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    Royal Palace of Madrid, Spain, view from the Sabatini Gardens.
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    Grapes close-up in a vineyard, La Rioja, Spain.
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    Nice beach with the old town of San Sebastian, Spain in the morning
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    cheerful young woman using phone in Madrid, Spain
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    Cathedral of Saint Mary (Catedral de Santa Maria de la Sede) in Seville, Spain

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Spain is one of the top tourist destinations in Europe. The second most populous country located in western Europe, this beautiful and great country attracts many tourists every year. Spanish people are friendly, the well-known beaches are great, and the architectural marvels of Madrid and Barcelona are unforgettable. If you are looking for vacations in Europe, Spain is one of the best available options. To help you make the most out of your stay, MrShuttle offers airport transfers, transport and tours that will help you see the top tourist attractions in Spain. All of our services are door-to-door and aimed to make your experience in Spain the best possible.

Can I get a door-to-door airport transfer in Spain?

Yes, you can get door-to-door airport transfers and tours in Spain with MrShuttle. What does door-to-door means? The simplest explanation is that you are taken care of from the beginning to the end of your journey. We pick you up at an agreed place, and drive you to whatever destination is needed. It might be your hotel, it might be your airport, or it might be a museum or a Spanish beach. Anything goes. Door-to-door services have no hidden costs and our prices are fixed. You will always know how much you will have to pay before getting into the car, and for destinations within the same city, the price is not based on distance or time traveled. In the case of tours and trips, door-to-door also means that you are paying for two-way transport. You don’t have to worry about finding a way to come back to your hotel after your tour ends – we will pick you up and take you back. Door-to-door services are considered the best, most cost-effective, and safest way to plan your transport during vacations. Choose door-to-door services at MrShuttle if you are looking for a fun, hassle-free vacation.

Can I get English-speaking guides and drivers in Spain?

MrShuttle’s services are always available in at least English, and often in other languages too. English is the international standard and as aspiring leaders of the tourism industry, we make sure to have the best English-speaking guides and drivers available. Language barriers and communication issues can sour even the most beautiful vacations, which is why we want to make your experience as smooth and comfortable as possible.

Fountain Rio Turia on Square of the Virgin Saint Mary, Valencia Cathedral, Basilica of Virgen the Helpless

Where can I ask questions about tours and airport transfers in Spain?

You can find the answers to frequently asked questions about Spain in the FAQ at the bottom of this page. We aim to provide more extensive coverage of topics such as TOP Tourist Attractions or the history of UNESCO Heritage Sites on our blog. If there are any questions you want to ask that are not covered in either of the above. contact us directly. You may use the chat that should be visible in the corner of this page, give us a phone call, or send us an email. Pick the option you are the most comfortable with.

What to expect in Spain?

Spain is one of the world’s biggest tourist destinations, so expect a lot of fun but also a lot of crowds! June, July and May are generally the most crowded months. A safe and welcoming country, Spain is generally divided into two distinct regions: Northern Spain and Southern Spain. Since Spain is quite big, travel can take a lot of time, so it is best to be prepared and plan your trip in advance.

Do I have to know Spanish when visiting Spain? Do people speak English in Spain? What languages are spoken in Spain?

Yes, you can talk in English when visiting Spain. While the official languages of Spain are Spanish (also known as Castillan), Catalan, Galician and Basque and there are many people who speak English and German in Spain, especially in the areas frequently visited by tourists. So do not worry – basic knowledge of English is good enough. In the most popular areas, people make a living thanks to tourists, so they are eager to talk! So don’t worry and just have fun.

What is the weather in Spain? When is the best time to visit Spain?

The climate in Spain is temperate and comfortable all round the year. The humidity and warmth make the country perfect for warm-weather lovers in every season other than winter. There is some contention about which season is the best – summer or spring?

  • Summer is the warmest and the most popular season. Swimwear is standard, cities and beaches are most crowded. Summer is the best time for those who love warm weather and want to enjoy the sea and do not mind the heat.
  • Spring is the second most popular season of the year. It is also the rainiest, so keep your clothes light, but pack a spare rain jacket just in case. Spring is chiller but still warm, perfect for those who do not like things too hot.

Choose Summer if you want to make the most out of the beaches and sea, and choose Spring or Fall if you are more interested in inland sightseeing and exploring the cities themself.

