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2,721 properties in Barcelona

Welcome to Barcelona

Lively and colourful Barcelona faces the Mediterranean Sea and features the world's top city beaches, including Sant Sebastià, Barceloneta and Somorrostro beaches. There is plenty to see and experience in this city of great architecture: the historic Gothic Quarter, the amazing modernist design of Gaudi’s creations and the popular Las Ramblas.

What travellers love about Barcelona

  • Architecture

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  • Sightseeing

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  • Culture

    84,311 recommendations

  • Food

    77,445 recommendations

Capital of Spain


2,125 properties in Madrid

Welcome to Madrid

Modern Madrid is one of the greenest cities in Europe and the most popular destination in Spain. Whether you want to experience its legendary nightlife or a flamenco show, this is the place to be.

What travellers love about Madrid

  • Museums

    89,955 recommendations

  • Culture

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  • Shopping

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  • Food

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616 properties in Benidorm

Welcome to Benidorm

Benidorm is one of Spain’s most recognisable cities. With its skyscraper-studded skyline and sandy beaches, it wows all comers. There’s something for everyone in this holiday heaven, too – from fun-packed theme parks to carefree karaoke. It’s what dream holidays are made of.

What travellers love about Benidorm

  • Beaches

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  • Nightlife

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  • Entertainment

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  • Sunny weather

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1,010 properties in Málaga

Welcome to Málaga

The birthplace of Picasso is as colourful as an artist’s palette, from the deep blue of the Mediterranean Sea to the golden sun, which gives 300 days of sunshine per year. When the sun sets, the vibrant nightlife awakens and you’ll find your place amongst the youthful square of the old centre, the trendy bars of La Malagueta or on one of the terraces of Pedregalejo.

What travellers love about Málaga

  • Old Town

    20,328 recommendations

  • Beaches

    18,010 recommendations

  • Food

    17,531 recommendations

  • Tapas

    16,356 recommendations

Best places to see in Spain

Maestranza Bullring
Are you a fan of human-bovine combat? If so, Maestranza’s the place for you. This hallowed arena is Spain’s high temple of bullfighting. Statues of great “toreros” line the perimeter, frozen in haughty poses. Inside, crimson barricades encircle the sandy space, silent witnesses to all manner of gory glory and bombastic swagger. It’s haunting, magnificent and very divisive.
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It turns out that you don’t need to anger Don Corleone to sleep with the fishes. This enormous aquarium runs “Sleep with the Sharks” nights, where you can snooze while surrounded by these beasts. If you’re that way inclined, of course. Otherwise, you might want to plump for a wander round the tanks or a meal in the underwater restaurant. Surely that’s an offer you can’t refuse?
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Golden Tower
Beautiful and functional. This 13th-century tower once protected Seville from invasion by river, with a giant chain strung across the Guadalquivir to stop hostile crafts. The chain’s gone now, but the tower remains. It’s quite the beauty. The dodecahedral outline seems to emerge from the ground, with the top tower poking above the petal-like crenulations like a flower in mid-bloom.
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Gelmirez Palace
Who was the Archbishop Gelmirez? After his official residence was ransacked, he ordered this palace’s 12th-century construction to hold him – and a legacy of archbishops in the centuries that followed. The upstairs dining room is famed for its magnificent corbels, the structures upon which its vaulted ceilings rest. They depict the rituals of courtly dining in vivid detail.
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San Pablo Chruch
San Pablo is the third in Zaragoza’s triangle of churches. It’s notable for its cocktail of Gothic and Mudéjar architectural styles, which has been built upon for over 700 years. Like most buildings of the latter style, it’s built with geometric perfection and loaded with ornate details. Be sure to see its famed golden altarpiece that glistens in the sunlight.
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Hospital of the Catholic Monarchs
Isabela and Ferdinand are two of Spanish history’s biggest names. These 15th-century monarchs ordered the construction of this hospital. Like a modern-day spa without the treatments, it was a point of rejuvenation for worn-and-weary pilgrims who’d arrived in the city via the “Way of St. James”. It’s a hotel these days, but maintains its magnificent original door.
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