55 Places To Visit in Spain 2021, Tourist Places & Attractions
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Basilica de la Sagrada Familia, Explore the Gothic Quarters, Park Güell, Tibidabo Amusement Park, Buen Retiro Park, Royal Palace of Madrid, Explore Alcudia's Old Town, Palma Aquarium and many more.

Dotted with age-old charms and modern marvels, the places to visit in Spain offer tourists with a dream holiday vacation. You will come across various UNESCO world heritage sites as well as well manicured gardens that not only give you knowledge about the past heritage but give you a peaceful vibe in the lap of nature. Spain tourist places like Park Guell are widely held for its grand architecture and mosaic works, Ibiza which offers you a secluded environment to spend your private moments and Costa Brava which welcomes tourists to its art museums and theatres.

You can visit places in Spain like  The Canary Islands to indulge in the Thai aquatic paradise and Costa Del Sol Beach to enjoy golf at Golf Valley near the coastline. The famous places in Spain like the Magic Fountain is popular for its  water show that is choreographed as per the tunes of the music and Museo Nacional Del Prado which is known for its masterpieces for Velázquez, Rembrandt,  Bosch, Titian, Goya, El Greco, and Van Dyck. Make sure you cover all the significant places on your trip to Spain and take some priced memories with you.
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Places to Visit in Barcelona


Basilica de la Sagrada Familia

This UNESCO listed church, Basilica de la Sagrada Familia, is one of the most unconventional churches in the world and one of the best places to visit in Spain. Located in the northern part of the city, the church dominates the surrounding buildings because of its 18 spindly towers higher than all other monuments. Another thing that snacks the visitors is the lavish exterior and Nativity facade, which depicts the birth of Jesus.

Another thing that captures the visitor's eyes is the passion facades that represent the death, suffering, and resurrection of Jesus. The interior of the church is 90 meters long and 60 meters high and has details like colourful stained glass windows etc.

Location: Carrer de Mallorca, 401, 08013 Barcelona, Spain

Timing: 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM

Entry Fee: 20 €

Explore the Gothic Quarters

The Gothic Quarter is the spiritual and secular centre of the city, and you can find relics of the ancient roman built buildings. But the best era is represented by the monuments in the Quarter in the middle ages.

The medieval cathedral area, which is also the masterpiece of gothic architecture, represents the highest point in the town's centre. This is also where Catholic Monarchs received Christopher Columbus after his first voyage into the new world. And now the city administrations have had their seat here since the 14th and the 15th centuries.

Park Güell

Barcelona is filled with UNESCO world heritages, and Park Guell is one of them as it is one of the best places to visit in Spin. This colourful, cheerful and whimsy park was made between 1900 and 1914. It is a beautifully landscaped park that has a lot of architectural elements that depict the signature style of Gaudi.

Not only this, but you can also find winding staircases, viaducts, grottoes, semi-closed conversation seats, collonaded hall etc. The thing that will grasp your attention is that these structures are embellished with multicoloured ceramic fragments etc. once you reach the terrace, you can also get a panoramic view of the city and the sea.

Location: 08024 Barcelona, Spain

Timing: 9:30 AM - 3:30 PM

Entry Fee:
- General ticket:10 €
- Children from 0 to 6: 0 €
- Children from 7 to 12: 7 €
- Over 65 and "Targeta Rosa Reduïda" card: 7 €
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Tibidabo Amusement Park

An amusement park located in the Collserola ridge in Barcelona on Tibidabo is the Tibidabo amusement park. This is the oldest amusement park in the world that is still functioning.

The park was built in 1899 and was opened in the year of 1905, and Salvador Andreu was the one who created it. It is the longest-running amusement park and one of the third oldest parks in Europe.

Location: Plaça del Tibidabo, 3, 4, 08035 Barcelona, Spain

Entry Fee: 28.50 €

Casa Milà (La Pedrera)

Located just one block at the north side of Casa Batllo, Casa Milla is the last private residence designed by Gaudi. The name of the building means the Stone Quarry.

The interesting fact is that the looks of building its chimney-like structures, the rising skywards have been known to inspire stormtroopers' helmets of star wars. It is also one of the best places to visit in Spain.

Location: Passeig de Gràcia, 92, 08008 Barcelona, Spain

Timing: 9:00 AM - 8:00 PM

Museu Picasso (Picasso Museum)

One artist that is famous for his artistic and uncanny pieces of art is Pablo Picasso. So if you are one of those who love art and things related to art, then the Picasso museum is one of the best places in Spain to be.

The museum will give you a rare chance to understand Picasso's mind and relationship with Barcelona.

Location: Carrer de Montcada, 15-23, 08003 Barcelona, Spain

Timing: 10:00 AM- 7:00 Pm

Entry Fee:
- General admission (adult): €12.00
- General admission (18-25 and 65+): €7.50
- General admission (under 18 + university students): free.

La Rambla (Barcelona's Social Hub)

A large boulevard that runs in between Placa de Catalunya and the seafront is LaRambla, and it is one of the most iconic places to visit in Spain. Earlier it used to mark the edge of the centre of the town.

La Rambla is famous for its shops, boutique cage and the La Boqueria food market. You can come over to this place in the evening hours to enjoy the lively nightlife of Spain as well as relish some local cuisines to delight your taste buds.

Location: Central Barcelona, Spain

Barcelona Cathedral

Barcelona Cathedral is also known as the Cathedral of the Holy cross and Saint Eulalia. It serves as the Archbishop of Barcelona, Spain and Catalonia. It was constructed between thirteen and fifteen centuries, and the principal work of the Cathedral was done during the fourteenth century.

