The historical and cultural wealth of Spain is so wide and diverse that it is impossible to list it all.
Throughout history, many civilizations that have passed through the Iberian Peninsula have left their mark to form a huge melting pot of fascinating cultures.
Romans, Arabs, Celts and a multitude of others imprinted their character on the different corners of Spain, making each new visit to our country different from the last.
Currently, Spain is the third country in the world for UNESCO world heritage sites, with a list of wonders that continues to grow each year.
From the impressive monuments and picturesque villages located along the Camino de Santiago; the famous museums scattered everywhere, such as the Prado in Madrid, the Guggenheim in Bilbao and the Picasso museum in Malaga; to renowned architectural jewels such as the Alhambra in Granada, the Sagrada Familia and Parc Guell in Barcelona or the mosque of Cordoba, knowing Spain in its entirety takes a lifetime... shall we start?