Today, carrying your mobile with you is essential in the lives of all adults. When traveling, the mobile is a great ally to take selfies and photons of our trip. The great quality of the camera helps to capture the moment and be able to post it on the network so that all our followers can see how incredible our vacations are and give many likes.
If you are one of those who are looking for the best photo, at Aerobús we make life easier and we tell you the6 most “Instagrammable” places in Spain:
Cathedrals Beach (Lugo)
We start with one of the wonders of the Galician lands, in Lugo, the Playa de las Catedrales. With cliffs over 30 meters high, the sea and the wind have managed to make wonderful columns with arches and vaults in the slate walls that create a unique and magical landscape. To obtain the perfect photoyou should be patient and wait for thetide to go out.
It is important that you know that, in high season, to access you need a special authorization from the Xunta de Galicia. You can order it here
San Juan de Gaztelugatxe (Vizcaya)
The islet of Gaztelugatxe is located in the town of Bermeo (Vizcaya) and since several scenes of Juago of Thrones were recorded, it has become one of the most Instagrammed places in the Basque Country. You may know it as Dragonstone if you watch ‘Game of Thrones’: the hermitage of San Juan de Gaztelugatxe is one of the most impressive sites in northern Spain, and well worth climbing the 241 steps that lead up to it. Of course, be prepared because you will not be alone taking photos.
Molinos de Consuegra (Toledo)
The large white windmills of Consuegra, universally known thanks to Miguel de Cervantes and his work Don Quixote de la Mancha, are located in the middle of the La Mancha countryside and are very Instagrammable. One of the best and most original photos can be taken from the fortress that stands next to them, the Castillo de la Muela, from the 10th century, and which is also worth visiting. It has dramatized visits, ideal if you go with children.
Crystal Palace (Madrid)
If you visit Madrid and want a nice photo (for many the most beautiful place in the capital) you definitely have to go to the Palacio de Cristal, in the Retiro Park.
This great palace was built as a gigantic greenhouse for the Philippine Islands Flora Exhibition and was supposed to house all kinds of tropical plants, but it is currently one of the headquarters of the Reina Sofía Museum and hosts temporary exhibitions. Its construction was inspired by the Crystal Palace in Hyde Park.
The Red Wall, Calpe (Alicante)
The Red Wall is not a wall, but a building that is located in the urbanization of Manzanares with views of the sea. It was designed by Ricardo Bofill in 1973 and has 50 apartments and many secret patios, terraces, swimming pools and solariums arranged in an almost labyrinthine way. The colors of the building are perfect for all instagramers, since the pink color of its walls and the red walls outside have a heart painted in shades of blue and violet.
For fans of the series, surely it reminds you of the series “The Squid Game”.
Bunkers El Carmel (Barcelona)
And, last but not least, one of the most instagrammable sites in the city of Barcelona. The viewpoint of the Bunkers in the Carmel neighborhood. To find out about the history of the viewpoint, you can go to the Aerobús Discover Barcelona entrance.
You have a 360º view from the top of the city. And you can go at any time, it is charming at dawn, during the day, at dusk or even at night. It is a mandatory visit.
Almost all of us look for the ideal photo, but always with caution. Do not endanger others or yourself, be respectful of the place and its people. There is nothing wrong with taking photons of ourselves if we respect others.
If you are going to Barcelona airport or Plaza Catalunya, remember that Aerobús takes you every day of the year and that it works 24 hours a day. You can buy online tickets here.