Most beautiful cities in Spain

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Most beautiful cities in Spain
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TOP 1:

Puertollano (Castile-La Mancha)

Puertollano (Castile-La Mancha)
Important industrial center in the province of Ciudad Real. Population: 52,300 hab. PHOTO: Fuente Agria

TOP 2:

Algeciras (Andalusia)

Algeciras (Andalusia)
City with an economy based on its location as a communications node with Africa and the existing industries in the region. Population: 116,417 hab. PHOTO: Plaza Alta de Algeciras


TOP 3:

Castellón de la Plana / Castelló de la Plana (Comunitat Valenciana)

Castellón de la Plana / Castelló de la Plana (Comunitat Valenciana)
Capital of the province of Castellón-Castelló. Population: 180,690 hab. PHOTO: Castellón Concatedral

TOP 4:

Autonomous City of Melilla

Autonomous City of Melilla
Autonomous City located in North Africa. Population: 73,460 hab. PHOTO: Port of Melilla

TOP 5:

Autonomous City of Ceuta

Autonomous City of Ceuta
Autonomous City located in North Africa. Population: 80,570 hab. PHOTO: Royal Walls


TOP 6:

Lleida (Catalonia)

Lleida (Catalonia)
Capital of the province of Lleida. Population: 137,387 hab. PHOTO: Night panoramic of Lleida

TOP 7:

Ciudad Real (Castilla-La Mancha)

Ciudad Real (Castilla-La Mancha)
Capital of the province of Ciudad Real. Population: 74,345 hab. PHOTO: Ayuntamiento de CIudad Real

TOP 8:

Guadalajara (Castilla-La Mancha)

Guadalajara (Castilla-La Mancha)
Capital of the province of Guadalajara. Population: 83,789 hab. PHOTO: Palace of the Infantado


TOP 9:

Talavera de la Reina (Castilla-La Mancha)

Talavera de la Reina (Castilla-La Mancha)
Second most populated city of the Autonomous Community of Castilla-La Mancha. Population: 88,986 hab. PHOTO: Collegiate Church of Santa María

TOP 10:

Girona (Catalonia)

Girona (Catalonia)
Capital of the province of Girona. Population: 96,236 hab. PHOTO: View of the old town.

TOP 11:

Huesca (Aragón)

Huesca (Aragón)
Capital of the province of Huesca. Population: 52,347 hab. PHOTO: Fountain of the Muses


TOP 12:

Logroño (La Rioja)

Logroño (La Rioja)
Capital of the Autonomous Community of La Rioja. Population: 152,650 hab. PHOTO

TOP 13:

Langreo / Llangréu (Principality of Asturias)

Langreo / Llangréu (Principality of Asturias)
Industrial and bourgeois city, in the Asturian Mining Basins, in other times it was one of the most important cities in Spain. Population: 46,000 inhabitants PHOTO: Church of San Pedro

TOP 14:

Albacete (Castilla-La Mancha)

Albacete (Castilla-La Mancha)
The largest and most populated city of the Autonomous Community of Castilla-La Mancha. Population: 170,475 hab. PHOTO: Passage of Lodares

TOP 15:

Soria (Castile and Leon)

Soria (Castile and Leon)
Capital of the province of Soria. Population: 39,838 hab. PHOTO: Plaza Mayor de Soria


TOP 16:
Lorca (Region of Murcia)
Lorca (Region of Murcia)
Third city in importance in the Region of Murcia. (Destroyed partially in an earthquake in 2011) Population: 92,694 hab. PHOTO: Castle of Lorca

TOP 17:
Pamplona / Iruña (Comunidad Foral de Navarra)
Pamplona / Iruña (Comunidad Foral de Navarra)
Capital of the Autonomous Community of Navarra. Population: 197,488 hab. PHOTO: City Hall of Pamplona

TOP 18:
Avilés (Principality of Asturias)
Avilés (Principality of Asturias)
Important industrial center of Asturias. Population: 84,202 hab. PHOTO: Galiana Street

TOP 19:
Marbella (Andalusia)
Marbella (Andalusia)
One of the most important tourist cities of the Costa del Sol. Population: 136,322 hab. PHOTO: View of Puerto Banús

TOP 20:
Ponferrada (Castile and Leon)
Ponferrada (Castile and Leon)
Capital of "El Bierzo", in the province of León. Population: 68,767 hab. PHOTO: Castle of Ponferrada


TOP 21:
Ferrol (Galicia)
Ferrol (Galicia)
Important Galician industrial center, located in the province of A Coruña. Population: 73,638 hab. PHOTO: Town Hall of El Ferrol

TOP 22:
San Cristóbal de La Laguna (Canary Islands)
San Cristóbal de La Laguna (Canary Islands)
Second most populated city in the province of Sta. Cruz de Tenerife. Population: 152,222 hab. PHOTO: Cathedral of La Laguna

