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The Mountains Sierra Nevada (Andalucia)
The mountains in Granada are covered by snow a large part of the year and it is possible to ski here from November to the end of May. The rest of the year Sierra Nevada is a nature park with endless possibilities for walks. Mount Mulhacen is 3000 metre high. Standing on the top you get the feeling of standing at the moon.
The Palace in Granada (Andalucia)
Alhambra, one of the most interesting and romantic of all the European monuments, dominates the city of Granada. The palace belonged to the sultan of the Spanish kingdom of the Moors. The Moorish culture and spirit is clearly reflected in the palace's style and architecture.
The River Guadalquivir (Andalucia)
The river Guadalquivir runs slowly westward towards Seville through Andalucia. The many towns that have sprung up near the river are well worth a visit. You can also see the old bridge Puente de la Donadas, which is said to have taken 50 years to build. According to the legend the bridge was only finished because the villagers sold their jewellery to raise the money needed for the completion.
The City Palma de Mallorca (Balearic Islands)
Palma is the main city at Mallorca and a good place to visit when you get tired of life at the beach. The city has a colourful vibrant centre with Gothic churches, broad boulevards, designer bars and small stores. Palma is a lovely place to shop and has a lot to offer. A beach lies only a few steps away from the centre when you get tired of shopping.
The Island Mallorca (Balearic Islands)
Mallorca is much more than barbecue parties on the beach and noisy tourists. Off course, there is a lot of tourism in the summer but if you rent a car and drive up in the mountains you can get a fabulous nature experience away from all the tourists. There are a lot of small villages on the islands where the Spaniards live isolated from the mass tourism. Here you can see the real Spain and enjoy the fertile nature in Mallorca's landscape.
The Old Town DAlt Villa (Balearic Islands)
D'Alt Villa at Ibiza is an old town with a citywall and narrow streets. The town has several cathedrals and museums to offer, among others Museu d'Art Contemporani. At Place de la Vila you will find a wealth of restaurants, galleries and shops. Behind the square you can go up and get a fabulous view of the town, the port and the coast
The Town Ciutadella (Balearic Islands)
The town Ciutadella at Menorca has several interesting sights. The sights include among others the old part of town and the port, which is definitely worth exploring. In the middle of the idyllic main street, which is surrounded by palm trees, you will see a small obelisk build in the memory of those who died during the fight with the Turks in 1558. If you would like to go shopping you should go to Ses Voltes. In Ses Voltes you will find the entire city's glamorous shops and bars.
Camp Nou Stadium (Barcelona)
FC Barcelona plays at Camp Nou. The stadium is quite impressive and has room for a crowd of 100.000. The club has a museum you can watch while visiting Camp Nou. The museum takes you through a tour of FC Barcelona's history and shows pictures of the many world famous stars that have played in the club.
The Building of the Sagrada Familia in Barcelona (Barcelona)
La Sagrada Familia in the middle of the elegant Catalan city Barcelona is a remarkable building. The church designed by the architect Antoni Gaudi is being built with strange moon like colours and shapes. This very day, years after Gaudi's death the building is still being build in his spirit. If you only want to do one day of sightseeing in Barcelona you must go to Sagrada Familia.
The Park Nöel (Barcelona)
Parc Nöel is the park where the remarkable Gaudi unfolded his enormous artistic talent. The benches in the park look like they belong in a fairytale. They have twisting shapes, patterns and bright colours. Next to Gaudis architecture the park also gives you a chance to listening to music since it often has life music.

Area and city attractions

• Barcelona
• Bilbo
• Lleida
• Madrid
• Málaga
• Seville
• Valencia

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