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Spain

Spain
If you want to see history reflected in prehistoric cave paintings, Renaissance cathedrals, crumbling castles, Roman ruins, modern architecture, as well as some very distinctive Gothic and Moorish palaces, then fly with Austrian Airlines to Spain. Spain has many beaches, places for dancing, and plenty of food for your enjoyment. In Spain you can find diversity throughout the country. In Segovia you can explore the aqueducts that have been in the town for over 2000 years. Visit Guernica to see the many original works of Picasso on display. The Alhambra Granada is a legendary Moorish palace complex which has a monument that represents sensuality and contemplative decoration. In Barcelona sculptures showcase the modern architects, most famously Gaudí, and define the city's exuberant architectural heritage. Escape away today, and come see the many sites Spain has to offer.

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Spain
  • Currency: Euro (EUR)
  • Language: Spanish (Castilian), Basque, Catalan, Galician
  • Capital: Madrid
  • Austrian flight destination: Barcelona, Ibiza, Palma
Airport
  • Barcelona-El Prat (BCN): The airport is located 12 km (8 miles) southwest of central Barcelona.
  • Address: 08820 El Prat de Llobregat, Barcelona, Spain
  • Telephone: (34) 902 40 47 04
  • Airport Barcelona


Where to eat in Spain

Where to eat in Spain
Venus Delicatesse
Vegetarians in Barcelona do not have a particularly difficult life. However, if you don't want to order what's the only vegetarian dish left on the menu but would like to have a choice from an entire menu, you should pay a visit to Venus Delicatessen. Every now and then you'll find a meat dish on their menu, but that is rather an exception.   From Bulgur with vegetables to meatless lasagne - everything tastes so wonderful at Venus. In fact even your non-vegetarian friends will be happy to eat here. Additionally this is a perfect spot to watch the world go by as the entire window wall can be fully opened.
Antic Bocoi
Bubo

What to see in Spain

What to see in Spain
Placa Reial
The nice side of Place Reial is that you just can't get it under control. In this square, the Catalonian joy of life is celebrated day and night.   It can become rather noisy here and only recently the locals took to the streets with huge posters to stop the noise at night. Admittedly, they weren't very successful. It is still rather noisy but somehow the sound has become nicer. The street musicians need to proof in a casting that they are actually able to play before they are allowed to perform on the square.   Drug dealers have disappeared, as police officers take more frequent walks through the square. In other words, be it day or night, a coffee or a beer on one of the many terraces is always worthwhile.
Parc Güell
Casa Milà

Where to stay in Spain

Where to stay in Spain
Banys Orientals
Only 500 metres from exciting Rambla, in a small pedestrian zone of the old town, you will find one of the most charming hotels of the city. The building dates back to the 18th century and has 43 rooms and suites that create a nice family feeling.   The rooms are not extraordinary, but are furnished low-key. Banys Orientals is a friendly alternative to top-end hotels and hostel. Double rooms are available from 99,75 euros per night
Hotel Omm
Pensió Jardí

Where to shop in Spain

Where to shop in Spain
Pinzat
Everybody in search of something special will make a find at Pinzat. For ten years, the creative heads behind the trendy label have worked on their ideas and a considerable range of products.   The result: unique bags and backpacks made of vinyl, one of the oldest customary form of plastics. But don't think of stiff and grey plastic bags. The offer ranges from small, medium-sized to big bags which were designed by graffiti artists from all over the world. From motifs with flamenco dancers to landscapes - everything is possible and makes each and every piece unique.   In order to guarantee a longer lifespan, the products are sewed twice and an additional strap enables you to wear your bag at the waist and attach it to your bike's handlebar. Also available: more vinyl pieces for the safe transport on your bicycle.
Duduá
On Land

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