Spain is mainly famous for its fiestas, flamencos, and rich culture. This country can easily be deemed to be the cultural cradle of Europe. Every city of Spain has a rich and unique story to tell. The culture and lifestyle differ immensely as you travel from city to city. The sophistication and passion for art and food is one common thing possessed by every Spanish person out there.
Spain is full of unique and interesting cultural habits and phenomena and historical sites that make every tourist want to stay in the country forever. The unique and awe-inspiring cultures of the Spaniards that captivate me are as follows: Flamenco, Siesta, Bullfighting, Soccer, Spanish Nightlife, Spanish Festivals, Spanish Religious Traditions
Spain has an opulent cultural heritage and to list just some of them is impossible. However, these are some of the historical landmarks in Spain that I would love you to visit. You can also have a look at the national holidays in Spain when these places are the most crowded.
Here is a look at some unique Spanish holidays and what they represent: Hispanic Day; Fiesta De San Fermin, Pamplona; Epiphany; Easter Holidays; New Year’s Day; Labor Day; Assumption of Mary; All Saints’ Day
Every region of Spain has its own special dish. It is difficult to just list down some dishes that are the national foods of the country. Spain is separated into 17 autonomous regions that have their own language, cuisine, and culture. You can also read about the interesting facts regarding Spain.
Spain is intriguing for both kids and adults. Whereas adults are already familiar with how brilliant the country is, here are some interesting facts about Spain that will make even kids fall in love with this country