The fact that it serves as the seat of Barcelona's Archbishop speaks volumes about how beautiful the church is. 

Location: Pla de la Seu, s/n, 08002 Barcelona, Spain

Timing: 8:00 AM – 12:45 PM, 1:00 PM – 5:30 PM, 5:45 PM – 7:30 PM

Entry Fee:
Individual: 7€ per person
Groups: 5€ per person

Amusement Park in Montjuïc

Also known as Montjuic park, AMusement Park in Montjuic overlooks the hilltop of Barcelona and is the gateway to the world filled with history and attractions. You can also take a look at the historic Jewish cemetery and the Montjuic fortress of the seventeenth century.

Not only all this, but the amusement park also overlooks southwest Barcelona. You can get guided tours that focus on Montjuic Park, Palau Sant Jordi and the Montjuïc castle. You can also visit the 1992 Olympic facilities, the magic fountain and Placa Espanya. It is also one of the best places to visit in Spain

Location: Av. de l'Estadi 30 08038, 08038 Barcelona Spain

Magic Fountain

The magic fountain is at the beginning of the Avinguda Maria Cristina in the neighbourhood of Montjuic. The fountain was built in the year of 1929 and is a delight to the sore eyes. The light and the water show is choreographed as per the tunes of the music.

Carles Buigas designed the magic fountain just for the international exhibition that took place in the year of 1929. The light and the music show lasts for an hour. During your visit to this place, you must capture beautiful snaps of the fountain as well as enjoy the show of water and light. It is at all times suggested not to miss out on the fireworks display.

Location: Plaça de Carles Buïgas, 1, 08038 Barcelona, Spain

- 1 March to 31 March(Thursday, Friday and Saturday): 8 PM to 9 PM
- 1 April to 31 May (Thursday, Friday and Saturday): 9 PM to 10 PM
- 1 June to 30 September (Wednesday to Sunday): 9:30 PM to 10:30 PM
- 1 October to 31 October (Thursday, Friday and Saturday): 9 PM to 10 PM
- 1 November to 6 January (Thursday, Friday and Saturday): 8 PM to 9 PM

Places to Visit in Madrid


Buen Retiro Park

Searching for peace in Madrid, the Buen Retiro Park is the one of the best places in Spain to be. It is a lush and manicured park that is beautiful and relaxes you while dealing with the hustle and bustle of the city.

The park is spread over 140 hectares and has around 15,000 trees in it. The park was created in the 17th century by the Count-Duke of Olivares.

Location: Plaza de la Independencia, 7, 28001 Madrid, Spain

Timing: 6:00 AM - 9:00 PM

Royal Palace of Madrid

The royal palace of Madrid was designed to impress the world. It is the Spanish version of Versailles. But unlike the Versailles that has turned into a museum, the royal palace of Madrid serves as the official residence of the king of Monarc. Still, it is the official state for organising events.

Philip V was the one who commissioned the palace in the eighteen century. It is built using granite and Colmenar stone. The facade of this beautiful place in Spain has an iconic column and doric plasters have drawings on it, which were sculpted by Bernini, a famous sculptor of that time.

Location: Calle de Bailén, s/n, 28071 Madrid, Spain

October to March: 10:00 AM – 18:00 PM
April to September: 10:00 AM – 20:00 PM

Entry Fee:
January 1st to March 31st: €11
April 1st to September 1st: €13
September 2nd to December 31st: €12
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Plaza Mayor

Built amidst the reign of Philip III, this plaza was used as a centre for all commerce dealings and municipal life. It was made in the seventh century and was also used for ceremonial dealing like kings' canonisation, the new kings' proclamation, etc.

Don't forget the bullfights; being one of the famous places in Spain, it has served as an area for knight tournaments and dramatic performances. The plaza was burnt in 1780, and the present look was developed after the fire. It has nine entrance arches that link Calle Postas, Calle De Toledo, and various others.

Location: Plaza Mayor, 28012 Madrid, Spain

9:30 am TO 9:30 pm : Monday to Sunday
Closed: 24 Dec, 25 Dec, 31 Dec, 1 Jan

Museo Nacional Del Prado

Museo Nacional Del Prado is built on land that was initially dedicated to the National Museum of history. Museo Nacional is known for housing great masterpieces for Velázquez, Rembrandt,  Bosch, Titian, Goya, El Greco, and Van Dyck. You are bound to get dazzled by the beauties stored in this museum.

Location: Calle de Ruiz de Alarcón, 23, 28014 Madrid, Spain

Timing: 10:00 AM - 8:00 PM

Entry Fee: 15 €

Puerta del Sol

It is a public square located in Madrid and is one of the busiest and famous parts of the city. The square has the famous bell that marks the beginning of the new year and the tradition of eating 12 grapes when its bells ring.

Puerto del Sol was originally made as one of the gates of the city walls that surrounded the city in the 15th century. The front of the Royal House of the Post Office has two commemorative plaques. It is considered to be the centre of all economic developments as well as the focal point of transportation in Madrid.
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Parque Warner Madrid

One of the most famous theme parks of Madrid, Parque Warner Madrid or Warner Park was opened to the public in June 2002. The park is divided into five different parks and contains the glamour of Hollywood Boulevard, Cartoon village, live shows by Warner Bros and DC Superheroes World.

There is also a water park that opens during summers. This park has many restaurants, cafes, shops, other awesome attractions for children and adults alike. The park also has a natural sand beach for children to enjoy playing with famous cartoon characters.

