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Does anyone know of any Spanish city that's nice to visit with my partner and not too expensive?

4 months ago

I would like to know different opinions on this subject because I want to go with my partner and surprise him.

Thank you very much.

187 comments
Spain
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4 months ago

SEVILLA sin duda alguna.

Valencia mas interesante

Spain
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1 month ago

Really?

Comparing Valencia with Seville, I know the earth pulls, but there's a big difference. And Ojo I am Valenciano, for my Seville is by far the most beautiful capital of Spain.

Of course, you say that... for you, but for other people, Valencia has other beauty.
And nothing is worse or better just different customs, people, etc.

Spain
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30 days ago

Yeah, he's got interesting things, but saying more than SEVILLA...

Spain
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4 months ago

Have you been to Zamora? You'll be surprised.

Spain
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8 days ago

I totally agree. Unknown unjustly. A beautiful old town and it eats divinely

Argentina
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4 months ago

Seville is a great choice. But a middle and very pretty city is Granada. If you get out of pomegranate caps, they only charge you the keys. Tapas are free

Well, I think bravery is better.

Spain
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30 days ago

It's not free. You pay for beer. It has a higher price.

Spain
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19 days ago

That's not true, the price is the same or at most a few cents and the lid is worth a lot more than the difference there can be with some other cities

Not true, from €1.80 to €2.10 according to the drink + free lid (in some places they look like rations). These free tapas elsewhere charge you from €1.50 to €15 as if it were a dish.
RECOMMENDATIONS: Bar d'tapas in Churriana de la Vega, Los Diamantes centro de Granada,

Spain
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4 months ago

Cádiz, Oviedo, Málaga

Oviedo is beautiful and the gastronomy

León, Granada, Avila, Cáceres...

Spain
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4 months ago

I recommend Asturias, the north in winter is always a good choice. There's a lot of nice, affordable villages to spend a couple of days as Cudillero can be. I'm sure you have country hotels around. I also recommend Tapia de Casariego...

If you're going to cudillero I recommend the hotel the cabin you'll feel at home

Spain
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1 month ago

I completely agree...

Spain
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1 month ago

Tapia is very nice but in winter and in bad weather it's empty, although you can go to Ribadeo on Sunday because they open the shops in the center and it's very lively and it's beautiful!

It's been on my schedule long enough to visit Asturias.
But it's not the time!

Spain
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4 months ago

I recommend you go to the city of Doncel: SigÃ1⁄4enza... you have so much to see, eat, and walk... it's actually a village but it's called "Doncel City." It's beautiful, it's got incredible corners and it's gastro. It's not the same, it's got a gastronomic offer that many cities already want, even with a Michelin star. I recommend seeing it at night too, because everything changes with the illumination of monuments, that is, open up because it's always cold.

Spain
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1 month ago

We were a couple not long ago and we loved it.. it has a special charm. I recommend it especially the cathedral is immense and beautiful.

I recommend Torremolinos (Malaga) in the Carihuela area.

It's a beautiful mill tower.
Excellent atmosphere.

SF Carihuela Luxury Suite has a very interesting offer these days of Black Friday for the Geniuses and tomorrow they open it for everyone.

Argentina
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4 months ago

Toledo, Málaga, Barcelona ufff tantísimas ♥♥♥♥ que lo disfrutes!!!

Spain
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4 months ago

Asturias never disappoints, like Gijon as city or Oviedo tourism, that some of its smallest populations for rural tourism; Llanes, Villaviciosa, Ribadesella...

Spain
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4 months ago

Toledo just arrived from there beautiful city of three cultures.

Spain
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4 months ago

I recommend Teruel City of Lovers. Very nice city of moving art. Very good hotels and very good food

United Kingdom
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4 months ago

Granada - A beautiful city, everything with walking distance and dominated by The Alhambra which is simply stunning. Enjoy!

Teruel, Huesca and Zaragoza, all Aragon

Spain
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4 months ago

Ponferrada and the Bierzo...

Salamanca, little, pretty, all close to visit and cheap price.

SALAMANCA, no doubt, is a great choice!

