As you well know, Spain has many attractions and among them are a large number of cities. Some stand out for being cosmopolitan, others for their rich heritage, many are full of interesting museums … Of course, if there are two cities that stand out above the rest, they are Barcelona and Madrid, which, according to Kayak , are the two most visited cities in the country, occupying the first and second place, respectively.
As the metasearch engine explains, Spaniards themselves visit the cities of our country the most, followed by Argentines, Mexicans, Italians, English and Norwegians. Would you like to discover which are the 10 most visited cities in Spain? Well, we will talk about them below!
As we have just mentioned, the most visited city in Spain according to Kayak is Barcelona, also known as Barcelona. The Catalan capital not only offers beaches and mountains, but also hides an important historical and artistic heritage, highlighting the works of the genius Antoni Gaudí . In addition, it is a tremendously lively cosmopolitan city.
In second position we find Madrid, the capital of Spain, which is capable of combining the most modern infrastructures with an important cultural and artistic heritage. The Puerta del Sol, the Prado Museum, the Retiro Park or the Royal Palace are just some of the tourist spots that are worth visiting.
Palma de Mallorca
In third position we find Palma de Mallorca, which is the capital of the island of Mallorca. In addition to having a privileged climate all year round and numerous beaches, it has a beautiful old town. The Cathedral, the Palacio de la Amudaina, the Plaza Mayor and the Lonja stand out, among other places.
Santa Cruz of Tenerife
From the Balearic Islands we moved to the Canary Islands, where we found the fourth city on the list. It is Santa Cruz de Tenerife, a beautiful port town located on the island of Tenerife. In addition to hosting one of the most spectacular Carnivals in Spain, it hides art, modernity and history in its streets and parks.
We move to Andalusia to tell you about Malaga, which occupies the fifth position in the ranking. It is a happy and lively city that is full of beautiful places, such as the La Farola promenade or the Alameda Principal. In addition, it offers an unbeatable offer of beaches, hotels and golf courses.
The Gran Canarian palms
We return to the Canary Islands to tell you about Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, which is located in Gran Canaria, an island full of deep cliffs and long beaches. Thus, this city offers sun, beach and an important historical and cultural legacy.
We continue our tour of the most visited cities in Spain in Seville, which occupies the seventh position in the ranking. Capital of Andalusia, this city located on the banks of the Guadalquivir not only transmits joy and bustle, but also hides an important heritage.
The island of Ibiza is known worldwide for its lively nightlife and its spectacular beaches, but the city of Ibiza also has other things to offer, such as the neighborhood known as Dalt Vila , which is surrounded by a wall, or its marina, packed with bars, restaurants and shops.
From Ibiza we moved to Valencia, which according to Kayak is the ninth most visited city in Spain. Commerce, culture, cinema, theaters, music, museums, businesses … These are just a few things that this city offers, capable of combining the most avant-garde and innovative buildings with the remains of its remote past.
Finally, we have to talk about Alicante, an important tourist destination in the Spanish Levante . Beyond its important offer in golf courses and beaches, this port city offers a beautiful old town, among many other places of interest.