At the level of history, Spain has a lot to learn, it has been an influence throughout South America, and many islands in the Pacific and they are one of the countries in the world where there is still a monarchy.
Culturally, Spain is highly developed and has made great contributions to humanity in this regard, Miguel de Cervantes was Spanish, he and many other authors, as well as artists of all kinds, Dalí and Picazo being of the best known in different artistic branches.
Looking at it from this perspective, learning to how to speak Spanish, more than a benefit, is a trip to a beautiful culture and only starting with Spain will you fall in love with the language.
Let’s get to know Spain, from its most iconic places:
The Royal Palace of Madrid is located is this city, which is the capital of the country, it was built in 1755, in the same location as the Old Alcázar, residence of the kings of Castile, destroyed by the fire, and which in turn was built on a fortification of the Muslim kingdom of the 9th century. Inside the palace you can see the Throne Room, the Royal Armory, one of the most important collections of its kind, and the gorgeous gardens, such as the Campo del Moro or the Jardines de Sabatini.
The Prado Museum or as its name is in Spanish, El Museo del Prado is one of the most important in the world, and it ranks eleventh among the most visited museums on earth. This museum is not very extensive due to lack of space, so it exhibit only the best paintings and collections, and because of this, it is considered the museum with the most masterpieces per square meter. Right next to it, you will find the Botanical Garden.
Real Madrid Stadium
The Santiago Bernabéu stadium is one of the most visited places in the country, due to which the Real Madrid football club is internationally known, so many people take the opportunity to discover its museum and the cups obtained by the team. The place is not only visited by fans of the team, but soccer fans worldwide.
San Juan de Gaztelugatxe
The spectacular staircase that leads to Dragonstone, the place where Daenerys sits upon her arrival in Poniente; this place is located in the province of Vizcaya, and is as amazing as a nest of tourists eager to take their photo and evoke the symbolic scenes of Game of Thrones.
It is an amazing, large and beautiful beach, incomparable to many others in the country, it is very famous and visited but you have space to walk far, take photos and enjoy its sands and Atlantic winds.
The coves of Menorca
Balearic Islands. Menorca is the third jewel in the crown: a favorite destination of many until a decade ago, due to its striking beauty. You can spend a different day and meet both locals and tourists since in summer it is usually much visited.
The Alhambra of Granada
A World Heritage Site and possibly one of the wonders of the modern world, the Alhambra (and Granada in general) receives a large number of tourists, but it is certainly worth visiting, it is an architectural and cultural beauty.
Located in Barcelona, it is Gaudí’s masterpiece, and the greatest exponent of Catalan modern architecture. Its construction began in 1882. The work that Gaudí carried out, that is, the Nativity façade and the crypt, was included in 2005 by Unesco in the World Heritage Site. It is one of the most visited places in Spain.
You will undoubtedly love Spain and visiting its beauties, which are many more than those we have shown you in this article, you will be able to communicate directly with people of many nationalities, but especially with Spanish speakers. In addition, you will know from within the cultural beauties of the country and in the end, we assure you you will have triumphed, since the fastest way to learn to speak Spanish is to know, have contact and above all be part of its culture from the root.
Consult with us and we can advise you both on your learning Spanish program and on your trip.