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  • 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…

  • Santiago de Compostela: a little of everything in the Ensanche area.

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    … Santiago de Compostela. A Coruña. (Galicia) A little of everything in the Ensanche area. Santiago's newest area is a big open-air shopping centre. It runs along the streets and avenues of Xeneral Pardiñas, Montero Ríos, Doctor Teixeiro, Alfredo Brañas Boulevard, and Plaza Roxa and Galicia Squares. H…

  • Salamanca: gastronomic delicacies and street markets.

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    … Salamanca. (Castile-Leon) Gastronomic delicacies and street markets. In the historic centre you will also find shops selling Salamanca's typical sweets and foods: the shops in the streets around Plaza Mayor Square offer a magnificent display, packed with exquisite flavours. On the subject of gastron…

  • Valencia, culture for people of all ages.

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    … Valencia. Valencia is an exciting and educational city for people of all ages, especially if you visit unique venues such as the futuristic Arts and Sciences Centre. The whole family will have a great day at the vast marine centre there, where animals from all the oceans of the world can be seen at …

  • Tapas in Salamanca.

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    … Salamanca. (Castile-Leon) Going out for tapas in Salamanca is a way of not only sampling the local dishes and gastronomic products, but also of taking part in a custom which is well-loved by its inhabitants. It’s something everyone enjoys: good food in a great atmosphere. The historic centre of the …

  • Barcelona: peace and quiet, music and terraces.

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    … Barcelona. (Catalonia) The city of Barcelona is the perfect place to enjoy a few drinks while looking out over the Mediterranean, strolling through its streets or dining in any of its restaurants. A good area for this is the Port Vell harbour which has numerous bars and restaurants overlooking the s…

  • Seville: a city with something for everyone.

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    … Seville. (Andalusia) In Seville you will find the city you’re looking for: inviting, with numerous parks for children, and always ready to have fun. Its most popular attractions include the rides and shows in the Isla Mágica park, with its incredible themed settings such as the realm of the pirates,…

  • Partying in Zaragoza.

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    … Zaragoza. (Aragon) In Zaragoza, from Thursday onwards the nights are for having a good time. There are numerous clubs in the city for dancing to all kinds of music, having a few drinks and staying out until the early hours. In the old part of the city, thousands of young people and students congrega…

  • 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…

  • The charm of the Villas Marineras.

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    … Summer has a special flavour in the north of Spain. August and September are ideal months to explore the Villas Marineras (seaside towns and villages) of Green Spain: Cudillero, Gijón, Llanes and Ribadesella in Asturias; Laredo, Santoñaand San Vicente de la Barquera, in Cantabria; Baiona, Ortigueira…

  • Madrid, a privileged cultural destination.

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    … Madrid. If you want to get to know Spain and Spanish culture, then Madrid is a destination not to be missed. This is not simply on account of the Prado Museum, one of the world’s finest art galleries. This capital city is a living reflection of the diversity and variety that are so characteristic of…

  • Madrid: World Capital of Art.

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    … Madrid. The Prado Museum, the Thyssen-Bornemisza and the Centro de Arte Reina Sofía Museum (MNCARS) together make up the “Paseo del Arte” or “Art Walk”. These three collections that make Madrid the world capital of art, three collections without which it would be impossible to understand the history…

  • Málaga and Picasso, The colours of success.

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    … Málaga. Malaga. (Andalusia) The opening of the Picasso Museum has been a real revolution in the options open to tourists visiting Malaga. Now, not only is it capital of the Costa del Sol, but also a cultural reference at national and international level. Since its opening on 27 October 2003, the mus…

  • Lugo for everyone.

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    … Lugo. (Galicia) You can get to know Lugo while you have fun with your family, by taking a dramatised tour of the town’s historic centre and by cruising down the river in a catamaran. That’s why the best time to visit is in July, August and September, when the sunshine beckons you out into the street…

  • Sun and culture on the Costa Brava.

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    … Girona. (Catalonia) Whitewashed fishing villages. Crystalline seawater. Underwater paradise areas and nature reserves with deep green, untouched landscapes. Small coves, hidden between rocky outcrops. Tourist towns like Lloret de Mar, Cadaqués and Roses. The Costa Brava forms a large tract of the Ca…

  • Sitges, fun and openness.

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    … Sitges. Barcelona. (Catalonia) Sitges is an open and easy-going city which is always ready to make sure you have a good time. Its over four kilometres of beach are perfect for a few days’ holiday, and its seafront promenade is full of restaurants and hyper-cool shops. At night, you can hear the late…

  • Barcelona: culture to suit all ages.

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    … Barcelona. (Catalonia) Barcelona offers a range of cultural options to suit all ages. Many of its museums such as the Chocolate Museum, the Maritime Museum or Cosmocaixa (where kids can experience a tropical rainfall, for example) are the perfect way to spend a fun day which will be both educational…

  • 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…

  • Barcelona: perfect for gifts.

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    … Barcelona. (Catalonia) The perfect place for buying souvenirs in Barcelona is the famous avenue known as La Rambla. In this area you will find typical gift and souvenir shops with all kinds of objects and ideas inspired by the city. Gaudí's Art Nouveau style and the colours of Barcelona FC are parti…

  • Barcelona: a return to childhood.

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    … Barcelona. (Catalonia) In Barcelona everyone is guaranteed to have a good time thanks to its attractions, the zoo where you will marvel at the acrobatics of the dolphins, the aquarium (one of the largest in Europe)… All of this in a destination where you can also spend the day on the beach and hire …

  • Barcelona, flavours from other worlds.

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    … Barcelona. (Catalonia) When it’s time to eat you’ll find that Barcelona is also cosmopolitan too. The city’s line-up of restaurants includes numerous places where you can surprise your palate with a whole range of different tastes and flavours imported from other continents. Oriental, Arab, Indian, …

  • 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 …

  • Santiago de Compostela: a land of shellfish.

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    … Santiago de Compostela. A Coruña. (Galicia) Santiago de Compostela is one of the best places to go if you want to enjoy first-class fresh shellfish. When you taste the scampi, prawns, scallop varieties, mussels, lobsters, crabs… fresh out of the sea, you will be bowled over by their unique and delic…

  • Santiago, the student nightlife.

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    … Santiago de Compostela. A Coruña. (Galicia) You’re guaranteed to have a great time every night in Santiago de Compostela thanks to its student atmosphere. The streets are always thronging with people, and the old part of town is packed with places which are full of life even on Sunday and Monday eve…