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Spain: Plan Your Trip!

by WendyPerrin.com | March 2, 2018

Your Spain Trip Begins Here

With its multiple scenic coastlines, fabulous wine regions, picturesque hiking and cycling trails, and hot spots for urbanites who are gaga over Gaudi and foodies who want their fill of tapas and paella, Spain has become one of the most-visited places on the globe. The downside: Crowds and lines have grown, and more and more travelers are getting sucked into the country’s well-oiled tourism machine, which all too often turns the authentic into the clichéd and funnels people to the most overcrowded and touristy spots instead of the still-charming villages and under-the-radar festivals. Prices have risen too, with the euro’s strength against the U.S. dollar contributing to the sticker shock. If you’re looking for a unique experience that includes the most atmospheric and centrally located four-star or five-star accommodations, the tucked-away eateries beloved by locals, and insider access to vineyards, kitchens, museums, ateliers, and the like, we can introduce you to the right Spain specialists to make the magic happen. When you answer the questions below, specify whether you prefer to rent a car or hire savvy local drivers (to save you time and hassles) or you’re not sure.

Pricing tip:  For a WOW trip to Spain, expect to spend at a minimum $650 per day for two travelers in low season. Add more if you want 4- or 5-star accommodations in high season, high-caliber guides, and special access.

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