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From bustling Barcelona to majestic Madrid and sunny Seville, Spain’s best-known cities are among the most popular tourist destinations in Europe, but the country also boasts a broad array of beautiful cities and towns that most travelers never see. While Spain’s diverse landscapes lend each city its own picturesque ambience, it’s the country’s long history that differentiates one town from another. Cities that had their heyday during the Spanish Renaissance are distinctly different from those occupied for centuries by the Moors or Visigoths. A tour of Spain’s less-visited cities gives travelers a unique look at Spain’s long and glorious past and offers a wide range of memorable travel experiences.

This picturesque city on the Mediterranean coast is located just 160 kilometres from France. Imbued with the spirit of creativity and freedom Barcelona was founded on the site of a small Celtic settlement under the name of the Roman colony Patricia Barsine. It was the capital of the Catalan-Aragonese Confederation whose power in the 15th century spread out up to Naples and Athens. Although today Catalonia is a part of larger country, the local traditions and culture are unique and distinctive. For example, Catalonia has its own language called Catalan and while it can be easily mistaken that Catalans dance flamenco they actually dance sardana. Catalans also consider the activity of bullfighting to be vulgar. This region is most proud of the many geniuses born here. Among them are Salvador Dali, Antoni Gaudi, Joan Miro and Montserrat Caballe. This classic, traditional Catalan culture is perfectly juxtaposed to the modern and contemporary Barcelona flare thanks to the renovations from the 1992 Olympics, new and innovative projects, festivals and events, which are all bound to leave you wanting more of Barcelona.

All those things together with the sea, mountains and Mediterranean flora make Barcelona the most unusual and beautiful city in Spain. The Olympics in 1992 gave it a new look, and since then Barcelona keeps on impressing visitors with new projects, festivals and events, which get under your skin.
Madrid - a magnificent city of Europe, the capital and heart of Spain. This extraordinary beauty city with many magnificent castles and palaces of different epochs, beautiful parks and stunning fountains. Archaeological excavations indicate that the first settlements of ancient people lived on the territory of modern Madrid back in the Paleolithic era, about 500 thousand. BC However, the first permanent settlement appeared here only about 2 thousand. BC During the reign of the great Roman Empire, the territory was located in Madrid town called Miakkum.

Madrid, one of the most beautiful cities in the world, the capital, which has enormous cultural and artistic heritage. There are so organically combines modern business centers and medieval architecture, the best night clubs in Europe, the largest Outlets, beautiful parks and, of course, a lot of museums.
Culture and the appearance of Madrid reflect its history as a royal city, the center of the Spanish Empire. Royal Palace, wide area and monumental buildings, which were built by monarchs, abnormally huge cathedrals and churches - all this is full of Madrid. Just as medieval buildings. Although today the city as cosmopolitan as Berlin or London, and just as full of energy.

It was loved and admired by many famous people such as Lope de Vega, Cervantes, Lorca, Hemingway, Coelho, Glinka and Calderon. But nowadays tourists are attracted not only by the architectural ensembles, but also by the exciting nightlife, so called "movida", which never stops and creates a special festive atmosphere. There are more bars, restaurants and places of entertainment than anywhere else in Europe. It is no surprise that the most popular proverb in Madrid says: "Madrid can be change only for the sky, and only if there is a hole to look down at it!"