View of Macarelleta beach in Menorca, Balearic Islands, Spain


The Warmth of Spain

Capital city Madrid is home to the Royal Palace and Prado museum, housing works by European masters. Segovia has a medieval castle (the Alcázar) and an intact Roman aqueduct. Catalonia’s capital, Barcelona, is defined by Antoni Gaudí’s whimsical modernist landmarks like the Sagrada Família church.

Spain’s attraction is an infinite variety of food, wine, landscapes, towns, and customs. From epic beaches and islands to spectacular mountains, beautiful national parks, and world-renowned cities – there is a huge amount of history and culture to soak up in this special country. Every town is distinctly unique and proud to show off its traditions and heritage. Visiting Spain gives you a hundred different experiences within one country and the local townspeople welcome visitors with great enthusiasm. The best time to travel is from April to October.


Granada is a perfect destination for first-time visitors in Spain. There are luxurious Gardens, beautiful markets, and Moorish architecture. Visit Alhambra – which is considered the most beautiful architecture in Europe, Granada Cathedral – A huge dome cathedral with luxurious Gardens. Albaicin – Arabian Quarters which is home to the most amazing markets in the world selling beautiful tapestries, wall hangings, teas, and spices. Things to do in Granada: Snow skiing, sledding, cable cab rides, mountain climbing, paragliding, horse riding, cafés.


Madrid is one of the most lavish and beautiful cities in the world and its nightlife is the taste of a perfect European city. Top attractions in Madrid – Puerta del Sol – Known as the heart of Spain – a beautiful Plaza for gatherings. Plaza Mayor – A market with many cafés, shops, and markets. Royal Palace – is one of the top attractions in Spain. Things to do: Street-singing, bar hopping, cafés, museums, shopping, churches, landmarks, zoos, parks, beautiful scenery.


The beaches on this exquisite island are lined by pristine waters and golden sand. Top attractions in Mallorca: Palma de Mallorca – Colorful city with great architecture. Unique art galleries and cafés. Soller – A beautiful village with scenic beauty and tons of fun things to do. Also known as Valley of Orange. Valldemossa – A unique village with lush green mountains and old houses. Monasteries, old structures in the village. Things to do in Mallorca: Swimming, water sports, surfing, monasteries, seafood treat, unique streets, and charming villages.

Macarelleta Beach – Menorca, Balearic Islands

A boat ride from Majorca to Macarelleta Beach on the Balearic Islands is well worth a visit.


The food in Barcelona is world class. Enjoy the city’s Michelin-starred gastronomic havens with cuisine that is beyond delicious. The bars and drinks are world-famous too. Dive into the beauty of Barcelona with magnificent sunrise points and spend languid days on the beaches. Top destinations in Barcelona: Sagrada Familia – is the famous majestic attraction of Spain. It is a sky-touching huge structure that will enchant your eyes. La Rambla – a bustling city with fancy streets. Plaza Catalunya, ports, and beaches are the most famous attractions. Parc Guëll – The designs and structures are striking. Casa Batllo – a beautiful dome that has amazing architecture.


Seville is a buzzing city that is known for its vibrant nightlife. It is also home to beautiful beaches, buildings, and structures. It has amazing palaces and luxurious gardens. The world’s largest wooden structure is located in Seville.

San Sebastian: Dynamic Destination for Beach Lovers

Dynamic destination for beach lovers. Its golden beaches boast pristinely clear water with many exciting water sports. This coast of North Spain gets cozy and romantic in the evening with its pintxo bars, restaurants, and fancy shops. Experience a range of clubs, visit the many jazz shows, and savor the famous appetizers of San Sebastian.

Museum of popular arts and traditions in Sevilla, Spain

Beautiful Moorish Style design of Alhambra Granada – Andalusia, Spain

The line of outdoor cafés and small restaurants in popular tourist Calle Lanceria shopping street with a view on old building of Bodegas Fundador winery

Decorative tiles adorn the sides of buildings in central Madrid