Hey buddies! i am going to write my next blog about first time in Spain for those who don't know this beautiful land! and i would like to read some people's opinion of which could be the best place to get to know more about the Spanish culture, Spanish regions and which one would be the best destination to know more about all this!
PS... i dont want rude comments please...
San Sebastian! Beautiful spot, highly recommend it for something a bit different.
Segovia, Salamanca and Frigiliana have amazing architecture
Would recomend Palma de Mallorca.
okies great! thanks very much guys! for being that kind to answer! great! i choose asturias for my nxt blog but i will keep in mind the one you suggest! thanks very much! by the way... which are your blogs? do you have twitter? let me know! i like to follow people! :D and we can exchange experiences if you are up to!
kind regards to all of you! :D
Barcelona is my favorite city in Spain, mostly because of Gaudi and Gaudi's unique architectural designs.
i know Barcelona is fantastic! i live in Barcelona! lol but sometimes when i go abroad or when i visit other cities in Spain i feel like maybe Barcelona is overrated!... in my opinion San Sebastian is marvelous! and the beach is better than Barceloneta... but also might be because im used to Barcelona... anyways thanks LeonaS :D
Grenada and Toledo are my favorites.
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great! i love Toledo!!! it was Spamish capital! many years ago! is lovely... Grenada seems really cool! thanks for your comment! :D Sharon Kulow!
Instead of staying in a hotel at Toledo, we camped on a hill overlooking one of the bridges going into the walled town. So much better than looking at a hotel wall. We have also camped at Barcelona...south of the city at a wonderful campground. Love Gaudi.
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interesting... camping!... that is a good idea for a blog... best places to camping around spain hehe did you visit costa brava? there are many fabulous campings over there! if you haven't i suggest you to visit the beautiful costa brava! i love it!!!!!!! my fave beach is l'escala but there are other fantastic cities nerby....if you like scenic landscape and be in direct touch with nature... you can also visit bassegoda... and stay near albanya at other incredible camping by a beautiful river! by the way the food at this camping: "The Bassagoda park" is fantastic!!!!.... thanks again for your comment! you gave me a brillian idea! campings!
We drove down the Costa Brava and saw some of the beautiful towns on our way to Granada. We actually stayed in a hotel in Valencia and then camped at a campground within Granada. It was nice with a really good restaurant on it. I will write more on my blog (which I actually haven't started yet). We just returned from Europe after 11 years and I need to unpack all my travel info and photos. Also camped at Cordoba.
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wow! i bet was a lovely experience! i would love to do something like that but there is always an excuse to pospone, school, university, job, no money, no time etc etc etc... anyways i wish you the best writing your blog is hard but worth the effort! thanks again for your comment! and looking forward to read more about your adventures! good luck! 😉
I would recommend Madrid!
This city is amazing and it has a lot of things to offer. You can find everything here, excellent food, friendly people, a lot of history, art and culture. There are a lot of activities and things to see here, and you don't even need a lot of money. You can visit some of the most important museums for free, there are a lot of nice restaurants which are also cheap, and a lot of parks, where you can relax when it is sunny, which almost always is 😊 I highly recommend you to visit Madrid and write about it, it will make you fall in love. 😊In response to: Msg #191819
I would reccomend and also have been in these locations:
Madrid and Barcelona (big cities). Maybe with a trip from Madrid to the old city of Toledo.
Santiago de Compostela (pilgrim spot).
Sevilla, Cordoba and very important: Granada (old muslim/andalusian cities).
Palma de Mallorca (swimming, popular for many germans like me).
One of my trips is this one: