TEFL Trainees / ESL Teachers in Spain can visit these places
There are a number of places to visit in Spain. While some are very interesting others are less fascinating. Even then places in Spain are worth a visit like most other European countries exhibit a fondness for the classic culture.
Madrid: Madrid is not only the capital of Spain but is also the largest city of the country. Madrid is a blend of urban culture and historical allure with designer stores and century’s old family homes standing side by side. Among the sights that one shouldn’t miss out while visiting Madrid will include Teatro Real, Plaza de Neptuno, Museum of the Americas and Café Central.
Barcelona: It is the second largest city in Spain and is located in the southern part of Spain exhibiting a genuinely exorbitant Mediterranean culture. It is one of the favorite tourist spots with high degree of flocking towards the Gothic Quarters. There are many museums in Barcelona like Barcelona Museum of Contemporary Art, Maritime Museum, Erotic Museum and the Cosmocaixa science museum.
Mallorca: This is one of the most coveted party destinations of the world and home to one of our favorite tennis stars. The Mallorcan Island has something to offer to every visitor and has everything from beautiful beaches to throbbing nightclubs.
Valencia: The entire region of Valencia is something not worth missing out. The place is famous for its orange groves and the trees are a sight to behold when in full bloom. There are several beaches around this region and offer a variety of water sports to the visitors. It is also the third largest city in Spain. While in Valencia do not miss out on the Bell Tower which is a part of the Cathedral El Micalet.