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On our Spain tour packages, you’ll know that Spain, located on the Iberian Peninsula in southwestern Europe, is known for its rich history, culture, and diverse geography. The country is made up of 17 autonomous regions and two autonomous cities, each with its own distinct culture and traditions. Spain's capital and largest city is Madrid, which you’ll visit on our Spain tour packages, while its second largest city is Barcelona wh Read More

On our Spain tour packages, you’ll know that Spain, located on the Iberian Peninsula in southwestern Europe, is known for its rich history, culture, and diverse geography. The country is made up of 17 autonomous regions and two autonomous cities, each with its own distinct culture and traditions. Spain's capital and largest city is Madrid, which you’ll visit on our Spain tour packages, while its second largest city is Barcelona which is definitely worth visiting on our Spain tour packages.

 

Spain has a long and complex history, dating back to prehistoric times. As part of your Spain trip cost from India   , you’ll also get to learn about The Celts, Romans, Visigoths, and Moors whol left their mark on the country. In the 15th and 16th centuries, Spain became a global superpower under the rule of King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella, who financed the voyages of Christopher Columbus and others. In the 19th and 20th centuries, Spain underwent major political and social changes, including the Spanish Civil War (1936-1939) and the transition to democracy following the death of dictator Francisco Franco in 1975.

 

Choose from our Akbar Recommended Spain Tour Packages:

 

Spain Tour Packages

Night/Day

Price

Madrid and Barcelona

4 Nights/5 Days

₹ 41,401

Madrid and Andalusia

5 Nights/6 Days

₹ 55,591

An Andalusian Story

5 Nights/6 Days

₹ 60,698

Lisbon Madrid and Barcelona

6 Nights/7 Days

₹ 61,611

Spanish Ring

9 Nights/10 Days

₹ 83,800

Spanish Ring with Lisbon

11 Nights/12 Days

₹ 83,960

Spanish Treasures

9 Nights/10 Days

₹ 98,247


 

Spain, on our Spain tour packages is renowned for its art and architecture, including the works of Diego Velazquez, Francisco Goya, and Pablo Picasso. On our Spain tour packages, Spanish cuisine is also celebrated, with dishes such as paella, tapas, and churros. Spain on our Spain tour packages is also famous for its festivals, including La Tomatina and Running of the Bulls.

 

Spain's geography is diverse, even on our package holidays to Spain  , ranging from the snowy peaks of the Pyrenees to the sandy beaches of the Mediterranean and Atlantic coasts. The country is also home to several national parks and biosphere reserves, which you can visit as part of your Spain trip cost from India, including the Teide National Park and the Donana National Park.

 

Spain is a popular tourist destination, known on our package holidays to Spain for its beaches, nightlife, and historical sites. The country receives millions of visitors each year, with the most popular destinations being included in our package holidays to Spain like Madrid, Barcelona, Seville, Granada, Valencia, and the islands of Mallorca and Tenerife.

 

Spain is a member of the European Union and the United Nations, and has a developed economy with a high standard of living. The country is also known for its strong football team and has won the FIFA World Cup in 2010. Experience watching the world cup in Spain as part of your Spain trip cost from India  .

 

Overall, Spain offers a unique blend of history, culture, and natural beauty that make it an unforgettable destination for visitors even if they are on our Spain honeymoon packages.

 

Spain is a must-stop on many tourists' European holiday itineraries and for couples on our Spain honeymoon packages due to its vibrant metropolises, stunning beaches, and diverse cultural attractions. It may be difficult to choose which cities are worth visiting on your Spain packages because there are so many diverse locations, each with its own famed monuments and distinctive hidden jewels.

