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Because Spain encompasses several autonomous regions and islands, the country boasts one of the most widely diverse cultures and landscapes on the continent. From the unique Basque Country in the North to the Costa del Sol beach resorts and Sierra Nevada mountain range in the South to the exotic beauty of the Canary Islands, Spain offers a wide variety of geographical contrasts and cultural diversity.

Capital: Madrid.
Coordinates: 40.4169° N, 3.7036° W
Climate/Weather: There are three different climate zones in Spain, due to its large size. Visitors can generally expect a Mediterranean climate, characterized by hot, dry summers and mild, rainy winters. The vast central plateau, or Meseta, has a more continental influenced climate with hot, dry summers and cold winters. Rain generally falls mostly in spring and autumn. The mountains surrounding the plateau have a higher rainfall and often experience heavy snowfalls in winter.
Currency: Euro.
Official language: Spanish Language.
Government: Unitary state, Constitutional monarchy, Parliamentary system.
  • Acantilados de los gigantes
  • Altamira Cave
  • Avila
  • Barcelona
  • Bilbao
  • Burgos Cathedral
  • Castellfollit de la roca
  • Cordoba
  • Cuenca
  • Dali Theatre and museum
  • El Escorial
  • Formentera
  • Fuerteventura
  • Girona
  • Gran Canaria
  • Granada
  • Ibiza
  • La Concha
  • La Gomera
  • La Palma
  • Lanzarote
  • Lugo City Walls
  • Madrid
  • Majorca
  • Minorca
  • Montserrat Mountain
  • Ronda
  • San Sebastian
  • Santiago de Compostela
  • Seville
  • Sitges
  • Tarragona
  • Tenerife
  • Toledo
  • Tower of Hercules
  • Valencia
  • Vall de Nuria
  • Windmills of la mancha

Attractive Tourist Places

Barcelona
Barcelona

Located in northeastern Spain, Barcelona is one of the country’s top travel destinations because it offers everything tourists look for in a European city from historic architecture to lively shopping, vibrant culture and buzzing nightlife. Unique to Barcelona are the architectural marvels of Spain’s famous architect, Antoni Gaudi, which include the Casa Batllo and the famous Sagrada Familia church.

Madrid
Madrid

Spain’s capital and largest city, Madrid, is widely known for its sizzling nightlife scene. Home to a number of universities, the city constitutes a diversity of ethnic groups, making it one of Europe’s most colorful cosmopolitan cities.

Granada
Granada

Located at the base of the Sierra Nevada mountains of southern Spain, Granada is the capital of the Granada province. Granada offers a perfect blend of traditional cultures, an animated nightlife and spectacular attractions including the world famous Alhambra, a pinnacle of Moorish art that encapsulates Andalusian history and is one of the great architectural sights of Europe.

Seville
Seville

Exceptional tourist attractions, lively festivals and buzzing nightlife all make Seville one of the best places to visit in Southern Spain. As the capital city of Andalusia, Seville is also the region’s financial and cultural capital. The city is home to many beautiful and important historic landmarks, chief of which is the grand Cathedral of Seville, where it is believed that Christopher Columbus is buried.

Valencia
Valencia

One of the largest and most important cities in Spain, Valencia is located in the eastern part of the country in the region of Valencia. After several years of major construction and renovation, Valencia today is famous for its Fallas Festival and the City of Arts and Sciences architectural masterpiece.

San Sebastian
San Sebastian

San Sebastian is the capital of the Gipuzko province, located in the Basque country of North Spain off the coast of the Bay of Biscay. This beautiful seaside city is well-loved for its excellent beaches and outstanding culinary tradition.

Cordoba
Cordoba

Cordoba is the capital of the Cordoba province in the Andalusian region of southern Spain. The historic quarter of Cordoba is a maze of tiny medieval streets, plazas and whitewashed courtyards all situated around the star attraction, the Mezquita. Initially built as a mosque, the Mezquita is now a glorious cathedral retaining most of its original architecture.

Toledo
Toledo

Perched on a mountaintop in central Spain, Toledo served as the Spanish capital until the 16th century. Because it was inhabited by Jews, Christians and Muslims for many centuries, the city is sometimes called the “City of Three Cultures.” Today, Toledo is a popular destination for its wealth of historic art and architecture that dates back to the Roman Empire.

Santiago de Compostela
Santiago de Compostela

The capital city of the Galicia region in northwestern Spain, Santiago de Compostela is famous as the final destination of the traditional pilgrimage known as Camino de Santiago.. Today, the city attracts thousands of visitors every year for both its religious tradition and history.

Bilbao
Bilbao

Bilbao was best known as an important seaport and industrial city in northern Spain until the construction of an architectural marvel in the 1990s known as the Guggenheim Museum. Since then, this capital city of Vizcaya has experienced a boom in tourism, promoting economic growth and revitalization of its many hidden gems, making it one of the best places to visit in Spain.

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