Destinations Magazine Review

By Stizzard

Terra de pas, meaning a place you pass through, is how Catalans referred to Catalonia and travel, and you’ll see metaphors in folklore, art, cuisine and culture. Stories of people from various centuries, paintings depicting travel, and the fusion of Italian, French and Spanish food will remind you how thoughtful Catalans were about Catalonia. Catalonia is unique in its combination of medieval Romanesque and 20th-century Art Nouveau architecture. Visitors also enjoy music, food and drinks, and sun-soaked holidays along coastal towns and beaches. has itineraries to help you prepare a Spanish vacation. You can build a Spain travel itinerary to satisfy any interest, whether you’re a fan of old towns and castles or you enjoy spending afternoons in art galleries. Rent a holiday home close to the beach or in the city center if you’re visiting Spain with family or friends. The site also recommends planning for at least two weeks in Spain.

Barcelona, the capital of Catalonia, is one of Europe’s top cultural travel destinations. Marvel Antoni Gaudi’s work at Parc Guell, lined with sculptures and beautiful buildings. Enjoy strolling along the beautiful pedestrian-only street, Las Ramblas, lined with cafés, markets, restaurants and shops, away from noisy vehicles. Spend hours shopping for bargains or simply watch people at El Rastro, the world’s largest open-air flea market. Hop from one tapas bar to another to enjoy the many different styles and flavors of tapas. Enjoy paella, a Valencian rice dish, with origins in the mid-19th century. Paella is a mouth-watering dish made from beans, vegetables, meat, snails, rice and seasoning. Party all night in one of Spain’s popular nightclubs; BCM Nightclub in Magaluf is popular for its nightlife with hot DJs, spectacular light shows, parties, bars and gift items.

Buy tickets in advance, advises, if you want to explore Alhambra and Granada in short time. The Sierra Nevada mountain range will thrill you if you’re an adventure seeker. Local fiestas are fun, colorful and exciting at any age. Visit Aquopolis de Villanueva de la Canada in Madrid, the largest water park in Europe with every possible water attraction you can think of. Go to Tenerife for a change from beaches and enjoy spectacular scenery around Mount Teide, the highest point in Spain. Take a hike up the mountains or explore peculiar rock formations. Do not leave Spain before learning Flamenco dancing, recommends It’s not only fun, but also enjoyable to watch.

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