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CaixaForum Barcelona

4.5 star rating: Recommended 2901 Reviews

The sister museum to Madrid’s popular CaixaForum cultural center, CaixaForum Barcelona was inaugurated in 2002 and has since made a name for itself as one of ...  Read more

CaixaForum Madrid

One of Madrid’s most innovative works of architecture, the angular exterior of the CaixaForum is so spectacular you might be tempted not to bother going ...  Read more

Cala Comte

Located on the west coast of Ibiza, Cala Comte is one of the must-visit beaches on this Spanish island. It’s perfect for both family beach-goers and those ...  Read more

Cala Figuera

Perched on the coastal cliffs of the island of Mallorca, Cala Figuera was once only a modest fishing village and small harbor. Today it is one of the most ...  Read more

Cala Morell (Necropolis Caves)

The north coast of Menorca is a gem for history buffs. Here, visitors can find the Cala Morell, or Necropolis Caves. This site, which has regular excavations, ...  Read more

Cala Santanyi

Though now recognized as one of the most beautiful beach areas of Mallorca, Cala Santanyi was not part of the initial tourism boom on the island — in fact it ...  Read more

Calle Mayor

To soak in the essence of Cartagena, plan to take a stroll down its Calle Mayor, or Main Street. The pedestrian-only avenue is the place to go to appreciate ...  Read more

Calle Triana

Calle Triana (and the district surrounding it) has become the main commercial center of Las Palmas. The pedestrian street running through its heart is lined ...  Read more

Camara Oscura

Towering high above the Andalusian city of Seville, looking out from the top of the Camara Oscura allows for some of the best views of the surrounding area. ...  Read more

Camp Nou

4.5 star rating: Recommended 34 Reviews

Football fans won’t want to miss a visit to the Camp Nou Football Stadium, the home ground of FC Barcelona and the largest stadium in Europe, seating up to ...  Read more

Campo del Principe

Translated as Field of the Prince, this Granada square is said to be named after Prince Juan, whose late-15th-century wedding was supposed to be celebrated ...  Read more

Canyon de la Calobra

On Mallorca’s northwest coast, the Torrent de Pareis River wriggles its way through the Tramuntana Mountain Range, leaving massive limestone-carved canyons in ...  Read more

Cap de Creus

Cap de Creus is a peninsula in the far northeast of Catalonia, not far from the French border. Covering 73 square miles, it is the easternmost point of Spain ...  Read more

Cape Finistere

Back when the earth was assumed to be flat, Cape Finisterre (derived from the Latin  for "land's end") was thought to be the westernmost point of ...  Read more

Cap Roig Botanical Garden (Jardi Botanic de Cap Roig)

The Botanical Gardens at Cap Roig began as the private estate of two expat residents in 1927. The castle and gardens remained private until 1969. Since then, ...  Read more

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