Located in the Southern part of Spain, at the bottom of the Sierra Nevada mountains, this sunny city attracts millions of tourists for its famous "Alhambra". This is an unique piece of architecture with breathtaking views.
Located in the northen part of Spain, this coastal city can offer good cuisine, art and architecture. Here you can taste delicious crema catalana, paella and sangria. Do not miss the chance to visit both the Sagrada Familia and Park Güell.
Capital of Spain and largest city in the whole country, this place's most popular tourist attractions are the Royal Palace and the residence of Spain’s monarch. Good tip: the "La Latina" neighbourhood offers you the city’s most famous tapas bars!
Located in region of Valencia, this sunny and colorful coastal city is the home of a massive cultural and entertainment complex known as the City of Arts and Science. Very important: in March the whole city celebrates "las fallas" festival, a must see!
Capital of Andalusia in southern Spain, this city is well-known for its flamenco culture. Apart from its buzzing nightlife, the city is rich of beautiful and important historic landmarks, such as the grand Cathedral of Seville and the Real Alcazar.
Once one of the most important cities during the Moorish rule of Spain in the Middle Ages, the old town is now an Unesco World Heritage Site! Do not miss the chance to visit the Mezquita, the Fortress of the Christian Monarchs and the Old Jewish Quarter.
Located in the southern part of Spain and capital of the "Costa del Sol", this city has white long beaches, eternal summer, delicious and fresh seafood to offer to its turists. Its old town is also rich in historic buldings, museums and galleries.
Capital city of the Galicia region in northwestern Spain, this city is usually famous as the final destination of the traditional pilgrimage known as "Camino de Santiago". Must see: Praza do Obradoiro, a bustling plaza with many important landmarks.
Located in the Basque country of North Spain off the coast of the Bay of Biscay, this coastal city has amazing beaches and incredibile cuisine. Choose to go for a food tour, discover "Pinchos" and delicious wine!
Located in the top of a mountain in central Spain, this city is also called the “City of Three Cultures”, since Jews, Christians and Muslims lived together here for a long time. What to do: admire the old architecture walking down the medieval streets.