Spain Tours & Vacations

From towering cathedral spires to a shared jug of sangria, it’s passion that ties Spain together.

Passion is the constant across Spain’s diverse regions and cultures, from the twirling skirts of flamenco dancers in Seville to the tears of pilgrims arriving in Santiago de Compostela. Despite (or perhaps because of) its complicated history, Spain has produced some of the most moving art in the world – and we’re not just talking about Gaudi’s architecture and Dali’s melting clocks. Here, art isn’t just in the grand architecture and museums around the country. It’s in the jamón expertly cured by a family who has been making it for centuries, and vibrant festivals that bring whole cities together. Like its art, Spain offers something for everyone.

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Walk the Camino de Santiago

Margaret · Traveled May 2024
Review submitted 27 May 2024

Best of Spain

Glenys · Traveled May 2024
A great way to see Spain. All the places visited were interesting and at times amazing. Lucia is a fantastic guide. Informative, friendly and always willing to go the extra mile to help. Food was exceptional. The choice of eating places offered the opportunity to try local dishes at very reasonable prices. Would highly recommend the Best Of Spain
Review submitted 29 May 2024

Premium Northern Spain

Brian · Traveled May 2024
A feast for your eyes and culinary experience. Variety and comfort all the way. Thoroughly recommend this trip
Review submitted 23 May 2024

Walk the Camino de Santiago

Janet · Traveled May 2024
Our intrepid tour guide was exceptionally organised, took us to excellent places to eat, sampling gala Ian food. She was well informed of the area and enthusiastic to share her knowledge.
Review submitted 19 May 2024

Walk the Camino de Santiago

Lucy · Traveled May 2024
This trip was fantastic -the group, the walking and the Spanish food and wine! Don't underestimate the walking itself, you are walking from 8am to 4pm with a few stops along the way. Also be prepared for the Galician much rain as well as sun. Ponchos and waterproof trousers are helpful! We averaged about 4km an hour in pace, with a lot of up and down hills. Make sure to get some training in beforehand to ensure you enjoy it whilst there!
Review submitted 20 May 2024

Spain at a glance


    Madrid (6.9 million)


    47.5 million






    (GMT+01:00) Madrid winter, (GMT+02:00) Madrid summer




    Type C (European 2-pin) Type F (German 2-pin, side clip earth)

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