Jerez de la Frontera is an Andalusian municipality situated in the south of the Iberian Peninsula, in the valley of the Guadalquivir River. Belonging to the province of Cádiz, Jerez is the largest of its cities both in terms of population and extension and is the fifth most populous city of Andalusia.
Situated in the south of Madrid, Fuenlabrada is the fourth-largest municipality of the Community of Madrid. In 50 years, the city transformed from an agricultural town of 2.908 inhabitants (1960) to a city with a population of 200.705 in 2014. Its main economic activity are within the industrial and the service sectors. It is based […]
Donostia-San Sebastián is the capital of Gipuzkoa province in the Basque Country and is situated at the north coast of the Iberian Peninsula. The city has more than 186.125 inhabitants (January 2014), to which another 400.000 of its metropolitan area can be added. In spite of being a relatively small city, Donostia/San Sebastián has forged […]
Castellón de la Plana, capital of the equally named province, lies in the north of the Community of Valencia, a few kilometres off the coast to which it has access via the port of Grao. The municipality disposes of an important agricultural sector (9.500 ha, oranges being the principal crop), but there is also a […]
Cartagena is the second-most important city in the region of Murcia, in the southwest of Spain. With a great archaeological value, Cartagena has encountered various cultures and civilizations during its tri-millennial history. The service sector (tourism), industry (chemical and naval) and agriculture are its main sources of employment today.
Getxo is a coastal municipality in the metropolitan area of Bilbao (Basque Country) with foremost residential character, an economy based on services and determined for the strategic development of tourism, welfare, health and a cultural and creative industry.
Barcelona, situated in the northeast of the Iberian Peninsula, is the second-largest city in Spain. The city is flanked by the Collserola desert to the west, the rivers Llobergat (to the south) and Bésos (to the north) and the Mediterranean Sea to the east. It looks back on a long and rich history, and exhibits […]
Bilbao, with around 350.000 inhabitants, is the capital of Biscay and the economic, social and cultural centre of the Basque Country. Due to the profound crisis in the 80s that affected its fundamental economic sectors (metallurgy, steel and naval), the city needed to reinvent itself and face great challenges: high rates of unemployment, environmental and […]
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