24 ideas to experience the magic of spain to the fullest in 2015

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24 ideas to experience the magic of spain to the fullest in 2015
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INTRODUCING 24 IDEAS TO
FULLY ENJOY YOUR HOLIDAYS
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24 IDEAS
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INTRODUCTION
THE NEW YEAR
IS HERE AND
2015 COMES
LOADED WITH
EXTRAORDINARY
EVENTS AND
THINGS TO SEE IN
SPAIN.
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SECRETS OF BARCELONA
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1.De la Santa Cruz and San Pablo Hospital / 2. Barcelona Design Hub / 3. Casa Lleó I Morera
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SECRETS OF BARCELONA
If you thought you knew Barcelona, you will find different and unusual
suggestions here. +Info
Sant Pau Art Nouveau:
Barcelona Encants Market:
Casa Lleó I Morera:
Barcelona Design Hub:
Offers a journey through the history of some
of the best examples in the world of Catalan
modernist architecture.
The main market for resale in Barcelona is a
must for visitors to the city.
A jewel of modernist art situated in the
elegant Paseo de Gracia in Barcelona and
designed by one of its major representatives,
the architect Luis Domenech i Montaner.
Barcelona brings together her museums
of design under one roof: This museum
houses a vast heritage stemming from the
integration of other museums’ collections
(Museum of Decorative Arts, Museum of
Ceramics, Museum of Textiles and Attires
and The Workshop of Graphic Arts.)
Torre Bellesguard:
Perhaps one of the best-kept secrets of the
architect Antonio Gaudí. It was built between
1900 and 1909 at the foot of the mountain of
Tibidabo.
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1. La Gran Vía / 2. El Parque de El Retiro / 3. Royal Palace
MADRID TOP 10!
The 10 top places you cannot miss on
your first visit. +Info
Art Walk:
The Museo del Prado, the Thyssen, the Reina
Sofia... and more. An essential tour for all art
lovers.
Royal Palace:
Majestueuse résidence royale des
monarques espagnols, visite obligée des
fanas d’Histoire.
La Gran Vía:
With over a century of history, this imposing
avenue is one of the great symbols of Madrid.
Santiago Bernabeu Stadium:
The changing rooms, the trophy room... the
Stadium Tour lets the visitor discover every
corner of the legendary stadium.
Puerta del Sol:
All the main streets of the capital converge
at the Puerta del Sol, the symbolic center of
Madrid.
Plaza Monumental de las Ventas:
The world’s most famous bullring; it is a
beautiful Neomudejar building where every
bullfighter dreams to succeed.
El Rastro:
The most emblematic market of medieval
Spain, it is one of the oldest markets in
Madrid.
Parque de El Retiro:
A visit to Madrid is not complete without a
walk in the park of El Retiro, the green lung
of the city.
Madrid Río: The green heart of Madrid
is a great recreational and cultural area
parallel to the Manzanares River and given
the name Madrid Río.
Plaza Mayor:
This arcaded square in the old town is the
heart of the historical Madrid de los Austrias.
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MADRID TOP 10!
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EXPERIENCE THE MAGIC OF SEVILLE IN SPRING
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1. Holy Week / 2. April Fair / 3. Plaza de España
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EXPERIENCE THE MAGIC OF SEVILLE IN SPRING
Spring brings with it two of the most important celebrations in the world,
each with a different character: Holy Week and the Feria de Abril. +Info
Holy Week
Hope of Triana along the bridge and Reyes
Catolicos Street at 4:00 a.m. An alternative is
the Brotherhood of Silence on Francos Street
and Plaza del Salvador. Holy Week is an
extraordinary and surprising experience.
Holy Week in Seville is both: a demonstration
of religious fervor and a tourist and
sociocultural show, which brings together
some splendid examples of Seville’s religious
sculpture and crafts. All of this is wrapped in
the magic of Seville with its scent of orange
blossoms and incense in early Spring.
The parade of many guilds in a procession
lasting from the morning of Holy Thursday
until Good Friday morning is known as
La Madrugá. During this time, the most
charismatic images take to the streets of
Seville and these are certainly very exciting
moments. It is impressive to see the
procession of the Brotherhood of the Great
Power, in the Plaza de San Lorenzo, from
1.00 a.m. or the Brotherhood of the Macarena
on Resolana and Feria Street at 2:00 a.m.
