Spain is part of you.
Spain is wherever your imagination takes you. From history, culture and food, to art and architecture, this southern European destination offers a range of exciting activities for every traveller.
Visit Madrid and Barcelona, the two main gateways to Spain, where museums are aplenty and just a short walk from each other.
In Madrid, explore the “Art Walk” which takes you to the city’s most visited museums such as the Prado Museum, the Queen Sofia Museum and the Thyssen Bornemisza Museum – and don’t forget there are over 30 more museums to discover!
In Barcelona, be awe-inspired by the architectural wonders of Antoni Gaudi and on the main street of Passeig de Gracia, visit Casa Batlo and Casa Milla, designed by the same architect who built the La Sagrada Familia church.
If Mediterranean cities are more your style, the southern cities of Valencia and Malaga await to be explored.
UNESCO World Heritage Sites
Pick from 15^ UNESCO World Heritage sites located all over Spain and set your sights on some of the most monumental and historical treasures, natural landscapes, and preserved vestiges from different periods of world civilisation. A history of centuries of domination by the Visigoths, Celtics, Iberics, Romans, Arabs, Jews and Christians has left behind strong architectural wonders, arts and a culture that sets Spain apart from other countries in Europe.
Nature & Landscapes
For those who love to be immersed in nature, Spain should be in your top list. Its diverse and breathtaking landscapes will never fail to amaze you.
In the country with the most number of Biosphere Reserves in the world, you can expect to feel close to the beauty of nature.
Spain´s Natural Parks are also known for its outstanding ecological wealth. Here you will find it all: lakes, mountains, volcanoes, caves, forests, valleys and cliffs with marvelous views.
When you discover Spain, a part of it remains with you.
^The 15 UNESCO World Heritage sites are: Alcala de Henares, Avila, Baeza, Caceres, Cordoba, Cuenca, Ibiza, Merida, Salamanca, San Cristobal La Lagua, Santiago de Compostela, Segovia, Tarragona, Toledo, and Ubeda.