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SPAIN

Known for its food, markets, architecture, flamenco, football, jaw-dropping and beautiful Mediterranean beaches. 

Spain Attractions

Barcelona

Barcelona

Harmonious blending of history and the modern World. If there were only three words to describe Barcelona city centre they would be Culture, Style and Harmony. Barcelona is a Mediterranean city with excellent beaches and good weather. Art, gastronomy, and sports excel exceptionally. Gaudi's architecture, 30 Michelin stars restaurants (2023), and the Barcelona Football Club (soccer) have made our city a world-famous travel destination.

Madrid

Madrid

Madrid is a fascinating city with a storied history that spans nearly a millennium. With architectural wonders, world-class gastronomy, famed art museums and even an Egyptian temple within the city limits, the Spanish capital offers sights and attractions to satisfy all visitors.

Seville

Seville

The city of Seville is famous worldwide for its culture, monuments, traditions and artistic heritage. This is the birthplace of Flamenco and the city where the most amazing Easter processions take place.

Mallorca

Mallorca

Mallorca is known for its beautiful coastline, secluded coves, limestone mountains, Spanish architecture, wineries and fresh produce farms, and stunning beaches. From quaint mountain villages to dynamic nightclubs, you'll have no trouble finding an adventure that matches your mood and liking.

Málaga

Málaga

Malaga is best known internationally for its nice weather, attractive beaches and many international golf courses. With more than 300 days of sun per year, the Costa del Sol is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Spain.

Ibiza

Ibiza

Ibiza is best known today for its nightclubs, the party scene world famous, but there's much more to the island. Ancient shrines, and the dramatic 16th-century ramparts that snake around the Dalt Vila, high above Ibiza Town. The bucolic countryside, dotted with olive and citrus groves.

Valencia

Valencia

Valencia is a wonderful city with old and new side by side. At the same time it has historic heritage that dates back to Roman times. You cannot miss the beautiful cathedral, the Carmen quarter and the many historic buildings that make Valencia uniquely attractive.

Cordoba

Cordoba

Cordoba is famous for its interesting mix of ancient Roman, Moorish, and Spanish culture. Once the capital of El Andalus, the city's most iconic feature is the Mezquita-Catedral, an elegant mosque converted into a Renaissance-style church. It's also the perfect destination for a day trip from Seville.

Segovia

Segovia

The city is famous for its historic buildings including three main landmarks: its midtown Roman aqueduct, its cathedral and the medieval castle, which served as one of the templates for Walt Disney's Cinderella Castle.

Granada

Granada

One of Spain's most frequently visited tourist centres, Granada contains many notable architectural and artistic monuments. The city is the see of an archbishop, and it is dotted with fine Renaissance, Baroque, and Neoclassical churches, convents, monasteries, hospitals, palaces, and mansions. Granada is famous because of its tapas. It is the only place in Spain, together with Almería, where drinks come always with free food.

Bilbao

Bilbao

Image result for describe bilbao Bilbao, in the northern Basque region of Spain, is home to golden beaches, delicious pintxos – the local version of tapas – and the Guggenheim museum. It's also a great base to hit the culinary world capital of San Sebastián, an hour down the coast.

Toledo

Toledo

Toledo is considered most representative of Spanish culture, and its historic centre was designated a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1986. Its rocky site is traversed by narrow, winding streets, with steep gradients and rough surfaces, centring on the Plaza del Zocodover.

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Best Time To travel

Spring Season - March to May

Spring is a wonderful time to visit Spain. The weather is generally mild and pleasant, making it ideal for exploring cities, historical sites, and outdoor activities. This is a great time to visit destinations like Barcelona, Madrid, Seville, and Andalusia. The countryside is lush and blooming, and outdoor festivals and events start to take place.

Summer Season - June to August

Summer is a popular time to visit Spain, especially for beach destinations along the Mediterranean and Atlantic coasts. The Balearic Islands (including Ibiza, Mallorca, and Menorca) and the Costa del Sol offer ideal conditions for swimming, sunbathing, and water sports. Keep in mind that some cities, especially in the south, can experience high temperatures. Festivals and nightlife are vibrant during this time.

Early Autumn - September to October

Early autumn is another favourable time to visit Spain. The weather remains pleasant, and the summer crowds begin to disperse. This is a good time for exploring historical sites, enjoying outdoor activities, and experiencing local culture. The vineyards and wine regions of La Rioja and Catalonia are particularly inviting.

Late Autumn to Winter - November to February

The late autumn and winter months are generally less crowded, and prices for accommodations and flights may be lower. While the weather varies across the country, the southern regions and coastal areas like Costa del Sol still offer milder temperatures. This is a good time for cultural exploration, holiday markets, and enjoying indoor attractions.

 

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Time Zone

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