Planning your Spain Holiday? The Spain Travel Guide will show the best Spain attractions to plan your Spain trip. This Spain tour also includes information related to expenses and interesting facts about this amazing country.

Spain is located in Southern Europe with Spanish as the official language. Spain is home to the world’s largest tomato fight: La Tomatina, which is celebrated every year in Buniol. Another world-famous event in Spain is running of bulls held in Pampelona. Spain has a coastline of more than 7000 kms and has several beach destinations to explore.

The primary religion of the country is roman catholic and if you are in for a religious tour you simply must see: Sagrada Familia, Great Mosque of Cordoba, Santiago de Compostela and the Leon Cathedral Spain has a rich cultural history. So, if you are a history buff do not miss – The alhambra, El Escorial and Alcazar of Segovia to name a few. Football is the country’s most important sport. Spain won its first World Cup football title in 2010.

The number one producer of olive oil in the world is Spain producing 44% of the world’s total olive oil production. Euro is the currency of Spain similar to other European countries. You will need a Schengen visa to enter Spain if you are a non-European citizen. Accommodation in Spain is pretty cheap when compared to other Western European countries. Food is important in Spain and often a topic of conversation.

Spanish cuisine consists of a great variety of dishes which stem from differences in geography, culture and climate. City metro and bus lines cost 1-3 EUR per trip. Overnight buses are the cheapest inter-city option and cost around 18 EUR. Museums and attractions in Spain cost between 2-14 EUR. Diving on the islands will cost around 45 Euros per dive. On an average a daily budget of 50-70 Euros will keep you well in Spain.