Spain Travel

December 3, 2007 11:46am CST
Spain is more than bullfights, flamenco dancers and crowded beaches. It's a spectacular and diverse country, the north resembling the rolling, green hills of Ireland and the south giving you a taste of Moroccan landscapes and architecture. Its tremendous history is reflected in its prehistoric cave paintings, Moorish palaces, crumbling castles, Roman ruins, Gothic and Renaissance cathedrals as well as some very distinctive modern architecture. The uniqueness of Spain lies in the separate kingdoms which made up the original Spanish nation. These regions remain diverse in their language, culture, cuisine and art. They include: Andalucía, Aragon, Asturias, Basque Country, the Balearic Islands, the Canary Islands, Cantabria, Castilla La Mancha, Castilla León, Catalonia, Extremadura, Galicia, La Rioja, Madrid, Murcia, Navarra and Valencia. Areas of interest are not limited to each region.
2 responses
@maximax8 (28558)
• United Kingdom
4 Dec 07
Spain is a very popular place to go for a holiday. I have been to the Canary Islands known for their beautiful golden sandy beaches. My friend recently went to holiday to the Balearic Islands and found the beach to be very child friendly. Another friend enjoyed a trip to what she described as Green Spain. She enjoyed visiting unspoilt villages and towns with interesting architecture. I like to go to Spanish speaking places like Guatemala so I am trying to learn Central and South American Spanish.
• Malaysia
5 Jun 08
i like spain,and wish to visit the church in spain which still under construction. may i know more about the church in spain?
@tutul0045 (2631)
• India
3 Dec 07
Hi, wow iam enlightened. Well i know these are beautiful palces. I always wanted to explore the european countires and places like this. I always wanted to visit paris right from when i was a kid. I have read about paris and iam quite eager to c the place. Thanks for putting so much about spain. Cheers, tutul