 

Spain is a wonderful travel destination because of its varied topography and rich historical past. The following are some of the top tourist destinations on our Spain packages:

 

Madrid 

On our Spain tour packages from India , Madrid shares several characteristics with other major global cities, including being the largest city in Spain, having the greatest population, serving as the country's capital, and being the hub of international trade. But hold on, don't leap to conclusions just yet. If you pay close attention, on our Spain tour packages from India  you can hear the soothing Spanish guitar melodies, the flutter of a flamenco dancer's skirt, and the joyful laughter of people enjoying a noon lunch after too many glasses of sangria. Madrid is a destination for tourists interested in world-famous artwork and gorgeous architecture, but it is also — and maybe even more so — a destination for people seeking a leisurely good time with our Spain packages from India   .

 

Barcelona 

Barcelona is home to both historically accurate and outrageously strange elements. This city by the sea appears to draw all sorts on our Spain packages from India with an almost overwhelming range of things to do. As part of your Spain trip cost, visit the picturesque trails of the multicolored Park Güell to the romantic small lanes of Barri Gtic; from the seaside nightclubs to the city's hundreds of religious churches and architectural marvels. You may remain for a few days, but it's more likely that you'll need a week to see everything. So don’t forget to get our Spain vacation packages all inclusive.

 

Even the beach is busy in Barcelona, on our Spain travel packages but the cosmopolitan city is the center of attention. Las Ramblas, a network of winding streets and alleyways lined with eateries, bars, and a bustling pedestrian market, is where much of the action takes place. But as part of your Spain trip cost, you should also see some of Antoni Gaud's masterpieces, including the Sagrada Familia, Casa Batlló, and Casa Milà. The region's outstanding cuisine and wine, as well as the diverse retail culture, should not be missed on our Spain travel packages.

 

Seville 

On our Spain trip packages, the commitment of a bullfighting matador, the fervor of a flamenco dancer, and the carefree indulgence of an afternoon siesta are not just idealized recollections of a long-gone Spain. Seville and the Andalusia area in the south of the country are major centers for these cultural traditions on your ​​Spain trip packages. The church facades, minarets, and ancient ghettos of Seville, a city defined by Jewish, Islamic, and Christian influences, provide evidence of each religion's existence on our Spain holiday packages from India   . Seville's centuries-old neighborhoods and cultural attractions will enchant visitors on their Spain tour packages from Mumbai and Ahmedabad who want a fair dose of history amid leisurely strolls down tiny streets and leisurely, drawn-out lunches.

 

Spend your time in Seville with our 15 days Spain tour packages enjoying tapas at a street corner café or taking in the music of an impromptu musician in a public space. Even while the warm weather and laid-back atmosphere could tempt you to laze about all day, make time to tour the parks, gardens, and palaces that highlight the city's rich history and stunning architectural features if on your Spain honeymoon packages from India   . You may see "NO8DO" on city buses, seats, bike racks, and even manhole covers if you look attentively. NO8DO, a rebus for "no me ha dejado" in Spanish, means "It (Seville) has not abandoned me." Remember that saying since you'll probably use it yourself. Once you've experienced Seville's attractions, you'll remember them forever.

 

Granada 

On your Spain trip from India   , perhaps the strongest factor at work in Granada is its attractiveness, which draws tourists there long before they are supposed to. This Andalusian jewel, hidden in the Sierra Nevada Mountains in southern Spain, on your Spain tour package from Kolkata and Delhi is drenched in contagious European charm and a strong sense of mystery brought on by its fascinating past. In Granada, as part of your Spain tour packages from India    price, see the mosques that previously stood where cathedrals now stand, bakeries where bathhouses once stood, and businesses where tea was the main menu item rather than tapas. If on our Spain packages from Mumbai, even though the days of shifting dynasties and warring civilizations are long gone, there is still a palpable sense of heritage that begs to be understood.

 

However, that does not imply that it is not valued. Numerous tourists make the journey to this little Spanish city each year on our Spain vacation packages, drawn by Granada's history as a former Moorish empire, its ancient architecture, and its rich culture. And tourists can quickly learn that everything is possible in Granada as part of their cost of Spain trip from India   . You can see a flamenco performance in a cave that used to be home to African gypsies, buy for items on Moroccan streets, trek in the slopes of Spain's largest national park, and eat for free every night thanks to Granada's burgeoning tapas industry. Therefore, enjoy Granada in all of its distinctive forms while you're there on our Spain honeymoon packages all-inclusive and, if possible, allow yourself to become entirely engrossed in its beauty; you won't regret it.