Spain
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4 months ago

Granada y súper barato

For me a wonderful city is Madrid but Barcelona is special, maybe it's by the sea or because I traveled there when I tried to search and find. Madrid or Barcelona? Finally, Madrid.

Spain
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8 days ago

I'm from Barcelona but I like Madrid better. But Barcelona is expensive.

Argentina
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3 months ago

If it's a short getaway, Ronda is wonderful!!! And if you go by car, they can walk the White Towns route, it's beautiful... Unforgivable Setenil of the Bodegas

Spain
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3 months ago

La Coruña. Besides, you eat very well.

Spain
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3 months ago

Como ciudades pequeñas para ir en pareja: Toledo (espectacular) Salamanca, Segovia, Burgos, estas 3 perfectas en invierno

United States of America
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1 month ago

What recommendations to make or see in Segovia

Aqueduct, Cathedral and the Alcázar above all

Comer cordero, cochinillo o judiones de la Granja

ALMERIA, gastronomic capital, beautiful beaches, everything very cheap and excellent people. Perfect destiny for all the months of the year!

Spain
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3 months ago

Acabo de llegar de Sevilla y te lo recomiendo...Granada Córdoba y sin duda Toledo

United Kingdom
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3 months ago

Palma

Spain
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3 months ago

Hola! Yo iría a Segovia.
Es preciosa, romántica, y barata.
Allí las tapas también son gratis y muy ricas. Y tienes un montón de restaurantes también con comida buenísima.
También hay muchos pueblos cercanos, preciosos..y muchos castillos espectaculares cerca.
Por las noches Segovia tiene un aspecto mágico.

Spain
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1 month ago

Segovia to go as a couple is a delight

No doubt among my favorites is Seville, Cordoba and Málaga. They all have their charm and each one totally different. In Seville and Cordoba eating is a luxury, it is cheap and there are millions of tapas places and very cheap. And Malaga is such a pig on the beach... Fish can't stop trying. Any of the three would be a good choice!

Portugal
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3 months ago

Grenada is ideal. University atmosphere, very interesting cultural offer, good-value food offer, even cheaper carpet, I wouldn't hesitate.

Spain
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3 months ago

Love Granada, Alhambra Palace is special and a free tapa with every drink! Lovely squares and shops.

Spain
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3 months ago

Don't forget Benidorm for a fun filled holiday, but 3 nights is enough for me!

Spain
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3 months ago

Valencia is a great city especially Fallas week in March.

United Kingdom
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3 months ago

I like the small white painted villages. Great if, like me, you travel alone.

Spain
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3 months ago

Hello Castellón. It has beautiful villages Sagunto, Morella, ares ect, beautiful in winter and summer with coastal towns and great beaches.

Spain
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2 months ago

Sagunto is Valencia, girl.

Spain
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3 months ago

You can visit the city with the largest palm grove in Europe and three heritage sites of mankind. Elche.

United States of America
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3 months ago

Valencia. Great park, beach, old town, culture, few tourists and much less expensive than Barcelona.

Spain
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3 months ago

Granada, sin duda 👍

Spain
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3 months ago

👉ㇾSantander and visits Santillana del Mar or Cabarceno Parks.
👉🏾Leon and you're going to eat or dine at the Cave of the Cura in Valdevimbre or you're going to eat a marathon stew at Castrillo de los Polvazares al Arr

Spain
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3 months ago

I recommend Cordoba, no doubt a charming city, many places to visit, full of history. You will enjoy great food and good people, no doubt a three-day getaway without stopping, where you offer Tours and Free Tours to visit at the same time as you know the history that hides the city, the incredibly beautiful courtyards, the Arab Baths, and if you want to have a drink at night, there is also an atmosphere, no doubt... a place to score and meet.

Morocco
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3 months ago

i recommend sevilla

Spain
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3 months ago

SEGOVIA!!!! Comida perfecta, ciudad bella....

Spain
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3 months ago

Jerez de la Frontera, nice, cheap and lively.
And now with the boom, unbelievable.

Spain
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1 month ago

Do you know where to stay and eat well?
We want to go with my partner in May.

Spain
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3 months ago

Burgos es barata y muy bonita

Spain
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3 months ago

CUDILLER, BLACK, FRONT VEHICLE,

Spain
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3 months ago

The whole of Spain is wonderful. North to south, any provincial capital or village. It's eaten wonderfully, there's history and the spaghetti's lovely ge erzl. In 2019 prices are still given away to Europeans, Japanese and many Americans.

Spain
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3 months ago

Granada ... Lo tiene todo

Spain
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2 months ago

I recommend Úbeda and Baeza (de Jaén), you will be surprised by these two monumental World Heritage cities, one 9 km away. on the other, some of its places are comparable to the best places in Florence, for example the Plaza de Vazquez de Molina in Ubeda, the Plaza de la Catedral de Baeza. As for the lodging, a multitude of hotels highlighting the smaller ones as Palacios or Mansions of the Nobles, and the Yantar insured in any of their multiple hotel and beverage-making establishments will be surprised. And for being the great strangers of Spain, all at surprisingly affordable prices.

Spain
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2 months ago

Granada and Seville are winning bets, no doubt. It also depends on each other's interests. Because if you're looking for a beach, I'd choose Benidorm or Alicante. I don't know, you have to specify a little more because it depends on each other's age and tastes.

Spain
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2 months ago

I've been to Cadiz in San Fernando in Chiclana in dan lucas. In Seville in Granada in Rota i all that is beautiful i eat well i abien at price

Spain
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2 months ago

Málaga es bonito nerjar. Sevilla. jerez. ronda . Toda la parte de Andalucía la alambra Sevilla Granada

I recommend Burgos. Lots of art, lots of green areas and very good food: milk, black pudding... mmm

Colombia
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2 months ago

santander, oviedo, and a beautiful little town called SANTOA...In front of the fountain named after SANTOÉ there's a bar where you can eat a delicious, super-economical seafood salad and croquettes

Spain
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2 months ago

Úbeda y Baeza ( de Jaén ) Andalucia
Hace 6 días
Os recomiendo visitar Úbeda y Baeza (de Jaén), os sorprenderán estas dos ciudades monumentales Patrimonio de la Humanidad, una a 9 km. de la otra, algunos de sus lugares son comparables a los mejores lugares de Florencia, ejemplo la Plaza de Vazquez de Molina en Ubeda, la Plaza de la Catedral de Baeza. En cuanto al hospedaje, multitud de hoteles destacando los mas pequeños por ser Palacios o Mansiones de los Nobles, y el yantar asegurado en cualquiera de sus múltiples establecimientos hosteleros y de tapeo a precio de la bebida quedareis sorprendidos. Ah¡¡¡¡ y por ser las grandes desconocidas de España, todo a precios sorprendente-mente asequibles.

Good morning.
I would recommend Cadiz, Jerez de la Frontera, Sanlucar de Barrameda, Arcos de la Frontera and any of the villages in the province of Cadiz, both the route of the white villages and the coast. I'm sure you'll love it and either one of them can go on tapas or rations and they're economic.

Spain
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2 months ago

Seville and you won't regret it, now never come in summer haha

Granada

Visita Burgos te sorprendera

And it's not expensive.

Cartagena, you have field and sea. You've got tours and seeing the past of mining in the Cartagen and beach fields anywhere.

I recommend you Valencia is an interesting city especially in March from 5 the week before failures there is already an interesting cultural and beautiful environment

Canada
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2 months ago

We like Aguilas and Denia not too touristy and great beaches

Spain
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2 months ago

Granada

Argentina
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2 months ago

I would recommend a lot Torrox, Nerja with its beautiful beach and Los Balcones de Europa, I loved ANDALUCIA all, Granada, Sevilla;Malaga, Marbella. Awesome.

Spain
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1 month ago

Madrid espectacular. De ahí el dicho de Madrid al cielo

Spain
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1 month ago

If you prefer cultural tourism, no doubt Salamanca, it is a beautiful city, with very good cuisine for all pockets, and a spectacular atmosphere.

Bilbao, a modern city. You can walk perfectly, ideal for a bridge. Not that it is cheap, but there are very competitive accommodation in Portugalete (with its Hanging Bridge) and Santurtzi (with its fishing port). Don't stop visiting the Getxo area. As far as cooking is concerned, there are simply no words.

