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Defining Spain is as difficult as describing one of the masterpieces of its many artists. From obsessions like bull fighting, flamenco and football to surreal art & architecture, the Spanish canvas is unique and varied. Add the snow-capped Pyrenees in the north and sun drenched beaches in the South, and words will completely fail you!
Gaudí Trail, Barcelona – Barcelona’s character is defined and celebrated by the majestic and outlandish works of artist Anton Gaudí. Follow the Gaudí trail across the city to see the iconic La Sagrada Familia, Casa Millà, Parc de la Cituadella, Casa Batlló, Plaça Reial and Park Guell.
Cordoba-Granada – Home to the magnificent efforts of the Moors and the Christians, a trip to this part of Spain is all about cultural and historical immersion. Admire the Alhambra, the pinnacle of Moorish artistry and get overawed by Mezquita, the Mosque–Cathedral of Córdoba, where free flowing Islamic architecture blends harmoniously with a Catholic Church.
Seville – One of Spain’s most beautiful and eclectic cities, it makes the architectural list thanks to the soaring Giralda bell tower and the sumptuously rich Alcazar palace.
Museums of Madrid – Madrid is home to world class museums and countless galleries.
Museo Del Prado – Houses the world’s second most visited painting – Las Meninas by Velazquez.
Reina Sofia Museum – Home to Picasso’s Guernica and thousand other must-see pieces.
Thyssen Museum – It is where you catch the best of Surrealist art including Dali’s mind altering “Dream caused by the flight of a bee”.
If time permits, do visit Museo Lázaro Galdiano (enamel & ivory crafts), Museo Cerralbo (El Greco’s Ecstasy of St. Francis of Assisi) and Museo Sorolla (dedicated to the artist Joaquín Sorolla).
Ceramic Museum, Trianna – Appreciate the centuries old tradition of ceramic in Seville at the Centro Ceramica. Built over the kilns of the original factory Santa Ana, the Museum showcases the region’s tryst with this art form.
Rock climbing, Madrid – From easy Rocodromos, (public-climbing walls) to more challenging rock formations in the Guadarrama mountain range, this is one activity that will put your muscles to the ultimate test.
Water sports, Malaga – Inviting beaches offer endless vistas for windsurfing, sailing, scuba diving, canoeing, water skiing, and the latest addition to the quiver, kite surfing.
Bull running, Pamplona – The annual bull running festival at Pamplona takes place in July. Watch the runners take to their feet alongside the bulls in a three-minute, high tension run.
Vía Verde cycling – Many kilometres of unused railway tracks have given way for the very beautiful Vía Verde – the Green Route. The Via Verde de la Sierra takes you through Andalucía’s pristine countryside. Cycle through tunnels, valleys, riverbanks and meadows. This is a part of Spain you can relish only by riding.
Veg Tapas Crawl , Madrid, Seville, Barcelona – Give in to the numerous vegetarian delicacies that Spain offers as Tapas. Try the Croquetas de Queso or Croquetas de Espinacas – fried cheese fritters, or the Pimientos de padrón- spicy bell peppers.
The Manchego Cheese Trail – The La Mancha region of central Spain, known for its large and old vineyards, is also known for the unbeatable Manchego cheese. We recommend Queso Manchego Frito – Fried Manchego Cheese with marinated olives.
Olive Oil Tasting, Seville – The Olive Oil Route in Andalúcia, part of the Vía Verde offers bewitching sights – landscapes with ‘mar de olivas’ – sea of olives, encompassing 60 million groves overflowing as far as the eye can see.
Named after the F1 legend Alberto Ascari, this track incorporates all the famous turns of F1 circuits around the world.
The home of Sherry and Tapas, Seville is all set to take the gastronomic world by storm. And you can have a ringside view.
Thou shalt always squeeze and squash a tomato! Live by this cardinal rule at the tomato throwing fest at Bunol, until you drip red!