Discover the Real Spain with Spanish FiestasAre you planning to visit Spain? Welcome to our Spain travel guide. Here you'll find tourist information on all of Spain's major cities and holiday resorts together with advice on how to travel around one of Europe's most exciting tourist destinations.
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Spain is the land of fiestas or festivals. In every single city, town and village there is a festival of some kind which gets all the townsfolk out on the streets partying with their neighbours. The biggest festivals of international fame are the bullrunning of Pamplona, the fireworks of Las Fallas in Valencia, the mock battles of Moros y Cristianos in Alcoy, Semana Santa … Read More:
The Nou Camp is Europe's largest stadium with a capacity of 96,336 yet it isn't easy to get match tickets because the club has more season ticket holders ('socios') than there are seats. Therefore, very few tickets go on general sale for matches. If you're travelling specifically for the football you should order your tickets in advance and collect them from one of … Read More:
If travelling on a budget is not your primary concern then touring Spain in a private vehicle with your own driver is the way to go. This exclusive service offers you absolute flexibility to do exactly what you want when you want. There are no tour groups and no fixed schedules, just your own small group and an itinerary designed exclusively for your visit. Once you arrive … Read More:
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Small group tours of La Rioja include bodega visits, wine tasting and a visit to the Rioja Wine Festival in Logroño. Tours begin in Bilbao on 17th September. Itinerary & Booking Form are below. During my first year living in Madrid I bought my first ever car, a red Volkswagen Golf which ended up living with me for 15 years clocking up over a quarter of a million … Read More: