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From its mesmerising architecture to its delicious food, Spain is beloved for many different reasons. Situated in sunny southwest Europe Spain has a rich and diverse culture seeped in art, sport and history. Indulge in the savoury delights of Spanish cuisine, immerse yourself in the passionate rhythms of flamenco, and wander through centuries-old streets lined with history. From lively Madrid with its bustling nightlife and stunning baroque style architecture to beautiful Granada with its vast mountains and breath-taking Alhambra Palace, Spain promises to captivate all visitors and offers a truly unforgettable experience.

About our tours

Our range of Spain tour holidays cover all the main sites. We offer trips starting from Madrid and Barcelona, with included sightseeing of these two iconic destinations. Then you have the option of heading north, to Bilbao, San Sebastián and Santiago de Compostela, at the end of the Camino de Santiago pilgrimage route. You can also go south, to Seville, Granada and the Costa del Sol in Andalucia. Or you can head west, to Portugal. We also offer tours combining Spain with Morocco. So there is sure to be a trip for you!

Shorter Trips – Spain in a week or less

We offer a range of shorter trips to suit all time frames. Whether you only have three days to spare or a whole week we have the perfect tour for you. Our tour packages are designed to show you the most a country has to offer no matter how the time frame, so there’s not need to worry about missing out as out expert tour guides are sure to give you most fulfilling travel experience possible.

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Longer Tours

As well as our 3–6 day tours we also offer tours from just over a week to huge 20+ days tours. Travel all around Spain, eating delicious food, visiting historical sights and meeting the friendly locals and discover the beauty of the country.

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Frequently asked questionsFrequently Asked Questions

When is the best time to visit Spain?

Spain boasts a warm Mediterranean climate, and the summer months from June - August are high season, with the best weather. But attractions are busy and prices higher at these times. The shoulder seasons from March - May and September - October offer a nice compromise and a good time to explore Spain, with fewer crowds and still pleasant temperatures. Check out our guide on when to visit Spain for more information.

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The best of our Spain tours.

From the sandy beaches of Barcelona to the intriguing architecture of Bilbao, there are so many amazing cities you can visit on one of our tours. Here are just a few of the exciting places you could visit when booking a tour with us.


Located on Spain’s Catalonian coastline, Barcelona is a city that truly has something for everyone. The beautiful beaches, Gothic architecture and nightlife attracts people from all over the world. The city has many sights to visit, including the Roman Catholic Church, the Sagrada Familia, Antonio Gaudi’s Park Guell and the streets of the city’s Gothic Quarter. No visit to Barcelona is complete without strolling down Las Ramblas, make a stop at the large public food market La Boqueria for delicious Spanish snacks.


Famous for flamenco dancing, tapas and Moorish architecture, southern Spain’s sunny Seville will leave you feeling like you’ve stepped back in time. Its old town boasts an impressive three UNESCO World Heritage Sites. including the Alcazar which was first developed by Moorish Muslim Kings, today the palace is rich in history and architectural beauty. The Plaza de Espana is also well worth a visit, the picturesque lake complete with two towers on either side is a perfect spot to relax by.


No trip to Spain is complete without a visit to the capital city, Madrid. After London and Berlin, Madrid is the third-largest city in the European Union. With bars and restaurants that exemplify traditional Spain, you can feel the beating heart of this city. Be sure to visit Madrid’s vibrant main square and walk along the other famous plaza, Puerta Del Sol. Visit Spain’s national art museum and relax in Buen Retiro Park.


Granada has unique Spanish beauty; a rich history and a vibrant food scene Granada’s Alhambra is the second most visited site in the whole of Europe and is most definitely worth the visit. It’s a real blend of history, combining its Moorish origins with the Renaissance Christian period and a bit of modern architecture. Free tapas is also a charm of this city - when you order a drink in a bar in Seville, they will include some delicious tapas, on the house.

Rioja Region

This destination is for the wine lovers. Situated in northern Spain, the Rioja Region is renowned for its wine industry and picturesque vineyards. With over 500 wineries and the quality of wine will not disappoint. Visitors can also enjoy horse riding, hot air ballooning and fine food against a backdrop that will take your breath away.


The industrial port city of Bilbao has become famous for its modern and quirky architecture. Chief among the city's architectural delights is the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao, home to a massive variety of modern and contemporary art. Take a walk through Casco Viejo and the local food markets in the old quarter and enjoy some of the freshest fruit and vegetables the Basque country has to offer. The area is the perfect place to spend some time strolling around, immersing yourself in the city’s charming culture.

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