A little guide on your travel to Spain

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When it comes to traveling to Spain or traveling to any foreign country, you will notice that it is just more convenient if you use a rental car. You'll be able to find a lot of great deals when you look online and talk to your travel agent. You'll find that when you shell out some extra money for cabs and the public transports, you'll only be wasting your money. You could save so much when you just look into renting a car. It is wise to know all the cities to make it easy to choose the destination best suited for you.

 
Since the places of visit are numerous, a tourist would find it difficult to plan his itinerary. One unique aspect of touring in Spain is that most of the places have some monument which is of historical importance. In fact many of the monuments are a challenge to the modern architects. Therefore before planning your visit, identify your area of interest.
 
Malaga is the birth place of the famous artist Picasso. Picasso was an artist of great caliber and made a huge impact on the world of artists today. Artists are of the opinion that Picasso is ultimate and none equal to him were born earlier and none will be born in future. A separate museum has been built next to the world famous palace where the works of Picasso have been exhibited. The entire museum has been built by highly experienced craftsmen who have exhibited their superb crafts work.
 
Spain is known to have quite progressive attitudes towards gay community and people in Europe. In Spain, gay and lesbian couples have same marriage rights like that of heterosexual couples and they can also exercise their rights of adoption similar to that of heterosexual's. In cities like Barcelona and Madrid, you'll find no sexual discrimination between gays and other part of communities.
The Picos de Europa mountain range in the north is another beautiful site. The expansive range, whose name translates as Peaks of Europe, is home to animals such as the Iberian lynx, Cantabrian brown bear, and the Iberian wolf. The glacially sculpted scenery contains the Lakes of Covadonga, and the surrounding mountains are dotted with quiet country towns.
 
Madrid - The dazzling Spanish city is famed for its festivity and fervor for music. The music-loving city offers a great nightlife to get spoiled. One of the most sough-after heritage cities of the world, Madrid calls one to sweat out until night while thriving on musical notes.
 
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This article was published on 2012/05/02