Tourist attractions of Madrid

Madrid is a city that attracts many types of people, art lovers, business promoters, fashion lovers, fans of live music and culture fans. No matter what you are looking for in Madrid, the city has something to offer. In Madrid’s hot, dry summers and cool winters, causing the city to have some extreme climate changes. Depending on the time of year you visit Madrid, weather and climate are as diverse as the city itself. Being a cosmopolitan city, Madrid has hundreds of tourist accommodation for all types of people. Characterized by intense cultural and artistic activity and a very lively nightlife and hot, a visitor can never run out of things to do and places to visit in Madrid.  Anyone could see places as the seat of government, the business center and the home of the Spanish royal family. Read More

Santander: gateway to northern Spain

The arrival port of Santander is the perfect gateway to some of the most beautiful, unspoilt parts of Spain, and provides easy access to south-west France. Sailing from Plymouth or Portsmouth to Santander offers a much more relaxing alternative to flying. And by taking your car, you’ll be free from airport delays, free from the hassle and expense of baggage restrictions, and free to explore the surrounding area at your own pace.

Visit Lanzarote, Island of Fire

The Canary Islands are well known as a popular year round holiday destination. Second only to Catalonia as the most visited region in Spain. Yet these seven islands are not all birds of a feather by any means. As each boasts its own unique character and identity.

Lanzarote is the most easterly link in this chain, lying some 80 miles off the coast of Morocco. In relation to larger Canarian cousins such as Tenerife the island remains surprisingly unspoiled – despite welcoming over 1.5 million foreign tourists every year. A figure which is further augmented by an annual influx from the Spanish mainland as many seek to swop the summer heat there for the cooler climes of the Canaries.

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