We share with you a quick overview of the travel possibilities or restrictions to each of our three destinations
From SpainTOP we wish you happy holidays
It is a paradise for nature lovers… but not also
Experience the Portuguese Formula 1 Grand Prix or the Moto Grand Prix from a VIP box
Spain, Portugal and Morocco: discover our selection of books to read before, during or after your trip
In 2021, the Ribeira Sacra area in Galicia, northern Spain, will be candidate for the prestigious UNESCO World Heritage List.
Antonio Gómez Coronado, director and founder of SpainTOP, has just received the prize "Best City Experience Designer"
We are ready to welcome you in the best conditions!
SpainTOP has been selected to figure on the shortlist of nominees for the Award of “Best City Experience Designer”, as a DMC expert in this area.
Wherever you are, Vancouver, Miami, Tokyo or Sydney, you can learn all her culinary secrets and prepare authentic Andalusian dishes in your own kitchen.
We would like to bring you a bit of good mood for these critical times with this Playlist, SpainTOP Style!
In hundreds of cities all over Europe, the 20th edition of the European Day of Jewish Culture will take place on Sunday 1st September
Spain hosts a lot of secrets but one of the best preserved is happening during summer time: its stunning lavender fields
The summer heat is now striking the city and we cannot stop thinking in some refreshing images such as cocktails, good vibe music and the best views in town
One of the most desired moments for the Spaniards is always the arrival of these dates. Some extra days of holidays are always welcome!
One of our most appreciated local fairs is Las Fallas, in Valencia. Did you hear about it? It starts with the changing of the season, making them more special due to the nice and mild weather that Valencia usually hosts.
We would like to focus the attention in a specific soccer team we proudly have in Spain: the Atlético de Madrid. Founded in 1903, it hosts the most lively fandom in Spain, quite linked with the Spanish people way of feeling!
One of the most unknown itineraries in Northern Spain is called the Route of the Camellias