To Spain to experience and admire the beauty and culture of the country, must be attractive to tourists all over the world. Take a look at a bunch of destinations we've listed out.
Diverse and dynamic, each Spanish city has its own lifestyle, traditions, and festivals. The most popular destination that spring comes in mind when planning a trip to Spain, of course, is the capital of Madrid and the second is Barcelona.
Barcelona contains both true and bizarre history. From the stunning trails of colorful park Güell to the romantic narrow alleys of Barri Gotic; With seaside nightclubs to dozens of sacred churches and architectural superstructure of the city, this seaside city seems to attract all sorts: explorers, couples, cultural lovers-and more-with many things near As overwhelming. You can stay a few days, but most likely you'll need a whole week to explore.
In Barcelona, even the beach is also bustling, but that is truly the international city that attracts all attention. The vast majority of activities revolve around Las Ramblas, a wide range of streets and tight narrow alleys of restaurants, nightclubs and a market for The pedestrian is vibrant. But you should also visit the masterpieces of Antoni Gaudí; Gaudí is responsible for websites such as Casa Milà, Casa Batlló, and La Sagrada Familia. You should also not miss the area's eclectic shopping and excellent food and wine. Do you see why we recommend a holiday week? To get a land, consider registering one of the city's best-guided tours.
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Madrid is the capital and largest city of Spain, as well as the capital of the autonomous community of the same name. The population of the city is approximately 3.3 million with a population of metro areas nearly 6.5 million. Madrid is famous for its great cultural heritage, a typical example of the El Prado Museum. Madrid also boasts some of the most vibrant nightlife in the world.
As the capital of Spain, Madrid has become the symbol of various "bases" for most of the Spanish. During the 2nd Republic era (1931-1936), it was a bustling city of new ideas. As the capital of the French dictatorship (1939-1975) it seems that the city remained a conservative part of Spain for many Spanish people. However, the city was also the focus of the famous Movida, Spain's 80-decade movement that created such personality as director Pedro Almodóvar. The heritage of this era is actually still visible in the city center, where one can find a party all the time and one of Spain's most liberal and colorful environments. The city is also known for its great gay tolerance.
A city marked by Jewish, Islamic and Christian influences, Seville shows evidence of the presence of each religion in the church façade, the tower and the ghettos before. Travelers who appreciate a good history between leisurely walks along narrow paths and comfortable, alluring meals will be stunted over the hundred-year-old streets of Seville and its cultural services.
Plan your time in Seville to enjoy tapas at a coffee shop on the corner of the street or listen to the melodies of an improvised guitarist in an outdoor square. Although the sun and the way of life can draw you relax the days far away, remember to spend time with visits to the park, the garden and the palace that represent the complex history and splendid architecture of the city. If you observe carefully, you will see "NO8DO" on the city bus, couch, bike rack, and even the manhole cap. A rejection for the Spanish phrase "No me ha dejado", NO8DO translates into "it (Seville) did not abandon me
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There are several cities like Valencia, which can harmoniously combine the remnants of its most distant past, dating from 138 BC, with the most advanced and pioneering buildings from the new millennium. Valencia is commercial and cultural, cinema, theatres, museums, magic, business. It is the center of international Design and pioneering, and is one of the most dynamic cities in Europe involving fairs and conferences. Thanks to its location, Valencia has historically been the Mediterranean port of Spain and has the special charm of the cities as well as the seaport. And fine sand and clean water, the coverage of the sea and the proximity of the coastal mountains make the Valencian coast a unique attraction.
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