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Renowned for its exceptional climate, beautiful beaches, animated festivals, welcoming locals and irresistible gastronomy, Spain has the fourth largest number of foreign tourists in the world. This does not come as a surprise, as, in addition to the aforementioned list, Spain boasts an impressive artistic and cultural heritage (the second largest in the world, after Italy), with 44 UNESCO World Heritage sites. Spain is, without a doubt, the perfect destination, wherever you choose to visit.
Take one of our cheap flights to Spain and discover its ineffable Muslim legacy, unique to Europe, present in Andalusian cities such as Seville, Cordoba and Granada. To surround yourself in the best examples of Roman, Romanesque, Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque architecture, head to the monumental cities of Toledo, Segovia, Salamanca, Burgos, Caceres, and Santiago de la Compostela. The Catalonian province, with its sunny beaches and its capital, Barcelona (a stunning cosmopolitan city, brought to life by Modernist architecture designed by Gaudi), is the most visited area in the country. The best museums, such as the Prado and the Guggenheim, await you in Madrid and Bilbao, respectively. The former houses works by masters, such as Velázquez, Goya, Rubens, Rafael and El Bosco. The latter is a spectacular building by Frank Gehry, comprising curves and twists, covered in limestone, glass walls and sheets of titanium, making it a work of art in itself.
To take part in a traditional Spanish ‘fiesta’, the options are endless. The streets of cities and villages are lined with bars and offer lively nightlife throughout the year, while the ‘wildest’ and busiest parties are found in Pamplona (during the San Fermin festival), Valencia (during the Fallas festival) and the Valencian town of Buñol (during the Tomatina festival).