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SPAIN, CULTURE AND ENTERTAINMENT
Enchanting scenery and landscapes, unmissable itineraries, buildings and attractions: Spain is just waiting to win you over!
Head to the country of nightlife with Alitalia: You can choose from numerous connections that will take you directly to Barcelona, Malaga, Valencia, Bilbao, Palma de Majorca, Menorca, Ibiza and Madrid.
What are you waiting for? Pack your bags and leave now!
Vamos! Let's go to Barcelona
It has a spellbinding design and fascinating intellectual character, thanks to its range of museums, theaters, galleries and, especially, the genius of Gaudì. Lively and colorful, Barcelona offers a significant number of attractions: las Ramblas, the pedestrian streets of the Barrio Gotico, Montjuic with the Castle, the Mirò Foundation (Fundacio Joan Miró), the elegant Olympic Stadium (Estadi Olimpic), Tibidabo hill with the amusement park, the Boqueria Market, the Ciutadella Park, Gaudì's works like the Sagrada Familia and the Pedrera (Casa Milà), the Picasso Museum, and old Barceloneta by the sea, made famous by the director Pedro Almodóvar.
To Malaga, in the footsteps of Picasso
Don't miss the chance to admire and experience an authentic masterpiece: fly to Malaga, the birthplace of the great artist Picasso. Visit the main attractions including Alcazaba Fortress, the Gibralfaro Castle, the Archaeological Museum, the seaport, the Puerta del Cristo, the ruins of the Roman theater, the Cathedral of the Incarnation (which was never completed and was renamed La Manquita), the Iglesia del Sagrano, the Town Hall, the Plaza de Toros de La Malagueta, the birthplace of Picasso in Plaza de la Merced, the Buenavista Palace and the Corrida Museum. And don't miss the spectacular festivals, which animate its streets for several days, such as the Feria in August and the Holy Week celebrations.
VALENCIA, HOME OF SUN-DRENCHED PAELLA
Movida, sun and paella: ready to go? Head to one of the youngest and most interesting tourist destinations in Europe. Visit the City of Arts and Sciences, with the opera house (Palau de les Arts Reina Sofía), cinema (L’Hemisfèric), outdoor garden (L’Umbracle), the Museum of Science (Museu de les Ciències Príncipe Felipe) and the largest aquarium in Europe (Oceanogràfic), the Chapel of Santo Graal and the Octagonal Tower, the Central Market, the Barrio del Carmen with its student scene and the Palau de la Musica concert hall, the Las Arenas and Malvarrosa beaches and the harbor built for the America's Cup.
In Bilbao learn about art and the art of tapas
Do you love modern art and good food? Bilbao, the largest city in the Basque country, will be a real delight to the eyes and to your palate. An excellent starting point is the prestigious Guggenheim Museum. Take a stroll along the River Nervión, savoring the innovative nature of Bilbao as you encounter extraordinary open-air sculptures like the Zubizuri or White Bridge and the special glass and steel entrances to the underground stations, called "fosteritos." In contrast to the futuristic Bilbao is Casco Vejo, the fascinating historic center with many typical and charming spots. Treat yourself to a round of pintxos, the Bilbao tapas of meat, fish or vegetables and a glass of txacolí, the typical white wine of the region.
Madrid, the city that never sleeps
Are you ready to reawaken your desire for travel? Madrid is the city that can give you a hand. You just have to choose from the many places to visit: the Prado Museum, the Thyssen Bornemisza Museum, the Reina Sofia Art Center, the Puerta del Sol, Plaza Mayor, Plaza de Cibeles, Calle Mayor, Calle del Arenal, the Chueca Barrio, the Palacio Real, the Parque del Buen Ritiro, the El Rastro market, Plaza de Toros Monumental de las Ventas, the Real Academia de Bellas Artes de San Fernando, the Galdeano Museum, the Puerta de Alcalà (with its triumphal arch), the Museo del Ejercito army museum and the impressive Bernabeu Stadium.