Doors to Spain

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Earlier this year, I took a much-needed vacation to Spain with my 2.5 year old. How brave am I? It was surprisingly smooth barring a few tantrums. But then, what’s a toddler without tantrums?

I was extremely inspired by Spain. A common theme I noticed across cities was the juxtaposition of the old with the new. Be it architecture, food or language (Spanish and Catalan). I am doing a series on my travels. See my posts on Madrid with a Toddler and Toledo with a Toddler.

Another thing that really intrigued me was the doors in Spain. I think of doors as a portal to another world. Something about doors always ignites my fantasy and Spain fed that fantasy! With this post I want to showcase pictures of some really unique doors I took on my trip. I hope you enjoy!

This one below was taken in Madrid, on our way to Puerta del Sol.

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Doors to delicious Tapas and souvenirs in Madrid.

tapas

tapas

Now that’s a door I would love to enter 🙂 The churros and coffee were unbelievable!

Churros

Churros

Plaza Isabel

Plaza Isabel

A gorgeous old door in Toledo.

Toledo

Toledo

The entrance to Toledo. Technically a bridge, but an entryway, nevertheless.

Bridge Toledo

Bridge Toledo

A flamenco costume window display in Seville.

Flamenco

Flamenco

One of the many doors in the ancient Mezquita in Cordoba.

Mezquita Cordoba

Mezquita Cordoba

The Old (above) and the New (Below). Bro Room in Barcelona.I’m guessing it’s a barber’s shop.

Bro Room

Bro Room

One of the many gorgeous doors to the Sagrada Familia in Barcelona.

Sagrada Familia

Sagrada Familia

What did you think of this post? Comment away! And oh, watch this space for more posts on How to explore Spain with a toddler 🙂

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