Top 10 things to do in Spain.

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So what exactly has sunny Spain got to write (or call) home about?

 

 


Mooch around Madrid.

 

 

Explore Spain's capital and soak up the culture of its largest city. It’s a paradise for art lovers; and don't miss Madrid's Royal Palace and Plaza Mayor. The controversial tradition of bullfighting is still very much alive in Madrid and Las Ventas Bullfighting Ring hold regular corridas.
 

 

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Climb a mountain.

 

 

There are great opportunities for rock climbing in Spain's mountains. Well-known, challenging climbs include the Naranjo de Bulnes in the Picos de Europa and Monte Perdido in Ordesa National Park.
 

 

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Run with bulls.

 

 

Run with the bulls or join with the crowds at the Festival of San Fermín in Pamplona. The famous 'running of the bulls' through the streets of the centre takes place in July and attracts huge numbers of tourists.
 

 

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Dance the flamenco in Sevilla.

 

 

Andalucía's hedonistic capital is the romantic heart of Spain and the city of flamenco, Carmen and Don Juan. Wander the narrow streets of the Jewish quarter and admire the massive cathedral - the world's largest gothic temple and third largest Christian church.
 

 

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Enjoy some watersports.

 

 

Spain's premier resort for windsurfing and kitesurfing is Tarifa, on the Atlantic coast, and it has strong winds and a beautiful stretch of aqua-blue beach. Surfing is big in the north, particularly around the Basque village of Mundaka.
 

 

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Eat tapas.

 

 

Go from bar to bar trying these Spanish delights. Some of the most well-known dishes include tortillas, patatas bravas and a large amount of chorizo-based dishes.
 

 

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See the Alhambra in Granada.

 

 

This giant fortress will take an entire day to walk around, but it features on most European guides and is well worth a visit. The first Nasrid king, El Ahmar, chose this building as it overlooked the entire city of Granada, giving you the perfect view for some smartphone snaps.
 

 

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Take in a match at Camp Nou.

 

 

You don’t have to be a football fan to appreciate the size and structure of Barcelona’s football stadium. If you are a football fan, it’s worth picking up some tickets and checking out the talents of FC Barcelona’s finest, namely Lionel Messi.

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Party hard in Ibiza.

 

 

Ibiza is definitely where the party’s at. The best DJs in Europe gather here and it’s a haven for clubbers the world over. Around six million tourists that descend on Ibiza each year, but there’s a surprisingly peaceful and beautiful side to discover.
 

 

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Revel at the Benicassim festival.

 

 

Spain’s biggest music festival entices people from the muddy festivals in the UK for a party on the beach in Barcelona. Benicassim lasts for four days. This year it’ll be kicking off on the 16th July with the Prodigy and Florence + The Machine.
 

 

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