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Spain is a richly diverse and spectacular country with a wealth of attractions to offer visitors. Its scenery ranges from the peaks of the Pyrenees to the sun-kissed Mediterranean coast. Spain's cities feature some of Europe's best-preserved medieval architecture and stunning 21st century developments. It's a country of distinctive regions, ancient cultures and superb gastronomy. Exploring the nation is easier when your Spain accommodation bookings have been arranged in advance. Hotels.com has partnered with an extensive range of Spain hotels to offer guests a broad variety of places to stay in every region of Spain, with rooms to suit every budget and preference. Hotels.com's choice of Spain accommodation provides the perfect base for visitors to get acquainted with the real Spain.

What's Spain Like?

Spain offers a broad range of climates, landscapes and cultures, from the scorched wildernesses of Extremadura to the lush pastures of Cantabria, the vineyards of Aragon to the brash and vibrant resorts of the Costa Del Sol. The climate varies considerably within Spain. The southern coasts and the central plain can get very hot in summer, while the northern coastal regions of Galicia, Asturias, Cantabria and the Basque Country enjoy a mellow climate. Visitors will find their own favourite regions and Spain hotels, but most will want to take in the cultural highlights of the great cities of Madrid and Barcelona, sip a sangria on a Mediterranean beach and wander the atmospheric whitewashed hill towns of Andalucia. Spain is a romantic and passionate destination, with some of the world's finest restaurants existing alongside an informal bar culture.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Spain

Customs, the local character and even occasionally the language can vary considerably from region to region in Spain. Don't expect Andalucian attitudes to apply in Galicia. There are some general rules. Adjusting to Spanish meal times is a useful way to blend in. With the exception of the business areas in Madrid and Barcelona, the Spanish still like to take a long lunch, possibly followed by a break or siesta for a couple of hours. They dine late, around 9 pm or 10 pm, or even later in Madrid. The Spanish custom of strolling the streets in the early evening taking a coffee, beer or glass of wine with tapas is easy to emulate. Tipping is not expected outside busy tourist areas, although adding a euro or two is usually welcomed. Hotels.com offers travellers detailed information about Spain hotels, providing certified reviews from past guests along with numerous photographs, sample room descriptions and all the elements required to find the perfect choice of Spain accommodation for your visit.

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