Its Arab castle, once destroyed and then rebuilt by Christians as the Castillo de Santa Bárbara, impressively dominates the city from the Benacantil hill.
Barcelona is well known as a centre of Catalan design and architecture. As one of the most important Mediterranean ports, the city is also an economic powerhouse.
Today, most people think Guggenheim and Frank Ghery when they hear the name of the city of Bilbao.
Cordoba, in Andalusia, was the birthplace of the Roman philosopher Seneca and later became the capital of a powerful emirate and one of the largest cities in the world back in the 10th century.
Granada is certainly one of the most beautiful cities in the world.
Madrid, the Spanish capital, enjoys its urban splendour as much as the dry, sunny weather of the region.
Seville, the capital of Andalusia, looks back on 2000 years of history. Its cathedral, built on the former site of the city’s mosque, holds the remains of Christopher Columbus.
Valencia is an important Mediterranean port city.