Come Get Some Spanish Culture

One of the best types of trips is that of a tour of Spain. You will see that there are many exciting adventures to go on including those that will explore the countryside and nature as wellas the Costa Blanca. You will find all of the information that you need to enjoy these trips right on the web. Of course you should compare them and find the best choice and later determine what you need to book for your tour. What options are there? There are many including these.

Cycling Tours

For those that want to get out into nature, a cycling tour of Spain may be jus the thing. You will be able to enjoy the rural areas as well as the smaller villages and the countryside. You will find that the cycling touring companies provide you with a range of choice in these tours. If you have the ability and the right level of fitness, you can enjoy even mountain biking tour options available here.

You can visit a range of different sites if you use a guided tour. Why not visit historical locations or even enjoy a rural town with its fabulous cuisine or Spanish culture?

Ask for an itinerary that will give you the details of the route before you go. This will provide you with a great idea of what to expect. You should also know what the price of the tour is upfront and the cycle is generally included. Some accommodations can be booked with tours included. Find out if this is an option for you.

Cuisine In Spain: Wine and Food Tours

If you came to Spain to taste its food and wine, then a food and wine tour is the best way to do just that. Look for local wines that are available. You will find that there is a range of different cuisines around the country, too. You may find a tour for a one week or even a two week trip. You can learn more about these from your itinerary or by doing some research on the web. You will find that most of the tours will include your meals and entrance into the wineries that you are scheduled to visit. If you do want this, you should stay at a hotel that offers it or stay in the hotels that are spread across the country.

The Outdoors: Wildlife Tours

If nature is your think, then wildlife tours are the way to enjoy it. There are many different types of wildlife to see and enjoy including bird watching tours. Plants and wildlife make for an exciting tour. Most tours are only for one day, but there are some that span over the course of several days.

Another option is the Pyrenees Mountains in which there are various walking tours available. You can look for and enjoy the wildlife that you see including a range of animals and plants. Depending on the time of the year that you visit, you may find some amazing sights.

Peter Wilson

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8 Responses to Come Get Some Spanish Culture

  1. elpaso_roman says:

    How come some San Antonians dont know spanish and they consider themselves to be Mexican?
    Its a shame to be part of the mexican culture and not know a word in spanish. They like Tejano music like Selena, Bobby Pulido, Tropa F, intocable and so on but dont speak spanish. Cmon guys if you like tejano at least know how to speak some spanish. If you dont know who Los tigres del Norte are, then you aint Mexican.

  2. Chanteuse d' Opéra says:

    I’m from Houston & I love San Antonio & Mexican people/culture/food. I miss TX!
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    Now in North Carolina.

  3. OMG..Your Face!© 1993-2008 says:

    Maybe if they’re Mexican-American, their culture isn’t really stressed much in America. I don’t know about Mexican culture in San Antonio, though.
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  4. Daniel D says:

    Because if you knew your own heritage, you would spit out the concept of the Spanish language like a bad pepper. Spanish is the language of the Conquistadors- the dialect of those who came in warships to Mexico, murdered and tortured the people, forced them to worship Mary and decimated the culture that had once existed. Those who speak Spanish are those who do not truly respect their own heritage, because of where it came from. Now, if you want to talk about being a real Mexican hombre, learn Nahuatl, one of the most widely-spoken REAL Mexican dialects. Even Nahuatl will do.

    But Spanish?

    Learn to celebrate the REAL culture of Mexico, my friend, the long and authentic history of one of America’s true indigenous peoples… not a poor substitute.
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    My own knowledge.

  5. Victoria M says:

    Not a shame,I’m in so. Cali and of mexican descent and I hardly know spanish. I’ve never been to mexico..and I don’t plan on going,at least any time soon. Just because I don’t speak spanish doesn’t mean I’m not Mexican,its just a language…..and spanish came from Spain,not Mexico. Mexicos language before the spanish conquered was Nahuatl. And I believe the real native descendents still speak that in mexico,among spanish.
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  6. prettyting says:

    Well, I’m Panamanian American and I don’t speak much spanish, but I’m still Panamanian. Just because you may not speak the language doesn’t mean you aren’t the nationality.
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  7. mooki3babiiyonkerz says:

    "If you dont know who Los tigres del Norte are, then you aint Mexican"

    That’s gotta be the dumbest thing I’ve ever heard.
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  8. rbl says:

    I think they speak Nahuatl language of the Aztecs. So then the would be considered Mexican. But Bobby Pulido? Then again, maybe not.
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