What to do in Spain Once you visit Spain, you will immediately fall in love with it. It is practically impossible not to do that, considering how beautiful the country is. It has breathtaking landscapes, overwhelming architectural styles, warm waters, beaches covered with white and delicate sands, high mountain peaks always covered with snow, historical cities and modern townships and also a variety of delicious cuisines with an impressive variety of traditional dishes. I assure you that a trip to Spain will definitely be an unforgettable one!
Choosing a place to visit A very difficult decision is identifying the exact place that you want to visit. There are so many cities, so many traditional, charming villages, there is such an immense range of natural reserves and parks that it is always hard to decide where to go. Well, as a fresh tourist in Spain, I strongly recommend Madrid, the capital of this amazing country. Madrid is the type of city that has an interesting combination of modernity, with futuristic architecture and buildings, while the old part of the city, packed with history, still occupies an important place in the life of Spaniards.
There are so many things to do in Madrid that you need a few days to at least try to get closer to the essence of the city. The city is extremely rewarding in terms of tourist activities, it is also very well placed, somewhere in the middle of a set of attractions of great importance to Spain. One of these attractions is definitely Aranjuez, a royal residence easily accessible from Madrid and the house of one of the most imposing and most beautiful palaces belonging to the Royal Family. Aranjuez is the perfect escape from the hustle and the bustle of Madrid, the place where you can enjoy a breath of fresh air right in the middle of the city, surrounded by the beauties of the Palacio Real. Since it is a royal residence, Aranjuez also hosts a series of buildings and monuments which belong or have strong connections to the Royal Family, so you should go on a tour of the city, because you will learn a lot of interesting details. The lush gardens are another important attraction of the city and so is the Bullfighting Museum, a place where one of the most important Spanish traditions is celebrated.