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  1. Describe your dream Barcelona, Madrid, and Seville vacation.

  2. We match you with up to 3 top travel specialists. They compete to plan you tour.

  3. Book the trip when you are satisfied.

The ideal Spain tour encompasses tantalizing culinary experiences, insightful historical discoveries, and an immersion into the natural excellence that pervades the country. Enjoy sparkling beaches, a thriving culture, and spectacular architecture when you allow Zicasso’s experts and guides to customize your ideal Barcelona, Madrid, and Seville tour for you.

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Barcelona Madrid Seville Tours

Barcelona, Madrid, and Seville Tours at a Glance

Spain boasts pristine beaches, passionate flamenco dancers, warm hospitality, and savory tapas for all to enjoy. You will surely fall in love with the country as you step inside ornate cathedrals, barter for goods in vibrant markets, and stroll through whimsical parks with incredible city views. Along the way, you'll learn about Spain’s cultural traditions when you attend an authentic bullfight or meander down the cobbled streets of downtown. There's truly a bit of magic and charm that travelers from all walks of life can enjoy. Among Spain's most illustrious cities, Barcelona, Madrid, and Seville are unrivaled favorites.


Barcelona is the capital city of Catalonia in northeast Spain. It is known for its intricate architecture, beautiful parks, pristine beaches, and culinary excellence.

  • The Gothic Quarter: The Gothic Quarter is revered for its cobblestone streets and exquisite facades. Visit the Placa del Pi or step inside the Cathedral of Barcelona.
  • Gracia: This is a high-end neighborhood that is known for its 19th-century boulevards, art galleries, and cinema. It is also home to Antoni Gaudi's Park Guell.
  • La Barceloneta: This seaside district boasts five-star restaurants and impeccable views. Here, you can visit the Barcelona Aquarium, the Barcelona History Museums, and the San Sebastian and La Barceloneta beaches.
  • El Raval: El Raval is Barcelona's trendy arts scene. You can explore the Museum of Contemporary Art and the Center of Contemporary Culture before checking out La Boqueria Market for wine and tapas.


Madrid is Spain's national capital and an international treasure for visitors from around the world. City life is marked by the convergence of centuries' old architecture and the bustling energy of its neighborhoods.

  • Centro: The Centro is the epicenter of Madrid: tourist attractions, diverse restaurants, tapas bars, and a bustling nightlife. Prominent attractions include the Plaza Mayor, Plaza del Sol, Gran Via, and the Royal Palace.
  • Retiro: This surrounds the massive public park of El Retiro. In the park, you can stroll along paths and take a horse-drawn carriage ride. At the Estanque Grande, you can ride a paddleboat around the picturesque lagoon. Other features of the park include the Crystal Palace, the Velazquez Palace history museum, and the Royal Observatory.
  • Malasana: Malasana is a trendy neighborhood just north of Gran Via. Here, streets are lined with art studios, coffee shops, bookstores, restaurants, and bars.
  • Lavapies: This is a center of live music, international cuisine, and vibrant nightlife. Its highlights include the Reina Sofia Art Museum Casa Encendida, a hub of contemporary art, and a fair trade shop.


Seville is located in Spain's southern region of Andalucia. Sunny weather, flamenco dancers, and warm hospitality are synonymous with this city. The local culture of today is a vibrant mix of Spanish influence from central Spain and the Moors.

  • Casco Antiguo: This is the old town's historical center. Architecture is a unique blend of Renaissance, Gothic, and Moorish design. You can visit the city's ornate cathedral, Royal Alcazar Palace, and the Museum of Flamenco Dance.
  • Triana: The Triana is located across the Alfonso XIII Canal from Seville's Casco Antiguo. Home of the vibrant Triana market, which features food stalls with traditional cuisine, such as croquetas and salmorejo soup.
  • Los Remedios: Los Remedios is Triana's neighbor and Seville's fashion center. You can visit high-end boutiques and stroll through the beautiful Parque de los Principes.

Best Time to Visit Barcelona, Madrid, and Seville

Consider traveling to Spain during these times of the year; the weather is mild and the sightseeing opportunities are endless.


