Spain - Places to See
Madrid, Spain's capital, is a cosmopolitan city. Art and culture are central to Madrid life. The city has 73 museums that cover all fields of human knowledge. Visitors can enjoy the sun, go for walks, go rowing or feed the squirrels in Madrid's large, impeccable parks and gardens. Madrid boasts concerts, exhibitions, ballets, select theatre productions, and the latest cinematographic releases. You can sample a wide variety of the finest Spanish and international cuisine. Madrid's happening nightlife is another major attraction. Its pubs, bars, discos and flamenco clubs have a tremendous atmosphere.
Barcelona is a cosmopolitan Mediterranean city. The city offers historical centre with Roman ruins, but also modern structures. Its exceptional communications network, its Mediterranean climate and its great number of tourist attractions make of Barcelona an important business city. The city has beautiful urban beaches, marinas, and seafront golf courses. Nature lovers will not need to travel far to be able to hike through the hills.
This city has an interesting collection of historic buildings, many of which have been declared World Heritage Sites, and also contains colourful districts. Museums, arts centres, theme parks, cinemas, theatres, and banquet halls are only a few of the endless possibilities that a great city like Seville affords. And the numerous terraces, pubs and bars should not be forgotten.
The city is a centre of commerce, culture, cinema, theatre, museums, music and business. It is a place for international and avant-garde design. There are also outstanding beaches and dunes. The beaches of La Malvarrosa and Levante offer a wide variety of places to dine and enjoy a quiet evening by the sea.
Santiago de Compostela
The historic centre is set around the cathedral. This part of the city has the UNESCO World Heritage designation. Here you will find buildings with centuries of history that give the city a unique appearance. Music, colour, dance and games fill the streets and squares on special occasions. Be sure not to miss the nightlife in Santiago, when its pubs, bars and clubs open their doors. The city never sleeps.