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Four Off-Beat Destinations in Spain


Four Off-Beat Destinations in Spain

Spain is the country which is the most visited one!! Spain is beautiful, and people die to visit to witness the Heritage sites and plush resorts, the depicts the confluence of modernity and the traditional.

Whether you’re an avid traveller or are planning to take a break from your monotonous day-to-day routine, plan a Spain trip to get rid of your boredom and refresh yourself. To help you plan your Spanish tour better, in this post we talk about some of the most prominent tourist attractions in the country. Have a look;

Toledo’s Old City


Successively a Roman municipium, the capital of the Visigothic Kingdom, a fortress of the Emirate of Cordoba, an outpost of the Christian kingdoms fighting the Moors and, in the 16th century, the temporary seat of supreme power under Charles V, Toledo is the repository of more than 2,000 years of history. Surrounded on three sides by the gorge of the Tagus river, Toledo’s Old City’s layout is inspired by Moorish, Gothic, and Renaissance architecture. The City includes blind alleys, churches, convents, and hospices that illustrate Spanish culture and way of life. Toledo’s Old City is a part of UNESCO’s cultural heritage and includes a Gothic cathedral and the church of San Tome known for its El Greco masterpiece.

The Prado and Paseo del Artes, Madrid

If you are an art lover and loves spending hours appreciating artworks, then this place is for you. Prado is considered to be one of the world’s top art museum and includes artworks by Goya, El Greco, Velazquez, and other prominent artists of the past centuries. The museum includes the largest collection of Spanish art and also showcases notable work by famous Flemish and Dutch artists.

San Lorenzo de El Escorial


El Escorial de Arriba is a town and municipality in the Community of Madrid, Spain, located to the northwest of the region in the southeastern side of the Sierra de Guadarrama, at the foot of Mount Abantos and Las Machotas [es], 47 kilometres (29 mi) from Madrid. San Lorenzo de El Escorial was the summer home of Spain’s kings. The building includes 16 courtyards connected by 16 kms of corridors. San Lorenzo de El Escorial houses some of the most valuable and rare furnishings, and paintings that depict Spanish art and culture, and the country’s rich heritage. The complex also houses a church, monastery, royal palace, a museum, and a library.

Seville Cathedral and Alcazar


The Cathedral of Saint Mary of the See (Spanish: Catedral de Santa María de la Sede), better known as Seville Cathedral, is a Roman Catholic cathedral in Seville (Andalusia, Spain). It was registered in 1987 by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site, along with the adjoining Alcázar palace complex and the General Archive of the Indies. “See” refers to the episcopal see, i.e., the bishop’s ecclesiastical jurisdiction. It is the third-largest church in the world as well as the largest Gothic church.
Seville Cathedral is the third largest church in the world and includes a 37-meter main altar of statues covered in gold. The building is one of the finest examples of superior Spanish architecture and includes retablos (paintings) that depict the life of Christ.

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