Travel Dreamer Spain - Destinations


Andalusia Spain

Andalusia is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Spain. No wonder, being the most southern region, it has sunny days almost all year round.

Visit the Mezquita in Córdoba, the Alhambra in Granada, the Alcazar in Seville, or the Alcazaba in Malaga—places famous for their Moorish architecture.

Wander through the narrow streets of beautiful white villages, go to a flamenco concert, and enjoy fantastic local wine and food.

Basque Country


Located on the Bay of Biscay coast in northern Spain, you will find the Basque Country, one of the country’s oldest and most unique regions. The autonomous community is surrounded by a privileged landscape renowned for its excellent cuisine and “Pintxos”.

Visit the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, walk along the famous La Concha promenade in San Sebastian, or explore charming villages like Hondarribia or Guetaria.



Best known for Spain’s second-largest city, Barcelona, the medieval old town of Girona, and the picturesque coastal area of the Costa Brava, Catalonia is a great region to explore.

Feel the vibrant atmosphere of Barcelona city, and explore the emblematic monuments of architect Antoni Gaudí. Sample the region’s famous sparkling cava wine, or go hiking at Montserrat, known for its curious rock formations and monastery.



Fall in love with the capital of Spain, known for its historical buildings, vibrant city life, exquisite art, food markets, bustling nightlife, and the royals.

Visit the world-famous museum, El Prado, order a drink on Plaza Mayor, and discover a little piece of Egypt in Madrid’s city center. Explore the fantastic food markets and relax at Retiro Park.

Castile and León

Segovia - Castile and Leon

The region located northwest of Madrid is known for its roasted meats and special soap made of olive oil.

Visit one of the Romans’ most famous masterpieces, the Aqueduct of Segovia, walk the medieval walls of Avila, and admire the architecture of León, or Salamanca, known for being a university town and its vibrant youth atmosphere.



Galicia is located in the northwest of the Spanish peninsula. The region is well known for the Camino de Santiago (Way of Saint James), a stunning green landscape, the scenic area of the Rías Baixas (Lower Bays) in the south of Galicia, and abundant food.

Visit the region’s most popular cities, Santiago de Compostela, A Coruña, and Pontevedra. But also make sure to explore the coast and its charming villages.

Valencian Community


Located on Spain’s Southeastern coast, the Valencian Community is known for its well-known cities, Valencia and Alicante, and beach resorts like Benidorm and Peniscola

Relax at Costa Blanca’s famous coastline. Visit the architectural complex The City of Arts and Sciences, try the country’s most famous dish, Paella, and experience the traditional feast of Las Fallas.