Quick, somebody get me a pitcher of Sangria!
It’s summertime, and that’s got me dreaming of Spain – sleeping in, lolling about by the ocean, tapas in the afternoon, and late-night revelry. Of course, there’s more to summertime in Spain than being a total lush, so don’t miss out on the good stuff.
I know virtually nothing about architecture, but I know that when it comes to Spain – and Barcelona in particular – there’s one guy that stands out.
The highlight of my stay in Barcelona was easily Gaudí Park, which showcases his fascinating architecture and the best panoramic view in town. And after all that sightseeing, you’ve definitely earned your evening sangria.
For sunny, clean beaches, go to the port city of Alicante in the south of Spain. Look into Alicante airport transfers so you don’t waste any time getting there. There are multiple beaches to explore, with an abundance of white sand and shady promenades.
Arguably the most famous festival in Spain, San Fermín takes place every summer in Pamplona. More commonly known as the Running of the Bulls, it is nine full days of absolute madness. Attendees dress in matching white clothes accessorized with red bandannas, and wait anxiously for the morning, when the bulls thunder down the streets.
Now, seriously. Where’s that sangria?