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Things to do in Spain
Barcelona - take a city bus tour
A tour with a difference as the bus tour around Barcelona allows you to hop on and hop off when ever you like as the ticket is valid all day. Buses run every 20 minutes so there is seldom much time to wait and plenty to see. Every passenger gets a pair of headphones to plug into the unit on the seat that allows them to hear the commentary of the area you are in. It even plays in 10 different languages.
Barcelona - view the city from Guell Park, a world heritage site
Taking 14 years to complete the Guell Park not only offers a chance to escape the noise of Barcelona but also stunning views across the city from its Colonnade Hall where 86 columns hold the big square. The stairways offer a stunning front drop and interesting climb to the top. There are also plenty of examples of Guadi architecture and crosses along with the trencadis. The park is open every day and is free.
Bilbao - see the amazing Guggenheim Museum and its teasures
Possibly the world’s most stunning modern architecture museum the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao redefined what museums should look like when it opened in 1997. In keeping with its modern appearance the museum hosts one of Europe’s most important mid twentieth century art collections including paintings and sculptures. It frequently hosts special exhibitions with works from the other Guggenheim Museums around the world.
Grand Canary - dicover the animals and wildlife shows of Palmitos Park
A visit to Palmitos Park is a great family day out as it has everything from dolphins to orangutans and coral reefs to tropical rivers. There are a number of attractions throughout the day to keep the kids entertained including dolphin shows and different bird shows. Check out the komodo dragons and the caimans. Be sure to take the kids to see the really cute meerkats and talapoins, the smallest of the old world primates.
Ibiza - snorkel or scuba Dive the waters around the coast
Although not a first thought when going to Ibiza a days snorkeling or diving on one of the many boats available makes for a pleasant change from the beach. A combination of crystal clear waters and amazing scenery both above and below the water make for a very different experience. Diving is available for all levels and there are plenty of places to go if you want to learn to dive.
Madrid - people watching and a stroll in Retiro Park
There has been a royal park at Retiro Park since 1632 but it was not open to the public until 1868. This is where Madrilenians come to see and be seen. It can get very crowded at the weekends when there are also musicians and entertainers. Look in the museum to see the sword of El Cid and the cross that Columbus carried on his voyage to discover the New World.
Madrid - take a tour or watch a game at Bernabeu Stadium
One of the top 10 football stadiums in the world and home to possibly the most famous and successful football team of all time a tour around the Burnabeu Stadium is a must for all football fans. Tours are not available on match day or the day after but if you are really lucky you may see the squad training. Alternatively grab tickets and watch a game – excitement guaranteed.
Marbella - tee off at a campionship golf course
Golf and Spain are synonymous and it is hard to leave without playing a round. No matter what your level of expertise there is a course here that will suit or challenge you as there are 9 courses to choose from. Many of the courses have been designed by world famous golfers and offer great views as well as a chance to relax and enjoy your day.
Seville - experince Seville Cathedral
Seville Cathedral is the largest Gothic cathedral in the world. Construction started in 1402 and did not finish until 1506. It houses over 80 different chapels making it nearly impossible to see everything in one day. As well as fascinating architecture and carvings it also has what is reputed to be the best altar piece in the world. The cathedral is also the burial place of Christopher Columbus.
Tenerife - go on a boat to see whales and dolphins
It is fairly hard to go to Tenerife and not see the Pilot whales that live in the area but to increase your chances take a boat trip and you may also see dolphins. At certain times of the year you can also see Fin and Sperm Whales and sometimes even Blue Whales. There are even trips available on sailing yachts or a glass bottom boat and if you are very lucky the dolphins will come right up to your boat.
Introduction of Spain
Spectacular Spain's claims to fame rest on far more than its beach resorts; the country is the world's second-largest recipient of UNESCO World Heritage site listings after Italy. Whether you are looking to laze on a beach and party all night, tour the vast natural beauty of its varied topography or delve deeply into the country's long and dramatic history and heritage, it is all here. One of the first Mediterranean countries to benefit from the explosion of cheap flight-based holidays, Spain is now one of the world's unique and most popular destinations. Spain hotels provide comfortable accommodation at all price levels across the country, with the stunning state-owned parador-converted heritage buildings-set in Moorish castles, monasteries and haciendas, giving a truly Spanish experience. From Madrid's fascinating museums, architecture, culture and nightlife to Barcelona's spectacular post-modern buildings, Cordoba's ancient Grand Mosque, Granada's Alhambra, the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao and the glories of traditional Andalusia, touring Spain is an unforgettable experience. Of course, if beach life is a must, the choice on the Costas is huge, enclosing tourist resorts like Benidorm, remote beach communities and the lovely Spanish island archipelagos of the Balearics and Canaries.