Stunning Places To Visit In Spain

Of all the European destinations you can visit while traveling through Europe, Spain ranks right near the top of the most popular alongside France, Italy, Germany, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom. There are a variety of reasons to visit this amazing country, the most impressive being its diversity.

In reality, Spain consists of several distinct regions with unique traditions, dialects, and cuisines. In fact, one of the most difficult things for travelers is deciding on which places to visit in Spain. Ultimately, where you visit depends on your specific tastes, interests, and time frame.

Toledo

Set on a hill high above the central Spanish plains of the Castilla-La Mancha region you can find the ancient city of Toledo. This impressive town, located about an hour’s drive south of Madrid, is famous for medieval Christian, Jewish, and Arab monuments in the town’s old, walled quarters.

Toledo is like an open-air museum and was home to the El Greco, the world-renown Mannerist painter. Must-visit monuments are the Mudéjar style Sol Gate and Moorish Bisagra Gate that lead onto Toledo’s old quarter. The town’s best known and very lively meeting place is the Plaza de Zocodover.

Toledo’s historic city center is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the city’s glorious past shows at every turn. Toledo’s Cathedral Primera is probably the best-preserved example of Spanish High Gothic architecture.

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AquaVera – Lots of Fun under the Almeria Sun

AquaVera Waterpark, located on Spain’s sunny Almeria Coast in the southeastern part of the country, offers lots of safe fun for the entire family. The waterpark is great for both the young and the old. Here, you can enjoy a perfect day with friends or the family full of sun and water, and fun.

AquaVera’s Kamikaze is perfectly suited for the brave and most intrepid who would like to feel the sensation of falling into the Aquodrome’s void and making water races with friends and family. AquaVera’s top-notch attraction is the “Black Hole” that lets you slide down a waterfall in complete darkness.

The waterpark’s Zig-Zag slides twist and turn on two gigantic slides. This attraction is a lot of fun that crisscrosses and descends pretty quickly. If you’re in for something more gentle, you can try the Aventura Rio (Adventure River) by yourself or with your company. Here, you’ll be taken along a great water channel that is descending gently in Spain’s sunlight. There are two pools for relaxation, the Wave Pool and the Lake Pool.

Aqualandia offers the perfect entertainment for your little ones. This attraction includes Tree Adventure, a beautifully shaped treehouse with walkways, sliding bars, a Tibetan Bridge. This is a sheer endless adventure for the young ones under the shade of pine trees.

AquaVera offers numerous places where you can relax and eat your own food or enjoy what the chefs at the park have prepared for you. The park offers something for all tastes and there are plenty of refreshments available as well as, of course, for kids the probably most important thing in a holiday, Ice Cream!

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