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Get ready to witness diverse natural landscapes and some of the greatest architectural wonders. Spain is among the few countries in Europe with such a wide range of experiences in store for tourists. If you are a thrill-seeker, the plains of Andalucia, the snow-capped Sierra Nevada, the mountain ranges of the Pyrenees and Picos de Europa have lots of adventures in store for you on the mountains and rugged terrains.

If you wish to simply admire the beauty of hilltop towns and enchanting valleys, head towards the countryside. Those who wish to unwind on mesmerising beaches during their cheap holidays to spain and enjoy some thrills on the water, head to the islands of the Canaries or the Balearic. However, you just can't miss the wonderful cities of this country, which is home to some elegant and historic structures.


1. Madrid

The Spanish capital and the European Union's third-largest city is a lively place to be in, as it has amazing energy. Art lovers would fall in love with it at first sight and would like to keep coming back to explore the city’s architectural delights. Madrid is also the country's economic, political, and cultural centre. The Spanish rulers had hired the finest talents in arts and architecture to create some historic monuments in madrid, such as the Royal Palace and the Almudena Cathedral. In 2017, it was listed as the 10th most liveable city in the world by the Monocle magazine.


2. Barcelona

A perfect place to enjoy some 'wine and dine' experiences, Barcelona is a charming seaside city with an impressive culture and fabulous architectural treasures. It is the largest city as well as the capital of the autonomous community of Catalonia. Some of the historic buildings in the city spans 2000 years and provide a glimpse of the Roman-era. The city is also home to the finest creations of Antoni Gaudi and other architects of Catalonia. Among the largest metropolises located along the coasts of the Mediterranean Sea, Barcelona would surely delight you with its architectural treasures.


3. Seville

This fantastic city was founded as Hispalis during the times of the Romans. Later, it became 'Ishbiliyya' when it came under the Muslim rulers in the early 8th century. The people residing in this city call themselves 'Sevillanos'. You can treat yourself with some brilliant flamenco performances in this part of the world in any of the clubs that have kept this centuries-old form of dance alive. Seville's interesting past would also be of great interest for you if you're a real history buff.


4. Valencia

When you're in this Spanish city, you'll have some excellent cultural and nightlife experiences. It is the third-largest city of Spain and has one of the largest historic centres in the country. The marvellous views, cultural attractions, and ancient monuments of Valencia are some of the major elements that have made it one of the nation's most popular tourist destinations. As it has a long history, one can find many traditions and popular celebrations being hosted in the city. Valencia is also an excellent place for having some pleasant dining experiences.


5. Bilbao

A city located in the northern part of Spain, Bilbao was founded in the early 14th century by the head of the Haro family, Diego Lopez V de Haro. It enjoyed great importance throughout the 19th century owing to rapid industrialisation. It was awarded the status of the Best European City on the 8th of November, 2017, by an international organisation called 'The Academy of Urbanism'. The city is also home to the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao, which is a museum of modern and contemporary art designed by Frank Gehry, a renowned Canadian-American architect.