The Iberian Peninsula is a European country that has more types of climate due to its geographical situation. As a result, one of the main tourist attractions is precisely the different climates and landscapes of this country. The whole peninsula can be visited even in summer or wintertime because there are places where you can enjoy beaches all year round, whereas other places have snowy landscapes for several months per year. This article will provide some information about hotels, sightseeing spots, and activities that you can enjoy during your trip to Spain.

Sightseeing Spots In Spain


Alhambra is one of the most visited places in Spain, and it’s a former Muslim fortress located in Granada. Construction was started during the rule of Muhammad I, Sultan of Granada, and continued under his son Muhammed II before it was conquered by Christians during the 15th century. The whole complex has buildings with both Arab and Moresque styles decorated with elements of nature such as plants.

Museum Thyssen-Bornemisza

The Museum Thyssen-Bornemisza is arguably one of Madrid’s most extravagant museums from an architectural point of view since it was designed by famous architects Cesar Pelli and Cruz y Ortiz specifically for housing a collection that belonged to a Swiss businessman named Baron Hans Heinrich Thyssen-Bornemisza.

Santiago Bernabeu Stadium

The Santiago Bernabeu Stadium is a football stadium built in 1947 currently used by the most successful football club from Madrid – Real Madrid C.F. In 2008, it was voted as one of the ten most beautiful stadiums in the world, and it’s still worth visiting for anybody interested in this sport since there are other facilities such as a museum inside it which include trophies, pictures, and letters that belonged to famous players and coaches who were part of this team like Di Stefano, Raul or Zidane.

Hotels And Accommodation In Spain

Although there are many excellent throughout Spain, we decided to present to you some of the most attractive options available at relatively affordable prices.

Hotels In Barcelona

Barcelona is one of the Spanish cities with more hotels and other types of accommodation from hostels, pensions, or apartments. In this city, there are a lot of five-star luxury hotels that offer services such as a spa, sauna, or business center where you can hold meetings while being on your holiday break. Prices also depend on the time of year, so if, for example, you travel during the spring season, it’s possible to find a room cheaper than during Christmas time when demand increases considerably due to tourism. Amongst our recommendations we have: W Barcelona located by the beach and offering direct access to the 10th largest hotel pool in Europe; Melia Barcelona Sky with a fantastic panoramic view of the city from the modernist restaurant on the top floor or Hotel 1898 that surrounds an inner courtyard and right in front you can find Barcelona’s famous Ramblas.

Hotels In Palma De Mallorca

Palma de Mallorca is one of Spain’s most attractive tourist destinations due to its climate all year round, as well as a wide range of hotels, bars, restaurants, and many other activities for visitors such as concerts or exhibitions. One of our recommended hotels is Fergus Style Palma Suites, located within a historical building dating back to 1915, having been previously used as a bank that offers luxury rooms equipped with all kinds of amenities such as wifi or satellite TV. There is also the Puro Hotel Cocoa Beach located in a privileged area with easy access to all touristic places and just 5 minutes away from the beach.

Hotels In Madrid

Madrid is one of Europe’s most popular cities, and it has many hotels and other types of accommodation such as hostels, pensions, apartments, or private homes for rent. The city hosts several events throughout the year, so there are usually fully-booked hotels during such periods as Christmas or Easter holidays. There are also some grand historical 3 or 4-star hotels where you can find affordable rates, such as Art Hotel Mayorazgo that was built in 1917 and offers its guests an elegant atmosphere composed of stone walls, parquet floors, and marble staircases.