5 Cities You Must Visit in Spain

Women travellers to Spain

Are you a working woman looking forward to a trip to rejuvenate yourself? Spain is the perfect destination for you to let your hair down and have the time of your life.

There is no other country as diverse as Spain. People brimming with energy, unique gastronomic experience , beautiful landscapes surrounding the city are all factors that make Spain so vibrant and mesmerizing.


1. Barcelona

Renowned for its architecture and carefully laid out street streets, Barcelona must be a part of your travel plan. It is the second largest city in the Catalonia region. Visit this city to relax at the beaches there. Don’t worry about the weather. Since it lies in the northeastern corner of the Mediterranean sea, the city has a mild climate throughout the year.


The Magic  Fountain Show,  La Sangrada Familia Church and Park Guell are the must-visit places of Barcelona. There is a lovely local vibe that you will instantly connect to. It makes this city more appealing.

2. Valencia

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You must have watched Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara. The Tomatina festival that was one of the main highlights of the film is organised here. Participate in it to get a wonderful spa treatment. Tomatoes are really good for skin. And if you are a history aficionado,Valencia should definitely be a part of your bucket list while visiting Spain. Valencia is a medieval city dating back to 14th century. There is a cathedral that houses the Holy Grail and gates of this city. Besides its historical importance, one can also find a lot of orange groves, nautical sports and beaches. Valencia is also home to the largest aquarium in Europe. It is situated in a theme park for science, art and technology with the name La Ciudad de las Arrtes y las Ciencias

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3.  Malaga

There a lot of things to look forward to if you visit Malaga. The age-old Roman Theater is one such historical place.

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While roaming around in Malaga, you will also find interesting artifacts and structures showing Arabic influence. Have you heard of Pablo Picasso?The famous Spanish painter? You can visit his house where he was born. And again, this city is also dotted with a lot of golden sand beaches. Interestingly, Malaga is home to many beautiful women. They have won many of the Spain’s Beauty contests

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4. Madrid

Madrid, Spain’s largest city, is the hub from where Spain’s business takes place. There are two important museums to see-the Museo del Prado and Reina Sofia. Most of the people living there are fond of Football.

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Don’t shy away from showing your sporty side to them. The other intense sport of bullfighting takes place in Las Ventas. The Sabitini Gardens, built in neo-classical style, is the perfect place for soothing your senses with natural beauty all around.

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The art triangle (Madrid) is a must to explore if you are inclined towards art.

5. Granada

The most important reason to visit Granada is to see two of UNESCO World Heritage Sites: the Alhambra, a mighty fortress with Moorish palaces. towers and gardens and Albayzin where the original Iberian tribe settled. Besides heritage sites, you can enjoy some of the finest flamenco performances in the country. You can also head to Sierra Naveda mountains to enjoy winter sports and experience strong adrenaline rush. Granada should also be visited for its amazing nightlife which cannot be experienced anywhere else in the world.


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