Málaga’s west coastline hosts ones of the most renowned tourist localities of the country such as Torremolinos, Benalmadena, Fuengirola, Marbella or Estepona. This area concentrates a lot of leisure facilities, with funfairs and water parks, casinos, golf courses and prestigious marinas, such as Puerto Banús, a luxury area full of expensive shopping malls, restaurants and bars.

The Serranía de Ronda forms part of the most traditional white villages route. Then, you can plan an excursion over this area starting from Ronda, one of the most romantic cities in Andalusia, where you can visit the Tajo, a 100-metre deep gorge, the New Bridge by Martín de Aldehuela or the Real Maestranza de Caballería bullring. Then you can reach, the localities of Atajate, Benadalid, Algatocín or Gaucín .

Finally, you can go to the Sierra de las Nieves Natural Park, which conserves the remains of a conifer wood dating back to the Tertiary Period. You will discover one of the most unique pine species in the world!

A bus tour is a nice way to visit the surroundings of Madrid. Indeed, you will discover beautiful landscapes in the mountains as well as some typical villages and cities whose two of the most visited are Aranjuez and Toledo.

The city of Toledo, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1986, is located on a rocky headland, bordered by the river Tajo, just 70 kilometres from the capital. You will certainly enjoy its beautiful historic center that has been through three cultures from three religions – Muslim, Hebrew and Christian. Full of heritage and monuments, it also counts a marvelous gothic cathedral of the 15th century.

At 48km from Toledo, you will find Aranjuez, another municipality lying in the south of Madrid. Located at the confluence of the Tagus and Jarama rivers, its cultural heritage is declared as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. You will enjoy passing by the Royal Palace, impressive gardens and its remarkable well-preserved arena.

The new terminal of the Bilbao airport, the international airport of Loiu, has been inaugurated in 2000, in the north of the city. Designed by Valencian architect Santiago Calatrava, it allowed increasing the air traffic capacities thanks to the arrival of low cost companies. Bilbao Airport is the busiest airport of the Basque Country.

Thus the city is well serves by the main European capitals and the Top international destinations includes Paris, Berlin, Frankfurt, Munich and London. It also offers some national flights mainly to Madrid and Málaga.

If you visit the Basque country there are some other great cities apart from Bilbao that you can visit like Vitoria-Gasteiz, capital of the province of Álava that hosts the Basque government and parliament. It is a city that has been through an intense history and it is definitely worth it to visit its monumental historic city center.

Pamplona, the historical capital city of Navarre, is worldwide famous for the San Fermín festival where the main attraction is the running of bulls through the streets of the city. It also has a great historic-artistic heritage including some notable churches and other civil architecture buildings.

San-Sebastián, capital of the province of Guipuscoa, is an important and beautiful seaside resort of the Bay of Biscay. It hosts each year the San Sebastián International Film Festival and will become, in 2016, the European capital of culture with Wroclaw.

There is so much to do and to see in Barcelona, but it can also be your base camp to visit the rest of Catalunya! Just a short distance away in the north you can visit the beautiful city of Girona or go to discover the surrealist museum dedicated to Dali in Figueres.

Down to the south you can go to the Costa Daurada to enjoy its nice sandy beaches or to stopover Sitges, city of inspiration for a whole generation of Catalan artists in the late 19th century. Then, you can keep going until Tarragona that showcases a roman legacy which has been declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO with important places such as its amphitheatre and its medieval quarter.