Location: A-4, salida 22, 28330 San Martín de la Vega, Madrid, Spain

Madrid Río

The Madrid Rio park is located near the River Manzanares and it is a vast cultural and leisure area for vacationers. It was the former industrial riverside of the city which was restored in the year 2011. The former slaughterhouse of the city has been transformed into a huge cultural hub that has an exhibition space, an outdoor market, and a restaurant.

It is the only cinema theatre in Madrid that shows documentaries. Madrid Rio is one of the contemporary linear green spaces that hosts a number for cultural events and sports all through the year.

Location: Paseo de la Ermita del Santo, 14, 16, 28011 Madrid, Spain

Parque de Atracciones de Madrid

Parque de Atracciones de Madrid is the first amusement park that was established in Madrid in the year 1969. It is a 20-hectare amusement park and is the third oldest still operating amusement park in Spain.

It is one of the largest parks in Spain and it always has the latest rides for its visitors. The park is renovated after every few years to keep it in shape. The best thrill rides in the park that you can enjoy are Tifón, Abismo, Tornado, and Tarántula.

Location: Casa de Campo, s/n, 28011 Madrid, Spain

Timing: 12:00 AM – 8:00 PM

Entry Fee: €19.90
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Market of San Miguel

Mercado de San Miguel or the Market of San Miguel is a food market that was opened in 1916. The market has its original iron structure from the 20th century still intact. The San Miguel de Los Ocotes Church used to stand where the market is currently located. The church was attached to the city wall and after its demolition in 1809, these famous places in Spain were transformed into a public square.

In the market, you can find numerous stands selling vegetables, fruits and local ‘tapas’. During your visit, you can head out to this place in the evening hours to relish some local snacks to delight your taste buds. This place also hosts a number of events all over the year.

Location: Plaza de San Miguel, s/n, 28005 Madrid, Spain

Casa de Campo

Casa de Campo means the Country House and it is a Ponderosa style resort that was opened almost 50 years ago in 1975. The resort has various luxury and private villas in a gated community. It also has a marina and shipyard designed by an Italian architect.

It is known as the best Golf resort and one of its golf courses is the number 1 Caribbean golf course. The resort has a white sand beach and several excellent restaurants for you to enjoy and spend your time.

Location: Carretera La Romana - Higuey Hwy, La Romana 22000, Dominican Republic

Places to Visit in Majorca


Explore Alcudia's Old Town

The Old Town of Alcudia is the best part of the Port de Alcudia resort. This Old Town has well-preserved houses from the 13th century and the entire town is surrounded by a medieval wall. You can explore the narrow streets of the town on foot and enjoy food in cosy alfresco restaurants.

The old quarter is always crowded with tourists and the famous attractions of the town are a minor Gothic masterpiece and a Church of Saint Jaume. The town also has a twice-weekly market with a number of small bistros serving numerous local dishes.

Location: Old Town, 07400 Alcúdia, Illes Balears, Spain
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Underground Cave at Cuevas del Drach

Cuevas del Drach or the Caves of Drach is an underground cave made of sandstone, semiprecious agates, stalactites and stalagmites. The cave contains one of the largest lakes of Europe named the Lake Martel.

You can enjoy classical music concerts and boat trips on the lake. The cave is 1200 meters long and you can explore the entire cave and the lake in about an hour. You can also have fun along the beach nearby and have fun picnics.

Location: Ctra. de les Coves, s/n, 07680 Porto Cristo, Illes Balears, Spain

Timing: 1:00 AM–3:00 PM

Palma de Mallorca

Balearic Island is the largest city of Mallorca, and its capital is Palma. It is one of the most famous holiday destinations in Europe and has many modern hotels and good shops, but the old architecture is still the attraction point for every visitor.

Here you can visit the Castell de Belver, Pueblo Español, and Paseo Maritimo. If you are a history buff, you can also explore the Bull Ring, Catedral de Mallorca, Museo Catedralicio, etc. This city also has numerous beaches and restaurants where you can enjoy your time or you can watch the marine life at Marineland zoo.

Palma Aquarium

Palma Aquarium is the largest aquarium in Majorca city and has 55 tanks containing 700 different marine flora and fauna. This zoo has recreated the ecosystem of the Atlantic ocean, the Pacific ocean, the Indian ocean, and the Mediterranean sea. It has the largest shark tank in Europe with a depth of 28 feet.

You can see the largest collection of live coral, black-tip reef shark, and jellyfish exhibits. It also has a Mediterranean garden, an interactive touch pool, a playing space for children, and a tropical jungle.

Location: Carrer de Manuela de los Herreros, 21, 07610 Palma, Illes Balears, Spain

Timing: 9:30 AM- 6:30 PM

Entry Fee: 23.-€

Marineland Mallorca

It is a wildlife park for marine animals and offers you a fun trip to the water park with some exotic animals. This park hosts a sea lion show and the only dolphin show in Mallorca. You can also find flamingos, tropical houses, turtle stations, and penguins in Marineland, a unique combination of zoo and water park.

You can sunbathe and relax at the in-house beach, while the children can play in the playground area. It is the best holiday spot for both children and adults.

Location: Carrer Garcilaso de la Vega, 9, 07181 Costa d'en Blanes, Illes Balears, Spain

Timing: 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Entry Fee: 65 euros

Katmandu Park

Katmandu Park is the first theme-based resort in Majorca. It has a Giant Yeti near it, besides the adjoining Sol Hotel. This park provides an interactive and mythical funhouse, expedition golf, 4D rides, and haunted asylum. It is best to visit the most sought after famous places in Spain during the day, as it may get a bit rough during the night.