I recommend Cuenca, it's a World Heritage Site, beautiful

United Kingdom
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1 month ago

Malaga is a surprise with its cathederal, top shops, roman remains and a citadel. Add in museums and Picasso and you can easily spend a long weekend there. If budget is an issue, then look to stay in the resorts of Torremolinos and Fuengirola and travel in by either bus or train for a couple of euros each way.

Spain
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1 month ago

Have you noticed how many answers? Grab your car and get going; walk no more than 300 km. From where you live and you'll have a chance to see fantastic villages, which most wonderful ones. You're looking for an answer that can't be answered or, in any case, has hundreds of answers.

Spain
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1 month ago

San sebastian spectacular view of the shell with the island of clear santa will fall in love

United Kingdom
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1 month ago

I would recommend Córdoba or Sevilla. They´re both incredibly charming and with very good connection by car or train from Malaga´s airport. Also the variety of food and accommodation is big and you don´t have to spend a lot of money. Also plenty of tourist all the time so locals wont be weird about it. Of course I would chose Córdoba, thats where Im from! lol

Spain
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1 month ago

The character of Cordoban is similar to that of Granaine and the character of Seville is funny. In Cadiz you get a much better deal, funnier, sincere and friendly.

Málaga for its museums, its monuments, its port pier with its bars and restaurants its cultural activities etc..., good hotels and good road links, planes and trains

Spain
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1 month ago

Oviedo and Asturias in general are of the best quality and price. Good gastronomy, amazing landscapes and great monuments to visit

Don't hesitate to meet Extremadura, it will surprise you very positively. GUADALUPE, a small village named the most beautiful people in Spain, with a monastery heritage of mankind and beautiful alleys for day and night walks. It has had prizes in terms of rural accommodation and spectacular cuisine and the treatment of people and everything cheap. You can go on excursions to Trujillo and Cáceres, very close by, and you will also love them.

Spain
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1 month ago

Recently on a trip I made from Galicia (place that I adore for its landscapes) to Madrid, we stopped in a town full of charm and with good prices. The town is called Cacabelos and is near Ponferrada. It is a place of passage to make the road to Santiago. It has vineyards around and very interesting places to taste Spanish cuisine. They also offer Saturdays, live music, which gives a lot of atmosphere. Good luck!

Spain
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1 month ago

Depende desde donde te desplaces
Sevilla, Cordoba, Jaen, Caceres, Salamanca, Zamora, Avila, Soria, Segovia, León, Oviedo; Coruña; Lugo, Vitoria, Bilbao, San Sebastián, Santander, Valencia, Murcia...

Spain
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1 month ago

San Sebastian's got something special for me, though, with a good wallet.

Mexico
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1 month ago

Granada

Spain
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1 month ago

No doubt... Grenade. beautiful and very economical.
You just order drinks and the lid is spectacular.

Seville is beautiful..to eat...There are also tapestries with drinks.

United Kingdom
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1 month ago

Malaga 💯

Spain
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1 month ago

Albarracín. No doubt with a lot of gastronomic charm and amazing hiking trails.

Argentina
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1 month ago

Sin dudar, San Sebastian

Spain
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1 month ago

Hello I am from Valencia!! And I went to Granada a year ago and it's special wonderful both environment and food as well as cultural visits....it's worth going!!! I went as a family and would repeat fences where there's an atmosphere and you eat chap.

Spain
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1 month ago

Lugo ( Galicia) , ciudad romana. Expectacular gastronomía,gente amable, barata

Spain
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1 month ago

Granada, Cadiz, Cartagena (Roman Theatre very nice), a beautiful port, among other things.

Spain
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1 month ago

If you want to visit her in spring Seville is beautiful, but if you want in Summer at medium price. I recommend Torremolino.

Spain
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1 month ago

SALAMANCA, sin duda

Hello Good morning, I travel to Madrid 10-19 Marzo any hotel you recommend? Thank you.

