Where do you want to go?
Barcelona, the vibrant city home to beaches, great architecture, art and festivals!
Millions of visitors head to Las Ramblas to people watch, Sagrada Familia to see if it really is finished and Museu Picasso for the obvious.
We’ve got quite a few posts to help your best plan your trip to Barcelona:
- 1-day in Barcelona itinerary
- 2-day Barcelona itinerary
- 3-day Barcelona itinerary
- 10 things I wish I knew before visiting Sagrada Familia, the must-see attraction
- How to reserve tickets for La Sagrada Familia
- Things to do in Barcelona at night
- Things to do in Barcelona in winter
- Barcelona’s best day trips: mountains, seaside resorts and wine
- The dreamiest viewpoints in the city
The Spanish city of Granada is located in the south-east of Spain and is famous for its Alhambra Palace, flamenco dancing, and gratis tapas with every drink.
Granada is very close to the Sierra Nevada mountains, which are a great escape from the high temperature of summer and for winter sports come snow season.
Not only that but Granada is a short journey from the coastal towns of Malaga and Marbella so it’s not unheard of that Spaniards are skiing in the morning and sunbathing a night!
- Read the guide: things to do in Spain’s Granada
There is nowhere else in the worls quite like the white isle, Ibiza.
Where else can you drink cocktails on the Sunset Strip in San Antonio, party at a superclub until dawn then catch the sunrise from Playa D’en Bossa on the other side of the island?
- Read the guide: things to do in Ibiza
SPAIN’S TOP ATTRACTIONS
How Much Does Spain Cost?
For daily breakdowns for Spain see this planning post.
How much does backpacking around Europe cost?
Check out this guide for accommodation, transport, food, trips breakdowns.
See our Ibiza guide for how much we spent over six days.
Spain is part of the European Union and uses the Euro. For the most up to date, rates click here.
ATMs are widely available and credit cards are mostly accepted.
Tipping is not essential but appreciated for good service.
Essential Spain Travel Information
EU member state citizens and U.S citizens do not require a visa to holiday in Spain.
Southern Spain’s transport (bus and train) system is efficient.
Siestas definitely are things in Spain. In Granada, the shops shut down imid-afternoon so be careful in your planning!
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