Things to do
Majestic Madrid in one go - Modern yet incredibly old, the Spanish capital of Madrid is famous for its throbbing architecture and scintillating spectacles. Scroll through Madrid's numerous medieval mansions, royal palaces, and Gothic churches that provide a picture-perfect backdrop for present metropolitan life.
Wine tour of Ribera Del Duero - Spain produces some of the world's most exquisite wine. Drive to Ribera Del Duero, the heart of the Ribera Del Duero region. Explore countries major wine regions, styles of wine and detailed maps of the unique geography, climate and soil. Visit wineries and get a chance to taste cellared wines.
Barcelona and medieval gothic architecture - Admire Barcelona Cathedral (Cathedral of the Holy Cross and Saint Eulalia), one of the magnificent Gothic church located in front of Placa de la Seu, in the charming Gothic Quarter of Barcelona. The Cathedral of Saint Eulalia is still one of the largest and most imposing structure represents Gothic-style, Catalan architecture dating back to the 13th century!
Enjoy a 'Tapas' dinner - Accompany a Spanish local to quaint bars and taverns, and get introduced to an entire neighborhood specializing in Tapas - Spain's very own culinary trait. Take an entertaining cue from the Spaniards by serving a series of shareable small plates. Stop at traditional tavern and a visit some of the oldest taverns of Madrid.
Best time to visit March - May
Spain enjoys a continental climate. The best time to visit the country is in the fall (September to November) or spring (March to May). Peak tourist season is summer. Autumn is a particularly attractive season, bringing golden colours to its varied landscapes. The warm temperatures normally continue through to late October, making this time of year one of the most recommendable for visiting the city.
How to reach
There are many airports in Spain located on mainland and islands.
Each airport varies in size and offers many flights to and from Spain.
Madrid Barajas Airport, Barcelona Airport and Palma De Mallorca Airports are some of the busiest.
Almost all airports cover both international and domestic operations, and also to regional locations around Europe.
There are excellent air connections between the major Spanish cities. All flights are shorter than two hours (except the ones to the Canary Islands).
Spain has good transport system allows you to get around the city quickly and safely by bus, metro, train or taxi.
Radio taxis and Tele taxies are easily accessible.
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