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Palau Blaugrana

Palau Blaugrana (Carrer d’Aristides, Barcelona) — this indoor arena has a seating capacity of 7,585, and hosts basketball, handball, roller hockey and futsal (indoor football) divisions of FC Barcelona. Visitors should browse through its website for a schedule of future events: www.fcbarcelona.cat

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Palacio Vistalegre

Palacio Vistalegre (Matilde Hernández, Madrid) – located a short distance south of Madrid’s Casa de Campo park, this indoor arena, opened in 2000, has a seating capacity of 15,000. It is best-known for holding a variety of pop and rock concerts, as well as sporting events. Visitors should browse through its website for a schedule […]

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National Auditorium of Music

National Auditorium of Music (Calle Príncipe de Vergara 146, Madrid) — this is an organization dependent on the National Institute of Performing Arts and Music under the Ministry of Culture. The building, brainchild of architect Jose María García Paredes, was inaugurated in 1988. The auditorium’s two concert halls, for Symphonic and Chamber music, seat 2,324 […]

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Marbella Golf Country Club

Marbella Golf Country Club (Ctra. De Cádiz, N-340, Km. 188, Marbella, Málaga) — designed by Robert Trent Jones in the late 1980s, this well established Championship 18-hole course is 6,000 meters long with a par of 72. Marbella Golf has an imaginative and impressive layout and the course challenges professionals and amateurs alike. Our holes […]

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Madrid Zoo Aquarium

  Madrid Zoo Aquarium (Casa de Campo, Madrid) — this is one of the most important zoos in Spain, with visitors getting the chance to see over 2,000 animals from various continents. Animals seen at this zoo include giant pandas and koalas, and each facility is specially designed to adapt to the different species. The […]

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Madrid Arena

Madrid Arena (Calle Principal de Provincias, Madrid) – this is an indoor, 12,000-seat arena within the Casa de Campo grounds in the west side of Madrid. Opened in 2002, it hosts sporting events, commercial, cultural and leisure activities. Those interested in attending one of its upcoming events should visit its website for further info: www.madridarena.org […]

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La Rosaleda Stadium

La Rosaleda Stadium (Paseo de los Martiricos, Málaga) – this is a football arena located in Málaga, which is the home of the Málaga CF football team. Seating capacity is 28,963. Those interested in seeing their games are advised to check with its website for more info: www.malagacf.com  

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La Nova Icaria

La Nova Icaria (Barcelona) – this beach is right by the Olympic port on the mid-western side of the Barcelona coast (near Playa del Bogatell). The beach has stone benches which line up the shore- perfect for a quiet afternoon to walk through and appreciate the surrounding area. Also, there are some beach bars and […]

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La Misericordia

La Misericordia (Paseo Maritimo Antonio Banderas Seafront, Malaga) – this is a popular city beach located on the southern outskirts of Málaga. Various beach sports (like volleyball) are played here, and there’s also the Espigón de la Térmica where one can fish.

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La Malagueta

La Malagueta (Paseo de Pablo Ruiz Picasso, Málaga) – this is a local beach, not far from downtown Málaga. The sand there is dark and coarse, unlike white sand beaches elsewhere. Due to its location, it gets crowded on weekends. Nevertheless, there are a number of seaside restaurants and chiringuitos (beach bars) nearby and is […]