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Visit internationally renowned Barcelona, with its numerous recreational areas, one of the best beaches in the world, a mild and warm climate, and many historical monuments, including eight UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
There’s an unforgettable something extra to life in Madrid. Whether it's an added splash of color in Goya’s paintings that line the Prado, or an extra bit of chili that adds a kick to the already famously flavorful cuisine, the city has a vitality that can captivate any visitor
Get a great deal on your stay in San Sebastian as you visit the sunny beaches, the Museo San Telmom San Sebastian Cathedral, and the Maria Cristina Bridge.
Leave the hustle and bustle of busy Barcelona behind and head north into the countryside to view the spectacular Pyrenees Mountains. Visit Parque Nacional de Ordesa with its spectacle of flora and fauna making it a paradise for walkers and nature lovers alike.
A deep sense of history fills Salamanca, the site of some of Spain's most stunning Renaissance and Plateresque architecture.
Known for its exuberant outdoor living and nightlife, Spain's third largest city has fertile farming regions and a warm coastal climate.
Visit the gorgeous Moorish palace of Alhambra, as well as, many alluring sights travelling along narrow streets rich in folklore.
Seville is famed as a city of celebration and vitality. The world's most famous flamenco festival takes place in Seville, as well as many other dance, music, and arts festivals.
Untouched by tourism until the 1960s, Ibiza retains a curious, indefineable magic.
Majorca is a good choice for visitors with children and especially lovely in spring. Kids love Majorca's family beaches and wide range of aquariums and marine parks.
Where life seems to have changed little in centuries, Santiago de Compostela is an ideal way to spend a peaceful, rural holiday. It is also the end point of oneof the greatest pilgrimages in Europe.