|Milk (1 liter)||$0.95|
|Combo meal at McDonalds||$7.46|
|Apartment (1 bedroom) in city centre||$610.17|
|1 Summer dress in a chain store||$27.12|
|Imported beer at restaurant||$4.07|
|Tennis court rent (1 hour on weekend)||$27.12|
Huelva is the capital of the Huelva province. This is a city for people of all ethnicity. Whether you love nature, architecture or sports, the city has everything to make you happy. Here, you can enjoy the old town with its ancient glory and watch a football match of Recreativo de Huelva, the oldest football club in the country. There are some great hotels in Huelva, offering world-class accommodation and cooking authentic Spanish delicacies to make you fall in love with Spain. If you are coming from any overseas country, search online for cheap flights to Huelva. As the province has its own airport, finding a flight should not be troublesome.
There are lots of places to see in Huelva and you should hire a cab to visit the different landmarks comfortably. Tourists generally start their sightseeing tour by going to the Catedral de la Merced. It’s a colonial style church and has been reconstructed twice so far. In 1970, it was declared as a National Monument. Niebla Castle is another famous tourist attraction of the city. The robust design of this fort receives visitors’ enthusiastic appreciation. The floor plan is rectangular and there are eight towers in the Niebla Castle.
After visiting the castle, have lunch and take some rest. In the afternoon, you can go to the Santa María de La Rábida Monastery. The monastery was developed following Gothic-Mudejar style of architecture and inside the building, you can see the statue of Virgen de los Milagros. More than 500 years ago, Columbus had taken shelter in this monastery. In 1856, the Santa María de La Rábida Monastery had been honored with the tag of a Historic-Artistic Monument.
If you want to enjoy the bliss of nature, the ideal place to visit is Doñana National Park. In 1980, UNESCO declared it as a Biosphere Reserve. The park is a refuge for abundant migratory birds and Iberian lynx, a carnivorous animal that has become the insignia of the park. In fact, many people come to the city via cheap flights to Huelva to see it in person.
Finally, you can end your sightseeing tour by going to the Port of Huelva. It is divided into two sectors, inner and outer, and gives you a clear view of the sea.