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Most Popular Attractions in Spain

1. City of Arts and Sciences

    Consisting of futuristic buildings, exquisite scenery and intriguing artwork, the City of Arts and Sciences (CAS) celebrates the uniqueness of culture. Just witnessing
  • For all attractions, adults €36.25, child €27.55
  • +34 902 10 00 31
  • Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias, Avinguda del Professor López Piñero, Valencia, Spain
  • Depends on the activity

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2. Museo Nacional del Prado

    The Prado is the most famous museum in Madrid, designed by Juan de Villanueva in 1785. The national museum hosts world-class European art from the 12th-19th
  • General 14 Euros, Citizens 65+ yrs 7 Euros
  • Museo Nacional del Prado, Paseo del Prado, Madrid, Spain
  • Monday–Saturday: 10am–8pm, Sun: 10am–7pm

3. Camp Nou

  • Camp Nou Tour Go behind the scenes and see where the players, press and staff operate. Tour includes access to Barcelona Mesuem. Camp Nou is home to one
  • Adults 23 Euros; Kids (6-13yrs) 17 Euros
  • +34 902 1899 00
  • Camp Nou, Carrer d'Aristides Maillol, Barcelona, Spain
  • Daily 10am-6:30pm
  • 2

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4. Alcazaba of Malaga

    The Alcazaba of Malaga sits atop a hill in Malaga’s city centre, overlooking the Mediterranean Sea, Malaga’s port, and the city below. It has
  • Adult €2.20, Child (6-16) or Student €0.60
  • Alcazaba of Málaga, Calle Alcazabilla, Málaga, Spain
  • 9am-6pm (Mon), 9:30am-8pm (Tue-Sun from Apr-Oct) & 8:30am-7:30pm (Tue-Sun from Nov-Mar).

5. Sagrada Familia

  • The Sagrada Familia is one of Barcelona’s most distinctive landmarks. Designed by famous Catalan architect Antoni Gaudi, the Basillica and Expiatory
  • 19,50 euros with guide, 15 euros without guide
  • (0034) 93 208 04 14
  • Carrer de Mallorca, 401, 08013 Barcelona, Spain
  • Daily 9am-8pm
  • 7

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6. Barcelona Cathedral

    Visit as part of the Barcelona “Skip the Line” tour and take in the Gothic Quarter as well as the Sagrada Familia. The Cathedral, known as
  • Free admission; or Donation entrance: 7 euros
  • (0034) 933.428.262
  • Barcelona Cathedral, Carrer del Bisbe, Barcelona, Spain
  • Daily 8:45am - 7:30pm

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7. Las Ramblas

  • Las Ramblas is the most famous street in Barcelona. The exciting street, which runs from the Placa Catalunya in the north to Port Vell in the south, is
  • Free
  • Las Ramblas, Barcelona, Spain
  • Daily
  • 3

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