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Like many other cities on the Mediterranean, Barcelona was founded by the Romans. The original settlement, called Barcino, was a small port located on the same spot as today’s cathedral. Barcelona’s history is seen everywhere in the city. The oldest areas are located by the sea, including the shopping enclave Barri Gotic. On the other side of the main boulevard, La Rambla, lies the legendary Raval district.
Spanish hockey competitiveness is in direct proportion to the hugely successful implementation of their youth strategy. The spanish are not only technically proficient, they are taught to understand the nuances of group tactics.
Valencia oozes history. A walk around the old quarter will transport you from the days of the city’s Roman foundation in the year 138 B.C., whose remains are preserved in the museum of the Almoina, to the times of El Cid and the Moors, witnessed by the medieval wall gates of Serranos and Quart, and beyond.
But the city also has a very modern side; the stunning City of Arts and Sciences, has become the city’s number one tourist attraction.
Above all, Valencia is a city that embraces the sea and offers an authentic Mediterranean atmosphere. One more thing is guaranteed in Valencia: wherever you go, you will find a warm welcome from locals who are immensely proud of their city and their traditions, and happy to share them with visitors.
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