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Picture of Murcia

Spain has many great inland cities, all worth a visit and with lots of tourist attractions.

Image Madrid

Madrid is the capital and largest city in Spain; it is located at almost the exact geographical center of the Iberian Peninsula.

Image from Seville

Seville is rich in culture and heritage and among the most popular Spanish tourist destinations. 

Typical alley in Cordoba

Córdoba is famous for art, culture and leisure; the main tourist attraction is the Great Mosque (the Mezquita).

Foto of Alhambra

Granada's most famous attraction is Alhambra, the palace fortress built by Nasrid rulers in the 13th and 14th centuries.

Spanish horse riding in Jerez

When you think about Jerez, the first that comes into mind is sherry wine, horses and flamingo. 

The Cathedral of Toledo

Toledo is a delightful city and one of the Spanish cities with the greatest wealth of monuments. 

The Gothic church of San Saturnino, Pamplona

Pamplona is well cared-for northern-Spanish town, with some of the most original folklore of all Spain. 

The Cathedral of San Salvador, Zaragoza

Zaragoza is one of the great monumental towns in Spain; founded some 2000 years ago, the Old-Iberians, Romans, Goths and Arabians equally left their heritage.

Photo Girona

Girona is located in the north eastern part of Spain; it lies at a distance of one hour’s drive north of Barcelona, and 30 kilometers inland from Costa Brava.

The Palace of Los Pimentel, Valladolid

Valladolid has an important heritage of monuments in its old quarter, especially aristocratic houses and religious buildings.