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Spain is more diversified than stereotypes would have you believe, spanning the Pyrenees, the Mediterranean, and the Atlantic. While paella and bullfighting are Spanish, neither of these things best describes this Iberian nation. Spain offers you more cultural diversity than you may anticipate. Few countries can tick all the traveler's boxes with such a broad selection of attractions as Spain can with its sun-drenched Mediterranean beaches, W Read More

Spain is more diversified than stereotypes would have you believe, spanning the Pyrenees, the Mediterranean, and the Atlantic. While paella and bullfighting are Spanish, neither of these things best describes this Iberian nation. Spain offers you more cultural diversity than you may anticipate. Few countries can tick all the traveler's boxes with such a broad selection of attractions as Spain can with its sun-drenched Mediterranean beaches, World Heritage cities, exquisite food, and multifaceted culture. It is genuinely exceptional. One region can have an entirely different character from the next due to Spain's long and illustrious history of Catholic monarchy, Muslim caliphates, and New World conquistadors. Experience Catalan culture in Barcelona, complete with Gaud's fantastical architecture. In the northwest, try pintxos, the Basque version of tapas, while in the south, visit Andalusia to view the legacy of Moorish architecture. You can experience this all with our cheap Spain holiday packages! Visit our website to get more information on our all inclusive holidays to Spain! 


Akbar Travels recommend you the best deals on our Spain holiday packages: 



Nights/Days Price

Madrid and Barcelona 

4N/5D 45570

Madrid and Andalusia 

5N/6D 59115

An Andalusia Story 

5N/6D 72075

Lisbon, Madrid, and Barcelona 

6N/7D 74820

Classical Spain with Paris 

7N/8D 95700

Spanish Ring with Lisbon 

11N/12D 106545

Spanish Ring 

9N/10D 109245

From Madrid to Paris 

6N/7D 118560

Spain, Morocco, and Portugal 

18N/19D 204840

Israel and Jordan 

12N/13D 231955


Best time to visit Spain with our cheap package holidays to Spain: 


Everyone has a list of destinations they desire to travel to at least once in their lives, including magnificent Spain. Yet the beauty of visiting a location like Spain with our Spain packages is in knowing the perfect time to visit because weather matters, especially depending on what you're planning to do. Make sure the sun is shining brightly if you plan to sunbathe on the beach. You need cool, pleasant weather to explore the cities and historical sites with our Spain package deals! 

The type of vacation you experience will undoubtedly depend on when you go on our all-inclusive holidays to Spain because Spain has a variety of distinct climates. The ideal seasons to travel to Spain with our Spain packages are often spring (March to May) or fall (September to November). Here is a list of the best times to travel to Spain on our all-inclusive holidays to Spain because it's also a good idea to know when rates are low and crowds are at their lowest.


● Peak Season - When spring is in the air, the months of March through May are regarded as the ideal times to go to Spain with our Spain holiday packages. 

● Shoulder season- August 

● Off-season- January and February 


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Humid and Hot



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There is a tonne more in addition. And that's without even bringing up the renowned Costas beaches. Or the breathtaking Roman ruins scattered around the nation, particularly Segovia with its aqueduct. Expect healthy doses of history, delicious food, and sun if you travel with us on our holiday deals- Spain.


Have a look at our list of the top Spain tourist attractions to help us plan your trip to this fantastic Mediterranean vacation spot with deals on cheap holidays to Spain all-inclusive: 


1. Madrid- The best city to visit renowned art museums! 


The capital of Spain is a bustling metropolis with year-round beautiful blue skies that cover its busy barrios (neighbourhoods), notable buildings, and world-famous art museums all year long. Even an old Egyptian temple, the Templo de Debod, is located in the heart of Madrid. The "Golden Triangle of Art" in Madrid, which consists of the Thyssen-Bornemisza, the Reina Sofa, and the Museo del Prado, is a mecca for art lovers and contains some of the most priceless art collections in the entire world. They are located along Paseo del Prado (Art Walk), a section of Madrid which was recently designated a Unesco World Heritage Site. You can experience it all with our cheap package holidays to Spain! So, what are you waiting for? Book the best deals on all-inclusive Spain packages! 

