With mountains and seashores and two of the leading city destinations in Europe, Spain has become a world leader in tourism.   The reasons to go are almost without limit:  History, art, culture, scenery, architectural delights, diverse landscape and entertainment, to name a few.  And that’s just from seeing a small part of it.  Spain is second only to Switzerland as the most mountainous county in Europe and has famous ski resorts all over.  The endless sandy beaches along both the Mediterranean and the Atlantic make ocean resorts popular as well. About ten years ago, Spain became the second most visited country in the world.  France was first.  Now, it also trails the United States and China.  Tourism contributes about 6.5 percent of its GDP, with Madrid and Barcelona leading the way.   My wife, Mary Ann, and I went to Spain with a group:  The Chancel Choir of St. Luke’s United.
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