With a wealth of historical sites, fantastic monuments, beautiful architecture and lovely, leafy parks, Spain’s cities are magical to explore. World-class restaurants and lively bars dot the streets, where locals and foreigners stay out until the early morning enjoying the pounding nightlife on offer. Often set in gorgeous locations, sun, sea and silky sands add yet another welcome dimension to all that there is to see and do.
With fantastic cultural attractions in the shape of museums and galleries, as well as a plethora of local events and festivals highlighting the country’s diverse cultural makeup, the best cities in Spain have everything you’ve dreamed of and more.
10. Palma de Mallorca
The capital of the Balearic Islands, Palma is a beautiful sight. It features a lovely old cathedral that towers over the waterfront and numerous historical sites dating back to the Moors, Romans, and Talayotics. While the Gothic cathedral is arguably a highlight, wandering its medieval streets lined with old townhouses and churches is delightful, and there are lots of galleries, cafes, bars, and restaurants to check out. You’ll be pleasantly surprised at all that Palma de Mallorca has to offer.