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Barcelona
Capital of Catalonia and second largest city of Spain is beautiful holiday destination that offers numerous sightseeing. This place knows how to entertain huge crowd of tourists. This city never sleeps and always ready to please the vacationers coming for Europe tours. It is situated between the mountains and sea and gives panoramic views. Barcelona is considered as the modern, cosmopolitan and sophisticated city. Enjoy living statues, street musicians, live concerts, museums and beautiful beaches. Churches, stadiums and museums are considered as the major highlights of the city. This city organises various cultural festivals and live shows which you can enjoy in the evening time.
Ibiza
Ibiza, an island which is one in a thousand! It is undoubtedly popular within the international club life scene. Every one who loves nightlife clubbing should have been at least once on this magical island.From all over the world, top DJ's are attracted to play records at this party island. Real die-hards, however, think that Ibiza has become too much commercialised. The island, with its 84,000 inhabitants, attracts over a million visitors every year. Despite this, Ibiza remains a draw. During the whole summer, the island is the scene of non-stop parties, which can be said of only a few other places in the world.
Madrid
Madrid is home to the Royal Family, It is Europe's third largest city is Spain's financial and political core, as well as the extraordinary cultural riches of the Golden Triangle - the Prado, Reina Sof+¡a and Thyssen-Bornemisza art museums. The repression and torpor of the Franco era (1939-75) are now all but forgotten by Madrileos who, perhaps more than any other Spaniards, are determined to vivir a tope (live life to the full). The craving for conspicuous enjoyment, not to mention the 2,800 hours of annual sunshine, turn the streets into bustling centres of public display.
Malaga
Málaga calls itself the ‘Capital of the Costa del Sol', it is very untypical of the region it serves, and for better or for worse, it has absorbed very little of the Costa holiday culture. Málaga airport is used by millions of holidaymakers annually as the gateway to Spain's most commercialised coastline with the ‘super resorts' of Torremolinos and Marbella, just a few miles west.
Sevilla
It is located on the plain of the River Guadalquivir, with an average elevation of 23 ft above sea level. It is the capital of Andalusia and of the province of Seville. It is the artistic, cultural, and financial capital of southern Spain. The inhabitants of the city are known as Sevillanos (feminine form: Sevillanas) or Hispalenses. The population of the city of Seville was 704,414 as of 2009 (INE estimate). The population of the metropolitan area (urban area plus satellite towns) was 1,450,214 as of 2009 (INE estimate), ranking as the fourth largest metropolitan area of Spain.The Cathedral of Seville was built from 14011519 after the Reconquista on the former site of the city's mosque. It is amongst the largest of all medieval and Gothic cathedrals, in terms of both area and volume. The interior is the longest n...
Valencia
Valencia is also know as ΓÇÿNew Barcelona'. It is third largest metropolis in Spain and now one of the hottest tickets in the European city break market. A short hop from the resorts of the Costa Blanca to the south and serviced by a large number of low-cost airlines, its transformation has been led by two huge projects. The first is the architectural tour de force La Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias (The City of Arts and Sciences) housing an eclectic range of visitor attractions. The second project was the America's Cup, the world's biggest and most prestigious yachting event, which was staged in and around Valencia in 2007.
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