Plaza de Cibeles Madrid Spain
Tourism in historical monuments of Spain
Spain is a world tourism destination par excellence
Ancient Spain, with Islamic roots, which smells of fragrant and authentic Arab smell in its streets and buildings and in every part of its vast and sprawling lands…Who among us does not adore this beautiful country with its palaces and its authentic Arab heritage …
Spain is a kingdom located in the southwestern part of the European continent. It occupies about 85 percent of the Iberian Peninsula, which is separated from the continent of Africa by the Strait of Gibraltar and linked by the European continent. The mountain range of the Pyrenees borders Spain to the west, Portugal to the northeast, France, and Andorra.
And from all other sides, the sea from the east and south, the Mediterranean, the Balearic Sea to the north, the Atlantic Ocean, and the Bay of Biscay or Gastonia, the Kingdom of Spain follows the Balearic Islands in the Mediterranean and the Canary Islands in the Atlantic Ocean.
Spain is a world tourism destination par excellence, and it is considered one of the most beautiful European countries to spend a wonderful vacation, there you will see a lot of amazing things, just be ready to learn several languages, eat a lot of food, and this is a group of things that you may be surprised when traveling to Spain for the time The first.
When you travel to Spain for the first time, you will be surprised that many locals do not speak Spanish, and in fact, many Spaniards do not speak Spanish as a first language but rather use it as a second language. In Barcelona, they speak Catalan, in San Sebastian and Bilbao, they speak Basque, in Galicia, They speak Galician. In other areas, people speak Aragonese, Asturian, and don’t worry, everyone will be able to communicate with you in Spanish, but they usually prefer to use their mother tongue.
The official language is Spanish (Castilian) – Catalan – Valencian – Galician – Basque
- The capital, Madrid
- The area is 504,782 km²
- Currency EUR (€)
- UTC + 1 time difference
- National anthem Marcha Real
- Auto symbol ES
- International Internet Code .es
- International phone number +34
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Autonomous communities of Spain
In Spain, an Autonomous Community (Spanish: Comunidad Autónoma) is a first-level political and administrative division, created in accordance with the Spanish constitution of 1978, with the aim of guaranteeing limited autonomy of the nationalities and regions that make up Spain.
Spain is not a federation, but a decentralized unitary state.
While sovereignty is vested in the nation as a whole, represented in the central institutions of government, the nation has, in variable degrees, devolved power to the communities, which, in turn, exercise their right to self-government within the limits set forth in the constitution and their autonomous statutes.
Each community has its own set of devolved powers; typically those communities with a stronger local nationalism have more powers; this type of devolution has been called asymmetrical. Some scholars have referred to the resulting system as a federal system in all but name or a “federation without federalism”.
There are 17 autonomous communities and two autonomous cities that are collectively known as “autonomies”.
The two autonomous cities have the right to become autonomous communities, but neither has yet exercised it. This unique framework of territorial administration is known as the “State of Autonomies”.
The autonomous communities are governed according to the constitution and their own organic laws known as Statutes of Autonomy, which define the competencies that they assume. Since devolution was intended to be asymmetrical in nature, the scope of competences vary for each community, but all have the same parliamentary structure.
- (Principality of Asturias)
- (Basque Community)
- (Valencian Community)
- (Balearic Islands)
- (Canary Islands)
- (Castile and León)
- (Castilla-La Mancha)
- (La Rioja)
- (Comunidad de Madrid)
- (Region of Murcia)
- (Chartered Community of Navarre)
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Tourism in Spain
Tourism in Spain is the third major contributor to national economic life after the industrial and the business/banking sectors, contributing about 10–11% of Spain‘s GDP. Ever since the 1960s and 1970s, the country has been a popular destination for summer holidays, especially with large numbers of tourists from the United Kingdom, Ireland, France, Germany, Italy, the Benelux, and the United States, among others. Accordingly, Spain’s foreign tourist industry has grown into the second-biggest in the world.
In 2018, Spain was the second most visited country in the world, recording 82.8 million tourists which marked the sixth consecutive year of record-beating numbers.
Spain ranks first among 140 countries in the biannual Travel and Tourism Competitiveness Index published by the World Economic Forum in 2019, matching the top position already achieved in 2017 and 2015.
Top 18 tourist cities you should visit in Spain
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