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While there are more than just a few landmarks in Spain, most momondo users find La Rambla, Playa d'en Bossa, Playa de Muro, and Plaza de España to be the most interesting places to see in the country.
When visiting La Rambla in Barcelona, the closest airport is Barcelona-El Prat Airport.
If you’re unsure where to fly to in Spain, we recommend booking a flight that arrives at the popular Madrid Barajas airport, which services Madrid and its surrounding areas. In the last 12 months, 23% of momondo travellers booking flights to Spain chose to fly into Madrid Barajas.
On average, a flight to Spain will cost £169 per ticket. We’ve had users find flights to Spain for as low as £13, however. If you’re unable to find a plane ticket for £13, but manage to find one for £119 or less, then this is still a great deal. Keep in mind that flight costs vary depending on where you fly from, what time of year you travel, and what airline you fly with.
To save money on airfare when visiting Spain, consider Palma de Mallorca Son Sant Joan airport in Palma de Mallorca, which has the cheapest flights with an average airfare of £13. You may also consider flying to Valencia airport in Valencia for the second cheapest option with an average airfare of £14.
Prices for flights to Spain are refreshed on a daily basis.
As of December 2023, there are 80 operators available to choose from for flights to Spain.
Although the minimum age for a child to fly alone is five, airlines that offer an unaccompanied minor (UMNR) service may have their own age limits, which could be impacted by factors such as flight length, timing, and layovers. It is recommended that you verify with the airline you are booking with for travel to Spain.
The travel and health documents you'll need for your trip to Spain may differ based on your itinerary and personal situation. Typically, you should have several documents on hand, such as a national ID card or driver's license and a passport that is valid for six months after your intended arrival at Spain. It is always advisable to seek advice from your airline or a trusted third party, such as IATA.
|Departing||Destination||Best Time||Best Price|
|London||Palma de Mallorca||2h 25m||£30|
|London||Santiago de Compostela||2h 10m||£35|
Whether you want to witness one of the many religious festivals in Spain or just get involved in tradition, you’ll be spoilt for choice throughout the year. One of the world-renowned festivals is La Tomatina in Buñol near Valencia on the east coast of Spain. Buy a ticket to get involved in a tomato-throwing party of massive proportions – messy yet fun. If you are looking at flights to Spain in April, make sure you get down to Seville to be part of the week-long Feira da Sevilla. It’s a colourful celebration of flamenco, surrounded by horses, carts, and tents that serve regional foods and drinks into the night. Consider going to Spain in the week before Easter to experience Semana Santa or Holy Week. Celebrated throughout the country, you will be able to witness processions of elaborate floats bearing wooden sculptures that show scenes from the Gospels linked to the Virgin Mary and Jesus. While all towns and cities have their own celebrations during this period, the most extravagant and colourful can be seen in cities such as Malaga and Granada. For slightly more sombre religious processions, head to the villages of Valladolid or Léon.
Famous for traditional tapas, Spanish cuisine has a wide variety of foods and flavours inspired by traditions and cultures. One of the most well-known Spanish dishes is paella – a rice dish from Valencia traditionally cooked with meat, usually rabbit and chicken, or seafood. A good place to try this dish in Valencia is Restaurante La Mantandeta which serves not only paellas but also other traditional rice dishes such as Arroz Cassola (or casseroled rice), popular in Catalunya. Another well-known and well-loved food from Spain is Jamón Iberico, salted and cured black pork meat served as wafer-thin slices with a side of soft, fresh bread. When visiting Seville, you must sample traditional Gazpacho – a rich tomato soup flavoured with peppers and garlic and served cold. For a tasting experience, take yourself to San Sebastian in the Basque country and try out the typical pintxos – little bites of various foods served on cocktail sticks. Choose as many or as few as you like and try out some of the region’s flavours, ranging from seafood over spicy meats to cheeses.
While your immediate thoughts about what to see in Spain will turn to the museums of Madrid or the architecture of Barcelona, you should definitely venture beyond these cities for a wide range of things to do and see. Look at Spain flight deals to Seville, where you could hire a car and drive into Andalusia to visit the little town of Ronda, nestled in the national park of Sierra de las Nieves. The charming old town is well worth a visit, while the bridges crossing the canyon provide spectacular views. If you are keen on archaeology, take a trip to Mérida in the Extremadura region. Here you see the remains of the Forum and the Temple of Diana and visit the Roman amphitheatre, dating back to 8BC and still in use today for summer concerts. A visit to Spain would not be complete without seeing the Alhambra de Granada. This imposing red stone complex, consisting of a fortress and a palace overlooking the city of Granada, was built in the ninth century and became home to the Muslim monarchs in the thirteenth century.
British passport holders can stay visa-free in Spain for a period of up to 90 days in any 180 days. Your passport must be no more than ten years old and remain valid for at least three months after the date you leave Spain. You will need proof of a return ticket as well as funds for your stay and confirmation of accommodation or, if staying with friends, a letter of invitation with proof of address.
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