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Spain 2020

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Slow down and really connect with Spain by travelling one of its famous routes. Perhaps the best known is Camino de Santiago (the Way of St. James), an ancient pilgrimage trail that winds through northern Spain and ends at Santiago de Compostela Cathedral in the historic Galicia region. If you're thinking of visiting the Canary Islands, don't miss Museo Atlántico on the Island of Lanzarote, Europe's fi rst underwater art museum. Nearby, Jameos del Agua is the transformation of the Corona Volcano into an art, culture and tourism centre, including a private event space featuring two interior waterfalls. Learn more about Salvador Dalí by exploring Púbol, Portlligat and Figueres, also known as the Dalí Triangle. Figueres, where the surrealist artist spent his life, is home to the Dalí Theatre-Museum. Football fanatics love the opportunity to watch their favourite sport in one of Spain's iconic stadiums such as Real Madrid's Santiago Bernabéu and FC Barcelona's Camp Nou. Dalí Theatre-Museum Costa del Sol The Cave of Altamira, located just outside the village of Santillana del Mar in northern Spain and regarded as the Sistine Chapel of cave art, features Paleolithic paintings dating from 35,000 to 11,000 BC. spain.info | 15

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