With a population around 65 million people, Madrid is the largest city in Spain and the third in the European Union. Due to its economic output, high standard of living, and market size, Madrid is considered the strongest financial center of Southern Europe and is considered one of the world's major cities.
The second largest city in Spain and the third most visited city in Europe, with a 16 million people population and lots of tourists per year. Barcelona is known for its industrial design, great culture and for being one of the most important fashion centers in the world.
With over 800.000 inhabitants it ranks as the 3rd largest city in Spain. In the mid 90s, Valencia became an important industrial center and its fast development has expanded its cultural and touristic possibilities, transforming it into a modern city that combines tradition with innovation to attract visitors.
COSTA DEL SOL
Located in the Southern Spain, specifically in the region of Andalusia, it's formed by the coastal provinces of Malaga, Torremolinos, Benalmadena, Marbella, Estepona, among others.