Spain Travel Guide
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Built over Roman ruins, this 16th-century mansion was turned into a public bathhouse where you can rest tired feet in thermal baths and hammam banos arabes. Spa services such as massages and facials add a modern update to the ancient tradition.
Calle Aire, 15, 41004 Seville, Sevilla, Spain
The most important historical monument in the nation, the Alhambra is the last and greatest Moorish palace in Europe. The 11th-century fortress is known for being the place where Christopher Columbus signed a contract to set sail in 1492.
Calle Real de la Alhambra, s/n, 18009 Granada, Spain
Take a short day trip from Seville to Ronda for the “pinnacle of racing.” Slip into a sexy, single-seat, 800-horsepower Formula 1 car, and see if you can reach speeds of 220 mph between 26 hairpin turns.
29400 Ronda, Málaga, España
Barrio de Santa Cruz
Once the city's Jewish Quarter, Bareo Santa Cruz is filled with winding alleys, Seville's famous orange trees and lively restaurants.
Santa Cruz, Seville, Spain
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A hundred thousand screaming fans, one of the best soccer teams in the world -- there’s nothing quite like experiencing a game in Camp Nou.
Carrer d'Aristides Maillol, 12, 08028 Barcelona, Spain
Barcelona’s famed public market off La Rambla opened in 1836. Explore Catalan’s gastronomic culture by sampling fresh, local produce, including vegetables, fish, meat and fruit at various food stalls.
RRambla, 91, 08002 Barcelona, Spain
La Concha Beach
If you’re craving a day at the beach without leaving the city, check out La Concha. It’s one of the largest and most famous urban beaches in Europe -- rent an umbrella, and lounge all day long!
De la Concha Ibilbidea, Donostia-San Sebastian, Spain
Barcelona’s most famous street has been filled with street performers, shops and restaurants since the 15th century; it’s a great place to immerse yourself in the flavors of Spain.
La Rambla, Ciutat Vella, 08002, Barcelona, Spain
La Zuriolla Beach
For fewer crowds and more action, head to La Zuriolla beach, popularly known as a surfer’s paradise in San Sebastian.
Paseo de Zurriola, Donostia-San Sebastian, Spain
Likely Seville’s most famous landmark, the cathedral is the largest Gothic cathedral and third largest church in the world. It is also the burial site of Christopher Columbus.
Avenida de la Constitución, s/n, 41080 Sevilla, Spain
Go on an adventurous buggy ride in the beautiful Estepona Mountains. You’ll feel like you’re on the edge of the world after climbing to 5,000 feet -- at speeds reaching 50 mph -- looking out onto Morocco and the Rock of Gibraltar.
Cortijo Reynoso, Parcela 213, 29680, Estepona
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