Travel Guide


Travel Guide for Spain

Travelers love Spain for many reasons: the architecture, the seafood, or the art. There are unique history and culture in every area of Spain. Galicia, Cantabria, and Vasco areas are known for their beautiful mountain and countryside views. The southeast part of the country, such as Murcia and Valencia, is famous for its sunshine, beach, and clear water.

Ground transportations: The convenient inter-city bus system is operated by Alsa and Avanza. If you are considering traveling to other European countries during your trip by coach bus, Eurolines Pass can be a budget-friendly option. For an exclusive and unique train travel experience, checkout Elipsos Trenhotel by ACPRail company. You can also find rental car services in the major airports, operated by companies such as Eurocar or Hertz.

Stays: If you are looking for vacation rental home stays, Airbnb has a huge collection of rooms available. You can take advantage of VacationHomeRents’s search feature to compare the rates of different types of accommodation across the above-mentioned platforms.

Here are a few more options for you to compare and book your stay:

Visas: For US citizen travelers, visas are not required to enter Spain. For non-US citizen travelers, Schengen visas might be required. When planning for your trip, check the official Spain travel advisory posted by the US Department of State. If you encounter emergency situations or need assistance, contact the US Embassy in Spain for help.

Conil de la Frontera

El Parador de las Hortichuelas

Playa de la Malvarrosa

Sendeiro Praia da Aguieira

San Cosme de Barreiros

San José del Álamo

Las Palmas de Gran Canaria

País Vasco (Euskal Herria)

Carretera de La Antilla