You and your loved ones will be enthralled at historical sites, culture, and a vibrant nightlife in an array of sparkling cities. Barcelona is one example of a Spanish cosmopolitan city celebrated for its fascinating architecture. The capital of the country is Madrid with its historic museums and other visitor attractions. As you visit along the Mediterranean coastline, you’ll find a region Spaniards refer to as the Costa Blanca.
If you live in North or South America, you’ll be used to a different type of Spanish than heard or used in Spain. The most widely spoken Spanish in the boundaries in Spain is Castilian is the most widely spoken. You’ll experience Catalan, Galician and Basque in the borders of Spain and the Catalan is a type of Spanish closely related to Portugal and is influenced by the Italian and French languages. Visitors arriving from outside Spain enter through any one of numerous airports in Spain.
One you land you’ll be met with many styles of Food and Accommodations. The airport could be an introduction to Spanish culture could be your choice of snack foods or personal items purchased. As you travel through Spain and frequent Spanish restaurants you’ll experience little frozen food is served. The average foods served are fresh meat, fresh vegetables with spices, and other raw high quality ingredients used in most Spanish dishes.
Your vacation will find that lunch and dinner times are different from other parts of the world. Spaniards start their lunchtime later, often at around two o’clock in the afternoon. Spaniards sit down to their dinner much later which is usually about eight or nine o’clock. In fact, dinner is often found being eaten later than nine o’clock. One great way to meet and interact with local people is in Bars with no age limit can be found across the nation. Public drunkenness is rare, and is frowned upon in Spain.