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Cities in Spain to visit

Cities in Spain to visit

A land of astonishing geographical and artistic diversity, Spain is among the most powerful nations in Europe that cover four-fifths of the Iberian Peninsula. The country is divided into regions not reflective of political or cultural borders, particularly Andalusia, Ceuta, & Melilla; Castile/La Mancha & Extremadura; the Northern Region; Castile/Leon & La Rioja; Navarre and Aragon; Madrid; and Valencia & Murcia and Catalonia including Barcelona.

As diverse as the nation and the country’s regions as well, the cities in Spain are great beginnings to the diverse history and culture of Spain that any visitor could ever wish for. On top of that, the blending of old and contemporary cities make possible the coming together of well-known galleries, cathedrals, and museums rubbing shoulders with the loud bars and pounding discos of the city. Whether a taste of vibrant modern-day Spain or a feel of historically intimate Spain, tourists will discover something fascinating in the cities in Spain that will make every visit beneficial.

 

Madrid

Madrid is the capital city of Spain and lies at the centre of the nation. The city is pulsating and impressive, and although it lacks prominent monuments, it is abundant with cultural traveller attractions. Taking pride with three splendid museums, the Prado, the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia, and the Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza, Madrid is among the cities in Spain where a visitor with enthusiasm for art will find grand haven among impressive works and collections of art by leading Spanish and European masters.

However, the city of Madrid is not only for art fans, as the city facets a famous centre square, the Puerta del Sol, which is the primary shopping location and centre of the city’s nightlife. Madrid is a city to go to for tourists looking to find a diverse mix of historical, modern, and natural.

 

Granada

Another fantastic city of Spain is Granada, historically speaking; the town was the last city to fall to Christians. Its extraordinary Alhambra monument, a palace-fortress built in the 13th to 14th century by the Nasrid leaders, is one of its famous tourist attractions. Granada is among the “should go to” cities in Spain for a walk through centuries of impressive surroundings and informing experience.

There are numerous other cities in Spain worth visiting also, such as Barcelona, Sevilla, Cordoba, Cuenca, Toledo, and a lot more. Whichever a traveller picks to check out, one thing is sure; it’s going to be a treasure chest of excellent travel experiences.

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