For those who are looking to spending a long vacation in Spain, there are a wide variety of places that are farther from the big cities and worth the visit. If you happen to arrive in Madrid, there are several places that I can recommend to you in the blog that would definitely enrich your trip to Spain.
For those who enjoy historical sites and places, Toledo is a place I can happily recommend. The city is quite ancient and is rich in history. Toledo displays numerous ancient monuments that relate to Muslims, Jews, and Christians dating back to the medieval times. The city of Toledo was named a world heritage site by Unesco in 1986.
Additionally, Alcalá de Henares, which is about 35 Km away from Madrid, is a Spanish city that has history dating back to the Bronze Age. The city is most known for its university, which is considered a major source of pride for Spain. The city displays and takes pride in numerous historical figures that have contributed to the history of Spain and the Spanish language.
El Escorial, Aranjuez, and Segovia are all places that I also recommend visiting for those who wish to experience and learn more about the Spanish culture. Spain has a lot to offer in terms of history, culture, and entertainment for travellers who seek an all-in-one place and a lifetime experience.