s spend a minute to get our bearings and tell you what you need to know about visiting Madrid.
Barcelona is a magnificent city, one filled with awe-inspiring architecture, culture and history. And the food’s pretty amazing too. If you’ve decided to add a long weekend in Barcelona to your travel itinerary you’ll be glad you did! Read on to see what we recommend you see while you’re there.
While Italy and France often steal the title of ‘the most beautiful countries in Europe’, in our opinion, Spain should have a seat at the table too. From beautiful buildings to golden sunsets, blue cobblestone streets and miles of acorn tree-spotted hills, Spain’s beauty is awe-inspiring. And nowhere is this beauty more renowned than in its cathedrals. Read on as we look at our five favorite cathedrals in Spain.
Spain is one of the most beautiful countries in visit in Europe. It is filled with world-shaping, gorgeous architecture, great food and no limit to awe-inspiring sights. While traveling to Spain is relatively straightforward, here you will find some general information and insight into planning a trip to Spain and navigating this beautiful country.