This is the third largest city in Spain. Valencia City which is near the River Tulia has made Spain the richest agricultural region in Spain. Valencia is a very charming city whose light and decorations has given the place a great artistic outlook and nature. The famous Valencia Cathedral is the largest and Santa Catalina church is the oldest church in the city.
2. Thyssen Bornemisza Museum
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3. The Prado of Madrid
This is said to be one of the most attractive museums in the world. Spanish art during the period of 11th to 18th century has occupied the larger area of the museum. The master pieces of some of the world’s most famous painters are also being included in the museum.
5. Sacramento Hill
This hilly region overlooks the city from the northern region of Spain. Sacramento hill is famous for the cave dwellings that it bears. This hill served as the home for a large community of people in the ancient times. Some of the most famous flamenco shows can be found in Andalucía.
Taking a walk in the region around the Gothic area of Barcelona, you can start with the Casa Battlo which is a Gaudi creation. This is on the Paseo de Gracia Street who narrow paths remind us about the beautiful ancient age of Barcelona. The traditional occupations of people along the street and their food habits are also interesting.
This city was established in 1561. This city was built by King Carlos 1. It was a small city at the time of formation but quickly grew to its developed age and became the place of the Royal Court of Spain. Builders, architects, cooks, shop keepers are all there in the place that had a major part in the formation of Madrid. This is great for spending Spain holidays.
This has become the most important cultural and tourist sign of the Basque Country. The Bilbao museum is a magnificent building of its kind and contains a large number of beautiful and wonderful collections of artistic works from all over the world.
9. Cathedral de Santiago
This cathedral is built in the original site in the 13th century. This was later on rebuilt in the 16th century after it was damaged by fire. It is the landmark which resembles the heritage of the Old Quarter.