Unique Experiences in Spain
A visit to Spain is like receiving one big, warm hug from a friend you haven’t seen for years. With its laid back lifestyle, world famous cuisine, pleasant climate, vibrant city life, relaxed coast and fiestas aplenty. There’s no doubt that your time in Spain will be a wonderful one.
Whilst the typical things to do in Spain are sunny beach days, paella and sangria. There are many unique Spanish experiences to discover off the beaten track. It’s the perfect description of the old mixing with the new. It’s a beautiful, dynamic, cultured, intriguing country with an abundance of uniqueness and variety.
Of course you’ve got the thriving capitals of Madrid and Barcelona, the vast regional winelands (of which there are over 60), the simply stunning Basque country and some true up-and-commers in the form of Granada and Seville.
Top Things to do
Feeling adventurous and want to discover the best day trips from Madrid. Here is a few of our favourite destinations to explore outside of the Spanish Capital. Toledo Toledo is a multicultural city with clear influences from Catholicism, Judaism and Moorish in its architecture. As a result the city has numerous different religious buildings. If […]
Discover Madrid’s Main Attractions and experience the Spanish capital like a local. Explore historical sights, excite your tastebuds and witness breathtaking views. Parque del Buen Retiro El Retiro park used to be part of the monarchy’s estate, belonging to Queen Isabela I and King Ferdinand. The park has since been place under the hands of […]
Discover the Best Day Trips From Barcelona with help from local host Ignasi. Girona Ignasi, our local guide from Barcelona says that ‘if you are looking for authentic Catalonian, then Girona would be the place to go.’ Girona is known as the city of three rivers and as a result it has many bridges to […]
Experience the main attractions in Barcelona with help from this handy guide. Our local host Ignasi has offered some unique suggestions on what to do. Gaudi’s Masterpieces Barcelona is decorated with the architecture of famous artist, Antoni Gaudi. Though his creations attract many visitors, Ignasi, our local guide says that ‘the Gaudi attractions should not […]