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|Area||505,990 km2 (#)|
|Population Density||92 people/km2|
|GDP PPP||$1,864.00 Billion|
|GDP Per Capita||$40,290|
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Spain's current tourism promotion, "I need Spain," is the reason travelers from all over the world visit and enjoy its attractions, flavors, natural wonders and sights.
Spain Travel Itinerary: 7 Days
Barcelona - Madrid - Grenada
No visit to Spain is complete without a stop in Barcelona. Whether it be the city’s coastal location or cosmopolitan vibe, Barcelona is consistently considered to be one of the cities most beloved by tourists in Europe, if not the world. Starting the trip here sets a great tone for the rest of a journey.
Although Madrid and Barcelona are located some 385 miles (620 km) apart, Spain’s excellent high-speed rail network will transport you between the cities in only two and a half hours. This means that visiting Spain’s two major cities in the same visit is possible. Madrid is well-known for its cultural sites and active nightlife.
Spain Travel Itinerary: 10 Days
The 10 day itinerary brings the addition of a visit to the city of Granada.
Rounding out this itinerary is a jaunt to the famous city of Granada. Often called Spain’s quintessential city for tourists due to its unique culture and proximity to outdoor activities, Granada is certainly worth the trip to Andalusia if you have the time.
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