Walking Tours in Spain
Whether you’re in Spain on a beach vacation or a fun party trip, the country will grip your heart and not let go. Spain is a land of friendly people, delicious tapas, gorgeous scenery, and plentiful busy cities. From the Pyrenees to Basque county to other—worldly architecture, there’s really something for everyone. Walking tours in Spain are a great way to get familiar with the country and a guided walking tour will showcase all that Spain offers.
Starting out in Barcelona, experience a city of both modernity and antiquity. Visit the Cathedral of Santa Eulalia, and the Placa Sant Felipe Neri to see its Civil War markings up close. The city has Roman ruins scattered around as well, and Las Ramblas offers one of the most entertaining sightseeing destinations around. Your guide can also take you on an alternative walking tour of Barcelona, showing you the lesser-known hot spots of the city, including where the best art can be found.
Malaga is another fascinating city of Spain, sure to delight all your senses. On your guided walking tour, you’ll be taken to all the best local food places, starting with a Spanish breakfast of chocolate and churros. If you’d like an emphasis on food, head to a market and try Iberian ham, almonds, olives, and more. Malaga is also full of cultural highlights, like the Roman Amphitheater and the Moorish fortress overlooking the area.
Wine lovers, take a walking tour and visit some of the country’s best wine destinations, like Bodegas Torres in Pacs del Penedes. Your guide will take you through vineyards surrounded by Catalan cottages, as well as historical landmarks like Sant Marti Sarroca with its beautiful castle and Romanesque church. Enjoy a glass of red with your guide while overlooking the Montserrat mountain range, and you’ll understand why so many people are repeat visitors to Spain.Sign up for a no-cost no-spam traveler account to see hidden VIP trip prices, earn some social conscience karma points, and get in on some awesome prizes too!