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10 Famous Places to Visit in Spain under Budget

Are you always dreaming of coming to Spain but you are on a student loan or currently on a budget?  Luckily, Spain is one of the most affordable countries in Europe, so you can easily travel there without overthinking your budget. 

  • 10 Famous Places to Visit in Spain under Budget
  • 10 Famous Places to Visit in Spain under Budget
  • 10 Famous Places to Visit in Spain under Budget
  • 10 Famous Places to Visit in Spain under Budget
  • 10 Famous Places to Visit in Spain under Budget
  • 10 Famous Places to Visit in Spain under Budget
  • 10 Famous Places to Visit in Spain under Budget
  • 10 Famous Places to Visit in Spain under Budget
  • 10 Famous Places to Visit in Spain under Budget
10 Famous Places to Visit in Spain under Budget
10 Famous Places to Visit in Spain under Budget
10 Famous Places to Visit in Spain under Budget
10 Famous Places to Visit in Spain under Budget
10 Famous Places to Visit in Spain under Budget
10 Famous Places to Visit in Spain under Budget
10 Famous Places to Visit in Spain under Budget
10 Famous Places to Visit in Spain under Budget
10 Famous Places to Visit in Spain under Budget

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    Spain is known for delicious Spanish cuisines, soulful music, golden sandy beaches, and colorful nightlife which will guarantee that you will pass a fantastic time there.

    To start with, we are proposing 10 famous places in Spain you can visit without breaking the piggy bank.

    City sightseeing tour

    Barcelona is one of the most visited places in Spain for its architectural attractions. However, it might be pricey to visit each one of them. Luckily, you can enjoy the city’s art-nouveau style architecture from the street for free. So go enjoy Barcelona’s open air museum with the self-guided Gaudi walking tour. 

    Do not miss to re-do the same itinerary after dark to enjoy another level of experience.

     


    Picasso Museum 

    Pablo Picasso lived almost all his life in Barcelona and is now one of the most renowned artists worldwide.

    In his hometown museum, you can enjoy over 4000 pieces of his artwork while learning more about his childhood and his lifestyle. 

    You can enter the museum for free on these days:

    1. the first Sunday of every month, 
    2. Every Thursday between 6:00 pm and 9:30 pm.
    3. Every Sunday after 3:30 pm


    The Nasrid palaces

    The Nasrid Palaces are the highlight of the visit to Alhambra. It was built for Muslim rulers. With its finely designed stucco walls and wooden ceilings, bright blue and yellow tiling; you can easily feel that Arabian vibe. It is one of the most visited places in Spain

    If you feel inspired by this Arabian style, you can always reproduce it at home.



    Gaudí’s Park Güell

    You can definitely relax in this beautiful green space with amazing sculptures while sitting on its colorful, mosaic bench. However, this park is mostly famous for the terrace overlooking Barcelona.

     


    The Magic Fountain of Montjuïc

    The magic fountain was made for the Great Universal Exhibition – Barcelona’s first International World’s fair in 1929.

    It took 3,000 workers one year to complete. Tourists from all over the world come to enjoy it shows.

    The fountain lights up with an impressive water, light, and music show almost every weekend of the year except from January 7 – February 28.

     


    Cadaqués, Costa Brava

    Catalonia’s Costa Brava is known for its beautiful beaches. However, those areas are touristy and might be expensive

    So skip these worn destinations and seek out the Costa Brava’s smaller villages. Cadaqués, is one of those small villages known for its fishermen. It is one of the most beautiful regions and remains unspoiled.


    Chocolat 

    It is necessary not to leave Madrid without tasting the Spanish churros. Spanish churros are one of the most famous Spain foods. Therefore, Chocolat is a landmark in Madrid. You can enjoy your Spanish churros along with fresh orange juice that you can find all throughout Spain (more common than bottled orange juice) at a very reasonable price.


    Sobrino de Botin

    It is the oldest restaurant in the world as per the Guinness World Record. You cannot leave Madrid without visiting, but make sure to make a reservation, because the place lives full! 



    Enjoy the city view from Montjuic

    Montjuic is a see point to Barcelona harbor. The walk uphill can be a challenge, but the view from the top is so worth it. 

     

    Visit Sagrada Familia

    Sagrada Familia is absolutely magical. Though it is not finished yet, The geometry, the details are worth seeing. The entrance ticket to Sagrada Familia costs 17 Euros. It's a bit pricey, but we cannot conclude this article without recommending it!


     

     

     

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