Akbar recommended tip: The lively tapas crawls on Madrid's streets are a favourite of the city's street culture. One of the greatest streets in the city to join residents in sampling a variety of Iberian hams, charcuterie, and cheeses in Cava Baja in the old La Latina neighbourhood, which is surrounded by adorable tiny restaurants and taverns. This is all included in our various Spain vacation packages curated just for you! 



2. Barcelona- ideal for modernist architecture. 


The Catalan capital, which is a stunningly spectacular metropolis that spans the Mediterranean and the Pyrenees mountains, is known for its cutting-edge architecture, city beaches, and a Gothic Quarter that dates back more than 2000 years. 

Without spending some time at the Sagrada Familia, the masterwork of renowned Catalan architect and advocate of Modernism Anton Gaud, no trip with our Spain travel packages to

Barcelona would be complete. It is worthwhile to spend some time exploring his other architectural gems, the Casa Batlló, La Pedrera, and Park Güell, as his influence on the city is felt throughout. 

At the Plaça Reial, located in the city's two-millennia-old Barri Gtic neighbourhood, Gaud also left his mark (the Gothic Quarter). Gaud's first publicly commissioned piece, ornate street lighting, illuminates the public area. The magnificent La Catedral of the Holy Cross and Saint Eulalia, which was constructed over two centuries from the 13th to the 15th century, is another notable landmark in this historic neighbourhood. One of the oldest markets in Europe, Mercat de la Boqueria, is located at the quarter's edge. Be sure to check these out on our all-inclusive holidays to Spain! 

Akbar recommended tip: Don’t forget to visit Mercat de la Boqueria with our cheap Spain holidays package during midday when the modest eateries with charismatic owners start to open. 



3. San Sebastián- Best city for gourmet experiences! 


This gorgeous Basque coastal city in northern Spain is distinguished by its belle epoque architecture, miles of white sand beaches, and the Bay of Biscay's azure seas. Take a stroll along the beach's boulevard with our deals on cheap holidays to Spain all inclusive on a clear day to get a sense of the sea-loving way of life of the people. 

San Sebastián, or Donostia in Basque, has transformed from a historic whaling town into a renowned culinary hub. It is the second city in the world with the most Michelin stars and has the highest density of Michelin-starred eateries per square metre in Europe (behind Tokyo). 

Akbar recommended tip: You don't need to have a Michelin-star budget to appreciate San Sebastián's omnipresent culinary culture. Go over to the Parte Vieja (Old Quarter) which is included in our various all-inclusive Spain packages, particularly along 31 de Agosto street. The name pintxo, which means "spike" in Basque, refers to the restaurants and pubs that line the streets. According to the name, these snacks are served on skewers or toothpicks for convenient selection. 



4. Balearic islands- Finest beaches and sapphire-coloured waters! 


The "Balearic blues," the distinctive hues of blue that characterise these Mediterranean waters, are well known to anybody who has visited these distant islands with our all-inclusive holidays to Spain east of the Iberian Peninsula. The four major islands in this archipelago—Ibiza, Mallorca, Menorca, and Formentera—are blessed with an abundance of beaches and calas (coves) surrounded by rocky cliffs and white sand shorelines. 


a. Ibiza- The resort island of Ibiza is among the top places in Spain for a romantic getaway. Experience it all travelling to Spain with our Spain honeymoon packages only curated for your last-time holidays to Spain all-inclusive! It's roughly 100 miles off the coast of Spain and is reachable by a short flight or five- to six-hour ferry voyage. The largest of the Balearic Islands, a collection of mostly vacation-oriented islands in the Mediterranean Sea, is Ibiza for you.

