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8 Most Beautiful Cities In Spain

Explore the blend of culture and art ...
Dolly Gaur
Spain is one of the most extensively outstanding destinations of Europe and the world. It has around 20,000 villages and 8,124 municipalities with immensely diverse culture and folklore.
Most of Spain's beautiful villages and cities have exciting and enticing island and beach culture that reflects their beauty and lifestyle. The colorful festivals, spectacular landscape, art, traditions, history, architecture, music, and food are the X factors of Spain.
Spain is a wonderful holiday destination with amazing transport & highly illustrious gastronomy in the world.
The ideal destination for excursions with beautiful summers, pleasant spring, and warm winters is truly only Spain!
Top 8 Beautiful Spanish Cities You Should Visit
#1: Valencia
Valencia is the 3rd largest and the grand port city of Spain. It is also a prominent city for arts & sciences on the country's southeastern coast
It is located at the point where the Turia river and Mediterranean sea meet.
It is a great historical city with lovely museums, idyllic shores, soaring peaks, and deep canyons.
The best time to visit Valencia is between April and May when there are comparatively lesser crowds. The weather is warm and pleasant year-round.
#2: Madrid
Madrid is the capital and the largest and most populous city of Spain. Sitting at the heart of Iberian Peninsula, it has cold, harsh weather year round with hot and dry winters.
Madrid offers a huge variety of entertainment options and events. Moreover, it is a popular destination for club hoppers and pop music lovers,
Madrid also boasts some of the great monuments in the world. Visit the Royal Palace of Madrid, the residence of Spanish royal family. The Pardo Museum and El Retiro Park will also strike awe.
Stop by the ancient Egyptian temple, Temple of Debod, that was dismantled and rebuilt brick by brick in Madrid.
If you're a soccer fan, don't miss visiting Santiago Bernabéu Stadium or catch a match or two there, if possible.
#3: Barcelona
The 2nd largest city in Spain after Madrid and the cosmopolitan capital of the Catalonia province, Barcelona packs quite the punch. It is one of the most popular destinations for beach lovers.
It boasts some year-round festivities and energetic nightlife that beckons if you're a party animal.
Take a stroll along the La Rambla street and tour the magnificent Gothic Quarter that will blow your mind away.
Don't miss visiting the famous Sagrada Familia while in Barcelona.
The city enjoys modest winters, hot summers and high rainfall. The best time to visit is in May and June.
#4: Málaga
The 6th-largest Spanish city and the 2nd most populated in Andalusia, the historic port city of Málaga deserves to be on this list. It is known the world over as the birthplace of Pablo Picasso.
Málaga is famous for its Holy Week Carnival that has been taking place just before Easter for almost five centuries now. It is also known for its annual event, the Málaga Film Festival.
If you love soaking in the sun, visit Málaga between June and September. However, winters here are mild too, so you can also choose this city as your sunny winter retreat.
#5: Seville
It is also the 30th most-populated municipality of the European Union.
The historic and beautiful city of Seville is the capital of Andalusia region of Spain and the country's 4th largest city.
Seville is known for its awe-inspiring Moorish edifices including the world-famous Royal Alcázar of Seville and the Giralda Bell Tower.
The best time to visit Seville is between March and May when the temperatures are mild and it's not buzzing with many tourists.
Seville is also known for Flamenco dancing, so try your moves while in the city.
#6: Bilbao
Located on the northern part of Spain, Bilbao is one of Spain's industrial cities. It is surrounded by green mountains and boasts a vibrant and busy port.
The most iconic landmark of Bilbao is the famous Guggenheim Museum, a futuristic building that houses works of modern and comtemporary art.
The best time to visit Bilbao is in the months of May, June, and September. In August, the city hosts The Great Week, which is a 9-day-long festival. So, August is the most crowded month.
Another beautiful city in Southern Spain, Grenada is situated at the foothills of the Sierra Nevada mountain. It is known for its rich history & culture and awe-inspiring architecture.
While in Granada, the magnificent Alhambra Palace cannot be missed. It is one of the most majestic edifices of Moorish architecture in Spain.
The best time to visit Granada is in the months of May, June, September, and October. However, if you are on a budget, you can also choose to visit in November and December.
#8: Majorca
Majorca is the biggest isle in Spain's Balearic Island in the Mediterranean Sea. Known for its vibrant beach resorts and soaring limestone peaks, this city is definitely worth a visit.
Majorca boasts numerous Moorish remains and quaint streets, which add to its beauty. If you are looking for a little laid-back destination, Majorca is it!
The best time to visit Majorca is between the months of June and September. It's summer during those months, so the climate is warm and pleasant.