Visit Spain and enjoy the country’s amazing art museums and architecture, as well as superb cuisine—with plenty of time for breaks in parks or the beach. Best of all, these cities are linked by high speed trains.
Day 1-3: Barcelona
It is not easy to decide where in Barcelona to start. This is why, to get a feel of the capital of Catalunya, stroll through the Rambla and the Gothic Quarter. Set aside a whole day to see Gaudí’s masterpieces all over the city. Finally, spend a day in the Eixample seeing Moderniste architecture. Do not forget to browse through Barcelona’s sophisticated shops and boutiques and to try some of Barcelona’s delicious seafood and tapas!
Day 4-6: Madrid
You can easily reach Madrid by a high-tech speed train. Madrid is a fascinating mixture of quiet (for example Retiro gardens) and party, of art (Prado, one of the world’s legendary art museums) and history (Old Madrid). If you wish, you can take a day trip with the bus to beautiful Toledo – Spain’s old capital city.
Day 7-9: Seville
Learn all about flamenco at the Museo del Baile Flamenco. In addition, do not forget to visit the Alcázar palace, which contains work by some of Andalusia’s finest craftspeople.
Flight prices starting at 600 Euro (from outside of Europe).