Then later you can watch the Brotherhood of
Feria de Abril
In short order, Seville changes its
atmosphere of mysticism for one of an
explosion of color and joy focused on the
Real de la Feria, (a space that is filled
with booths where people dance and have
fun.) This is a week which begins with the
“Alumbrao” or lighting up the fairgrounds
with thousands of lightbulbs and during
which Seville lives for partying, music, food,
dancing and fun, creating a very special
atmosphere.
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1. Ninots -Enormous Allegoric Figures / 2. Falleras in regional Valencian Dress / 3. Paella
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COME TO VALENCIA!
Few cities like Valencia are able to combine so harmoniously the vestiges from remote periods (dated to 138 BC) with the most innovative and
avant-garde buildings that were erected in the new millennium. Valencia is
trade and culture, cinema, theater, museums, music, business. It is the center of international and cutting edge design and one of the busiest cities for
fairs and congresses in Europe. Here are some ideas for you to enjoy the best
of the city. +Info
A paella with sea view
The Arabs introduced rice in town paving the
way for the signature dish of Valencia and
a symbol of Spanish cuisine worldwide, the
paella. You can try it in one of the restaurants
located in the Playa de las Arenas area, with
panoramic sea views.
Living Las Fallas:
Living our most international festival, Las
Fallas, is to vibrate with a “Mascletá,” get
excited about the Offering and enjoy the
satire and humor of more than 400 Fallas
monuments that crown streets and plazas
across the city from March 15 to 19. A 24-
hour party awaits you, with holiday fireworks,
rock concerts and verbenas or fairs in every
corner of the city.
Horchata
The coolest sip: Do not miss out on this
popular drink made with fruit that is grown
only in the Valencian countryside: the chufa
(tiger nut). Find your terrace to savor this
drink in the heart of the city; you will enjoy it
more!
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COME TO VALENCIA!
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CACERES: SPANISH CAPITAL OF CUISINE
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1. Ibérico de Bellota Ham / 2. Torta del Casar Cheese / 3. Tajo River / 4. Parador of Cáceres
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CACERES: SPANISH CAPITAL OF CUISINE
Caceres, the capital, is a standard for the culinary excellence of Extremadura;
it will be the Spanish capital of gastronomy in 2015. +Info
The exquisite cuisine of Caceres begins
long before the dishes arrive at the table,
thanks to the wealth of a privileged land,
which supplies this cuisine with high quality
products. The flavors, smells and mix of
dishes cannot be understood without the
ham, cheese, paprika, cherries, olive oil,
lamb, veal, and a host of products from the
pasture and steppes of Extremadura; the
authentic larders of this city.
Come to Caceres and participate in all
activities and gastronomic events that will
be held to celebrate its designation as the
Gastronomic Capital of 2015.
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1. MotorLand, Aragón / 2. Barcelona Circuit, Catalonia / 3. Spanish Gran Prix. Jerez, Andalusia
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START YOUR ENGINES!
Spain is a great destination for fans of motorcycling, not only because of
the number of fans there, but also because it is the only country that welcomes four World races. +Info
The first event on the World Championship
calendar is the Spanish Grand Prix. It is
one of the most anticipated and massively
attended events of the entire tournament, and
takes place on the legendary Jerez circuit, in
Cadiz. It is a unique weekend, in which you
can actually experience what the real passion
for motorcycles means.
The Gran Premio de Catalunya, the Gran
Premio de la Comunitat Valenciana and the
Gran Premio de Aragon are the other three
essential appointments with the World Cup
in Spain. The first is held at the Circuit de
Catalunya in Montmelo, about 30 kilometers
from Barcelona. The second Grand Prix is the
race that closes the World Championship at
the Circuit Ricardo Tormo in Cheste, Valencia.
And last is the Gran Premio de Aragon which
is held in Alcaniz (Aragon) and has been part
of the international circuit since 2010.
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EXHIBITIONS OF 2015
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1.Caixaforum, Barcelona / 2. Guggenheim Museum, Bilbao / 3. Reina Sofia Museum in Madrid / 4. Picasso
Museum in Barcelona
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EXHIBITIONS OF 2015
Below you will find a list of some of the exhibitions to be held in Spain
during the year, but there are many more!
Portraits in the Royal Collections
(from Juan de Flanders to Antonio
López)
Picasso/Dalí. Dalí/Picasso
Picasso Museum in Barcelona
From March 19 to June 28, 2015
Royal Palace of Madrid
From December 4 to April 19, 2015
Zurbaran: A New Look
Thyssen Museum in Madrid
From June 9 to September 13, 2015
25 Years of Pixar Animation
CaixaForum, Barcelona
From February 6 to May 3, 2015
Edvard Munch
Thyssen Museum in Madrid
From October 6, 2015 to January 17, 2016
Niki de Saint Phalle
Guggenheim Museum Bilbao
From February 27 to June 7, 2015
Pompidou Center in Malaga
It will open its doors in March. Don’t miss
the new exhibitions that this center will offer.
Collection of the Kunstmuseum
Basel
Reina Sofia Museum in Madrid
From March 18 to September 14, 2015
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1. Zaragoza International Marathon / 2. Trinidad Alfonso Marathon, Valencia / 3. Seville Marathon
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STAY IN SHAPE EXERCISING: SEVEN MARATHONS
THAT WILL REALLY CHALLENGE YOU
Gran Canaria Marathon
Zaragoza International Marathon
Seville Marathon
Trinidad Alfonso Marathon,
Valencia
January 25
February 22
Transgrancanaria: Mountain and
Hiking Ultramarathon
From March 6 to 8
September
November
Lanzarote International Marathon
Date to be determined
Madrid Rock n Roll Marathon
April 26
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STAY IN SHAPE EXERCISING
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TEN FESTIVALS THAT YOU CANNOT MISS THIS SUMMER
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1. International Celtic World Festival, Ortigueira / 2. Fib Festival / 3. International Celtic World Festival,
Ortigueira / 4. Fib Festival
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TEN FESTIVALS THAT YOU CANNOT MISS THIS
SUMMER
And if you want to discover others, visit this website
Primavera Sound
Rototom Sunsplash
BBK Live
Low Festival
SÓNAR. International Festival of
Arenal Sound
Barcelona
From May 28 to 30
Benicàssim
Du 15 au 22 août
Bilbao
From July 9 to 11
Benidorm
From July 24 to 26
Progressive Music and Multimedia Art
Barcelone
Du 18 au 20 juin
Burriana, C. Valenciana
From July 28 to August 2
International Jazz Festival
Festival International du Monde
Celte de Ortigueira
Vitoria-Gasteiz
From July 13 to 18
Ortigueira, Galicia
From July 16 to 19
Barcelona Beach Festival
Barcelona
July 26
Fib Festival
Benicassim
From July 16 to 19
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1. The Silver Route / 2. Zamora / 3. Los Botines House, León / 4. Monfrague National Park, Cáceres / 5. San
Lorenzo Beach. Gijón
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THE SILVER ROUTE ON BIKE
The Silver Route (the old Roman road) is a perfect course to ride a motorcycle.
The more than 800 km between Seville and Gijon (or Gijon and Seville) provide a landscape of great variety and contrast. +Info
Whether following the modern A-66 or on the classic N-630, motorcycle riders can travel
through mountain passes and along winding roads, traverse meadows and valleys to get
to the sea, or go through miles of plains with the horizon as the only limit, enjoying an
unforgettable experience.
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THE SILVER ROUTE ON BIKE
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1. Beach of the Cathedrals, Ribadeo / 2. Cofete Beach / 3. La Concha Beach
10 BEST BEACHES
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10 BEST BEACHES
Here is the list of the 10 best rated beaches in Tripadvisor (non exhaustive
list)
But there are many more, discover them here.
1. Ses Illetas Beach
6. Zahara Beach
2. Beach of the Cathedrals
7. Cala Bassa
Formentera, Balearic Islands
Zahara de los Atunes, Cadiz, Andalusia
Ribadeo, Galicia
Sant Antoni de Portmany, Ibiza, Balearic
Islands
3. La Concha Beach
8. Las Canteras Beach
San Sebastian - Donostia, Basque Country
Las Palmas
4. Bolonia Beach
9. La Barrosa
Tarifa, Cadiz, Andalusia
Chiclana de la Frontera, Cadiz, Andalusia
5. Cofete Beach
10. El Cotillo Beach & Lagoons
Morro del Jable, Fuerteventura, Canary
Islands
El Cotillo, Fuerteventura, Canary Islands
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1. La Patum de Berga / 2. La Tomatina / 3. Hogueras (Bonfires) de San Juan
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THE LESSER KNOWN FESTIVALS
Many of the most popular and fun parties of
Spain are not known internationally. We
list some for you to enjoy an original way to
visit Spain
Hogueras de San Juan. Alicante. June.
A fire show, music and color in which thousands of
people welcome the summer in Alicante.
Fiesta de La Patum de Berga. Cataluña.
June. These are days of parades, theatrical
performances and fireworks, where the fire and
dances predominate. It is a World Heritage Site.
