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Spain

Spain
Come fly with Austrian Airlines to majestic Spain! Select one of our many dream destinations from the beaches of the Mediterranean Sea to the beaches of the great Atlantic Ocean. Rich in history and culture, Spain is one of the largest countries in Western Europe, second only to France. Looking for something more tropical? Spain claims 15 islands you can choose to venture to also. Spain is truly a fantasy vacation whether you're standing in front of the Plaza de Cibeles in Madrid or heading to a football game in Barcelona. While you're there, don't forget to try some of the Paella and Manchego cheese. Or visit the famous Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, both an architectural and historical treat. No matter what your interests are, vacationing in Spain is sure to impress even the most finicky tourist.

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Worth knowing

Worth knowing

Spain
  • Currency: Euro(EUR)
  • Language: Spanish (Castilian), Basque, Catalan, Galician
  • Capital: Madrid
  • Austrian flight destination: Barcelona, Ibiza, Palma
Airport
  • Barcelona-El Prat (BCN): The airport is located 12 km (8 miles) southwest of central Barcelona.
  • Address: 08820 El Prat de Llobregat, Barcelona, Spain
  • Telephone: (34) 902 40 47 04
  • Airport Barcelona You will be directed to a possibly non-accessible site. Take care. Be careful.


Where to stay in Spain

Where to stay in Spain
The urban Suites
These apartments are as beautiful as your apartment back home. Urban Suites offers 16 suites and 4 apartments in the lively Sants district. The best is that even the suites have their own kitchen. If you wish to have your breakfast coffee or cook a delicious dinner with all the tasty produce you bought at the market, you will certainly appreciate it. The community terrace invites you to drink one or two San Miguels in good company. Insider tip: book early or stay long.
La Florida
The five Rooms

Where to shop in Spain

Where to shop in Spain
Pinzat
Everybody in search of something special will make a find at Pinzat. For ten years, the creative heads behind the trendy label have worked on their ideas and a considerable range of products. The result: unique bags and backpacks made of vinyl, one of the oldest customary form of plastics. But don't think of stiff and grey plastic bags. The offer ranges from small, medium-sized to big bags which were designed by graffiti artists from all over the world. From motifs with flamenco dancers to landscapes - everything is possible and makes each and every piece unique. In order to guarantee a longer lifespan, the products are sewed twice and an additional strap enables you to wear your bag at the waist and attach it to your bike's handlebar. Also available: more vinyl pieces for the safe transport on your bicycle.
Custo Barcelona
Jeanne Weis

Where to eat in Spain

Where to eat in Spain
Lobo/El Japones
The combination of Bar Lobo/El Japonés includes everything that turns a restaurant visit into an event. The interior is very stylish, but still very comfortable. The people are cool, but very friendly. The food is creative and the offer is huge and colourful. Upstairs they show art exhibitions that change regularly, while serving delicious Japanese food in the evenings. Speaking of evenings: don't leave this place too early on weekends and enjoy a cocktail after dinner. At midnight the restaurant turns into a disco with DJs putting on music.
Antic Bocoi
Roca Moo

What to see in Spain

What to see in Spain
Placa Reial
The nice side of Place Reial is that you just can't get it under control. In this square, the Catalonian joy of life is celebrated day and night. It can become rather noisy here and only recently the locals took to the streets with huge posters to stop the noise at night. Admittedly, they weren't very successful. It is still rather noisy but somehow the sound has become nicer. The street musicians need to proof in a casting that they are actually able to play before they are allowed to perform on the square. Drug dealers have disappeared, as police officers take more frequent walks through the square. In other words, be it day or night, a coffee or a beer on one of the many terraces is always worthwhile.
La Ciutadella
El Raval