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Logrono, the wine capital of the famous wine region of La Rioja, is located on the banks of the Rio Ebro and the pilgrimage route to Santiago. It is the commercial centre of the region with a lot of activity. Many residents in this city are involved in the wine trade. The grapes from the …

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Santander, the capital of Cantabria on the Atlantic Ocean in northern Spain, is a seaside city that still thrives on fishing, but also has an incredible fin de siècle grace and a natural landscape. The beaches are also top-notch and are right on your side if you find Spain’s the Mediterranean Sea too hot in …

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If you are looking for a holiday in Spain, there are several areas where you can choose. One region that always does well with holidaymakers is Andalusia. This region is located in the south of Spain, against the sea. In Andalusia, you will find the province of Seville with the eponymous capital. This city is …

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In terms of population, Granada is the 17th city of Spain, but one of the best known.   Granada and Alhambra Alhambra, the huge Moorish palace, is probably Spain’s most famous monument. The city has great cultural wealth, with influences from the Moors, Jews and Catholics. People interested in different cultures, museums and churches can …

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The Basque city of Bilbao has become a vital hub of art, architecture and design and is home to many museums, galleries and architectural wonders. But the city is not only a work of art to view, but it also has a beach for a beautiful day of relaxation, lovely terraces, tapas restaurants and a …

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The end of the journey for weary pilgrims and the supposed resting place of one of the 12 apostles, Santiago de Compostela is a city with a dazzling artistic and historical richness. It is one of the essential destinations in the Catholic world.
You will need a lot of time to see the old centre and its vibrant ensemble of churches, monasteries and stately squares that have taken shape around the place of pilgrimage since the 1990s.

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Two monks and a hill. When Máximo and Fromestano founded a convent dedicated to San Vicente, they did not know that it would be the first Christian capital of the Iberian Peninsula.   The creation of Oviedo has all the legendary epic ingredients of all major acts and cities. Since ancient times it has retained …

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Nine things to do in Pamplona Pamplona is the capital of the Spanish province of Navarra and runs to the south of the border with France. The region is located between The Basque Country and Aragon. The city has something for everyone: whether you are visiting to take part in the thrill of the San …

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Cordoba in Andalusia is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Spain. From the iconic mosque-cathedral to the beautiful flower-decorated patios that are open to the public in May, this is a city with something for everyone. Read on for the ten best and most delightful things to see and do in Cordoba, Spain. …

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Pablo Picasso is very present in Malaga. The best example of this is the Picasso Museum, founded in 2003. Also, there is the House-Museum of the painter. For culture lovers, it is especially advisable to visit the Carmen Thyssen Malaga Museum. This museum underlines the importance of Andalusian artists in Spanish painting of the twentieth …

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The city Huelva Huelva is the capital of the area of a similar name and is situated in the self-sufficient district of Andalusia. The city is situated at where the waterways Tinto and Odiel meet up, around 90 km west of Seville, the capital of Andalusia. The Huelva was a gathering purpose of various societies …

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Spain has, many large cities that you can visit, Zaragoza is one of these cities. The fourth-largest city in Spain, lying halfway between Madrid and Barcelona.   Zaragoza Zaragoza is the capital of the province of the same name and falls under the autonomous region of Aragon. This city has more than 650,000 inhabitants and …

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A city associated with famous deep-rooted traditions, Toledo has its share in international tourist interests, in particular, the procession of the Most Holy Corpus Christi, a festival that is celebrated every year and attracts thousands of tourists to the place   The city has its origin as Toletum. The Romans gave this name in the …

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Merida is the capital of Extremadura. In ancient times it was the centre of Roman culture in southwestern Europe. Because of this, there are still many remains from this era to be found in Merida.   Merida After Rome, Merida is also the city with the most Roman sights in Europe. Mérida also has a …

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Barcelona

Barcelona, ​​the famous capital of the autonomous region of Catalonia, is located in northeastern Spain on the Mediterranean Sea. The metropolis has almost 7 million inhabitants, making it the second-largest city in the country after Madrid.   The city has a Mediterranean climate, with long, dry summers and short, mild winters. Although it has few …

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The city in Spain that you must visit is, of course, Madrid. Madrid is the capital of Spain and also the largest city that you will find in this country.   The city is located in the centre of Spain, on the Spanish Plateau. The capital Madrid is the fourth largest city in all of …

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Almeria, Spain is the capital of the municipality of the same name in Andalusia, in southern Spain and has around 200,000 inhabitants. It is beautifully situated on the Mediterranean Sea with some 219 kilometres of sandy coast, the Costa de Almería. Almería has the most sunshine hours in all of Europe, makes the city a …

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Do you feel like eating delicious tapas on a square in the sun and do you see yourself strolling through cosy streets? Then go on a city trip to Salamanca, the oldest student city in Spain!   Salamanca is more than 200 kilometres west of Madrid and is known for its golden sandstone buildings. It …

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