Spain
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1 month ago

Por supuesto sevilla o cordoba

Sevilla!!! Good weather, a thousand bars for the center of cheap tapestries, drink bars, march, the river... no doubt the best city

Spain
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1 month ago

Logroño is the great forgotten one, but as soon as someone visits it they always want to return ;) The same goes for Asturias (or at least me) Gijón is a good choice if you want city, if you want New Town of Llanes it's nice and you eat well, Llanes, etc... Santoña is also highly recommended!

Spain
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1 month ago

Como ciudades me de canto por Barcelona, Madrid, Sevilla, Córdoba, como comunidades autónomas prefiero Asturias, Cantabria y Euskadi

Spain
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1 month ago

Almeria... you have everything... mountain. Beach... history. Gastronomy... good weather and super cheap

Spain
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1 month ago

Cádiz y Sevilla

Spain
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1 month ago

Leon is a beautiful city has a lot to see and you have the wet neighborhood, the romantic neighborhood etc.. and their bars are great they put some tapestries as they say there great and very good prices in hostels and food

Spain
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1 month ago

Valencia- Valencia. And now in March, the month of failure is beautiful. It has good prices and lots of tourist places to visit, you won't stop knowing because there's so much to see and enjoy.

Spain
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1 month ago

Córdoba Sevilla Granada....

Italy
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1 month ago

Valencia and Seville no doubt, I live in Valencia and it's super for 3/4 days but Andalusia in general is very cheap and charming

Spain
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1 month ago

Córdoba!!! Vais a quedar enamorados

Spain
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1 month ago

Aranjuez is a good choice, beautiful gardens, a falù museum, a palace, and great strawberries.

Ronda, in Málaga is beautiful, a charming and unique place... look at pictures of the place. Walking, hiking, horse riding, etc.

Spain
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1 month ago

Ebro Delta. Good food and very economical.

Spain
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1 month ago

Cuenca o Toledo.

I book 4 months in advance through booking in luxury apartments in Barcelona and... they cancel my reservation and give me for the.... viva booking, if I cancel I pay, if they cancel ME....

Malaga

Spain
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1 month ago

Mallorca!!!

United Kingdom
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1 month ago

Cartagena in the south it beautiful as is the area a little train can take you to some little villages around it

United Kingdom
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1 month ago

What is the situ with Coronavirus in Adele Tenerife booked to Go month

United Kingdom
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1 month ago

Adeje in Tenerife with Coronavirus I hope it’s contained soon I’m due to go in a month

NO DUE SOMEWHERE THE CANARY ISLANDS PAINT. (LEFT EAGGF)

United Kingdom
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1 month ago

does not understand

Spain
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1 month ago

Grenada the best of Spain, if you don't visit Granada or have you seen Spain

I think I like all spawn but the province of girona surprised me because although the capital is very beautiful the surrounding villages also have a lot to see and together the sea and the mountain, plus the cooking in spawn where you go is good

United Kingdom
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1 month ago

Galicia retreat near outagura absolutely amazing place

Seville is undoubtedly a great base for exploring the whole city on foot, and there is a price for all audiences with leisure, business, entertainment, or just walking.

Spain
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1 month ago

Yo voto por Málaga Salerosa

Spain
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1 month ago

Sevilla!!

Spain
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1 month ago

I recommend Las Palmas de Gran Canaria is a city that has all the first good weather at any time of year.He's got an old helmet that's a wonder with its pedestrian streets that you can walk around and watch the beautiful constructions.You certainly have to go to their two beaches that are in town and where you can take a bath and then go eat good meals at a good price. If you cheer up, I'll give you a little guide.Come and repeat.

Vente a Asturias.

Spain
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1 month ago

I think Isabel Gandara is right. Asturias is a very good decision and to climb the peaks of Europe from Ribadesella by bus and to the lakes.

Spain
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1 month ago

Mérida , Extremadura

Santiago de Compostela

Spain
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1 month ago

Málaga is not a bad choice although grenade is magical and more affordable to cover

Grenada is beautiful, on a cultural level it has a lot of things to visit and it has an advantage and is that it is very cheap to eat. They give you tapas with the drink so for 2 euros you have any drink you want and a meal, with two or three tapas you have eaten (depending on the person). If you organize it well you can visit countless places with very different and interesting cultural currents. I highly recommend it.

