Tourist Attractions in Spain
Madrid is the cultural heart of the Spain, where many of the country's finest and most famous museums reside. The Plaza Mayor is a tourist Mecca with outdoor dining and cafes.
Barcelona's most famous sites are the striking architectural masterpieces of Gaudi. After touring some of the hot spots dine on the Ramblas, and explore the many shops.
In the heart of Andalucía is the fabulous city of Seville. Narrow streets, tapas bars, the huge Cathedral, and the Alcazar are just some of this city's charms.
Granada's Alhambra Palace, along with the Palacio del Generalife, is one of the most wonderful examples of Islamic art in Western Europe and Andalucia's most important site.
Set high on a granite hill above the River Tagus is the picturesque city of Toledo. The imposing walled town with its Alcázar and Cathedral is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Narrow meandering streets and white washed houses along with the famous La Mezquita-Catedral give Cordoba a distinctly Moorish atmosphere. Cafés and restaurants abound.