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Exe Tartessos
Martín Alonso Pinzón, 13 Huelva 21003 Spain
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Huelva is a perfect combination between cultures in which you will enjoy not only hidden corners and squares but also unique flavours and rythms. The antique Tartessos will surprise you and your will fall for her with all her charm and, from the Eurostars Tartessos, we leave you a small guide about places you should visit in Huelva during your stay.

Get to know Huelva!
Queen Victoria district
This district was built rising the first years of the 20th century. It highlights due to its aesthetic clear appearance with the traditional English style which evidences the importance of the Río Tinto Company that once was so important in this land. Besides, the Queen Victoria district has a great historical background on the mining tradition of the city.

Huelva Cathedral
You can't miss the magnificent cathedral from Huelva, Cathedral of the La Merced, which proudly stands in the La Merced Square and is located close to the Bullring.

This beautiful cathedral of the 17th century shows a Renaissance façade and is the home of the image of Our Lady of the Ribbon of Martínez Montañés.

Costa de la Luz
The city of Huelva is really close to the coast, so you will have the chance of easily enjoying a great day of beach. This great location will allow you not only to discover the charms of the city of Huelva but also the beauty and relax of some of the greatest coastal townships of the Costa de la Luz like Punta Umbría or Mazagón -wich is adjoined to the National Park of Doñana.

Go for a walk in Huelva
You will have the chance of enjoying a nice walk through the centre of the city thanks to all the pedestrian streets and walks, as well as beautiful parks like the Moret Park or the Zafra Park. Besides, Huelva also has a wide range of colourful natural spaces like the Gardens of the Quay or the Park de las Palomas.

Square of the Nuns
Located in the historic centre of the city you will find the square that once was named like "New Square" or "Down Square".

With a long history at its back, nowadays this square is one of the most famous places of Huelva. In this square, the Square of the Nuns, a statue of Cristobal Colón pointing to the ocean highlights together with many other interest points and buildings like the Casa del Millón. The Martín Alonso Pinzón Avenue starts in this great square, which is great for going for a walk in this wide and beautiful avenue where you will, in fact, find the Exe Tartessos.