Popular Destinations in Spain
Madrid is a cosmopolitan city and capital of Spain. The city is
strategically well located in the heart of the Iberian Peninsula. Once you
are here, you can easily reach anywhere in Europe. Madrid is the historic,
cultural and aristocratic center of the country and is full of Baroque and
Classist style buildings. The modern elements merge seamlessly with the
heritage and result in a pleasing aesthetic across the city. Madrid is also
home to many museums, wide plazas, art galleries and beautiful parks, such
as Prado National Museum, Buen Retiro Park, Plaza Mayor, National Museum
Center of Arts Reina Sofia, Plaza de Oriente, Puerta del Sol, and more.
A cosmopolitan city in Spain, Barcelona is the capital of Catalonia. The
seaside city with a 2000-plus year history is renowned for architecture,
art, scenic views, tapas, wine, and nightlife. Barcelona is home to Antoni
Gaudi’s modern landmarks, Roman ruins, as well as iconic gothic structures.
While here, visitors must not miss out visiting Sagrada Familia, Gothic
Quarter, Park Guell, Casa Milo, and Barcelona Cathedral. Visitors can also
head over to the sandy beaches near the harbor and enjoy leisurely meals on
outdoor terraces. The balmy Mediterranean climate adds to the charm of the
city. One can also wander aimlessly and explore wide town squares where
street musicians play melodies on Spanish guitars.
The capital city of the Malaga province in Spain, Malaga beautifully
amalgamates modern lifestyle with rich past. It is the sixth largest city
in the country and is located on the Costa de Sol of Mediterranean. Natural
beauty is spread all over this city and attracts nature lovers from all
over. Malaga is birthplace of Picasso and is lined with interesting museums
and architectural gems such as Museo Picasso Malaga, Centre Pompidou,
Malaga Cathedral, Alcazaba of Malaga, and more.