TOP 5 Best Cities to Visit in Spain

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TOP 5 Best Cities to Visit in Spain

Want to know Europe? A country with a diverse culture, with a tradition and a friendly and fun people? Well, then I recommend you to visit Spain! I will introduce you five of the best cities to visit in Spain.
1 – Madrid

The country's capital is the place where culture, beauty and fun meet. Madrid offers a bustling and full of options such as bars, restaurants and parties where the guests of the city hostels are nightlife. It is the opportunity to meet beautiful people, play hard and try some of the fun of the city.
But you also you can, or better, you should take a good city tour. Madrid has several squares and parks like El Retiro, near the Royal Palace. This palace that retains almost entirely of originality when it was built and will provide you a return to the past life of Spanish royalty. It is worth visiting.
Speaking of places worth visiting, we have to comment on the National Centre de Arte Reina Sofia, with renowned works, culture and environment that exudes beauty.
Another recommendation is the guided city tours usually hostels organize tours like this and the best, they are free. If you want something more sophisticated, you can find also paid guides.
In Madrid you will find entertainment for all ages, styles and tastes. How about spending there ?!


The Catalan capital has attractions for all public and many would venture to say that the city is one of the best places to visit in Spain.
Barcelona offers, for those who love architecture, a range of options and tourist attractions that simply you cannot miss.
Places like Park Güell, Sagrada Familia and Mila, Vicens and Batló, works of Antoni Gaudi houses are mandatory and worthy stop for many photos and memories that will change your worldview.
For lovers of museums worth visiting and be enchanted with the National Art Museum.
Of course you have to take a souvenir for family and friends, the La Boqueria Market is ideal, plus enjoy sampling the delights of regional cuisine.
Barcelona will certainly be a mandatory stop!


Known for his refined cuisine at Valencia you will have the chance to taste the delicious Paella, a dish of rice and the union of various foods such as chicken, rabbit, duck, etc. Although displayed the Paella elsewhere in Spain, this is a typical dish of the city and some say that the real can only be enjoyed in Valencia.
Valencia also has famous sights such as La Lonja de Seda (Llontja of La Seda or Silk Exchange), a set of buildings or homes (as the Spaniards define) built between the years 1482 and 1548, to be a local market. Other sights that stand out are: Valencia Cathedral, Tower Serrano, The Market and the City of Arts and Science, which features a modern design in the midst of so much history.


The capital of the homonymous province in Andalucia offers a cozy landscape and a huge cultural wealth.
In the city that has triple cultural and religious influence coming from the Christians, Jews and Muslims, can be seen every construction and food in town.
In Granada you will find three of the most famous sights of Spain, namely, The Alhambra Palace, built by Muslim rulers, the Vila de Generalife Gardens and the Albacin neighborhood.
Ah, the city is served "Tapas" - cold or hot snacks usually consist of jamón (ham), chorizo, cheeses, salami and mushrooms - free accompanied by wine, in various bars around the city. However, you may also enjoy seafood, fresh fish, and dishes like fried broad beans with ham, omelet sacromonte, comprising brains, testicles and eggs and more.
A mixture of beautiful landscapes, beaches, gastronomy mouthwatering. Granada offers it all for you!


Besides a charming landscape you cannot fail to visit the palace complex "Reales Alcazares de Sevilla", consists of several buildings from different eras, the Cathedral of Seville and the General Archive of the Indies which is Spanish historical archive, all of which are considered equity of humanity by UNESCO.
The cuisine of Seville, similar to Granada, tapas are beyond stews mainly pork, vegetables. Among the main dishes found the Gazpacho, also known as cold soup, it is a cream tempered the garlic, olive oil and vinegar vegetables.
Ah! We could not stop commenting on the traditional festivals such as Easter, Feast April when the townspeople come out to dance, especially flamenco and bullfighting.
Seville is your destination for gastronomic tourism.


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My name is Inês I'm 23 years and I'm pregnant! :)
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author avatar Sivaramakrishnan A
27th Jul 2015 (#)

Thanks for this write-up.

No wonder Spain attracts so many tourists for sightseeing and fun - siva

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author avatar Inês Gonçalves
27th Jul 2015 (#)

thanks :)

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author avatar Randhir Bechoo
10th Aug 2015 (#)

Fun and exotic places to visit.

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