When one seeks excitement, thrill, and wonder, the country of Spain flawlessly comes into the picture. This country holds the second highest number of world UNESCO Heritage sites. Furthermore, the vibrant history and culture offer a wide variety of experiences overall. Spain has some of the world's best beaches and pool hotspots as well. 

And how can we forget the crazy festivity of the country? Every year, world-famous artists and visitors come to Ibiza to perform and experience partying like nowhere else. The festivals here radiate unmatched energy. And food? 

When we have a taste of Spanish cuisine, it is commendable in its own way. Multiple dishes such as paella, mariscos, and pimientos rellenos along with the tempting aromatic wines, just fit in perfectly with you! 

Spain is popularly known for its laid-back and relaxing culture. It does not end here. Every year in August, people in the town of Bunyol celebrate the world-famous La Tomatina and tourists are welcome to participate too.

This travel guide apprises you of how you can utilize the best of each day when visiting Spain. Read on further, and have an idea of the best 10-day planning for your Spain trip

Spain Itinerary Overview

Day 1- 3: Land in Barcelona and explore the city

Day 4 - 5: Travel to Madrid and explore the city 

Day 6: Visit Toledo

Day 7:  Visit Seville

Day 8-9: Spend two days at Granada

Day 10: Returning Day

Let's have a detailed overview now- 

Day 1, Day 2, and Day 3 in Barcelona

Well, Barcelona offers hundreds of options. 

Beginning with the Sagrada Família. It is designed by Gaudí. This extraordinary temple is dedicated to the Holy Family and is also stated to be the world’s largest unfinished church. The temple combines Gothic and Art Nouveau styles and is an appealing destination without fault.

It is said that visiting the local market of a place teaches a lot. Then comes La Boqueria, Barcelona’s oldest market. At this place, we can see a huge series of stands like ones of fish, traders selling their own set of goodies, and more. The vibe and aura are surrounded by warm, ocean-salty, freshly fried fish, and more.

Well, another popular tourist spot, Camp Nou is the home stadium of FC Barcelona, one of the most famous soccer clubs in the world. You can wander and have a visit here.

Furthermore, if you seek to look around for historic buildings, along with an unforgettable restaurant and bar experience, then the Gothic Quarter is the place for you.

You can continue your journey by visiting the popular Park Guell here. This colorful park was designed by Antoni Gaudí. The park has a lovely vibe and encompasses various mosaic sculptures, whimsical buildings, and more.


Hotel Rialto, Hotel Jazz and Rocket Hostels Gracia are some of the good staying places when you visit Barcelona.

Day 4 and Day 5- Madrid

Now, the question of importance is, What is Madrid famous for? Madrid is the capital city of Spain and perhaps a wonderful place to explore. Beginning with some of the signature places of Madrid. It includes the Prado National Museum, Santiago  Bernabeu Stadium, the Royal Palace of Madrid, and more. 

Madrid takes forward the rich history, culture, and cuisine of the country gracefully.  Here are other activities you can do in Madrid. For instance, visiting Retiro Park. This is a large and beautiful park located in the centre of the city. This place has a serene atmosphere and you can enjoy nature, relax, or even rent a boat. Moreover, there are monuments and museums here. The Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum is another museum that all art lovers cannot miss. The artwork from the 13th to the 20th century can be seen here. This includes the work of Van Gogh, Monet, Picasso, and Dali.


The popular capital of Madrid comprises several hotels, and top luxury hotels. The comfort and the experience that they provide to your overall stay is nevertheless noteworthy. A few include Gran Hotel Inglés, Palacio de los Duques Gran Meliá - The Leading Hotels of the World, Hotel Unico Madrid and more.

One of the hotels you could choose is Hyatt Centric Gran. The hotel gives top-class amenities with delicious food and eating options. Moreover, it is known for it’s rooftop cocktail bar. Not just this, the top sites like The Royal Palace of Madrid, and Plaza Mayor are located within walking distance from this hotel.

However, if you are looking for cheaper options, then you can spend your time at Mella Madrid Princesa and Eurostars Madrid Tower and more.

Day 6- Toledo

With the cultural influences of Christians, Muslims, and Jews, Toledo is known as the city of 'Three Cultures'. There are a few top attractions in the city which you can easily cover in a day. They include Museo Del Greco, the Church of Santo Tome, and Toledo Cathedral. 


A few hotels in Toledo where you can book accommodation include Sercotel Toledo Renacimiento, Hotel Carlos V,  Renaissance Toledo Downtown Hotel, Beatriz Toledo Auditorium, and Hotel Zentral Mayoral. These hotels have a good overall rating. 

Renaissance Toledo Downtown Hotel is one you can pick. This 4-star hotel is pet friendly, with proper wifi, parking, a fitness centre, and other facilities to ease your stay.

Day 7- Seville

Another beautiful stop in Spain is Seville. It is popularly called the enchanting capital of Andalusia. It is popularly known for its flamenco, tapas, and Moorish heritage of all. 

The extravaganza of the city is marked by the top tourist attractions it encompasses. Alcazar Of Seville, Seville Cathedral, Italica, Isla Magica , Torre del Oro and just a few of them. Let’s have a look at the eighth day of our Spain trip itinerary.


