Spain is a country as diverse as it is eclectic. Futuristic buildings stand alongside ancient Roman cathedrals, while traditional flamenco tablaos surround stylish boutique hotels. Madrid, the magnificent capital, Barcelona, Valencia and Seville are  throbbing cosmopolitan cities with some of the best museums and galleries in Europe. When the cultural attractions close for the night, the bars and restaurants open, and no one parties like the Spanish.Foam parties and rave festivals are massively popular with the clubbing set on the island of Ibiza.   

Reasons to Visit :

Miles of Coastline and Beaches : Most areas of the country enjoy 300 days of sunshine every year, so it's no wonder that tourists and locals alike, flock to the beaches.
Sports Enthusiasts : From visit to the legendary Madrid and Barcelona football clubs, one can also indulge in wind surfing, sky diving, bungee jumping, scuba diving or sail the waters of the Mediterranean.
Vibrant Nightlife : You can dance the night away at the country's many nightclubs.You'll find Tapas bars, clubs, jazz lounges, live music venues and flamenco theatres that cater to all tastes and ages.
Bull Fighting : The controversial but thrilling tradition of bullfighting is still very much alive in Spain, especially so in Madrid.Madrid's Las Ventas Bullfighting Ring hold regular corridas.
Flamenco : Feel the passion of flamenco, in music, dance and song, throughout Andalucia and particularly the cities of Sevilla, Madrid and Jerez de la Frontera.
Running of the Bulls : Run with the bulls or join with the crowds at the Festival of San Fermin in Pamplona.