Friday, July 21, 2017

Top Spanish Cities/Destinations in Spain

Top Spanish cities to visit in Spain

Whether you’re looking for a weekend away or family holiday, a trip to a Spanish city will tick all the boxes. From traditional Spanish culture and sandy beaches to buzzing city life, these top cities will have you wanting to return again and again.


Situated in the Catalonia district of Spain, Barcelona is home to over one million people. Famously known for its architecture, art and football club this city has something for everyone. Here you will find countless bars, restaurants, markets, cafes and nightlife spots, as well as spending at least part of your visit in awe at its astonishing landmarks.
Barcelona is made up of stunning buildings and architectural buildings, with some of the top attractions being the Sagrada Familia, Barcelona Cathedral, La Pedrera, and the Montjuic Magic Fountain, which attracts thousands of tourists every year. The city has lots of museums, but for art lovers, the Picasso museum is a must see, as is the FC Barcelona museum and the Nou Camp experience for sports fans.
Even though Barcelona is a city, it also holds lots of natural beauty including Park Guell and numerous sandy beaches, perfect when the Barcelona weather is at its finest.  


Madrid, the capital city of Spain, is a buzzing city packed full of charm, with a vibrant nightlife and a fascinating culture. Bars, restaurants, cafes and clubs line the streets with fun to be had around every corner. Landmarks cover the city and offer plenty to do. The Royal Palace of Madrid, Templo De Debod and the Real Basilica De San Francisco El Grande are definitely worth a trip while visiting this fabulous city if you’re in search of traditional Spanish culture.
Venues throughout the city offer a variety of events throughout the year, so there’s always something to keep everyone entertained. One of the biggest of these is the home of Real Madrid football club - the Estadio Santiago Bernabeu is a breath-taking venue whether you’re a sports fan or not. Madrid’s land marks and beautifully formed buildings demonstrate the city’s natural beauty, as does the Retiro Park -  another impressive feature in the heart of the city.


Based in the Costa Blanca region, the city of Alicante has lots to do and if you want your holiday to offer an extensive selection of options, then you’ve come to the right city. If you’re searching for a good time Alicante has a wide range of bars, restaurants, casinos nightclubs and entertainment venues and if you’re feeling a little delicate the following morning you can relax on one of its sandy beaches. Playa Del Postiguet and San Juan beach are the favourite amongst tourists and are surrounded by cafes, bars, shops, family friendly activities and a golf club.
Like other Spanish destinations that are rich in culture and history, Alicante combines both modern living and traditional culture beautifully.  One of the highlights of this is the Castle of Santa Barbara, a 9th century Roman remains located 544 feet above sea level. Or perhaps you’d prefer to see Alicante in its natural beauty – if so, a trip to the marina or Guadalest Valle should offer the perfect solution.


Located in Southeast Spain, Murcia is a large city on the coast of the Mediterranean Sea. Known for its warm temperatures, vineyards and orchards, tourists flock to this great city for a sun filled break, but Murcia has a lot more to offer than just its warm climate. Filled with a plethora of stunning landmarks this city is full of culture. One such example is the Cathedral de Santa Maria - this breath-taking site is must see on any visit.  If culture is what you seek, then Murcia has it all with historical grounds, religious sites and outstanding architectural buildings. If you plan a visit, it’s well worth a trip to the Sanctuary of the Fuensanta - or for art lovers the Museo Salzillo - which displays some of the world’s most beautiful pieces of art and sculpture.

Whichever Spanish city you’re looking to jet to next, with a wealth of opportunity at your fingertips, you’re sure to want to make a city break to Spain a regular event.

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