No one speaks English, it's amazingly cheap and Barcelona's not that dodgy.
Madrid is a mix of old and new; high culture and fun.
The Mandarin Oriental Ritz Madrid's glamour refit cements its reign in Spain.
This cherished staple is the perfect example of something that's greater than the sum of its parts.
There are citrus groves galore - this train isn't known as "The Orange Express" for nothing.
Where palatial domes, modern towers and the spires of another cathedral - the city's medieval one - jostle for your gaze
You won't suffer church fatigue at Seville's magnificent cathedral.
Incredible art is placed front and centre on the Spanish stage, with architecture born from rebellious and creative spirits such as Dali, Picasso and Gaudi. Throw Roman ruins, Islamic architecture and gothic cathedrals into the mix, and you have an enthralling destination. Cities are linked by diverse landscapes; mountain ranges, Mediterranean coastlines, and rustic villages that cling to dusty hilltops, not to mention the food... oh the food.