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Flights to Spain with Qatar Airways

Saying ‘Spain’ immediately conjures up images of bull-fighters, Flamenco dancers and sun-soaked beaches. But these merely scratch the surface of a fascinating country with a long and rich history behind it. The remains of past civilisations are everywhere to be seen, especially in the south of the country, where the old Caliphate was based in cities like Seville and Granada. Travel to Spain with Qatar Airways and a country full of natural and cultural riches.

Spain features a compelling combination of the antique and the modern. Despite being a thoroughly modern country, its colourful history is evident in each of its corners and shine across its colourful regional festivals and wonderful historic monuments. It is also a great centre of the arts and home to many cutting-edge artists, designers and chefs. It’s a passionate, vibrant country that emits its vivacious character through its music, culture and cuisine.

The landscape is fascinatingly diverse and ranges from the deserts of Almeria to the rocky coast of the Costa Brava. The beaches of Mallorca are just part of the picture, and if you haven’t been to the astoundingly beautiful plains of Castile, the hills of Galicia or the high Pyrenees, then you’re surely missing out on some of the greatest scenes you’ll see in your life.

This varied landscape formed the backdrop of Spain’s always eventful and frequently turbulent history. The country achieved its pinnacle of world power in the 16th century and the castles and other monuments that dot the landscape are a legacy of those times, and are today magnets for visitors and tourists.

The Cordoba Caliphate gave rise in southern Spain to some of the most beautiful architecture in the world. Unique elements, arches and ornamental calligraphy are all characteristics of this beautiful embellishment, seen to perfection at the Alhambra in Granada. The Moorish domes and gardens here are quite breathtaking and give some real insight into the unique civilisation which lasted for nine centuries until its fall in the late 15th century CE.


 


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