TOP 7 things to do in Spain in 2022 (part 2)
1. Break away in Ibiza
The Spanish island of Ibiza is one of the most famous hangout spots in Europe and the world. The super-popular discos Pacha and Amnesia are located there, and once you find them, you will forget about the rest of the world. On this world-famous tourist island, incredible foam parties with fantastic live electronic music are precisely that (of course, if your energy is way over the top).
2. Take a kitesurfing course
Kitesurfing has grown in popularity in Spain to the point where the country hosts yearly international kitesurfing festivals. In terms of the amount of emotions and adrenaline, this extreme sport cannot be compared to any other. So, with a few tutorials, you'll be able to tackle the sea and the sky on your own.
3. Taste some local wines
Spain is the world's third-largest wine producer (after France and Italy) and the world's first vineyard country. Because the nation is known for its vineyards and delicious wines, you should plan a day trip to one of the local wineries. You will be able to sample a wide range of different variations of this noble drink here.
4. Visit Gaudi's Park in Barcelona Spain
On the other hand, is known for more than just its cuisine and bullfighting. Another of this sunny country's selling points is its architecture, which is unquestionably crowned by the works of the great Antoni Gaudí. Walking around Barcelona, where the great Catalan lived and worked, you can appreciate this architect's talent: the majestic Sagrada Familia Cathedral, Casa Vicens, Casa Mila, Park Guell, and Casa Batlló — this is what makes this city unique.
5. Go out to a flamenco concert
All Spaniards should be proud of their country's flamenco school. Even if you don't understand the depths of this art form, it's worth seeing a spectacular dance performance. Those who enjoy dancing as a hobby or as a profession should surely attend a show by top-tier performers who will demonstrate the best practices of the Spanish flamenco school. Yes, Spain and flamenco are inseparable.
6. Participate in Spanish floristry competition
Flower festivals, where Spaniards compete in the art of floristry by decorating their courtyards with incredible colourful compositions, are another peculiarity of Spain. Locals will dress you up in a traditional Spanish costume and serve you their own wine over the event, and you can give a hand by decorating their courtyards and singing Spanish folk songs with them. It seems that the entire city is covered in a live carpet of buds and greenery during this season.
7. And my favourite one
Find a groom Spain is rightfully known as the grooms' country, with only nine signoras for every ten signors. Realizing that, local girls are said to be highly whimsical and often do not take good care of themselves, believing themselves to be princesses, according to foreigners residing in Spain. Simultaneously, rules that defend women's rights are steadily depriving men of those same rights. As a result, caballeros with serious intents frequently gaze in the direction of foreign women.