Andalucia is a region in the southern part of Spain, home to amazing beaches along Costa del Sol and Costa de la Luz, as well as the Sierra Nevada mountain range.

Two of the most important Spanish cities are located in this region: Granada and Seville.


Barcelona is highly popular among tourists both for its sightseeing and the nightlife. Stroll along the boulevards, check out the morning market, and then head to the museums or to the beach. Make sure not to miss visiting Sagrada Familia. Enjoy the views of the city and then dance the night away in one of the nightclubs. Fancy watching soccer matches? Then why not come during the season and enjoy Barca’s victories together with the locals.

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Canary Islands

The incredible weather all year round attracts the tourists like magnet. Enjoy the beaches, explore the national parks, go scuba diving and even shop. In the evening, try the local cuisine and then dance the night away in one of the clubs.




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Costa Brava

Located in the northern part of Spain, Costa Brava comprises both pebbled and sandy beaches. Enjoy the sun on one of the beaches or explore the not so known fishing village of Tossa de Mar. Costa Brava is also popular among scuba divers.


The world’s most famous party island, Ibiza is crowded with tourist and famous DJs all summer (from June to September). Wake up at noon, then soak up the sun, go to a pre-party and enjoy the sun set. Afterwards, head to one of the famous nightclubs and dance the night away.

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Madrid is Spain’s capital and is most famous for its cultural and historical heritage. Explore the city’s main squares or visit Palacio Real. Shop or relax in the park. In the evening go to Templo de Debod for a magnificent sun set. Enjoy the local cuisine and then head to one of the nightclubs.

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The Old Quarter of Toldeo is often an overlooked gem of Toldeo, a town in Castilla La Mancha region. Also don’t miss visiting the cathedral perched on top of the hill. You will be stunned by its size.


Valencia is a charming old Spanish city and there is a lot to do and see here. Explore the old city and the medieval tower, visit the churches and stroll along the narrow streets. Enjoy the local cuisine and explore the nightlife.

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