Things to do in Spain

Top Spain Attractions

Things to Do in Spain

Top Attractions in Spain

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What travellers are saying

  • Sean B
    Bedfordshire, UK82 contributions
    I've been to Barcelona many times on business and never managed to get to see the inside of the Sagrada Familia, so whilst on holiday, I put this right. We had a guided tour as well, which was very informative and well organised. As a non-religious person, the basilica was still amazing. Understanding how the design flows from the old part and the nativity facade (started over 140 years ago) to the passion facade and then the glory facade really put context on the design. As a piece of architecture it really is outstanding in the thought and the design flow. Having done it once, I probably wouldn't go back, but it is totally worth doing once in your lifetime if you are in Barcelona.
    Written 21 May 2022
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  • scott s
    Edinburgh, UK100 contributions
    This is a very big art gallery with lots to see and full history it gets lots of visitors so it’s a busy place, it also has a gift shop that is expensive but that’s expected.
    Written 21 May 2022
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  • GUNDI
    Sonoma County, CA2 contributions
    It is a fabulous way to spend a morning before the sun hits. Crowds are less and the stroll around the green areas is soothing. Sit, look around, take in the beauty and peaceful surroundings. I loved the tiles throughout the walls and floors. Peacocks are part of the scenery.
    Written 18 May 2022
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  • Chandni S
    Whidbey Island, WA3 contributions
    I took my both kids ( one is 4 years and one is 6 years old ) they both enjoyed this zoo. Clean place. We went to restaurant but it did not have much of vegetarian options it might be we went there late.
    Written 18 May 2022
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  • markus p
    Berlin, Germany2 contributions
    Very nice catedral in Palma, the sorroundings are impressive as well and the views from the sea!!! wooo
    Written 20 May 2022
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  • Janet W
    Bridlington, UK237 contributions
    Its been many a long year since a visit to Tenerife....and not usually at this time of year. On a coach tour of the area...
    The area was so lush...green in hundreds of shades in stark contrast to the rock formations. Now featuring more preserved areas to encourage the natural flora and fauna. Some lovely looking plants..could do with more labels on those nearer the paths.
    Little lizards (and some not so little) scuttling around on the craggy rocks.
    Wonderful views in all directions.
    Some serious work has been done to preserve the area....money well spent.
    Written 10 May 2022
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  • Ectoplasm Fantasia
    Birmingham, UK1 063 contributions
    Well kept and beautiful views.

    Recommend taking the lift up and then walking back down.

    Lovely cafe just outside.

    Definitely worth a trip up if you are in Malaga.
    Written 21 May 2022
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  • Fabiola
    Florence, Italy194 contributions
    You need to walk through the old town and up the hill. It’s a bit hidden, but shop keepers pointed me in the right direction. Really beautiful on a sunny day
    Written 10 May 2022
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  • Lina abril
    Portugal7 contributions
    Accessible for intermediate climbers, beautiful views and fun adventure. Have to be careful as the rocks are sharp. Overall a great experience and fun little trip.
    Written 25 April 2022
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  • Ectoplasm Fantasia
    Birmingham, UK1 063 contributions
    As beautiful as you’d expect.

    Stunning views - with the snow capped mountains a highlight.

    Beautiful gardens with exquisite flowers.

    One of the shops has a ‘secret cafe’ in the back which was a lovely surprise.

    It is very busy. Expect to queue and also to show your passport and ticket at least 3 times. If you don’t match you will be denied entry - passport is scanned across the bottom. Very strict about times so make sure you stick to yours for the palace.

    Prepare for lots of walking and little coverage from the sun.

    I found some of the other tourists very obnoxious and entitled including touching things and generally being quite annoying.
    Written 21 May 2022
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  • 48Ashu
    East Midlands, UK55 contributions
    Awful sceneries of lava flows of various types. Entry is via a designated coach through into the old lava flows and culminates in a demonstration of heat that is still given out at the top of the volcano.
    There is sufficient heat to grill a barbecue.
    Four of us booked a taxi for this trip rather than an organised site seeing tour. This gave us flexibility of the length and locations we can visit at no additional cost compared to an organised 'booked tour'.
    Written 10 May 2022
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  • ibnbatutah
    Yorks47 contributions
    Amazing view of Alicante from the top of this castle. It takes time to get to the top, although there is a lift, but it's worth it.
    Written 8 May 2022
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  • brucem1900
    Bristol, UK45 contributions
    We really loved the authentic and antique feel to the area, lots of unique shops and great places to eat, especially the Plaza de low Naranjos.
    Written 12 May 2022
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  • Graham P
    Yate, UK6 contributions
    Really enjoyed the visit to the park. Definitely worth a visit if you haven't been. Its not expensive and rhe parking is free and just outside the park. We had a quick meal there and were there for around 2 hours. It has quite a few animals to see for a site that isn't on the huge side, it wasn't too busy but was hard to see the crocs being fed until we moved on and saw it from a spot above where people stood to see it.
    Written 6 May 2022
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  • Steve A
    London40 contributions
    Visited last week of October (half term) bought 2 day ticket. Both parks not what I call busy but still long queues for some rides. Overall great fun but as main park is open from 10.0am to 6pm Ferrari park is only open from 11am to 4pm. So you only get time to do 3 or 4 rides. Why two separate entrance fees? Why different opening hours? Although you can visit both parks on one of the days. Good to see park operators were strict on face mask wearing. Overall, well worth a visit
    Written 3 November 2021
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