Have you ever read Facts About Spain? Spain is located in the Iberian peninsula in Europe with the population of 40,400,000 people, their official language is Spanish. They speak four other languages. It is the birth place of a great artist picasso. The Spanish call their country España.
Madrid, as the Spain’s capital city, is exact in the center of the country. The currency in Spain is the Euro. It produces 44% of all the earth’s olive oil.
Soccer is the most popular sport. Spain government is a Parliamentary monarchy. The economy of Spain is the twelfth-largest economy in the world More women than men are currently enrolled in Spain’s universities. Here team sports are not included in school programs, so private sports club are indulged.
It’s one of the first European country to ban smoking in public places and the national anthem is called La Marcha Real (The Royal March).
The weather in Spain in sunny usually Northern Europeans fly to Spain to lie on the famous beaches.
Interesting Facts About Spain
The top 10 beaches in Spain are :
1. San Sebastian
2. Playa de las Catedrales
3. Playa del Silencio
4. Ses Illetes
6. Balaeric Islands
7. Beaches of Sitges
8. Catalonia, near Barcelona
9. Nerja, Costa del Sol, Andalusia
10. La Barrosa, Chiclana de la Frontera, Cádiz
11. Tarifa, Andalusia
12. Gandia, Costa Brava
13. Playa de los Peligros
The food in Spain is not spicy, they avoid corn, flour tortillas and use garlic. The economy of the country mainly depends on agriculture and produces wheat, vegetables, olives, grapes, and cork.
Industries like textiles, automobiles, machine tools, metal products are mainly situated in Madrid region.
The Spanish Lead A Healthier Lifestyle, it is a safer country especially for children and the best of Spain is the museum and monuments, the country has a long history of producing fine wines.
The wine producing regions of Spain is northern Spain which produces both red and white. Spain is a popular destination too, it has two archipelagoes the volcanic Canary Islands and the Balearic Islands the sea foods prepared tingle the taste buds. Spain is known for its railway systems connecting many of the smaller cities with the larger ones.
Festivals in Spain
* Every year 30,000 people gather on the Spanish town of Bunol to throw more than 240,000 pounds of tomatoes at each other named La Tomatina festival.
* Tamborrada de San Sebastian is a drum festival
* The Disguised Devils in which the boys dressed as devils march in procession
* Dia de Santiago is a celebration of the patron Saint of Spain
Travelling to Spain
While travelling to Spain entry permits or visas and other paperwork that may be required depending on the individual’s country.
The best time to visit Spain is July and August which is the busiest periods for international travelers.
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