Top 10 Attractions
Discover the Top 10 Attractions in Spain with Irro-Charter!
Top 10 attractions to see Spain with Irro Charter
The Kingdom of Spain is one of the largest countries in south-western Europe. Due to historical factors, technically
Spain is the only European county to have direct physical border with Morocco. The country is part of the Iberian
Peninsula and has great rich history to show.
Archeology shows so many different humans have settled in this rich land like: the Phoenicians, the Greeks, the
Carthaginians the Romans, the Visigoths, the Umayyad Caliphate rule, and the final Castile and Aragon dynastic union
that created the Catholic Spanish Empire, which from sixteenth to nineteenth centuries ruled parts of central and south
America, and parts of Africa becoming one of the largest and most prosperous empires on planet earth during its golden
Today Spain is a democratic constitutional monarchy that offers modern living with great infrastructure, and well
educated, passionate, and stylish population that leads as an example of enjoying a high standard of the good life.
Spain is part of the European Union.
On the cultural side, Spain offers exquisite cuisine that has many followers around the globe. Along the great diverse
historical heritage, Spain also was the cradle of new genius artists like Pablo Picasso, Salvador Dalí, and Antoni Gaudí
that made their mark on modern Spain today with brilliant works that make this county very special.
Irro Charter can propose the following top 10 places for your itinerary when touring Spain:
The Arc de Triomf Barcelona in Catalonia
Cueva in Nerja
The magnificent caves of Nerja are actually around four Kilometers from Nerja, and you can get there from Malaga by our
bus. The breathtaking rock formations and stalactites with different colors will dazzle you and proof how nature is
amazing above and under ground. The location of the caves is very well developed with ticket office for tours, café, bus
parking and amenities that will make your visit a great and comfortable adventure.
Acueducto in Segovia
The El Acueducto (Roman Aqueduct) is the famous icon form Segovia. This structure was originally part of a multifaceted
arrangement of many aqueducts and underground channels that carried water from the mountains for many kilometers away.
It dates back to the first century, and underwent comprehensive restoration works three decades ago.
Real Monasterio de Santa Maria in Guadalupe
This great monastery-church is considered one of Spain's most cherished pilgrimage locations, especially for people from
South America and the Philippines. The building is an architectural marvel, packed with heritage treasures. It dates
back to the fourteenth century. This is a must visit place for Catholic travelers.
Punata Paloma in Tarifa
Punta Paloma beach is considered one of the most pristine beaches in South Spain, which is still a hidden Gem from mass
tourism so far. It is located around 7 miles to the north-west of Tarifa town. The Golden sands are clean and welcoming.
There are special natural mud spots at the western end where you can enjoy healthy mud baths if you wish.
Parque Nacional de los Picos de Europa in Picos de Europa
This national park is huge covering more than six hundred square kilometers of pure magical natural scenery including:
amazing mountains, lakes, and meadows. The wild birds are great to observe. This is a great place for all kinds of
Real Monasterio de San Lorenzo in San Lorenzo de El EscorialThis is a compound of a Monstary and a palace dedicated for San Lorenzo de El Escorial. It is Located to the north west
of Madrid. It was built around 1576 by Kind Felipe II. The palace is in top shape and is always busy with many different
Empúries in Archeological Site in l´Escala
This remarkable seaside heritage treasure encompasses two actual 2000 years towns, the first was established by the
Greeks as a trading port, and then the Romans expanded the town and the port to become a strategic point for the Roman
Empire interests. There is a museum with great exhibitions offering information and artifacts to explore.
Monestir de Lluc in Mallorca
This is a large complex with a monastery, Basilica, a church, and museum, and a grand garden. This dates back to the
17th century. The artifacts and treasures you will find in this complex are amazing, so make sure to have the time and
plan for at least a day in this great site.
Alcazaba in Almería
This Alcazaba is an imposing castle that proved to be militarily very affective over many centuries since mid-tenth
Century and a testimony for the power of the Moorish era in Almeria. The complex is made of three compounds, the top one
is the ruins of the Moorish rulers, and the middle one is the battlements section were the fortification still stand
high and proud of the rich heritage, and the lower section is the living part with homes, lanes, fountains, and baths
that made life comfortable there.
Palacio Real in AranjuezThis former royal palace was established by king Felipe II in the middle of the sixteenth century located in the town of
Aranjuez around 50 Km to the south form the current Spanish capital. This is a beautiful palace museum that showcases
very rich heritage in arts, opulence and great architecture. Make sure to have spare few hours in order to discover this
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