This stunning church is unfinished but nonetheless remains one of Gaudí's masterpieces.
This wonderful park was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1984.
This long pedestrian street is lined with cafés, bars, shops and souvenir stalls.
Also known as La Pedrera, Casa Milà is yet another masterpiece by Gaudí - a stunning modernist building that attracts many visitors.
This building's facade will certainly catch your eye while walking around.
The official residence of the Spanish royalty is a must-see. However, spotting the king here will be hard, as it is used only for state…
Madrid's central square is dominated by a bronze statue of King Philip III, dating back to 1616.
The most famous central square is the official starting point for Spain's 6 National Roads.
The name speaks for itself - this renowned museum prides itself on one of the largest collections of European art in the world.
The square has become one of the most iconic places in Madrid and is an absolute must for every tourist.
This majestic cathedral was finished in the 16th century, after a hundred years since the construction started, and replaced a former…
One of the best examples of Mudéjar architecture and the oldest royal palace still in use in Europe.
Plaza de España, located in the heart of Maria Luisa Park, is a fine example of a mixture of Renaissance and Moorish Revival styles.
The tower was built between 1220 and 1221 by the Moors to defend the city from Christian invaders since it was a great observation point.
A beautiful garden in the middle of Seville's Old Town. Take your time to enjoy the atmosphere of the park, take a nice long walk and lose…
This imposing cathedral, commissioned by James I of Aragon in 1229, was built on the site of an old Arab mosque.
World's third largest volcano situated on an island and the highest peak in Spain (3718m) is a truly impressive sight and will leave you…
The Guggenheim Museum Bilbao is a museum of modern and contemporary art designed by Canadian-American architect Frank Gehry, and located in…
Cueva del Viento is the largest lava tube system in Europe, and the fifth largest in the world, behind a series of lava tubes in Hawaii.
Built in the 15th century as a trading centre for merchants, it is one of the finest examples of Gothic architecture on the island.
Originally housing the offices of inquisition, the Plaza Mayor de Palma is now the hub of the old town.