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    Park Güell

    D'Olot, s/n, Barcelona, CT 08024 Spain
    281 reviews

    Definitely worth the walk/hike to get here. It's beautiful and quite large so take the time to explore the whole park.

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    La Sagrada Família

    Carrer de Mallorca 401, Barcelona 08013, Spain
    433 reviews

    Beautiful and informative! Do not leave Barcelona without exploring this spot!

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    Parque del Buen Retiro

    Plaza de la Independencia, s/n, Madrid 28001 Spain
    101 reviews

    Think Central park with a spanish vibe. Lots of outdoor cafes, shady areas to take a nap, or even rent a row boat and float around the main pond in the center of the park.

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    Las Ramblas

    Monument a Colom in the south to Placa de Catalunya, Barcelona, CT Spain
    281 reviews

    It's crowded but worth the sightseeing. It's a walk, so ramble and just enjoy the sights! There is always something going on. Be careful and make sure to keep your belongings close though like any busy city.

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    Market of San Miguel

    Isla Central del Mercado de San Miguel, Madrid, Spain
    80 reviews

    Most likely one of the most touristy feeling markets in Madrid, as it is just around the corner from Plaza Mayor and Sol (the city center), Mercado de San Miguel is still a great place to grab a bite to eat, aside from the tourist trap locations a plenty in the area.

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    Barcelona Olympic Stadium (Estadi Olímpic de Montjuïc)

    Avinguda de l'Estadi, 52, 08038 Barcelona, Spain
    17 reviews

    Had our breakfast run the morning before the marathon and to everyone's surprise the Olympic stadium was where we finished. The sun was shining and the atmosphere were great!

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    Casa de Campo, Madrid, M 28011 Spain
    6 reviews

    El Teleférico is an ecological and economical way to see the city. It is a transport system in the cabin for 2 cables. A journey from walk Pintor Rosales to the House, on the Manzanares River and offering you one view of the Royal Palace and the Temple of Debod as never before seen.

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  • 8

    Catedral de Santiago de Compostela

    Praza Praterías, S/N, 15704 Santiago de Compostela, A Coruña, Spain
    8 reviews

    A UNESCO-declared World Heritage Site, Santiago de Compostela is Spain´s most famous pilgrimage site. Highlights to discover on a privately guided tour include the Cathedral (considered one of the finest achievements of Romanesque architecture), the Museum of Pilgrimage and the many medieval plazas and monasteries near the cathedral. Often described as the “oldest hotel in the world”, our hotel of ...

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  • 9

    Zoo Aquarium de Madrid

    Casa de Campo, Madrid, M 28011 Spain
    8 reviews

    The Madrid Zoo Aquarium is one of the largest zoos in the world. You can go to all 5 continents across species live here, from the tiniest insect to the largest mammal. A special section is the pandas, in fact it is the image of the park. These bears, Eastern origins have found in the zoo in Madrid a place ...

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  • 10

    Montserrat Monastery

    Carrer d'en Quintana, 2, Barcelona, Spain
    4 reviews

    If you love sightseeing and beautiful cultural spots, you must check out the Montserrat Monastery. Located in the top of the Montserrat mountain in the outskirts of Barcelona, it has a breathtaking view of the countryside and the beautiful monastery built in the stone. Try a nice picnic by the side of the mountain!

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    Cathedral of Saint James

    Plaza de Platerias, Santiago de Compostela 15704, Spain
    7 reviews

    There is a "Pilgrims Mass" every day at noon to welcome and honor pilgrims completing the Camino De Santiago pilgrimage. However, the cathedral is open all day for you to come in and out. If you see a giant silver bell-looking object hanging from a rope above the alter, that means the Botofumeiro, a must see tradition within the Cathedral, ...

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  • 12

    Platja de la Nova Icària

    Passeig Marítim, Sant ADRIà de BESòS, CT 08930 Spain
    2 reviews

    The best beach in Barcelona. It has a lot of restaurants right near and during the summers is jammed packed full of people. The water is very warm and you can drink beers on the beach. FYI it is a nude beach so if you have kids with you be warned.

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    Mercat dels Encants Vells

    Calle Mercat Fira Bellcaire, 0 S/N, 08013 Barcelona
    2 reviews

    The Mercat Fira de Belcaire, or 'Mercat de Encants' as it's more commonly known, has just moved from its previous home of over 80 years to a partly covered, shiny ceilinged new location a short distance away. What could have been a failed move and a sanitised version of its former self has breathed new life into this market without ...

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  • 14

    Gran Vía

    Gran Vía, 28013 Madrid, Spain
    47 reviews

    Beautiful buildings. Definitely has a European charm and feel to it walking around.

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  • 15

    Camp Nou

    178 reviews

    Another must see for football fans. Very good and informative tour. Possibly the only football ground in the world containing a Salvador Dali designed chapel.

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    Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza

    Paseo Prado, 8, Madrid, Spain
    30 reviews

    This is where you're going to recognize artists even if you aren't a connoisseur. This museum holds masterpieces by Monet, Rembrandt, Van Gogh, Picasso, Lichtenstein, Renoir, Degas, Salvador Dali, and Jackson Pollack.

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    5 reviews

    You either join the party or leave the city. This is a typical Valencian saying. Fallas is just an outstanding mixture of noise, party, fireworks, burning of huge sculptures, parades, bands, dancing and drinking. It is one of Spain's best known festivals where thousands of people gather once a year to celebrate Saint Joseph's Day. The festivities last one week, ...

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  • 18

    Casa de Campo

    Calle del Campo, Madrid 28041 Spain
    8 reviews

    The park is closed to the Monte de El Pardo and has an area of ​​1722.6 ha, including the grounds of the Casa de Campo, which it ceded part of its surface. This doubles the surface of the Bois de Boulogne in Paris, is five times larger than Central Park in New York or 6.5 times larger than Hyde Park ...

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  • 19

    Taller Flamenco

    C/ Peral, 49, 41002 Seville, Spain
    2 reviews

    I came here in the Fall of 2006 to study flamenco - and that, I did. The classes were small, the place incredibly cozy, and the instructors demanding as all hell. I couldn't have asked for a better time.

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    Montjuïc Castle

    Carretera de Montjuïc 66, Barcelona 08038, Spain
    54 reviews

    Make the climb up Montjuic, either by cable car or with a leisurely but steep walk through the vast and charming gardens of the park and you will be rewarded with a key part of Barcelona history and stunning views. The walls of Montjuic castle could tell many tales, particularly from the civil war period where many on the Republican ...

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