Spain is an enormously popular travel destination due to its diverse culture, multifaceted landscapes and delicious cuisine. Its rich history, from Moorish influences to the Renaissance, is reflected in its impressive monuments and charming old towns. The sun-drenched beaches, lively cities and warm hospitality make Spain an unforgettable travel experience.

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    Madrid enchants with its diverse culture, historical sights such as the Royal Palace and the Prado Museum, as well as lively districts such as Puerta del Sol. The city offers a unique blend of traditional architecture and modern flair, while culinary delights like Tapas and Paella tantalize the taste buds. With its exclusive shopping facilities, lively markets and vibrant nightlife, Madrid is an unrivaled city break destination for art, history and pleasure.

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    Mallorca, the popular Mediterranean island, attracts visitors with its beautiful beaches, crystal-clear waters and diverse landscape. The Balearic island impresses with historic cities such as Palma, idyllic villages, culinary delights such as Ensaimadas and a vibrant party scene. Mallorca is a paradise for sun worshippers, hikers, cyclists, golfers and culture vultures alike.

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    The vibrant capital of Spain offers its visitors a wealth of attractions. Here is a small insight, as Madrid has many more fascinating places to offer:

    1. Prado Museum (Museo del Prado):
    One of the most prestigious art museums in the world, with an impressive collection of European art - including works by Goya, Velázquez, El Greco and many more.

    2. Royal Palace (Palacio Real):
    The magnificent palace is the official residence of the Spanish monarch. Visitors can admire the opulent rooms, the royal gardens and the imposing architecture.

    3. Puerta del Sol:
    The central square of Madrid, known for the symbol of the city, the "Bear Statue" (El Oso y el Madroño), as well as a meeting point and shopping area.

    4, Plaza Mayor:
    A historic square in the heart of Madrid, surrounded by arcades and magnificent architecture. Events and markets are often held here.

    5, Retiro Park (Parque del Retiro):
    A green oasis in the middle of the city, with a large lake, magnificent gardens, statues and a glass pavilion. Ideal for walking, picnicking and boating.

    6. Gran Vía:
    Madrid's main shopping street with many stores, theaters and restaurants. It is particularly lively in the evening.

    The Spanish vacation island of Mallorca

    7 "must-sees" on Mallorca

    Mallorca, the largest of the Balearic Islands in the Mediterranean, offers a multitude of fascinating sights. Here is a small foretaste:

    1 La Seu Cathedral in Palma: This imposing Gothic cathedral in the capital of Mallorca is an architectural masterpiece and a cultural highlight of the island.

    2 Serra de Tramuntana: A picturesque mountain range in the northwest of Mallorca, which has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Here you can experience breathtaking landscapes, charming villages and hiking trails.

    3 Cap de Formentor: Enjoy spectacular views of the Mediterranean from the easternmost tip of the island. You can reach this attraction via a picturesque coastal road.

    4 Valldemossa: A picturesque mountain village known for its monastery, narrow streets and charming architecture. The composer Frédéric Chopin also lived here for a time.

    5 Es Trenc: A beautiful natural beach with turquoise waters and fine sand, considered one of the best beaches in Mallorca.

    6 The old town of Palma de Mallorca: Stroll through the narrow streets of Palma's old town and discover historic buildings, squares, stores and cozy cafés.

    7 Sineu Market: The oldest weekly market on the island, selling local produce, handicrafts and traditional Mallorcan food.

    The taste of Spain

    Spanish cuisine is known for its variety of flavors and regional specialties. We have put together a small selection for you.

    Paella: A rice dish that is often prepared with seafood, chicken, rabbit or vegetables.

    Tapas: Small appetizing dishes ranging from olives to ham and prawns. Tapas are served as snacks with drinks in bars.

    Gazpacho: A refreshing cold soup made from tomatoes, peppers, cucumber, onions and garlic - ideal for hot summer days.

    Jamón ibérico: A high-quality air-dried ham, often thinly sliced and served as a starter or Tapa.

    Tortilla Española: An omelette made from eggs, potatoes and onions. It can be enjoyed in the morning, at lunchtime and in the evening.

    Churros con Chocolate: Deep-fried dough sticks (Churros), often served for breakfast or as a sweet snack with a cup of thick chocolate.

    Patatas Bravas: Fried potato cubes, often served with a spicy tomato sauce and garlic mayonnaise.

    Salmorejo: A thicker variation of gazpacho, usually made with bread, tomatoes, olive oil and garlic.

    Pisto: A vegetable dish similar to Ratatouille, consisting of tomatoes, peppers, zucchinis, onions and eggs.

    Crema Catalana: A Catalan dessert specialty similar to Crème Bûlée, but often flavored with lemon or orange zest.

    Spain is also known for its high-quality wines, olive oil and cheese.