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With the second largest number of UNESCO World Heritage sites in the world, there are plenty of things to do in Spain. Travel by rail and discover Moorish palaces and Baroque squares in Andalucia, colorful Gaudí creations in Catalonia, a rich array of architecture along with great museums, stunning galleries and beautiful scenery. Look out over Barcelona from the tiled terraces of Park Guell, hang out with Velasquez and El Greco in Madrid’s amazing Prado gallery and marvel at the incredible Alhambra in Granada. And remember, Spaniards love to eat and drink; a night of tapas bars and flamenco in Andalucía is one you’re unlikely to forget.

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Algeciras

Inhabited since pre-historic times, Algeciras is the largest city on the Bay of Gibraltar and one of the most important ports in Europe. Historically an area of immense strategic significance during the Roman and Arab occupations, the city’s legacy hints at this...

Barcelona

Colourful Barcelona pulses with energy. From the eccentric creations of architect Antonì Gaudi, to the street performers on Las Ramblas and the long, sandy beach, there’s something for everyone in Spain’s second city. Stroll the cobbled lanes of the Gothic quarter,...

Bilbao

A sparkling gem and the capital of the Province of Biscay, Bilbao is a commercial hub with a significant history in social and economic industries. Bilbao features many examples of modern, dynamic art including the Guggenheim Museum, one of the most visited museums in...

Cordoba

The Spanish city of Cordoba, former jewel of the Arab world, is a fascinating and beautiful city, located on the banks of the Guadalquivir River in Andalucia. Historically a capital of a Roman province, an Arab state and a Caliphate, Cordoba's legacy is visible in a...

Figueres

Famous as the birthplace of Salvador Dali, Figueres is a town of artistic inspiration and Catalunyan history. A laid back city oozing the distinct charm of Catalonia, explore the compact city center with its bustling pavement cafés and Gothic buildings. Highlights...

Girona

An ancient city whose history dates back over two thousand years, Girona can be found nestled in Spain’s Catalan region between Figures and Barcelona. Formally known as the Autonomous Community of Catalonia, Girona is attractively located bordering the Provinces of...

Granada

An Andalucian gem at the foot of the towering Sierra Nevada Mountains, Granada is a veritable treasure trove of historical importance. Of course, the most famous attraction here is the complex of the Alhambra and Generalife, which towers magnificently over the city and...

La Coruna

La Coruna is blessed with plenty of things to see and do, including pristine beaches, tantalizing seafood and famous, historic architecture. A busy port city in Spain’s northwestern Galicia region, the city abounds with harbor-side charm and picture-perfect views....

Leon

Capital of the Castilla y Leon region, Leon is located in one of the most diverse Provinces in Spain, surrounded by towering mountains, steep cliffs and vast valleys. It benefits from a year round temperate climate and plenty of picturesque rivers and streams making it...

Madrid

Capital of Spain and spiritual home of the tapas bar, Madrid is an architecturally diverse city with its own rhythms and culture. Enjoy a caffe cortado in the magnificent Plaza Mayor before visiting some of the world's finest art galleries including the Prado and the...

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