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El Escorial Monastery

From the series “Famous Buildings of Renaissance Architecture”
El Escorial Monastery is a famous Spanish residence of King Philipp II. The monastery is located near Madrid in a picturesque mountain area Sierra de Guadarrama. Philipp II ordered to build this magnificent monastery in 1557. In the middle of the military campaign, the king’s army has destroyed the old monastery named after Saint Lavrenty. This man was born in Spain that’s why the king decided to build a great monastery after the saint’s return to the motherland.

Originally it was built to ensure that the part of the large building could be used as a royal residence. This large construction of the 1584 year reminds a severe medieval fortress. It adores with the area – the monastery length is 206 meters and width 161 meters.

The building is so big that until now people can’t … Read all

Almendra Dam

From the series “The Most Impressive Dams on Earth”
Almendra Dam is located near the so-named Spanish village. Its height is about 200 meters. The dam has an artificial lake with area of 90 square meters. Its length is quite big – 567 meters. The dam has been built for 6 years from 1964 until 1970. The second name of this arch dam is "Villarino". Since the building the dam became a part of the huge water power system Duero Drops.

For about 50 years Almendra Dam is one of the hugest in Spain, today it is connected with the Villarino Power Station. The construction of the dam is quite complex. At first there was build a 14 meters long underground tunnel that was designed to electricity output. It is quite interesting that after the water removing water goes to another river – Douro. The station capacitance is 810 megawatts. … Read all
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Hilton builds third luxury hotel in Kyoto

Hilton has announced that it will soon begin a project to build a new hotel in Kyoto. It will be located in the heart of the city, in the prestigious area of Sanjo-Kawaramachi. Guests will be able to easily reach all areas of interest in the dynamic city, many popular attractions and recreation areas will be within a walking distance from the hotel. Read this


Interactive maps of hiking and biking routes in Spain

1. You can zoom in/out using your mouse wheel, as well as move the map of Spain with your mouse.
2. This interactive map presents two modes: 'Biking Routes' and 'Hiking Routes'. Use the '+' button on the map to switch between them.

Railway and landscape maps of Spain

This Spain map has two modes: 'Railway Network' and 'Landscape & Rural Map'. Use the '+' button on the map to navigate.

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Barceloneta and Port Olympica Beach. Barceloneta is an old Catalonian fish quarter, which is located between the ancient part of the city and the beach. Thanks to its location it is very easy to predict that this is the place where tourists can find best fish restaurants, tapas-bars and small cosy shops in the city. If you go along the boulevard, you will reach Port Olimpica Beach. Along with plenty of bars, restaurants and shops this place is the location of amazing and quality beach clubs. … Read more
However, the most famous painting of the Prado Museum was created not by Goya, but by Velasquez. This is "Las Meninas", a self-portrait with the members of the royal family. The royal couple is shown reflected in a mirror behind Velazquez. Picasso admired this painting so much that he even made several copies of it. Of course, this painting is not everything that the museum can offer to its visitors. The museum also houses paintings by Flemish, Dutch, German, French and Italian painters. Many of … Read more
In the northern part of the province of Castellon, tourists can visit a small town named Peniscola. This is a cozy Spanish coastal town with a pleasant scent of orange trees. Nowadays, Peniscola has been successfully evolving into a resort destination that attracts an increasing number of foreign tourists. The majority of dishes with seafood were invented by local fishermen. All guests of this Spanish town try to taste local delights. Peniscola can offer pleasant recreation on the municipal … Read more
Santa Cruz Quarter. The former Jewish quarter of Santa Cruz is a perfect place to walk along narrow white streets with numerous bars and restaurants where visitors are welcome to try delicious tapas snacks. By the way, tapas were invented in Seville, so, of course, tourists will find thousands of places in which they can try this meal. By order of King Ferdinand III all the Jews had the right to settle only in this quarter. In the XIV century Christians came to power, and Santa Cruz was … Read more
In southern Spain, tourists have an opportunity to visit a beautiful and ancient town – Ronda. This is a true one-of-a-kind settlement that is built on top of two rocks. Such an unusual location makes the town look very airy. It feels like Ronda is floating in the air above the deep El Tajo canyon and the Guadalevin River that flows in it. It is hard to put into words the beauty of this Spanish region, and so tourists from all over the world arrive in this town to feel how their hearts beat … Read more
Despite the fact that the main attractive feature of Benidorm is considered to be its beaches, in the city there are many interesting historical sites. At the top of the cape is "Balcony of the Mediterranean" - a viewing platform with a balustrade known to the whole world, which offers a great view of the city and coast. A few hundred years ago on the site of the observation deck was a large fort, which over the years has been completely destroyed. Today it is resembled by just a few … Read more
One of the most interesting historical neighborhoods of Granada is Sacromonte. For many tourists, it is also known under the unofficial name Gypsy Quarter. It is believed that it was in this quarter that the art of flamenco was born. The main feature of the historic district is the houses, many of which were carved directly into the rock. They are residential at present, while some historical buildings were converted into museums and used for conducting flamenco concerts. Among the … Read more
Cuenca Town
In Spain, tourists can visit the charming city of Cuenca that attracts tourists with an unusual peculiarity that makes this settlement truly unique. The historical part of the city and all houses within this area have an interesting location. When looking at buildings in Cuenca, it feels like they are growing directly from rocks and are floating above a deep canyon. Tourists are often worried that the buildings can fall down at any moment but this doesn’t happen. Local people use special … Read more - online travel reservation expert providing reliable car rental and hotel booking services. We feature more than 25.000 destinations with 12.000 rental offices and 200.000 hotels worldwide.
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