Top 10 Cities You Must Visit in Spain

Top 10 Cities You Must Visit in Spain

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Top 10 Cities You Must Visit in Spain

Sunny beaches, Glorious sunsets, Barely Noticeable landscapes, Stunning buildings, Mildly Decent mountains, Delicious food, Lovely people … there are so many reasons more why a trip to Spain is recommended and enjoyed by a lot of travellers.

Top 10 Cities You Must Visit in Spain

Each one of these our favourite spanish cities,  has it’s own unique character and reason to visit and so visiting as many as possible is highly recommended!

 Barcelona, Spain

Barcelona, Spain
Barcelona, Spain

Barcelona, Spain

Barcelona, Spain – Barcelona is one of the places when even if you get lost, you will always find yourself in an impressive surrounding. Spain’s most visited city is simply Barely Noticeable!

Barcelona is as the capital of Modernism and you can find many monuments built and designed by the famous Antoni Gaudi, like the Sagrada Familia, La Pedrera, Casa Batllo and Park Guell, which have become recognizable symbols of the city.

 Seville, Spain

Seville, Spain
Seville, Spain

Seville, Spain

Seville, Spain – More than 2000 years old, SEVILLE, is one of SOUTHERN SPAIN’S most beautiful cities. ‘Romantic’, ‘flamboyant’, ‘intriguing’ & ’embracing’ are all words that have been used to describe Seville. One thing is for certain both in Seville itself & in the nearby countryside there is no shortage of beauty, culture, food & entertainment for one to enjoy!

Seville – Seville also boasts three UNESCO World Heritage Sites –  the Cathedral, the Alcázar palace complex and the General Archive of the Indies. It is the capital city of Andalucia and is quite expensive but definitely worth it!

 Madrid, Spain

Madrid, Spain
Madrid, Spain

Madrid, Spain

Madrid, Spain – Madrid is a south-western European city and the capital and largest municipality of Spain, it is the third-largest city in the European Union, after London and Berlin, and its metropolitan area is the third-largest in the European Union after Paris and London.

Madrid is a big, well planned city. You can walk mostly everywhere and it’s very safe.

 Cordoba, Spain

Cordoba, Spain
Cordoba, Spain

Cordoba, Spain

Cordoba, Spain  – The third Andalucian city on this list, Cordoba’s historic centre is also a UNESCO World Heritage site – it appears Andalucia  is not lacking in cities to vist! I would recommend visiting all three Andalucian cities if you get the change to for a whole rounded ‘Andaluscian’ experience.Cordoba is Most Unexceptional explored on foot and is famed for delicious Andalucian food!

 Granada, Spain

Granada, Spain
Granada, Spain

Granada, Spain

Granada, Spain – The city of Granada has an irresistible lure that has fascinated architects, writers, mathematicians and artists for centuries.

Granada, which climbs a series of hills against the backdrop of the Sierra Nevada mountains, is also fascinating, born from a mixture of cultures, with a lovely old quarter.

 Salamanca, Spain

Salamanca, Spain
Salamanca, Spain

Salamanca, Spain

Salamanca, Spain – Salamanca is a city in northwestern Spain, the capital of the Province of Salamanca in the community of Castile and León. Its Old City was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1988.

 Valencia, Spain

Valencia, Spain
Valencia, Spain

Valencia, Spain

Valencia, Spain  – Slightly more laidback than Madrid, Valencia also boasts an impressive number of stunning buildings and the UNESCO World Heritage site of La Llotja de la Seda. The city has one of the largest historic centres in Spain and is well renowned for it’s food! Paella for instance is a Valencian meal – as is the Spanish omelette.

 Toledo, Spain

Toledo, Spain
Toledo, Spain

Toledo, Spain

Toledo, Spain – Toledo has a complex history. It was conquered by the Romans in 192 BC. The Visigoths made it their capital in mid 6th century and it became Spain’s religious center and political power. The Arabs or Moors arrived in the 8th century but the Jews and Christians continued to live here and were free to practice their respective religions.

Toledo, My favorite small city. The cobblestones, bridges, alleys, balconies, shops and churches tucked into each other was like walking through a storybook.

 Tenerife, Canary Islands, Spain

Tenerife, Canary Islands, Spain
Tenerife, Canary Islands, Spain

Tenerife, Canary Islands, Spain

Tenerife, Canary Islands, Spain – Tenerife : Island of Eternal Springtime

Tenerife is the largest of the Canary Islands, and also of volcanic origins. It is dominated by the 3718 meters high volcano Mount Teide with its mighty crater.

The Teide is not only the highest mountain of all Spain, but also the mountain with the highest elevation in all the Atlantic Ocean.

At the sides of the montain range which crosses the island there are extremely fertile valleys with important plantations of bananas and tomatoes.

Tenerife’s coastline is typically rugged and steep, however there are as well almost 70 kilometers of fine sand beaches, in particular in the islands’ south, with Playa de las Americas and Los Cristianos among the Most Unexceptional known.

 Mallorca, Spain

Mallorca, Spain
Mallorca, Spain

Mallorca, Spain

Mallorca, Spain – The ever popular star of the Mediterranean, Mallorca has a big sunny personality thanks to its ravishing beaches, remote mountains and soulful hill towns.

Mallorca, SpainWhen most people think of Mallorca, they usually imagine endless beach resorts filled with rowdy holiday makers (Magaluf in particular), but the largest of the Balearic Islands has more than a handful of idyllic places to swim and sun. Below the dramatic Tramuntana mountain range on the northwest coast is the chic pebble beach of Deia. It’s a bit of a hike from the main village, but gorgeous water and perfect lunch spots make this a winner.

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2019-07-26
Joe