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Alicante: port city romance with Spanish spirit
Everyone loves spending their holidays in fiery Spain, both young passionate couples, as well as seniors looking for some peace and calm. Alicante is one of the most popular resorts and a perfect holiday complex: it offers plenty of magnificent beaches, some wild water entertainment, a bubbling nightlife, but most importantly, it has a true Spanish spirit.
How to travel?
Although Alicante is 300 kilometres away from Lithuania, this resort is wholly beloved and often visited by Lithuanians. Busy with high numbers of passengers, flights to Alicante reach their finish at the El Altet Airport located 10 kilometres away from the city centre. However, there is nothing to worry about: you can take a bus that’s waiting for you right by the airport. You can take a further trip on foot, use a tram, or take a taxi when you reach the city centre and its various streets and alleys.
What to taste?
Everyone who travels to Alicante must know that its locals are some of the best grape growers. You simply have to visit a tiny, cosy inn, or two, and there you will not only have an opportunity to try some natural, intensely tasting wine, but also to listen to the owner’s tales of local wine-making and its peculiarities. One also cannot forget about paella. This traditional southern dish is popular in the entirety of Spain, but no one can trump the chefs working on Alicante’s shores. Fresh mussels, savoury clams, juicy and lush shrimps, all coupled with some red wine that will heat your blood up: these are the necessary components of a truly unforgettable holiday in Alicante.
What to see?
After having a snack in one of Alicante’s intimate cafés, it’s time to start your acquaintance with the city. Many tourists insist that the best way to perceive Alicante’s true spirit is to travel on foot. Not only that, but specifically travelling barefoot. That’s the locals’ preferred way of wandering around, so do not be surprised. Start your trip by visiting the city’s old town that sports many balconies decorated with flowers, and a nearby city symbol in the form of the Santa Barbara Castle, which offers a breathtaking panoramic view from its tower. After leaving the old town, you will pass a whole bunch of sightseeing objects: the co-cathedral of Saint Nicholas, city town hall, the Archaeological Museum of Alicante, the Gravina Museum of Fine Arts, and numerous castle ruins that speak of Alicante’s rich history.
What to do?
You didn’t truly experience Alicante, if you haven’t paid a visit to the famous San Juan beach. Wide sandy shore and surrounding mountains let you forget all of your troubles and lose yourself in the perfect moment. When the sun starts to set, head over to the Explanada de Espana street, in order to hear some temperamental music sounds, get to know some of the local artists, as well as dance, and taste, and simply have a lot of fun!
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