- 1Spain1162 reviews
Barcelona is a interesting city that has a lot in terms of museums, restaurants and everything Gaudi. It is not a hard city to get around in, just be cautious because some of the motorists drive crazy. It gets three stars because I don't like Gaudi and everywhere you go it Gaudi, Gaudi and Gaudi, the Familia Sagrada was big ...
- 2Spain505 reviews
Madrid was a short (2 day) stop on our way to Barcelona. I mainly wanted to go there because my favorite painting in the world is in the Prado, but I wound up REALLY loving this city and would love to go back for a longer stay.
- 3Spain133 reviews
Seville is a marvelous city. Even the streets smell like honeysuckle. The architecture, food, the layout of the city, the historical sites, and the friendly people are worth a visit.
- 4Spain157 reviews
the Alhambra is amazing, but so is the rest of the town. lots of great restaurants, and sitting in a plaza at night or wandering around in the evening is always enjoyable.
- 5Spain106 reviews
A place with perfect crystal waters amongst the hope and intense sun of places like Morroco, known as the second home coming of Jupiter and thanks the gardens of everlasting and joy in all that give us time and cure. My kind of Joy is this place saint tree's and i can't wait to see a sunny face.
- 6Spain134 reviews
the transfer on arrival through airport and again coming back is off-putting due to the size of airport and time scale for departure gates especially if am flights resorts are clean but havent been there in a while as the airport puts me off booking
- 7Spain62 reviews
In a recent NY Time Interview, Chef Anthony Bourdain mentioned that given a choice, he would prefer to die in San Sebastian. My advice is that he doesn't do it on Monday as many of his favourite dining destinations (including Asador Etxebarri) are closed on Monday. Gayle and I learned that the hard way during our recent visit to San ...
- 8Spain65 reviews
Toledo is home to "Mazapan" a traditional Spanish sweet dating back to the Moorish era of Spain. Marzipan is mentioned in the classical novel "1,001 Nights" and it's referred as an aphrodisiac. Don't leave the city without trying it!
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- 10Spain34 reviews
Bilbao is a lively, beautiful cosmopolitan city with an excellent airport. The architecture and downtown area along the river are spectacular, with old and new bridges intermingling with beautiful lines and shadows. We were there on a National holiday and all the stores were closed, but the bars and museums were wonderful. Excellent walking city.
- 11Spain25 reviews
This is a great little city north of Barcelona with a lot of history. It used to be a thriving Jewish community until 1492 when my brethren were expelled. It has great little streets to walk, tasty Tapas and Gelato joints plus a decent amount of shopping. The walk across the bridge is very picturesque due to the multi-colored buildings.
- 12Spain52 reviews
Beautiful, romantic & fun! I highly recommend an Ibiza vacay! Walking into Ibiza old town is a bit of a hike, but it's so much fun. And so many lovely views.
- 13Spain34 reviews
Loved Cordoba, spent 2 days wandering the old city, with its Moorish/Jewish/Christian history and the Visigoths, Vandals, and Romans... Great food, beautiful old streets, charming and wonderful place...
- 14Spain30 reviews
We absolutely loved Salamanca, the Plaza Mayor was incredible, especially at night.
- 15Spain36 reviews
Beautiful views of the Mediterranean Sea and the foothills surrounding. Although the beaches are not the prettiest sand I've seen in my travels there seems to be a lively scene up and down the beach. Marbella was a great town to have lunch take in a few drinks and within a 45 min walk from Puerta Banus.
- 16Spain10 reviews
Santander was the first town I visited in Spain, mainly because of a RyanAir flight from London that cost around $30. There are excellent beaches here and the people are very friendly, though they don't speak English. Near the port there is excellent seafood and the locals like to hang out in the courtyards drinking wine and talking.
- 17Spain34 reviews
Destination of the religious way, many people blust into tears when they first see the great cathedral after a few days of walk. Santiago de Compostela is not as meaningful as a tourist destination if you are not reaching there by walking the Santiago way.
- 18Spain44 reviews
enjoyed my time at Benidorm been a few times will go back again recommend it yo anyone.
- 19Spain47 reviews
THE BEACHES ARE SO BREATH TAKING...SUCH A WONDERFUL PLACE TO SOAK THE RAYS AND WORK ON THAT TAN...SO WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR...YOU HAVE TO CHECK OUT MALLORCA...
- 20Spain22 reviews