You don't have to go far to see new places this summer. Here we show you the best cities to visit in Spain during the next holidays.

We have no shortage of places to visit in Spain. We have such a varied country that the possibilities seem endless. Located on the coast, inland, in plains or mountains, in Spain, we have beautiful cities to enjoy. As summer approaches and the weather is good for sightseeing, at Skyscanner we wanted to make a selection of the best cities to visit in Spain for a weekend or a longer getaway.

If you have a trip in mind, keep reading because we are going to tell you about some of the most beautiful places in Spain.

1. Malaga

We start with one of the best cities to visit in Spain during the summer months. The capital of the Costa del Sol is a place with a climate that invites you to explore all its possibilities. Of course, its urban beaches are very accessible, but there is much more to see and do in Malaga. For example, we encourage you to take a walk through Muelle Uno until you reach the Malaga Lighthouse. This huge shopping and dining area offers beautiful views of the city, as well as many leisure opportunities. On the other hand, years ago the Andalusian city became an important cultural center. You should not miss the Picasso Museum, the Malaga Museum, or the Pompidou Center.

Wander through the streets of the city center, enjoying places such as the Atarazanas Market, the Malaga Park, or the Roman theater. But, above all, do not forget to contemplate one of the most beautiful panoramic views to see in Spain: the one seen from the Gibralfaro castle, located on a hill 130 meters high. Here the Phoenicians founded the city of Malaka and now you can visit the remains of the fortification from the 10th century.

By the way, the wonderful Malaga Fair is held in August. If you are thinking about places to visit in Spain at this time, Malaga promises you a great combination of good weather, culture, nature and, of course, party.

2. Bilbao

Bilbao is another of the cities to visit in Spain that we propose this year. A few decades ago it left behind its reputation as an ugly and gray city to become a cosmopolitan and tourist place. If you decide to go to Bilbao, you will be able to enjoy tapas, history, culture, avant-garde architecture and, if you feel like it, lively nightlife. For example, you could start with one of the most interesting museums to see in Spain, the Guggenheim. The work of the famous architect Frank Gehry is an imposing construction next to the estuary, which houses works by important artists of contemporary art.

If you get hungry, you just have to walk to Plaza Nueva, located in the Old Quarter of Bilbao. This square is not only a beautiful example of the neoclassical style, but under its arches, you will find great bars and restaurants that are usually very lively. Here you will discover the culture of pintxos in Bilbao and, be careful, it will surely catch you hopelessly for the next few days.

Besides being one of the most interesting places to visit in Spain, Bilbao offers you its best climate so that you can explore it without worrying too much about the cold or the rain.

3. La Coruña

We continue in the north to tell you about another of the most beautiful places in Spain, La Coruña. The Galician city smells of the sea. On one side, the spectacular Tower of Hercules resists the bravery of the Atlantic and, on the other, you will see how the houses look out over the La Coruña estuary. In addition to contemplating the oldest working lighthouse in the world, in La Coruña you will have the possibility to enjoy beaches, historic streets, museums, castles, and, of course, the renowned Galician gastronomy.

A good point to start the tour of the historic center of La Coruña is the Plaza de María Pita. Here the protagonist is the Municipal Palace, a spectacular modernist building, but after contemplating it, join the tapas atmosphere of the many bars and restaurants in the square. The walk should continue through the galleries of A Mariña, the group of houses in front of the fishing port of the city. The castle of San Antón is another of the places with more history in La Coruña and we encourage you to visit it on your trip.

In addition, another reason why we recommend La Coruña within this list of cities to visit in Spain this summer is that it offers you the opportunity to take a dip in beautiful beaches such as Las Lapas or Orzán.

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4. Tarragona

One of the places to visit in Spain that we like the most is the city of Tarragona. In it, you will find an interesting mix of historical heritage, nature, and beaches. June, July, and August are great months to discover places like the Cathedral, the Roman amphitheater, or the Praetorium. Of course, also to wander the streets of El Serrallo, the typical fishing district, and to sit down and have a drink in the bars and restaurants in beautiful squares such as Plaza de la Font or Plaza del Rei.

After so much walking, surely you feel like a bath. Very close to Tarragona you have to choose between the beautiful beaches of the 'Costa Daurada'. For example, Playa de Tamarit or Playa de Sant Jordi are two good examples of beach paradises in the area. For those who want another type of tourism, the Delta del Ebro and Els Ports parks also offer opportunities to enjoy the flora and fauna of the area and practice adventure sports.

5. Cadiz

We continue south to recommend one of the most beautiful places in Spain: Cádiz. Both the capital and many of the corners that make up this Andalusian province are interesting for several reasons. Despite being well known for its endless Atlantic beaches, the city of Cádiz is one of the most charming in our country. "La Tacita de Plata" has been home to peoples such as the Phoenicians, the Carthaginians, and the Romans, so we invite you to learn about their history by visiting places such as the Castle of San Sebastián, the Roman theater, or the Gadir archaeological site.

Also, don't forget to admire the views of one of the best cities to visit in Spain from the Torre Tavira or to contemplate the incredible sunsets from La Caleta or the Malecón. And, of course, enjoy the gastronomy of Cadiz! From the churros of La Guapa in the morning to the ortiguillas with sherry wine in the bars of Pópulo or La Viña, everything tastes of scandal!

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Author's Bio: 

Gena Sanford is a Travel Sales consultant. She helps to get air tickets for her customers