The capital city is well known for its tapas, museums and amazing nightlife. In this city, nothing really starts until midnight. Make sure that you visit one of the world’s largest museums, the Prado as well as the Royal Palace. You will definitely want to allot some time to stroll through Plaza Mayor, the main square.
2. Enjoy Barcelona
As in Madrid, Barcelona is also well-known for its amazing historic streets, late-night eating and partying. Here you will find ample amounts of history, learn to sleep until 10:00 pm, and just like the locals do, eat dinner at midnight. It is strongly suggest that you pay the history museum a visit – it is one of Europe’s very best. One of my favourite cities in the entire world is Barcelona, and I am pretty sure that it is already on your “places I must see” list.
3. Live it Up in La Tomatina
In Buñol, held on every last Wednesday of August, this small town becomes packed with tens of thousands of people in the morning at what time they throw tons upon tons of tomatoes at each other. This was the messiest, yet the most fun hour of travelling I have ever experienced. It cost 10 EUR to purchase a ticket for this festival.
4. Join In Running With the Bulls
In Pamplona, held in July the running of the bulls attracts the brave as well as the stupid. Although I myself would never join in the actual running, the celebration which lasts more than one day is still a great place to wear a red scarf, eat great food, drink sangria and celebrate in a way which only Spain can.
5. Lounge on the Costa Del Sol
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