After a day of fun, you can satiate your appetite at some good restaurants around the park. It is a family-friendly holiday spot which you can visit with your loved ones to indulge in some amusement activities. As it is located just about 250 meters from the sea, you will be able to enjoy the freedom to capture neverending serenity.

Location: Avenida Pedro Vaquer Ramis, 9, 07181 Magaluf, Balearic Islands, Spain

Plaza Mayor de Palma de Mallorca

Plaza Mayor is a large square that was built at the epicentre of Palma on the San Felipe Neri Convent and it has 14th-century architecture. It is a social and commercial hub of Palma and has numerous hotels, restaurants, and bars.

There are many street performers displaying their talents like jugglings, music, etc. You can stroll along the streets, buy traditional clothes & jewellery,  explore art galleries, and take some handmade goods from the morning market. The city also holds various events regularly that you can enjoy.

Location: Palma, Illes Balears, Spain

Places to Visit in Ibiza


Cala Llenya Beach

The Ses Salines Natural Park is located on the southernmost tip of Ibiza island. It is named after the salt lakes of Ibiza and was declared a Natural Park in the year 2001. This area has been used for salt production for hundreds of years, resulting in a unique landscape with crystal clear water and a pale sandy beach with pine woods around it.

You can find various bars and restaurants while passing along the pirate tower of the beach.

Playa d'en Bossa

The Old Town of Ibiza, also known as Dalt Vila, is one of the most popular parts of Ibiza. Dalt Vila was founded by Phoenicians about 2500 years ago and it is the area of fortified Dalt Vila citadel. The meaning of Dart Vila is the ‘Upper Town’ and it offers a magnificent view of the area and town below it.

It was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site to preserve the island’s history. The Moors and the museum displays will make you feel as if you have travelled back in time.

Location: 07800 Ibiza, Balearic Islands, Spain

Timing: Open 24 hours

Entry Fee: No entry fee

Santa Eulalia del Río

Santa Eulalia del Rio is a beautiful town and the third largest resort on Ibiza island. The whitewashed buildings, blue water, and green trees all across the island give it a  majestic look. It is one of the ideal Spain tourist places for a quiet vacation, and family holidays.

It has both a cosmopolitan and cultural feel with various historically famous places in Spain. You can enjoy excellent food and drinks at its bars and restaurants, or see an original bridge built by Romans, explore galleries and museums, go swimming, and explore the 16th-century church on the top of a hill.

Ses Salines Natural Park

The Ses Salines Natural Park is located on the southernmost tip of the Ibiza island. It is named after the salt lakes of Ibiza and was declared a Natural Park in the year 2001. This area has been used for salt production for hundreds of years, resulting in a unique landscape with crystal clear water and a pale sandy beach with pine woods around it.

You can find various bars and restaurants while passing along the pirate tower of the beach.

Ibiza Old Town

The Old Town of Ibiza, also known as Dalt Vila, is one of the most popular parts of Ibiza. Dalt Vila was founded by Phoenicians about 2500 years ago and it is the area of fortified Dalt Vila citadel. The meaning of Dart Vila is the ‘Upper Town’ and it offers a magnificent view of the area and town below it.

It was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site to preserve the island’s history. The Moors and the museum displays will make you feel as if you have travelled back in time.

Places to Visit in Valencia


City of Arts and Sciences

The City of Arts and Science is a group of six structures, expanded in an area of about 2 kilometres. It was developed by a Valencian architect named Santiago Calatrava, on the old, dried-up bed of River Turia.

It was founded with the idea of restoring the neglected areas of Valencia. It is also known as the ‘City Within a City’, as it offers a linear park stretching through the city. This city preserves the Mediterranean Sea traditions while connecting it with the future through architecture.

Location: Av. del Professor López Piñero, 7, 46013 València, Valencia, Spain

Timing: 10:00 AM - 7:00 PM

Entry Fee:
Hemisfèric €8,
Oceanogràfic €27.90
Science Museum €8

Mercado Central

The Mercado Central or the Central Market is one of the oldest active markets in Europe which was inaugurated in 1928. It was designed by Francisco Guardia and Alejandro Soler in 1914, and it expands over an area of 8000 square meters.

Mercado Central was fully renovated in the year 2010, and the Spanish Ministry of Culture declared it a site of ‘Heritage of Cultural Interest’. The market has more than 1000 selling posts and you can find almost everything. Being one of the best Spain tourist places, it takes you closer to the heart of the local culture.

Location: Plaça de la Ciutat de Bruges, s/n, 46001 València, Valencia, Spain

Timing: 7:30 AM - 3:00 PM

Entry Fee:

L'Oceanogràfic oceanarium

L’Oceanografic Oceanarium is an aquarium with an area of 11,000 square meters and a volume of 42 million litres. It is a tribute to the planet’s seas and oceans with a magnificent collection of marine life. It has more than 45000 fishes and other marine animals.

The aquarium is divided into different themes, each theme having a specific animal species. You can see different species of fishes, sea lions, dolphins,  beluga whales, and even penguins in one of the most sought after Places to visit in Spain. The two huge tunnels inside the aquarium work as the walking track inside it.

Location: Carrer de Eduardo Primo Yúfera, 1B, 46013 València, Valencia, Spain

Timing: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Entry Fee:
Adults (17-65 years): 29.70€
Children (4-12 years): 22.30€
Youth (13-17 years): 25.25€

Valencia Bioparc

The Valencia Bioparc is a 25-acre immersion zoo located in the northwest of the city. An immersion zoo hides or removes the barriers between the different species of animal, including humans. The park aims at recreating the African continent and it allows humans to see the animals up close.

