After defeat Germany and then crush Netherland, Spain won the World Cup of 2010 in South Africa. When you go to visit the national tourism website of Spain, the front page gives the conspicuous slogan ‘the way you play is the way you live, congratulations, boys!’ which shows the excitement of people throughout this country.
People in Spain
People in Spain always leave you an impression of open-hearted and communicative. Their hospitality is one of the most important reasons why a lot of tourists would like to come back to Spain again and again.
A large diversity is displayed among people in Spain. You can tell this simply from its languages. 74% of the people speak Castilian Spanish, 17% of them speak Catalan which is a Romance language, and Galician is spoken by 7% of the people while Basque is 2%.
Culture in Spain
The unique and intriguing culture in Spain is something that fascinated tourists for centuries. The Bullfighting activity is flamboyant but controversial. This old activity can trace back to 711AD; the Bull-running is also an event can challenge your courage, which will be held in a narrow street with an angry bull with dangerous sharp horns. This event happened every July in Spain which will always be the hot news on that day all over the world; The Tomato Fight is attractive to tourists as well which is probably the largest food fight event in the world.
Books about Spain
It is much better to travel with a clear aim. People who have no idea of background or historical knowledge about the country they are going to visit can not really enjoy their journey. Maybe they feast their eyes with bewildering master pieces of architectures at first, but after a while, they will feel boring as all the buildings seem to be the same to them. In the end, they come to a conclusion that all countries in Europe are the same. However, if you can prepare some simple common sense before you go, for example, the difference between Rococo Style and Gothic style, you can make the most of your journey.
Here are our recommendations before you visit Spain, the content of which varying from traveling and history:
‘Miracle in Seville, Discovering Spain : An Uncommon Guide, To the Heart of Spain : Food and Wine Adventures Beyond the Pyrenees, Michelin THE GREEN GUIDE Spain, Lonely Planet Spain (Spain, 3rd Ed), Eyewitness Travel Guide to Spain, The New Spaniards, Homage to Barcelona, The Story of Spain, A History of Islamic Spain, Goya in the Twilight of Enlightenment.’
Car rental in Spain
Spain is a place for people who seek for freedom and romance, so what would be more romantic can free than hiring a car to explore this country? Car hiring service is easily accessible and there are plenty of suppliers listed for you. Compare and contrast to find out the one which best suitable for you: Avis, Sixt, Opodo, Enterprises, Europcar, Hertz, Holiday Autos, CarHire3000.
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