Spend a few days exploring the beauty of the countryside, appreciating the grandeur of the architecture or relaxing in timeless surroundings.
The capital, and the largest city of Spain, Madrid has a wide range of interesting landmarks and is considered one of the top European destinations for art galleries and museums. Visitors to this region should also experience Segovia’s aqueduct, the town walls of Avila, the old city of Salamanca and the ‘Imperial City’ of Toledo, which is surrounded on three sides by the Tagus river and contains many historical sites.
Featuring prominently in the history of Europe and the Mediterranean, the culture of Andalucia has been shaped by so many inﬂuences. Visitors are particularly drawn by the golden triangle of Seville, Cordoba and Granada, or the popular coastal towns.
The Catalonia region centres around Barcelona with its rich cultural heritage. Further north, explore the beautiful Pyrenees; or travel down the coast to enjoy beautiful scenery, the historical towns of Valencia and Alicante and coastal resorts such as Denia and Javea.
To the north of the country, the cities of Santiago de Compostela and Bilbao are varied and interesting. There are many historical landmarks to view in Burgos and Oviedo and a high density of Michelin-starred restaurants in San Sebastian.