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Spanish Cities

Spain is known, among other things, for the astounding variety of its cities. Many are tourist Meccas, drawing hordes to their landmarks, beaches and bars. Others are hidden gems, with few cheerleaders but plenty for the visitor. Drawing up a list of the finest five cities in Spain is, of course, absurd. But that won’t stop Iberosphere, which presents, in no particular order, Spain’s greatest cities:

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Bilbao

Not so long ago, Bilbao was seen as an unattractive place, known for its industry and the dark-suited bodyguards who escorted public figures threatened ...

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Barcelona

An obvious choice for obvious reasons: the Sagrada Familia temple, the Gaudí park, Montjuïc, the finest football team on earth, more Gaudí, and a ...

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Madrid

When it comes to sights, the capital can’t compete with Barcelona. The Almudena Cathedral is pretty ugly, there’s no waterway to speak of, and ...

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Vigo

Many will raise an eyebrow at the sight of this Galician industrial town being included and will argue that its more fêted rivals/neighbours Santiago ...

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Córdoba

Andalusia has a handful of candidates for this list, not least Granada and Seville. But the former capital of the Islamic caliphate comes out ...

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