What are the top tourist attractions in Spain?

Spain became one of the world’s hottest tourist destinations in the 20th century and continues to keep its strong position well into 2021. Some of the Spanish top attractions include:

  • a vibrant and fascinating culture, found in events such as the world-famous Las Fallas De Valencia festival
  • rich and fascinating architecture ranging from times of Roman Empire to modern wonders, such as Santiago de Compostela Cathedral, Alhambra Palace or La Sagrada Familia
  • beautiful and delightful beaches of the Mediterranean Sea and Bay of Biscay, such as La Concha, Tossa De Mar, Praia da Rodas
  • spectacular and breathtaking mountain ranges, including Sierra Nevada, Mount Teide, Sierra de Guadarrama, Picos de Europa

What are UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Spain? How many UNESCO World Heritage Sites there are in Spain?

There are 48 UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Spain. A World Heritage Site is a place of special importance, a unique wonder that makes the world a better place. To be included on the list, a given location has to provide something universally outstanding to humanity and worth preserving for the future. Spain is the third country in the world with the highest number of World Heritage Sites, and second in Europe, with only Italy and China having more.

What are the best things to see in Northern Spain?

Here are some of the best tourist attractions you should visit in Northern Spain:

  • Castile-La Mancha
  • The Basque Country
  • Catalonia


  1. Sagrada Família
  2. Park Güell
  3. Palau de la Música Catalana
  4. Museu d’Art Contemporani de Barcelona
  5. Barcelona Cathedral
  6. Santa Maria del Mar
  7. Montjuïc Castle
  8. Casa Batlló
  9. La Rambla
  10. Picasso Museum


  1. Plaza del Castillo
  2. Camino de Santiago
  3. La Ciudadela


  1. Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum
  2. Guggenheim Museum
  3. The Royal Palace
  4. The Prado
  5. Retiro Park
  6. Plaza Mayor


  1. Catedral Primada
  2. Alcázar
  3. Monasterio de San Juan de los Reyes
  4. La Puerta de Bisagra
  5. Puente de San Martín


  1. Iglesia Sagrario
  2. El Cajas National Park
  3. Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception
  4. Mirador de Turi
  5. Pumapungo Park

What are the best things to see in Southern Spain?

Here is a list of the best tourist attractions in Souther Spain to get you started. You should visit:


  1. Alcazaba de Málaga
  2. Catedral Nuestra Señora de la Encarnación
  3. Castillo de Gibralfaro
  4. Basílica Nuestra Señora de la Victoria
  5. Jardín Botánico-Histórico La Concepción


  1. The Alhambra
  2. Albayzín
  3. Granada Cathedral
  4. Royal Chapel
  5. Sierra Nevada


  1. Mezquita Mosque
  2. Patio de los Naranjos
  3. Jewish Quarter
  4. Medina Azahara
  5. Roman Bridge
  6. Calahorra Tower


  1. Seville Cathedral
  2. Real Alcázar
  3. Maria Luisa Park
  4. La Giralda
  5. The Ibero-American Exposition


  1. The Plaza de San Juan de Dios
  2. Cadiz Cathedral
  3. The Tavira Tower
  4. Santa Catalina Castle
  5. The Roman Theater


  1. Explanada de España
  2. Casco Antiguo
  3. Basilica of Santa María
  4. Mercado Central
  5. Alicante’s Towers
  6. Castle of Santa Barbara

Gran Canaria

  1. Las Palmas Old Town
  2. Vegueta
  3. Sioux City
  4. Jardín Botánico Viera y Clavijo
  5. Maspalomas
  6. Roque Nublo

Santa Cruz de Tenerife

  1. Plaza de Espana
  2. Castillo de San Cristobal
  3. Las Canadas National Park
  4. Playa de las Teresitas
  5. Santa Cruz Jardin Botanico
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John R.

Bustling airport, very modern and spacious. Everywhere looks clean and well kept.

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Claire A.

Excellent value for money, the drivers were very polite and always on or before time needed.

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I highly recommend this company. The car for 6 people was waiting for us even before the scheduled time. The drivers were super nice and the car ( minibus) clean and comfortable. Good price too and you can pay in cash or credit card if you order via website.

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Chris M.

Easy to book, drivers arrived on time, well priced, glad we used them, made the transfers hassle free.

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