SPAIN  |  Andalucia, Spain Travel Guide
Monday, March 8, 2021

Andalucia , Spain


Destinations in Andalucia (7)

  • Cádiz, Spain

    Cádiz dates from 1104 BC, which makes it not only the oldest city in Spain but the most ancient city still standing in all of southwestern Europe. This is not a rich city by any means, but one with historicity and antiquities,...

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  • Córdoba, Spain

    Córdoba is an ancient city on the river Guadalquivir, dating from 169 BC. It was the domain, in turns, of Romans, Visigoths, Jews, Moors, and finally Christians. During the 10th and early 11th centuries, it was among the most...

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  • Costa del Sol, Spain

    Costa del Sol, which literally means "coast of the sun," strings out along the Mediterranean coast in the south of Spain. There are resorts and towns here with tons of beaches, more than 50 at last count, and endless sunshine...

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  • Granada, Spain

    Granada, "Grana" to the locals, is a city of 300,000 inhabitants. It is both the capital and cultural hub of the province of Andalucía, situated in the fertile, flat plains of Vega at the foot of the Sierra Nevada mountains.

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  • Málaga, Spain

    Málaga is a city of both leisure and culture. It is the capital of Costa del Sol, Spain's most famous coast, and thus a veritable tourist draw with gorgeous beaches bathed in sunshine much of the year. It is also a supremely...

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  • Ronda, Spain

    Ronda is a city that evokes romantic sentimentality. And for a reason. It enjoys one of the most spectacular settings of any city in Spain. It sits in the middle of a serrania – a mountainous area – creeping...

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  • Seville, Spain

    Sevilla, Seville in English, is the leading lady in a land of swooning gentlemen. It is a city of culture, a city of artists and musicians, a city of flamenco and tapas, a city with a deep history. It is a delectable mix...

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