Tenerife has a great tourist destination offering first order is, you can find a wide range of accommodation and travel to different tour operators. The flights, no problem, since almost all provinces of Spain have a weekly flight to the island, remember that almost every community has a different day liaison with Tenerife, such as Asturias, Tenerife link is on Monday and Bilbao-Tenerife link Sundays. Organizing Tour Operator flight will leave us very cheap, much more than the regular line. About accommodation, the first thing we have to decide is whether we opt for the north (Puerto de la Cruz) or south (the Americas, Christians, etc.)
If you opted for the north, we will go to Puerto de la Cruz. The north is significantly cheaper but much less change will be encouraged outside the summer period, is colder than the south, especially in winter and is more prone to rain and cloudiness. It is the most used by Spanish tourists. This much closer to the capital Santa Cruz de Tenerife.
In contrast, in the south we can find the Christians, the Americas, etc.. All these populations are linked. In the south the weather will be hot and dry, plus there are many foreign tourists and the influx of tourists is high throughout the year. The beaches are much larger and better equipped than in the Puerto de la Cruz. The resorts are more modern.
However, in recent years, the trend is that more and more foreigners are valleys to the north also is no longer a ghost town in winter which was not anyone on vacation.
If you like the sun, friendly people, land characterized by their traditional celebrations and good food, then it’s time to visit the city of Alicante. This city, always present in many week for its beauty and tourist importance, will provide unforgettable moments in every corner. The city of Alicante is located in the community of Valencia. One of the major tourist cities in Spain, and second most visited city in Valencia.
The capital of the province, is in a fairly flat, although in some parts of its territory can be seen on the ground undulations that give beauty to all the landscapes Alicante. It is on these elevations where you can find great attractions of the city.
On the hill Benacantil, for example, boasts one of the major tourist constructions in Alicante, the Castillo de Santa Barbara. Stands out not only inside, but because when viewed from afar, on leave from all the urban environment and become one of the main symbols of the city.
Another great attraction for visitors is the Castles. Some seek to have lunch under the green landscapes of the hills of Garbinet, which acquire a special beauty in the summer.
Walking: a nice walk along the Esplanade of Spain, Playa del Postiguet and the modern port area with many cafes and bars. A few miles from downtown, connected by train, tram, together beaches of San Juan and Campello about six miles of waterfront attractive.
Castles: Castle of Santa Barbara, magnificent views of the beach Postiguet, port and urban environment.
Cathedral and other churches, heritage primarily in the Alicante town of Orihuela. However, in the city of Alicante worth visiting are Hall-Baroque palace of the eighteenth, Cathedral of St. Nicholas (XVI) Chapel Communion, Churches and monasteries alike Santa Maria Church, Monastery of Santa Faz.
Lucentum. Iberian Roman remains which are the first history of the city of Alicante.
The capital, Madrid, is an interesting tourist destination with its museums, including the Prado, with its churches and monuments. Barcelona is a cosmopolitan and lively, full of art and the art of the Gothic Quarter, or the works of architect Antoni Gaudi, who designed the Sagrada Familia, Barcelona is also famous for the museum dedicated to Pablo Picasso. Other important tourist cities in Spain are Bilbao and the cities of Andalusia . Another major attraction is the city declared World Heritage by UNESCO: Ávila, Cáceres, Córdoba, Cuenca, Mérida, Alcalá de Henares, Salamanca, Tarragona, Eivissa, Santiago de Compostela, Segovia, Toledo, Ibiza and San Cristóbal de La lagoon.
Plaza Mayor in Madrid
Another of Madrid’s main attractions is the Plaza Mayor, which dates back to the fifteenth century, when its name was’ Plaza de Arrabal “and was used as the main market town of the same name, and despite the fact that throughout its history has suffered endless remodeling and extensive fires, glorious stands today in downtown Madrid.
The square was once used as a market for bullfighting arena, a place for autos, stage for public performances, plus space for festivities, and today it is visited by thousands of tourists from around the world, used for festivals and various activities related to the tourism industry, including restaurants, shops, and more. Lomat ja tapahtumat Helsingissä.
Barcelona, nestled between the sea and mountains, has found a formidable balance:with one foot in tradition and another in the avant-garde, Barcelona has a reputation of being the most cosmopolitan and avant-garde and modern Spain, having been renewedOlympic Games 1992.
We also recommend, if you have time to do so, leaving the city and visit more of the Catalan region as:
The Costa Brava, which means “wild coast” because of the uniqueness of the suddenencounter between mountain and sea. Nature, climate and history, scenic beauty of its ports and some villages have been enough to get a great reputation around the world.
The Costa Dorada, south of Barcelona, is the gold, bright, with the coastline the reason for its name ”Gold Coast”.