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Tortosa

Recommended.

Historical and commercial center. Tortosa is located on the Ebro at 12 meters above the sea level. It was under the Moors rule for several centuries. For many years it was the border line. It was finally conquered by the Count Raymond Berenger IV of Barcelona in 1148. Legend tells that the men had gone to work in the fields, and it was only women of Tortosa, armed with simple axes, who defended the city. Remembering this, every woman born in Tortosa has the right to display an ax carried right on the back of his garment. The Castle of Sant Joan or Zuda is a great fortress built by Abd al-Rahman III dominates its skyline. The Cathedral of Santa Maria was begun in the year 1347.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tortosa

Tarragona

Very highly recommended.

Famous for its rich Roman history. Walk along the Ramblas to the viewing platform in theMediterranean before turning left into the old town. Here you can admire the remains of the Roman amphitheater and the Gothic cathedral that nestle between the classic Spanish architecture. The city is dotted with tourist information points, many of which are domed crystal. These provide a wide range of information such as free cards listing the various attractions around the city.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tarragona

Reus

Highly recommended.

Market with history. The birthplace of Antonio Gaudi. The city has a center dedicated to his life and work. You can also enjoy Art Nouveau heritage while strolling from shop to shop issued by streets for pedestrians.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reus

http://www.gaudicentre.cat/en

Barcelona

Very highly recommended.

You can go by train or car. Train takes you into the center (Passeig de Gracia station in 1hr 40min), then you can always walk. Try to keep your holiday in at least one day city tour of Barcelona with its mind blowing Gaudi architecture, famous fountains and Gothic cathedral. A walk along the Ramblas pedestrian with his colorful flower stalls and street cafes is a must.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Barcelona

http://wikitravel.org/en/Barcelona

Valencia

Very highly recommended.

The City of Arts and Sciences, Turia Gardens, Barrio del Carmen and mansions, Plaza de la Virgen and the Cathedral Quarter, the Plaza del Mercado y Lonja de la Seda (Silk Exchange), and the Bioparc Oceanogràfic, the Albufera Natural Park …

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Valencia

http://wikitravel.org/en/Valencia

Madrid

Very highly recommended.

You can start at Puerta del Sol, centre of the capital. Along the Mayor Street (Calle Mayor) we find the Habsburg’s Madrid. Don’t miss the Plaza Mayor … Go out of the square through the the Cuchilleros Arch, Go along the Paseo de la Castellana Thyssen-Bornemisza Musseum .. Go to the Cibeles Square, walk along the Gran Vía ….

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Madrid

http://www.turismomadrid.es/en/

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