This town is set on the mountaintop in central Spain. Toledo acted as the capital of Spain until the 16th century. Because it was habited by Christians, Jews, and Muslims for many years, the city was named City of three cultures. Today, it is one of the most popular cities and famous due to its wealth of historical art dating back to the Roman Empire.
Santiago de Compostela
This city serves as the capital of Galicia in North West Spain. The city is popular as a final destination for travelers looking for traditional pilgrimages. Santiago de Compostela will offer Camino de Santiago. Most Christians from this region believe that Camino de Santiago is where James, one of the disciples of Jesus, was buried. Hence the city attracts thousands of visitors for both traditional and religious history.
The city of Madrid has really refurbished itself over the years. The city is a perfect destination offering a culture-rich experience with a lively atmosphere and great foods. The Reina Sofia, Prado and Thyssen-Bornemisza museums have become bigger and better. You will also like the smartening up of the city with delis, gastrobars and new boutiques opening every week. The blue sky and lovely sunshine will make you sit at the pavement café sipping a vermut!
This is another name for Royal Palace of Madrid. Palacio Real is the official residence of the king of Spain. The Palace is however used in official state ceremonies. Palacio Real was built between 1738 and 1755. King Carlos III took the palace in 1764.
This stunning coastline stretches from Blanes, in the northern of Girona up to the Port Bou, the edge of French Pyrenees. Costa Brava is very popular offering holiday Brits. There are wonderful places to discover, away from the hassles of the city. You’ll love the lush vegetation, soaring cliffs, picturesque villages and hidden beaches which you can only access by boat.
Meet the famous city of the footballers. A patchwork of architectural styles, the city displays gothic facades. You also climax the days spending topping with at one of the most famous seven beaches before dinner. Barcelona gives months of endless sunshine and unbeatable cuisine. It also prides on culture and design clout of almost any town in the cold north.
Valencia is among the largest cities in Spain. It is located in the east part of the country. After redirecting the Turia River, this city constructed its most impressive landmark, an entertainment complex, and a cultural hub. The complex features several buildings including a planetarium, science museum, and aquarium that are artistic marvels.
The Andalucia is divided from the best parts of the country by natural boundary of Wierra Morena. The city has more than 500miles of coastline and for the beach lovers; this city will spoil you. Visiting the La Antilla gives you 14miles of golden sand while Costa Tropical is franked by gives of avocados, mangoes and custard apples.
It is the capital of Andalusia and the fourth largest city in Spain. Sevilla proud three of UNESCO world heritage sites; Santa Maria de la Sede Cathedral, Reales Alcázares palace and General Archive of the Indies. You can also wander around the narrow cobbled streets, peer into the tiny courtyards while breathing the orange blossoms. The city likes to eat and drink outdoors, also offering a vibrant social life. You can enjoy the free tapa with the Cruzcampo-the local beer.
This is the capital of Cordoba Province of Andalusian region of southern Spain. Cordoba’s historic quarter brings plazas, tiny medieval streets and whitewashed courtyards situated around Mezquita. Mezquita was initially built as a mosque but now serves as a glorious cathedral though retaining most of its architecture. Other places of interest in this place include the Street of Flowers, Fortress of the Christian Monarchs and Old Jewish Quarter.