As well as designing custom itineraries for travellers to Spain, Totally Spain also designs trips in Portugal. Our clients love visiting the wonderful museums to explore Portugal’s past and present, and always highlight the private guided tours we arrange, where they can fully absorb the context and significance of the items on show. Portugal has so many great treasure troves to delve into but here are a few of our favourites for every Portugal trip…
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Wineries with Art in Spain – The Best Bodegas for All Things Fine
We’ve been planning winery tours in Spain ever since we set up Totally Spain back in the year 2000, and thrive on using our knowledge to select bodegas that mean something extra special to our clients. When we are designing an itinerary for a client that seeks great art and wine, here are some of the excellent wineries with art in Spain offering very impressive collections that we recommend visiting…
Centro Botin Santander Cantabria – Art at its Best on the Bay
Five years in the making, the Renzo Piano designed Centro Botin Santander opens shortly and here at Totally Spain we can’t wait to add this space to our list of inspiring architectural and cultural spaces. We’ve been designing custom travel itineraries throughout Cantabria and Spain since we set up in the year 2000 and being based near Santander in Cantabria, we are very keen to set foot inside to experience the design, the art and the catering with none other than local, double Michelin-star chef Jesus Sanchez’ at the helm.
Madrid’s ARCO | Well Worth a Visit!
There are lots of great months to visit Madrid but February is not one that springs to mind – unless you are a big fan of contemporary art! If you are: pack your warm jacket and designer shades because ARCO is coming to town.
Salvador Dali’s Catalonia – The Artist’s Favourite Places
As you’d expect, Catalonia is a hugely popular destination for Totally Spain and our Dali-themed itineraries are really fun to organise and take part in! Our clients love to visit Salvador Dali’s Catalonia to see the places where the artist was born, when he grew up and played, where he studied and where he found inspiration for his work. Remember, Salvador Dalí exhibited all over the world and travelled significantly but he always came home to his native Catalonia. Here’s why he loved it so much…