Although many visitors come for its beaches, art and partying, San Sebastian-Donostia is an unmissable gastronomic destination.
Its narrow and winding streets are full of bars and restaurants and in the modern district there are cafes on every sidewalk. The specialty of the city is seafood. Don’t expect dinner around 6 or 7 p.m., it’s way too early for Spain. In the meantime, you can satisfy your hunger with tapas, then eat and drink until late at night.
The Ribera del Duero wine route stretches right through the middle of Spain, and specifically in four provinces of Castile-Leon: Burgos, Segovia, Soria and Valladolid.
On its approximately 115 kilometers, it always has the Douro as a traveling companion. The underground cellars, which immerse visitors in the origins of wine, the tradition of the families of producers, avant-garde architecture, Castilian gastronomy, cultural heritage or natural landscapes are all assets that make this trip an unforgettable experience.
Burgos is an important stop on the Camino de Santiago, famous for its historical and religious buildings. The importance of the birthplace of Cid, the famous Spanish hero, is also reflected in the major sites of interest in the old town. The splendid Gothic cathedral and the castle overlooking the city give it a timeless atmosphere.
Besides these iconic places, Burgos is home to everything that makes Spain so charming: quality local cuisine, good wines and a relaxed atmosphere!
“The city of the Guggenheim” is the nickname we could also give to this city in the Basque Country. Since the construction of this original museum in 1997, Bilbao has changed profoundly. The city, which never ceases to surprise with its futuristic constructions designed by prestigious architects, has become a true world reference in terms of modernity.
Make no mistake, it is the smallest Spanish province, but it has made a name for itself thanks to its heady wines and its magical setting. With its spa resorts and steep mountain trails, La Rioja is an ideal getaway for tourists of all kinds.
This region of Spain, which has more than 500 producers, enjoys an international reputation for the quality of its wines. During your visit, you can of course taste them, but also do a host of activities among the vineyards: horseback riding, hot air balloon flights, off-road circuits…
Cosmopolitan and vibrant capital of Spain, Madrid is an endearing city bursting with energy that has nothing to envy to its European competitors.
Modernism and history continue to intertwine at every street corner and there is an abundance of small neighborhoods, each prettier than the next. Thanks to its quality of life, its architecture, its cultural offer, its gastronomy and above all its sunny climate all year round, Madrid is attracting more and more travelers who come to discover the capital for a weekend or more.
Located between the Mediterranean coast and the Montjuïc hill, Barcelona is an attractive, fascinating and constantly renewing city.
Visiting the capital of Catalonia is always a good idea, whatever the season of the year thanks to its more than favorable climate ! Whether you are a fan of long walks on the beach, visits to museums, Gaudian architecture or Catalan gastronomy, Barcelona is the ideal destination.
On the Costa del Sol, a round of golf can be enjoyed at any time of year. Boasting a whopping 300 days of sunshine, views of the Mediterranean Sea and mountains, as well as some of Europe’s most renowned golf courses, this picturesque part of the world provides the perfect setting in which to perfect one’s swing.
The modern Hotel Aranea is a 5-minute walk from Gaudi’s Sagrada Familia. It offers free Wi-Fi, and a roof terrace with sun loungers and Barcelona city centre views.
Monumental Metro Station and Bullring are just 400 metres from Hotel Aranea. You can reach Plaça Catalunya and La Rambla in 10 minutes by bus or Metro.
Modern, air-conditioned rooms feature parquet floors and satellite TV. Windows are double-glazed, and there is a safe and minibar. The bathroom comes with a hairdryer and amenities, as well as a bath or shower.
The Aranea restaurant serves a buffet breakfast and Mediterranean buffet lunch. Staff at the 24-hour reception can provide information about what to see and do in Barcelona.