Festival of Canoes. International
Descent of the Sella River. Asturias.
August 8. Fun, tradition and sports: The Sella
River hosts a competition of thousands of
paddlers, while the festival is celebrated on its
banks.
Viking Festival. Galicia. First Sunday of
August. The assault of many Vikings and XI
century replicas of boats reaching the beach are
the image of this funny recreation of an event,
performed in Catoira (Pontevedra).
La Tomatina. Valencia. Last Wednesday of
August. Thousands of tomatoes are thrown in a
fun battle in the streets of Buñol, Valencia.
Batalla del Vino. Haro, La Rioja. June.
Haro, La Rioja, fights a very particular “war.” Wine
is the weapon; and the best tactic for winning is to
have fun.
El Cascamorras. Granada. September. It’s
Moors and Christians. Alicante. July.
The recreation of a great battle, an exciting
beach landing and colorful parades of Moors and
Christians await you in Villajoyosa, Alicante.
Eagles Carnival. Murcia. February. Expect
to be declared of International Tourist Interest.
If you are a partygoer, love fireworks, fantasy
and costumes, you must experience the Eagles
Carnival in person.
everyone against a buffoon who must be stained
with paint. The party is in Guadix and Baza
(Granada).
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THE LESSER KNOWN FESTIVALS
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1. Bai Taull, Cataluña / 2. Sierra Nevada, Granada / 3. Formigal, Aragón
SKIING IN SPAIN
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SKIING IN SPAIN
If you like to ski you should start thinking about Spain as a destination for next
season. Our country is the ideal place for this sport. Quality snow and many
hours of sunshine during the winter, coupled with first-class facilities and a wide
range of complementary activities, make Spain the place where skiers increasingly
practice this sport. You have at your disposal 34 ski resorts spread throughout the
country. It’s just a matter of choosing. +Info
Sierra Nevada is one of the best ski resorts
Catalan Pyrenees: About 400 kilometers of
in Spain. Its height above sea level guarantees
snow during winter. Its international importance,
proximity to the coast and pleasant climate has
made it a “not to be missed” winter destination for
many European skiers.
marked trails total ten ski resorts in the Catalan
Pyrenees. These are places of extraordinary
natural beauty, dotted with cozy mountain villages
that today offer their unique folk architecture and
monuments as a complement to skiing.
The Cantabrian Coast: Its stations are
ideal for family skiing and for lovers of nature in
general.
Aragonese Pyrenees: Its stations are
characterized by their youthful, sporty atmosphere.
All are very close together and surrounded by the
attractive landscape of the Pyrenean Aragonese
mountains, with heights of more than three
thousand meters. The excellent roads departing
from the airport in Madrid help to make this an
easy three-hour trip easy from the capital.
The Iberian System: It offers well designed
facilities for learning and for skiing in a
surprisingly quiet environment. Its trails facilitate
the practice of this sport in combination with
cultural tourism in the neighboring capitals:
Segovia, Avila, Salamanca and Zamora.
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1. Cueva de Medrano House / 2. Plaza del Potro / 3. Don Quijote and Dulcinea Monument
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IV CENTENARY OF DON QUIXOTE - SECOND PART
In 2015, we celebrate the Fourth Centenary of the publication of the Second
Part of Don Quixote de la Mancha. +Info
We invite you to discover the scenarios that inspired Miguel de Cervantes, which keep intact
the quixotic spirit that the great author portrayed four centuries ago...
To all lovers of the adventures of Don Alonso Quijano, the most lucid madman of Universal
Literature, and his faithful squire, Sancho Panza, we are waiting for you!
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1. International Festival del Cante de las Minas / 2. International Festival del Cante de las Minas /
3. Summertime at Villa de Madrid
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FLAMENCO
FLAMENCO
Pure feeling and deep passion. This is flamenco, a genuine musical art form of Spain
recognized universally. In Spain there are many ways to feel its energy and contagious
rhythm, to discover its figures and to know the greatness of this genre that will captivate
you forever. Throughout the year, the calendar offers many opportunities to enjoy this
musical genre in Spain with the different celebrations and festivals. They are a unique
opportunity to see the great masters in action
Cante de las Minas. La Unión, Murcia.
White Night of Flamenco. Cordova. June.
August. La Union, Murcia, is home to the world’s
leading annual flamenco event: the Festival
del Cante de las Minas. Singing, dancing and
guitar playing are the three facets of flamenco,
an event full of authenticity and commitment by
young talents, in which the enshrined stars also
participate.
