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Spain Tours & Trips

Sangria and tapas under the Iberian sun

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    Why Embark on a Spain Tour?

    Known for its rich mix of Moorish and European influences, Spain is a true cultural crossroads between Europe and Africa. Ranging from the snowy peaks of the Sierra Nevada to the white sandy sands on the Balearic Islands, Spain is one of Europe’s most diverse destinations. Whether you’re a history buff, beach lover, outdoorsy type, or city slicker,

    Spain has something for every kind of traveler. Speak to your own Tourlane Travel Expert about crafting your perfect tailor-made Spain tour that suits your tastes and preferences. Every Tourlane Trip is fully customizable - below are some sample itineraries. Less

    Attractions to See During Your Spain Tour


    As most direct flights between Spain and the USA are to and from Madrid, it’s logical to start your Spain trip in this majestic capital city. During the day, you’ll want to visit the city’s leading tourist attractions such as El Retiro Park, the Museo Nacional del Prado, and Picasso’s Guernica in the Museo Reina Sofia. These art museums are truly world-class - consider booking in advance to avoid the queues, and if you’re particularly interested in art, book a guided tour. Your Tourlane Travel Expert will gladly assist you with this. In the evening, we recommend finding a rooftop bar in Salamanca or a cozy courtyard in Lavapies. Speak to one of our experts for insider tips.


    With Mediterranean beaches, romantic facades, and delicious tapas, there are ample reasons to include Barcelona in your Spain tour. If you’re interested in architecture, meander the fascinating streets of the Gothic Quarter and check out La Sagrada Familia - the world’s most famous unfinished building. If you’re passionate about sport, catch a soccer match featuring FC Barcelona - one of the world’s most decorated sides. It’s worth booking things in advance to skip the queues, especially in peak season - speak to your Travel Expert for more information. Barcelona also has direct flights to the USA.

    Granada and the Alhambra

    In the city of Granada in the southern state of Andalucia, the iconic Alhambra palace and fortress draws up to 6,000 visitors daily—so book in advance through your Tourlane Travel Expert. From its humble beginnings as a Roman fort in AD 889, the Alhambra became the seat of the Nasrid emirs after major additions in the mid-13th century. Nicknamed the “pearl set in emeralds,'' this iconic attraction is now recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and is a must-see for travelers with an interest in ancient history.


    Seville is the capital of Andalusia, and is the birthplace of flamenco—the famous dance and music style. If you’re interested in enjoying live flamenco music and dance during your Spain trip, then head to the Triana neighborhood, which has a multitude of great venues. Back in the city center, you’ll find an impressive range of attractions and landmarks, including Seville Cathedral - the world’s largest and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Seville is also a great vacation destination for foodies, as according to local folklore, the city is the home of tapas.


    Visit Valencia to discover one of Spain’s best-kept secrets. The country’s third-largest city is quintessentially Spanish, with a relaxed way of life, delicious food, and an impressive cultural offering. The City of Arts and Sciences is one of the biggest cultural complexes in Europe, and features a planetarium, IMAX cinema, science museum, and opera house. If you prefer to relax on the gorgeous coastline, head to Valencia’s breathtaking beach for miles of white sand and inviting waters.  Less

    1. Discover the incredible Sagrada Familia cathedral, pictured here, on a Barcelona vacation


    2. Cordoba vacation - in Spain


    3. Visit the beautiful streets of Madrid, pictured here, on a Madrid vacation


    4. Spain Square (Plaza de Espana). Seville, Spain


    1. Andalusia Round Trip - Region in Spain


    What is the Food Like in Spain?

    • Delicious Pintxos in Madrid.

      Tapas and pinchos

      Spain is one of the best destinations in Europe for foodies. Different destinations are famous for different dishes, although you’ll be able to find them all across the country. Valencia is famous for paella - a delicious rice dish typically featuring seafood cooked in a wide pan. Andalusia is famous for tapas - small, sharing plates typically enjoyed in bars. Northern Spain is famous for pinchos - small snacks enjoyed in bars or taverns, named after the spike that skewers them. Sangria is a popular national drink - typically consisting of red wine with chopped fruit. 

    What are the Best Events in Spain?

    1. Tranditionelles Event in Spanien: Die Ferias. Ein unvergessliches Erlebnis bei einem Spanien Urlaub.

      Bull runs and ferias

      Almost all towns and cities in Spain have a feria - an annual festival that involves local traditions, celebrations, and fairground rides. The Seville Feria is particularly famous and takes place shortly after Easter. Consider timing your Spain trip to coincide with at least one feria. Other popular events in Spain include the Running of the Bulls in Pamplona and Falles in Valencia - a traditional celebration that takes place every March and involves live music, fireworks, and huge bonfires. 

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    Other Countries to Visit

    1. Landscape of a farm at the lake shore, surrounded by meadows and purple flowers, mountains in the background, Tjornes peninsula, Iceland, Europe.


    2. Discover the famous Eiffel Tower and the city of Paris on a tour of France


    3. The market in the Grand Place of Antwerp at sunrise, framed by colourful houses typical of Belgian architecture. A city to discover during your holidays in Belgium.


    4. Discover the beautiful Porto skyline, the Douro River, and brightly lit buildings on a tour of Portugal


    5. View of white buildings and the sea in Greece


    6. Europe, Ireland, Cliffs of Moher, grassy cliffs looking over the Atlantic Ocean.


    7. Framed by the dramatic green landscapes, visit Urquart Castle on a tour package to Scotland.


    8. Europe, Italy, Amalfi Coast, colorful cliffside houses looking over a blue bay. Mountain silhouettes and blue sky in the background.


    9. Discover the beautiful Peak District on an England tour


    10. View of the bay of Dubrovnik in Croatia - a must on a Croatia round trip.


    11. View of the cliffs of the Faroe Islands in Europe.

      Faroe Islands

    12. Discover the beautiful rugged Welsh coastline, pictured here, on a Wales vacation