Alicante Travel Guide - Spain

Alicante Travel Guide - Spain

First inhabited by the Iberian natives, then by the Romans, Visigoths, Moors and Christians, the architecture in Alicante represents its impressive historical trajectory. This, along with the city's beaches, monuments, monthly festivals and cultural events, and a sublime year-round climate, make it one of the most visited cities in Spain by both national and international tourists.

Today, with a popululation of roughly 300,000, Alicante enjoys the same mild climate all year round that has attracted folks for centuries. Located on the Mediterranean coast of Spain, guarded by the mountaintop castle of Santa Barbara and boasting some of the most beautiful beaches in Europe, the "City of the Sun" is a natural favorite amongst Spaniards and foreigners alike.

The public transportation system in Alicante makes it easy to travel around Spain, and its airport is well connected with many European cities. Students can take advantage of these opportunities for travel, as well as the young, university scene and convivial traditions such as the "Moors and Christians" celebrations and the festivities of San Juan. Alicante is a city with awesome beaches, a fun nightlife, friendly natives and lots to do year round. It's the perfect place to learn Spanish for all ages and interests.

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