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Atapuerca Atapuerca is the most important prehistoric site in Europe. It is located in Northern Spain, near the City of Burgos. It is home to, among other things, the Homo Antececessor, an 800,000-year-old specimen that is the oldest hominid discovered in Europe. The site was discovered by accident in the 1800s while building a railroad. Atapuerca is considered a UNESCO World Heritage site, and is one of the most important archeological sites in the world.
Nerja Caves The stunning Nerja Caves are a four-km-long and 35 km-wide, two-area series of caves located just north of Nerja, in the province of Málaga, near to the similarly named city of Málaga. These gigantic caves have a fascinating history that dates back ten of thousands of years. The biggest highlight of the limestone caves is undoubtedly the world’s longest and largest stalactite, whose 33 metres height and 42×22 feet base are located in
The Ronda Bullfighting Ring The Ronda Bullfighting is located in the beautiful city of Ronda, located near Málaga in southern Spain. The bullring is widely considered the oldest bullfighting ring in Spain and definitely one of the most beautiful and majestic in the world. It’s a historic building, declared a Site of Cultural Interest owned by the Real Maestranza de Caballería de Ronda. Construction on the ring began in 1780 and was concluded in 1785.
Picasso Museum Málaga The Picasso Museum of Málaga is one of two Museums dedicated to Pablo Picasso in Spain. The other is located in the Catalonian city of Barcelona, in the famous Born neighborhood. Pablo Picasso was born in the Andalusian city of Málaga on October 25th, 1881, just a few meters from where his museum now stands. The museum is home to over 280 original pieces by Picasso that cover the different artistic periods
El Caminito del Rey or the King’s Path is a famous pathway through the mountains of Málaga, Andalusia, connecting Chorro Falls and Gaitanejo Falls, reserved for only the most adventurous hikers. It has become today a top tourist attractions. For decades it was considered to be the most dangerous hike in the world. Between 1999 and 2000, 5 people died attempting the trek. The walkway is just 1 meter (3 ft) wide and rises over