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  • Bilbao an architectural laboratory.

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    … Bilbao. Vizcaya - Bizkaia. (Basque Country) If you take a stroll around Bilbao nowadays you will be constantly amazed by the ground-breaking structures designed by some of the most prestigious architects in the world. As you visit the new spaces created on the banks of the city estuary, you will com…

  • Barcelona, a city for strolling.

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    … Barcelona. (Catalonia) With its Mediterranean climate and wide boulevards, Barcelona is ideal for strolling. On the Paseo de Grácia avenue you will find luxury shops and buildings such as Gaudí’s famous houses, the Casa Batlló and La Pedrera. Take a stroll through the streets of the Gothic Quarter a…

  • Strolling in Valencia.

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    … Valencia. In Valencia you will be able to stroll around and still see the Gothic architecture of past times in the city’s historic centre. You will be bale to discover buildings such as the cathedral and the famous bell tower, known as the “Miguelete”. It is the city’s highest monument, and if you c…

  • Flamenco in Madrid.

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    … Madrid. In Madrid you'll enjoy the best live flamenco every evening. Here you'll be able to discover first hand the atmosphere of some of the most famous "tablaos" (flamenco clubs) in the world, and you'll understand why people have always said that if you want to succeed in this art you have to com…

  • Granada’s most flamenco side.

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    … Granada. (Andalusia) The best way to feel the true cultural roots of Granada is to visit its flamenco clubs. There are numerous areas where you can see this type of live music show. At all of them you will be able to feel the excitement of the Spanish guitar, see typical flamenco costumes, learn wha…

  • Madrid to suit every budget.

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    … Madrid. Madrid is the ideal city for enjoying the popular custom of “going out for tapas”: this consists of moving from one bar to another with your friends and enjoying delicious bite-sized portions of typical local specialities (potato omelette, spicy fried potatoes in sauce, croquettes, squid, co…

  • Salamanca at a leisurely pace.

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    … Salamanca. (Castile-Leon) Salamanca is the perfect city for browsing. A stroll around the pedestrian streets in its historic centre will take you past its two cathedrals, the House of Shells, the Clerecía church and the university. Don’t forget to stop in front of the university building to observe …

  • Santiago, a pilgrimage destination.

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    … Santiago de Compostela. A Coruña. (Galicia) Santiago de Compostela is the final destination of the Way of Saint James, a route that will offer you a unique experience. You will feel a great sense of achievement as you arrive in the city with your backpack and see the towers of the Cathedral looming …

  • Zaragoza after the Expo.

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    … Zaragoza. (Aragon) Here in Zaragoza you’ll find a renovated modern city that you’ll want to get to know better. And that’s because the Water Expo held in 2008 has transformed Zaragoza into a city of avant-garde architecture with 24 new bridges and areas for sports. When you visit the most innovative…

  • A different Barcelona.

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    … Barcelona. (Catalonia) Discover Barcelona in an exciting, original way. How do you like the idea of taking helicopter ride for a panoramic view of the city, the Mediterranean Sea and nearby Mount Montserrat? Or what about a guided scooter tour of the city, taking in major attractions such as the Sag…

  • Alicante, winter resort.

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    … Alicante - Alacant. (Valencia) Alicante in its streets. Alicante is a perfect maritime destination in winter, thanks to its mild weather and almost 3,000 hours of annual sunshine. Make sure the plans for your visit include sampling Valencia gastronomy at the restaurant in the port, playing some golf…

  • Andalusia in Spring.

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    … (Andalusia) In spring you will find Andalusia bursting with colour, fiesta and flavour, displaying all its magical splendour. In this season, the south of Spain has a very special atmosphere. Its people are full of joy and come together as at no other time to celebrate some of the region's most inte…

  • Ávila, a journey back to the Middle Ages.

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    … Ávila. (Castile-Leon) A visit to Ávila is a trip back in time where you will feel like a real medieval knight. The city (walled, yet open-minded) is a designated World Heritage Site and provides the perfect surroundings to immerse yourself the flavour of the Middle Ages. Come and stay for a few days…

  • Benidorm in peace and quiet.

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    … Benidorm. Alicante - Alacant. (Valencia) Every day is a pleasure in Benidorm, as this is a city for made for relaxation, sunbathing on beaches of golden sand, taking a leisurely stroll to look at the views… What’s more, you’ll feel completely at home here, as this is a holiday destination with a lon…

  • Cadaqués, the city of Dalí.

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    … Cadaqués. Girona. (Catalonia) In Cadaqués there’s a surprise waiting for you in the house of the Surrealist genius Salvador Dalí. Known as the Portlligat House-Museum, it consists of a group of fishermen's cabins arranged to form a kind of maze, which Dalí modified over a period of 40 years to make …

  • Bilbao from a boat.

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    … Bilbao. Vizcaya - Bizkaia. (Basque Country) In Bilbao there is a different a way of seeing the city's main museums and monuments: by boat. You will be able to see the following things while you sail down the Nervión estuary for an hour: the impressive Guggenheim Bilbao Museum, Euskalduna Palace, Zub…

  • The modernist town of Comillas.

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    … Comillas. Cantabria. Comillas is a town in northern Spain, in the Region of Cantabria, sheltered by the Picos de Europa Mountains. It has an attractive harbour and beaches with crystal clear waters. It was birthplace of the film maker Mario Camus and the traditional holiday destination of the nobili…

  • Discover the history of Cadiz by sail.

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    … Cádiz. Cadiz. (Andalusia) Cadiz offers you the opportunity to discover its ancient history from the sea with a gentle sail around the bay. Every day the “La Pepa Cádiz” sets sail on a trip lasting an hour and a quarter, on which you can see everything from the city walls to the castles of Santa Cata…

  • The La Robla express, a period train in which to explore northern Spain.

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    … Astorga. León. (Castile-Leon) We propose the idea of enjoying a trip in a period train plying its way along three routes between Bilbao, León, Gijón, Santiago de Compostela and Ribadeo. This is the La Robla express, a railway line offering a classic décor and modern facilities all designed to enhanc…

  • Two days in Valencia.

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    … Valencia. Valencia is a Mediterranean city by the sea which combines the tradition of its historic quarter with the innovation of the ultra-modern City of Arts and Sciences. That’s two reasons for spending a couple of days in the city, but there are more: its culinary delights, pedestrian streets, g…

  • Elche, white palm crafts and footwear.

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    … Elche. Alicante - Alacant. (Valencia) In Elche you’ll discover a very special craft based on the white palm (palm leaves which turn white when deprived of sunlight for months), and also its footwear. White palm weaving is found in the Palmeral de Elche, an enormous garden of palm trees –declared a W…

  • Around the Balearic Islands by boat.

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    … (Balearic Islands) The Balearic Islands share such special landscapes, climate and culture that you are sure to be captivated. It happened to people such as Chopin, Errol Flynn, Winston Churchill, Rubén Darío and Joan Miró, and it will happen to you too. While they all share these qualities, each is…

  • The Balearic Islands – come and feel the Mediterranean.

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    … (Balearic Islands) The Balearic Islands are located in the Mediterranean Sea and are a perfect destination for holidays in the heart of nature, where you can do sports and enjoy the peace and quiet of hidden coves. You won’t know where to start: hiking and cycle-touring in Biosphere Reserve areas, w…

  • Majorca: much more than just sun and sand.

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    … Majorca. (Balearic Islands) Discover a holiday destination in the heart of the Mediterranean that attracts millions of visitors every season. A place in Spain where the sun shines almost all year round, about two hours flight from the major European capitals. Come to Majorca, the largest of the Bale…


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