If you’re looking for a great place to take some photos, these are some of our top recommendations:
- Andalusia Mountains – Take a drive through the Andalusia Mountain, home to the the highest mountain in Spain is found and also the most southerly ski resort in Europe. A bridge spans the gorge between the new town and the old town and the scenery is unforgettable – but you will want to take your camera just to be sure!
- Aqueduct, Segovia – This roman aqueduct has been in place for 2,000 years and stretches 800 metres long. It is one of the most significant and best-preserved ancient monuments left on the Iberian Peninsula and is great for photos.
- Royal Palace, Madrid at night – The Royal Palace (the official residence of Spain’s King) is lit up every night and is well worth the visit.
- The Pyrenees – a mountain range which stands as the natural border between France and Spain. One of the highlights here are the large number of the mountain torrents which often form waterfalls.
The Old City, Barcelona– this is the oldest part of the city with a history dating back to 1298. The streets are narrow and filled with gorgeous architecture that is just waiting for you and your camera!