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Spain offers tourists a wide range of landscapes, from the hot streets of Madrid to cities teeming with Moorish remnants ...
and influence and spa retreats in the countryside.
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There are some 40 million people in Spain whose capital city is Madrid. There’s so much to see here from bustling cities to historical towns. Spain’s countryside can be mountainous and other areas are comprised of long stretches olive groves and rolling hills. There are many history tracks to be enjoyed with buildings that hearken back to Moorish times. Visitors visit the arenas to see the famous and Aleutian horses at Spanish riding schools. No visit is complete without sampling a good Spanish paella or partaking of locally produced wines. Spain is a country that loves to stay up late and be entertained. Enjoy an evening of flamenco dance with Spaniards who are likely to dance until dawn.
On of Spain’s greatest attraction is its cuisine known for tremendous variety and appetizers called Tapas. Outdoor café’s are popular all year long and more formal and traditional dining exists in many forms. Spanish chefs make use of locally-produced olive oil with many fruits and vegetables as was a result of the country’s Moorish culture. Spain is a leading producer of fine wines. There’s no going hungry here. It’s very affordable; but, you might have to stay up rather late. Spaniards don’t’ start having dinner until at least nine with plans to enjoy a nice long evening of entertainment and revelry.
Spain’s and Aluscian’s region is as scenic as it is historic. Vacationers are discovering five-star resorts such as La Abadia. Famous weather conditions are enhanced by the garden landscape swimming pools of resorts like this. There’s an emphasis on physical activities that include spa facilities and salon services. This resort also features pipe organ concerts. Spain’s country resorts are designed to offer fresh air and physical renewal.