The classical guitar is also known as the Spanish guitar. And indeed, Spain is guitar crazy. Imagine a warm summer evening somewhere in an Andalucian village or town. You’re enjoying the easiness of a Spanish evening, sipping wine from the glass, eating olives, manchego and jamon. A young guy is practicing the sounds of some famous Spanish guitar players on his guitar. Time stops. Peace and joy starts. This is the intense sound of Spain.
It’s the time of the year that people start to make plans for their holiday. What will it be this year? Having some drinking fun in Cancun? Visiting le Louvre in Paris staying in some old hotel in Quartier Latin? Smoking weed in Amsterdam? Losing your wallet to a pickpocket on Barcelona’s Ramblas? Visiting South Africa to spot some wildlife? Of course there are many more popular tourist destinations.
Spain has a lot to offer when it comes to the good things in life. Beautiful dishes paired with great wines from the many Spanish wine regions. The Spanish cuisine consists of a variety of dishes and is heavily influenced by its rich history and culture. The country’s versatile geography and climate is reflected in thousands of different, unique recipes. And when it comes to wine, Spain is particularly interesting.
Spain is soccer crazy. The national team became world champion in 2010 by beating the Netherlands in extra time. Last year they won the European Championship. But it’s not only the national team that performs well. Real Madrid and Barcelona are amongst the greatest soccer clubs of the world. From a soccer player’s perspective playing in the Primera Division (La Liga) is one of the biggest things to achieve in a soccer career. Playing in Europe’s biggest soccer stadium on a weekly basis, live life like a hero. It’s a privilege to play in Spain’s greatest stadiums! But which are the biggest? Here’s a top 10 soccer stadiums in Spain!