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Do you recall the old guidebook picture of Spain as a land of bullfights, dance performances and miles of sunny beach? Of course they are all still there, but those who come to Spain will find a way of going far beyond these stereotyped notions. Spain will satisfy every taste, from the crowded Madrid Fine Arts Mall to the Ibiza parties capitol, be it for eggs and crisps or for crisps or crisps.
The bustling seaside towns on the Costa Blanca, Mallorca and Tenerife ensure that the public is satisfied with the three S's, Sun, Sea and Sangria, while some of the best Spanish towns you can see, such as Valencia and Barcelona, others draw with their cultures, surprising architectural styles and first rate museum collections..... Spain has one of the most diverse sceneries in Europe, from incredibly luxuriant meadows in the north of Asturias to the breathtaking arid regions of Andalusia in the southern part.
However, for whatever reasons you have decided to come to Spain, you will certainly have a good period while you are here. Now, what other land has a festival that includes tossing a million lazy tomatoes at each other or chasing a cop through a town? Spain's most important sales argument is the climate.
The southern, eastern and southern parts of the country are experiencing boiling summer, with mean summer temperature in the early 20' and early 30' years. When you have already begun to perspire, you can always flee towards the far northern hemisphere, where the Atlantic keeps the temperature lower. Spain's winters are generally temperate; although mean temperature can be quite low in the lowlands such as Madrid, you should dress warmer.
If you still have any doubts about when to go, go to the Canary Islands, where you can enjoy the warm summers all year round.