Staff, 2022-10-28 09:18:11,
Two and a half years after it enacted its first round of travel restrictions, Spain has finally abolished all border curbs, welcoming back Americans irrespective of immunization status and without testing requirements. With this in mind, we have picked a not-so-obvious four incredible cities to visit in the country now that normality has been reinstated.
The birthplace of Hispanic culture and boasting both a sunny coast and world-class cities perfect for every budget, it is destined to reclaim its status as one of the most visited countries in the world during the post-pandemic era. All eyes are on Spain once more, and this time, the old queens of Madrid and Barcelona should take a back seat.
In this article, you will get to know four of the lesser-known destinations in Spain that are trending right now and learn why they’re bucket list material.
For Islamic architecture and medieval castles
Nestled in the eastern hinterlands of Andalusia, an autonomous province bordering Portugal, Granada is a small city of 230,000-plus inhabitants that owes its rising fame to a rich North African-Iberian past. While many Americans are not aware of this, large swathes of Spain were once conquered by the Moors, a Muslim empire.
Spain remained under Moorish control for nearly eight centuries, between the years of 711 AD and 1492, and the city of Granada served as an important military outpost and…
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