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The capital of Spain, located in the heart of the peninsula and right in the
centre of the Castilian plain 646 meters above sea level, has a population of over three million. Madrid is characterized by intense cultural and artistic activity and a very lively nightlife. more info ...
In a privileged position on the north-eastern coast of the Iberian peninsula and the shores of the Mediterranean, Barcelona is the second largest city in Spain in both size and population. It is also the capital of Catalonia. more info ...
Granada is the capital of the province with the same name, situated in the eastern part of the region of Andalusia. Geographical and scenic diversity characterizes the land. The city of Granada is located at the foot of the
Sierra Nevada mountains. more info ...
The province of Salamanca situated in the South-west corner of Castile & León on the borders with
Extremadura and Portugal, covers an area of 12,336 sq. km. The city is large enough to be able to offer the advantages of a real city, but at the same time it keeps the intimacy of a village. more info ...
Seville is located in the Southeast of Spain. A provincial capital, seat of the government and parliament of the Comunidad Autónoma de Sevilla (Regional Government). It has more than 700,000 inhabitants, nearly half the population of the whole province. more info ...
The capital of Tenerife is the second most populated city of the Canary Islands with more than 200,000 inhabitants. Its present importance comes from the development of its port and its commercial calling which made it progressively absorb the civic centres. more info ...
With 10,763km, 263 towns and villages and 2,154,322 inhabitants, the Province of Valencia is the largest of the three which together with Castellon in the North and Alicante in the South used to belong to the former Kingdom of Valencia. more info ...
Málaga is a city that sparkles because of its temperament. This shows above all in the best known folklore of Málaga: the song and dance of the Flamenco. Before and during Easter there are numerous processions. That's when Málaga shows itself in all its pomp and circumstance, a joy to behold. The city has many historic attractions. more info ...
Alicante's exceptional location between the mountains and the sea provides the city with a special enchanting beauty. The city, wherever one cares to roam, is spiced with the flavour of the sea, and continues to play its heart-felt role as a seaport, as it has always done. more info ...