Cordoba lives a unique night of flamenco in
which the most iconic places of the city host
flamenco shows until sunrise.
Flamenco Festival in Jerez. From
February 20 to March 7. The top figures of the
world of flamenco gather at Jerez in a festival of
international fame. Theaters, wineries and cafes
are the venues for the performances spread over
two weeks.
Guitar Festival. Cordova. July. Cordova
becomes “Guitar City”. The festival honoring this
instrument has gained international fame due
to the high quality of participating performers,
making it a reference point for all lovers and fans
of guitar music.
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1. Port of Malaga / 2. Port of Palma and Cathedral, Mallorca / 3. Maremagnum, Barcelona
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DISCOVER SPAIN THROUGH A CRUISE
Spain is a starting point and stopover increasingly more common for those
who choose a cruise. +Info
The number of people who decide to spend a few days in the Spanish Mediterranean or the
Atlantic to discover cities like Barcelona, a major European port of departure for cruises,
before embarking or at the end of the voyage, increases year after year. Other ports are:
Palma de Mallorca, Valencia, Malaga, Vigo and Bilbao. Make a note of this because there is
much to see.
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1. San Bartolome and Santa Tecla Church, Sitges / 2. Kursaal Palace, San Sebastián / 3. La Zurriola Bridge
and Kursaal, San Sebastián
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FILM!
FILM!
Famous actors, glamor and, above all, good cinema. Various international
festivals are held each year in Spain that will allow you to enjoy the best
current films before their cinema release. These are festivals scheduled
very close to each other in which the public is actively involved. Do you like
movies? Then add Spain to the agenda.
San Sebastian International Film
Festival.
European Film Festival in Seville.
November.
It is an event that focuses specifically on
contemporary European cinema.
September.
This is the most prestigious festival in Spain,
at which the great directors and actors of
cinema have shown their films creating a
cosmopolitan, glamor-filled atmosphere.
International Fantastic Film
Festival of Catalonia.
Sitges, October.
The contest, centered on horror and fantasy
films, is one of the most important world
events around this theme; a genre that is
gaining prominence.
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1. Wynery Pago de Tharsys. Requena / 2. Wynery Rey Fernando de Castilla, Jerez / 3. Old wine Cellars
Santiago Ruíz, San Miguel. Pontevedra / 4. Wine Cellars de Fornelos, Pontevedra
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DISCOVER SPAIN THROUGH THE WINE ROUTES
Discover itineraries that will take you to some of the most important wine
areas. +Info
You will learn how it is made and how to enjoy this beverage recognized throughout the world.
And you will be able to learn about the cultural, natural and gastronomic heritage of many
different regions, but with one common characteristic, good wine.
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DÉCOUVREZ L’ESPAGNE À TRAVERS LES ROUTES DU VIN
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SUMMER TERRACES ALL YEAR ROUND
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1. Plaza del Obradoiro and Santiago Cathedral / 2. Sky Bar. Grand Hotel Central, Barcelona / 3. Mambo Café
Sant Antonio Abad, Ibiza
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SUMMER TERRACES ALL YEAR ROUND
The terraces and small bars called “chiringuitos” are a place to share in
Spanish customs.
or have a quiet conversation. These are
pleasant places to spend the summer days,
both during the day and at night.
But you can enjoy them not only in summer.
During the colder months most terraces are
equipped with stoves so that the experience
will be just as enjoyable.
The best way to know a country is to live with
its people, to share its customs, participate
in its lifestyle... Summer is a great time
to discover the “Spanish character,” the
friendliness of the people, their laid back
nature and joy as reflected in outdoor spaces.
This is an invitation to be part of the Spanish
way of life.
The arrival of summer and warm
temperatures invites you to come out,
share, and enjoy the outdoors. During these
months, the streets, squares and avenues
of Spanish cities are filled with terraces and
“chiringuitos,” places to get something cool
to drink, try a typical dish, listen to music
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1. Warner Bros / 2. Tibidabo / 3. Terra Mítica / 4. Isla Mágica / 5. Port Aventura
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AMUSEMENT PARKS
Come and enjoy one of our many amusement parks with the whole family.
Port Aventura
Madrid’s Theme Park
Isla Mágica
Tibidabo Amusement Park
Terra Mítica
Tivoli World
Warner Bros
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AMUSEMENT PARKS
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1. Antique Shop, Madrid / 2. Plaza Fonseca, Santiago de Compostela / 3. Paseo de Gracia, Barcelona
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SHOPPING
SHOPPING
Top quality, international designer clothing. Creative, popular and luxurious fashion.
