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The most popular clubs in Barcelona, Spain (Spain - Club)

15 The Liquid Club The Liquid Club

  Liquid Club is a great and unique nightclub in Barcelona. It is an outdoor club open during the summer, with a huge swimming pool, offering it a tropical atmosphere; it also includes a bar and restaurant where you can have a lot of fun.   All night long, people dance only on live music; the pool creates a special ambiance, being surrounded by real palms. It is open from 11 p.m till 6 a.m so you can enjoy your time till dawn. This club has been for a long time the place where all the best Djs from around the world ...
5 Baja Beach Club Baja Beach Club

   Baja Beach Club is located right on the beach in Barcelona. Baja Beach Club is a club and restaurant at the same time, so that you can have dinner after 11 pm and then you can stay for free in the club to dance on the local music that is very various.      This club is among Barcelona’s hottest night spots. They have a special area where only the VIP’s are allowed, which benefit from an exclusive service. It was the first club that used the “VeriPaySystem”, that means that t...
4 La Fira Club La Fira Club

  La Fira Club is a great night club in Barcelona. This club is not an ordinary one, as it has a circus theme and it is surrounded by antiques taken from the historical sites around Barcelona. La Fira Club has places for both VIP's and regular clients.   This club has different music every weekday: on Monday  there is hip-hop with R&B style, on Wednesday  they have music for couples and groups, on Thursday they put on only electronic and techno, on Friday and Saturday there is salsa and pop. In this way...

The most beautiful cathedrals of Spain (Spain - Destinations)

131 Sagrada Familia in Barcelona, Spain Sagrada Familia in Barcelona, Spain

   Sagrada Familia is the most unconventional church in Europe and a symbol of Barcelona. The cathedral, the impressive work of Antoni Gaudi -still unfinished - is one of the most visited monuments in Barcelona.    The project did not belong to him at the very beginning, another architect being assigned to carry it - Francisco del Villar - who would soon enter a deep depression due to the grandeur and complexity of the project. Gaudi will be surprised when the authorities will assign this project to...
126 Leon Cathedral Leon Cathedral

  Castilla Leon is a magical realm of castles, where Castellano language was born and the legendary hero El Cid emerged. It is the place where history, myth and legend have woven over the years, making it difficult to separate the truth from reality. It is the result of the union of two ancient kingdoms -Old Castile (Burgos, Palencia, Valladolid, Avila, Segovia and Soria) and the Kingdom of Leon (Salamanca, Zamora and Leon), which were separated and reunited several times over medieval era. Leon city is a jewel of Spain and houses ...
120 Cathedral of Sevilla Cathedral of Sevilla

  Cathedral of Seville is one of the largest and most impressive churches in the world. It was built in the 15th century on the site of a mosque dating from the 12th century. Inside the cathedral there is a spectacular shrine of gold, Retablo Mayor. Today it is one of the symbols of Seville, a tourist attraction visited by many tourists every year. Cathedral of Seville rises beside the Giralda tower, the only standing remains of the old mosque, an important landmark of the city of Seville today. Regardless the religious affinities,...

The best places to visit in Sevilla, Spain (Spain - Destinations)

121 Plaza de Espana Plaza de Espana

  Plaza de Espana is an imposing architectural complex that was made to serve as a central department of Iberico-American Exposition, an event held in Seville in 1929 for what was meant closer ties between Spain and former colonies in Latin America. Plaza de Espana is located in Maria Luisa Park, near the historical center of Seville.     Exhibition in Seville in 1929 was organized for improving of the relations between Spain, Portugal and former colonies. Each country has built a pavilion, but ...
120 The Giralda Tower The Giralda Tower

  Giralda, the bell tower in the Cathedral of Seville is the most famous attractions of Seville, was a true emblem of the city. The tower was originally built in the late 12th century, being then a mosque minaret large high Mauri. 12th century Almohad dynasty that dominates the entire region has raised a new mosque in Seville. Minaret of the mosque construction started in Gever 1184 under the guidance of engineer who designed an ingenious structure with its two walls connected by a ramp inside. Minaret construction was completed in...
119 Cathedral of Sevilla Cathedral of Sevilla

  Cathedral of Seville is one of the largest and most impressive churches in the world. It was built in the 15th century on the site of a mosque dating from the 12th century. Inside the cathedral there is a spectacular shrine of gold, Retablo Mayor. Today it is one of the symbols of Seville, a tourist attraction visited by many tourists every year. Cathedral of Seville rises beside the Giralda tower, the only standing remains of the old mosque, an important landmark of the city of Seville today. Regardless the religious affinities,...

