Spain is colorful, diverse and passionate and it is no surprise to see it breaking records for tourism. Jam-packed with different attractions, the culture and traditions of Spain create a relaxed atmosphere as well as an enjoyable vacation. Between those popular attractions and amazing getaways, there are incredible moments and spots that are sure to boost your Instagram profile. Just start planning your vacation in Spain and make those bookings. If you are wondering where to stay, Spanish villas make an excellent choice. They are highly sought-after buildings for stay and come with elegant modern touches and amenities. now theta your lodging and trip is taken care of, just keep your camera ready to capture those Instagrammable spots in Spain.
Here are some of the most photographed cities and spots in
Barcelona remains one of the most visited cities in Europe as well as one of the most photographed cities in the world. Barcelona architecture is indeed fascinating, and there are many nooks and coroners that motivate one to click many photos and share on social media. Click those breathtaking views of the city and the exciting restaurants. You are sure to fall in love with the city where there are magnificent spots at every corner for your selfies. Take a picture at Parc Guell famous bench or at the Gaudi’s masterpiece, Casa Batlló, which is best photographed in the morning. Casa Amatller is another stunning building with sharply contrasting styles by Gaudi and lies adjacent to Casa Batllo.
Madrid is filled with magnificent palaces and neoclassical facades that appear on every corner. You will come across instagrammable spots at almost every corner in Madrid. Temple de Debod, the Egyptian temple overlooking Casa De Campo is a dreamy place in Madrid. The right time to capture the temple is during the sunset as the illuminated temple gets reflected in the water. Círculo de Bellas Artes offers the most remarkable views of Madrid undoubtedly and boasts of breathtaking panoramas. Arrive around the golden hour to watch the sun melt within the seas. Swarm with other tourists at the Plaza Mayor that offers an authentic Spanish charm and is an enjoy to shoot at. There are also lots of restaurants and must eat places in Madrid that are very photogenic.
Ronda village in Andalusia will enchant you from the very first moment. Placed on top of a deep narrow valley and bounded by river gorges, the village can be reached by just one winding road. The Vejer looks like a collection of Sugarcubes between the hills of Andalusia, and one is sure to get lost in its labyrinth of alleyways and can simply wander. Andalucia has some beautiful spots that add a special meaning to sunset, what with those colors bathing the landscape. You could go to Albaicin, the El Tajo canyon and Rocío Marshes in the Doñana Natural Park. The Alpujarra villages across Granada and Almeria provinces boast of a dramatic landscape and picture-perfect spots. The group of Alhambra Palace and gardens receive millions of visitors every year, and the spectacular place with intricate plasterwork is worth capturing in your lens.
Seville is home to one of the prettiest and elaborate plazas, Plaza de España. The plaza has a red brick Neo-Moorish edifice on one side and verdant park on the other. There are tiled panels decorated on the flanks, and each of those tiled panels depict each of the country’s regions. The buildings and churches with unique architecture are worth a visit. Barrio Santa Cruz, the historically Jewish neighborhood is a spot full of history. Barrio de Triana is another picturesque neighborhood of Seville.
Segovia looks like a setting straight out of a storybook. The Roman aqueduct as the exuberant cathedral and flamboyant alcazar dominates the cityscape and remains one of the most photographed spots. It is incredible to learn that Plaza del Azoguejo with its 120 pillars and 166 arches does not carry a drop of mortar. Alcazar of Segovia with its numerous beautiful angles is with raising your camera at. Cathedral of Segovia is the crown of Segovia and was built in the Gothic style.
Toledo province makes for fascinating scenery with up to 13 well-aligned windmills. Edo stands tall in Iberian history and is set on hills rising from the arid plains. The cobbled lanes of the wonderfully intimate city have seen plenty of history. Capture the shots of the leafy courtyards through high wooden doors and pause by the time-worn houses. Wander apron the Plaza de Santa Clara with your camera in hand. It is indeed a unique experience to explore the streets of Toledo looking for the very best sights and activities. Popular spots include Toledo’s Cathedral, the Alcázar, and the Monasterio de San Juan de Los Reyes.
La Laguna and La Gomez
La Laguna is a stunning historic town in Tenerife. It is indeed an experience to walk on its narrow streets lined with bars, cafes, and pastel-colored houses. Just set your camera clicking as you are sure to get many perfect places within La Laguna. Click those old-style buildings, gorgeous streets and wonderful street cafes. You can take pictures of the Cathedral of La Laguna, Iglesia de la Concepcion, and Plaza del Adelantado, Shoot within the Plaza del Cristo, which is a lively market that sells flowers and vegetables. La Gomez is another interesting village nearby, and both villages offer several picturesque spots that are Instagram worthy.