Royal path, one of the most dangerous hiking routes in the world, will be opened in Spain in 2015.
According to information appeared in the Guardian, in 2015 in Spain one of the most dangerous place for walks will be opened – Royal path. As it is promised by governance, for the first three months after the date of opening, walks will be absolutely free of charge. The only limitation is the quantity of visitors a day.
Today nearly 70% of reclamation work is finished. In total, here 500 tonnes of new metal structures were posed for safety of attendees. According to the earliest calculations, the total cost of reclamation work should amount to 2,2 million of euro. However, currently into reconstruction 5 million are put up.
La Retorta is the mild mini-cheese produced from fresh ewe’s milk got the first place among Spanish cheeses. It has been recognized one of three best cheeses in the world at the last contest World Cheese Awards.
The citizens of Spain admire festivals where they can look at others and show their advantages. It is worth to recall at least their numerous battles with food including La Tomatina as one of the most famous ones. However, at the festival El Cascamorras nobody throws food. Instead, people out stains onto themselves with oily substance and try to stain others.
At every first weekend in Spain there is rather strange and even cruel festival of bucking of wild horses Rapadas Bestas. The festival has been counting in many cities of Galicia; however, the most famous is the festival in Sabusedo.
Spain took the first place in the ranking of the countries which are considered as preferable ones among those where it s convenient to travel alone. US News reports about that referring to the study of the company BAV Consulting and The Wharton School of Business of University of Pennsylvania.
The bench itself is usual; however, the place where it is located is verily divine. It creates incredibly magical environment on the rocky seashore Loiba La Coruña where one may savor the majesty of blue abyss.
At the beginning of May, Seville hospitably greets not only the citizens of Andalusia – the glory of local holiday lustered all over Spain. That is why it is important to see about the house and bullfighting tickets in advance.
Between mountains and the Mediterranean Sea south-eastward from Barcelona, Catalan city Sitges is located. Having been under dictatorship of General Franco, it was, after all, the only place in Spain where counterculture throve. The city gained the character of bohemian one at the end of XIX century when there painter Santiago Rusiñol used to reside and work. Nowadays Sitges is known for popular beaches and living night life.
Tomato rivers run through the city streets and squares, walls of houses and everything around are covered with thick, scarlet mash tomatoes. No, it's not an explosion at a factory of canned tomatoes, it is one of the most exciting holidays in Spain - La Tomatina.