Madrid, the capital of Spain, surprises visitors with the hustle and bustle of a cosmopolitan city that has managed to combine different rhythms of life, from the frenetic pace of the Castellana to the harmonious and leisurely pace of the Retiro. Madrid offers culture with works by Goya, Velázquez and other Spanish masters in the Prado Museum, gastronomy in the heart of the old Madrid of the Habsburgs located in the Plaza Mayor and history in each of its corners walking towards the Royal Palace.
Malaga, in southern Spain, is a port city on the Costa del Sol and a gateway for international tourism. Its yellow sandy beaches and the sun, are a holiday attraction. However, the city has two enormous citadels, the Alcazaba and the ruins of Gibralfaro, rise above this modern skyline and speak to us of its Moorish origins.
Valencia, located on the southeastern coast of Spain, combines tradition and modernity in a perfect way. The futuristic structures of the City of Arts and Sciences, almost otherworldly, trap the visitor in the play of forms. The Albufera Natural Park, a wetlands reserve with a lake and trails, immerses us in nature. And of course, beaches and sun that drive us to enjoy life.