Not many people know that Spain is the second most visited country in the world. Renowned for its beautiful cities, Spain has something to offer for everyone. Each nook and corner of Spain is full of fascinating culture, rich history, delicious food, and stunning natural beauty.
The country's incredible landscapes are best explored if you rent a car for the duration of your trip. There are many car hire companies in Spain, including global leaders like Avis, Hertz, Europcar, Goldcar, and many domestic cars companies that are also active across Spain. To get the best hire cars, you should compare car rental prices and offers online, preferably before arriving in Spain. You can also ask your hotel to do a car hire comparison for you to find the best cheap car hire options. There are many options when hiring a car in Spain. The major airports have over twenty companies on-site that offer rental cars.
With a rental car in place, here are the top 5 reasons to visit Spain.
Spain is a country of diverse landscapes. With majestic mountains of the Northern Pyrenees, the magnificent Picos de Europa, the beautiful Sierra Nevada in the south, and the grand Mount Teide Volcano on the Canary Island of Tenerife, the incredible landscapes of Spain offer some of the most stunning views. Remember that Spain is also home to the only desert in Europe, de Cabo de Gata in Almeria.
While exploring the stunning landscapes of Spain, take some time out to make some stops to explore Spain's rich history as well. With a rich Moorish past, Spain has seen the horrors of the Spanish Civil War, a dictatorship, the Golden Age, and again a return to democracy. Spain's fascinating history is preserved in many museums and buildings today. To see one of the best examples of Moorish architecture in the world, drive your rental car to Cordova's Mosque. It is from here that you will get a true sense of the rich legacy of the country.
Spain has some of the most beautiful islands in Europe. If you want to party, head over to the party island of Ibiza. Visit the volcanic landscape of Tenerife, and then also make a stop to check out the peaceful and serene Menorca and Graciosa in the Canary Islands - places that are so unique that the streets themselves are entirely made up of sand.
One of the reasons to visit Spain is also to check out the world-famous traditional dance of Spain, Flamenco. Flamenco is not just a style of dance. It also involves guitar playing and singing that originates from Andalusia in southern Spain. The rich cultural tradition of Flamenco is linked with the Romani gypsy community of Spain and is today a world-famous style of dance.
Some of the most famous painters of the world hailed from Spain. From Picasso to de Goya, you can see the works of the most famous artists in Spain in the many art galleries spread across the country. Stop in Madrid to see Prado and Reina Sofia, and then drive your rental car to see Bilbao's unique Guggenheim, and then onwards to Barcelona's Picasso Museum. There are many smaller museums as well spread across Spain that make for a great visit.
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