Eight months to go before my annual vacation. I am excited to see my old friends and acquaintances waiting for me in Madrid. At last, I could breath the Spanish air again. Spain is full of history and glorious architecture with green spaces. I came up with my top 10 bucket list that I need to do once I arrived in Spain. This would be my first bucket list since I started my blog. I read a lot of bucket list article or things to do before you die information however I find it too early for me to have that list.

1. See FC Barcelona At The  Camp Nou

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Well, I want to join throngs of FC Barcelona. I am an avid fan of Real Madrid however cheering my second favorite team would be a perfect experience.

2. Visit The Famed Wineries of Rioja and The Modern Architecture

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I admit that I really want to visit the vineyard in my whole life. I heard a lot of recommendations from my host family when I was in Spain in 2012. No wine lover’s trip to the country would be complete without a stop here. I also want to experience in taking care of the vineyard even for 1 day. So, I am excited to be here!

3. See The City of Arts And Sciences in Valencia

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Alright. The crazy buildings may look like a sinking spaceships however the City of Arts and Sciences is a must see to visit in Valencia. Last year, I wrote about Valencia and you have a lot of things to do here but visiting this magnificent architecture is worth!

4. See The Alhambra in Granada

The intricate fortress of Alhambra is like a lifted from a Moroccan mountain while the below is the Spanish hills. I want to visit different streets and old grounds scattered by fountains.

5. Take A Gaudi Trail in Barcelona

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The most popular architecture in Barcelona. One of the architectures of Gauidi- the famous architecture of Catalan.

 

 

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Hafiz is the Founder and Editor in Chief of Travel with Hafiz. He is an expat turned travel blogger, self-taught photographer and digital entrepreneur. He speaks Spanish, Arabic, and Filipino.
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Hafiz is the Founder and Editor in Chief of Travel with Hafiz. He is an expat turned travel blogger, self-taught photographer and digital entrepreneur. He speaks Spanish, Arabic, and Filipino.

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