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Spain things to do & places to visit

Spain offers you the shores of Mediterranean Sea, Oceans fashion boutiques and shopping centres, a visual pleasure of historical palaces, walking through beautiful parks, romantic evenings with flamenco and animal magnetism of bullfighting.

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Regions in Spain 4

Madrid in MadridMadrid

The bright capital of Spain, the decoration of the country, where you can go shopping, spend several days studying the masterpieces of painting, stroll among historic buildings and relax in the enchanting parks.

likes in Madrid430Things to do in Madrid27Places to visit in Madrid17
Barcelona in BarcelonaBarcelona

The capital of Catalonia, where mods come from all over the world, here you can see how harmoniously weave in city architecture ancient palaces and modern office buildings.

likes in Barcelona263Things to do in Barcelona33Places to visit in Barcelona23
Valencia in ValenciaValencia

The region in the south-west of Spain, which includes three provinces: Castellón with a mountainous landscape, the administrative center of the Valencia region with aquarium, and the city of festivals - Alicante where low-cost airlines mostly fly to.

likes in Valencia93Things to do in Valencia10Places to visit in Valencia8
Seville in SevilleSeville

The city that, according to legend, was founded by Hercules, offers travelers the opportunity to stroll among the numerous towers and fortresses, see the bullfight and visit the birthplace of flamenco.

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Things to do in Spain 82

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See a bullfight in MadridSee a bullfight in MadridJoan Naples#1 of 27 things to do in Madrid

You have a chance to see the cruel bullfighting, which is banned in many countries, from the best places on the arena.

€14Las Ventas
See flamenco in a tablao in MadridSee flamenco in a tablao in MadridWALLis#2 of 27 things to do in Madrid

Madrid is the capital of flamenco and you can enjoy this fiery dance in tablao, a restaurant with a stage for flamenco.

€35
See the Changing of the Guard in MadridSee the Changing of the Guard in MadridEugene Krasowski#3 of 27 things to do in Madrid

Near the Royal Palace the Changing of the Guard ceremony takes place, which is definitely worth seeing!

FREERoyal Palace of Madrid
Dance on the roof of the Roof Bar in MadridDance on the roof of the Roof Bar in MadridMaría Alejandra#4 of 27 things to do in Madrid

You can have a great time in the company of locals at the terrace of The Roof bar, where you will find the coolest parties of the city.

€15The Roof Bar
Enjoy the city view from the gallery of the Royal Palace in MadridEnjoy the city view from the gallery of the Royal Palace in MadridEugene Krasowski#5 of 27 things to do in Madrid

There is a gallery in the residence of the Kings of Spain where you can find a stunning view of Madrid.

€8Royal Palace of Madrid
See the sunset on the observation deck of the Egyptian temple in MadridSee the sunset on the observation deck of the Egyptian temple in MadridHarper Fuller#6 of 27 things to do in Madrid

On the terrace of the ancient Egyptian temple you will see the most beautiful sunset in Madrid.

FREEDebod Temple
Drink coffee on the terrace with the best views of Madrid in MadridDrink coffee on the terrace with the best views of Madrid in MadridMaybe Me#7 of 27 things to do in Madrid

Take the lift to the terrace and you will be amazed of beauty that opens in front of you!

€4Tartan Roof Restaurant
Take part in the battle of the flowers at the Gran Fira de Valencia in ValenciaTake part in the battle of the flowers at the Gran Fira de Valencia in ValenciaLina#1 of 10 things to do in Valencia

Get in the rain of carnations in Valencia and collect an arsenal of the scattered flowers.

FREE
Have a dinner in the oldest restaurant in the world in MadridHave a dinner in the oldest restaurant in the world in MadridJ Carr#8 of 27 things to do in Madrid

Take suckling lamb and a glass of wine in the oldest restaurant in the world.

€25Botin Restaurant
See the procession of sheep through the city in MadridSee the procession of sheep through the city in MadridKateryna Plakhotna#9 of 27 things to do in Madrid

Every year flocks of sheep pass through the central streets, where they are greeted by the locals.

FREE
Try chorizo in BarcelonaTry chorizo in BarcelonaJimena#1 of 33 things to do in Barcelona

The star of Catalan cuisine is a spicy chorizo - cured sausage with the paprika, which is worth a try on a par with the famous jamon.

€3
Try gazpacho in MadridTry gazpacho in Madridoddviser#10 of 27 things to do in Madrid

In the hottest time of the year the only thing can help you against heat - the most famous Spanish cold soup gazpacho!

€4
Walk in the Sabatini Gardens in MadridWalk in the Sabatini Gardens in MadridJ Carr#11 of 27 things to do in Madrid

Near the Royal Palace you can relax on a bench next to the noisy fountains and green idols made of boxwood and privet.

FREESabatini Gardens
Enjoy Madrid from the roof of Circulo de Bellas Artes in MadridEnjoy Madrid from the roof of Circulo de Bellas Artes in MadridMaybe Me#12 of 27 things to do in Madrid

Use the lift, reach the roof and see the sunset on the best viewing platform.

€4Circulo de Bellas Artes
Walk through the rose garden in the city park in MadridWalk through the rose garden in the city park in Madridoddviser#13 of 27 things to do in Madrid

Take a walk through one of the largest rosaries that's annually updated with new types of flowers.

FREEParque del Oeste
Take a walk through La Rambla in BarcelonaTake a walk through La Rambla in BarcelonaMaría Alejandra#2 of 33 things to do in Barcelona

You must visit the most important street of Barcelona - the calling card of this city, where you can see a real Spain.

FREELa Rambla
Drink water from a Canaletes fountain in BarcelonaDrink water from a Canaletes fountain in Barcelonaoddviser#3 of 33 things to do in Barcelona

If you want to come back to Barcelona - make a wish near the fountain and it will come true!

FREECanaletes Fountain
Take a part in La Tomatina in ValenciaTake a part in La Tomatina in ValenciaAnna Tet#2 of 10 things to do in Valencia

Celebrate the summer at the main Spanish fiesta - La Tomatina, and struggle in tomato battle. This happens only once a year!

€50
Get on the top of the Lighthouse of Moncloa in MadridGet on the top of the Lighthouse of Moncloa in MadridWALLis#14 of 27 things to do in Madrid

In Madrid you will notice the Lighthouse of Moncloa - TV tower with the best observation deck at the top.

€3Lighthouse of Moncloa
Have a picnic on the Square of Spain in MadridHave a picnic on the Square of Spain in MadridKateryna Plakhotna#15 of 27 things to do in Madrid

Go on a picnic in the heart of Madrid, the Square of Spain, which is surrounded by fountains and statues.

FREESquare of Spain
Try tortilla in MadridTry tortilla in MadridAbarrane#16 of 27 things to do in Madrid

Order tortilla with potatoes, eggs and onions in a local restaurant for a breakfast and feel yourself like a real Spaniard.

€10
Try churros in MadridTry churros in Madridoddviser#17 of 27 things to do in Madrid

You should to follow the example of Spanish at breakfast and try churros - delicious choux based snack.

€4
Find zero kilometer on Puerta del Sol in MadridFind zero kilometer on Puerta del Sol in MadridJ Carr#18 of 27 things to do in Madrid

Find the center of Madrid, where all the Spanish roads start.

FREEPuerta del Sol
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Places to visit in Spain 56

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Royal Palace of Madrid in MadridRoyal Palace of Madrid in Madrid#1 of 17 places to visit in Madrid

The residence of the Kings of Spain, where you can look at the decoration of the luxurious rooms, see works of famous painters, and once a month see the changing of the guard.

Las Ventas in MadridLas Ventas in Madrid#2 of 17 places to visit in Madrid

Las Ventas bullring is one of the biggest and most famous bullring in the world, all bullfighters in the world want to be on this arena.

The Roof Bar in MadridThe Roof Bar in Madrid#3 of 17 places to visit in Madrid

The bar is located at the top of the hotel Melia and is considered bohemian place where you can meet the "golden youth" of Madrid and find the coolest parties in town.

Puerta del Sol in MadridPuerta del Sol in Madrid#4 of 17 places to visit in Madrid

The central area of the city where is a zero kilometer, all roads of Madrid begin, and where is a symbol of the city - the bear with strawberry tree.

Tartan Roof Restaurant in MadridTartan Roof Restaurant in Madrid#5 of 17 places to visit in Madrid

The restaurant on the roof of the Círculo de Bellas Artes with incredible views of Madrid and the excellent cuisine of different countries.

Debod Temple in MadridDebod Temple in Madrid#6 of 17 places to visit in Madrid

The unique building for Spain, which was built in Egypt about 2000 years ago and was dedicated to the goddess Isis. Now it is located in the West Park.

Botin Restaurant in MadridBotin Restaurant in Madrid#7 of 17 places to visit in Madrid

The oldest restaurant in the world, where worked as a waiter Goya, and at one table wrote books Ernest Hemingway.

Park Guell in BarcelonaPark Guell in Barcelona#1 of 23 places to visit in Barcelona

Park decorated with the creative hand of the architect Gaudi, which gave the park the surrealistic motives till this days surprises with its beauty and originality.

Barceloneta Beach in BarcelonaBarceloneta Beach in Barcelona#2 of 23 places to visit in Barcelona

The best sandy beach of Barcelona, a favourite place of young people and married couples. Here you can do sports or just relax on a comfortable sunbed.

Sabatini Gardens in MadridSabatini Gardens in Madrid#8 of 17 places to visit in Madrid

Located on the site of the former stables, the gardens are made in French style, and considered to be a decoration of the Royal Palace.

La Rambla in BarcelonaLa Rambla in Barcelona#3 of 23 places to visit in Barcelona

The main pedestrian street of the city, a kind of Mecca for travellers who want to feel the rhythm of the city and see the life of locals.

Circulo de Bellas Artes in MadridCirculo de Bellas Artes in Madrid#9 of 17 places to visit in Madrid

It is located on the main street of Madrid - Gran Via, this building is not very popular among traveler and not all inhabitants of Madrid are aware of its existence.

The Labyrinth Park Horta in BarcelonaThe Labyrinth Park Horta in Barcelona#4 of 23 places to visit in Barcelona

The Labyrinth Park Horta is a model of garden art of the 18-19th centuries and true oasis away from the bubbling center of Barcelona as well.

La Reserva del Castillo de las Guardas in SevilleLa Reserva del Castillo de las Guardas in Seville#1 of 8 places to visit in Seville

Spend a few days in the park - watch the sea lions' show, stroll through the reserve and have a nap in a bungalow.

Canaletes Fountain in BarcelonaCanaletes Fountain in Barcelona#5 of 23 places to visit in Barcelona

The most favourite fountain among locals, you can drink water from it and then you will certainly return again in Barcelona.

Plaza de Toros de la Maestranza in SevillePlaza de Toros de la Maestranza in Seville#2 of 8 places to visit in Seville

The Maestranza bullfighting arena is a famous place where you can see the corrida. And the museum of corrida is also located here.

Lighthouse of Moncloa in MadridLighthouse of Moncloa in Madrid#10 of 17 places to visit in Madrid

A notable TV tower is hundred meters high and provides the best views of the city from its observation deck.

Square of Spain in MadridSquare of Spain in Madrid#11 of 17 places to visit in Madrid

This is the main square of Madrid, the largest square in Spain and the place where the most beautiful buildings of the city are located.

Parque del Oeste in MadridParque del Oeste in Madrid#12 of 17 places to visit in Madrid

In Oeste Park, in front of the Plaza of Spain, you can ride a cable car, stroll among the roses and see the Egyptian temple that was built 4 centuries ago.

Tibidabo mountainTibidabo mountain in Barcelona (coming soon)#6 of 23 places to visit in Barcelona

The mountain is located at an altitude of 512 meters above sea and it's the highest point of Barcelona famous for the Temple of the Sacred Heart and the amusement park.

Gracia Quarter in BarcelonaGracia Quarter in Barcelona#7 of 23 places to visit in Barcelona

The youth quarter in Barcelona, mostly populated by the bohemian, every summer becomes a carnival and bright scenery place for the week.

Columbus Monument in BarcelonaColumbus Monument in Barcelona#8 of 23 places to visit in Barcelona

Monument stands on an area of Portal de la Pau, near the city's port, where Columbus' ships were moored after his discovery of the New World.

Poble Espanyol in BarcelonaPoble Espanyol in Barcelona#9 of 23 places to visit in Barcelona

Located on the mountain of Montjuic, the village is a unique place in Barcelona, where you will see the most beautiful buildings of medieval Spain, made with the highest accuracy.

Catedral de ValenciaCatedral de Valencia in Valencia (coming soon)#1 of 8 places to visit in Valencia

The main cathedral of Valencia represents a variety of architectural styles from the Romanesque to Neoclassicism. Here you will find the Grail and Goya paintings.

Tours in Spain 4

The Gothic Quarter's secretsThe Gothic Quarter's secrets

Find out how the heart of Catalonia's capital looked like two thousand years ago - before the warriors, architectural strife and manipulation of the city authorities.

€80/tour
Your first date with BarcelonaYour first date with Barcelona

Taking the uniquely arranged excursion you'll get acquainted with Barcelona as it really is and find out all the necessary life hacks travelling around.

€70+/person€70/tour
Biking in BarcelonaBiking in Barcelona

Choose the fascinating bike ride instead of two-day walking tour of Barcelona, which will take only a few hours to watch all the main sightseeing spots.

€120/tour
The whole truth about the independence of CataloniaThe whole truth about the independence of Catalonia

During the excursion you'll find out why Barcelona doesn't rate itself as a part of Spain and what the Catalan language is.

€80/tour