Spain is one of the most visited countries in the world. Its climate makes for the best vacations and its thousands of beaches provide ample opportunity to soak up the mediterranean sun. Alongside the country's natural beauty, Spain is also a hive for intricate flea markets and astonishing architecture. Furthermore, after you’ve been once, it’s also the kind of country that will make you fall in love with it. But only if you adhere to its unique customs and values, that is. For everything there is to do, there’s an equal amount of what not to do in Spain.


1. Don’t Expect to See a Bullfight

There are several regions in Spain that have already banned this bloody tradition. It’s banned in both Barcelona and the Canary Islands. Also, as "authentic" as you might consider a toreador with his flashy red cape to be, there are some traditions better left in the past. Instead, spend your time swimming in the heavenly Atlantic waters instead.

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