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Spain might just be the most underrated European destination. It’s large and diverse, wildly beautiful, and many parts of it has managed to escape over-tourism. It is a delight to get lost in as you explore cobblestone lanes in its metropolises where parts remain timeless, or unspoiled villages off the beaten path. Delve into our sample itineraries to make the most out of your time in this fascinating Southern European Destination.

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Spain and Portugal

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Amazing Andalucia

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Southern Spain

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Spain Travel Tips & Insights

Spain, situated in southwestern Europe, predominantly occupies the Iberian Peninsula and shares borders with Portugal, France, and maritime borders with Morocco and Algeria. Its terrain ranges from mountainous regions like the Pyrenees to vast plains such as the Meseta Central, with diverse landscapes including coastal areas with sandy beaches and rugged cliffs.

The climate varies, featuring oceanic in the northwest, Mediterranean along the coast, and more extreme temperatures inland. Major rivers like the Tagus, Ebro, and Guadalquivir traverse the country, while significant island territories include the Balearic Islands and the Canary Islands.

Spain boasts rich biodiversity with diverse ecosystems and is home to major cities like Madrid, Barcelona, Valencia, Seville, and Bilbao, each contributing to its cultural and environmental diversity.

The currency of Spain is the Euro (€), abbreviated as EUR.

Winter (December to February): Winters vary across Spain. In the north, temperatures can drop, especially in mountainous regions, where snowfall is common. Along the Mediterranean coast, winters are mild, with occasional rainfall. Inland areas experience colder temperatures, particularly at night. The Canary Islands offer a warm escape from the winter chill, with mild temperatures throughout the season.

Spring (March to May): Spring brings mild temperatures across much of Spain, with blossoming flowers and longer daylight hours. In the north, expect some rainfall, especially in regions like Galicia and Asturias. Coastal areas enjoy pleasant temperatures, perfect for beach visits, while inland regions warm up gradually.

Summer (June to August): Summers in Spain are typically hot, especially in inland areas like Madrid and the southern regions. Coastal areas offer relief from the heat, with sea breezes moderating temperatures. The Mediterranean coast experiences dry and sunny weather, ideal for beach vacations. Inland areas can see temperatures soaring above 40°C.

Autumn (September to November): Autumn brings milder temperatures and less crowded tourist spots. In the north, rainfall increases, particularly in the northwest. Inland regions cool down from the summer heat, making it an excellent time for outdoor activities like hiking. The Mediterranean coast remains warm, making it a pleasant time for beach visits.

Spain is served by several international airports, with Madrid-Barajas Adolfo Suárez Airport and Barcelona-El Prat Airport being the largest and busiest. These airports offer direct flights to and from many major cities around the world.

Other significant airports include Malaga-Costa del Sol Airport, Palma de Mallorca Airport, and Alicante-Elche Airport.

Spain is part of the Schengen Area, which allows for visa-free travel for citizens of many countries for short stays (up to 90 days within a 180-day period) for tourism, business, or family visits.

If you are from a country that is not visa-exempt for the Schengen Area, you will need to apply for a Schengen Visa at the Spanish consulate or embassy in your home country before your trip.

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