Ibiza may be most known for its electronic music, beach parties, and enormous dance clubs, but it also has several wonderful family resorts and a tonne of family-friendly attractions. It is a great vacation spot for singles, couples, and families because it appeals to all groups. Check out the various option and deals offer we have like the all-inclusive family holidays in Spain, last-minute Spain all-inclusive for singles, and family package holidays to Spain! 

b. Mallorca- the perennially well-liked star of the Mediterranean, has a bright disposition because of its gorgeous beaches, turquoise surroundings, distant mountains, and charming hill villages. It is the imposing limestone spires and cliffs of the Serra de Tramuntana that attract hikers and cyclists. Others believe it to be as transitory as the almond bloom that falls as snow on springtime meadows or the golden-hued grapes of the interior. Mallorca never fails to entice you wherever your travel with us on our all-inclusive holidays to Spain take you! Single-file lines of cars jam the coastline for views so alluring that resort postcards look like cheap knockoffs. You may find pockets of peace even in the middle of mid-tourist August's hordes. Trek to hilltop monasteries with our Spain packages, bike through honey-stone villages with deals on our packages which are all-inclusive Spain, sit outside beneath the stars, and imprint Mallorca's poetic landscapes in your memory. 

c. Menorca- After spending some time in Mallorca or Ibiza, you'll notice a dip in volume as you approach the sun-bleached coasts of Menorca; instead of Pete Tong, you'll hear more birdsong. The easternmost island in the Balearic moves to its own soothing beat. The 216km of its coastline is dotted with some of the most beautiful white and golden-sand bays in the entire Mediterranean. Its twinset of sea-splashed cities, eastern Anglo-Spanish Maó and western maze-like Ciutadella, are charmingly limited and different. Experience this tranquility with our deals on cheap inclusive holidays to Spain! 

d. Formentera- The 20 km-long island of Formentera is a stunningly pure, 

get-away-from-it-all hideaway, hanging off the south coast of Ibiza and just 30 minutes distant by swift ferry. Life on Formentera moves at a pleasantly leisurely pace that is ideal for lazy days spent relaxing on some of Europe's most beautiful beaches. The sea is more alluring here than anywhere else in the Balearics, where ice-white sand ripples are smoothed by water that is an incredible hue of azure, turquoise, and lapis lazuli that will make you want to dive in. Tourism in this area is closely linked to environmental principles, with hotel capacity limits, restrictions on construction, and the majority of guests touring on bicycles. Formentera is the ideal place to indulge in blissful barefoot living because there are few sites to see and little nightlife. 



5. Seville- A great location for cultural sightseeing 


Seville is in the details; you might experience déjà vu while visiting this charming Andalusian capital with our luxury Spain holidays all-inclusive, perhaps as a result of the city's year-round sunny weather, lavish gardens, and intricately carved palaces, which have made it a popular location for major motion pictures like Star Wars and Game of Thrones. Horse-drawn carriages, flamenco tablos (stages), massive Gothic buildings, and Islamic artistic elements all combine to form this multi-layered dreamscape of a city, and this is what gives it its charm. 

Seville's lengthy and varied history includes periods when it was a Moorish capital, the home of the Castilian aristocracy, and, following Columbus' voyage in 1492, the European entryway to the Americas.

This complex cultural tapestry is the result. When visiting the Seville Cathedral with our Spain tour packages, the largest Gothic cathedral in the world and the location of Christopher Columbus's final resting place, and then the Real Alcázar, which displays the splendour of Mudéjar architecture with Islamic, Baroque, Gothic, and Renaissance elements, close by, the extraordinary juxtaposition of cultures 

is made abundantly clear. 

Akbar recommended tip: Do you want to take part in a great celebration? Plan your trip with Akbar Travels with our deals on cheap holidays to Spain to coincide with one of the city's major annual celebrations, such as Semana Santa or Feria de Abril! 



6. Toledo- Best for historical complexities 


This fortified city, which dates back to 2000 years, has a significant role in Spanish history. It served as the seat of power for King Charles V and the Visigoth Kingdom, a fortress of the Emirate of Cordoba, a Roman municipium, and the former capital of Spain until 1560. Today, it is a Unesco World Heritage Site. Toledo has acquired the moniker "The City of Three Cultures" due to the influence of Jewish, Christian, and Islamic cultures. The remnants of this unusual cultural fusion may be seen as you stroll through its winding, cobblestone lanes, including ancient Roman buildings, Moorish architectural designs, the Toledo Cathedral, the El Tránsito Synagogue, and the Cristo de la Luz Mosque. Visit these historical sights with our Spain packages to have the best time of your life! 

Akbar recommended tip: For breathtaking panoramic views and the ideal photo of this ancient city beside the Tagus River, head over to the Mirador del Valle which is included in our all-inclusive holidays to Spain! 



