Regional Spain

Diversity at its Best

Stunning beaches, dramatic landscapes, elegant cities, history and culture: regional Spain has it all. From Bilbao in the north to Malaga in the south, the country offers a uniquely Spanish way of life where good food, high energy and style lead the way. the regions are diverse, drawing on the influences of their past or the advantages of their settling, as towering medieval cities vie Moorish glory and glittering Mediterranean coastlines.

Located in the Mediterranean lies Valencia, one of the biggest cosmopolitan cities in Spain. Home to architecture and culture, the old town - El Carmen is the place for Art Deco food markets. While your there take a visit to the ceramics museum. Not only does Valencia offer golden beaches but tranquil parks and gardens can be found all over the city.

Insiders' Tips

  1. Explore Seville: Seville, Spain's 4th largest city is situated along Guadalquivir River, a river which divides the city into two, Sevilla and Triana.
  2. Bilbao: Take a trip to Bilbao and visit the Guggenheim Museum and the Gothic Santiago Cathedral.
  3. Serranos Towers: See the medieval gates into the old city of Valencia.

For More Information

For maps, days tours and accommodation options, visit the Regional Spain chapter in our European Essentials online brochure. Click here.

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