Best Places in Spain
- Abbey of Montserrat
- Aquàrium Barcelona
- Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias
- Royal Palace of Madrid
- Plaza Mayor
- Mercado de La Boqueria
- Museo Nacional del Prado
- Casa Milà
- La Sagrada Familia
10. Abbey of Montserrat
Abbey of Montserrat is located in Spain. It is a monastery that was established in the 11th century using Romanesque architecture, Gothic architecture, Renaissance architecture, and Eclecticism architectural styles. Montserrat is one of the most famous landmarks in Spain housing spiritual beliefs, Catalonia´s history, and culture. It is considered the home of the Mare de Déu de Montserrat who was the patron saint of Catalonia.
Is there any entrance fee to enter the Abbey of Montserrat?
No, there is no entrance fee to enter the abbey of Montserrat. Spend time with your family in this one of the best places in Spain.
9. Aquàrium Barcelona
Aquàrium Barcelona is located in Barcelona, Spain. This aquarium was opened in 1995 housing over 11,000 marine animals including 450 different species of animals occupying 5000000 gallons of water. Rays, Tiger sharks, Dolphins, and seahorses are some of the notable animals found in Aquàrium Barcelona.
Adults will be requested to pay €24 per person and children aged between 5-10 years old will be asked to pay €17. Children aged between 3 to 4 years old will be charged €10 and Babies aged between 0-2 years old will be permitted for free to enter the Aquàrium Barcelona.
|Admissions for||Admission fee|
|Children (5-10 years old)||€17|
|Children (3-4 years old)||€10|
8. Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias
Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias is found in Valencia, Spain. It is considered one of the 12 treasures of Spain and it is one of the most visited attractions in Spain with hundreds of thousands of visitors annually. Have fun exploring the Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias with your family and friends.
Adults will be charged 8.70 € per person to enter the science museum.
7. Royal Palace of Madrid
Found in Madrid, Spain. Royal Palace of Madrid was opened in 1751 using Baroque architecture and Classical architectural styles. This palace played the main role in the Spanish royal family of Madrid. Baroque architecture and Classical are the architectural styles used in the Royal Palace of Madrid. This palace has 33.3 acres of land & 3,418 rooms. It is considered the largest functioning royal palace in Europe.
A general ticket will cost you €10. children aged between 5 to 16 years old, Senior citizens, and students below 25 years will be asked to pay €5 per person. Unemployed persons, disabled, and children under 5 years old will be permitted for free in the Royal Palace of Madrid.
|Entrance For||Entrance fee|
|Seniors, Students below 25 years old, children (5-16 years old)||€5|
|Disabled, Children below 5 years old, unemployed person||€0 (free)|
6. Plaza Mayor
This historical landmark is located in Madrid, Spain. This attraction was used as the main marketplace for food, goods, bullfights, public executions, and crowning ceremonies by the royals of Spain. In the present day, Plaza Mayor is used for the annual Christmas market. It is one of the most-visited tourist attractions in Spain by visitors from other countries of the world.
There is no entry fee. Enjoy one of the best places in Spain with your family and friends.
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5. Mercado de La Boqueria
Mercado de La Boqueria was opened in 1840 and it is located in Barcelona, Spain. It is one of the famous markets in the country and it was built using Modernisme and Cast-iron architectural styles. You can buy fruits, vegetables, clothes, bags, and other amazing kinds of stuff in this Mercado de La Boqueria market. It is one of the most visited places in pain with millions of annual visitors.
There is no entry fee to enter the Mercado de La Boqueria. Have fun exploring!!
4. Museo Nacional del Prado
This museum of Madrid was opened in 1819 using Neoclassical architectural style. It has more than 25,000 collections of artworks of paintings, sculptures, prints, and the world’s richest paintings within the Museo Nacional del Prado museum.
Las Meninas, The Garden of Earthly Delights, Saturn Devouring His Son, The Third of May 1808, La Maja Desnuda, Apollo in the Forge of Vulcan, The Three Graces (Rubens), and The Nobleman with his Hand on his Chest are some of the famous paintings found in the museum.
There is an admission fee to enter the Museo Nacional del Prado. A general ticket will cost you €15 per person and children below 18 years old, students below 25 years old will be permitted for free in one of the best places in Spain.
Official Website to book the tickets: Museo Nacional del Prado
3. Casa Milà
This building is in Barcelona, Spain was opened in 1912 using Modernisme architectural style. Casa Milà is used for conferences, Exhibitions, and other special events. visitors are allowed to explore the attraction and it is one of the most visited attractions in Barcelona with tons of daily visitors. Have fun exploring one of the best places in Spain.
A general ticket will cost you €27 per person. Senior citizens and students will be requested to pay €19. Children aged between 7-12 years old will be asked to pay €13.50 and children below six years old will be permitted for free to enter the Casa Milà.
|Admissions for||Admission fee|
|Seniors and students||€19|
|Children (7-12 years old)||€13.50|
Alhambra is located in Granada, Spain. This palace was built between 1238 and 1368 using Islamic architectural style. Alhambra is considered one of the most preserved palaces in the historic Islamic World and it is one of the most famous monuments of Islamic architecture in the world. This beautiful palace was listed as a UNESCO world heritage site in 1984. Have fun exploring this stunning palace with your family and friends.
There is an entry fee to enter Alhambra palace. You will be requested to pay €14 per person and if you are interested to visit the gardens you will be asked to pay an additional €7 per person.
1. La Sagrada Familia
La Sagrada Familia is located in Barcelona, Spain. This unfinished church building was built in 2010 with a height of 172 meters using Modernisme, Gothic Revival Architecture, Art Nouveau Architecture, Noucentisme, and Spanish gothic architectural styles. This church can hold up to 9,000 people at the same time and it is one of the most-visited tourist attractions in Spain with more than 4 million annual visitors from other countries of the world.
You will be requested to pay €25 per person for an audio guide and if you are interested to go without an audio guide then you will be paying €17 per person.
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