Silken Al-Andalus Palace Hotel, Hotel Don Paco, Hotel Sevilla Center, and Hotel Rey Alfonso are some hotels you can seek in Seville. They have the best amenities to increase your comfort.

Day 8 and Day 9- Granada

We all have heard of the Sierra Nevada mountain. Have we not? Well, the city of Granada is located at the foothills of this mountain range. Here, you can view Alhambra, an extensively popular and impressive monument to gaze at. There are numerous other activities that you can do here. It includes visiting the Science Park. This center could exhilarate your curiosity when it showcases everything related to astronomy, the human body, biodiversity, and more.

Furthermore, you can visit Sacromonte. It is popularly known as the gypsy neighborhood of Granada. You can look around a number of traditional cave houses and flamenco shows here. However, Sacromonte is widely known for its street art, festivals, and amazing nightlife.


At Granada, there are numerous hotels where you can seek residing at. 

  • Parador De Granada- This hotel helps you seek amazing views, being located at an unbeatable location. With good quality service and elegant rooms, this is one of the best hotels you can seek.
  • Hospes Palacio de los Patos is a hotel with spacious rooms and a wonderful view!

Day 10

The Spain itinerary for 10 days comes to an end here. On the 10th day, you can travel back to the airport and take the flight.

Documents required for Spain Tourist Visa

Let’s have a quick look at the documents required to fill out the Spain visa application form. 

  • Two recent passport photos
  • Valid passport
  • Travel itinerary
  • Health insurance (documents from insurance provider)
  • Proof of accommodation.
  • Proof of financial means
  • Letter from tour organizer 

And other documents, as may be required by the embassy.

There are several airports in Spain that could give you a commute from India to Spain. They would just have a one or two stop stopover eventually. However, the biggest airport is Madrid-Barajas Adolfo Suárez Airport (MAD).

Palma de Mallorca Airport and Barcelona-El Prat Airport are the other airports in Barcelona.

Airlines such as Lufthansa, Multiple Airlines, and ITA Airlines provide flights on this route.

Transportation- Airport to Hotel

There are several transportation options you could avail when you reach the airport in Barcelona. Here is a list- 

1. Via Train

Well, using the train is a faster option, and at the same time cost-effective. The catch here is that the train station is at Terminal 2. It connects to the city’s main train station, Sants Estació. The frequency of the train is every 30 minutes from 5:42 am to 11:38 pm, and the ticket costs 4.60 euros for a single trip. 

Time- 20 mins from T2

2. Via Airport Shuttle

Airport shuttles may be known to you. This is a shared facility that you can avail of. It runs for a longer time and it picks up several passengers on the way.. You can easily book an airport shuttle online in advance, and you will be assigned a meeting point and a departure time. The price is around 10 to 15 euros per person.

Time-45 mins to an hour

3. Via Taxi

This is another convenient option, as you can find taxis outside the terminals of the airport. The taxi fare is regulated by a meter, and there is a minimum charge of 20 euros for trips from the airport. There is also a surcharge of 1 euro per suitcase and 3.10 euros for airport pick-up or drop-off. The average cost of a taxi ride from the airport to the city center is around 30 euros.

Time- 20 to 30mins

4. Via Bus

Furthermore, the bus is one of the popular options and the most popular one is the Aerobus. This bus runs every 5 to 10 minutes from both terminals to Plaza Catalunya which is the main square in the city center. You can ride a bus from both Terminal 1 and Terminal 2.  You need to purchase the ticket, which can be done at the bus stop or online. The ticket costs 5.90 euros for a single trip or 10.20 euros for a round trip.

Time- The journey takes about 35 minutes from Terminal 1 and 25 minutes from Terminal 2.

Things to Avoid on Your Spain Trip

1. Packing very light summer clothes

 You need to keep in mind that Spain does not equate to all summertime clothes. If you are visiting in summer, you are advised to keep an extra layer. And if visiting in winter, keep proper clothing.

2. There is a No Trip tradition

Another thing to note is that Spain is not highly famous for giving tips. Furthermore, some restaurants will find it offensive also. So, you can give a little tip if there is something you really liked a lot about any place, else try to avoid it.

3. Eating in Tourist Spots

When it comes to food, highly crowded tourist eateries are just not the place. The food would not be of good quality, and at the same time, costly. So, you should avoid eating at such a place. For example, the street market of Barcelona.

4. Pickpocketing

Just like any other country, you need to beware of pickpockets in Spain also. Thereafter, always make a habit of keeping an eye on your belongings and keeping them nearby.

5. Thorough English

Another mistaken fact is that everyone in Spain knows English. There can be parts where people do not know much English. Hence, one should be prepared for it. This problem could be solved by knowing some basic Spanish phrases.

Spain's Visa Application Process

Indian travelers and tourists must have a valid Spain visa or a Schengen Visa to travel to Spain. You can easily apply for an online Spain visa by filling out the Spain online visa application and uploading the required documents for your Spain visa.  However, one needs to analyze the type of visit and accordingly apply for the visa. 

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We hope that this Spain 10 days itinerary helps you plan better. It is undoubtedly true that a well-planned trip helps you utilize the time, effort, and money you put in. 

Hence, visiting a country like Spain with a well-set itinerary would be highly helpful. Besides this, you can rely on Visa2Fly as a one-stop destination for all the other requirements. Be it your visa, hotel bookings, travel insurance, or flight tickets. 

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