7 Days trip in Spain

Budget: 0 USD - 3000 USD City sightseeing Food exploration Historical landmarks
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Spain is a beautiful and diverse country with a rich history, vibrant culture, and friendly people. It is a popular tourist destination known for its beaches, mountains, cities, and delicious cuisine.

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Exchange Rate of 1 USD to EUR
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Day 1

  1. La Sagrada Familia

    120 minutes

    Visit the iconic basilica designed by Antoni Gaudi and marvel at its intricate details and stained glass windows.

  2. La Boqueria Market

    90 minutes

    Explore one of Europe's most famous markets, La Boqueria, and discover a variety of fresh produce, seafood, and local specialties such as tapas and jamon iberico.

  3. Barri Gotic

    180 minutes

    Take a stroll through the Gothic Quarter, a neighborhood full of medieval buildings and narrow alleys. Visit the stunning cathedral and enjoy a drink at one of the many rooftop bars.

Day 2

  1. Park Guell

    120 minutes

    Visit Park Guell, another masterpiece of Gaudi where you can enjoy a panoramic view of Barcelona and observe beautiful mosaics and sculptures as you wander through the park.

  2. Poble Espanyol

    150 minutes

    Explore Poble Espanyol, an open-air museum showcasing the diversity of architecture from different regions of Spain. You can also visit artisan workshops, galleries, and shops.

  3. El Raval

    180 minutes

    Explore the diverse and trendy El Raval neighborhood and taste some of the best tapas in the city. Try a glass of vermouth at one of the local bars and soak up the vibrant atmosphere.

Day 3

  1. Royal Palace of La Almudaina

    120 minutes

    Visit the royal palace dating back to the 13th century and admire its beautiful Gothic and Islamic architecture, as well as the stunning views of Palma Bay.

  2. Mercat de Santa Catalina

    120 minutes

    Get a taste of the Mediterranean at Mercat de Santa Catalina, a lively market offering fresh fish, vegetables, and other local delicacies. Try some tapas and have a glass of wine at one of the market's bars.

  3. Cathedral of Santa Maria

    90 minutes

    Visit the magnificent Gothic cathedral, one of the most famous landmarks of Palma de Mallorca. The cathedral boasts beautiful stained glass windows and impressive stone vaults.

Day 4

  1. Serra de Tramuntana

    240 minutes

    Explore the picturesque villages and stunning landscapes of Serra de Tramuntana, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Take a scenic train ride from Palma de Mallorca to Soller and enjoy lunch at one of the local restaurants

  2. Port de Soller

    120 minutes

    Take in the stunning views of the Mediterranean Sea and enjoy a walk along the promenade of Port de Soller, a charming fishing village that has become a popular vacation spot.

  3. Ca'n Joan de s'Aigo

    120 minutes

    Satisfy your sweet tooth with some traditional Mallorcan pastries and ice cream at Ca'n Joan de s'Aigo, a historic cafe that has been serving delicious treats since 1700.

Day 5

  1. Cap de Formentor

    360 minutes

    Take a drive to Cap de Formentor, the northernmost point of Mallorca, and marvel at the stunning cliffs and turquoise waters of the Mediterranean Sea. Enjoy a picnic on the beach and soak up the sunshine.

  2. Castell del Bellver

    90 minutes

    Visit Castell del Bellver, a Gothic-style castle built in the 14th century, and learn about its fascinating history as a military prison and a royal residence. Enjoy the panoramic views of Palma de Mallorca from the castle courtyard.

  3. Placa Major

    180 minutes

    Experience the nightlife of Palma de Mallorca at Placa Major, a bustling square with numerous bars and restaurants. Try some traditional tapas and enjoy live music performances.

Day 6

  1. Es Trenc Beach

    240 minutes

    Relax on the stunning Es Trenc Beach, one of the most beautiful beaches in Mallorca. Enjoy some fresh seafood at one of the beachfront restaurants and try some famous Malvasia wine.

  2. Cala Santanyi

    120 minutes

    Take a swim in the crystal clear waters of Cala Santanyi, a beautiful cove with stunning rock formations and gentle waves.

  3. C'an Eduardo

    150 minutes

    Experience the best of Mallorcan cuisine at C'an Eduardo, one of the oldest restaurants in Palma de Mallorca. Try some local specialties such as tumbet and frito mallorquin.

Day 7

  1. Palau de l'Almudaina

    120 minutes

    Visit the beautiful Palau de l'Almudaina, a royal palace built by the Moors in the 10th century and later used by the Spanish monarchy. Admire the blending of Roman, Gothic, Arab, and Renaissance styles in this architectural gem.

  2. Mercado Gastronomico San Juan

    120 minutes

    Discover the culinary diversity of Mallorca at the Mercado Gastronomico San Juan, a modern market featuring local and international cuisine. Try some jamon, cheese, and wine from the island's finest producers.

  3. Palma de Mallorca Old Town

    180 minutes

    Take a walk in the charming Old Town of Palma de Mallorca and admire the beautiful architecture of its churches, palaces, and squares. Enjoy some shopping at the local boutiques and artisanal shops.

Estimated Cost (USD)


15-30 per night
75-150 per night
50-100 per night


10 for 10 rides
2.20 per ride
20-30 per ride


5-10 per meal
Street food
3-7 per snack
Fancy meal
50-100 per meal


La Sagrada Familia entrance fee
25 per ticket
Gothic Quarter walking tour
15-25 per person
Picasso Museum entrance fee
15 per ticket

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