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Cheap Flights to Spain

Spain overview

Booking cheap flights to Spain will prompt one important question. How will you do everything you want to do in the time you have? Spain is an enchanting country, endlessly fascinating, with lots of colour and life and festival and fun. Where will you go? The Green North or the sun-baked south? Museum-packed Madrid or buzzing Barcelona? Spectacular Seville or grand Granada? The Balearics or the Canary Islands?

The Spanish approach life with passion. Nobody, with the exception perhaps of the Irish, parties like them. A leisurely siesta in the middle of the day sets them up for a late dinner (sitting down about 10pm) and then a night of bar hopping and dancing. Tapas, the appetizers served in bars, washed down by gutsy wines, provide the fuel for their night-time revelry.

Spain's calendar of festivals is packed. The religious calendar - Christmas, the Epiphany (January 6), Semana Santa (Holy Week), and various saints' days - provides a window on Spain's heritage while festivals such as San Fermin (the running of the bulls), La Feria de Sevilla, and La Tomatina (the world's biggest tomato fight) give the Spaniards - and their guests - the opportunity to get down and party.

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How much do things cost in Spain?

Barcelona
Cappuccino
 
Local draught beer (0.5 litre)
 
1 litre of milk
 
Taxi - fixed fee
 
Madrid
Bottle of beer (imported beer)
 
Local draught beer (0.5 litre)
 
Taxi - fixed fee
 
1 bedroom apartment in city centre
 
Valencia
Cappuccino
 
Cheap meal
 
A dozen eggs
 
Pair of jeans
 
Malaga
Imported beer (0.33 litre)
 
One-way ticket (local transport)
 
Meal at McDonald's or similar
 
Loaf of white bread