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A complete journey of discovery around Spain’s key cities, including Madrid and Barcelona! With highlight visits to Cordoba's incredible Mosque and architectural wonders Alhambra & Generalife Gardens in Granada.

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Vacations to Spain

Multi country tours including Spain

Extraordinary Spain Vacation Packages & Tours

 

Take a Spain vacation with our unique tour itineraries from the USA, the UK, and Canada, and discover its magic! 

From sunny beaches to lively cities like Barcelona and Madrid, experience the country’s rich culture, history, cuisine, and warm hospitality. It’s a must-visit destination for travelers seeking inspiration, adventure, and relaxation.

Our packages include your flights, hotels, tours, and inbound transportation. Certain deals may include some meals as well. You may also choose a group or private sightseeing excursion with a local guide.

Keep reading to discover fun and exciting things to do in Spain. Learn invaluable tips to help you plan your trip to the “Land of the Rabbits.”

Trips to Spain from Canada

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The best tours of Spain offer adventure, fun, delicious cuisine, and rich culture. Discover spectacular landscapes and historical structures with magnificent architecture. Immerse yourself in the local way of life for an unforgettable experience.

Must visit attractions include:

  • La Sagrada Familia
  • Las Ramblas
  • Picasso Museum
  • Museo del Prado
  • Alhambra
  • Alcazaba ruins
  • Gran Canaria

Go off the beaten track and explore the nation’s natural wonders and uncover hidden communities in remote villages.

Whether you’re looking for adventure, fun in the sun, breathtaking scenery, grandiose artworks, or delicious cuisine, our Spain vacation has it all.

Top points of interest in Spain


The following popular tourist destinations are top choices in the best guided tours of Spain. Read on to find out why.

Alhambra


Alhambra is a breathtaking palace and fortress complex that has captivated thousands of visitors to Andalusia. The citadel’s fine Moorish architecture and stunning views of the Sierra Nevada mountains makes it one of Spain’s most popular tourist spots.

From the grandiose Nasrid Palaces to the vibrant Generalife Gardens, every inch of the Alhambra is a feast for the senses. Whether you're a history buff, an architecture fan, or photography enthusiast, the Alhambra is a must-see destination that’ll leave you enchanted and inspired.

Barcelona


No Spain vacation from Canada is complete without experiencing captivating Barcelona with its rich history, stunning architecture, and unique culture.

La Sagrada Família showcases Gaudí’s extraordinary craftsmanship dedicated to the Holy Family. Allow the church's vaults and rainbow stained glass to take your breath away.

Las Ramblas, Spain’s famous tree-lined pedestrian street, is a bustling hub of activity. Watch street performers and visit outdoor cafes and a colorful market where you can find anything from fresh produce to souvenirs.

Relax on beautiful beaches and indulge in delicious Catalan cuisine in traditional tapas bars. After a day of following guided tours of Spain, let your hair down for a fun night at Barcelona’s many clubs.

Gran Canaria


Discover Gran Canaria, an island paradise with stunning beaches, warm climate, and breathtaking scenery. Explore towering cliffs to sweeping sand dunes, rugged mountains, and lush forests.

The island’s capital, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, offers a charming mix of old-world architecture and modern amenities. Vegueta is known for its cobbled streets, colonial buildings, and beautiful squares, while Playa de Las Canteras is a popular beach for locals and tourists.

An exciting part of our Spain guided tour vacation package is exploring the Maspalomas golden sand dunes on the island’s southern coast. Be in awe of the contrast between the arid desert-like terrain and the turquoise waters of the Atlantic Ocean.

Madrid


Madrid, Spain’s capital, is known for its elegant architecture, sprawling parks, and impressive art museums. The vibrant city also offers visitors rich culture, delicious cuisine, and exciting nightlife.

The Prado Museum, which houses a vast collection of world-renowned artworks by Velázquez, Goya, and El Greco is a must for art aficionados.

History buffs can expect to marvel at the stunning architecture of the Royal Palace of Madrid, offering a glimpse into Spain’s rich history and culture.

Our Spain multi-day tours also take you to charming neighborhoods, lively markets, and excellent restaurants serving delicious Spanish cuisine. Madrid is sure to leave you wanting more.

