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Spain is the king of culture, churros, and holiday memories. Get your heart racing with swimming, dancing, and hiking around this sunny paradise, before celebrating with tapas or paella. 


Eat tapas, Madrid


You can't visit Spain without eating tapas: small, savory dishes usually served alongside drinks. This special Spanish tradition can be found all over the country, but Madrid's tapas scene is a real treat. Try popular dishes such as patatas bravas, Spanish omelet, and ham croquettes in one of Madrid's many tabernas, soaking up the warm atmosphere. 



See La Sagrada Família, Barcelona


Barcelona's famous basilica is one of the most iconic buildings in the world. The masterpiece of Antoni Gaudí, this awesome structure is an amazing sight, and you won't be able to stop looking. Did you know? Despite construction starting in 1882, it's still not finished today!



Chill in Costa Brava


If you're searching for that Spanish sun, head to the coastal region of Costa Brava in Catalonia. With stunning shorelines and postcard villages, this has long been a favorite holiday destination. To escape the crowds, visit the hidden gems of Pals, Begur, and Llafranc.



Visit the markets, Valencia


With its history as a trading town, it's no surprise Valencia has some great markets to explore. From its popular Mercado Centrale to the hipster Ruzafa Market, you can easily spend a whole day wandering around. 



Go dancing, Granada 


Most people visit Granada to see the Alhambra, but there's so much more hidden in its warren of cobbled streets. Discover Granada's heart at a flamenco performance, where local and international dancers perform with a deep, passionate intensity. 



Explore Málaga during the day 


Perhaps you've visited Málaga to experience its legendary nightlife, but how much do you really know about this city? With its Roman Theater, Alcazaba Palace, and the Castillo de Gibralfaro, Málaga has a rich history waiting to be uncovered. And then you can party the night away, of course. 



Experience village life, Asturias


The northern region of Asturias is one of Spain's hidden treasures and the perfect place to see local life. Visit the charming villages of Colombres and Cudillero to truly experience the Spanish lifestyle. Trust us; you'll never want to leave.



Visit the New Bridge, Ronda 


Picture a magnificent golden bridge, cutting across a gorge. Now look up Ronda's Puente Nuevo. Can you beat that? This 18th century architectural wonder is a must-see when visiting Andalusia, with its stunning design blending with the cliffs. 



Admire the ancient city, Cádiz


Looking for sun, a stunning city, and a party to remember? Visit Cádiz in February to experience this ancient city's famous Carnaval. This 10-day celebration brings the whole community together, with dancing, music, and enough seafood tapas to feed everyone.



Watch the sunset in Park Güell, Barcelona


You might have traveled a lot, but we can bet you've never seen anything quite like Park Güell in Barcelona. With colorful mosaics and astonishing architecture set among the trees, Antoni Gaudí's famous park is undoubtedly an incredible place to visit. After spending the day spotting Gaudí's other masterpieces, head up to Park Güell to watch the sunset. With panoramic views of Barcelona before you and the park's quirky design behind, you won't know where to look!

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