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Explore Spain and be welcomed in a varied, friendly land that will seduce you with its cultural diversity, world-class art, rich background, and mystical landscapes that range from the peaks and forest of the Basque Country in the North bordering with France to the rocky and sandy Andalusian beaches in the South. Discover Barcelona’s incredible artistic cultural heritage and dive into its vibrant nightlife scene. Modern cities such as capital Madrid, home to the Royal Palace and Prado Museum, Valencia, with its contemporary cultural scene and renowned for its futuristic City of Arts and Sciences, or Sevilla, with streets pulsing to the rhythm of Flamenco and crowded with bars and restaurants, will enchant you with their lively atmosphere and will make feel at home even when far away from home.
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Madrid

Unveil the treasures of Spain's capital

Spain’s capital beckons you to soak in its relaxed atmosphere and explore its impressive historical, cultural and artistic heritage and the country's most exclusive shopping and dining venues. With a mild, warm climate all year, Madrid is a perfect holiday destination for travellers looking for an unwinding vacation or the excitement of the city’s world-renowned movida- you will see the city at its best after 9.00 p.m.!

Barcelona

Welcome to the heart of Catalunia

Thanks to its warm weather, the rich artistic and cultural heritage, its convenient location in the heart of Catalonia on the lively Costa Brava, and the excellent, welcoming hospitality of the locals, Barcelona is one of the most popular holiday destinations in Europe and one of the most cosmopolitan cities in Spain. Faithful to a long, inclusive cultural tradition, Barcelona blends its unmistakable contemporary and modernist architectural style with a glorious history well represented by the ancient landmarks and monuments all over the city.

Logroño

Discover the Spanish wine capital

Located in the middle of the Rioja region, the tranquil city of Logroño awaits you with its world-famous wineries, a quaint atmosphere and Spain’s best gastronomy. A lovely town on the banks of the river Ebro, Logroño boasts a rich history and folklore that you will never tire of discovering. The Camino de Santiago crosses the city, which makes it a unique commercial, cultural and spiritual hub.

Las Palmas

Visit the pearl of the Canary Islands

With its sandy beaches, the crystal-clear waters of the Atlantic Ocean and a warm climate all year round, Las Palmas is the top destination for a relaxing holiday in the Canary Islands. Visit the capital of Gran Canaria, and enjoy the sun and the sea at the fancy Playa de las Canteras, treat yourself to a day of shopping in Calle Triana or indulge in the excellent specialities of the many local restaurants.

Valencia

Enjoy the sea in Spain’s third-biggest city

One of Spain’s most modern hubs and its third-biggest city, Valencia welcomes you with its cosmopolitan atmosphere, sandy beaches, modern entertainment venues, and high-class cuisine. Visit the futuristic museums of the City of Arts and Science, relax by the sea, and taste exceptional tapas and paella, the hallmark Valencian speciality. The nearby La Albufera National Park is a heaven for hikers and nature lovers, offering a network of paths, incredible beaches and spectacular sunsets.

Murcia

The perfect getaway in southeastern Spain

A modern university city with a rich historical past, Murcia is a peculiar destination for a weekend getaway or a trip with friends in southeastern Spain. Discover the city’s exceptional cultural and historical heritage, treat yourself to high-end gastronomy at the many local restaurants, explore incredible natural landscapes, and enjoy a wide range of entertainment options suitable for any traveller.

Córdoba

Experience Andalusia at its finest

Boasting cultural wealth and a rich historical past attested by the many Moorish, Christian and Jewish monuments and buildings, Córdoba is among the most quintessentially Andalusian cities, and a favourite destination for travellers exploring Southern Spain. With a charming historic centre listed among UNESCO World Heritage Sites, a varied and rich cuisine, and plenty of lively venues where you can enjoy folkloristic flamenco performances, Córdoba will never disappoint you.

Granada

Discover the Alhambra and the Sierra Nevada

Nestled at the foot of the imposing Sierra Nevada, Granada is one of the most alluring and multifaceted cities in Andalusia. With its architectural and cultural wealth attesting to the local Moorish, Jewish and Christian heritage and contemporary attractions and facilities, the city harmoniously combines past and modernity, boasting invaluable UNESCO World Heritage Sites such as the historic district of Albaicín, the Generalife palace and the majestic Alhambra.

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Cartagena

Unveil one of Spain’s most charming port cities

Visit Cartagena and discover the treasures of one of the most important Spanish port cities. With an unexpected cultural richness, delicious traditional gastronomy, stunning nature and over 70 kilometres of coastline with some of Spain’s most beautiful sandy beaches, Cartagena is an ideal destination for an original getaway far away from tourist crowds and an unmissable stopover for any road trip in the Murcia region.

Bilbao

Explore the capital of the Basque Country

A unique destination for a getaway in northern Spain, Bilbao is a fascinating industrial port city offering attractions for any kind of traveller. Beautiful beaches and natural landscapes, thriving gastronomy, effervescent nightlife and the world-renowned Bilbao Guggenheim Museum await you for an unforgettable stay in the Basque Country’s capital.

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Toledo

Visit the “City of Three Cultures”

A fascinating, ancient city in the middle of the Castilla-La Mancha region, picturesque Toledo is the perfect choice for a relaxing weekend or a one-day trip. A crossroad of the Jewish, Christian, and Arabic populations- Toledo is known as “The City of Three Cultures”- the former Spanish capital combines its wealthy historical past and sites with modern attractions and an intriguing culinary scene. From the imponent Alcázar to the renowned El Greco Museum, discover unique UNESCO-recognized landmarks.

Salamanca

A unique blend of old and new

Visit captivating Salamanca and discover the lively, cosmopolitan vibe and the unparalleled cultural heritage of one of Spain’s most prestigious university cities. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Salamanca combines centuries of history and artistic wealth with a fresh, young atmosphere that makes it an attractive destination for students, families and solo travellers.

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