 

Mallorca

The Balearic Islands are a group of islands off the east coast of Spain. Mallorca is the largest and most diversified of the group. While it's true that Mallorca's gorgeous coasts are likewise lapped by the same azure waves that lap Ibiza, its neighbor to the southwest, Mallorca's geography has a lot more gems to explore as part of your Spain tour cost from India   . Look no farther than the Serra de Tramuntana mountain range on the island, on our India    to Spain package which runs along the northern shore and descends into the craggy Cap de Formentor, or the expanses of green that are covered in olive, almond, and carob trees in the interior for example. And Palma, its historic capital, is equally charming to view with its lofty churches and palaces, as well as its charming streets and squares. Add to that a society that values diversity and you have good food, good wine and fun included in your Spain tour cost – summer is a nonstop party! – and you'll start to wonder, why not Mallorca?

 

Valencia 

On our all inclusive holidays to Spain  , Valencia is aesthetically attractive and economical. The Jard del Tria's green tones stand in stark contrast to the beaches' glistening golden sand and glistening cerulean seas. Additionally, on our Spain package deals, the oranges' hue is as rich as their flavor. Those who claim that this Spanish seaside city lacks charm may not have ever strolled beneath the citrus trees that drop blooms into the cobblestone walkways or heard the murmur of the Valencian dialect among the product stalls of the Mercado Central. Valencia is a great way to experience a cheap holiday in Spain and it today provides a blend of Madrid's history and Barcelona's modern ambience for a fraction of the price of larger cities, despite having spent years hidden in their shadows.

 

Toledo

Toledo is a fantastic destination for those who wish to see small-town Spain close to a large metropolis on our cheap holidays to Spain  . This 45-mile-southwest of Madrid city is stunning because of its hilltop setting overlooking the Tagus River and its medieval buildings. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site that you can visit as part of our cheap holidays to Spain all inclusive. Visit Mirador del Valle, a picturesque overlook with breath-taking panoramic views, for the greatest views. Then, visit sites like Catedral Primada and San Juan de los Reyes Monasterio to gain a taste of Toledo's rich past. Before you go, be sure to sample some of the city's renowned marzipan that will complete your cheap package holidays to Spain  .

 

Ibiza

If you’ve chosen our all inclusive trips to Spain, Ibiza, or Eivissa in Catalan, is definitely the destination on your list! if you want lengthy evenings dancing to techno rhythms and sunny days spent lounging on beaches on yachts. The third-largest Balearic Island, which lies off the east coast of Spain, is known for its collection of lively nightclubs centered in Ibiza Town and Sant Antoni, and is frequently crowded with partygoers during the height of the summer season. Ibiza offers a variety of activities besides partying. Tiny villages are hidden by pine-covered hills, family-friendly beaches are hidden by isolated coves, restaurants tantalize with traditional Balearic cuisine, and market sellers peddle anything from leather items to olive oils. Ibiza is both what you expect it to be and much more.

 

The Canary Islands 

You are correct to compare Spain's Canary Islands to a paradise in the tropics. All seven of the islands in this archipelago, which are situated in the North Atlantic Ocean off the southwest coast of Morocco, boast ideal stretches of beachfront that extend into azure waters. Diverse beaches attract surfers, windsurfers, scuba divers, and sunbathers who come to enjoy the rough waves, colorful underwater environment, and plush sands. Additionally, if you travel to some of the larger islands, such as Gran Canaria, Tenerife, and Lanzarote, you will discover the necessary opulent resorts. Gourmet dining establishments, expansive golf courses, and front-row beach access are features of these luxurious hotels.

