spain tourism

  • FITUR 2023 opens with a tourism boom expectation

     Wednesday, January 18, 2023

    This year, Asia Pacific stands out, with a 163% increase in participating companies; the Middle East, 60%; Africa, 88%; Europe, 42%; and the Americas, 30%.

  • Which two EU countries are battling for the title of world’s most visited destination?

     Friday, January 13, 2023

    Spain claimed the top spot in 2021, but France is on track to overtake it, having welcomed 66.6 million international visitors in 2022.

  • Contentious traveller data requirements launched in Spain

     Friday, January 6, 2023

    Regardless of its reach, Spanish travel organisations continue to oppose the Decreto, with GEBTA’s Forns saying it is disproportionate, unnecessary and contrary to EU law.

  • Balearics tourism recovery one of the strongest in the world

     Friday, November 25, 2022

    It was observable each month this summer – Spain’s leading region for tourism was the Balearics, the islands having removed Catalonia from a number one position it has traditionally held. But it wasn’t just that the Balearics overtook Catalonia. In …

  • Spain tourism will start Pablo Picasso’s 50th death anniversary soon

     Wednesday, November 9, 2022

    Cities like Malaga, Barcelona, Madrid, A Coruña and Bilbao will arrange a wide and rich exhibition program.

  • Spain drops testing requirements for non-EU travellers

     Friday, October 21, 2022

    According to the Official Airline Guide (OAG), before the COVID-19 outbreak, the low-cost carrier Ryanair (FR) was the airline deploying the most seats to Spain, with a total of 27 million.

  • Spain witnesses good upturn of tourism

     Friday, September 23, 2022

    In August, Spain welcomed almost nine million international passengers from airports, representing 87% of those who turned up in the same month 2019, as per the data unveiled yesterday by Turespaña from Aena records. As per Reyes Maroto, the Minister …

  • Buñol without the tomatoes: In case the pulp doesn’t suit you!

     Monday, August 29, 2022

    La Tomatina is just round the corner and everybody is just about ready to get drenched in the red juices of the tomatoes, the pride of Spain.  A festival organised in honour of the town’s patron saints, Luis Bertran and the Mare de Deu dels Desemparats (Mother of God of the Defenseless), the Virgin Mary has many layers than what it appears to be. A festival that began from a ruckus in the street is globally celebrated today. The once small dispute in the streets over a vegetable stall is now celebrated by the global youth. However, the city buñol has many more to offer than just some ‘nomads dirtying themselves in tomato’ festivals. We grabbed the opportunity to talk about them.

  • Heatwave Alert: Spain may face warm weather

     Monday, August 29, 2022

    Spain could face three more months of warmer and drier conditions as Europe suffers a major drought that has fuelled forest fires, dried up rivers and devastated crops. It is noted that Spain is already gearing to welcome millions of …

  • Spain sees 7.5 million visitors’ arrival in June

     Tuesday, August 2, 2022

    There are more than twice as many tourists visited Spain in June than in the same month last year and they spent almost three times as much during their stay, National Statistics Institute in Spain data showed on Tuesday. Spain …


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