Modernism Art and Architecture - Architecture is a key attraction at Barcelona, thanks to extraordinarily creative work of Antoni Gaudí and his Modernista contemporaries. Gaudi's most famous Sagrada Familia is one of the most visited monuments in the world.
Rocking Nightlife - Barcelona has an impressive nightlife on offer, and it has become one of the cities that never sleeps. You will struggle to find clubs that are closed, and most will stay up open until 6am, and you will find the most fashionable districts in El Born, the Old Town and Port Olímpico, close to the beaches.
Beach and great Weather - Barcelona has a mild climate all year round, and even in winter the temperatures usually stay above 10 degrees Celsius. Barcelona beach is rated one of the best urban beach in the world. You have equally impressive beaches in the small coastal towns that surround Barcelona.
Art & Rich History - Madrid has a rich and interesting history to discover, and this is reflected in the many historic buildings throughout the city. Madrid's Puerta del Sol is the main square and the centre point of Spain, emphasizing the importance of the city in the history of the rest of the country as well. Madrid's museums, especially The Prado, are well known for their collection of European art. You need a day just to visit the museums, though you can manage to see Prado in 2 hours
Melting Point - Madrid is considered the melting point of all Spanish culture
The Shopping - Madrid is a wonderfully modern and trendy city, and it will be hard not to go shopping at least once while you are there. There are shops for every taste and budget, from small boutiques to luxury international brands. It is also great place to pick up Spanish Souvenirs
The Nightlife -Madrid is a city that is full of life, and this continues throughout the night. During your stay here you will eat late and stay out till all hours of the morning soaking up the lively nightlife. Some of the nightclubs are expensive and insist on a dress code but overall it is one big party city.
Though Flamenco did not originate at Madrid, it has become the modern capital of Flamenco as all budding talent set their base at Madrid. The Flamenco tablaos of Madrid put up a very authentic show.
The Architecture - Like most European cities, Seville has a lot of fascinating architecture on offer, but this city is a little different. Many of its building like the Alcazar and the Seville Cathedral are example of Mudéjar architecure.
The Authenticity - Although Seville is one of the largest cities in Spain, there are not nearly as many people that speak English. Come here if you want to learn Spanish or try using the language skills you already have.
The Closeness - Seville is a big city but it often does not feel like it. If you are staying in the city centre you will find that it is very easy to get around on foot and you will be able to discover everything that the city has to offer. Perfect place to visit nearby Andalusian towns as day trips
The Dancing -Seville is the home of Flamenco in Spain, and you will get the chance to experience this up close. Like most big cities in Spain, Seville has an impressive nightlife, and in the Triana district you can go to clubs that have Flamenco dancing on display.
The Wine - If you enjoy local wine, Basque Country is for you. Here you can find many fine wineries and local wines in just about every restaurant you visit.
The Landscapes - This is one of the best places to take a road trip in Spain. You will want to explore the breath-taking coastline at your own pace, starting in small fishing villages, then driving along the coast and stopping at quaint medieval villages along the way.
The Events - This region has an extensive cultural calendar that will keep people entertained all year around. Spend some time in the beautiful city of San Sebastián to discover endless concerts, exhibitions, theatres and cultural programmes.
The Culture -The unique Basque culture is a point of pride in the region and area has a distinct culture to it. Here you will find the distinct regional language alongside Spanish, and will see the noticeable difference between here and the rest of Spain.