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Alicante   The pearl of the Mediterranean, enjoys a wonderful climate year round with splendid beaches that earn the Blue Flag Awards from the EU every year. The area, inhabited well before the Romans, is of vital importance in the modern economy of Spain, and famous leisure destinations are not far.


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Barcelona   One of the most beautiful and exciting cities in the world. It has a huge number of attractions including a city centre which retains its medieval street plan; some stunning modernist architecture including several buildings by Gaudi - Spain's most famous architect; dozens of museums including one dedicated to Picasso, another to Miro and yet another to Barcelona's world famous football club.


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Benalmadena   This is a small town with approximately 30,000 inhabitants. Originally a sleepy Andalucian fishing village with beautiful white washed houses, Benalmadena has developed into a small but lively town which retains it old charm and character.


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Granada   The legend of Boabdil, the last King of the Moors of Granada, is still alive. After the Christians conquered the city in 1492, he was banished into exile. At a certain point from the city, he turned around to take one last look at his beloved Granada, sank his head and began to weep. In that moment he remembered his mother's words, do not cry as a woman for something that you were unable to defend as a man. Anyone who has visited Granada at least once can understand Boabdil because the atmosphere of Granada is fantastic each and every day.


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Las Palmas - Canary Islands   Las Palmas de Gran Canaria has 400,000 inhabitants and four different main areas, the 500 year old district of Vegueta, the tourist area with 3 km of beaches, the port which is the most important of the Atlantic near the African coast and the University with over 20,000 students.


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Madrid   This city has been the capital city of Spain since 1562, and has more than 4 million inhabitants. It is a city oozing a vitality and an energy unmatched by any other European capital. The nightlife is unmatched by other European cities and is very crowded with people of all ages having good times in restaurants, clubs discos and bars.


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Malaga   The capital of the Costa del Sol, with a population of about 450,000. Its situation, first-class tourist attractions, constant blue sky and Mediterranean Sea, warm hospitality, folklore, mild climate and wide variety of night sports and restaurants make Malaga an ideal setting for spending your time learning Spanish and enjoying yourself.


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Marbella   One of the most exclusive summer resorts in Europe, an old town that stills preserves its character. It is located south of Spain by the Mediterranean Sea in the "Costa del Sol".


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Palma de Mallorca   The island of Mallorca is the most popular tourist destination in Europe, largely because of the stunning variety of its scenery, its warm Mediterranean climate, the hospitality of the islanders, its rich cultural heritage and the richness and of its food and drink.


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Salamanca   Salamanca is a small town and it can be crossed on foot from end to end. Monumental churches, unique buildings, streets oozing with history... Salamanca offers all of this and much more.


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San Sebastian   A family resort town of long standing, San Sebastian rests on the bay of La Concha in northwestern Spain, is surrounded by rolling low hills and has three very nice beaches to choose from. The town offers endless possibilities to enjoy your free time: lively nightlife, the Alde Zaharra or Parte Vieja (Old Part) , romantic walks along the beach, the Castle or the Wind Comb, excursions, museums, exhibitions, 40 cinema theatres, theatre, cultural centres, and the congress centre just to name a few.


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Sevilla   Sevilla, with its 700,000 inhabitants and more than 3,000 hours of sun a year, is said to be the most beautiful city in Spain, which best keeps alive the most famous Spanish customs: a vibrant street–life, flamenco music and dancing, bullfighting, Holy Week (Semana Santa) and the April Fair (Feria), as well as the openness, pride and warmth of its people.


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Valencia   Valencia is a city of 750,000 inhabitants situated on the Mediterranean coast with extensive pleasant, sandy beaches and a warm, sunny climate. This climate permits a lively atmosphere in the streets throughout the year. It is nearly always possible to find a sunny spot in the open-air in one of its many cafes. If you wish to enjoy the annual fiestas of Valencia at the same time as you learn Spanish, visit the school during the months of March and July.


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Vitoria   Vitoria, the capital of the Basque Autonomous Community in northwestern Spain, is situated on a wide plain surrounded by mountains and 60 km from the coast. An old town because of its history, a young town because of its development, Vitoria provides ample cultural, environmental and social services enjoyed by its some 220,000 inhabitants.


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