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Spain Tourism - Discovering Spain and Its Untouched Beauty!

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Spain is a famous country lying on the Iberian Peninsula in Europe. Featuring 17 independent regions, it is loaded with a diverse geography with their respective cultures. Madrid is Spain's capital and it has its own share of wonders like the Buen Retiro park and the Royal Palace and Armory. Barcelona, Catalonia’s capital is famous for Antoni Gaudí’s Sagrada Família - the largest unfinished Roman Catholic church in the world which cannot escape your Spain tour package.

The Catalans have their own ode to celebrate the rich culture and heritages. Some of important aspects of Spain include historical museums, picturesque landscapes and all time popular Spanish festivals like the La Tomatina and Bull fights. Chamber of Secrets Torremolinos is a buzzing spot and has a happening night life. Cabo de Gata in Almeria is a treat for movie buffs. Jazz clubs in Barcelona and cava bars in Barcelona are for the music lovers. Views from the beautiful Pyrenees, the Picos de Europa mountain ranges and the cliffs of Atlantic northwest in Spain offer breathtaking scenery! On your Spain honeymoon packages , discover the Royal Palace of Madrid and Palau de la Musica Orfeo Catala which will prove to be a delight for history and art lovers.

Spain would be the apt place to embark on a holiday. Do a bit of mountain climbing at Picos de Europa, strolling at Alhambra in Granada, art gazing at Prado in Madrid, skiing at Sierra Nevada Mountains in Malaga and settle for a cocktail or two at Costa del Sol. Even if you're not a football fan, watching Barcelona play at Nou Camp is a must-do for the sheer electric experience.

Getting in Spain

Most flights from Indian international airports fly into Barcelona. Adolfo Suárez Madrid–Barajas Airport in Madrid and Barcelona-El Prat in Barcelona are the most popular choices among travellers flying into Spain. Few of the frequent operators include Emirates, Fin Air, Qatar Airways and Aeroflot. Best rates for this route is usually available when you book 6-7 months in advance.

Best rates for this route is usually available when you book 6-7 months prior.

Delhi13h, 1 stopRs. 23071
Mumbai12h, 1 stopRs. 28497
Chennai14h, 1 stopRs. 35714
Bangalore20h, 1 stopRs. 32931
Hyderabad12h, 1 stopRs. 28112
Kolkata14h, 1 stopRs. 31970
Cochin22h, 2 stopsRs. 33874

Best time to go

Spain can be visited at any given point of time around the year - as long as you have your northern and southern split of the country planned. However, it is advisable to travel in spring and autumn given the pleasant weather. April, May, June, September, and October are ideal months to explore Spain. San Sebastian and La Coruña are mostly visited in the summer (June- August) for the best touring experience.

Visa requirements in Spain

You might need a visa before you come to Europe on holiday, depending on where you're from and how long you're staying. A general visitor visa (tourist visa) will normally allow you to stay in Europe for 3 months. You can apply for up to 9 months in an 18 month period, but more than 3 months will only be granted in special cases.

  • Cost of visa: 7500 INR
  • Processing time: Min 15 days working days
  • Documents to carry
    • Passport: Original Passport with validity of minimum six months.
    • Flight Vouchers
    • Hotel Vouchers

Public Transport in Spain

Public transport system in Spain is considered to be the best in Europe. High quality buses, metros and speed rails connect the big cities and are considered the most cost-effective way to explore Spain. At 2 Euros per head, the metros offer the quickest way to get around Madrid, Barcelona and Valencia. In Barcelona, there are trams that ply as well.

Taxi & Airport transfer in Spain

You can find plenty of taxis at the airports and train/bus stations, that offer frequent shuttle services. A trip across a big city generally costs up to 10 Euros, whereas a drive from the airport could cost up to 30 Euros (inclusive of luggage charge). Uber in Spain is limited owing to taxi-strikes.

Transport & city passes in Spain

If you’re looking to stay longer, getting a transport pass would the best option. These passes permit travel on all modes of public transport including buses, metros and suburban trains. The ‘10-trip’ pass is the most sort-after among travellers as they work out cheaper and efficient.

Driving & Car rental in Spain

Car rental is the best option to explore hard-to-reach destinations. Auto Europe, Europcar and Hentz are few rental suppliers you could use to drive across the cities. Minimum age to drive in Spain is 21 yrs. However, drivers aged between 21-24 need to pay extra charge of over 20 Euros. An international license is required to supplement Indian license.

Culture & Etiquette in Spain

Spanish culture has been influenced by its neighbouring countries, as a result of this, you can witness a good blend of various European traditions. Spain's architectural wonders are reminiscent of its imperial past, and will thoroughly be appreciated among other architectural works. There are several museums and 45 UNESCO World Heritage sites in in the country. The country will be always lively with festives and grand occasions like La Tomatina and bull fights taking place year-around.

Major events & Public holidays in Spain

There are a few factors which define a country, and Spain does justice to every single one of them. Cultural outings, history hopping and tomato festivals all add up to the beauty of this country. The flamenco dance can be enjoyed in Andalucia, Extremadura, and Murcia. During La fiesta, people bring food to streets and celebrate with all of them. Adding to this, many festivals can be checked out, during Christmas and New year period. Exhibitions and concerts happen in the prime spots of Spain all the time.

Road rules and driving license in Spain

Like any other European country, Spain also follows right-hand side driving. Travellers from Non-EU countries require an International Driving Permit (IDP) or "notarized" (officially certified) translation of their drivers license. To be able to drive in Spain, you should be atleast 18 years old and wearing the seat belt is mandatory.

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