TOP 23:
Jerez de la Frontera (Andalusia)
Jerez de la Frontera (Andalusia)
Most populated city of the province of Cádiz. Population: 208.896 hab. PHOTO: Cathedral of Jerez

TOP 24:
Vitoria-Gasteiz (Basque Country)
Vitoria-Gasteiz (Basque Country)
Capital of the Basque Country and the province of Álava-Araba. Population: 238,247 hab. PHOTO: Plaza de la Virgen Blanca

TOP 25:
Aranjuez (Community of Madrid)
Aranjuez (Community of Madrid)
City of the Community of Madrid known for its Royal Palace. Population: 55,054 hab. PHOTO: Royal Palace of Aranjuez


TOP 26:
Palma de Mallorca (Illes Balears)
Palma de Mallorca (Illes Balears)
Capital of the Autonomous Community of the Balearic Islands. Population: 404,681 hab. PHOTO: Cathedral of Palma

TOP 27:
Alcalá de Henares (Community of Madrid)
Alcalá de Henares (Community of Madrid)
Important historical city of the Community of Madrid. Population: 204,120 hab. PHOTO: University of Alcalá

TOP 28:
Almeria (Andalusia)
Almeria (Andalusia)
Capital of the Province of Almería. Population: 190,013 hab. PHOTO: Alcazaba of Almería

TOP 29:
Cartagena (Region of Murcia)
Cartagena (Region of Murcia)
Second city in importance of the Region of Murcia. Population: 214,165 hab. PHOTO: Town Hall of Cartagena

TOP 30:
Jaén (Andalusia)
Jaén (Andalusia)
Capital of the province of Jaén. Population: 116,790 hab PHOTO: Aerial view of Jaén


TOP 31:
Huelva (Andalusia)
Huelva (Andalusia)
Capital of the province of Huelva. Population: 149,310 hab. PHOTO: Monument to the Discovering Faith

TOP 32:
Badajoz (Extremadura)
Badajoz (Extremadura)
Most populated city of the Autonomous Community of Extremadura. Population: 150.376 hab. PHOTO: Plaza Alta de Badajoz

TOP 33:
Murcia (Region of Murcia)
Murcia (Region of Murcia)
Capital of the Region of Murcia. Population: 441.345 hab. PHOTO: Murcia Cathedral

TOP 34:
Teruel (Aragón)
Teruel (Aragón)
Capital of the province of Teruel. Population: 35,241 hab. PHOTO: Town Hall and Cathedral of Teruel

TOP 35:
Zamora (Castile and Leon)
Zamora (Castile and Leon)
Capital of the province of Zamora. Population: 65,998 hab. PHOTO: Cathedral of Zamora


TOP 36:
Valladolid (Castile and Leon)
Valladolid (Castile and Leon)
Capital of the Autonomous Community of Castilla y León. Population: 315,522 hab. PHOTO: Plaza Mayor of Valladolid

TOP 37:
Lugo (Galicia)
Lugo (Galicia)
Capital of the province of Lugo. Population: 97,635 hab. PHOTO: Roman Wall

TOP 38:
Santa Cruz de Tenerife (Canary Islands)
Santa Cruz de Tenerife (Canary Islands)
Capital of the Canary Islands (together with Las palmas de G. Canaria) Population: 222,643 hab PHOTO: Auditorium of Tenerife

TOP 39:
Palencia (Castile and Leon)
Palencia (Castile and Leon)
Capital of the province of Palencia. Population: 82,169 hab. PHOTO: Calle Mayor de Palencia

TOP 40:
Cuenca (Castilla-La Mancha)
Cuenca (Castilla-La Mancha)
Capital of the province of Cuenca. Population: 56,189 hab. PHOTO: Old town of Cuenca


TOP 41:
Bilbao (Basque Country)
Bilbao (Basque Country)
Capital of the province of Vizcaya-Bizkaia. It is the most populated city of the Basque Country and its main economic center. Population: 353,187 hab. PHOTO: Guggenheim Museum

TOP 42:
Ourense (Galicia)
Ourense (Galicia)
Capital of the province of Ourense and most populated city in the interior of Galicia. Population: 108,673 hab. PHOTO: View of the Miño

TOP 43:
León (Castile and Leon)
León (Castile and Leon)
Capital of the province of León. Population: 134,012 hab. PHOTO: Cathedral of León

TOP 44:
Tarragona (Catalonia)
Tarragona (Catalonia)
Capital of the province of Tarragona. Population: 140,184 hab. PHOTO: Panoramic of Tarragona

TOP 45:
Zaragoza (Aragón)
Zaragoza (Aragón)
Capital of the Autonomous Community of Aragón. Population: 675,121 hab. PHOTO: Basilica del Pilar


TOP 46:
Malaga (Andalusia)
Malaga (Andalusia)
Capital of the province of Malaga and second most populated city of Andalusia. Population: 568,507 hab. PHOTO: View of the Malagueta

TOP 47:
Ávila (Castile and León)
Ávila (Castile and León)
Capital of the province of Ávila. Population: 58,245 hab. PHOTO: Muralla de Ávila