 

However, we contend that the four natural parks in the Canaries are just as important to the island as its beaches and vacation spots that are also part of our all inclusive Spain vacations. For instance, consider the Tenerife island's Parque Nacional del Teide: Visitors may walk up its third-largest volcano on the planet. Timanfaya National Park is located in Lanzarote, and visitors may ride camels over the landscape, which has a lunar-like appearance. You'll undoubtedly feel like the cat that swallowed the canary once you learn about this combination of stunning beaches, opulent lodgings, and extraordinary natural parks.


 

Santiago de Compostela 

Galicia's capital, Santiago de Compostela, serves as the finish line for the over a thousand-year-old Camino de Santiago (Way of Saint James) pilgrimage. At the Basilica of Santiago de Compostela, which is said to be St. James the Apostle's final resting place, visitors from all over the world may be seen paying their homage on any given day of the week. Even non-pilgrims can appreciate the ethereal splendor of this city in northern Spain with its clear Celtic roots. The opulent Hostal dos Reis Católicos, which was previously a pilgrims' hostel and is said to be the world's oldest hotel, is located on the Plaza del Obradoiro, the city's pulsating heart.

 

Basque Country

Northern Spain contains an independent region known as the Basque Country. Lava, Biscay, and Gipuzkoa provinces make up this region. The majority of people in the Basque Country speak the Basque language, often called Euskara. It is the official language of the Basque Country. The Basque Country has a well-defined past and a strong sense of cultural identity. With a long history of industrial development, the area is well-known for its shipyards, steel mills, and heavy industries. Additionally, the Basque Country is well known for its gastronomy, especially its seafood and pintxos (tapas). One of the most significant museums of contemporary art in the world, the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao, is located in the Basque Country.

 

San Sebastian

San Sebastian's remarkable offers make it difficult to imagine that it isn't more well-known than its nearby neighbors Barcelona or Madrid. However, this beachfront tourist town merits the same respect accorded to Spain's most populated cities. If San Sebastian's top-notch culinary options don't first kidnap visitors' taste buds, its ageless beauty has a way of lulling them into a state of trance. A cultural experience that differs from what some people would consider the standard in Spain can be found in the Basque Country. Bullfighting and flamenco aren't as popular cultural pursuits in this country as pintxo bar hopping is. While siestas are still observed and Spanish is still widely used, San Sebastian boasts the greatest percentage of multilingual people in the city, and opt to surf in their spare time.

 

Through her many visits during the 19th and 20th centuries, the former Queen Maria Cristina helped to popularize this place. Spaniards now swarm to San Sebastian's cooler coastlines for relief when the southern heat gets intolerable. But regardless of whether you've heard of San Sebastian or not, or who came before you, what makes it so intriguing is its ability to retain a small-town atmosphere. San Sebastian has isolated areas along the coast, in the middle of little streets, and atop its well-known mountains that give the impression that the area is all yours.

 

Alicante

The laid-back Spanish city of Alicante, which is a favorite among the party crowd, is located about 100 miles south of Valencia on the Costa Blanca (White Coast). Travelers are most likely to be gathered at the Explanada de Espaa, sporting resort attire, holding beverages, and swaying to house music. The beaches, particularly San Juan Beach, are the primary attraction throughout the day. San Juan Beach, one of Spain's top beaches, with warm seas, beautiful sands, and roughly 330 days of sunlight annually. While Alicante has some notable cultural sites, such as the Archaeological Museum of Alicante, the major draw is to unwind and have a good time. As a result, visualize the sun on your skin, the sand between your toes,  grilled fish on your plate, sangria in your hand, lively music in your ears and a medieval castle, Renaissance cathedral or modern fountain before your eyes… Alicante.

 

Marbella

Marbella (pronounced mar-BAY-ya) is a city and vacation spot situated on Spain's southern Costa del Sol. It is bordered on three sides by the Mediterranean Sea and the Sierra Blanca Mountains. Luxurious resorts, glittering luxury shops, trendy eateries, and relics of old Andalusia may be found between them in the city's Old Quarter's winding cobblestone lanes. Although Antonio Banderas resides in Marbella, it is also open to mortals. Marbella is a favorite vacation spot for the wealthy and famous. In reality, if done properly, the other half may experience the same kind of opulent vacation as their celebrity counterparts, complete with beach days, delectable cuisine, and cultural interactions, perhaps without the stress of photographers.