7. Santiago de Compostela- Best city for religious travel 


Galicia's capital, Santiago de Compostela, serves as the finish line for the thousand-year-old Camino de Santiago (Way of Saint James) pilgrimage. At the Basilica of Santiago de Compostela, which is said to be St. James the Apostle's final resting place, visitors from all over the world can be seen paying their homage on any given day of the week. You can also take part in this spiritual experinece with our Spain holiday packages! 

Even non-pilgrims can appreciate the ethereal splendour of this city in northern Spain with its clear Celtic roots. The opulent Hostal dos Reis Católicos, which was previously a pilgrims' hostel and is thought to be the world's oldest hotel, is located in the Plaza del Obradoiro, the city's pulsating heart. 

Akbar recommended tip: Be prepared to eat good food with our all-inclusive package holidays to Spain, when you visit the Mercado de Abastos food market, Santiago's second most visited destination after the Cathedral. Santiago has a long culinary history distinguished by its outstanding seafood. 



8. Granada- Best city for Western Islamic architecture 


The picture-perfect Andalusian city of Granada is nestled at the base of the snow-capped Sierra Nevada mountain range. The Alhambra palace complex and the historic citadel of the Nasrid Dynasty, the last Muslim dynasty to control the Iberian Peninsula and the last to do so in the 15th century, are both located there. With its intricately carved walls and archways, mirror-like lakes, and vibrant mosaics, the Alhambra, which translates to "the Red One," is a breathtaking architectural masterpiece fusing Moorish

and Christian ornamental elements. Be sure to check these breathtaking places with our deals on cheap Spain holidays which are all-inclusive in Spain! 

Akbar recommended tip: Enjoy the visual treat in the summer palace Palacio de Generalife with our cheap package holidays to Spain, which is close to the Alhambra and features gardens and expertly timed fountains that served as a haven for the ancient Nasrid sultans. 



9. Bilbao 


This Basque Country city in northern Spain offers stunning views of the city and its undulating hills because it is located in the centre of a lovely valley. Visit the city's ancient quarter, Casco Viejo with Spain holiday packages, for traditional pintxos (Basque tapas), and explore Parc Etxebarria for some of Bilbao's most beautiful views. Or, for even more breathtaking sights, take the Artxanda Funicular. Without visiting the famed Guggenheim Museum Bilbao and other regional cultural centres like the Museo de Bellas Artes de Bilbao, your trip with our Spain packages would not be complete. 



10. Valencia 


The third-largest city in Spain stands out for giving visitors a flavour of both the past and the present. The Gothic-style Valencia Cathedral and the Plaza del Ayuntamiento offer examples of classical architecture, while the City of Arts and Sciences and the Valencia Institute of Contemporary Art include more contemporary designs. Take a trip to the Albufera Natural Park with our all-inclusive holidays to Spain to take in some fresh air once you've had your fill of city life, or relax at local beaches with deals on all inclusive family holidays Spain. 



11. Rioja 


Spain's wine-producing region is Rioja. Similar to Champagne, only wines made and distributed from La Rioja in Spain are permitted to bear the "Rioja" label. As there are more than 500 vineyards and numerous restaurants that serve a wide variety of Rioja wine, you should sample enough wine while you are there on our Spain holiday packages. This will be a breeze. If you're searching for something more to do when you're not hiking or skiing the slopes around Rioja, take advantage of the Michelin-starred restaurants and bustling tapas bars. 



12. Costa de Sol 


One of the best locations for a beach holiday in southern Spain with our cheap Spain holiday packages is without a doubt Costa del Sol. Visitors frequently praise the area for its stunning natural surroundings. Visitors not only have a selection of beaches to pick from, including Burriana Beach and La Bajadilla Beach, but also are close to Sierra de las Nieves Natural Park and the Guadalmina River, which allows them to engage in a variety of outdoor activities. Also, there are lots of family-friendly attractions nearby which you can visit with our all-inclusive family holidays Spain package, such as a zoo, a water park, and a butterfly garden. 