  • The best time to visit Barcelona is during late spring and early summer. During this time, the days are warm and evenings are cool. You can expect sunny weather that is ideal for days at the beach.


  • The best time to visit Madrid is in the late spring, early summer and late fall during the month of November. Late summer should be avoided, especially in August, because temperatures can reach nearly 100 degrees.


  • The best time to visit Seville is in early spring or late fall. Mid-summer months should be avoided because the weather can average a scorching temperature of over 100 degrees Fahrenheit.
  • For visitors hoping to catch the festivities of Semana Santa, you should plan your travels for late March or April. Semana Santa always takes place in the week leading up to Easter. You should note that these processions garner worldwide attention and attract large crowds.

How to get to Barcelona, Madrid, and Seville

When planning your trip to Spain, keep these transportation recommendations in mind to ease your travel logistics.

  • By plane: Barcelona and Madrid have major international airports that make international arrival and departure simple.
  • By train: AVE high-speed trains connect Barcelona to Madrid and Madrid to Seville.
  • By bus: All cities are accessible by bus, but travel times can reach upwards of 7 to 8 hours. Traveling by train is by far the preferred form of ground transportation.
  • Getting Around: Seville, Barcelona, and Madrid each have metro and bus systems that make it easy to get around each city. Taxis are also readily available.

Essential Experiences in Barcelona, Madrid, and Seville

Spain offers a plethora of sightseeing opportunities, from ornate churches to bustling markets and thriving central plazas. Take a look at each of these highlights in the cities of Barcelona, Madrid, and Seville.


  • UNESCO Sagrada Familia and Park Guell: Immerse yourself in the designs of Antoni Gaudi at La Sagrada Familia church and Park Guell.
  • The Gothic Quarter: Wander through Barcelona's charming downtown to marvel at the Placa del Pi and the Bishop's Bridge.
  • La Boqueria Market: Admire the mesmerizing displays of fresh fruit and vegetables before sitting down for a glass of red wine and cheese pairing.


  • Plaza Mayor: Indulge in a variety of tapas from five-star restaurants that line Plaza Mayor.
  • Royal Palace: Step into the courtyard of the Royal Spanish family residence and admire impeccable views of the city.
  • El Retiro Park: Hitch a carriage ride through El Retiro Park and enjoy a picnic next to the central lagoon.


  • Plaza de Espana: Tour the Plaza de Espana and embark on a boat ride along the plaza's central riverway.
  • Royal Alcazar Palace: Marvel at the exquisite tilework and Moorish influence at the Alcazar Palace before getting lost among the foliage in the courtyard area.
  • Plaza de Toros: Attend a live bullfighting show or join a tour to learn about this traditional Spanish pastime.

Travel Considerations

Different regions of Spain can vary drastically when it comes to weather and local customs. Take the following travel considerations into account when planning your trip.


  • Spain, particularly the central and southern regions, is very hot during the summer. Typically, visitors travel during spring, early summer, and late fall to ensure a relaxing trip. In Seville, many shops and restaurants close in August or at least during a siesta period (roughly 2 pm - 7 pm) due to the heat.


  • Visitors to Spain can travel with relative ease. Ground transportation is available between cities by bus and high-speed train.
  • Once in the city, visitors can get around by metro, taxi, or on foot.
  • Each city's downtown is lined with cobblestone streets, which may reduce mobility for some. In these cases, private ground transportation can be arranged. Modern areas of the city beyond the historic quarter tend to be paved and more accessible to all.


Though Spaniards do tend to dress up a bit, nearly any clothing will be fine for your trip. For example, shorts are less common among Spaniards but perfectly acceptable to wear. You may consider something slightly more modest when entering a cathedral, synagogue, or mosque, although there's very rarely an enforced dress code.

Weather Considerations

  • Bring breathable clothing, especially if traveling during the summer months. It's also suggested to bring a hat, scarf, etc. to shield yourself from the sun.

Electrical Considerations

  • Spain operates on a 230V supply and 50Hz. Converters may be needed for smaller electronics without an automatic step down conversion. Spain uses round, two-pronged outlets. You should bring an outlet converter with you.

