Cities in Spain – guide to cities in Spain
There are many large cities in Spain see map of Spain and
a lot of the major cities in Spain have airports see map
Spain - although there are many large cities in Spain the vast majority of
tourists go to the Costas and
spend two weeks enjoying a "sun,
sand and sangria" type holiday which has made Spain one of the world's
top tourist destinations .There are however many cities to visit in Spain
If you're holidaying on the Costa
del Sol you'll be able to enjoy some day
excursions to the historic cities in Spain of Cadiz, Seville,
Malaga and Granada.
Seville is the capital of Andalucia and is one of the most romantic cities
in Spain. It's also one of the hottest cities in the whole of the Iberian Peninsula.
Malaga city is a cosmopolitan town.
If your holiday destination is the Costa
Blanca, take the time to visit Alicante
which offers fine beaches, a wealth of entertainment, shops and culture and
of the most impressive seafront promenades in a city in Spain. Valencia
to the north, has some beautiful architecture.
Barcelona city, on the north east coast,
is one of the most fascinating cities in Spain with its awe-inspiring Gaudi
architecture. Bilbao, on the north
coast, is one of the cities in Spain attracting international tourists
thanks to the fantastic Guggenheim Museum. Santander, to the west of Bilbao Spain,
has been a favourite seaside haunt of the Spaniards.
Madrid is the capital city of Spain and home
to the Spanish government, the royal family and of course the revered Real