The perfect Spain for you if you're a traditionalist
Do you like to respect traditions and stick to the tried and true? Do you love the great works of art of the past, and think there will never be anything to equal them? Do you attend every event and are you a really dependable friend? It looks like you’re a classic traditionalist.
Traditionalists always want to see the important sights and the big events, but they like the details too. So they need to visit cities with great works of art and the sites of important historical events. Places where a traditionalist will really feel at home. One route through Spain could take you to Segovia, where you can admire the Roman aqueduct, an impressive feat of engineering which is still in perfect working condition. Is your dream to see what a Roman city was like? Then you must visit the Segóbriga Archaeological Park in Cuenca. A stroll around the ancient city of Sagunt in Valencia will fascinate you, with living, breathing history at every turn. And if you want the thrill of seeing an immortal Classical drama in its original setting, don’t miss the International Classical Theatre Festival held in the Roman theatre of Mérida in Extremadura. If you still want more Classical culture, be sure to visit Cartagena (Region of Murcia) and Tarragona (Catalonia), both cities closely linked to the sea, with Roman monuments in the streets and exemplary museums explaining their history. And by the way! You'll be sure to love Medina Azahara (Cordoba), a city-palace designed to be the capital of the Caliphate of Córdoba, and now a site evoking all the magic of that bygone age.Share it with your family and friends on social networks with the hashtag #Spainforyou. Time to travel!
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