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8 NIGHTS: Madrid (2N) → Valencia (2N) → Malaga (2N) → Barcelona (2N)

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10 NIGHTS: Barcelona (3N) → Seville (4N) → Madrid (3N)

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10 NIGHTS: Barcelona (3N) → Seville (4N) → Madrid (3N)

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10 NIGHTS: Barcelona (2N) → Ibiza (2N) → Majorca (2N) → Malaga (2N) → Madrid (2N)

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18 NIGHTS: Lisbon (4N) → Lagos (2N) → Seville (5N) → Tenerife (3N) → Barcelona (4N)

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13 NIGHTS: Mechelen (1N) → Barcelona (2N) → Brussels (2N) → Antwerp (2N) → Paris (3N) → Valencia (1N) → Malaga (2N)

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11 NIGHTS: Lisbon (3N) → Seville (4N) → Barcelona (4N)

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20 NIGHTS: Rome (2N) → Florence (2N) → Venice (2N) → Milan (2N) → Prague (2N) → Amsterdam (2N) → Paris (2N) → Barcelona (2N) → Valencia (2N) → Madrid (2N)

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11 NIGHTS: Mechelen (2N) → Barcelona (3N) → Ibiza (2N) → Brussels (3N) → Lisbon (1N)

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From adventure, entertainment, architecture and sports, Spain offers much to the intrepid travellers, who've embarked on a honeymoon to this wonderland. The adventure sports addicts wouldn't want to miss out on the San Fermin Festival which is a weeklong extravaganza taking place in July. The popular architectural wonder, the Sagrada Familia, a curiously unfinished church that attracts much attention is a place you don't want to miss at any cost. Casa Batllo, the Royal Palace of Madrid and Palau de la Musica Orfeo Catala will prove to be a delight for history and art lovers.

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Frequently asked questions

What are the top attractions in Spain?
Spain is a large country, and given its unparalleled history, the magical and must-do things are ample in number. The popular festivals like La Tomatina, Pamplona Bull Running, La Feria de Sevilla of flamenco is a must in your Spain itinerary. Apart from this, a visit to the Cabo de Gata desert, the only one in Europe, colossal chambers with grandiose ceilings in The Alhambra and chilling by the beach in Benalmadena should be included in your Spain tour package. If you're in for honeymoon vacation, you are up for some romantic getaway in Spain. An idyllic Spain honeymoon package promises adventure, culture, romance and a lot more - starting with that early morning hot air balloon ride over Barcelona.
What is the best time to travel to Spain?
The best time to visit Spain would be between June and September when the outdoors can be enjoyed the best. August end is a good pick given the country's iconic La Tomatina festival is celebrated around this time.
What is the ideal duration of stay here?
A minimum of 10 days would be required to properly experience at least 2 - 3 regions of Spain. Considering most regions are not too far apart, you can cover much of the country on a 3-week trip.
What is the visa process for Indians?
You will require a Spanish Schengen Visa ( tourist visa ) to visit Spain. A general visitor visa (tourist visa) will normally allow you to stay in Europe for 3 months. It takes around 15 working days for Visa to get processed from the embassy's end. Pickyourtrail's visa success rate is 99% so a hassle-free Visa process is guaranteed. For Schengen Visa, our visa experts will get in touch with you to initiate the complete process once you make your first payment. You will also have access to our mobile app where you will get timely updates on your visa processing.
What is the local language spoken here? Can I survive with English?
English isn't widely spoken here. Most regions use regional dialects of Spanish. It is recommended that you equip yourself with some commonly used Spanish words and phrases. When you make your booking with Pickyourtrail, you will get access to our mobile app where you can use the language translator section during your trip.
How reliable is the public transportation here?
Spain has a reliable network of public transport which includes buses, trains and the metro.
What are some of the interesting Spanish souvenirs?
Spain is known for its classic mementos that can be purchased as souvenirs. Spanish hand fan, flamenco dress, yummy cheese and some good wine will account as memorable gifts when given to close ones. Don't forget to get a few bottles of Olive oil as well.