7 Days trip in Spain

Budget: 3000 USD - 3000 USD Beach activities 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.

General Infomation

Exchange Rate of 1 USD to EUR
Best Way to Get Around

Day 1

  1. Park Guell

    120 minutes

    Explore the historic and beautiful park designed by renowned architect Guadi, full of colorful mosaics, sculptures, and gardens.

  2. Barceloneta Beach

    180 minutes

    Relax on the sandy shores, treat yourself with local seafood and some Mediterranean tapas, soak up some sun and enjoy the sea views.

  3. Gothic Quarter

    120 minutes

    Wander through the charming Gothic Quarter, get lost in narrow alleyways filled with bars, boutiques, and cafes while marveling at the Gothic architecture, including the Church of Santa Maria del Mar.

Day 2

  1. La Sagrada Familia

    150 minutes

    Visit the world-famous basilica, contemplated by millions each year, marvel at the intricate sculptures and colorful stained-glass windows. Be sure to buy tickets ahead of time to skip the long queues.

  2. La Boqueria Market

    120 minutes

    Indulge in the bustling food market, sample exotic fruits, local cheeses, and cured hams, witness the colorful displays of fresh seafood, spices, and sweets, mingle with the locals and experience authentic Spanish cuisine.

  3. Casa Batllo

    180 minutes

    Immerse yourself in the fantasy world of Gaudi at Casa Batllo, a dream-like building with its dragon-like roof, mosaic balconies, and undulating walls, feel transported into another dimension of beauty and surrealism.

Day 3

  1. Palma Cathedral

    150 minutes

    Marvel at the stunning Gothic cathedral, built with sandstone from a nearby quarry, admire its impressive rose window, and intricately carved ceilings and chapels.

  2. Es Trenc Beach

    180 minutes

    Enjoy some of the best beaches on the island, relax on the crystal-clear waters and fine golden sand, indulge in some fresh seafood and traditional island dishes.

  3. Serra de Tramuntana

    120 minutes

    Take a scenic drive through the picturesque Serra de Tramuntana mountain range, admire the breathtaking views of the Mediterranean Sea, citrus groves and olive trees, and stop at charming hilltop villages along the way.

Day 4

  1. Camp Nou

    120 minutes

    Visit the home of FC Barcelona, take a VIP tour behind the scenes, and see the team's secret training ground, locker room, and museum filled with some of the biggest trophies in football history.

  2. Park de la Ciutadella

    120 minutes

    Relax in the beautiful green oasis in the heart of Barcelona, rent a bike and pedal through the park, rowboat on its lake, or enjoy a picnic with locals among its fountains, statues, and sculptures.

  3. Picasso Museum

    180 minutes

    Discover the great artistic legacy of the legendary painter at the Picasso Museum, admire over 4,000 of his works, including early sketches and sculptural masterpieces.

Day 5

  1. Valldemossa

    180 minutes

    Visit the most beautiful village on the island, stroll through its narrow streets and admire its traditional houses, enjoy the tasty local pastries and refreshing almond milk, and visit the historic Carthusian monastery where Chopin composed some of his greatest pieces.

  2. Cap de Formentor

    120 minutes

    Journey to the northernmost point on the island where crystal-clear waters meet the rugged cliffs, hike through its nature reserve and see the magnificent lighthouse, and take in the breathtaking views of the surrounding sea and mountains.

  3. Purobeach Palma

    180 minutes

    End your day by sipping cocktails and enjoying live music at the luxurious beach club, relax by the infinity pool or on the sandy beach, watch the sunset over the horizon and indulge in Mediterranean delicacies.

Day 6

  1. Montserrat Monastery

    240 minutes

    Take a day trip to the Montserrat Monastery, a thousand-year-old mountaintop monastery, hear the melodic choir sing, marvel at the intricate façade, sample local cheeses and liquors, and take in the stunning views from its summit.

  2. Barceloneta Boardwalk

    120 minutes

    Stroll along the vibrant boardwalk, people-watch, and enjoy street food, rent a bicycle or skate on its designated lanes, paddleboard, or kite-surf on the waves.

  3. La Rambla

    120 minutes

    End your day by wandering through the lively pedestrianized street, bargain with vendors selling local arts and crafts, taste a wide range of street foods and drinks, encounter street performers and enjoy the nightlife.

Day 7

  1. Alcudia

    150 minutes

    Explore the ancient Roman city founded more than 2,000 years ago, stroll along its fortified walls, admire its old town and buildings, visit the Archaeological Museum and the Church of Sant Jaume.

  2. Port de Soller

    180 minutes

    Relax in the beautiful natural harbor and enjoy the beach, sample local fresh seafood, admire the yachts and boats, and hike to the surrounding mountains for some great views.

  3. Palma de Mallorca

    120 minutes

    End your trip in the bustling capital city with its historic cathedrals and castles, its modern shopping districts and vibrant nightlife, and its charming and romantic old town with its famous flower-filled courtyards.

Estimated Cost (USD)


15-25 per night
70-120 per night
40-80 per night


Metro (Barcelona)
2 per ride
1.5-2 per ride
Car rental (Mallorca)
30-50 per day


5-7 per meal
Street food
3-5 per item
Fancy meal
50-100 per meal


Sagrada Familia (Barcelona)
26 for entrance ticket
Palma Cathedral (Mallorca)
8 for entrance ticket
Beach activities (Mallorca)
10-20 for watersports rental

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