Spain: Off the beaten track


Whether you prefer hiking, discovering local gastronomy, or relaxing on the beach, Spain has a plethora of off-the-beaten-track experiences waiting for you. Incredible hidden gems include hidden coves and timeless villages, traverse deserts, wave-battered cliffs, and mountain valleys. 

Visit the medieval town of Albarracín to be awed by its stunning architecture and history. Go back in time when you venture through Valles de Hecho and Ansó and discover three ancient stone-built villages.

When going off the beaten track in Spain, the rugged Costa Brava coastline is a must. Its secluded coves and crystal-clear waters are perfect for snorkeling and diving. Prepare to explore the country beyond the typical tourist hotspots.

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Our all-inclusive trips to Spain include the following features to ensure our customers have a memorable experience.

All included: Flights, hotels, tours & transfers


Our Spain vacation packages are all-inclusive, meaning we take care of your travel arrangements. Enjoy peace of mind as we organize your flights, hotel stays, tours, transportation, and in some cases, your meals.

Consult our travel experts to discuss options and choose your itinerary, then leave everything to us. Focus on the fun and excitement that awaits in Spain knowing you’re in excellent hands.

Spain partially or fully guided tours


We tailor our Spain trips to be all-inclusive to cater to individuals and their unique preferences. Join our local guides on group or private tours. 

You may explore attractions leisurely if you prefer. Let our travel agents know, and they’ll see to the arrangements. Whichever option you choose, expect a fun-filled vacation. We aim to make your experience unforgettable, so if you have special requests, inform us.

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Our travel experts use their knowledge and experience to create all-inclusive Spain vacation packages to include the best locations. When booking our tours, rest assured you’re getting an exciting and memorable escapade.

Besides taking in the sights, immerse in the local culture and feel what it’s like being a native resident. We also provide off the beaten track excursions to explore Spain’s hidden treasures.

Frequently Asked Questions

How many days in Spain is enough?

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While it depends on the individual, most travelers say two weeks is adequate for a Spain vacation. Choose a trip  that covers the key sites.

What is the best time to visit Spain?

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Spain trips are ideal throughout the year. Spring (March–June) is excellent, with long hours of sunshine, while summer (June–September) is perfect for beachgoers. It gets colder from September to March.

What is the rainiest time in Spain?

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When planning a tour of Spain, note that December, January and February have the coldest temperatures and the most rainfall, especially in the north.

What part of Spain is the most beautiful?

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Planning a Spain vacation is challenging as the country is filled with so many idyllic spots that it’s impossible to pick only one. There’s something for everyone.

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European giant, Spain covers most of the Iberian Peninsula and is bordered by Portugal to the west and France to the north. Composed of 17 autonomous regions, each with their own distinct characteristics, you can expect to encounter many different and vibrant cultures and traditions on a tour of Spain.

As well as the varied mainland, Spain also possesses a number of island territories, such as the Canary Islands and the Balearic Islands. Food, fiestas and a formidable national pride, Spain has long been the object of travelers affections for its laid-back atmosphere, sleepy seaside towns, and culture-filled cities. 

Madrid is the country’s capital, known for its museums and fantastic nightlife, but the cities of Barcelona, Granada, and Valencia are equally as popular with tourists due to their own abundant sights and attractions. Art and creativity run through the veins of almost all facets of Spanish life from surprising festivals to the imaginative and other-worldly architecture of Gaudi and the soul-stirring dance of flamenco. 

You are sure to fall in love with the passionate nature of the country and its people when you take a holiday to Spain. The country is home to the third most UNESCO World Heritage Sites in the world, after Italy and China, so you can rest assured there is plenty to see and do away from the generic beach resorts.

 

History of Spain

Famously the center of the globe-spanning Spanish Empire, before it’s own imperial power, Spain played host to a number of great civilizations, ranging from the Phoenicians to the GreeksCelts, and Romans

The Moors of the Umayyad Islamic Caliphate ruled most the Iberian peninsula from the year 726, their reign lasting almost 700 years and stretching across most of the country’s territory. On a tour of Spain, particularly of the southern regions such as Andalusia, you are sure to see the relics of this mighty empire for yourself in the unique architecture and buildings such as Granada’s phenomenal Alhambra.

Several conflicts were fought between the Christian northern kingdoms of Spain and the Moors, resulting in a unified Spain under Catholic monarchs by the late 15th-century. Soon, the kingdom of Spain would be known as the world’s first global empire, spanning from South America in the New World to the Philippines in Asia

Spain’s global influence remained right up until the second half of the 20th-century. Contemporary Spain has overcome a turbulent 20th-century in its own lands, marred by civil-war and fascism. Nevertheless, Spain today is both a secular parliamentary democracy and a parliamentary monarchy, with King Felipe VI as king and head of state. 

 

Nature in Spain

With mountains, islands, beaches, forests, lakes, and vineyards, Spain boasts an incredibly diverse terrain and is home to the most UNESCO Biosphere Reserves in the world. 

Although you might be tempted to bask in the grandeur of the cities or the beauty of the beach resorts during your package holiday to Spain, there are a number of natural attractions that are worth leaving the sun lounger for! 

One such wonder is the idyllic peaks of the ‘Picos de Europa’, which stretch across the regions of Asturias, Cantabria, and Castile & Leon. The surrounding national park of the same name is a brilliant destination for hiking and home to pretty, verdant landscapes. The area is sometimes called the ‘Lake district of Spain’. 

In the north of the country, the Pyrenees stands out for their natural beauty. This emblematic mountain range is contained within several national parks and is a popular skiing destination during the winter months. It also forms a natural border between Spain and France. 

Amazingly, another of Spain’s most popular ski resorts is situated in the southern region of Andalusia; the Sierra Nevada is one of Europe’s most southerly ski resorts, home to alpine forests and gorgeous natural landscapes. It’s snow-capped peaks rise out of the temperate Andalusian lowlands, so it is possible to visit both the beaches of the Costa del Sol and the ski resorts of the Sierra Nevada in the same day during a tour of Spain!

The diversity of nature in Spain continues to surprise visitors who venture to the unique Canary Islands. Here, on the island of Lanzarote, you can find the impressive Timanfaya Volcano and watch its volcanic geysers shoot hot water into the air. The black sand beaches are another highlight of this part of Spain.

 

Culture of Spain

Many visitors that choose a holiday to Spain are attracted by the country’s laid-back atmosphere and late-night culture. It is true that the Spanish prefer to eat their dinner late in the evening, usually around nine or ten o’clock but, with the exception of the hottest summer days, the siesta is not as widely enjoyed as you might think, although smaller shops tend to close for a couple of hours in the afternoons. 

Traditional culture in Spain has strong ties to Catholicism, but it is also influenced by the Mediterranean climate and the waves of foreign invaders that left their mark over the centuries. 

Spain’s artistic traditions are respected worldwide, having produced a countless number of daring and groundbreaking artists such as Salvador Dali, Joan Miro, Pablo Picasso, and Antonio Gaudi, to name but a few. Romantic painters such as Goya and Velazquez have also attracted international acclaim. 

The arts are encouraged and celebrated in everyday life in Spain, and perhaps the most well-known illustration of this is the flamenco, an eternal dance, and art-form based on folkloric traditions and still widely practiced today. A trip to Spain is incomplete without watching a flamenco performance. The country is also known for its regional traditions and unique festivals. Bull-runningLa Tomatina, the fires of Fallas and the Holy Week Parades are just a few examples of Spain’s diverse cultural heritageA holiday to Spain is a chance to adopt a slower pace of life whilst simultaneously indulging your senses in the vibrant nightlife, unique traditions and soul-stirring artistic passions of this historic and unbeatable destination. Head to the land of Don Quixote and discover, for yourself, that there is much more to Spain than its much-loved beach resorts.

  • Entry requirements

    Passport with a minimum of 3 months validity required.

  • Visa

    Visa not required for stays of up to 90 days.

  • Time zone

    UTC + 1

  • Currency

    Euro

  • Language

    Spanish

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  • Electricity

    Type C & F 230V 50Hz

  • Other useful information

    Cars drive on the right-hand side of the road in Spain.

  • Health

    No vaccines required.

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