- Hotel Barcelona Condal Mar in Barcelona
- Hotel Praga in Madrid
- Hesperia Sevilla or Exe Sevilla Palmera in Sevilla
- Hotel MS Maestranza Málaga in Malaga
Groupon’s Guide to Barcelona
Set on the Mediterranean coast, between the mouths of the rivers Llobregat and Besòs, the Catalonian capital allures guests with a rich cultural heritage, trade exhibitions and street entertainment.
Cultural wonder seekers will rejoice in admiring UNESCO World Heritage Sites, such as the architectural works of Antoni Gaudí and Lluís Domènech i Montaner, including world-renowned La Sagrada Familia. Live music fans can take a walk down venues such as Razzmatazz and Apolo, while classical music lovers can take advantage of the many concert halls this city has to offer, from The Gran Teatre del Liceu to the modernista Palau de la Música Catalana. Ramblers can climb the Montjuïic and revel in a panoramic view of the city, followed by more chill-out time spent sipping a cocktail at the outdoor bars and cafes along La Rambla. To make the most of the Spanish experience, tourists can head to flamenco talent display sites and witness genuine spectacles from internationally acclaimed dancers. During summer, temperatures can rise up to 28°C, but low humidity and a steady breeze help keep the weather conditions comfortable. September is the wettest month of the year, while in October temperatures drop to 21°C. November is much cooler, but mild temperatures still range between 8°C and 17°C. Winter comes in December and brings rather cold weather conditions that may be accompanied by snow and rainfall. Although temperatures may fluctuate in different seasons, Barcelona remains suitable for visitors discovering this cosmopolitan city.
Groupon’s Guide to Madrid
Located in the centre of Spain and mixing a small town flavour with the flair of a cosmopolitan city, Madrid presents visitors with an unparalleled nightlife complemented by the cathedrals, museums and trendy boutiques of Chueca. As this city is the home of flamenco, travellers may jazz up their stay by learning a new dance style, while leisure moments may be spent walking one of the city’s many green spaces.
Local attractions come in abundance with Puerta de Alcalá, an old city gate, Templo de Debod, an Egyptian temple in the middle of Madrid, and Plaza de Cibeles, the central square where Real Madrid celebrates championship wins. Plenty dining opportunities are provided in local restaurants, serving the Spanish signature dish, tapas, while art lovers may enjoy a visit to Cultural Center Sanchinarro, revealing exhibitions and shows of the main artistic trends in a cultural scene. Nature enthusiasts can catch a breath of fresh air in one of the largest parks of the city, Parque del Retiro.
Groupon’s Guide to Malaga
With a rolling mixture of hills, wild parks and natural reservations on Costa del Sol, Malaga allures tourists to an exotic resort defined by sandy beaches and the mountainous landscapes of Montes de Malaga.
The historic city of Malaga is a symbol of artistic and cultural heritage, where travellers may admire imposing examples of architecture that still guard the city streets. Tourists may witness the grand diversity of cultures and civilisations that have shaped the face of the city over the years, ranging from the 11th-century medieval fortress of Alcazaba to Renaissance legacies such as the Church of Santiago and Santa Maria la Mayor. Man-made wonders intermingle with nature’s artworks, brushing up the general setting with tropical beaches and natural parks that spread upon the region, offering a multitude of itineraries to follow. Dazzling in the hot sun of Artola beach, hiking in the deep pine forests of Pinar del Hacho or strolling through the iconic suburban parks of Archidona are just a few things that can be marked down on a holiday to Malaga. The city enjoys a microclimate with an average temperature of 18°C throughout the year. Autumn is generally the rainiest season of the year with about 100mm of rainfall per month.
Groupon’s Guide to Seville
Caressed by the Guadalquivir River, this historic portuary town holds a wealth of cultural attractions and districts full of traditional culture such as the Triana and the Macarena. A passionate and romantic city, the Andalusian capital provides holidaymakers with famous tapas bars, nightlife and hidden plazas shrouded by orange blossoms, while a well-designed transportation system carries travellers to some of the city’s renowned landmarks.
Visitors seeking a greater insight into Andalusian culture may head to the Museum of Arts and Traditions, in which the surrounding beauty of Maria Luisa Park offsets a unique collection of ceramics, weapons, and musical instruments. A trip to the lush Alcázar Gardens will provide a scenic stroll through variegated parkland split into historical styles which encompass Renaissance terraces, Gothic towers, and ancient Moorish-styled elements. After exploring the 15th-century cloisters of the city’s grand Gothic cathedral, tourists can board one of the horse-and-cart cabs, which can be found waiting beside the 100-metre stretch of the nearby Giralda Tower.
Option 1: stay in Barcelona
- €169-€239 for 2 nights, depending on departure date chosen
- €219-€289 for 3 nights, depending on departure date chosen
- €259-€349 for 4 nights, depending on departure date chosen
option 2: stay in Madrid
- €139-€179 for 2 nights, depending on departure date chosen
- €199-€219 for 3 nights, depending on departure date chosen
- €229-€249 for 4 nights, depending on departure date chosen
Option 3: stay in Malaga
- €219-€289 for 2 nights, depending on departure date chosen
- €269-€349 for 3 nights, depending on departure date chosen
- €329-€449 for 4 nights, depending on departure date chosen
Option 4: stay in Seville
- €199-€249 for 2 nights, depending on departure date chosen
- €249-€299 for 3 nights, depending on departure date chosen
- €249-€349 for 4 nights, depending on departure date chosen