 

Bilbao

This Basque Country city in northern Spain offers stunning views of the city and its undulating hills because it is located in the center of a lovely valley. Visit the city's ancient quarter, Casco Viejo, for traditional pintxos (Basque tapas), and explore Parque Etxebarria for some of Bilbao's most beautiful views. Or, for even more breathtaking vistas, take the Artxanda Funicular. Without seeing the famed Guggenheim Museum Bilbao and other regional cultural centers like the Museo de Bellas Artes de Bilbao, a trip would not be complete.

 

Rioja

Spain's wine region is Rioja. Similar to Champagne, only wines made and marketed in the Spanish area of La Rioja are eligible for the "Rioja" label. As a result, you should try lots of wine while you are there, which should be simple given that there are more than 500 vineyards and several restaurants that provide a wide variety of Rioja wine. When you're not climbing or skiing in the mountains surrounding Rioja, take advantage of the Michelin-starred restaurants and bustling tapas bars.

 

Cordoba

Spanish fantasies are made of Cordoba's UNESCO-listed medieval center. Its narrow, cobblestone lanes are meandering and dotted with whitewashed hotels, stores, restaurants, and houses with magnificent Andalusian details like wrought iron balconies, vivid blue plants, and painted archways. Visitors may also take in all of the city's well-known historical landmarks, including the Castle of the Christian Monarchs and the Cordoba Mosque-Cathedral, also known as the Great Mosque and one of Spain's best-preserved architectural gems.

 

Costa del Sol

One of the best locations for a beach holiday in southern Spain is without a doubt Costa del Sol. Travelers frequently praise the area for its stunning natural surroundings. Visitors not only have a selection of beaches to pick from, including Burriana Beach and La Bajadilla Beach, but also are close to Sierra de las Nieves Natural Park and the Guadalmina River, which allows them to engage in a range of outdoor activities. Additionally, there are many of family-friendly attractions nearby, such as a zoo, a water park, and a butterfly garden.

 

Santander

A breath of fresh air is Santander. Santander, located in the Cantabria region of northern Spain, has a laid-back atmosphere because to its slower pace of life and plethora of beautiful natural attractions. Take a leisurely stroll around the city's shoreline to experience the finest of Santander (starting at the Paseo de Pereda). On Santander's stunning Magdalena Peninsula, famous beaches like El Sardinero and Playa de Mataleas are great places to swim and sunbathe.

 

Benidorm

Benidorm attracts to beach bums hoping to have a resort-style experience when they're on vacation. The city's main beach is conveniently close to hotels, restaurants, shopping, and family-friendly activities like Aqualandia and Festilandia, providing guests with everything they could possibly need (Playa de Levante). However, those who want a respite from the bustling city core of Benidorm are in luck: Travelers just need to go to the eastern outskirts of the city, where smaller beaches such Cala Tio Ximo and Cala Almadraba, as well as Sierra Helada Natural Park, to get away from the excitement.

 

Ronda

If you want to go to places that have distinctive geology and beautiful architecture, consider taking a vacation to this little Andalusian town. Ronda is perched on an impressive gorge that divides the town. Cross the Puente Nuevo, a stunning bridge constructed in the 18th century, to go across the gorge. You can see the Guadalevn River and El Tajo Canyon below. Visit the Plaza de Toros de Ronda, the ancient old town, and the Baos rabes, well-preserved Arab baths from the 13th and 14th centuries, after taking in your surroundings from the Puente Nuevo.

 

Menorca

For those looking to visit the Balearic Islands but avoid Ibiza and Mallorca's crowds, the smaller sister island of Mallorca is a good choice. Cala Mitjana, Cala Macarelleta, Cala Turqueta, and Cala Pregonda are some of the island's busiest beaches, according to visitors. Menorca has the same kinds of breathtaking beaches as other Balearic Islands (think: white sands overlooking beautiful blue waters). A number of amazing architectural feats may be seen all across Menorca. Old-world buildings like the Catedral de Menorca and the Convent of Sant Agusti, which houses the Diocesan Museum, may be found in Ciutadella, the island's first city.