Pharmaceutical Considerations

  • Remember to bring all prescribed medications with you on your trip. In the case of an emergency, you can speak with hotel staff for hospital recommendations in the area.
  • Pharmacies are readily available in all major Spanish cities, including Seville, Barcelona, and Madrid. You should note that pharmacies and other convenience shops may be closed on Sunday.

Cultural Considerations

  • Parks and beaches are free and available to couples and families.
  • Bathrooms are readily available and are nearly always free. You may consider bringing a small toiletry bag with you as public restroom amenities are not always well-stocked.
  • Many shops are closed on Sundays, and bars and restaurants are likely to have limited hours.

Travel Insurance

You’ve booked your dream vacation, now protect it with travel insurance. A wide range of factors can leave your vacation in limbo. Medical emergencies, inclement weather, and unexpected cancellations can cause turmoil for your trip, so in the unlikely event of a disaster, get the travel insurance coverage that provides peace of mind. To get a quote, visit our travel insurance page.

Flights Via Zicasso

Zicasso Air Desk is an international air ticketing service that eliminates the stress of finding and booking the right flights for your upcoming vacation by employing the same personalized service you can expect from planning a trip with Zicasso. Our competitive flight pricing, 24x7 Service & Support, and Complimentary Consultation of Routing vs. Pricing with an Expert Flight Specialist make finding the perfect flight for your trip effortless.

Travel Documents

Making sure that you are carrying the appropriate travel documents is essential for any traveler when visiting Spain. For this reason, you should be sure to pack the proper paperwork to ensure the most pleasant and problem-free travel experience. Listed below are some of the most important documents to have on you while traveling in Spain:

  • Personal medical information (either on paper or on a smartphone app)
  • If you have a specific medical issue, you should carry pertinent information regarding your condition from your doctor, especially any medication that you are currently taking
  • Emergency contact information
  • Passport
  • Visa, if necessary
  • Proof of airline tickets and reservations
  • Customs forms and documents
  • Hotel or accommodation reservations
  • Travel and medical insurance (see above section regarding this)

Your Zicasso travel specialist will be able to provide requirements specific to your trip, although responsibility always lies with the traveler to ensure that all is in order. Travel requirements can and do change often with little to no notice, so all are wise to stay updated as your trip nears.

Finances & Tipping

  • ATMs are readily available in Spain, and it's recommended that travelers travel with cash because many parts of Spain still operate largely on a cash economy. Small bills or coin denominations are appreciated when visiting local shops and cafes.
  • Tipping is not common in Spain. At most, locals will round up to the nearest euro or two at a restaurant. For any specific tipping questions, you can speak to your Zicasso travel specialist.

Safety and Accessibility of Resources

Spain is considered an extremely safe country. In the case that you have health or safety needs, you can speak with hotel staff or visit a local pharmacy or hospital. Take these safety and health precautions into account when planning your trip to Spain.

Crime Rate

  • Spain has one of the lowest crime rates in the world. Travelers should feel safe when out at night or traveling in remote regions.

Things to look out for

  • Watch for pickpockets, especially when riding public transportation. Unfortunately, the Barcelona metro is notorious for petty thefts, such as pickpocketing.

Medical & First Aid

  • While it is recommended that visitors travel with full prescriptions from home, pharmacies are readily available throughout Spain. You should note that pharmacies may be closed on Sundays.
  • It is recommended that all international travelers consider a consultation with a primary care physician prior to traveling. This recommendation is not intended as a substitute for personalized guidance from a doctor.

Water & Food Safety

  • Travelers do not need to take any major precautions when it comes to food in Spain.
  • Those with dietary restrictions, vegetarians, and vegans should be specific about their preferences because these diets are not well-known in certain parts of Spain.

Travel with Zicasso

When planning a luxury vacation, every detail matters, which is why our approach is different. We will match you with leading travel specialists who are the most qualified to make your dream trip happen. They know their country better than anyone. Each travel specialist in Zicasso’s network is among the finest travel agents and tour operators, comprising the top tier of the industry. Experience the wonder of an exceptional itinerary crafted just for you.

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