It has 150 different species of African animals like zebras,  giraffes, Nile crocodiles, and elephants. It is divided into 4 main parts, separating different animals based on their species and natural habitats.

Location: Av. Pío Baroja, 3, 46015 València, Valencia, Spain

Timing: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Entry Fee:
General admission: €23.80
Tickets for children (aged 4 to 12): €18
Visitors aged 65 and over: €17.50

Valencia Cathedral

Valencia cathedral or the Metropolitan cathedral was consecrated in the 13th century and it is claimed that the ‘Holy Grail’ is kept inside this cathedral. The cathedral is built on an ancient Roman temple which was later converted into a Mosque and has a Gothic style architecture.

It displays both history and art, preserving various elements of different eras ranging from Romanesque to Baroque. The cathedral has impressively stained glass windows, lofty vaulted ceilings, and a high altar with statues, gilt moulding, and large religious paintings.

Location: Plaça de la Almoina, s/n, 46003 València, Valencia, Spain

Monday to Saturday: from 10 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.
Sundays and holidays: from 2 to 6:30 p.m.
The last visit is always 45 minutes before closing.

Entry Fee:
Individuals: €8
Groups: €4
Pensioners, disabled people and children up to 12 years old.: €5.50

Malvarrosa Beach

It is the most famous beach in Valencia with golden sand, and it got its name after being transformed from a swampy area to a flower plantation in the year 1848. Felix Robillard, a French Botanist planted various species of flowers, including the famous Malva-Rosa.

He cultivated the flowers on an industrial level for his plant essence factory. It can be easily accessed from anywhere in the city and offers a variety of services to the beachgoers such as sun shading, refreshment kiosks, surfing, canoeing, etc.

Location: Carrer d'Isabel de Villena, 16

Timing: Open 24 hours

Entry Fee: No entry fee

Other Places to Visit in Spain



Seville is the capital of Andalusia, which is an important region in Spain. Mainly famous for the flamenco dance form, this place is now one of the major exotic tourist destinations, mainly famous among young travelers who are seeking something more than usual sight-seeing while on trips. This destination is a home to some of the major world famous landmarks, monuments and historic sites as well as churches and tombs. The Gothic Seville Cathedral here is a site of Christopher Columbus’s tomb, which is one of the most famous attractions over here.

Seville is an amazing place to visit, especially if you are looking for a new and off beat destination, which offers a lot more than just usual sight-seeing tours. This place is perfect for visiting with your friends, parents and family with small kids as well. Seville is a destination where you can relax yourself like nowhere else. It is a place which offers you sheer authenticity of history and culture, along with a big dash of fun and excitement to the overall experience over here. A trip to Seville is all you need to make your travel experience more enriching and memorable for an entire lifetime.

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Plaza de Toros de la Maestranza

It is the most important and largest bull-fighting arena in Spain. It is an oval arena built in the 18th century and is located in the El Arenal harbour district of Spain. It is almost religiously significant for the fans and has the ability to accommodate approximately 14,000 people.

You can visit Plaza de Toros and learn about the deep-rooted traditions of bull-fighting, without even watching a fight. It also has a museum of bull-fighting, which has a hall of bull-fighting paintings, and other things related to it.

Location: Paseo de Cristóbal Colón, 12, 41001 Sevilla, Spain

Entry Fee: RUB 2,253.00

Jameos del Agua

Jameos means large openings in the lava tubes formed due to a collapsed roof during volcanic eruptions. Cesar Manrique transformed the debris on the north of the island into one of the unique and beautiful Spain tourist places.

It is a part of 6 to 7 kilometres long lava tubes and is designed around two large caves, one of which has a natural lake with crystal clear water. The other cave has been converted into a concert hall where you enjoy concerts and dinner.

Location: LZ 204, Parcela 109, Carretera Arrieta - Órzola S/N Lanzarote, 35542 Punta Mujeres, Las Palmas, Spain

Timing: 10:00 AM - 4:30 PM

Dolphin show at Palmitos Park

Palmitos Park is located on Gran Canaria, Canary Islands near the Pilancones Natural Park, stretched in a 49-acre area and has a botanical garden, zoo, and aviary inside it. Here you can enjoy watching and clicking pictures with a variety of animals, but the main attraction in the Dolphin show.

You can watch the Dolphins perform various tricks, get pictures clicked with them. Here you can learn all about Dolphins and even get an opportunity to be close to them and touch or stroke them.

Location: Barranco de los Palmitos, s/n, 35109 Maspalomas, Las Palmas, Spain

Timing: 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Entry Fee:
Adult: 30,00€
Child: 21,00€
Mini: 11,00€

Taulas of Menorca

It is located on a group of Spanish islands named Balearic islands, located in the Mediterranean Sea. It is one of the very few places to see in Spain where you have the opportunity to see the taulas, the T-shaped megalithic structure, standing from around 3000 years.

They are an important cultural symbol for the people of the island, and they are believed to have been built for religious and/or astronomical purposes. The tallest taulas is about 12 feet high and there was a sacrificial fire pit located in the front of the taula.

Location: Balearic island of Menorca

Costa Brava

Costa Brava or Rugged Coast is one of the most beautiful holiday coasts of Spain. This scenic area of Catalonia stretches from Barcelona to the Spanish-French border. It has various fishing villages and seaside towns with many unspoiled coves, seascapes, and coast-touching hiking paths.

You can enjoy local cuisine in the restaurants on the coast and sea diving around the protected Illes Medes during your trip to some of the Places to visit in Spain. The history of Costa Brava can be traced back to the 1st century. You can enjoy the landscapes, festivals and the culture here with your friends and family.

