THEY say home is where the heart is.
And this is true for Spaniards, who picked Spanish cities for six out of their ten dream weekend breaks.
The top ten ideal mini-break destinations included Madrid, Barcelona, Valencia, San Sebastian, Sevilla and Palma de Mallorca.
Iconic international cities of Paris, London, Rome and Venice featured in second, fourth, fifth and sixth place respectively.
But Madrid was the clear winner with the vote of 14,2% of the 6,000 Spaniards.
Unsurprisingly many women favoured Paris, with 16% voting for the city of Love.
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