TOP 48:
Burgos (Castile and Leon)
Burgos (Castile and Leon)
Capital of the province of Burgos. Population: 178,574 hab. PHOTO: Burgos Cathedral

TOP 49:
Mérida (Extremadura)
Mérida (Extremadura)
Capital of the Autonomous Community of Extremadura. Population: 57,127 hab. PHOTO: Roman Theater

TOP 50:
Valencia (Comunitat Valenciana)
Valencia (Comunitat Valenciana)
Capital of the Valencian Community. Population: 809,267 hab. PHOTO: City of Arts and Sciences


TOP 51:
Gijón / Xixón (Principality of Asturias)
Gijón / Xixón (Principality of Asturias)
Most populated city of the Principality of Asturias. Population: 278,198 hab. PHOTO: San Lorenzo Beach

TOP 52:
Alicante / Alacant (Comunitat Valenciana)
Alicante / Alacant (Comunitat Valenciana)
Capital of the province of Alicante-Alacant. Population: 334,418 hab. PHOTO: Port of Alicante

TOP 53:
Pontevedra (Galicia)
Pontevedra (Galicia)
Capital of the province of Pontevedra. Population: 81,981 hab. PHOTO: Plaza de la Peregrina

TOP 54:
Segovia (Castile and Leon)
Segovia (Castile and Leon)
Capital of the province of Segovia. Population: 55,748 hab. PHOTO: Aqueduct of Segovia

TOP 55:
Cádiz (Andalusia)
Cádiz (Andalusia)
Capital of the province of Cádiz. Population: 125,826 hab. PHOTO: View of the Cathedral


TOP 56:
Vigo (Galicia)
Vigo (Galicia)
Most populated city of Galicia and its main economic and industrial center. Population: 297,124 hab. PHOTO: Policarpo Sanz Street

TOP 57:
A Coruña (Galicia)
A Coruña (Galicia)
Capital of the province of A Coruña. Population: 246,056 hab. PHOTO: María Pita Square

TOP 58:
Donostia-San Sebastián (Basque Country)
Donostia-San Sebastián (Basque Country)
Capital of the province of Guipúzcua-Guipuzkoa. Population: 185,506 hab. PHOTO: Bahía de la Concha

TOP 59:
Córdoba (Andalusia)
Córdoba (Andalusia)
Capital of the province of Córdoba. Population: 328,547 hab. PHOTO: Mezquita-Catedral de Córdoba

TOP 60:
Toledo (Castilla-La Mancha)
Toledo (Castilla-La Mancha)
Capital of the Autonomous Community of Castilla-La Mancha. Population: 82,489 hab. PHOTO: Alcázar de Toledo


TOP 61:
Santiago de Compostela (Galicia)
Santiago de Compostela (Galicia)
Capital of the Autonomous Community of Galicia. Population: 94,824 hab. PHOTO: Plaza del Obradoiro

TOP 62:
Las Palmas de Gran Canaria (Canary Islands)
Las Palmas de Gran Canaria (Canary Islands)
Capital of the Canary Islands (together with Santa Cruz de Tenerife) Population: 383,308 hab. PHOTO: Neighborhood of Vegueta

TOP 63:
Madrid (Community of Madrid)
Madrid (Community of Madrid)
Capital of Spain. Population: 3,273,049 hab. PHOTO: Plaza de Cibeles

TOP 64:
Seville (Andalusia)
Seville (Andalusia)
Capital of the Autonomous Community of Andalusia. Population: 704,198 hab. PHOTO: Torre del Oro

TOP 65:
Barcelona (Catalonia)
Barcelona (Catalonia)
Capital of the Autonomous Community of Catalonia. Population: 1,619,337 hab. PHOTO: Panoramic from Parc Güell


TOP 66:
Cáceres (Extremadura)
Cáceres (Extremadura)
Capital of the province of Cáceres. Population: 94,179 hab. PHOTO: Plaza Mayor de Cáceres

TOP 67:
Salamanca (Castile and Leon)
Salamanca (Castile and Leon)
Capital of the province of Salamanca. Population: 154,462 hab. PHOTO: New Cathedral from the Tormes

TOP 68:
Oviedo (Principality of Asturias)
Oviedo (Principality of Asturias)
Capital of the Principality of Asturias. Population: 226,155 hab. PHOTO: Plaza de la Escandalera

TOP 69:
Granada (Andalusia)
Granada (Andalusia)
Capital of the province of Granada. Population: 239,154 hab. PHOTO: Alhambra of Granada

TOP 70:
Santander (Cantabria)
Santander (Cantabria)
Capital of the Autonomous Community of Cantabria. Population: 181,589 hab. PHOTO: View from the bay


TOP 71:
Elche / Elx (Comunitat Valenciana)
Elche / Elx (Comunitat Valenciana)
The third city in population of the Comunitat Valenciana. Population: 230,822 hab. PHOTO: Palmeral of Elche