This Spanish cities has everything you could ask for in a Spanish break away. So grab your sunnies, and head on out right away..Madrid can offer classy museums world-class shopping than heading forward to Valencia, Famous City of Arts and Sciences, the Valencia Cathedral, the Old Town, the Central Market, and being the birthplace of paella. Valencia is also popular for its peculiar museums, quirky festivals, beautiful sunny weather, and fantastic sandy beaches. Ending your journey in Barcelona famous for its outstanding football team, stunning architecture, lively nightlife, sandy beaches, and world-class cuisine.
Treat your palette to delicious Spanish wines complemented by items like Iberian ham, salted cod, rich chickpea stew and more at popular restaurants while learning about the local ingredients with a guide
Watch Soccer match at Camp Nou, Europe's Biggest Football Stadium and Home Stadium of FC Barcelona
Delve into FC Barcelona's history on an independent tour of Camp Nou stadium. Sail past the long entrance lines with your priority access ticket and follow in the footsteps of football (soccer) legends from past and present. Visit the changing room, pitch, presidential box, and press room, then head to the FC Barcelona Museum, where you find the club’s gleaming trophy collection and interactive exhibits.
When you're in Valencia, skip an expensive taxi or the hassle of public transport to reach Albufera Natural Park, This Includes a boat ride along with a guide to give you the lowdown on the wetland landscapes.
Celebrate your time in Valencia with fellow travelers from four hostels with this guided pub crawl in the El Carmen area. This buzzing neighborhood is known for its great nightlife, and exploring it with a guide saves time reading reviews and researching where to go. This fun experience also includes group activities—such as drinking games—and a shot is included at each spot you visit.
Visit the Caves of San José the convenient way, with this half-day trip from Valencia. After a pickup from a select Valencia hotel, you'll travel to La Vall d'Uixo, the village of the natural landmark, which is set amid one of Europe's largest underground rivers. Use some free time to grab a coffee (own expense), then hop on a boat to cruise down to the cave itself.
La Sagrada Familia is currently closed, therefore on this tour we invite you to live a virtual, interactive experience of the interior of this architectural masterpiece with an expert guide who will inject enthusiasm and introduce history through its explanations, while you see the interior using virtual reality, with VR glasses in front of the basilica, as if you were entering through one of its doors
The island of Mallorca is surrounded by sparkling turquoise waters and soft golden sand. With plenty of spots like Caló des Moro, which is an idyllic cove beach, you can spend your days sunbathing peacefully or have a romantic evening watching the sunset.
Enjoy the mixed architecture of the Plaza de Espana, admire the beautiful Seville Cathedral, tuck into a range of incredible Tapas in the city centre, and cruise along the Guadalquivir River that passes through the city.
The Costa Brava is a coastal region of Catalonia in northeastern Spain, consisting of the comarques of Alt Empordà, Baix Empordà and Selva in the province of Girona. Costa Brava stretches from the town of Blanes, 60 km northeast of Barcelona, to the French border.
Explore coastal towns like Puerto De la Cruz, Las Americas and Los Cristianos, lounge on the sun-soaked sands and unwind in beachfront bars, and head out on an exciting forest adventure framed by volcanoes.
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