The Food, The Wine, The Culture
Destination Spain The Kingdom of Spain is a complex country where there are five different spoken languages; Spanish (Castilian), Catalan, Gallego (Galician), Euskara (Basque) and Occitan.
Spain's robust Capital is a must stop on anyone's itinerary to Spain regardless of the time of year. It's an elegant city with broad avenues, large manicured parks and rich in art museums such as the big three, the Prado, Reina Sofia National Museum of Modern Art and Thyssen-Bornemisza, and many smaller museums with unique collections like the Sorolla Museum, Royal Academy of Fine Arts, Museo Lázaro Galdiano Foundation, Museo Cerralbo and Fundación Mapfre Recoletos. It's a city with an excellent public transportation system, and some of the countries top restaurants.
Stretches from the snow covered Catalan Pyrenees to the Mediterranean Sea.
Home of Sherry, flamenco and bullfighting.
No adventure in Spain would be complete without a visit to Spain's oldest and best known wine region, considered the "benchmark" of Spanish winemaking.
Take a journey along the stunning, verdant 300 km long Asturian coast from Galicia to Cantabria.