Exclusive shops, ranging from international trendy chains to small and original
designers... Choose your style and enjoy a very complete day of shopping in Spain,
thanks to the long hours of the Spanish shops.
Madrid: Stroll along the Golden Mile in the
while discovering the traditional crafts of
Valencia, ceramics, faience and pottery.
neighborhood of Salamanca, amble along on
Serrano Street or Ortega y Gasset among many
others
Seville: Capital of Andalusia. A day of shopping
in Seville is always a reason for joy. The old
town is full of small traditional shops where you
be able to find artisanal clothing and colorful
accessories, such as flamenco shawls and
”mantillas”.
Barcelona: Superb boutiques await you in the
Ensanche district, between Diagonal Avenue and
Paseo de Gracia.
Santiago de Compostela: Design and
tradition are both outside and in the heart of the
city. You will find the oldest artisans in Galicia near
the Heritage of Humanity buildings.
Shopping in Spain is for everyone and
everywhere regardless of taste, because
Bilbao: Shopping here is a different experience. Cordoba, Granada, Salamanca and
With the avant-garde architecture of the
Zaragoza, as well as many other cities,
Guggenheim Museum as a backdrop, you will find
have numerous shops and malls with
everything you want on the streets located between which you will fall in love.
the Ensanche and the Gran Via.
Do not hesitate to plan a shopping trip to
Valence: Walk around the Colon neighborhood
one of our cities!
and the surrounding streets, and go out to discover
the creators of the modern world. Also, immerse
yourself in the atmosphere of the stores on the
streets around the town hall and the cathedral,
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1. Ntra. Sra. de Gracia Convent, Ávila / 2. San Juan de la Cruz Convent, Medina del Campo /
3. San Cosme and San Damián Church
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IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF SAINT TERESA
And who is Saint Teresa? She is one of the most famous religious, historical
and literary characters in the history of Spain. +Info
In 1567, this fascinating woman began a journey that would last 20 years and allow her to
establish several convents. As the world celebrates the 500th anniversary of her birth, the
tourist route “The Footsteps of Saint Teresa” is born, which goes through 17 Spanish cities that
were chosen by the Saint in which to leave her legacy. We invite you to learn what this route
is all about. As it takes you through beautiful monuments, you will taste delicious recipes and
find a story worth discovering.
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IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF SAINT TERESA
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1. Marina and Yacht Club, Mogán, Gran Canary / 2. Scuba Diving , Playa de Palma, Mallorca / 3. Sales boat,
Playa de Salou, Catalonia / 4. Renting kayaks, Balearic Island
MARINE RESORTS
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MARINE RESORTS
Do you want to experience the sea in a different and fun way? Do you want
to live a few days actively and pleasantly in contact with nature while enjoying all kinds of water sports? You’ve got it easy. Just travel to any of the
21 Marine Resorts in Spain, where they will prepare a customized holiday for
you, in which, above all, sports reign supreme. +Info
From the coast of Andalusia to Catalonia;
from the Balearic Islands and the Canary
Islands to the coasts of Galicia, Murcia and
Valencia, this is where the Marine Resorts of
Spain are located, designed so you can take
full advantage of the possibilities offered by
nautical tourism in any season.
Experience the most amazing days in Spain,
while practicing your favorite marine sports.
Feel the thrill of sailing, windsurfing, jet ski
jumping, take a shot at water skiing, vibe
with the adrenaline of parasailing or dive
into the deep sea. Canoeing, the ski bus,
snorkeling, cruise tours and sports fishing
complete the list of activities available in
the Marine Resorts of Spain, which also
include courses and direct supervision by
specialized instructors.
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LEARN SPANISH
Each year, Spain is the destination for thousands of students from around
the world who want to learn the Spanish language. +Info
And it is no coincidence that they all come out happy! Our country places at your disposal
its great geographical and natural diversity and all its tourist and cultural resources, so that
you can learn one of the most important languages in the world, easily and while enjoying
yourself.
The cheerful and open nature of the Spanish people will help you immerse yourself in
Spanish culture and make friends easily. Almost without realizing it and while learning a
language, you will have been enticed by a new way of understanding life as you live every
moment passionately.
You can learn the Spanish language during a quiet chat with friends on a terrace, attending
the theater or while enjoying the most unique nightlife in the world, where city streets pulse
with life and the bars, cafes and trendy places stay open late into the night.
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