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|In the more than 1,400 Spanish museums you will find the works of artists who are known throughout the world. From all periods and in all styles. Of course you should visit the Prado Museum in Madrid, which is one of the most important art museums in the world, but there are also more than paintings. There are, for instance. also museums on subjects such as science, archeology and maritime. Cathedrals, monasteries, castles, chateaux. you can see the Alhambra in Tenerife, the Mosque of Cordoba, the aqueduct in Segovia, Gaudí's Sagrada Familia in Barcelona, Altamira caves, buildings constructed in Mudejar.
|The island welcomes the visitor in a wonderful mix of ecosystems and microclimates. Beaches with black sand in the northern part and large, wide beaches with golden sand in the south, tracks through fascinating volcanic landscape, steep ravines and a number of nature reserves makes Tenerife a popul...|
|First and foremost the province of Ciudad Real offers great nature experiences both in the way of nature and national parks, but also if you want to follow the footsteps of Don Quijote and be surprised by the windmills, the castles and the monuments on your way. |
The routes go through Villanueva de ...
|The island is perfect for those who wish to combine their sunny holiday with nature experiences as well as traditional and cultural experiences. |
Visit the mythical Montaña Tindaya where the island’s original population, the aboriginals, lived, and where there are many evidences from that time.
|The largest city, La Coruña (A Coruña in Galician) lies in the most north-western part of the province and is also known as Balcón del Atlánico (Balcony over the Atlantic). Here you can see the Tower of Hercules (the Tower of Hercules), originally built by the Romans. |
Plus the annual Viking festi...
|Almería is the place in Spain with the most sunshine hours a year, which means more than 3,000. The city bears the stamp of its connection with the sea, and it has its origin in the Arab rulers’ defence from approximately 1000 AD. |
Here you find the second largest defensive structure built by the Ar...
|El Hierro is the smallest of the seven islands and is situated furthest in the Atlantic. But even though it is small the landscape is very varied; from gold, volcanic formations in the south and east to fertile soil with vineyards and plantations in the El Golfo valley in the northwest. |
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|Mallorca is a popular holiday destination, but also has many protected natural resorts covering 40% of the island's area: Parque Natural de s'Albufera on the south-eastern part of the island, Parque Natural de Mondragó and not least Serra de Tramuntana near Valldemossa, Deià, Bunyola and Aloró. |
|Madrid became important and began to grow when the kings in Spain decided to move the Royal Court from Toledo. Visit the royal palaces in Madrid as well as in the province, for instance Palacio Real de Madrid
and Palacio Real de Aranjuez. |
The most important museums are Museo Nacional del Prado,...
|Walk through the central Santa Cruz, the old Jewish neighbourhood, towards the big cathedral with its tower, the Giralda. Enjoy the view along the river Guadalquivir
that separates Triana, the old art quarter, from the rest of the city, and see a flamenco
The Easter week is best experie...
|Barcelona is the capital and the most populous city of the Autonomous Community of Catalonia and the second largest city in Spain, after Madrid, with a population of 1,621,537 within its administrative limits on a land area of 101.4 km2 (39 sq mi). The urban area of Barcelona extends beyond the adm...|
|Granada is situated in a valley surrounded by the snow-covered mountain tops of Sierra Nevada. La Alhambra is without a doubt Granada’s main tourist destination and very popular, you should therefore order your tickets well in advance. This can be done at http://www.alhambratickets.com. You can als...|