Location: Catalonia in northeastern Spain

Selwo Marina Dolphin Park

Selwo Marina park is located in Benalmadena Costa and it contains a large aquatic fauna like dolphins, penguins, sea lions, exotic birds, snakes, and baby crocodiles. Its dolphin encounter programme is the most famous and attractive activity here which provides you with a unique opportunity to know and learn about dolphins.

It has four different facilities namely the Antilles (Las Antillas), the Hollow (La Hondonada), Icy Island (Isla de Hielo), and The Amazon (Amazonia). The dolphin programme allows you to interact with the dolphins via a semi-submerged walkway.

Location: Parque de la Paloma, s/n, 29630 Benalmádena, Málaga, Spain

Entry Fee: 195€


The Canary Island stretches up to 150 kilometres and Fuerteventura is the second largest part of it. Fuerteventura is famous for its pristine coastline, emerald green water, and Mars-like backcountry. The white sandy beaches, green watery coasts, and beautiful volcanic landscapes are part of the reason why these Spain tourist places have been declared a Biosphere Reserve.

The cinnamon-tinged miradors, Spanish town resorts with fish-grilling taverns and bumpy bars make it a must-see location during your holiday. Some of the best things to enjoy here are surfing, hiking, scuba diving, and enjoy fresh fish on the beach.

Location: Island in the Atlantic Ocean

Timing: Open 24 hours

Entry Fee: Free Entry

Aqueduct of Segovia

Segovia Aqueduct or El Puente was built by Roman Emperor Trajan and is used to supply water from the Frio River to the city till now. El Puente translates into Bridge and is one of the best-preserved works of Roman Engineering.

It was declared a World Heritage site in the year 1985. It is made of 24000 dark-coloured granite blocks known as Guadarrama, without any mortar. This structure displays the strong architectural prowess of the Roman Empire and it also represents the expansion of the Roman Empire.

Location: Plaza del Azoguejo, 1, 40001 Segovia, Spain

Timing: Open 24 Hours

Entry Fee: 10.20 Euros

Terra Mitica

If you are looking for a fun-filled family holiday, head to the Terra Mitica theme and adventure park in Benidorm. Here you can discover the ancient Mediterranean civilisations with the help of shows and rides.

It is a holiday hotspot for people of all ages providing the ultimate adrenaline rush with its various activities. The park is divided into five zones namely Greece, Rome,  Greece, Iberia, and the Islands. Dive deep into the history displayed in each zone through rides like a roller coaster and rotating wheels.

Location: Partida del Moralet, s/n, 03502 Benidorm, Alicante, Spain

Timing: 10:30 AM - 10:30 PM

Entry Fee:
Adult (+ 12 years old): 39 €
Junior (from 4 to 12 years): 28 €
Senior (+ 65 years old): 28 €
Disabled: 20 €


Alhambra is an 8th century-old ancient palace, citadel, and fortress which is situated in Granada, Spain. It is named Alhambra because of the reddish walls and towers surrounding the citadel. It is famous for its complex decorative programs, sophisticated planning, and numerous beautiful gardens and fountains.

It was built by the last Muslim kingdom of Western Europe, the Nasrid Dynasty. It is the last surviving palatine city of the Islamic Golden Age and was declared UNESCO World Heritage Site in the year 1984.

Location: Calle Real de la Alhambra, s/n, 18009 Granada, Spain

Timing: 8:30 AM - 8:00 PM

Entry Fee:
General Alhambra Entrance: 14 euros
Gardens and Alcazaba: 7 euros

Mirador de San Nicolas

Mirador de San Nicolas is a square in the Albaicin offering the most beautiful view of Alhambra and the Sierra Nevada. Besides Alhambra, it is the second most visited and one of the most famous Spain tourist places in Granada.

It provides the most beautiful view of the sunset, making it a must-do in your list of places to visit in Spain. You can buy handicrafts and jewellery from the local people here. You can also get an opportunity to enjoy some good guitar playing and flamenco singing.

Location: Espaldas de San Nicolás, 9, 18010 Granada, España, 18010

Timing: Open 24 hours

Entry Fee: Free entry

The Gypsy Quarter of Sacromonte

The Sacromonte district of Granada has a large group of Roma or Spanish Gypsies, who situated themselves here in the 15th century. Sacromonte is famous for its cave houses built in the hills by the Gypsies.

Literally, Sacromonte means the holy mountain. The Gypsies or the Gitanos have a long history with the traditional Spanish music and dance called flamenco. The Gitanos mixed Arab belly dancing with flamenco, giving it a slightly different form. The bars of the cave homes, also known as tablaos, still host flamenco dances making the streets lively during night.

Location: Sacromonte district of Granada

Basilica of Candelaria

The Basilica of Candelaria is a large and popular church in Candelaria, Tenerife. It was designed by Enrique Marrero Regalado at the request of the bishop of Tenerife. It is the first Marian shrine located on the Canary Islands.

You can enjoy the distinctive architecture and take part in the regular services held here. It is a minor Roman Catholic basilica and the mural paintings on the altar are a centre of attraction for the basilica. You can also participate in the formal religious processions organised here.

Location: Plaza de la Patrona de Canarias, 1, 38530 Candelaria, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain

Timing: 7:30 AM - 7:30 PM

Parque Natural de Anaga

Parque Natural de Anaga or Anaga Natural Park is located on the north-east of the Tenerife island. It is a 14500 hectares park with an astounding natural and cultural value. This park is one of the major Places to visit in Spain and a famous leisure spot for locals as well as tourists.

