If you have a pair of sunglasses and a sketch book, you’ll need nothing else in Spain. In addition to the sunshine and its (amazing) food, Spain is also widely known for its architecture. Influenced by the Romans, the Visigoths and the Muslims among others, Spain has a beautiful mixture of architectural styles that have remained or have evolved in very interesting ways. Every single province owns an amazing legacy behind its walls.
The featured projects reflect the culture of the province; sometimes its future, sometimes its past. However, there are many other great buildings that I have not included in order to make this article a little bit shorter.
If you want to get inspired for your next (road) trip, make sure you check these projects.
Check Part II of this post
50+ Architectural Reasons to Visit Every Province in Spain (2/2)
New BBVA Headquarters
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