The best places to visit in Madrid, Spain (Spain - Destinations)

110 Plaza Mayor Plaza Mayor

  Plaza Mayor, a large square in downtown Madrid is very popular among tourists and locals alike. Rectangular market has a uniform architecture, very similar to market Vosges in Paris.      In the Middle Ages it was just a market place of consumer goods outside the city walls. In 1560 King Philip II asked Juan de Herrera, architect of the Escorial to transform the church fair in a real small square. Only in the year 1617, during the reign of King Philip III, Plaza Mayor began construction o...
107 Almudena Cathedral Almudena Cathedral

   Almudena Cathedral in Madrid took over 100 years to be built. It was finally consecrated by Pope John Paul II in 1993. Shortly after King Philip II assigned Madrid the capital of Spain in the year of 1561, he wanted to build a cathedral for the new capital. Because of political turmoil and strong opposition from the Archdiocese of Toledo City, which was then a much larger city, the construction of the building was constantly delayed. Finally, in 1868 a congregation devoted to the Virgin Almudena, the saint that patronizes Madr...
107 Puerta del Sol Puerta del Sol

  Plaza Puerta del Sol is the perfect starting point to explore the city of Madrid. This bustling market, is centrally located one of the most lively places in town.     Puerta del Sol is now the historic heart of Madrid, but last place was at the eastern edge of town. Market name comes from the east gate of the city that existed here in the 15th century. Gate was probably named after the sun painted on it - Puerta del Sol or the Sun Gate. Present semi-oval small square was created in the 19th c...

The best places to visit in Barcelona, Spain (Spain - Destinations)

112 Guell Park Guell Park

   Guell Park is the work of Antoni Gaudí, who has left a remarkable footprint in one of the city of Barcelona. Park Guell is just great and especially like other works of Gaudi. The park was entrusted by Eusebi Guell Gaudi who wanted to create a stylish park for Barcelona aristocracy     The park contains amazing stone structures and buildings fascinating. On entering the park is famous dragon is decorated in various colors and which almost became a symbol of Barcelona. Color and gi...
106 Montjuic Montjuic

   Montjuic hill in Barcelona is a must-visit if you are on vacation in Barcelona. Barcelona beats Chapter parks almost any city in Europe. Parc Guell, Montjuic Ciutadella and are just a few. Montjuic Park is atop a small mountain on the outskirts. Barcelona is surrounded by mountains and hills, some quite remote, but it rises just outside the old part of town.       Montjuic Park unique position provides a beautiful view over the city. The best way to go is by subway Montjuic Park. In...
105 Sagrada Familia in Barcelona, Spain Sagrada Familia in Barcelona, Spain

   Sagrada Familia is the most unconventional church in Europe and a symbol of Barcelona. The cathedral, the impressive work of Antoni Gaudi -still unfinished - is one of the most visited monuments in Barcelona.    The project did not belong to him at the very beginning, another architect being assigned to carry it - Francisco del Villar - who would soon enter a deep depression due to the grandeur and complexity of the project. Gaudi will be surprised when the authorities will assign this project to...

The best 5-star hotels in Barcelona, Spain (Spain - 5-star Hotels)

106 Majestic Hotel & Spa Barcelona Majestic Hotel & Spa Barcelona

   Detach and enjoy the quiet one of the hotel's 303 rooms specifically designed for guest comfort. Smoking rooms, air conditioning, bathrobes, daily newspapers, national cinema, desk, hairdryer, safe in the room are among the features that customers will find in every room. 24 hour room service, shops, executive floor, elevator, bar / pub are only a few extra features that you'll find at this hotel in Barcelona. Guests can enjoy sports and recreational activities, including massage facilities, sports hall / fitness, sauna, steam b...
101 Hotel Arts Barcelona Hotel Arts Barcelona

