“When it rains, it pours.” The rain in Spain does fall mainly on the plain, so be sure to pack an umbrella and keep the weather in mind when planning your adventures. The rain aside, you have a lot to look forward to and you can easily spend your entire vacation or leisure time away from business in this one country alone.
If you are a fan of techno and dance music and you are visiting during the summer, you are in for a treat with the Sónar music festival, which showcases up-and-comers in electronic music. But if you are more into alternative rock, attend the Festival Internacional de Benicàssim in the second week of July. Famous names like Franz Ferdinand and Bob Dylan have both performed at this particular venue.
Due to its impressively diverse history, Spain’s art scene and architecture are as equally beautiful and fascinating. Spain’s landscape is dotted with buildings influenced by its Moorish past, as well as European influences from its neighbors France, Germany, and Italy.
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