Spain Travel Guide

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Spain is one of the countries that receives the most tourists in the world and it’s not hard to see why. Its unique and distinctive architecture, its very pleasant weather all year long with mild winters and hot summers, its gastronomy and its culinary culture, and, of course, its warm-spirited and welcoming people who will be pleased to speak to you, are but some of its many attractions.

Spain’s main touristic attraction has become a word almost commonly understood: "fiesta". Spanish people are reputed to being some of the wildest party-makers and it is virtually impossible to spend a party-less week in Spain, especially during summer.

Spanish architecture combines old religious buildings with modern constructions signed by some of the world’s best-known architects. It is said that there isn’t a single village in Spain which doesn’t count at least one church, so you can imagine the immense number of Catholic buildings existing in the country, the tangible proof of the power that the Catholic Church has had (and still has) in Spain. The Spanish gastronomy is considered to be one of the healthiest in the world, and names like Ferran Adrià and Carme Ruscalleda keep topping the best-chef rankings in the world. Check these places and things to do out and discover many more in the following articles!
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