Spain is one of the most diverse geographical and cultural countries in the world. There’s so much to see in your visit to Spain.
The land of Paella and La Tomatina festival is waiting for you. With a lot of stunning landscapes, beautiful towns, and amazing food.
Find out where to eat, stay and play with your family while traveling to Spain.
Family friendly hotels, restaurants and tours.
GUEST POST by Brandon Villatoro (Travel Experta’s Son) When I was 11 years old my family had an idea which was to go to Spain and rock climb. And that is exactly what we did. We went to Siurana, Spain in Catalonia. This area is considered to be one of the best climbing places in […]Read More
If you don’t know what to do in Barcelona, you can easily stick to the Antoni Gaudí route and chances are you will not only visit all of his masterpieces that have become more than iconic but even the face of Barcelona itself. Although there are tons of Antoni Gaudí places to visit in Barcelona, […]Read More
If there is one structure to visit in Barcelona outside of La Familia Sagrada and that is Casa Batllo. Antoni Gaudí’s most definitive artist work by far, any. Antoni Gaudí Casa Batllo Facts The building where Casa Batlló stands, built between 1875 and 1877 by Emilio Salas Cortés, who was one of Gaudí‘s teachers. It was […]Read More
La Sagrada Familia is almost synonymous with Barcelona. Whenever you hear either said you immediately think of one or the other. It’s like the Statue of Liberty or Empire State Building and New York City. With so much hype around this landmark, finding a tour operator or guide for making it a truly memorable experience for […]Read More
Ibiza is one of the hottest vacation destinations anywhere in the world, a gorgeous Balearic Island just off the easternmost coast of Spain, one of the largest cities and communities in the entire Balearic Islands region. Known all over the world for its incredible nightlife, the electronic music festivals held, and the summertime club scene […]Read More
When you think about traveling to Europe there are a few cities that pop into your mind. Until recently Barcelona was one of them. I had always been extremely attracted to it. So I couldn’t miss the opportunity to go during a recent visit to Spain. Barcelona is one of the cities that you must […]Read More
Arriving to Siurana, Spain’s climbing heaven was the same as arriving to Mecca for my husband. He wasn’t the only one drawn to this place. Within three minutes of our arrival and check in into our Siurana Camping Mobile Home, the owners told us that Sasha Gerzha, one of the world’s champions of climbing is in the bungalow right […]Read More
Sacromonte Granada has got to be one of my family’s and mine favorite spots in Spain. Not only is it the home of Flamenco Dancing and the Gitanos (gypsies), its unique layout is incredibly different than anywhere else. Including the cave houses. 12 Sacromonte Facts – Visit Granada Spain Sacromonte is a neighborhood of Granada in […]Read More
Flamenco Dance is all you think it can be. Dramatic, sad, passionate, heart wrenching and sensual. The history, even though most of it was undocumented, is one of the layers that makes this dance and music so essential for the Spanish culture. Fun Facts About Flamenco Dance Flamenco history has only been documented for the […]Read More
Madrid, as with most of Spain’s cities, has a Teleferico, Cableway (in English). It takes you over the city to its highest peak. Is the Teleferico de Madrid Worth the Money? Before arriving to Madrid I was recommended a number of different Madrid attractions: Prado Museum Royal Palace Flamenco Show Real Madrid Stadium tour (if you can’t […]Read More
There are tons of Barcelona tourist attractions but there was a main thing that my family wanted to do. Traveling Spain with two football fans makes it difficult to escape the Barca magic. Since we were in Barcelona when no games were played, we did the next best thing – tour of Camp Nou Barcelona. […]Read More
Before arriving to any new destination, researching the place is not only common, but a smart thing to do. Unless you totally want to wing it, which is fun, but when you have kids, winging anything is more of a hassle than the joy of it. So when I started my orientation of Best Barcelona […]Read More
Living with a family of chocolate lovers, the idea of visiting one of the most popular chocolatiers in Spain, Simon Coll, was a must do. Visiting and Touring Simon Coll Simon Coll is located about 45 minutes outside of Barcelona. What’s great about the area that Simon Coll is located in, is that it’s also the […]Read More
Visiting Napa Valley over twenty years ago hooked me onto wine tours. Since then, whenever possible, I make sure to visit a local winery. So how could I miss out on a tour while in Spain? Interestingly enough though, when you travel with kids it’s a whole different experience when it comes to wine tours. […]Read More
Where to start when visiting Barcelona? My family’s favorite way to get to know a city is by taking a bike tour. That is exactly what we did. The one main issue with bike tours is that not every company works with young kids, under 16, who need smaller bikes and bike seats to attach to the parent’s bike. […]Read More
What is the cure for peaceful, relaxed travel? Short term vacation rental. Those four words can literally save your trip. Barcelona, Spain is a city that needs to be explored for more than four days. If possible a week. Did you know that Barcelona is absolutely humongous? There are at least six different neighborhoods that […]Read More
Our epic trip to Spain lasted over six weeks and in that time I can honestly say that less than a handful of things were so amazing that I would scream from mountaintops to get the word out for families to MUST – DO. Visiting Barraca Toni Montoliu was without a doubt the best one […]Read More
Valencia has fully surprised us with all the amazing family-based activities to do in this gorgeous coastal city. So adding another unique surprise to its list is starting to be expected. Bioparc in Valencia is one of the top zoos in the world. Why Bioparc Valencia is not Like the Other Zoos My five-year-old had […]Read More
The first thing anyone will see when starting the search on Valencia travel is City of Arts and Sciences. Even though it is said that the Cathedral is the iconic symbol of Valencia, by the looks of it, for the 21st Century, the artistic white buildings against a powerful sky is winning over the ancient style. This incredible […]Read More
Visiting Valencia and not having Paella is like going to Italy and not eating Pasta. However, Paella isn’t just a meal to be had while visiting this gorgeous, historic city. Paella is an experience. And the best way to fully understand the intricacies of it is via cooking class. Working with Valencia Tourism, Maximo, recommended the […]Read More