Spain
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1 month ago

I recommend you, North. San Sebastian, Zarautz, Getaria, Zumaia.A beautiful landscape of sea and mountain. Good Gastronomy.

Slovakia
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1 month ago

We recommend you - Blanes, Costa Brava, near Girona Airport, even without Spanish and Catalunayn language, you can comunicate in English and it is not far away from Barcelona. For 21 euros for person you get 5 dishes of great food, there is grocery stores, even Lidl with similar prices like everywhere and great prices for wine. (0,89 € for wine) :D

Hi Maria, I'm from Córdoba and for me a charming and beautiful city is Seville, especially at night. Cordoba is also very pretty.

Spain
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1 month ago

I would recommend any Andalusian city

Spain
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1 month ago

I imagine everyone told you about their city, because for the prettiest, in Alicante it's where I live it's a city of heat and beach light. temperatures are very pleasant all year round. You can enjoy beach tourism and go out drinking and eating well. This is where you stretch out late. I cover dinner and drink all together. People enjoy summer nights walking at 2:00 in the morning like it's 4:00 in the afternoon in other cities. It's small so you can walk around, see the Square of the Lighters from where the party mascletas are thrown, see the Central Market, the Rambla, City Hall, San Nicolas, the Esplanade and the Moor's face in his castle at the Postiget. The Old Quarter with its alleys and stairs comes alive in the evenings, filling up with people partying. Rent a car or take the tram and see the coastal towns that are beautiful. Calpe villajoyosa Benidorm You can come over and see the chocolate factory The people of Alicante are friendly and travel two and three blocks to show you or to accompany you if you need help.
Alicante is a fantastic place to get lost at any time of year but if you manage to get a date to be here at bonfires (June 20-24). You'll be hallucinated.

United Kingdom
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1 month ago

Málaga is a fabulous city ... vibrant, cultural, retail therapy, easy to get around on foot or by bus, train or excellent taxi service. In addition a beach .... not all cities can boast a beach! Also accommodation and restaurants to suit all budgets. Absolutely loved it!

Spain
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1 month ago

We just arrived from Sequeros, which is in the Sierra de Francia Salamanca and I didn't know what was as beautiful the villages as in the landscape.

Spain
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1 month ago

Seville, San Sebastian, Leon, Granada, Toledo, Alicante... Ugh. Is that our Spain is wonderful wherever you go

Spain
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1 month ago

Granada sin duda

Spain
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30 days ago

Hello good, Arriondas in Asturias is beautiful, I just got back from there and I loved, the accommodation inside Gaia cheap and perfect

In Spain there are many beautiful places from big cities to towns.... Albarracin is beautiful, Zaragoza is also beautiful and not very expensive and then what other people have told you is also very good and so many others I do not know have mentioned

Spain
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30 days ago

SEVILLA, sin duda

Any choice they tell you will be fine, knowing to search according to your budget. You have to be clear about one thing, the more offer there is, the more variety of prices you're going to get. I've been to Teruel this weekend and the price seemed quite reasonable, an apartment for the family two nights for €158. And Teruel with his lovers I think it's a solution for a couple where he's not only going to enjoy a nice city but excellent cuisine.

VIGO beach, mountain, ISLAS CIES and boat to the cities of the river of VIGO, GASTRONOMIA FOR ALL PRICES

I recommend Cordoba. Everything at a good price and you just walk and see the monuments.

Spain
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30 days ago

Hello, no doubt Seville, you will have a lot to see, a lot of atmosphere both day and dazzling night. and the most economies

Spain
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30 days ago

... Valladolid, Salamanca, Toledo, Cuenca.... Are there places in Spain that are not worth it?

Cañete in Cuenca. Charming city, little medieval. It's not expensive.

Spain
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30 days ago

Sanlúcar de Barrameda, a beautiful town where you eat scandal and everything at a good price, close to other Gaditanas villages, such as Cádiz itself, Jerez, Puerto....

