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From bustling modern cities like Barcelona and Madrid, to the rich Moorish heritage of Seville, Spain is a country of contrasts. Explore the quirky Catalan architecture of Barcelona, shop ‘til you drop in Madrid’s swanky boutiques or experience the impassioned flamenco dance in a traditional bar in Seville – the choice is yours.

Do as the Spanish do and pair a glass of cold beer with a few tapas dishes. Tuck into albóndigas (pork meatballs), higados de pollo al vino de Jerez (chicken livers braised in sherry) and gambas al ajillo (prawns cooked in olive oil and garlic).

Madrid’s Calle de Serrano is dotted with high-end boutiques from some of Spain’s trendiest designer labels. In Barcelona, head to Plaça de Sant Josep Oriol, a quaint, cobbled street featuring quirky handicraft shops and an outdoor art market. For vintage clothing and souvenirs, check out Seville’s lively Alfalfa district.

Must See

Basilica of the Sagrada Familia
Gaudi’s grand Art Nouveau church in Barcelona, left unfinished at the time of his death in 1926.
Prado Museum

Prado Museum
Located in central Madrid, the Prado Museum is home to one of the world’s finest collections of European art.

Estadio Santiago Bernabéu
This iconic football stadium is home to one of the most famous football teams in the world, Real Madrid.

Plaza de Espana
Built for the Spanish-American Exhibition in 1929, this majestic pavilion in Seville features grand boulevards, lush gardens and a 500-metre long canal.

Must Do

Visit Granada to experience the splendour of the Moorish Alhambra fortress.

Experience the soundtrack of Seville with a traditional flamenco show.

Tuck into olives, chorizo and Manchego cheese at an authentic tapas bar.

Follow in the steps of Christian pilgrims from the Middle Ages and walk part of the 800km Camino de Santiago route.