Among all the benefits of Granada, the Alhambra stands out. This monument is the most visited in all of Spain. It is one of the most amazing palaces in the world. Its exotic Nasrid origin and state of conservation declared it a World Heritage Site. There is a whole tourist industry around the city.
2. San Sebastian
It is well known for its prestigious film festival and La Concha, a paradisiacal beach in Donostia with a spectacular view of the island of Santa Clara. Equally beautiful are its French-style streets, which invite you to explore its corners and make stops at its shops and restaurants. The cuisine is outstanding, as it has the Basque Culinary Center, the first university of Spanish gastronomy.
The Mediterranean Sea bathes this modern city. Its cultural offer is vast and it has many well-preserved historical monuments. The Roman Theater, the Cathedral, the Gibralfaro Castle and the Alcazaba stand out. There are also current spaces, such as Muelle Uno. For those who love the beach, there is La Malagueta, in the middle of the city.
It is one of the most populated and visited in Spain. Its modernist architecture, adorned by the works of the genius Antonio Gaudí, is a reference. The Catalan capital is one of the most cosmopolitan in Europe. An important tourist, cultural, financial and commercial movement develops in it. When visiting it, you must not miss the Park Güell and the Sagrada Familia.