Spain is a sovereign state, situated on the Iberian Peninsula in southwestern Europe. Its mainland is bordered to the Mediterranean Sea. Only a small portion has its boundary with Gibraltar. This is one of the most fantastic tourist places. Let us see the top 10 most stunning things to see in Spain.
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10. Campo del Moro Park
The location is at the Paseo Virgen del Puerto. You can visit the park anytime during the day. The best time to go there is during weekends when there is much hustle and bustle. The part is being visited by both local and international visitors. It is open throughout the week. The gardens’ centerpiece is standing halfway along the Pradera, and has been designed by Ventura Rodríguez. The only entrance is from Paseo de la Virgen del Puerto.
9. Church of Santa Barbara
The church remains open all days of the week because it is a place of prayers. It is a Catholic church that has been constructed in Neoclassic style, and is situated in central Madrid
8. National Library of Spain
The library remains open from Tuesday to Sunday; 8 am to 18:00 pm. It is closed on Mondays and public holidays.
7. Palacio de Liria
This palace is open from Tuesday to Sunday. The timings are 10 am to 15:00 pm for the public. The entrance fee is 5 Euro.
6. Sala Alcala 31
Located in the building of Antonio Palacios, it was constructed in 1943. The building is the house of offices of Department of Employment, and Tourism & Culture. The metro that can lead you there is Metro Sevilla (Line 2).
5. Puerta de Toledo
The Puerta de Toledo can be viewed anytime during Tuesday to Sunday. On Mondays, the timings may change. But you can visit it from 10 am to 6:30 pm.
4. Museum of Outdoor Sculpture
The most interesting thing about this museum is that it remains open 24 hours from Monday to Sunday. The outer side of the museum has collections of abstract Spanish sculptures, situated in the Castellana since 1972. It is present under the flyover, connecting the streets of Juan Bravo and Eduardo Dato. Take bus#5, 7, 9,14,19, 27, 45, 147 or 150 to reach this museum.
3. Statue of Philip IV
The best time explore this statue is from Tuesday to Sunday. Timings change season to season, Mondays and public holidays are off here.
2. Palacio de Villahermosa
The palace is situated in the Paseo del Prado. It is only few minutes walk away from the Prado Museum, the Buen Retiro Park, and the Plaza Cibeles. The closest metro stations are Retiro and Banco de España.
1. Market of San Miguel
It remains open from 8 am to 19:00 pm every day except Tuesday. There is no entrance fee because this is mainly a shopping center that grasps the attention of tourists and local visitors.
Being one of the major tourist hubs, Spain remains full of international visitors all days of the year. So, before you plan a trip there, be assured to book your hotel in advance.