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Flights to Spain

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Flying to Spain

  • Spain’s most cosmopolitan city

    Fanciful and sophisticated, Barcelona casts a spell over the most jaded traveller the minute they leave the airport. The Catalan passion is infused into everything in this magical city.

Discover Spain

  
  • Madrid, the capital

    Madrid offers travellers many things to do, but museums, spacious parks and beautiful gardens make the top of the list. This is also the city of choice for those wanting to attend a traditional bullfight, catch a Real Madrid football match or shop in the sprawling El Rastro outdoor market.

  • Spain tourism, La Costa del Sol

    The Costa del Sol region is all beaches, sun and sea. Malagá and the surrounding area are for many a favourite destination for their golden beaches dotted with coastal resorts that have become increasingly popular in recent years.

  • Spanish gastronomy

    Foodies will thrill at the variety and rich flavours of Spanish cuisine. Tapas are a must, of course, but culinary aficionados also delight in sampling the country’s many wines and sparkling cavas, olive oils, cured meats, local cheeses and other regional specialties.

  • Barcelona, the city of Gaudí

    Art and architecture enthusiasts fall head over heels for Barcelona thanks to Gaudí’s gothic/modern legacy, and most notably, his Sagrada Familia. When night falls, tourists head to La Rambla to get a taste of the city’s fantastic nightlife. Nature lovers are encouraged to make a day trip to Costa Brava or Montserrat mountain to enjoy a variety of outdoor activities.

Good to know before you go to Spain

Important Travel Information