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The most beautiful cities in Spain

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Spain is a country that many people around the world choose for the summer. It impresses with that of the most beautiful cities, with impressive architecture and superb beaches. Here are the cities that you should not miss if you're in Spain.


Madrid

Madrid impresses through a dramatic and hectic pace of life, diversity and through a large number of tourists. Here you can see Sol, the most famous square of the city, you can go to flamenco shows, you can go Malasana bohemian neighborhood or the currently trendy, Gran Via.


Barcelona

Barcelona is undoubtedly the most popular tourist city in top choices. It impresses with its architecture, and vibrant city life. A trip to Barcelona is a wonderful holiday.


Granada

Granada is a city that lives on agriculture and tourism, so, here guests are treated royally. The city is famous for historical buildings from the time of the Moors, and the Gothic and Renaissance period. In addition, Granada is famous for countless artists and played guitar in an amazing way. Among others, you can visit the Alhambra Palace in Granada, Generalife Gardens (Alhambra) and Albaicin district.


Seville

Seville is one of the hottest cities in Spain. In summer, temperatures easily reach 40 degrees, so everyone relax on terraces equipped with fans to disperse microscopic droplets of water.

Seville is the fourth largest city of Spain and has many tourist attractions including the Giralda (bell Cathedral) and Golden Tower.


Bilbao

The Guggenheim Museum Bilbao will discover one of the most important museums in Spain. Here you can taste the famous "pintxis". The city is a major port and industrial center, situated on the river Nervion.

Even so, Bilbao is a permanent modernization, especially in recent years the city boasts a very efficient metro system.


Valencia

Even if a small city, Valencia is beautiful and charming enough to keep tourists busy for several days. If you're in Valencia, do not forget to try the famous Paella Valenciana food, which was born right in the city.


Cordoba

Mezquita (mosque) of Cordoba is the main attraction, but also the Hebrew district should not be missed. A holiday in the cord is really relaxing and will help you discover the spiritual side of a trip.


Santiago de Compostela

Santiago de Compostela has a truly impressive old town (which is why it was inscribed on UNESCO World Heritage Cultural List), so do not miss small and chic streets of the city.