Andorra is one the awesome country is enclosed by Spain and France. If you are a sports person then you will love to visit this beautiful Skiing place. It is one of the beautiful skiing destinations in northeastern Spain. In winter many visitors visit Andorra as it is considered as the world’s best skiing destinations and the beauty of the place pulls the visitors to travel to the country and enjoy its natural beauty.
The area of Andorra is also known as area of the Valley. This tiny country is surrounded by land in southwestern-Europe. It is perfectly located on eastern Pyrenees Mountains and delimited by France and Spain. It is the wealthiest city in entire Europe. The certified language of Andorra is Catalan but also French, Portuguese, and Spanish are also generally spoken by the people. It is richest city because of its outstanding tourism industry. Every year over 10.2 million visitors come from all over the world to this awesome place.
Andorra is not only richest country but also the most gorgeous country, it is a heaven on earth, people who visited this place definitely agree with this statement. At Andorra you will totally enjoy all types of outdoor events like mountain biking, hiking on mountains slopes, and also kayaking the most exiting outdoor activity. You can also gift yourself with adorable gifts and the best part is no tax is included on goods you purchase, all are tax-free shops.
The sad part is Andorra has not railway station or Airport, if you are travelling in train then you need to go to Latour-de-carol and then to Toulouse from there you need to take a connecting train to France TGV-at-Toulouse that travels 2km of the border of Andorran. Airport is also not closer to the Andorran you need to travel three hours from Toulouse or from Barcelona to reach Andorran.
Visit once and surely you will never forget this heavenly spot in your life and you will surely look forward to spending your vacation again in Andorra.
Tenerife is the largest area of the Canary Islands which has almost 1 million inhabitants and the most populous of Spain. Landmark of the island is the volcano Mount Teide, which rises majestically in the middle of the island and the climate significantly influences.
Same with other Canary islands it’s also a popular holiday destination, not only in water but also in the countryside it has many ecologically valuable and historically influenced attractions.
At 3,718 meters high, Teide, is the highest peak in Spain and therefore already on approach to Tenerife. In the 2,000 m peak of Teide, a huge caldera (crater) stands out with 17 km diameter. As a natural weather divide it also determines the climate of the island.
The mountain region around Mount Teide is Tenerife’s largest national park, and since 2007 on the UNESCO World Heritage Site . In the past, the area numerous film productions served as a beautiful backdrop.
One can either take the Teide walk or a cable car that runs to about 200 m below the top. From there, branch out several trails, one leading to the summit. This promotion is only possible with the permission, which are obtained on the Internet or through the Office of the National Park Service in Santa Cruz de Tenerife. Without permission, there is the possibility of La Rambleta (cable car) to the viewpoints La Fortaleza and Pico Viejo ascend. They offer wonderful views over Tenerife and the other islands of the archipelago.
What is the craziest party in the world? There is no doubt that the answer is the Running of the bulls of San Fermin in Pamplona. Every summer, hundreds of young runners from all over the world gather to try their luck by running from a group of bulls on the run. This small Spanish village every July the 6th begins the festivities in honour of its patron saint, San Fermin, although the most famous and fascinating of the celebrations is the “bull”, or the running of the bulls. The party began at noon on July 6 with the launch of the rocket (the chupinazo) from the balcony of the City Hall and thereafter each morning at 8 o’clock a group of six bulls and a few steers are released from pens at the base of the hill of Santo Domingo.
From here the bulls chase through the streets of the old city, from Plaza Consistorial to Mercaderes street, passing through Estafeta Street until you enter the Plaza de Toros. If you want to run the race know that it is open to all who provide proof of age, are sober and lucid, which is not easy, as the habit of staying up late partying during those days is regular. The race, however, is not without its risks and each year some naive tourists end up bruised at the emergency room. If you prefer to watch the race from a secure location you can just rent a place in one of the private balconies along the route or take a seat in the Plaza de Toros.
The entry of riders and bulls in the square is quite spectacular. The festival of San Fermin is not limited to the running of the bulls every morning. In fact, along the streets of Pamplona the Parade of the Giants is held, where you can dance between the huge paper mache masks and every night you can enjoy the sky illuminated by a fireworks show.
The Feast of San Fermin ended on July the 15 when the Pamplona residents join in the Plaza de Castillo and from here a procession by candlelight to the old cathedral is held. The official closing is marked by fireworks launched at midnight.
When speaking of love and care in making wine, the Bodegas Gómez Cruzado is a great example.
Paul Baths, one of its proud owners, is actively involved in the process. While Ascension Diaz, director of the winery, is responsible for receiving visitors.
In this winery in La Rioja in Spain, they have a unique tasting room and a dining area, that makes you feel that you are just at home.
Although they had a recent refurbishment, it still maintains its original structure (windows, lighting, and the essence of the original building), which occurred in 1886.
The Bodegas Gómez Cruzado produces simple wines like Beloved, white, pink and red. A perfect destination for wine lovers.
Zaragoza is in an ideal geographical point. It is located in the middle of Madrid and Barcelona, and also between Valencia and Bilbao. That is, if you visit any of these popular destinations, you can drop by this city, which in turn, will amaze you with its timeless beauty.
Zaragoza also has the privilege of being in the fertile margins of the second longest river in Spain: the Ebro.
This city of Aragon has something to offer for every traveler. In this place, you can see Roman ruins, monumental cathedrals, medieval villages and castles as well.
In addition, the nature that surrounds Zaragoza makes it an ideal place for trekking, mountain biking, climbing, mountaineering, canoeing, kayaking, rafting, skiing and everything imaginable.
Zaragoza is a city of four cultures. The testimonies of life in the area date back to the cave paintings, where you can visit in the caves in the province of Dolmens. In the museum, you can see the remains of archaic settlements of the 5th century BC, who was in Salduba.
The traces of the passage of the Romans in the old part of the city is another major attraction. The variety of historical monuments that keep telling the rich history of Zaragoza deserves the attention of every traveler.
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