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Sprawling Spain

Updated: Sep 14, 2022

If you're looking for a place to relax, enjoy the sun, and have a little bit of fun in the sun, then Spain is the place for you.


Spain is one of the most popular vacation destinations in Europe today. It's home to beautiful landscapes, delicious food, and a rich history. There are many things to do in Spain that will allow you to experience this country's beauty at its best.


Whether you're looking to escape from work or just want a break from your daily routine, these activities are sure to make your trip memorable.


Visit the Sagrada Familia Church and Gardens in Barcelona


The Sagrada Familia is one of Barcelona's most famous landmarks. The church was built over 200 years ago by Antoni Gaudí and has been considered one of his greatest works. The interior of this church features stained glass windows designed by Josep Maria Jujol and mosaics designed by Josep Maria Subirachs (two famous Catalan architects). The gardens surrounding this church are also wonderful places to visit during your stay in Barcelona as they include numerous statues and sculptures made from marble as well as ceramic tiles designed by Joan Miró (another famous Catalan artist).


Go on a wine tour of Spain


Spend your time on a wine tour of Spain, where you'll get to taste wines from all over Spain. You'll be able to visit vineyards as well as wineries, which are often found in small towns and villages. The best part is that these tours are not just for tourists; they're actually very popular among locals who love having their own private tour guides showing them around their favorite places. So if you want something unique for your next trip abroad, consider taking one of these tours!


Here are some things not to miss:


-Madrid's Royal Palace (photo above): Not only is it an amazing example of Spanish architecture, but it also houses some incredible art and treasures. You'll want to take plenty of pictures!


Seville Cathedral: This church is one of the oldest in Europe and has been visited by many famous people throughout history. It's also known as La Giralda because it was built with a tower at its top that looks like a needlepoint basket.


The Alhambra Palace: This is another palace that was built in the 12th century with Moorish influences from Islamic Spain. It has been featured in many films and TV shows from Game of Thrones to Doctor Who.


You can't go wrong with a trip to the beach, which is one of the most beautiful places in the world. And there's no better way to see it than by renting an apartment so you can drive right up and park your car in front of your front door.


If you're more of a city person, Madrid is home to some of the best museums in the world, including the Prado and Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza. And if you're into architecture and design, Barcelona has plenty of that too!


For those who like to feel like they're on vacation, there are plenty of options: rent a villa on the coast with a private pool; spend some time at one of Spain's many vineyards; or take a train ride through scenic mountain ranges. And if all else fails, just relax by the pool with a good book or two.

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