Top Cities in Spain

Pocket Guide: Spain

A land of sunshine, tapas, flamenco and beaches, Spain is one of the most popular holiday destinations in Europe. Head to its southern coast to top up your tan, explore pretty whitewashed towns and enjoy almost guaranteed sunshine, visit its cities for outstanding architecture, culture and cuisine or travel to Spain’s mountains and national parks for cycling, hiking, horse riding and even skiing. The country’s islands offer an even wider variety of landscapes, climates and attractions, ensuring there’s always plenty to do in this diverse and fascinating part of the world. Whether you want a beachside resort or a cosmopolitan hotel for an unforgettable city break, Spain has you covered.

Where to Stay in Spain

Barcelona – A hub of culture, nightlife and cuisine, Barcelona is a great place to party, dine and learn about Spanish, and Catalan, culture and history. Barcelona’s Gothic Quarter is a great place to start your exploration of the city, or head to the nearby La Rambla and enjoy a stroll down one of the most famous pedestrianized streets in Europe. You’ll find plenty of top hotels all over this gorgeous city.

Costa del Sol – Boasting mile upon mile of sun drenched sand with beach resorts galore, the Costa del Sol is a great place to top up your tan. Many of the region’s towns and cities are known for their vibrant nightlife, making the area perfect if you want to party all night and sunbathe all day.

Madrid – Fantastic for shopping, dining and sightseeing, the country’s capital is packed full of fun and exciting things to do and top places to stay. Visit Madrid’s royal palaces, its elegant squares and excellent museums, or relax and unwind in one of the city’s picturesque parks.

Galicia – Located in the north west corner of Spain, Galicia boasts rolling green hills, ancient stone villages, vibrant cities and some of the most beautiful beaches in Europe. Visit the spectacular Santiago de Compostela Cathedral, explore the region’s Celtic history or lounge on the breathtaking beaches of the Cies Islands.

How to Make the Most of Your Hotel in Spain

Thanks to its rich culture and heritage, every corner of Spain is dotted with fascinating sights and attractions. From the ornate Alhambra in Granada, with its Moorish designs and stunning setting, to Gaudi’s architecturally unique Sagrada Familia in Barcelona, and from the sprawling Buen Retiro Park in Madrid to the vertigo inducing town of Ronda in Malaga, Spain is home to some of the most impressive and unique sights in Europe. In fact, the country has such a rich heritage that it has the largest number of UNESCO World Heritage Cities of any country in the world.

Spain’s diverse landscapes and vibrant cities ensure there’s always something to do in this captivating country. Head to the Picos de Europa or the Pyrenees for fantastic mountain biking and trekking opportunities, visit the Sierra Nevada for skiing and cycling, or visit one of Spain’s historic cities for a fantastic choice of museums, galleries, restaurants and cultural institutions. The beaches that line the country’s coast offer a range of watersports, while Barcelona, Madrid, Seville and Granada are all fantastic for food and nightlife.

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