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The Alhambra, 14th century moorish fortress and World Heritage by the UNESCO, is the icon of Granada and one Spain's major tourist attractions. But Granada is more than its Alhambra: Its tapas spots, its people, its courtyards, its medieval heritage or its spices market round make up the charming of this city.

The Alhambra, 14th century moorish fortress and World Heritage by the UNESCO, is the icon of Granada and one Spain's major tourist attractions. But Granada is more than its Alhambra: Its tapas spots, its people, its courtyards, its medieval heritage or its spices market round make up the charming of this city.

Places to see in ( Melilla - Spain )  Melilla is a Spanish autonomous city located on the north coast of Africa sharing a border with Morocco with an area of 12.3 square kilometres. Melilla along with Ceuta is one of two permanently inhabited Spanish cities in mainland Africa. Melilla was part of Málaga province until 14 March 1995 when the city's Statute of Autonomy was passed.  Melilla like Ceuta was a free port before Spain joined the European Union. Melilla is located in the northwest of…

Places to see in ( Melilla - Spain ) Melilla is a Spanish autonomous city located on the north coast of Africa sharing a border with Morocco with an area of 12.3 square kilometres. Melilla along with Ceuta is one of two permanently inhabited Spanish cities in mainland Africa. Melilla was part of Málaga province until 14 March 1995 when the city's Statute of Autonomy was passed. Melilla like Ceuta was a free port before Spain joined the European Union. Melilla is located in the northwest of…

We live in such a vibrant city. Every year more restaurants and museums open their doors, and more people visit and have a chance to discover how great our city really is - a great development for Malaga as an upcoming tourist destination. And while there are a lot of great things to see, do, and eat, this doesn't mean you need a lot of money to enjoy the city. Here are our tips if you want to enjoy the best of Malaga on a budget.

We live in such a vibrant city. Every year more restaurants and museums open their doors, and more people visit and have a chance to discover how great our city really is - a great development for Malaga as an upcoming tourist destination. And while there are a lot of great things to see, do, and eat, this doesn't mean you need a lot of money to enjoy the city. Here are our tips if you want to enjoy the best of Malaga on a budget.

Catedral, Alcazaba, Ayuntamiento y jardines. Malaga, Spain

Catedral, Alcazaba, Ayuntamiento y jardines. Malaga, Spain

Places to see in ( Valladolid - Spain )  Valladolid is a city in Spain and the de facto capital of the autonomous community of Castile and León. Valladolid is situated at the confluence of the Pisuerga and Esgueva rivers and located within five winegrowing regions: Ribera del Duero Rueda Toro Tierra de León and Cigales.  Valladolid was originally settled in pre-Roman times by the Celtic Vaccaei people and later the Romans themselves. It remained a small settlement until being re-established…

Places to see in ( Valladolid - Spain ) Valladolid is a city in Spain and the de facto capital of the autonomous community of Castile and León. Valladolid is situated at the confluence of the Pisuerga and Esgueva rivers and located within five winegrowing regions: Ribera del Duero Rueda Toro Tierra de León and Cigales. Valladolid was originally settled in pre-Roman times by the Celtic Vaccaei people and later the Romans themselves. It remained a small settlement until being re-established…

Spain has more than 1,000 miles of Mediterranean coastline (just for starters), a mix of ancient port cities and resort towns that draw the European aristocracy. But true beauty isn't confined to seaside landscapes—the food of San Sebastián, the art of Málaga, the marbled walkways of Alicante, among others, make these the 10 most beautiful coastal towns in the country.

Spain has more than 1,000 miles of Mediterranean coastline (just for starters), a mix of ancient port cities and resort towns that draw the European aristocracy. But true beauty isn't confined to seaside landscapes—the food of San Sebastián, the art of Málaga, the marbled walkways of Alicante, among others, make these the 10 most beautiful coastal towns in the country.

Plaza Merced, always a good place to be. Have a little stroll, enjoy the sun, have a small talk with people, and don't forget to say 'hello' to Picasso, lugar donde nació.  Málaga

Plaza Merced, always a good place to be. Have a little stroll, enjoy the sun, have a small talk with people, and don't forget to say 'hello' to Picasso, lugar donde nació. Málaga

Places to see in ( Alicante - Spain )  Alicante is a port city on Spains southeastern Costa Blanca and the capital of the Alicante province. Its old town Barrio de la Santa Cruz has narrow streets colored houses and a nightlife scene. From here an elevator or a steep climb leads to medieval Castillo de Santa Bárbara set on a hilltop with sweeping views of the Mediterranean coast.  Until the global recession which started in 2008 Alicante was one of the fastest-growing cities in Spain. The…

Places to see in ( Alicante - Spain ) Alicante is a port city on Spains southeastern Costa Blanca and the capital of the Alicante province. Its old town Barrio de la Santa Cruz has narrow streets colored houses and a nightlife scene. From here an elevator or a steep climb leads to medieval Castillo de Santa Bárbara set on a hilltop with sweeping views of the Mediterranean coast. Until the global recession which started in 2008 Alicante was one of the fastest-growing cities in Spain. The…

Malaga Shore Excursion: City Segway Tour 						Leave the cruise port and see the sights of Malaga by Segway!  Hop aboard a self-balancing, electric Segway. Follow an expert local guide around Malaga’s historical center, learning about the city and its links to the famous Spanish painter Picasso. Admire sights like Malaga Cathedral, Museo Picasso and the Alcazaba citadel on this 2-hour tour.This small-group shore excursion is limited to 10 people, ensuring personalized attentio...

Malaga Shore Excursion: City Segway Tour Leave the cruise port and see the sights of Malaga by Segway! Hop aboard a self-balancing, electric Segway. Follow an expert local guide around Malaga’s historical center, learning about the city and its links to the famous Spanish painter Picasso. Admire sights like Malaga Cathedral, Museo Picasso and the Alcazaba citadel on this 2-hour tour.This small-group shore excursion is limited to 10 people, ensuring personalized attentio...

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