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Monday, May 16, 2011

Why Choose Spain For Your Honeymoon

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By Kalyan Kumar

If you're familiar enough, the Spanish music is very romantic. Spain in itself is a great country that offers so many wonderful attractions to visitors from other parts of the world. So if you'd like to be surrounded by the real Spanish whether people, music, food and tourist spots, then consider a romantic honeymoon in Spain, where else.
Whether you're still engaged to be married or have already tied the knot, this country is one of the top destinations for an unforgettable and unique European honeymoon. There are just plenty of places you can visit with your loved one so choose wisely according to your personal preference and budget.

When in Barcelona, the most romantic place to explore is the Magic Fountain of Montjuic. You can find here a huge fountain here built way back in 1929 by some 3,000 workers and which features a fantastic show of different acrobatics of water, colorful lights and classical music. This spot alone is strongly recommended for men still planning a wedding proposal to their bride-to-be.
In Jaen located in Spain's south-central part specifically in Andalusia, the Cazorla National Park provides a breathtaking environment conducive to romance. You can stroll around here and hike to the mountains, waterfalls and lakes. Far from the buzz of the city, this place is a UNESCO biosphere reserve and is truly a gem of Spain. Other areas worth exploring are Jaen's historical structures such as the Saint Catalina's Castle, Saint Ildefonso's Church, Jaen Cathedral, Arab Baths, Museum of Arts and the San Andres Chapel.
While in the vicinity of Andalusia, you may also want to visit La Alhambra in the Granada area. The place lends for a romantic stroll because of the peaceful and romantic atmosphere. La Alhambra is a popular monument in Granada owing to the old Moorish Palace in place built in 1492 for the last Muslim Emirs of Spain and the Genarlife gardens. It also boasts of a beautiful architecture, lovely courtyards with colorful flowers.
Caceres is also strongly recommended for European honeymooners. The Old Town, for instance, is a wonderful place to experience together with your loved one. There are many old buildings, churches, palaces and cobbled streets you can explore. Being a peaceful place, you can spend a relaxing and intimate vacation here for as long as you want. You can do whatever you want from morning till night without having to worry about huge crowds and traffic.
Visit Lanzarote as well and enjoy the beautiful beaches and amazing landscape there. Situated in the Eastern part of the Canary Islands, Beach Famara is highly recommended because of its long stretch of sandy beach where you can just laze in the sun or take a dip in the waters. Famara's small village is also worth the trip because of its relaxed atmosphere.
Finally if you love classical and modern music, visit Canary Islands where you can have a great time at the various entertainment spots in place. A yearly music festival takes place there that features some of the best classical music by local and international artists and conductors.
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