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The Top Places to Fall in Love With in Spain

1Barcelona

3,029 properties in Barcelona

Welcome to Barcelona

The lively and colorful city of Barcelona faces the Mediterranean Sea and features the world's top city beaches, including Sant Sebastia, 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 Travelers Love About Barcelona

  • Architecture

    139,481 recommendations

  • Sightseeing

    116,717 recommendations

  • Culture

    107,374 recommendations

  • Food

    97,672 recommendations

Capital of Spain

2Madrid

3,670 properties in Madrid

Welcome to Madrid

The 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 Travelers Love About Madrid

  • Museums

    106,634 recommendations

  • Culture

    88,481 recommendations

  • City Walks

    77,428 recommendations

  • Shopping

    76,252 recommendations

3Seville

1,747 properties in Seville

Welcome to Seville

Seville is a city that lends itself perfectly to just wandering around and soaking up the atmosphere. And there is plenty of atmosphere to soaked up.

What Travelers Love About Seville

  • Monuments

    50,755 recommendations

  • Tapas

    47,231 recommendations

  • Culture

    46,805 recommendations

  • Cathedrals

    46,438 recommendations

4Granada

1,049 properties in Granada

Welcome to Granada

Granada’s a city for dreamers. You’ll see why when you float through the mystical Albayzín district, as glimpses of the Alhambra flash through rooftops. This mediaeval Moorish heartland has fired imaginations for centuries, from Hemingway to Lorca. See if you can resist its dreamy charms!

What Travelers Love About Granada

  • History

    35,811 recommendations

  • Monuments

    35,236 recommendations

  • Culture

    33,315 recommendations

  • Sightseeing

    32,915 recommendations

Best places to see in Spain

Zaragoza Museum
Museums
Francisco Goya – Renaissance painter and romantic legend. This gallery has a special room dedicated to the city's most famous former resident. It exhibits Goya's early work, including religious subjects like La Virgen de Pilar (1771), as well as his later depictions of Spanish court life. The museum also contains archaeological objects from prehistory to the Moorish period.
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Triana Bridge - Isabel II Bridge
Landmarks
The Guadalquivir River. The name’s laden with mystique, four syllables that conjure faraway idylls, mediaeval sultans and Arabian nights. Let your imagination fly on Triana Bridge, Seville’s top spot to river-gaze at dusk. Looking out towards the Triana district, the sunset colours seep into the kaleidoscope of pretty house-fronts – a view that’s melted hearts for centuries.
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Puente de Piedra
Landmarks
To every "Zaragozano", this bridge needs no introduction. It links the two halves of the city, and allows pedestrians and cyclists to cross the rushing Ebro River. However, it's mostly known as a plum spot for an evening stroll, where walkers stop to savour the city views. It's common to see canoodling couples surveying the Basilica of Our Lady Pilar here at dusk.
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Jose Antonio Labordeta Park
Parks
Joggers hit this park at the crack of dawn. They take to the promenade that runs right through the centre, lined with trees and dotted with cooling ornamental fountains. As the day progresses, people dribble in slowly; some lie on the grass next to flower beds of rare Aragonese blooms, others head to the botanical gardens. The park is cheered with statues, monuments and bridges at every turn.
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Praza de Abastos
Landmarks
Ever tried Galician-style empanadas? To make these pie-like staples, buy flour and butter to make the dough, spices and oil from the artisans, and potatoes from the country folk. Add meat and tuna for two of the most traditional fillings, and voila! Even if you’re not cooking, there’s plenty of cheese, chorizo and fresh food to graze on at the city’s largest Farmer’s Market.
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Museum of Galician People
Museums
A surprise waits just beyond the city’s walls. Tucked away inside the Convent of Santo Domingo de Bonaval, this museum describes the lives of the Galician people, residents of the Iberian Peninsula for two millennia. Their material culture is depicted in costumes, paintings and sculptures. There’s also an interactive exhibit that takes you on an exciting virtual pilgrimage.
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