Spain is one of the most popular traveler destinations in the world and with good reason! This beautiful Mediterranean country that sits on the Iberian Peninsula offers diverse experiences, from lounging on the beach, to leisurely walks through the stunning countryside, to both historic and modern monuments built by famous Spanish architects and artists.
Imagine Moorish buildings, Spanish Renaissance masterpieces, and quirky modern art, and Spain is sure to have something to catch the eye at every corner.
After a long day of taking in the sights, you can unwind at a local cafe with a glass of sangria and some delicious tapas. Have a look at our pick of the 5 best places to visit in Spain.
Barcelona is the cultural capital of Spain. With great food, sunny beaches, and a friendly population, it is a good destination for a short city break or as a base for exploring Catalonia.
The city is home to the architecture of Antoni Gaudi.
Three of his most popular creations in Barcelona:
- The Parc Guell
- La Pedrera
- Casa Batllo
in the interior
- The Sagrada Familia
offer adapted tours for wheelchair users so make sure to book in advance.
Barcelona is one of the easiest cities to navigate around as many of the city’s tourist attractions are wheelchair accessible, as well as three of its beaches.
Both locals and tourists soak up afternoon rays on the beach before heading back into town for tapas.