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Spain is one of the most popular travel destinations in the world. Europeans in particular spend their holidays here. The country on the Iberian Peninsula in southwest Europe impresses with its amazing nature, numerous sights and mild to warm temperatures all year round. Not only the Spanish mainland with its unique regions and cities attracts tourists from all over the world, but also the Spanish islands.

The calendar of events invites you to festivals, enjoyment and sightseeing and thus shows the many facets of the country. All events and more details about Spanish cities can be found here on Citytixx. Plan your round trip now and make your vacation a special experience.

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Vacation in Spain

Unique cities, nature and sights - Spain simply invites you to experience. As the home of Antoni Gaudí, Salvador Dalí, Pablo Picasso and Co., Spain is a cultural metropolis whose cities allow deep insights into bygone times. The many sights that are spread across the country make a round trip an impressive experience.

Although Spain's cities have plenty of historical eye-catchers to offer, the modernity and infrastructure should not be underestimated either. Overall, thanks to its diversity, the country offers great excursion destinations and highlights worth seeing. All events and more details about Spanish cities can be found here on Citytixx.

Event highlights in Spain

Concerts, exhibitions, festivals and high-level sporting events are just a few examples of the Spain calendar. Here vacation becomes an experience for young and old. Whether alone, with friends or family, everyone gets their money's worth here - because beautiful Spain likes to show its countless facets.


Palaces, cathedrals and museums

In the capital Madrid are the Royal Palace and the Prado with works by European masters. Right in the heart of Seville, the Alcázar de Seville is one of the oldest royal palaces in the world. Landmarks of the Catalan capital Barcelona are the bizarre buildings of Antoni Gaudí such as the Sagrada Familia. The Spanish sights invite you to marvel and experience.

The Ciutat de les Arts i les Ciéncies as the symbol of Valencia and the Giralda in Seville are definitely worth a visit, as well as imposing museums such as the Museo del Prado, the Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza, and the Museo Reina Sofia. Whether art, history, architecture or nature, the variety of the Spanish exhibitions is hard to beat.


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More highlights in Spain

Even if football has dominated the sport in Spain for a long time, there are still a lot of other sports in Spain both to watch and to play. With first class golf courses, modern ski resorts, noisy soccer stadiums and one of the world's best professional basketball leagues, Spain is simply a paradise for athletes! Spain is much more than just a sport, football (fútbol in Spanish) is a way of life! The football league in Spain, also known as "La Liga", is one of the best professional leagues in the world. The soccer league in Spain is extremely performance driven and has some of the world's best players. Real Madrid and FC Barcelona have long been favorites.

The bullfighting season in Spain runs from March to October and is often an addition to local holidays. A traditional bullfight in Spain (Corrida de Toros) consists of three bullfighters who each perform twice.

Formula 1 comes to Spain twice a year: to the Spanish Grand Prix in Barcelona and to the European Grand Prix on the new racetrack in Valencia.

On Citytixx you will be kept up to date about all events and hotspots because this way you can plan your vacation according to your personal wishes and interests. The calendar of events has something for everyone.

Gourmet paradise

Spanish cuisine consists of a wide variety of regional dishes and specialties. Fish and seafood play an important role, as do legumes in stews. Paella is probably the most famous dish in Spanish cuisine. She is originally from Valencia. The Cocido Madrileño, Madrid stew, is the dish par excellence of the Spanish capital. During the hot summers, the cold soup Gazpacho was created in Seville.