Spain is known for its spice of food and life. Using American Charter Services to reserve a private jet charter is a great way to travel. American Charter Services transports its passengers in style and luxury. Spain is known for its various terrains, and culture. The country’s Mediterranean beaches and mountain views make it a must-see destination. Visiting bustling cities such as Barcelona and Ibiza for a night out or visiting the large ancient Cathedrals are a great way to enjoy a trip to Spain.
The capital city of Madrid should be the first stop. Madrid is filled with museums, bookstores and is the country’s financial center. The capital consists of elegant boulevards, manicured parks, and European Art. It is the third most populous city in the European Union with a population of over three million citizens. Many famous artists such as Picasso and Dali have art in some of Madrid’s world-class galleries.
While dining in Madrid expects to be surrounded by century-old vaulted ceilings and old temples. Spain’s cuisine consists of tapas (small plates of food) meat- and -potatoes, and other traditional Spanish dishes. The cities architecture is quite breathtaking. There is a deep history behind the medieval mansions and royal palaces which will not want to be missed.
Seville is a beautiful city that consists of cathedrals and a population of 690 thousand that call Spain home. Seville is the capital of Spain’s southern region Andalusia. This part of Spain is most famous for flamenco dancing. There are also many massive ancient churches that were built in the 1400’s and 1500’s.
Highlights to visit are the Gothic Seville Cathedral and its mighty bell tower known as the Giralda which incorporates the tomb of Christopher Columbus. These massive landmarks were constructed during the Moorish Almohad Dynasty. The Plaza de Espana Seville and the Alcazar of Seville are both great landmarks to visit.
Seville’s cuisine focuses on beans and meat such as pork loin and oxtail. A well-known dish among locals is pork cheek served taps style and is often accompanied by a glass of red wine. For dessert, a torrijas, which is made of stale bread that is soaked in egg, is the perfect way to end the night. The dessert is then covered in sugar syrup and served as an elegant meal in itself.
For travelers who are interested in nightlife and beaches, Ibiza is a great place for after hour activities. Located in the Balearic Islands in the Mediterranean Sea, Ibiza is Spain’s nightlife destination. Ibiza Town and San Antonio are filled with European nightclubs, hotels, bars, and shops.
People who want to seek peace and quiet can attend a yoga retreat and stay in quiet villages surrounded by nature. There is a mix of both lively and quiet on this Mediterranean island. Beachfront dining at a local restaurant is great for lunch or dinner. The food is sourced locally and is also organic. Flavors include smoked chili and basil which bring great flavor to any dish.