   Hotel Arts is a five star hotel, located in downtown Barcelona, 100 meters from the beach, just 500 meters from the Museum of Modern Art and one kilometer from Old Port and the Picasso Museum. At 100 meters from the hotel bus stop is Villa Olimpica, the hotel is located one kilometer underground station and 1.5 km from Ciutadella Hotel Paseo de Gracia station is located. Barcelona International Airport is located 12 kilometers from the hotel....
101 Hotel Omm Hotel Omm

    Hotel Omm is the creation of architect Juli Capella and superb interior designers Sandra Tarruella and Isabel López, located in Barcelona's fashionable Passeig de Gracia. This unique design offers its own spa and rooftop terrace overlooking central Barcelona's chic Passeig de Gracia.        Boasting impressive views of Gaudí's famous buildings, La Pedrera, Omm offers a contemporary and authentic experience of this capital of culture. Offers a rooftop pool and a s...

The best 4-star hotels in Madrid, Spain (Spain - 4-star Hotels)

113 Casa de Madrid Casa de Madrid

    La Casa de Madrid is a charming house luxury, not a traditional hotel. It offers a unique and romantic. Situated in a listed building to the eighteenth century in the historical center, in Plaza de Opera, opposite the Royal Theatre, overlooking the Plaza Oriente and Palacio Real. A large house with tastefully decorated space, with the palatial atmosphere of the time. Perfect for a honeymoon, a romantic gift or just to spend a few days and enjoy the best of Madrid....
106 Hotel Vinci Via 66 Hotel Vinci Via 66

   With 116 rooms, this property has all the facilities and services that you might expect from a four-star hotel. Among other facilities, each room contains Smoking rooms, air conditioning, daily newspaper, desk, hairdryer, room safe, television. With 24 hour room service, executive floor, elevator, bar / pub, laundry service / dry cleaning, meeting facilities, room service, this hotel in Madrid has all the ingredients for an enjoyable stay. Guests can enjoy sports and recreational activities, including jacuzzi, sauna, spa at this...
105 Hotel Vincci Soho Hotel Vincci Soho

   All 169 rooms at this 4-star hotel are furnished to meet customer needs. All rooms have non-smoking rooms, air conditioning, daily newspaper, desk, hairdryer, room safe, television and other facilities. For each stay of each guest to complete, this hotel in Madrid offers 24 hour room service, elevator, bar / pub, laundry service / dry cleaning, meeting facilities, restaurant. The hotel combines quality service with the latest amenities to offer guests a memorable stay....

The best 5-star hotels in Madrid, Spain (Spain - 5-star Hotels)

103 Hotel Urban Hotel Urban

   The Hotel Urban is a luxury five star hotel building in the heart of Madrid, next to Parliament and close to the most important sights of Madrid. The 102 luxurious rooms available to the Hotel Urban is divided into double, twin and single. All rooms are decorated with elegant and sophisticated materials.      The Europa Deco restaurant serves creative Mediterranean cuisine. There are two bars, one on the top of the hotel and the Glass Bar, the only Oyster Bar in Spain. Leisure f...
103 Hotel Wellington Hotel Wellington

   Guests will discover the finest amenities in each of the 300 rooms in this five-star hotel renowned Smoking rooms, air conditioning, bathrobes, daily newspapers, national cinema, desk, hair dryer are among the features that customers will found in each room. With 24 hour room service, elevator, bar / pub, laundry service / dry cleaning, meeting facilities, restaurant, hotel in Madrid has all the ingredients for an enjoyable stay. Those seeking sport and recreation facilities first class will find massage, jacuzzi, sports hall fa...
103 Hotel The Westin Palace Hotel The Westin Palace

   It is a five star hotel, located in downtown Madrid, 400 meters from Puerta del Sol and the Prado Museum. At 100 meters from the hotel lies the Bank of Espana subway station and bus from Cortol Blaze and 800 meters from the hotel is located Atocha station. Barajas International Airport is located 13 kilometers from the hotel.    Known for its spectacular interior glass dome, which is the visual signature hotel, The Westin Palace Madrid has been included again for the sixth consecutive year in the "Gold Lis...