A trip to Barcelona is never complete without a tour of Sagrada Familia and the famous Gaudi Sites. The expansive dimension of La Sagrada Familia is the most monumental creation of the renowned architect Gaudi. Take a tour of the Gaudi sites that include Casa Vicens, Casa Mila, Parc Guell, Palau Guell, Casa Batllo, Casa Calvet, and more.Explore the Sagrada Familia and Gaudi Sites
If you are an architecture-junkie or a history buff, then The Real Alcazar at Seville is a must-visit for you. Marvel at the Christian and Moorish (mudejar) influence of architecture and check out the parts of the Alazar where the renowned show Game Of Thrones has been filmed.Explore The Real Alcazar-Seville
A trip to Navarra does not mean strolling through towns, churches, and monasteries. It means hiking, cycling, and quad biking too. Check out the towering canyon in the middle of the desert Bardenas Reales. The desert spans across 40,000 hectares and is a biosphere reserve recognized by the UNESCO.Cycle through Navarra’s Grand Canyon
Examine the magnificent architecture and awe-inspiring collections of the museums of Madrid, the most notable of which Museo Del Prado, Museo Reina Sofia, Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza, and Museo Sorolla. Go picnicking and boat riding at the beautiful El Retiro Park and dig into a delicious squid roll while strolling around Plaza Mayor. Admire the Egyptian architecture of Templo De Debod and check out the vast art collection at The Royal Palace. Become one with Spanish culture at Puerta Del Sol and shop for souvenirs and more at Gran Via.
Sift through the crows, feast on waffles, and have fun at Las Ramblas in Barcelona and get astounded by the blend of Catalan, Art Noveau, Modernism, and Spanish Late Gothic architectural styles of Sagrada Familia, the most enthralling piece of architecture that you can ever lay eyes upon. Check out the brilliant architectural intricacy of Casa Batllo and the contemporary architectural fashion of Casa Mila. Take an hour’ walk from Barceloneta straight to Diagonal Mar to explore the massive beaches and drink in the sounds and sights of the bustling La Boqueria.
Take a little tour of Dalt Vila UNESCO Site at Ibiza on the Spain Tour and visit the Ibiza Cathedral that houses the magnificent silver and gold monstrance of 1399 and Gothic paintings of 14th and 15th centuries. Go jet skiing and paddling at Playa d’en Bossa and chill out at the beaches and throbbing nightclubs of San Antonio. Shop at the weekly Las Dalias Hippie Market and climb the Puig de Missa hill at Santa Eulalia and enjoy snorkeling excursion at the Island of Es Vedra.
Camino De Santiago
Take part in the San Fermin (running bulls) festival at Pamplona if you visit Camino De Santiago in July. If not, then Pamplona is a treasure trove of tourist attractions like Museo de Nevarra, the Ciudadela Fortress, and so on. Witness a long row of iron statues of pilgrims at Sierra Del Perdon and take a break in the quaint hamlet, Puente De La Reina. Marvel at the Gothic architectural beauty of Burgos Cathedral and visit Real Colegiata De San Isidoro at Leon.
A trip to Grenada is never complete without a tour of Alhambra, that encapsulates a palace, a castle, a summer retreat, and a town. Spend a few hours strolling around the royal chambers and beautiful courtyards of the Moorish and Renaissance palaces. Admire the beauty of the Generalife Gardens and explore the tangle of narrow alleys and towering townhouses in the Arab quarters of Albayzin. Don’t forget to soak in the brilliance of the glass-stained windows, paintings, and sculptures of Granada Cathedral.
La Tomatina Festival in Bunol
Set out on the Spain Tour in the first week of August to take part in the insane, wild, and famous La Tomatina Festival, that takes place on the last Wednesday of August every month. Slip into your white cotton tank top and shorts and hit the streets of Bunol for the biggest food fight festival of the world, which is marked by the throwing of juicy tomatoes at one another until the world turns red. There’s food, music, drinks, and dancing too.
Go on the Spain Tour between March and May when the Spring season prevails, and the weather is delightful and agreeable for day trips. One can visit Spain between September and November, too, during the Fall season.
What is internet access like in Spain?
There is free wi-fi service available in public places, hotels, and restaurants in Spain, but the speed is not too high, only 256 kb.
Can I use my mobile phone in Spain?
Buy a new or second-hand Spanish mobile phone in Spain or get hold of a local sim card to make phone calls.
How are the toilets like in Spain?
There are no public toilets in Spain. So if you need to use the loo, then check into a bar or restaurant, use the restroom, and buy a drink too out of courtesy.
Can I drink tap water in Spain?
According to international water quality standards, almost 99.5% of the tap water at public places in Spain is safe for drinking.
Are credit cards accepted widely in Spain?
Spain widely accepts credit and debit cards of significant companies, notably Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and Diners Club.
What is the convenience of ATM access like in Spain?
There is a massive network of ATM centers all over Spain. Most of the ATMs accept cards of Visa, Citibank, Cirrus, American Express, and other foreign cards.
What to wear in Spain?
Pack in your fancy sundresses, tank tops, shorts, jackets, crop tops, raincoats, walking boots, scarf, a few light, and fleecy cardigans and a formal suit for the Spain Tour.
Is Spain safe for women to travel solo?
Spain is quite safe at all for women to travel solo. Be aware of pickpockets at crowded places and do not venture into empty streets and alleys to stay safe.