Find the ultimate experience

Connecting travelers with locals through food and experiences

Top things to Do in Spain

Spain is popular as a holiday destination because of its warm weather, delicious food and affordable, fun things to do! You can make so many plans easily in Spain, you can love history, culture, the seaside or the mountains, there’s a bit for everybody!

Good weather is a known characteristic of Spain, it’s perfect to plan outdoor activities such as going to unspoilt beaches in Costa Brava, finding the best rooftop to enjoy the sunset and a glass of Spanish red wine or spending a Sunday afternoon doing a tapas tour as a real Spaniard.

Whether you're tracking down an artistic artisan workshop or you’re taking part in a village fiesta, a private tour will fill your trip with unique memories you'll cherish forever. Spain will make sure you’ll go back home with a complete new image of this beautiful and historically rich country. Not to mention the friendly and open-minded people!

  • Poble Nou with a Bicycle maker
  • Markets & Paella
  • Take a Walk on the Arts Side
  • A Magical Evening in Barcelona with a Local
  • 90 Minutes Kickstart Tour of Barcelona
  • Madrid Highlights & Tapas Tour
  • Tasty Valencia: the 10 Tastings Food Tour
  • Workshop: Secrets of Andalusian cuisine
  • Multicultural Lavapies Tapas Tour
  • Gaudi's Barcelona: Best of Modernism
  • Gothic Quarter and Boat
  • Tapas and Wine Tour
  • A real flamenco experience
  • Fun Family Day in Barceloneta with Boat Ride
  • Markets & Paella

Top 10 Things to do in Spain

  • Watch a flamenco show in Casa Anselma in Sevilla for an amazing experience involving musicians, singers, dancers and beautiful costumes.
  • Bullfighting is a tradition in Sevilla and the Plaza de Toros de la Maestranza is perhaps the best venues in Spain to watch this unique event.
  • Enjoy one of the best views of Madrid and go to the Azotea del círculo de Bellas artes. Popular new hotspot:  Guadalquivir Marshes, an area of marshy lowlands that has been recently featured  in the Spanish movie “Marshland”.
  • Go for tapas in La Latina district,  one of the favourites “hobbies” for Spaniards. A tapas tour here should be a tasty experience!
  • Are you ready for climbing? Situated 35 km northwest of Barcelona, Montserrat mountain simply offers some of the best climbing opportunities in Spain.
  • La Trastienda is a non-conventional theater space situated in the center of  Madrid. Practice your Spanish skills here!
  • In the 80s in Madrid witnessed an artistic and socio-cultural movement called the “Movida Madrileña”. Check out the Malasaña district for its bohemian feel!
  • Visit the underground tunnels in Barcelona and explore the mysterious life just under your feet.
  • Spend a day on Sant Pol de Mar beach, an unspoilt beach is just one hour’s drive from Barcelona.



Have an authentic meal at a local families home. Experience the real food of Spain.



Enjoy a trip through the eyes of a local. Get the ultimate tour in Spain.



Everybody's good at something! Learn from Spain locals and their cultures.

Become a host

Have a talent in the kitchen, love your local area and want to show it off? Have a skill you want to share? Why not become a host and earn money doing what you love most! Sign up as a host

Become a guest

Travel beyond the limits of your guidebook and experience something truly unique and memorable by joining one of our hosts to eat, discover and explore. Sign up as a guest

Local attractions in Spain

  • Watch a flamenco show can sound like a touristic plan in Spain, but there are some impromptu shows, Casa Anselma Tablao, in the Triana Quarter, Sevilla is a great example! The atmosphere is special, warm and the lady in-charge, Anselma, has a strong and latin character. It doesn’t get more authentic than this!
  • Get a feeling of the 80s, social and artistic movements in Spain, the Movida Madrileña La Via Lactea and La Penta are some cool bars you can try out for a fun night out. The Movida de los 80 tour can show you the pubs and places where this movement is still alive..
  • Reserve at least a day for climbing the Montserrat mountain for one of the most spectacular view of Catalonia. Once you’re up there, you can find the main attraction called “La Moreneta” (literally, the little dark-skinned one), a 12th-century statue of the Virgin Mont.