A wildly romantic country that dances to a flamenco beat, Spain retains much of its traditional charm at the same time it embraces the new. As you tour Spain, you’ll find great Gothic cathedrals and Moorish palaces, but also sleek modern architecture and cutting-edge cuisines. Taylored Tours can provide new perspectives on the country’s highlights, from the cosmopolitan streets of Madrid to the wineries of La Rioja.
Whether you wish to travel with a group, hire a private chauffeur, or drive yourself, we’ll help make your trip to Spain memorable. Get started by completing our Travel Interest Survey. We can also plan a Spain vacation that will help you dive deep into the country’s distinct regional cultures. Explore Moorish influences in Andalusia, touring the grandiose confines of the Alhambra. Or, you can discover the breadth of cuisine in the Basque Country, where you can enjoy pintxos (tapas on a skewer) and the gourmet offerings of San Sebastián. And, in Catalonia, you have the art and architecture of Barcelona, where the legacy of avant-garde minds like Gaudí, Picasso and Miró lives on.
Best time to visit?
While many people opt to visit Spain in the late spring (April–May) or early autumn (September–October), attracted by pleasant temperatures and lighter crowds, the country’s diverse offerings mean you can find something to enjoy at any time of year. Spain has a relatively mild climate, staying mostly dry year-round and with winter temperatures rarely dropping below 10°C (50°F). Summers can be quite hot, especially in the south and see a greater influx of European visitors heading to the popular beach resorts. While it can get cold and wet in the north during the winter, the south remains very pleasant. Equally, temperatures in the north make it a great option during the summer if you are worried about the heat.
Spend time in Spain's La Rioja region, renowned for its wine production, where you'll enjoy multiple winery tours and tastings. You'll also have time to explore the Spanish cities of Madrid, Bilbao and San Sebastian.