Spain Tour Packages 2016 & 2017
Considering a Spain tour?
Here you will find a wonderful selection of Spain tours, rail journeys and Spain vacation packages.
To get a feel for the country, we recommend a tour or vacation that is at least 8 days long, plus your overnight flight to Spain. Some of the most popular trips in this time frame cover the areas between Barcelona and Madrid. You will often have a couple of nights in each city along with Cordoba, Seville and Granada.
Spain occupies about 80 percent of the Iberian Peninsula in southwestern Europe. In the north, Spain borders France and Andorra; the Pyrenees form the natural border. Our Spain tours vary from escorted tours and small group travel, to cruise tours, rail vacations and private guided trips, all from reputable tour operators that have been in the business for 50+ years.
Things to Do While Visiting Spain...Top attractions in Spain include:
- The Alhambra Palace, Grenada
- The architecture of Antoni Gaudi, Barcelona
- The Prado Museum, Madrid
- Seville's ancient Cathedral, the largest in Spain
- The white villages of Andalucia
- Stroll the lively Ramblas, Barcelona's main thoroughfare, from the Columbus monument at the harbour to Plaça de Catalunya, the city centre. You'll come across artists, musicians and entertainers along the way as well as historic buildings, some great coffee shops, restaurants and trendy shops.
- Take in a dramatic Flamenco show with lunch or dinner. Combining singers, dancers, guitarists and colourful costumes, the art of Flamenco is the soul of Spain and is found today in various styles throughout the country.
- Immerse yourself in the culture by taking a language class, a Flamenco dance or guitar lesson or a winery tour and tasting.
Best Time to Travel to Spain:
Spain Tours Through Some Of The Most Beautiful Cities Of The Iberian Peninsula...what you will see.
Spain tours are best taken in April, May and early June as well as September and October. Of course you can go in the summer as well, but it is hotter and more crowded.
Spain Quick Facts:
U.S. Citizens only need a passport to travel to Spain (no Visas). The currency of Spain is the Euro. Credit cards are accepted throughout Spain and you should have no problems using them in larger shops and restaurants. Smaller shops and vendors may require cash. Voltage for outlets is 230V. U.S. voltage is usually 110 so you will need a converter. Food specialties in Spain include fresh seafood, paella, tortilla (Spanish omelet) cured ham, caramel custard desserts, fine wines and sherry.
Spain, the country of stunning beaches, lots of sunshine, flamenco-music and bullfights, has much more than that to offer. Spain is, and has been for thousands of years, one of the top-cultural centers of Europe. There are admirable, antique cities, ancient monuments, as well as futuristic architectures that are waiting to be discovered by travelers.