You get to enjoy the panoramic views and beautiful farmhouses, where you can stop to rest and enjoy the local life. You can take a stroll on the beach along the stunning black sand coast and dive into the waters of the Atlantic ocean.

Location:  Northeastern part of the island of Tenerife in the Canary Islands

Timing: Open 24 Hours

Timanfaya National Park

The Timanfaya National Park located on Lanzarote island is made as a result of continuous volcanic eruptions from 1730-1736. The volcanic soil and rocks make the area look like a completely different planet.

The park has 25 volcanoes located inside it, with one volcano still active. You can take guided walks or audio-guided bus tours of the park during your curated trips to Places to visit in Spain. You can also enjoy a camel ride and explore the volcanic landscape of the park. There is also an El Diablo restaurant that serves food cooked by using the heat of an active volcano.

Location: Las Palmas, Spain

Timing: 9.00 AM to 3.00 PM

Entry Fee:
€12 per adult
€6 per child (aged 7-12).
20% discount for visitors arriving after 15:00.
Residents with proof of residency and ID. 
Canarian resident €9.60
Canarian child €4.80
Lanzarote resident €2.

Barrio Santa Cruz

Barrio de Santa Cruz is the most delightful part of the city and it is also the old Jewish quarter of Seville. The Alcazar Palace (The Royal Palace of Seville) and the Giralda tower of the Cathedral are located inside the old quarters.

You can stroll along the numerous narrow streets and alleys or enjoy the food in the various restaurants or the attraction squares. This picturesque area is filled with history, stories, palaces, and hidden passageways. The whitewashed houses and squares lined with orange trees make it one of the most memorable and peaceful places to see in Spain to spend your holidays.

Location: Seville, Spain

Timing: 10:30 AM - 7:30 PM

Entry Fee: 12 euros (6 - 12 years old for 6 euros)

Parque de las Ciencias

Parque de las Ciencias is a museum and science centre of Andalusia, Granada. It covers a massive area of 70 kilometres square and is divided into two main buildings. It has a permanent and temporary exhibition, a cultural gallery, a planetarium, and some educational facilities.

There are interactive exhibits allowing you to get inside a giant kaleidoscope, experience the force of air, handle electric circuits, and play with light and sound. You can also see and learn about more than 7000 stars in the planetarium during your excursion trip to some of the best Places to visit in Spain.

Location: Av. de la Ciencia, s/n, 18006 Granada, Spain

Timing: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Entry Fee:
Museum general entrance: 7,00 euros.
Reduced fare for: over 65, under 18 and groups (+15 people): 6.00 euros.
Museum + BioDomo combined entry: 11 euros.
Reduced fare: 9 euros.
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Our trip was beautifully planned by Thrillophilia. They actually know what we want on the trip and they put efforts in arranging a great itinerary for us and all the stops were exactly what we wanted and they actually went above and beyond to make sure things worked out for the best. The team was responsive and helpful throughout the trip and they solved all our questions... The hotels they provided to us was a good one and the staff were cordial and hospitable, it was really a great idea to do sightseeing in a hop-on-hop-off which we explored all the major sites of Lisbon, Seville, and Madrid in just a day. The Ho-Ho sightseeing tour in Barcelona was amazing. We even enjoyed the Flamenco Show so much... By the way, transfers were on time which we enjoyed all-day tours. Thanks to each and everyone who makes our trip successful.
Best of the Best Honeymoon trip we had in Spain!!! we get the best of this trip all because that the booking platform we booked this trip was very professional in dealing with the customer and as well the way they plan the trip was professional and they put all our expectations on the trips in the itinerary. As well they were always there for us at any time we need any kind of help... We really liked the sightseeing in Madrid on a hop-on-hop-off which we covered all the major attractions of the city... We visited historical places ... Again we had a nice sightseeing In Barcelona in a HOHO... We get stunning pictures in every place we visited... We do enjoy this trip so much... The itinerary was very fulfilling... The accommodation was very good with delicious breakfast, nice transport, friendly staff, amazing service they gave throughout the trip.....
100% the trip was exactly what we wanted and executed perfectly, Once we arrived at the airport we are connecting with the professional staff and the car was on time along with a well-dressed and well-behaved driver. The hotels they provided to us was excellent with great hospitalities, facilities and the room was very comfortable. Incredible history and culture of the place. Every place arrived was breathtaking we do enjoy a lot on the Hop-on-Hop-off tour the guide was very entertaining and knowledgable. We took many pictures to cherished our time we had there for a lifetime. Great Honeymoon Destination.
Highly Recommend to all newlywed couples for the amazing Honeymoon once in a lifetime... Recently I had experienced this trip with my partner, Really Spain is truly a beautiful place with lots of things to see, the trip was very well-planned and also very well-executed. We covered everything that was mentioned in our package, There wasn't any hustle-bustle while visiting any places... All arrangements from hotels, transport, pickups and drop, and sightseeing-spots all in all, exceeded our expectations... I would like to thank you for the whole team for making it a memorable experience for us... Keep it up, guys.
Unbelievable trip planned by Thrillophilia for us, Seeing the dream place by our own eyes and experienced every major place was such a great feeling... The activities we had there was truly an amazing one like sightseeing, boating, beaches activities, scuba diving, clubbing in a luxury ocean boat, and a lot more... We even enjoyed alot in our personal itineraries like shopping, market, and food tours... The hotel was at a perfect location and so comfortable too. The pickup and dropped were on time, we had a hassle-free trip throughout... Never forget the time we had in Barcelona and Madrid.
I booked this tour with my friends and it turned to be an amazing trip for us all. We were enjoying thoroughly visiting the old architectural monuments and having a delicious breakfast where we stayed everyday boosted our energy to explore more. It was a complete hassle free trip. Loved your work team.
We enjoyed all part of the trip, the sightseeing we had in Barcelona, exploring the village and the famous cuisine, festival, marine life, markets and we even met many nice people was so much fun really... great time at Ibiza with lots of thrilling adventure and purchased souvinirs, At Madrid, the historical sites, architecture and the whole city is so beautiful... So satisfied... No negative as the trip was well-organized and greatly-executed... All arrangements were exceeded our expectations... Thanks, Thrillophilia
Everything was well-planned and well-executed, I was happy with this Exciting Spain With Ibiza Holiday Package, I was nervous at first as this was our first international trip and also the first time with Thrillophilia, But we were glad that what has been told since the time we are planning the trip we get exactly as it was promised, the itinerary was rich which we enjoyed it. The place gave us a mixed-experienced which was new for us. In just 11-days we get to taste and covered the famous places...Overall all arrangements were splendid...Perfect trip thanks for not disappointing us.
Once in a lifetime experience...we were glad that we came to know about this portal from one of our common-friends even heard good things about them and we checked with the reviews it seems that most of the travelers liked the trip and their service...We contacted them the agent was helpful suggested to us with many interesting packages since the planning, booking, payment and until we experienced it the team was reachable at any time we had any questions...We picked with this Jubliant Spain & Italy Honeymoon Package the whole trip was the same as mentioned at the package...The main highlights of our trip were at Vatican City, Florence and Barcelona the place has lots of to see and experience...Arrangement and everything was well beyond expectations there are no words to describe how special the trip was for us...Thanks for making this memorable...I would recommend them over and over again
We did a great thing that we booked our honeymoon trip with Thrillophilia we were delighted with our Spain Trip. The organization was great... We were very satisfied with the hotels provided to us, The team fulfilled what we are requested for. The transfers were very good and comfortable. Hospitalities and services were amazing, the day to day activities was perfectly organized and arranged. There are too many highlights to cover, we really enjoyed the Barcelona HOHO tour, Valencia and Madrid sightseeing tours with lots of interesting and awesome attractions of the place. We were completely happy with this trip.

