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How to Plan Your Spain Tour?
Best Time to Visit: April to June and September to October
Major Cities for International Flights: Madrid (capital)
Visa: As a European Schengen country, Spain has the same visa policy as the other countries that have signed the Schengen Agreement for passport-free travel. Tourists need a Schengen Visa to travel Spain. The Schengen Visa allows visitors to spend up to 90 days in Spain as well as the other 25 participating Schengen countries.
Money Tips: Spain is in the euro single currency and you can pay in cash in almost all cases. In some other cases, like paying through a machine, it may be necessary to pay by credit or debit cards, with Visa and Mastercard being the most widely used. Cash is usually withdrawn from the ATMs in the bank and in Spain, ATMs are easy to find in shopping areas, large urban centers and the historic centers in small towns.
If you have 3-5 days, Madrid and Barcelona are the most recommended. Generally, it takes 2 days to tour Madrid and 3 days Barcelona. You can visit either one or both according to your time.
If you have around one week time, you can visit 3 or 4 cities, like the most classic ones of Barcelona, Madrid and Seville.
9-13 Days or More
If you have about 10 days, you may focus on the southern or northern Spain. A southern route includes Madrid, Seville, and Granada. The northern includes Barcelona, Bilbao, and Zaragoza. With two weeks or more, you can also have a country-wide trip.
Trip Planning FAQs
Will it be a problem if I can not speak Spanish or Portuguese?
It will be handy in Spain if you can speak a few basic words of Spanish or Portuguese. However, if you can't, there is no need to worry as many hotel staffs can speak English and our English-speaking guide will also help you during your stay in Spain.
What is the weather like in Spain?
It is mainly temperate marine climate and Mediterranean climates in Spain.
Northern Spain is rainy, cold in winter and cool in summer, with slight variations in temperature.
Southern Spain is dry, hot in summer, mild in winter, and pleasant in spring and autumn.
Tipping is customary in Spain. Although most places have included a surcharge for service in your bill, it is still common to leave a small gratuity. It is customary to leave tips in restaurants, bars, coffee shops, and to hotel porters and taxi drivers to show your appreciation.