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Tourism in Spain: the passionate traveller’s paradise

Whether you’re drawn to the vibrant culture of its major cities such as Barcelona, or want to lounge on some of the best beaches in Europe, Spain is an ideal tourist destination for any traveller.

Spain Destinations


Spain Multi-city packages

 Transat offers different travel options in Europe so you can experience something truly memorable, whatever the region you dream of exploring. Opt for one of our packages below: practical options for a vacation filled with relaxation or extraordinary explorations... all which are hassle-free!
  • Barcelona & Madrid

    Package inclusions

    Flights 8 Nights 8 Meals Transfers* Train

    Immerse yourself in the warmth and passion of Spain as you visit two of the country’s most cosmopolitan cities. More details >

    Flights    Barcelona   Madrid   

    *Some restrictions apply.


    Barcelona & Madrid

  • Barcelona, Valencia & Madrid

    Package inclusions

    Flights 10 Nights 10 Meals Transfers* Train

    Make the most of your time in Spain by visiting three of the country's most beautiful cities. More details >

    Flights    Barcelona   Madrid   

    *Restrictions apply.


Experience Transat Blog

  • Terraces in Europe - Our Top 10!

    23 June 2016
    An American-style rooftop terrace, a café in a museum or a magnificent terrace in a courtyard… The choice is yours! Where to find these hidden gems? Here are our top picks for terraces in Europe.

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  • Things to do in Malaga: Experience the City on Foot

     By MATT GIBSON / 07 April 2015
    Located on Spain’s temperate Costa del Sol (translation: Sunshine Coast), Malaga is one of the country’s best-loved destinations. The city attracts visitors like a magnet, being the home of Picasso’s birthplace, the Alcazaba, and the Camino del Rey, once known as the “most dangerous trail in the world”. Even though these famous attractions are the most well-known things to do in Malaga, however, they’re certainly not the only ones.

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