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  1. Which are the best romantic places to visit in Spain?

    1. Seville: Seville is one of the most romantic cities in Spain that is popular for its tiny windy alleys, horse carriage rides, and perfect blend of opulent Moorish architecture with the colorful Andalusian design elements. It is also one of the photogenic places to see in Spain where you can capture an album full of pictures.

    2. Granada: Granada happens to be an old world charm that lets you stroll along the quaint cobbled streets capturing some of the jagged peaks. It is one of the most sought after romantic Places to visit in Spain that you can visit with your better half. In the evening hours, you can dine out on the tapas, sipping some exotic local brewed drinks and watch some amazing flamenco performances.

    3. Salamanca: Home to some of the beautiful UNESCO World Heritage Sites, the city of Salamanca will surely cast its mystical charm through its honey hued architecture. You will get to witness Baroque, Gothic, Renaissance, Moorish and Romanesque architecture all over the city. It is one of the best places to see in Spain during the valentine season to marvel at the top romantic destinations.

    4. Segovia: Segovia, the home to Cinderella Castle, can be considered to be the one of the best  Spain tourist places to head out on a fairy tale getaway. The city is popular for romantic architecture, graceful old aqueducts, cobbled laneways, and cathedrals.
  2. How many days should I spend in Spain?

    You would need to spend at least 7 - 10 days in Spain if you wish to cover all the important tourist Places to visit in Spain located in Madrid, Barcelona, Seville, and Granda.

    During your stay, you can witness Antoni Gaudi’s Artwork at Barcelona, watch a live match at Camp Nou Stadium, savor some of the best local dishes at Seville, watch the most sought flamenco show at Madrid, go skydiving at Empuriabrava, and the list goes on.
  3. How to reach Spain from India?

    - By Flight: The best way to reach Spain from India would be by taking a direct flight to the cities such as Madrid and Barcelona. You will get direct flights to Spain from some of the major Indian cities like Bangalore, Mumbai, and Delhi. It would take about 9 hours and 40 minutes to cover the distance between India and Spain which is about 7937 Km.

    - By Sea:
    If you wish to reach Spain by sea, then you can start your journey from the Port of Mumbai to the port of Barcelona. The total distance that you will be covering is about 5217 nautical miles. 0

    - By Road: There is no operational road connectivity in between India and Spain.
  4. What is the best time to visit Spain?

    The best time to visit Spain would be in between the months of April and May, which is the late spring season and again from the month of September to the month of October, which is the early autumn season.

    Heading at this time of the year, one can get the best out of the Places to visit in Spain. You will be able to enjoy pleasant climatic conditions as well as find very few tourists.
  5. What is Spain famous for?

    Spain, a beautiful country in the Mediterranean is famous for its delectable cuisines, enthralling scenic beauty, great native people, and widespread surreal coastline. Some of Spain's best tourist places are usually visited by tourists who have a great love for wine and food.
  6. Is it better to go to Madrid or Barcelona?

    Both the places to see in Spain, Madrid and Barcelona are popular tourist destinations that you can visit. Barcelona happens to be a bit more touristy city than Madrid as it has got lively multi cuisine restaurants and busy streets.

    On the other hand, Madrid is one of the most popular Places to visit in Spain for its museums namely the Prado and Reina Sofia. If you are a history lover then you can visit Madrid and if you wish to enjoy a lively vibe then you can visit Barcelona.

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