Visiting the Vibrant Colourful Kingdom of Spain

Welcome to the Royal Kingdom of Spain, that will sweep you off your feet in no time. To begin with, does ‘Hola’ ring a bell when you hear Spain? Hola is Hello in Spanish, which is the world’s 2nd most spoken first language after Mandarin. Personally, I love Spanish because it sounds pretty persuasive. Not to mention, this 4th largest country in EU has well preserved its Spanish essence. Enjoy the fiery flamenco dance, soccer match, spicy Tapas and the sweet Mediterranean vibes.

Spanish Phrases to Learn:

  1. Good Morning Buenos días (Pronounced Bon-ness Ni-az) 
  2. Let’s Go Vamonos (casual alternative Vamos)
  3. Thank You Gracias (Pronounced Gra-See-aaz)
  4. Good Night buenas noches (Pronounced Bon-ness No-chess)

In Spain, Life is a Fiesta

It’s a celebration, every-time you visit Spain! Whether it’s touring the architectural icons, visiting marvellous churches, sunbathing on the beach or simply grabbing a chilled beer in one of the clubs; Spain has a lot to offer to each age group. Perhaps you’ll feel it when a flamenco performer touches your soul. Besides, you can always opt for a Segway City tour, or explore it on foot if you time.

The Colourful and Vibrant Kingdom of Spain

This Kingdom is a sovereign state situated on the Iberian Peninsula in south western Europe. Furthermore, Spain’s diverse landscapes and wildly beautiful cliffs are offset by the charming coves of the Mediterranean. Otherwise, it is surrounded by 2 large archipelagos; namely “Balearic Islands” (Mediterranean Sea) and the Canary Islands around Atlantic coast. In fact, Espagnol is the only European country to share a border with an African country, Morocco! Wherever you go, timeless beauty of Old Spain will follow you.

Spain’s capital and largest city is Madrid, whereas other prime urban areas include Barcelona, Valencia, Seville, Bilbao and Málaga. Capital city Madrid is home to the Royal Palace and Prado museum! Segovia houses the medieval Alcázar castle and Roman aqueduct and Barcelona is famed for Antoni Gaudí’s Sagrada Família church.

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    1. I don’t follow Tennis as much as I love Soccer Mridula 🙂 So The Kingdom of Spain definitely has that influence on me and your Nephew will go gaga watching the sport with Spaniards..Do get him this miniature soccer ball with Spanish team’s signatures as a souvenir..You will find it at most prime souvenir shops..Madrid and Barcelona are the main cities with Royal Palace, Statues, Fountains and Oceanic aquarium..although it’s also the country with a high crime rate, street theft etc..The Countries you have visited are far more beautiful 🙂

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