Rich history, cultural influences, art, natural beauty and world-renowned gastronomy will make choosing a Spanish holiday destination a difficult decision, but wherever you go, you will not go wrong.
Barcelona has developed a reputation as an international party destination. But you knew that already, right? After all, that’s why you’re headed to Spain’s second largest city. The clubs, bars, restaurants, theaters, and street scenes are all part of the larger party atmosphere that awaits those who know where to look.
The activities and tours below can help you make the most of your time in Barcelona. From food and wine to viewing the architecture and art of the city, all of the activities below are highly recommended by other travelers not just for the sights and attractions, but also for the service and the affordable prices.
Spain is a country filled with bustling life, mouth-watering food, scenic beauty, rich culture, Moorish architecture, and of course, some of the wildest and most amazing festivals. Surely, Spain is a place you would want to visit. And if you visit once, you are bound to go again. Traveling all of Spain at once can be pretty expensive, but don’t worry because we got your back! We will show you how to have a great time in Spain in a limited budget.
Visiting a foreign country can be intimidating for some, but learning a few important phrases can help ensure you make the most of your experience. If you’re heading to Spain, it can be helpful to pick up a bit of the language before you hit the road.
One of my favorite areas in Spain is Andalusia, which is full of amazing National Parks and lovely little villages. You could easily spend weeks exploring this beautiful region, but if you have less time, this 3-day road trip itinerary will guide you through several of Andalusia’s highlights.
When you take a luxury trip, it can be very expensive. Here, we’re going to give you some tips on how to have a luxury vacations without breaking the bank.
If you’re getting ready to head to Barcelona, there are various specifics to iron out even if you’ve been to the popular destination in Spain before. One of the things to consider is undoubtedly where you’ll stay. Since many people don’t have the option of making their friends’ guest rooms their temporary homes while away from home, they often stay in hotels. Although a hotel is probably the most commonly available accommodation option, it’s not the only choice.
With this practical planning guide to Barcelona, find out how much you’ll need to spend on activities and tickets in this amazing Spanish city.
Barcelona is not cheap, but it’s actually not too expensive either. With this ultimate travel planning guide, find out how much you need to spend on activities, food, nightlife, day trips, and more.