13. Málaga 


Málaga demonstrates the country's North African influence and serves as yet another excellent illustration of the enormous cultural contrasts across Spanish cities. It is located on the typical,

overdeveloped Costa del Sol in Spain, which is only a short ferry trip from Africa. Málaga is a sizable vacation city that nonetheless honours its port city traditions and Spanish (and African) heritage. Picasso was born in this city, which also houses a sizable museum with an amazing collection of his artwork. The architecture and art of this city share a Moorish/Islamic influence with many other southern Spain cities. Alcazaba and Gibralfaro, two hilltop strongholds built by the Moors, are still standing. A sizable cathedral in the Renaissance style is also prominent. Málaga's beachfront and harbor areas are fun places to visit with our Spain holiday packages which offer some of the area's typically wonderful food, especially seafood.


14. Canary Islands 

One of Spain's top beach getaways is this collection of Spanish islands off the coast of northwest Africa. The Canary Islands are rich with outdoor activities, including four national parks, that will make any adventurer swoon in addition to its stunning shorelines. Take some time to wander the districts of Santa Cruz de Tenerife, on the largest of the Canary Islands with our all-inclusive holidays to Spain packages, or Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, the most populous city on the archipelago, to get a feel for local life in between hiking and relaxing on the beach. 



15. Segovia 


Northwest of Madrid, in the country's centre, is the Spanish city of Segovia. A significant metropolis during the post-medieval era of royal power, the region is rich in Roman ruins. The Gothic cathedral is situated in the city's Plaza Mayor, which also houses a fascinating museum of religious art. Given the abundance of eateries, cafés, and tapas bars in the Plaza Mayor neighbourhood, it is heaven for foodies. The Medieval Alcazar fortress and castle are among Segovia's top tourist attractions which you can visit with our holiday deals- Spain! It's thought that Walt Disney drew influence from it while designing Cinderella's Castle for his theme parks. Additional must-see sights in the city with our Spain packages are the enormous 16th-century Gothic church and the amazing, double-decked ancient Roman aqueduct. 

Understanding the best route to specific locations, and locating quality lodging, tours, transportation, and food are all necessary when organising a trip to Spain with our cheap package holidays to Spain. Understanding a country's culture and the way of life of the residents, however, is the most crucial factor to take into account when travelling on our Spain packages. There are a lot of things that you should grasp before going to Spain with our Spain trip packages. 

Despite the cultural diversity of Spain, there are some things that tourists do that are frowned upon or insulting. Studying more about Spain's past and present will help visitors act properly and engage with locals in meaningful ways. There is a lot to learn from the way people communicate, from going to tourist places, festivals, and restaurants serving Spanish food. 

Knowing the local way of life, in addition to showing respect for the culture, guards against tourists being taken advantage of, especially in uncharted territory. Also, there are disparities in the ways that Spaniards conduct business, thus visitors must be adaptable when interacting with local establishments on our Spain travel packages! 


These are some things you should know before visiting Spain on our Spain vacation packages in order to maximize your experience:


1. Expect to eat late: If Spaniards eat later than the majority of Asians and Americans, don't be shocked. Meals are served later than usual, thus tourists on our all-inclusive Spain packages could have trouble finding a spot to have dinner before 8 PM. Dinner is offered from 9 PM to midnight, and lunch is served from 2 PM to 4 PM. This is uncommon for some people because Spaniards are used to dining late. Only restaurants and hole-in-the-wall eateries give food to tourists as early as 6 AM for breakfast, and 11 AM for lunch. Nonetheless, there are more options for finding meals, particularly fast-food restaurants in malls and hawkers on the street. 



2. Taking the Bus Is Much More Affordable: Although efficient, Spain's public transportation is not at all inexpensive. Train tickets can cost up to €108 or more for a one-way trip when travelling to remote or rural districts. The AVE trains or the high-speed trains are in this category, but bus rides typically range in price from €18 to €30, depending on the bus provider. It's crucial to understand Spain's transportation infrastructure and the cost of travel before you travel there with our Spain packages. Travelers can use this to plan their spending and save money along the way on our all-inclusive holidays to Spain! 



