Barcellona affascina i suoi visitatori da secoli. La metropoli spagnola sulle rive del Mediterraneo è semplicemente incantevole: camminando lungo i viali della città, si possono ammirare le facciate in stile art nouveau, l'atmosfera delle luci notturne, il fascino della cultura spagnola. Assistere ad un concerto di musica classica a Barcellona, non può che essere un'esperienza unica.
Madrid is a historically open and diverse southern European city, currently considered one of the most exciting and creative cities in Europe. It has a thriving flamenco scene, with many of Spain's finest performers living in the area. The Spanish music mecca draws numerous musicians from other parts of Spain and abroad
Revealing influences from Roman, Turkish, Arabic, Spanish, and Berber cultures, Palma de Mallorca was settled during the Bronze Age and has been a delightful and obliging host ever since. Offering exciting festivals, tempting food, and dazzling marine activities ranging from yacht outings and sailing to a water park and an aquarium, Palma has benefitted from a healthy economy based on sea trade and, more recently, tourism. This island paradise, however, offers much more than long stretches of beautiful beaches. The capital of the Balearics is replete with culture, boasting opulent theaters, a beautiful basilica, an impressive Gothic cathedral, and its own symphony orchestra.
Peralada is a small town of 1500 inhabitants situated in the Alt Empordà, between Figueres and the Costa Brava and 150 kilometres from Barcelona.
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