Madrid is the capital of Spain and the third largest city in EU after London and Paris. The Spaniards that live in the city seems to have acquired a taste for the ever so popular German-invented American Cuisine - the Hamburger. Below are some of the best burger joints you will find in this Spanish capital.
The cathedral is a monstrous architectural marvel that features 5 naves, and boasts the tag of being the largest Gothic edifice in Europe. Still within the UNESCO listed property is the elliptical space of Cabildo that was created by Hernan Ruiz and features one of the most beautiful works of Renaissance.
See more of Spain by visiting the charming city of Cadiz.
After the Spanish conquistadors conquered much of Latin America, the country amassed a lot of wealth; wealth which would later help the country build some of the best tourist facilities in the world. As much as a person would like to say that the country is rich and that is why it has so many adventure destinations, one cannot deny the fact that the country is endowed with very beautiful natural adventure destinations. Below is an attempt to list the top such destinations.
With its tentacles spreading in every sphere of European politics, education, entertainment, environment, media, fashion, science, culture, and the arts; the city of Madrid is a big tourists' magnet. It has a population of 6.5 million people, it is the capital of Spain and it is the third largest metropolitan area after London and Berlin. The city has a long history, but here is a brief overview.
As far as vacation destinations go, Madrid, Spain is among the most beautiful and oft-visited in the world. International tourists as well as Spaniards from outside the city love to make Madrid their holiday destination regardless of the time of year. And some of the best places for those visitors to stay are at the citys many luxury and boutique hotels.
Do you want to see a lot of wildlife and venture in the jungle? Do you want to snorkel and dive? Do you want to ski and ice-fish? Depending on your answer, you can go to Africa for a real jungle and wildlife experience, to Australia for diving and snorkeling and to North America or Europe for skiing.
Cabo de Gata-Nijar Natural Park is considered the biggest terrestrial-maritime reserve in the West Mediterranean Sea in Europe.