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In Malaga, you can take pleasure in the evening anywhere you want. It is a city that uses crowded locations, with a younger event setting, or relaxed locations where you can have a drink in a “loosen up” location with songs. Whatever your technique of taking pleasure in the evening, there is no doubt that …

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Alcazaba Fortress This excellent structure, developed mostly in the 11th century, was the palace-fortress of the city’s governing Muslims. It was improved the top of a hillside, adapted to the relief. It is developed by two walled locations, the lower, which is a significant area that adheres to the topography of the hill as well …

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The best sights in Malaga Málaga has it all, and its sights range from scenic beaches and hikes to its century-old castle structures, stylish harbours and excellent restaurants. Explore the many sights in Malaga and enjoy all the amazing attractions on your visit to Malaga.   Alcazaba (Moorish fort) You can, in any case, discover hints of the …

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Compared to other cities in Spain such as Madrid and Barcelona, ​​Valencia is a lot smaller. The sights are relatively close to each other, and the centre is compact. It allows you to reach most places on foot and you do not have to use public transport. Besides, Valencia is more complete than in other …

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The city of Malaga in Andalusia is full of historical monuments that attract millions of tourists to the city every year. But there is more to do in the city. To help you is an overview of what to do in Malaga. 1 Alcazaba de Málaga: Old Moorish Castle Fortress of the Moorish rulers, this …

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Santa Cruz, Seville | © Irina Sen/ShutterstockSeville has something for everyone. From its great Moorish and Catholic monuments to its historic bullring, and from great tapas bars to enchanting old neighbourhoods and giant wooden mushrooms, these are the top 20 attractions for you to seek out while you’re in the Andalusian capital.Royal Alcazar PalaceBuilding, Historical…

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One of the things I love about Spain is how it overflows with spectacular destinations. It’s one country you could keep going back to, constantly finding new cities and places to visit. And while the endless coastline has a wealth of awesome cities like San Sebastian and Barcelona, so too does Spain’s interior. Case in point,…

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Barcelona is an entrancing city, and there are numerous things to see. Here is a rundown of 4 of the most famous sights to see in Barcelona.   Basilica of the Sagrada Familia The Sagrada Familia is the first of 4 sights to see in Barcelona The original name of the congregation is the Expiatory …

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For the most part, Spanish castles weren’t built to be pretty, though there are a couple of exceptions. They are solid, serious and scary. They were designed to withstand sieges from everyone from Moorish invaders to the king in the next province. Sometimes royalty lived in them for brief periods, but more often their residents…

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Tourist attractions in Barcelona. The author Carlos Ruiz Zafón once portrayed Barcelona similar to a city that is ‘incredibly vain’. In any case, this self-esteem isn’t without reason, and you can perceive any reason why in this rundown of the sights and attractions in Barcelona that are essentially unmissable. From the incredible excellence of the …

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The Prado in Madrid is the most excellent workmanship display on the planet. It has over 7,600 artistic creations, yet can display just a single piece of its assortment for the absence of room. Anyway, an ongoing expansion to the exhibition hall expanded the space of The Prado Museum in Madrid by half, so more …

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The Alhambra is a beautiful historical fortress that served as a palace for the Moorish rulers of the kingdom of Granada. It is undoubtedly the most famous Moorish building in Spain and attracts millions of visitors every year. Perched high on a plateau on the southeastern border of the city, the Alhambra one could easily …

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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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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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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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With its Mediterranean climate and beautiful location on the Mediterranean Sea, the autonomous region of Valencia attracts many tourists every year. The area has 632 kilometres of coast, including the famous ‘Costa Blanca’. In addition to idyllic beaches and large seaside resorts, Valencia also offers beautiful Mediterranean landscapes, important mountain areas, small fishing villages and …

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Need sun, sea and beach, but don’t want to travel too far for it? Then Catalonia is the ultimate travel destination for you. In this area on the northeast coast of Spain, you will find the Costa Brava and the Costa Dorada.   Think of destinations such as Lloret de Mar and Blanes, where the …

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