In Spain there are beautiful places to visit, and from Madrid, whether by car, train, bus or even plane, because the capital of Spain is very well located and communicated, from here you can connect with different places. But if you are wondering what the best places are to see in Spain in this summer 2022, which is not a very easy decision, however, we have tried and today we are going to recommend the 5 cities that you should visit.
It is the capital of Cataluña, but also one of the most cosmopolitan European cities and a cultural, financial, commercial and tourist symbol. Normally, summer in Barcelona is very hot and humid, so we recommend that one of the main plans you make is to sunbathe on the beach and swim in the Mediterranean Sea, some of the most central beaches in Barcelona: Barceloneta, Mar Bella, Bogatell.
You have to visit the historic center of Barcelona to discover the gargoyles of the Cathedral, the “Plaza del Rey” where they tried to assassinate Fernando “El Católico”, the remains of El Call or the old Jewish Quarter of Barcelona and the mythical buildings of “La Rambla” (also called ”Las Ramblas”). And you cannot miss out on visiting the “Sagrada Familia”, the emblem and dream of Antonio Gaudí.
Beach, science and culture, European Capital of Smart Tourism 2022, here you will find places as unique as the City of Arts and Sciences, full of architecture and good museums, corners that are worth visiting, such as the Post and Telegraph Building, the Mercado de Colón, the Torre de Serranos, the Lonja de Seda, the Central Market or the Valencia City Hall. You can bathe in the warm Mediterranean, in Cullera, Saler, Pinedo, Malvarrosa or Guardamar. Be sure to visit the Albufera Natural Park. The Viveros de Valencia are very refreshing in the hottest months, as well as the Botanical Garden or the Monforte Garden. You cannot leave Valencia without eating an exquisite paella that will surely remain etched in your memory.
Malaga has become fashionable, and this is thanks to the large number of tourist attractions it offers, its climate and its excellent gastronomy.
In this list you will find the best things to see in Malaga:
- Gibralfaro Castle
- Malagueta beach
- The Malaga Pier
- The citadel and the Roman theater of Malaga
- The central market of Atarazanas
- The museum of Malaga
- The Pompidou Center
- The Picasso Museum
- The Carmen Thyssen Museum
- Larios Street
- The Cathedral of the Incarnation of Malaga
And to eat at the beach bars of Pedregalejo, what you can do is going to allow you to discover places with interesting culinary proposals.
The capital of Andalusia, walking through its streets, contemplating the Giralda, the Cathedral, one of the greatest attractions inside, is the tomb of Christopher Columbus, or the Torre del Oro is an experience for all the senses. There is also the Real Alcazar de Sevilla, which is a complex of royal palaces, courtyards, and gardens. And if we are talking about parks, “El Parque de María Luisa”, is the main public park in Seville and extends along the Guadalquivir River, near the center of the city.
The Plaza de España in Seville is without a doubt one of the most photographed places in Seville. You cannot miss visiting the Metropol Parasol, also known as Las Setas de la Encarnación, or Setas de la Encarnación, it is the largest wooden structure in the world. You can end your walk in the Triana neighborhood, full of narrow cobblestone alleys and streets, orange trees, colorful tiled patios, small-scale plazas and shops, and its riverfront bars are perfect for cooling off on hot summer nights.
It is an island full of attractions, this city is very friendly, and you will enjoy a very pleasant atmosphere. You can stroll through the beautiful streets and enjoy a drink in the bars of the city. get to know its towns, enjoy its gastronomy, its spectacular beaches, its crystal-clear waters and its day and night entertainment. You should also try the Ibizan gastronomy, the pepper coca, the fried octopus, and the peasant salad, they are very good.
Be sure to visit Dalt Vila, the old town of Ibiza, and do not miss La Marina, which extends between the historic center and the port. Sailors and fishermen lived in this neighborhood and, today, it has become one of the most popular and lively areas to wander around and discover the culture and atmosphere of the island.