In Catalunya, the arrival of summer coincides with the celebration of traditional popular open-air festivals.
Nature, culture, flamenco, gastronomy, sangria, matadors. You'll discover all these and much more in Spain.
Take in fantastic views as you are guided on this memorable and spectacular tour.
Famous for its sand dunes, Maspalomas offers amazing sights, which must be seen to be believed.
Every year, on the last Wednesday of August, the streets of Buñol in the Valencia region of Spain, are covered with full ripped tomatoes, as thousands of people gather for the food fight festival.
Ride in a Natural Park and find a diverse mix of beautiful forest, green pine groves and impressive mountains.
Look at San Sebastian from a different point of view. Hop on a double-decker bus and discover the highlights of the city.
This plaza is Barcelona's busiest square, is always full of people and is surrounded by beautiful buildings.
Due to its small-town location, the Toledo branch of the AC hotels doesn’t see the same steady flow of high-profile guests that parade through the doors of its sisters in places like Madrid. It’s a different animal from its big-city counterparts, a fused-together cluster of traditional Span...
These days when a hotelier is stuck for a name, the safest solution is just to use the street address — it’s mysterious and blank, and avoids unwanted connotations, or any connotations at all. As it turns out, Barcelona’s Hotel 1898 is named not for its address at all, but for the yea...
This one is especially for sun lovers, but who wouldn't enjoy a nice day at the beach?
Cadiz's beaches are perfect for relaxing and lying in the sun, as they are not crowded at all, by tourists or by hotels.
Madrid’s Hotel Villa Real may be a bit more traditional in style than its sister, Barcelona’s Claris—but that’s to be expected, given the stylistic differences between the two cities. The Villa Real may not be an ultra-modern design showcase, but for conservative Madrid, it’s downright striking, ...