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The Cathedral of Girona, built between the 11th and the 18th centuries, is one of the most emblematic symbols of city.
El Call, the former labyrinthine Jewish quarter of Girona, is one of the best-preserved Jewish quarters in the world.
Montserrat mountain is special for its rocks shape that remind of a human and animal appearance.
The Basilica de Montserrat holds the Montserrat Virgin, known as La Moreneta (the Black Virgin), which is the patron saint of Catalonia.
L’Escolania, the children’s choir, takes part in the sanctuary prayers with sacred music.
Breathtaking views of this natural park and towns around are enjoyed from the mountain.
La Pedrera is the reflection of Gaudí’s imagination, with an atypical terrace dominated by chimneys that remind of medieval knights.
The Montjuïc Cable Car takes the visitor to Parc de Montjuïc, Mirador and Castell de Montjuïc to enjoy the finest panoramic views of Barcelona.
Poble Espanyol is an open-air Spanish architectural museum with full-scale replicas of the characteristic buildings, squares and streets of the country.
The Barcelona Cathedral represents the beauty of the Gothic Catalan art and has a magnificent Cloister in which thirteen white geese are kept.
The Santiago Bernabéu is Real Madrid’s stadium open to all the football fans to enjoy club’s trophies and facilities.
Plaza Mayor is the heart of Hapsburg Madrid. Arco de Cuchilleros, Casa de la Panadería and the Statue of Felipe III mark this square charm.
Puerta de Alcalá is one of the five ancient royal gates that gave access to Madrid. Its Neo-classical and three arches appearance remind of the Roman Triumphal Arch.
Gran Vía is Madrid’s most known street. Is also known as the Madrid’s Broadway for being the theaters and musicals avenue of the city.
Inaugurated in 1956 it is the most famous tablao flamenco of the world.
It has witnessed the performance of artists like Manuela Vargas, Antonio Gades or Blanca del Rey.
The tablao flamenco Corral de la Morería gathers flamenco living legends and young promises in a unique show in the city.
The Cathedral of Santa María de Toledo is an example of the Gothic architecture. Its north gate reminds of Pari’s Notre Dame and Puerta de los Leones is rich in Hispano-Flemish sculptures.
The Church of Santo Tomé holds El Greco masterpiece painting ‘The Burial of the Count of Orgaz’, set over this genius painter tomb.
El Puente de San Martín is a medieval bridge over the Tagus River. Is one of the city’s most characteristic postcards for its two fortified towers.
The Royal Monastery of El Escorial is an architectural complex built in the 16th century. Is a ‘must see’ to visit the Hapsburg Royal Palace, the Kings and Princes Mausoleum and the Basilica. All built following the Renaissance style.
The Valley of the Fallen was built to commemorate the combatants who died during the Spanish Civil War. The Basílica de la Santa Cruz del Valle de los Caídos is carved into the mountain.
Work on The Royal Site of Aranjuez was begun by Felipe II and was completed by Carlos III. It stands out the Throne Room and the Prince’s Garden.