 

These are just some of the many places that Spain has to offer, and each one of them has its own unique charm and beauty.

 

Things to do in Spain:

 

Go on a tapas crawl through Madrid

You should try as many tapas—tiny sampling of Spanish food—as you can while you're in the country. Although tapas are available all across the country, Madrid is one of the greatest cities to eat a lot! Going out for tapas, say locals, is one of the most authentically Spanish experiences you can have. You may go from bar to bar, munching on delectable tapas that come with every beverage you purchase, and sipping sangria till dawn. If Madrid is not on your travel plans, consider Bilbao and San Sebastian instead, where pintxos, sometimes known as tapas, are unavoidable and simple to fall in love with.

 

Catch a Flamenco show in Seville

Catch a Flamenco show in Seville for a fun evening you won't soon forget. Seville, the capital of Spain's Andalusia province, is the location to take in this vibrant art form. Flamenco, a musical style that combines song, dance, and guitar, evolved through the ages from the melodies of Roma immigrants who came to Spain from northwest India. There are several locations in Seville that have fantastic, genuine flamenco, like the incredibly hip Casa del Flamenco. Remember to shout "ole!" at the conclusion of each set if you want to blend in with the neighborhood. You can also catch an amazing Flamenco show at Corral de la Moreria in Madrid.

 

Marvel at the fantasy of Gaudí's Park Güell

The Parque Güell in Barcelona, created by the renowned architect Antoni Gaudi, is filled with magnificent gardens, brightly colored structures, and enormous lizards that watch over brilliant fountains. Locals love visiting this 100-year-old UNESCO Globe Heritage Site, which is absolutely unique to Spain and the whole world. The park is large, so you'll have to go a good distance to see everything there is to see. To avoid the crowds and the heat as well as to ensure that you are not pressed for time, it is a good idea to get an early start. Enjoy, bring drink, and wear comfortable shoes!

 

See the amazing Moorish arches in Córdoba's ancient mosque

The Mezquita de Córdoba, also known as the Mosque-Cathedral of Córdoba, is one of Andalusia, a region in southern Spain, as one of the most remarkable works of architecture. Under Moorish domination, this UNESCO World Heritage Site was first constructed as the city's primary mosque. Following the Catholic Reconquista, it was later converted into a cathedral. You'll feel as though you're traveling through a beautiful forest with a rich history thanks to its 850 Moorish pillars, which are capped with double arches decorated with candy cane stripes and subsequent Gothic extensions. It is lovely and a complete pleasure to explore this representation of the Islamic splendor of Al-Andalus.

 

Party at an amazing Spanish festival 

Spain has a history of thrilling, one-of-a-kind festivals, and you may attend any time of year. The following festivals, according to locals, are some of the greatest and liveliest ones conducted annually: The Tapas Route in Frigiliana. At the end of August, the municipality of Frigiliana hosts a sizable celebration to honor its diversity in terms of cuisine, music, and artwork. The Ruta de la Tapas (Route of Tapas) is the festival's main event, when participants may take a tapas crawl across the town and sample food from nearby eateries for about €2. The Bol Tomatina. Thousands of people visit the little village of Buol in August for the Tomatina Tomato War, which is an epic food fight. Early on, the genuine tomato war begins. The actual tomato fight starts early in the morning, but arrive the night before and party in the streets with all of the locals in preparation for the big day.

Haro's La Batalla de Vino. A colorful and crazy celebration called the Batalla de Vino (Battle of Wine) takes place in the hamlet of Haro towards the end of June. People from all around the world come to the village that makes wine to fight wars with wine! Spanish red wine from the renowned Rioja area is sprayed upon the audience in bucketfuls from sprayers. The night before the festival, revelers frequently congregate in Haro's alleyways to celebrate.


