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From the other world-ly architecture of Gaudi’s Sagrada Familia in Barcelona to the quaint villages filled with the sounds of flamenco guitar, Spain offers rich culture amidst sandy beaches, picturesque lookouts, and impressive cities. A blend of people from young and fashionable adults to businesspeople, tourists, and golfers, visitors to Spain can find a home anywhere. See the city of Barcelona from old bunkers or tour the city of Granada while making your way around the country. Make sure to include Spain for lifelong memories on your next getaway!

Does Spain have any beach communities?

Yes! One of our favorites is San Sebastian—located on the NE coast of Spain. This quaint beach town is only a 6-hour (and very scenic) train ride from Paris. San Sebastian also boasts some of the best surfing in Europe and even draws a huge international surfing competition each year. Many locals venture to San Sebastian for their summer vacation spot, too—even the Queen of England summered here in the late 19th century!

What are the tipping guidelines for Spain?

A 10% gratuity over the total cost of a meal is recommended.

Can I bring back some of the famed Spanish meat with me back to the U.S.?

Unfortunately, no. Meats from Spanish pigs may not be allowed into the U.S. Even the plastic-sealed chorizo and other meats sold at the airport duty-free shops will be confiscated by customs.