Experience Spain is dedicated to creating holiday experiences that will last a lifetime. Offering a range of holiday experiences, from hiking in the Pyrenees to exploring the culture of bustling Madrid, we believe that vacation time is precious and that holidays can fly by too quickly. With so many different things to see and do, it is important to make the most of the time you have, and that’s where we come in.
We customize our holidays according to your tastes, your budget, and your requirements. Avoid disappointments, tourist traps and experience each destination like a local, making most of your hard earned vacation time. Our trips are thoroughly researched and personalised. The only shortcuts we take are ones that cut down travel time. If you’re not quite sure what you want, but know the flavor you’re looking for, check out some of our pre-planned itineraries here.
Ralph, our founder, has travelled the world and considers himself a full-time explorer. Keen on the art of slow travel, he takes his time to truly immerse himself and experience each area he visits, getting hands on with the culture. This gives him the in-depth knowledge which allows us to personalize all of the offered experiences and itineraries that much more (read more).
We also have a great Chief Guide, César Garcia, a born and bred madrileño, who has been guiding tourists for over 18 years. His experiences have piqued his abilities to guide tourists around the true culture of Spain. He’s also an avid hiker, and is an expert on flora, geology, and nature itself (read more). All of our guides are bilingual, have a clearly defined area of expertise around which, over time, they have built a deep and intimate knowledge, and are fully committed to delivering the most personalized experiences possible.
What’s your experience?
All of our holiday experiences and itineraries are tailored specifically to your taste and we have a selection of pre-planned trips for those who don´t have the time to design their itineraries with us. So, let us know, what type of a traveller do you consider yourself to be?