When it comes to summer, a few things will be certain about your visit to Spain: heat, tourists and loads of things to do, see and celebrate. With that in mind, here are a few of the season’s most popular events worth adding to your Spanish summer holiday list.
Category: Top Attractions
May 13, 2013
Located in the northeastern community of Aragon, the city of Zaragoza dates back to Roman times and gains special fame as the birthplace of Christianity in Spain.
March 11, 2013
During the last week of Lent, just before Easter, Catholic brotherhoods in cities around Spain prepare for the ultimate religious event: Semana Santa, or Holy Week.
January 14, 2013
When you think of Spain, skiing doesn’t really come to mind, now does it? Well, it should. With ski resorts sprinkled around the country, chances are that, during winter, a snowy excursion is only a short drive away.
October 22, 2012
I say Pamplona, you think of the running of the bulls. This is the town’s most famous event and the one that has put it on the world stage, especially after Ernest Hemingway made his name by writing about it in The Sun Also Rises. But there is more to Pamplona than just the chaos of bulls chasing runners through the narrow city streets.
October 9, 2012
Every year hundreds of thousands of us flock to Spain‘s 5,000 miles of coast in search of sun, sand and sea. Are we finding the best beaches, though? Here are some excellent destinations where you’ll find the best beaches in Spain: