Glorious historic legacy

Prepare for adventure with our stunning destinations

With its favorable temperatures, a flair for eye-catching design and myriad of screensaver-like beaches, there are no surprise travelers flock to Spain for a real holiday experience

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Alhambra and Generalife Guided Tour

This tour is a great choice for travelers interested in historical sites. You’ll save time waiting in long visitor lines by having a skip-the-line entrance ticket to the stunning complex of The Alhambra included.

Best of Barcelona Tour

Delve into the architectural beauty and rich history of Barcelona on a comprehensive full- or half-day tour of the Catalonian capital.

Girona and Costa Brava Tour

Discover the coastal splendor of the Costa Brava region on a full-day trip to Girona and Calella de Palafrugell from Barcelona. Travel through the scenic Catalan countryside, and discover the atmospheric streets of Girona’s medieval Old Town.

Museo del Prado in Madrid

This museum was established in 1819, and it’s one of the 20th most visited museums in the world. It houses one of the world’s best collections of European art (from the 12th century to the early 20th century), and it has the best collection of Spanish art.

Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía in Madrid

Mainly dedicated to Spanish art, especially 20th-century art. In this museum, you can find great collections of Picasso and Dalí.

Museo Picasso in Barcelona

This museum has more de 4,000 works by Pablo Picasso, making it one of the most extensive collections of Picasso in the world. Also, it’s the first museum dedicated to Picasso’s work.

Tips for Travelling to Spain

01. Have a (basic) understanding of the region(s) in Spain you plan to visit

There are 17 autonomous regions, and two autonomous cities: Ceuta and Melilla, in Spain. Each of these regions has its own characteristics, festivities, and traditional food. Five of them have their own languages, and all of them have their own Spanish dialects.

02. Spain doesn’t just speak Spanish

Speaking of the different regions in Spain, there are 6 official languages in Spain. Most people who live in Spain speak Spanish, though it is called Castillian Spanish, but five regions have their own language and speak Castillian Spanish as a second language to their native tongue.

03. Spanish people are proud

There are not so many countries in this world whose people are as proud the Spanish are. And frankly, it’s not necessarily national pride.

Maura Cabrera
Co-Founder of How To Holidays