Top 6 Amazing Attractions That Will Explode Your Mind In Spain

If you are going to Spain on your holiday, you will receive treatment and not just tapas. Spain is a country full of amazing places with a lot of sophistication and sophistication.

With so many amazing sites to explore, choosing a comprehensive list of the top eight tourist areas in Spain is a real challenge. For this reason we thought we had given an extravagant charity hand and compiled a list of the most fascinating attractions in Spain, along with two hidden gems that we felt were worth rubbing the shoulders with the best.


The Alhambra is part of the exclusive citadel, the peak of Moroccan art and one of the best architectural landmarks in Europe. Overlooking the beautiful city of Granada on the hills, it is easy to spend a day exploring this magnificent monument to the past of Muslim Spain. Its sheer beauty is simply stunning and no wonder it is one of the most exciting tourist attractions in Spain. Al Hamra Palace was originally founded in 1238 by the founder of the Nasri dynasty Muhammad ibn al-Ahmar. He wanted to create a new Islamic capital in Granada after the Christian forces took him to southern Spain. To this end, the Alhambra Palace offers a solid face of despotism because it represents the bitter rivalry between Christian and Islamic forces in Spain. But there is beauty in enmity, and its ornate gardens and running water pools add a soft touch.


The stunning Roman Merida Theater is suitable for the emperor, or at least returned for the day. As a former colony of the Roman Empire, Spain has many great sights for lovers of ancient history and the Merida Theater is a strong favorite. It was built around 15-16 BC and it was possible to accommodate up to 6,000 people at the time. Now this well-preserved Roman theater features its original semi-circular walls, part of the theater and double columns. If you are watching the Merida Theater that intrigues you about Roman Spain, make sure to check out some of the other sights of ancient Spain, especially the walls of the Roman Lugo and the Segovia canal.


The Spanish Civil War was one of the most turbulent periods in the history of modern Spain. This makes the ruins of Balshit, a city destroyed during the conflict, more sad. As Picasso clearly represents in the Gernica masterpiece, the Spanish Civil War saw the first deliberate aerial bombardment of cities and civilian cities, and Bilchit is a memorial to this destruction. Ghost Town is located next to a modern town of the same name, containing a series of exotic structures, including many churches and a monastery - all that remains of this total destruction. It is not one of the most enchanting tourist attractions in Spain, yet it is one of the most exciting, most important and provocative places.


When people think of Barcelona, the first name that comes to mind is architect Antoni Gaudi. La Sagrada Familia is a Gaudi masterpiece. Both archeological and unique in design, La Sagrada seems to have moved away from the Thrones Games. Because Gaudi died before its completion, it is still in progress. And what is the ongoing work, both from abroad and in. Ready to join millions of annual visitors and be tempted by what is now claimed to be one of the top 10 sights in Spain.


The Royal Palace in Madrid is located directly from fairy tales. It is the largest royal palace in Western Europe. Construction of the palace began in 1738 and took 17 years to complete. The accuracy of the hotel's 2,000 rooms can be seen in the luxuriously decorated rooms. It is technically the official home of the Spanish royal family, but they are now using it only for ceremonial and public occasions. This is good news for anyone who wants to see what is now one of the most popular tourist attractions in Spain: the Royal Palace of Madrid is open for business. We particularly love the Hall of Mirrors of Charles III (not only from vanity perspective), as well as the Royal Pharmacy.


You have to wonder if Walt Disney had put Alcazar Segovia in mind when he was thinking of designing an exclusive castle. With its magical towers and location at the top of the slope, Alcazar definitely deserves its place amongst the top 10 tourist attractions in Spain. Whether covered in snow or lit at night, the kasar, which began life as an Arab fortress in the 12th century, always looks great. Inside the luxury bone visitors must definitely venture into the top of one of the towers for a spectacular view of the Spanish countryside. Get ready to be visually astounded.