Spain offers a great diversity in the terms of sightseeing; it has plenty of great buildings and natural marvels. The country offers a great geographical diversity and apart from it with the advent of the tourism industry, many man made tourist attractions are added to the bouquet of the tourism industry as well.
- Historical Monuments: Nasrid Palace, Carlos V Palace in Alhambra, Sagrada Familia Basilica church in Barcelona, Prado Museum in Madrid, MNCARS museum in Madrid and The Cathedral and Giralda building in Seville are among the most visited monuments in Spain.
- Natural Sightseeing Attractions: You can visit Costa Brava for its nice beaches. Feel the calm and heat of a volcano in Teida. Teide National Park and Timanfaya national park can add the health-giving proximity of natural geysers and other breathtaking fountains in your Spain Trip.
With a passage of time, the tourism infrastructure of Spain has developed many attractions for all the age groups. There are two methods to avail these packages. Either you can avail a big package of the entire country covering two to three cities or you can plan excursions on various tourist spots while covering the main itinerary.
- Daily Excursions: The ice bar experience in Barcelona, Accu bar in Corralejo and a trip to PortAventura can be termed as an ideal add-on to your regular travel diary with an intention to add some family fun in the proceedings.
- Customizable Tours: With a focus on Madrid and Barcelona, you can purchase, group tours or family tours lasting for at least four to five nights. If you are planning a longer stay then you can club together with other destinations in the same tour like Valencia and Granada as well.
Spain has a rich food culture where gourmet cuisines along with special local wines greet you. These tours can be divided into two basic categories first types of tours consumes only a part of your day or evenings for food destinations. The second types of the tours are designed where you purchase a complete package and food destinations become a part of the main tour.
- Standalone food Tours: San Sebastian Evening tour, Madrid night walking tour, Barcelona food and wine tasting tour are some standalone tours. Here you can visit some royal food destinations and enjoy a buffet and wine. In general, these tours last for three hours.
- Specific Food Tours: Join a Spanish food class in Madrid and Palma De Mallorca bicycle tour is a classic example of food tours where the focus is specifically on the food and you spends a quality time in food destinations.
Shopping and fashion can become your favorite pastimes when you are staying in Spain. If you are a shopaholic and every new market acts like a new planet then try some shopping tours in Spain and feel like an astronaut flying for shopping.
- La Roca Village shopping day: An excursion tour from Barcelona can take you to this destination. Enjoy the flea markets and roam in this market for unbelievable deals.
- Gibraltar shopping tour: Drive to the coastal road of Gibraltar and look for some amazing souvenirs. The main market is located in the city center, devote at least a day here and bargain hard.
· Las Rozas Village shopping day: Las Rozas is connected to Madrid, if you are seeking for fashion accessories and other fashion shopping tops your shopping list then it can just be the right destination for you. Expect big discounts when you are visiting this destination.
Geographical diversity of the Spain makes it an ideal destination for the cycling tours. Roads are quiet and paths for cycles are available in plenty. Fix your days for the cycling and explore this fast-changing world on two wheels and pumping hearts.
- The coastal Camino of Spain on two wheels: Explore the coastline of Spain on a bicycle. The mist of beach and mystique of the stories of the Roman era will accompany on this tour. Capture some amazing selfies with Vistas as an exotic backdrop of your travel albums.
- Tour to white village of Andalusia: Follow the steps of Kings and Queens on two wheels and enjoy the proximity of the vistas of two national parks and villages where medieval structures are presenting some exotic backdrops for your sweet memories.
The definition of trekking in Spain is far beyond place A to place B walk, here you can cover destinations while walking on the roads and enjoy the diversity of this country. Enjoy the dose of nature and sightseeing. Most of the Trekking packages are available in the denomination of 6 days to 8 days.
- Trails of Andalucia: Enjoy this six-day trek and cover the distance between Seville to Granada. Enjoy various food destinations and other locales.
- · Tenerife on foot: It is a rocking trek that connects you to the rough terrains of Canary island and Puerto De La Cruz.
They say walls have ears, in Spain; you will realize that walls have voices as well. On the merit of cultural experiences, Spain is a rich destination. You can explore your spiritual side inside a lavish church or you can feel the greatness and richness of Roman empire in some structures that are made in the first century.
- Sagrada Familia: Dated back to 19th century, this church connects us to the prime days of Roman Catholic churches in Spain. Right now, it is confined to stay as a place of the worship, however, the mammoth structure always gives you the impression that during a period of history it was also serving as the corridor of law for the society.
- Segovia Roman Aqueduct: Feel the pulse of a Roman city and try to fill in the blanks with the help of your imagination and your history related to the Roman empire, this Aqueduct can add new wings of imagination in your worldview.
Far away from boring disco lights and tipsy limousine rides, Spain offers a variety of night activities. You can go for food trips; you can attend cultural nights and enjoy the mega shows. You can also try a stint with history and astronomy as well.
- The Dark History Night Walking Tour in Barcelona: Explore the medieval part of Barcelona in this two-hour long night show where light and sound becomes a co-traveler and takes you to the tour of history hidden in the walls of medieval structures.
