Thinking about booking a gastronomy tour in Seville, Madrid or Barcelona? We’ve been planning customised travel itineraries around Spain and Portugal for 16 years and we encourage every single Totally Spain client to go on a food tour. Why not join us on a “behind-the-scenes” in Seville, to see why they are such good fun as well as being educational and – quite filling too!
Here at Totally Spain, our clients have been known to ‘splash out’ on certain things when travelling in Spain but that’s usually because we are able to find them some great deals and get them a bit more bang for their buck. After 16 years of designing itineraries throughout Spain and Portugal, we know a lot about providing great value for money when devising a trip to Spain. Here are some of our favourite Money Saving Travel Tips in Spain which we encourage you to try out!
After 15 years designing custom trips to Spain and Portugal, we can honestly say that a huge, huge portion of our Totally Spain valued clients are what the industry calls baby boomers. Yes, those people born in the US between 1946 and 1964. We really enjoy working with these experienced, mature travelers and, for that reason we thought, why not say something about it? So, in no particular order, here are eight reasons why we love working with baby boomers and why baby boomers love Spain and Portugal and working with Totally Spain.
The film crews love Cantabria. Last year it was the Seve Ballesteros biopic. This year it’s the story of Altamira with Antonio Banderas at the helm. We know why it’s so popular because we live here and so if you’ve been thinking about a trip to Cantabria, here are our top travel tips for Cantabria 2015!
September is a fantastic month to visit Spain. Not so hot, not so crowded and when much of the Northern hemisphere is switching on the heating and getting out the boots and sweaters, you are still able to enjoy a day out on the sea or a hike and picnic in the hills.
We’re just back from a lovely trip to Galicia and want to share some of the great reasons to visit the North West of Spain. This time, we chose the Rias Baixas area as our base and toured the vicinity as well as going north to Santiago de Compostela and south to the Cies Islands. We re-visited some destinations we love, tried out some great new places, ate extremely well and enjoyed some delicious white wine. Read about our trip below and let us help you plan where to go in Galicia.