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About Spain

Passionate, sophisticated, yet very authentic? Yes, we're talking about Spain, a charming bigger sister of the Iberian duo. Every traveler must come here to experience the slow and relaxed pace of the Spanish lifestyle. Tapas, sangria, live music, and the sun are a considerable part of it. You will enjoy every bit of your Spanish vacation if you choose to come here in spring or fall as the temperature is just right then. However, good weather is not the main component of your trip - it's the right itinerary and the execution of planning your Spanish getaway. We can take care of every travel aspect from finding the best hotels to booking English-speaking guides. We're always here to help!

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Barcelona, Spain

Pablo Picasso and Gaudi, a mixture of what is Spanish and Catalan, of modernity and history: all harmonize and describe Barcelona, the city that has always strived to be modern.

Bilbao, Spain

Though it is not the capital of the region, Bilbao can be firmly stated as the heart of the Spanish Basque Country which beats in unison with modern trends in art and cuisine without neglecting the traditions of the past.

Cadiz, Spain

Located in the sun-kissed region of Andalucia, Cadiz is practically an island in the Atlantic Ocean, connected with the mainland by a 3-km (1,8 miles) bridge.

Cordoba, Spain

Cordoba, Spain is a city with a unique and multicultural heritage. The city was founded by the Romans due to its strategic location on the Guadalquivir River and over time it became an important port town.

Flamenco Show, Spain

Traditionally Seville is considered as the city of "Pure Flamenco", yet numerous dance collectives all around the country stage incredible Flamenco dance shows in practically every city of Spain.

Granada, Spain

Located in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada mountains in the Andalucia region in Southern Spain, Granada is a special gem which boasts numerous outstanding examples of medieval architecture.

Madrid, Spain

The capital city and largest Spanish municipality located on the Manzanares River in the heart of the country, Madrid is the outstanding political, economic and cultural center of Spain.

Montjuic Hill, Barcelona, Spain

Montjuic hill overlooks Barcelona from the southeast and opens the best views over the city. The hill is among the most attractive areas of Barcelona today.

Park Guell, Barcelona, Spain

Park Guell is an ensemble of outstanding stone structures, remarkable mosaic tiling, and beautiful buildings which is one of the most visited places in Barcelona.

Prado Museum, Madrid, Spain

The Prado Museum, considered one the greatest museums of art on the globe, is Spain's main national art museum and the proud owner of the best single collection of Spanish art on the planet. 

Puerta del Sol, Madrid

Puerta del Sol is a bustling square located in the very heart of the capital of Spain. Many historic sights and popular landmarks on the renowned square have made it to our days and are major Madrid tourist attractions.

Real Alcazar of Seville, Spain

The Real Alcazar is a fortified Moorish palace located in Seville built on the order of the first Caliph of Andalucia in 913 and is the oldest royal palace still in use in Europe.

Retiro Park, Madrid, Spain

The Buen Retiro Park meaning the "Park of the Pleasant Retreat" is one of the biggest parks in Madrid and is among its main attractions.

Ronda, Spain

Welcome to the unforgettable city of Ronda! Being one of the most visited places in Southern Spain, it is truly a wonder. It's one of the most photographed places in Spain and the views both of and from this one-of-a-kind structure are absolutely spectacular.

Sagrada Familia, Barcelona, Spain

The Sagrada Familia is one of Antoni Gaudi's most famous works in Barcelona and is an absolute must-see. The building is a giant Basilica that has been under construction since 1882.

Seville, Spain

Marvelous Seville is a historic treasure, homeland of tapas, and simply a joyous town. The biggest town in southern Spain is full of surprises.

Toledo, Spain

The picturesque city of Toledo nestled on a hill overlooking the scenic plains of Castilla-La Mancha is a must-visit place for any Spain travel enthusiast as it's home of the world-famous Cathedral of Toledo.

Valencia, Spain

Valencia is the third largest city in Spain after Madrid and Barcelona which combines the heritage of its farthest past, with the most innovative and avant-garde buildings.

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