- Mount Teide tour by Night: Explore the night sky from the highest peak of Spain and witness the city lights from this advantage point of nature. A night spent at Teida will become a sweet memory for you because of the delicious foods that you are going to enjoy.
Check out the names of the local places in Spain and you will find that this country follows a distinctive map of religious key points. The most popular among them is Catholic tour of Spain that connects a traveler with many Cathedrals and every cathedral is a technical marvel in itself.
- The road to Santiago De Compostela: It is a 13-day long tour that covers ten churches and ends up in Madrid. It is a spiritual journey that you will cherish throughout your life,
- Marian Shrines of Spain: Centered on Madrid, Barcelona and San Sebastian, this tour covers three shrines in each city and gives you ample time to explore other attractions of the town.
Spain is the country of raging bulls and this high adrenaline rush can be felt in the pubs of Barcelona and Madrid. Just pick the right club pass and make merriment in Spain with true spirits of Spain.
- Grab a Barcelona Night pass: A single pass for seven nights with a variety of pubs, wine, and dinner restaurants. This nightlife pass can secure your entry in many happening places from dust to the wee hours of the night.
- Clubbers tour in Madrid: The validity of this tour lasts for six hours, during this time this tour gives you an opportunity to mingle with local people and students. Have a gala time with them and feel the essence of Spanish fun culture.
Two types of wine tasting tours are available; you can plan a visit to a winery and spend a night amidst the aroma of nature. You can also plan a three-hour long session in some exotic dress circle restaurant and have a gala time.
- Winery tours around Barcelona: Hire a local company for a daylong trip and they will take you to three different wineries. It will also act as a great road trip for you.
- Calatan Tapas Tour: Visit Montserrat Mountain near Barcelona and visit a local winery in the area. You can fix the duration of the tour as per your choice.
The easygoing pace of life and variety of the landscapes makes Spain an ideal honeymoon destination. Nice and friendly people of Spain can add a new warmth and social touch in your honeymoon outings.
- Feel the pulse of Honeymoon captivation in Marbella: Pick up a nice resort to stay, search for the VIP corners in the local beach, win lotteries in the casino and spend lavishly in the local markets.
- Feel like the architect of your future life in Barcelona: The streets of Barcelona connect you to the futuristic architecture of the world while you are connected to the old world romanticism. Parks and nightlife of Barcelona can add a new fuel in your lovemaking and make it just out of the world.
La Tomatina festival takes place during the month of August, if you are planning a visit to the Bunol town where it takes place then ideally you should act like an early bird and book the flights and local cabs from the nearby town of Valencia well in advance. It will save money for you and sometimes overbooking of the destination can kill all the fun for you.
You rarely hear the sob stories of women traveling Solo in Spain because it is a relatively safe country. Still, some precautions are always required to handle the rarest of the rare situations that may arise.
- Dress sensibly, act open with strangers but do not act like a stupid person.
- Beware of pickpockets, as women you are safe from ogling and other severe crimes but money matters for them.
- Avoid lonely streets during the night. Having a free trip in big cities like Madrid or Barcelona is a good idea but streets can be dangerous sometimes.
- Convert your money into traveler's check.
- Always keep the address and phone numbers of local embassy ready with you.
When it comes to heritage sites, Spain holds the third rank in the world behind China and Italy. In total, more than 40 sites hold the status of being a heritage site.
- Alhambra in Granada: This site represents the glory of the Moorish empire and it can be considered as the best living example of Moorish architecture. The statistics show that more than 2.5 million people visit this place during a year.
- Teide National Park: This Park holds the third tallest volcanic structure of Spain. Standing at the height of 3,718 meters this national park is rich in climate and the buffer zone has many made attractions to keep you entertained.
Spain offers you a company of more than 560 birds, the same thing can be said about other flora and fauna. A geographically diverse landscape makes it an ideal natural hangout for the tourists.
- An ideal destination for Nature’s Photography: Animals on the verge of extinction, endemic flora and nice and conserved sea floors can be considered as the best photography options when you are in Spain.
- Bird watching in the wildlife sanctuaries: Make a note of the migratory habits of birds and then compare them with the migration of humans to write a nice book. Bird watching in Spain can become a life-enriching experience for many. Go for a guided tour and capture the best in minimum time.
Most of the markets in Spain remain open until 10 PM; very few markets where you can purchase some souvenirs remain open until 12 PM. Some markets have this culture where shopkeepers shut their shops to enjoy an afternoon siesta as well.
Most of the markets in Spain remain open until 10
Spain has a long coastline and plenty of beaches to offer, however, when we check these beaches on the merits of being tourism friendly then Rodas beach certainly top this list.
- It offers sparkling water and white pristine sand is certainly a treat to watch. You can also enjoy
- Beach camping facility is available
- Don’t forget to book your site for beach camping in advance
- Beach bars are available
- Markets and restaurants are also available in the vicinity of the beach
PM; very few markets where you can purchase some souvenirs remain open until 12 PM. Some markets have this culture where shopkeepers shut their shops to enjoy an afternoon siesta as well.