United States of America
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30 days ago

Segovia was beautiful went with my boyfriend. Stayed at the San Miguel hotel. Friendly and helpful staff and stay was so inexpensive. Segovias Aquaduct was amazing!

No doubt, Olite is a very charming little town!

You can find the Royal Palace there, in addition to the excellent Wine Cellars.
Several hotels like La Joyosa Guarda , Merindad de olite, Zanito, El Juglar, among many others and restaurants of high quality and attention.

You'll feel at home!!!

We just spent a weekend in Carrión de los Condes-Palencia. Although this area appears to be tourist unknown, we have been housed in an 11th century monastery (San Zoilo), a wonder and something unusual, and both the village and the surrounding area are full of history, nature... and very good cuisine. Certainly a lovely place to spend a few days relaxing.

Spain
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29 days ago

Certainly one of the most beautiful and economical cities is Córdoba, there is for all tastes, whatever the traveller's preferences and interests, not in vain it has two nicknames, Cordoba la LLana, for the ease of walking it and Córdoba la sultana, not only because it was an Arab caliphate, but because it is a stately city, its people are often elegant, cheerful, polite and friendly, I visit Córdoba whenever I can.

Spain
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29 days ago

I don't know if anyone said SORIA, capital. If I don't say so. Nice, small, quiet and beautiful surroundings. And what about your food and tapas. And if you want to go to CONIL de la Frontera, its light is different and walk in the sand, unbelievable. He roams the beach at Rio Salado... a unique sensation. All of Spain is beautiful, but there are places that leave one gawked :)

Spain
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29 days ago

Las Palmas

Spain
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29 days ago

You'd better be led by a Couchsurfing place, I visited Jerez de la Frontera and the prices were the same for a beer as in barcelona, but those who live in barcelona for a third if you buy it at the neighborhood bar or a Chinese bar will be cheaper than in downtown sherry

There's so much to see, eat and drink in Spain, it's impossible to sum it up here. North to south and east to west, wherever you want.
In summer to the center and north. Winter, spring and autumn, the uprising, Andalusia, Extremadur, etc. I am not talking about beach tourism.

Granada

Hungary
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24 days ago

I would recomend La Vila Joiosa :) it have beautiful beach and town.

apart from cartagena I recommend the Belones, you have sea field and beach within 20 km, we are very hospitable and the culinary offer is very good

Granada

Belgium
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19 days ago

So .... where did you go , Maria :) ???

It all depends on the kind of cities you like: big or small cities, sea, mountain or a bit of everything, that's rich in history and culture...
I, pulling for my land, would tell you about the province of Cadiz (Cadiz, Jerez de la Frontera, Grazalema ...), although I have also lived in Cáceres, Madrid and Jaca (Huesca).
Cádiz is full of history, and has a spectacular coastline ("La Caleta", El Palmar, Conil, calas de Roche...), not only the capital, but also cities such as those I mentioned earlier. The capital is quite expensive (like most capitals), but it is worth staying in Jerez de la Frontera, for example, and making routes around the area if you have time.
Cáceres is a beautiful and economical city, with spectacular cuisine and great prices. It's worth a lot.
Madrid has absolutely everything you want to look for (except the beach, jeje). As for prices, as he has so much offer, you can find all kinds of ranks.
And Jaca is a very small town, but full of history and landscapes that I highly recommend to meet everyone. In winter and summer accommodation is quite expensive, but outside these times (April/May and October/November) it is relatively cheap to spend a few days there.
I hope I could help you.
Greetings!

Asturias is recommended by National Geographic, check it out.

Spain
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8 days ago

A very beautiful city is San Sebastián (Basque Country)It is very well connected,villages around Zarautz, Getaria, Zumaia and half an hour from San Sebastian is the border with France, very beautiful villages like Biarritz, Bayonne....I hope it will help you.

Spain
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8 days ago

Granada y San Sebastián

Spain
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6 days ago

No doubt, Salamanca and Cuenca

Russia
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16 hours ago

Предлагаю 2 варианта: остров Тенерифе, район Лос Гигантес, отель Ель Паркес Палас или материковая часть, это Малага, район Бенальмодена. Все шикарно и все классно.