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Kingdom of Spain

  Bright sunbeams, fresh air, golden sandy beaches, ancient history, rich culture, fine cuisine, incredible architecture, fiery flamenco dance and spectacular bullfights – this list of enchanting Spanish attractions is still incomplete. The entire country is a museum annually visited by millions of tourists from around the world.

A few visits to Spain is definitely not enough to explore this country, therefore many visitors come back to visit Spain again and again. Activities in the Iberian island will appeal to anyone: be it youth companies, love couples, families or children. In Spain there are dozens of reserves and national parks, a lot of surfing facilities, as well as numerous ski resorts, so everyone can find an activity to their liking.




When visiting Spain, it is a must to visit most popular sights.


       Park Guell, Barcelona


  Guell – is one of the most beautiful parks in the world. This place captures by its beauty and the incredible combination of architectural sights. Beautiful lanes, picturesque alleys and stunning buildings - this is just a little of what you can see in the Park Guell.




          Sagrada Familia, Barcelona


 The amazing beauty of the church, built entirely on donations, Sagrada Familia architectural project started in the late 19th century, but it has been incomplete by now. This attraction is very popular with tourists because of its unusual architecture.


     Dali Theatre-Museum Costa Brava


  During your visit to Spain it is highly recommended to visit the Theater-Museum of the famous painter, sculptor, writer and graphic Salvador Dali. In total, the exhibition consists of more than 20 rooms, each of which offers its visitors an incredible amount of mysticism, fantasy and illusion. Dali asked to bury him in a way that ordinary people can freely walk around the grave, so the body of the artist is immured in the floor.




 The territory of Spain is divided into three climatic zones:


 North: It starts in Galicia, located on the north-west of the country, and ends in Catalonia, located in the north-east. A quite typical trait of this climatic zone it the relative stability of the temperature. Winter season is soft, but in summer it’s not very hot and dry.


Southeast: The hottest climate zone, which includes the territory of Extremadura and Andalusia. There is almost no typically cold winter, and the summer is dry with low precipitation. The temperature in the region in the summer doesn’t drop below 25° C, and the swimming season ends only in the late autumn.




Central: Central Spain is known for its fickle climate and frequent sudden changes in temperature because of it. It is typical for central Spain to have day and night temperature fluctuations by 10-15° C.


In general, Spain has stable and mild climate. Throughout the year it retains comfortable warm weather, so you can go to Spain anytime. Due to warm sea water the country is a travel destination for many tourists including surfers, who can hone their skills at various resorts with all the necessary conditions.


            Customs clearance


  Customs legislation in Spain is quite loyal. Tourists from EU countries are allowed to import and export an unlimited amount of money, and visitors from other countries at the entrance to Spain can carry up to 10 million euros (or another foreign currency in the equivalent) without the need for declaration.


Provided arriving by road or railway transport it is allowed to import up to 40 cigarettes, provided arriving by plane or ship this limit is increased to 200 cigarettes. One person is allowed to carry maximum 1 liter of alcoholic drinks (with alcohol content over 22%) and something from the list below:


 - Up to 2 liters of alcoholic beverages (with an alcohol content of less than 22%);


 - Up to 4 liters of wine (still);


 - Up to 16 liters of beer.


     Spanish customs officers allow free import of personal belongings including:


  • photographic and video cameras; 
  • sports equipment;
  • travel accessories for outdoor activities;
  • medicines (not more than is necessary).


        Public transport


 Spain has quite a large area, so the country public transport includes not only bus and rail transport but also inland air routes. Every major city has an airport with regular flights in all directions.

The railway network in Spain is so perfect that train travel is comfortable and flexible as bus travel. Train tickets are relatively low cost and the speed of intercountry trains is, in many cases, higher than the speed of a bus.