Sagrada Familia in Barcelona

From the Pyrenees to the Mediterranean, and from there to the Atlantic, Spain is more diverse than stereotypes would have you believe.

Flamenco and bullfighting may be Spanish, but neither defines this Iberian country. You’ll get to witness a wide range of culture in Spain – more than you’d expect. 


It is one of the fewest countries that has been flourished by several influential civilizations, from the ancient monuments abandoned by the Romans and Moors, the middle ages turmoil between Muslims and Christian, later the Spanish Empire to the modern vibrant cities of Barcelona and Madrid. 

Other cities in Spain include Malaga, Seville, Valencia, Grenada, Marbella, Bilbao, Cordoba, Salamanca, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Palma but to mention a few.


The landscape varies just as widely. The evergreen estuaries of Galicia could hardly be more different from the deserts of Almería or the rugged mountains of the Sierra Nevada. And then there are the countless glittering beaches that dot the Spanish coast.

 Expect history, good food, and plenty of sun – all in healthy doses.