Spain for Culture lovers

To many tourists Spain will mainly recall images of white beaches, a clear blue sea and a nice, warm sun. But also those who like to taste a bit of arts and culture will find that Spain is a very rewarding destination for a holiday. Are you looking for museums, architecture and arts in Spain? Here you’ll find a couple of essential tips to leave well-prepared for your holiday.

Sagrada Família – Barcelona
The full name of this famous church is Templo Expiatorio de la Sagrada Família and is one of Spain’s most praised and visited buildings. Most special is the fact that the church still hasn’t been completed after more than hundred years of building. So each time you visit the church, there are new things to discover.
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Picasso Museum – Malaga
One of Spain’s greatest artists of all times is without a doubt Pablo Picasso. The Picasso Museum in Malaga owns an impressive 280 pieces of art at this moment. Among those are sketches from his early years, but also etches and paintings he made later on in his life. An extended collection that offers a beautiful and complete overview of this extraordinary artist.
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Festival Benicàssim – Benicàssim
Benicàssim is at the Spanish east coast, the Costa del Azahar. From the 15th until the 18th of July the festival welcomes more than 50.000 music lovers. Many of the performing artists will be announced in the months to come, but bands like The Prodigy, Kasabian, PiL, The Specials, Ian Brown and Dizzee Rascal have already been confirmed for the 2010 edition.
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