Dance your way through the history of Spain's national dance in a cutting-edge museum founded by legendary flamenco dancer Cristina Hoyos.
The Mosque-Cathedral of Córdoba is the most important monument of all the Western Islamic world. It's a great example of the Muslim world's ability to work around pre-existing architectural styles in the region. The Mosque-Cathedral of Córdoba is located in central Córdoba.
Alhambra is a stunning palace and fortress complex in Granada, Spain. Visitors can explore the Muslim history of Spain here at this UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Alcazaba Fortress, the Nasrid Palaces, and the Palace of Charles V are all noteworthy sites. The Generalife Gardens with their flowers, baths and fountains show how the spoiled the sultans were who once lived here.
Museo Picasso Málaga houses 200 works donated by members of Picasso's family. It is located in a restored 16th-century palace in Málaga, Spain, the city where artist Pablo Ruiz Picasso was born.
The Royal Alcázar of Seville is a royal palace in Seville, built for the Christian king Peter of Castile. A preeminent example of Mudéjar architecture in the Iberian Peninsula, is renowned as one of the most beautiful. It's the oldest royal palace still in use in Europe, and was registered in 1987 by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site.
Jardines de Zoraya, in the heart of the historical Albaycín area, is one of Granada's top-rated destinations for live flamenco performances. This pretty venue is partly outdoors - so when it gets too steamy you can get some fresh air. It's a great, relaxing spot to take in some flamenco.
Caminito del Rey is located close to the villages of Álora, Ardal, and Antequera, in Málaga. Visitors have the chance to join a guide and walk the renovated pathway, which is less than one-meter wide in some places. Do you dare?
This UNESCO-listed cathedral is officially the world's biggest, at a whopping 135m long and 105m tall. It also houses Christopher Columbus's supposed final resting place and features La Giralda, an iconic bell tower that offers great views of Seville and beyond.
Avoid the queues and look around two of Seville's iconic religious buildings
A stunning flamenco performance on top of an ancient Roman temple
See how the sultans lived at Alhambra and opt to explore the Nasrid palaces
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See 7,000 sea creatures from 400 different species - including 2 bull sharks!