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The second largest city in Spain is Barcelona as well as being the capital and largest city of Catalonia. The city gained prominence over 2,000 years ago when it was a Roman occupied city name Barcino that became popular because of its location along Spain’s northeastern Mediterranean coastline. The city gained the attention of the entire world in 1992 when it hosted the summer Olympic Games and launched the tourist industry to a considerably higher level.

Barcelona Spain Night

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Bullfighting is one of Spain’s most antique and important traditions. Each year thousand of people gather in Las Ventas, in Madrid, for the bullfighting season.

Madrid Spain Bullfight

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Located in the Mediterranean Sea off the coast of Spain is the archipelago known as the Balearic Islands, one of the most popular tourist destinations in this region. The capital and most frequently visited city in the Balearic Islands is Palma de Mallorca. Not only will you find a variety of bars, restaurants, and retail shops, it also features a beautiful harbor and the most outstanding nightlife in the entire islands.

Balearic Islands Beach

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If you are an art lover, you can find some great art museums in Madrid, Spain to enjoy while visiting the city. Walk through the city’s “Golden Triangle of Art” at Paseo del Prado where three great museums stand up: Museo del Prado, Museo Reina Sofia and Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza. All of them have great art collections from different periods of art history as well as famous masterpieces from famous European Masters.

Madrid Spain Museum

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Situated near eastern Spain’s Iberian coastline is the western Mediterranean archipelago known as the Balearic Islands. The four favorite destinations of the island group are Ibiza, Formentera, Majorca, and Menorca. Aside from the diverse cuisine, culture, history, and landscape of the islands, it is the climate and the beaches that attract international visitors as well as those from Spain. Here are our choices for the top 5 unspoiled beaches in the Balearic Islands.

Ibiza Spain Beach

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Known primarily for its artistic and cultural heritage, Madrid is the capital and largest city in Spain. Additionally, it is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the country. The population is pushing 3.5 million so you can expect it to be busy all day long and well into the night whenever you visit there. Madrid is also a great family vacation destination due to the many theme parks you will find in the city. Here are several to consider if you are planning to vacation there with your family.
Madrid Spain Palazzo Reale

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Barcelona is Catalonia’s capital city and it is the 2nd largest city in Spain. Being located on the northeastern coastline of the Mediterranean Sea, the city has a rich history that stretches back over 2,000 years. For many international travelers, Barcelona is a particular favorite because of its climate and close proximity to the water. But there are so many other reasons to visit the city, including the art, cuisine, and the shopping. But what do you do where the cuisine is concerned if you are a vegetarian?

Barcelona Fruit

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The capital and largest city of Spain is Madrid as well as being the artistic, cultural, financial, and historical center of the country. With a population approaching 3.5 million, it is the busiest and most populated area of the Iberian Peninsula and southwestern Europe. Madrid is also one of the most popular tourist destinations in the region and sees millions of international travelers every year. For many of these visitors, it is the Spanish cuisine that is the primary draw.

Madrid Spain Food

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Nowadays Madrid, Spain is one of Europe’s most vivacious and dynamic cities. Thousands of people walk up and down its busy streets, have dinner at great restaurants, visit its amazing museums or just have a beer in a terraza. The city has many traditional and modern neighborhoods, each of them offering its visitors different kinds of activities and sights according to their interests. There is everything for everyone.

Madrid, Spain, Palazzo Reale

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The Running of the Bulls, the encierro in Spanish, is the most anticipated part of the Fiesta de San Fermín. I still remember the first time I learned of this event; my teacher had shown us a YouTube video in Spanish class.

St Fermin Pamplona

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The capital city of Catalonia, and the 2nd largest city in Spain, is Barcelona and its nearly 2 million residents. One of its most attractive features where tourism is concerned is the fact that it is situated on the Mediterranean Sea’s northeastern coast. The city has a rich culture and history that dates back some 2,000 years but it is known for so many other features that continue to attract tourists year in and year out. In addition to the culture and the history, don’t overlook the Spanish cuisine and the many entertainment venues.

Barcelona Night

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As one of Spain’s economic and cultural center, Barcelona is also a prime beach-lover’s destination with a myriad of beaches to choose from. Its 4.5-kilometer long coastline near the urban area showcases at least seven general beaches where one has even been named by a Discovery Channel documentary as the world’s third best beach! Let’s go and see what these beaches have to offer so be prepared to go for a dip below the cool waters, watch the beautiful people, and bask under the palm trees beneath the hot Spanish sun!

beaches in Barcelona

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When you think of Barcelona, the spectacular Gaudi architecture, breathtaking cathedrals and busy pavement cafes of Las Ramblas are often the first things that spring to mind.

Barcelona zoo

These attractions draw thousands of tourists to Catalonia’s cosmopolitan city every year – but anyone that has every travelled with a couple of energetic kids in tow, knows that all the culture in the word sometimes just doesn’t cut it. Here are three of the best family friendly activities to keep everyone happy. read full article

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Madrid, as every cosmopolitan city in the world, offers its visitors a large variety of good restaurants where they can enjoy a great meal. Eating tapas is the most commonly known practice in Madrid but if you are looking for a traditional Spanish meal there are numerous dishes you must try.

Patatas Bravas MadridPhoto by scaredy_kat

Most of them consist of meat, but you can also find some dishes based on seafood and vegetables. read full article

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A tapa, the miniature cuisine from Spain, is a finger food eaten between the meals. In Spanish, tapa means “cover or appetizer”. The Real Academia Española de la Lengua defines a tapa as “any portion of solid food able to accompany a drink”. You can choose from four types of tapas: cold, fried, sauce based and warm. The fried tapas, such as boquerones, calamaries, croquets, fritters, sausages and torreznos, are the most popular.
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The tapas served with salads can even replace a complete lunch. Tapas are made from both animal-based and agricultural products: anchovies, beef, cheeses, cocktail onions, dry nuts, meat, mackerel, sardines, squid, tuna, and vegetables. However, no tapa will be complete without olives. read full article

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