#10 Seville 

Seville is the birthplace of the flamenco, so take a lesson and get out on the dance floor. If dancing isn’t your thing, take in a show and let the professionals show you how it’s done.

#9 Playa del las Catedrales

Walk along the beach Playa de las Catedrales. The beach boasts amazing rock formations, but be sure to go at low tide otherwise the beach is largely inaccessible.

#8 Burgos Cathedral

Awe at Burgos Cathedral. This extravagant Gothic style cathedral is in the heart of Burgos and is the third largest cathedral in Spain.

#7 Barri Gotic

Explore the Barri Gòtic, or Gothic Quarter. First, take in the cathedral, La Seu, and then explore Museu d’Història de la Ciutat and Museu Frederic Marès, to learn about the history of Barcelona and the art of Frederic Marès.

#6 Las Ramblas

Stroll Las Ramblas. This iconic street just for pedestrians represents the essence of Barcelona and is a must-see when visiting. Its length is rich with art, shops, outdoor markets, performers and cafes.

#5 Bell Tower

Check out the largest cathedral in Spain. The cathedral in Seville dates back to the 15th century. Be sure to make the trip to the Bell Tower for magestic views.

#4 Castilla y Leon

Tour Castilla y León, and find a picturesque view of the architecturally magnificent cathedrals and castles. Explore this little city rich in history – it will take you back in time.

#3 Playa de Ses Illetes

Enjoy crystal waters at Playa de Ses Illetes. Take a ferry from Ibiza to the island of Formentera, and you’re in for a slice of heaven. The sand is flecked with pink coral and is the perfect place to snorkel, or just relax on the sand. Rent a motorbike to explore the island after you relax.

#2 Alcazar

Explore Alcazar. This palace has a blend of Spanish Christian and Moorish architecture. It boasts amazing gardens that you could get lost in. (Literally lost, one garden is a maze!) Once inside, the intricate tile work, tapestries, and woodwork will have you in awe.

#1 Bullfight

See a bullfight. Bullfighting is embedded deep into Spain’s history, and although it is much less popular today, it remains a must see in Spain.