3. Lookout for pickpockets: In Spain, as in other parts of the world, pickpocketing is fairly common. Snatchers frequently target tourists, especially in populous places like Madrid and Barcelona. Due to the high number of tourists in these regions, pickpockets are well known there. Being alert is crucial in crowded areas since it can be problematic when goods like purses, bags, and electronics are taken. 



4. Constantly sold out tickets: The majority of tickets for attractions, trains, and buses might sell out quickly because Spain is a popular tourist destination. In addition to being inexpensive, purchasing tickets in advance with our Spain holiday packages also ensures availability. Major museums and cathedrals are always packed, therefore going early or late is advised to avoid the crowds. There is no excuse not to order tickets online now that it is so simple to do so. To avoid having visitors wait in long lines for tickets, the majority of attractions now accept online reservations. 



5. Local Wines are the Best: Locally made wines like Rioja, Priorat, Ribera del Duero, and Cava are well known for their flavorful aroma and deep red colour. Following in the footsteps of France, the nation ships a billion litres of wine abroad. One of the most well-liked tourist activities on our cheap holidays to Spain all-inclusive is visiting La Rioja to sample the best wines. In fact, the area is home to thousands of vineyards where the best Spanish wines are grown. One of the most crucial things to understand about Spain is that the people adore wine, especially those with extra-special citrus. 

Making the most of the greatest regional ingredients is the key to Spanish cuisine, which includes delicious tapas, excellent seafood, and traditional roasts. 


Here is the list of food you should try while visiting Spain with our all-inclusive holidays to Spain: 



1. Gazpacho:

The contents of Gazpacho include Olive oil, garlic, bread, peppers, and the reddest, ripest tomatoes that are pureed until silky smooth, then chilled and served into bowls or glasses. Very mouthwatering and energising. In the summer, it is consumed daily in Andaluca, southern Spain, and tapas bars always keep a jug of it out on the counter. Try the thicker salmorejo from Cordoba as well; this dish is frequently served with Iberian ham on top. 


2. Paella: 

They say you can have a different rice meal every day of the year in the Valencia region, but for the time being let's stick with the most conventional. Saffron, runner beans, butter beans, chicken or rabbit, and paella Valenciana are all ingredients. But the rice is the most crucial component. The bomba or Calasparra kinds, which are best for soaking up all the flavours and are often farmed on Spain's east coast, are great for the most famous dish of Spain- Paella. 


3. Patatas Bravas 

The most popular tapas, patatas bravas are somewhat varied across the nation but always contain fried potato chunks. In Madrid, bravas sauce is produced without tomatoes using pimentón (Spanish paprika), which is both sweet and spicy. Some selfishly insist on keeping their secret ingredients to themselves, while other individuals add garlic and others a dash of fino sherry. 


4. Tortilla Española 

There are only three ingredients: eggs, potatoes, and onions. Some purists even believe that adding onions is the gravest culinary sin. More than the sum of its components, the Spanish omelette is a delicious dish. In order to blend the flavours before cooking, the potatoes and onions are slowly cooked in olive oil and then combined with the beaten eggs. Add chorizo, ham, spinach, courgettes, or any other ingredients you have on hand to practically nothing to create a great supper. 


5. Pisto 

The Spanish equivalent of ratatouille can be found throughout the nation in a variety of forms, but it is most prevalent in the towns and villages that dot the La Mancha plains south of Madrid. Olive oil is used to slowly fry tomatoes, peppers, courgettes, onions, and garlic; this is not a dish that enjoys being hurried. It is frequently an appetizer, occasionally accompanied by fried eggs or chorizo, but it also works well as a side dish. 

It's simple to fall in love with Spain on our cheap package holidays to Spain! Curiosity comes first. You'll feel the need to explore Antoni Gaudi's creative vision once you've seen his masterpieces, including Casa Batlló, Sagrada Familia, and more with our Spain packages. The second is awe. You'll be applauding its beauty for years to come as you take in the expansive vistas of Montserrat and the Alhambra. Hunger is the third major point. You'll lose consciousness with the want for traditional paella, sweet churro sticks, and sangria. And finally, contentment. Spain may be home to many impressive castles, but it is also endowed with beautiful beaches that you will never tire of seeing. Being on a bus and waiting for your next stop to someplace magical is all it takes to fall in love with Spain with our Spain holiday packages!


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