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Things to do in Spain

Spain is an excellent destination for your next adventure. There are options for people of all ages which include: museums, sightseeing, hiking, monuments, mosques, and other buildings, along with the picturesque views of the mountaintop villages.

Spanish festivals provide a unique insight into the culture. Some of the seasonal festivals like Tomatina in August attracts people all over the world and you should never miss this festival in case you plan for Spain travel in August.

If you are young and love the outdoors, hiking, rock climbing, skiing during the winters, water sports are some of the outdoor activities you could enjoy in many cities of Spain.

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