 

Have a meal at the world's oldest restaurant

Would you want to eat where Goya allegedly did the dishes when he was a child? That is the age of Botn. The oldest restaurant in the world according to Guinness World Records was founded in 1725 on Calle Cava Baja in Madrid. In operation for almost 400 years, Botn has been sustained by its delectable cuisine. Try their specialty dish, a whole suckling pig that has been crisped in a wood-burning oven after being packed with aromatics and covered in white wine.

 

Discover the magnificence of La Sagrada Familia

La Sagrada Familia, the recognizable basilica that has been under building since the late 1800s, is another one of Gaud's creations that commands attention in Barcelona. (But that doesn't mean it hasn't continued to be a must-see location in Spain.) The spiritual and the natural are linked, according to Gaud, and this fantastical realm of gorgeous stained glass, "melting" columns, and mind-bending patterns reflects that idea. Once completed, which is presently projected for 2026 and has been a long time coming, this magnificent Roman Catholic church will rise to become the highest holy place in all of Europe. At this pace, though, we won't believe it until we see it!

 

Get lost in the Moorish Halls of La Alhambra

A visit to the Granada highlands will serve as a reminder of the influence the Moors had on Iberia for 700 years. The Moorish stronghold known as the Alhambra is a must-see attraction in Spain and one of the most obvious examples of Islam's influence on the Iberian Peninsula. During the final Muslim dynasties in Spain, this palace and castle complex guarded the city's residents against Christian conquest. As you wander around the Alhambra's horseshoe-shaped courtyards, lovely gardens, and breathtaking arabesques, you'll feel as though you've gone back in time.

 

Stroll through Toledo's Jewish quarter

Toledo, a fascinating city where several cultures have traditionally coexisted in peace, is only a short drive from Madrid. Wandering around Toledo's old walled neighborhoods, which are home to monuments from the Jewish, Muslim, and Christian civilizations, is one of the greatest ways to learn about the city's illustrious multicultural heritage. The historic Jewish neighborhood of Toledo, with its winding cobblestone alleys and synagogues, is one of the city's most intriguing areas. One of these synagogues may be the oldest synagogue still existing in Europe, but this claim is debatable.

 

Drink Spain’s most coveted wines in La Rioja

Spanish wines are without a doubt some of the greatest in the world, and the La Rioja area is renowned worldwide for its vineyards, which produce some of the most sought-after bottles on the market. Locals advise visiting Bodegas Muga if you visit Haro, the location of La Batalla del Vino, the largest wine competition in the world. In addition to producing top-notch wine, Bodegas Muga is one of the few wineries left that still builds its own barrels. La Rioja is home to several outstanding vineyards (as well as those that are quite popular with tourists; be sure to ask a local for recommendations on which ones to visit).

 

Visit the Prado National Museum

The Spanish royal collection is kept at the Prado (Museo Nacional del Prado), which is Spain's recognized national museum. Thousands of pieces of art by hundreds of painters, including Bosch, Titian, El Greco, Rubens, Velázquez, and Goya, may be found in the permanent collection of the Prado. The Garden of Earthly Delights by Bosch and Las Meninas by Velázquez are two of the most well-known works in the permanent collection at the Prado. The Prado is a museum in the heart of Madrid that you may visit for a fee with a ticket, but you can also go there for free on certain days and times. In order to not miss the chance to see some of Spain's most famous works of art, consider visiting the Picasso Museum in Malaga or the Dali Museum in Figueres if you aren't going to Madrid.

 

Enjoy all the local cuisine

Great culinary experiences include pintxos in San Sebastian, paella in Valencia, and tapas in Madrid. However, there is a ton more delicious Spanish food to try and enjoy. Other notables from a couple of the nation's 17 regions include:

  • Almadraba tuna in Cadiz–a tuna caught in a special way

  • Chilindrones in the Pyrenees–a roasted red pepper stew

  • Hormigos in La Rioja–a honey-based dessert

  • Fabada in Asturias–a white bean stew

  • Tetilla in Galicia–a soft cheese

 

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