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Spain, Canary Islands for 3 weeks itinerary – May/June 2017

Our visit to Canary Islands and Spain during these two and a half weeks has been a good mix of artistic creations, culture and nature.  If you are a football fan, a visit to Barcelona Camp Nou and Madrid Santiago Bernadeu is definitely a highlight of this trip.

We did the key sight seeing of Barcelona and Madrid within nine days. And spent another week at Lanzarote, the most eastern part of the Canary Islands located in Atlantic Ocean.

We chose to spend a week at Lanzarote.  It is one of the least populated and unspoilt environment earning its UNESCO status in its effort in preserving it’s environment.

Let’s take a look at some highlights of our trip starting with Barcelona!

Barcelona is really a lovely city!  Very vibrant, colorful and the key highlights is to visit Gaudi’s works.  We really enjoyed how different buildings exude a very different look in it’s most amazing architecture!

Check out some of these amazing works!

It is a must to visit the Gothic Quarters, La Rambla, Catalonia Square, Plaza Reial, Montjuic Castle, Barcelona Cathedral and for the football fans…Camp Nou Stadium!

And while you are there, remember to check out Flamenco dance too!

Moving on to Madrid, a more modern and fast-paced city, the most memorable visit is to the Grand Palace.

I think we did a lot of shopping rather than sight seeing during our stay at Madrid as it is indeed quite a shopping paradise here!  🙂

Time to head towards Lanzarote, Canary Islands!

After a week or so in the city life, we headed to Lanzarote and spent slightly over a week there!

Lanzarote trip was booked with almost 28% OFF RETAIL, staying at Seaside Los Jameos Playa, and included 3 days of land tours.  It was because of this extra savings that made it more affordable to extend this trip to include Madrid and Barcelona.

Lanzarote is beautiful!  Unspoilt landscape and beautiful architecture design of Cesar Manrique, most of his buildings blend so well into the environment!

One of the most breathtaking sights is the view of green lagoon from El Golfo.

Of course, you will have to visit Timanfaya National Park to truly appreciate the history of Lanzarote, knowing that the island went through a huge transformation in it’s landscape due to a 6 years volcanic eruption!

We spent half a day learning about the history and getting up close and personal to the Fire Mountain!

It ended with a camel ride in the national park area.  Well, the camels there “work” from 8am – 12pm, 3 times a week!

While you are there, you’ve gotta visit the volcanic caves at La Cueva De Los Verdes and Jameos Del Agua, which is only 1 km apart from each other.

There is really alot to share about this trip and the only way to really get to experience the diversity of Lanzarote is to be there yourself!

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