Private Spain Tours

Our Spanish tour providers ensure a stress-free vacation experience where every aspect of your trip is taken care of. Your private driver/guide will lead you on a customized tour designed specifically for you with the assistance of our complimentary custom tour itinerary service.

Explore Spain’s rich cultural and historical offerings, including major cities like Barcelona and Madrid, lively coastal towns, idyllic Balearic Islands, and magnificent Moorish architecture. Our local tour planners will help you discover hidden gems, cultural and heritage festivals, and the best local cuisine experiences, all backed by our free cancellation guarantee and 24/7 in-country support line.

To create your bespoke itinerary, let us know your arrival date, length of stay, and areas of interest. Our tour planners and local guides will provide recommendations tailored to your preferences.

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Luxurious, Comfortable & Stylish Tours of Spain

We are committed to providing private, custom tours that allow you to fully immerse yourself in Spain’s incredible Mediterranean atmosphere and create unforgettable memories.

Our driver-guided tours enable us to craft itineraries that showcase Spain’s diverse regions. From the royal history of the capital, Madrid, to Barcelona’s architectural wonders and vibrant Catalan culture. In the south, explore Andalusia, famous for its medieval heritage in Seville, the stunning Moorish Alhambra Palace in Granada, and the birthplace of Flamenco dancing.

Conclude your journey by sailing on a private yacht and relaxing on the sun-kissed beaches of Mallorca. Whatever your dream vacation entails, our tour planners are dedicated to finding your ideal Spanish destination.

Arabic style architecture, building and art design in Alhambra

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Choose Spain by Luxe for your tour needs and experience our commitment to quality and flexibility.

With over a decade of experience providing tours across the Mediterranean and beyond, we guarantee that our free cancellation policy and quality assurance will give you peace of mind.

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To receive a complimentary itinerary tailored to your preferences by our local tour planning specialists, complete our online contact form. Let us know your arrival date and the type of places you’d like to visit in Spain, and we’ll take care of the rest.

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La Sagrada Familia

Gaudí’s magnum opus, the Expiatory Temple of Sagrada Familia, stands as an extraordinary example of his unique architectural vision.

Combining elements of Gothic and Byzantine cathedrals, Gaudí’s design features innovative structures, forms, and geometries, all inspired by nature. Light and color play a crucial role in this breathtaking basilica, making it an unforgettable experience.

Parc Guell

Discover the enchanting Park Güell, a testament to Gaudí’s creative genius. Commissioned by Catalan entrepreneur Eusebi Güell, the park is now one of Barcelona’s top tourist destinations.

The expansive square within the park has hosted traditional Sardana dances and other social events, perfectly complementing Gaudí’s captivating design.

Barri Gòtic (The Gothic Quarter)

Step back in time as you explore the captivating history of the Gothic Quarter. Uncover the secrets of its past, from the remnants of the Roman Temple of Augustus to the beautifully preserved Romanesque churches and monasteries. 

Marvel at the Church of Santa Maria del Mar, a prime example of Catalan Gothic architecture, and wander through the old Jewish Quarter and historic public buildings and palaces.

La Ramblas

Experience the vibrant heart of Barcelona as you stroll along La Ramblas, a tree-lined boulevard bustling with street performers and lively café culture.

Prado Museum

Immerse yourself in the exquisite collection of Spanish paintings spanning from the 11th to 18th centuries at Madrid’s renowned Prado Museum.

The gallery also showcases numerous iconic works by eminent artists such as El Greco, Velázquez, Goya, Bosch, Titian, Van Dyck, and Rembrandt.

Madrid's Royal Palace

Experience the grandeur of one of Europe’s most extensive palaces, the Royal Palace of Madrid.

Built upon a medieval Arab fortress, the palace has evolved over time with various monarchs contributing to its decoration and garden design. A tour through the palace’s halls offers a glimpse into Spain’s tumultuous history as a global empire over the past 400 years.

Puerta del Sol & Plaza Mayor Walking Tour

Uncover the historic heart of Madrid with a private guide as you explore Puerta del Sol and Plaza Mayor, the city’s central square.

Medieval Madrid

Delve into the fascinating origins of Madrid on this walking tour that uncovers the city’s early history up to the 15th century.

Beginning with the remaining archaeological sites, you’ll hear stories of the ancient inhabitants and enjoy a historical walk through the various civilizations that once thrived here. The tour encompasses the rich history and traditions of the Moors, Christians, and Jews.

Seville's Royal Alcazar

A must-see destination in Spain and Seville, the UNESCO-listed Royal Alcazar (“castle” in Spanish, derived from Arabic “Al-qasr”) dates back to 913.

Over the centuries, Moorish and Christian influences have melded to create a stunning palace that remains King Felipe V’s official residence when visiting Seville. With exclusive skip-the-line access, your guide will showcase the most significant features of the majestic Royal Alcazar.

Granada's Alhambra Palace

Since the Catholic Monarchs captured Granada in 1492, the Alhambra, or qa’lat al-Hamra (Red Castle), has captivated travelers with its enchanting gardens, mesmerizing fountains, and enigmatic rooms..

Experience the allure of this Arabian Nights-like setting on a private, expertly guided tour.

Malaga's Picasso Museum

Explore the roots of one of the world’s most renowned artists, Pablo Picasso, who was born in Malaga. Learn more about this illustrious figure on a guided tour of the magnificent Picasso Museum, just a short stroll from the bay.

Cordoba's Mosque-Cathedral

Expanding in size and grandeur as the city grew in prominence, the Mosque was spared during the Christian Reconquest and converted into a cathedral in 1238.

Its Byzantine mosaics and unique two-tone horseshoe arches underwent several expansions, reflecting both Renaissance and Baroque styles. Designated a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1984, the Mosque-Cathedral of Cordoba remains the most well-preserved structure from its era.

City of Arts and Sciences

As one of the “12 Treasures of Spain,” this cultural and architectural gem is bound to be a standout on any Valencia tour.

Silk Exchange

This iconic building represents one of Spain’s most remarkable Gothic structures. The Lonja de la Seda earned its status as a National Historic and Artistic Monument in 1931 and became a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1996.

Valencia Cathedral

Delight in a guided exploration of Valencia Cathedral, nestled in the heart of the Old Town. Admire the diverse architectural styles showcased, including Baroque, Romanesque, and Gothic elements.

Valencia Bullring

Dating back to 1850, the Plaza de Toros de Valencia boasts an instantly recognizable classical design. To attend an event, please get in touch with us ahead of time, as these are highly seasonal and can sell out rapidly.

Palma Cathedral

Officially known as the Cathedral-Basilica de Santa Maria de Mallorca, this magnificent tower was constructed in the Catalan Gothic style. Begun in 1229 under King James I of Aragon, the Cathedral was not completed until 1601.

Drach Caves

Experience a guided journey through the captivating caves, where each cavern becomes increasingly larger and more awe-inspiring. The pinnacle of your visit is a classical music concert held within the Drach Caves and a serene boat ride across the stunning waters of Lake Martel.

Palma City

Your guide will customize the walking tour to your preferences and pace. Meander through the old town’s narrow streets, uncovering quaint squares, 16th-century courtyards, and hidden treasures like the Convent of Santa Clara or the Arab Baths. The guided walk also explores the area that once housed the Jewish Quarter, offering insights into Mallorcan-Jewish history. The final leg of the itinerary showcases modernist buildings and Mallorca’s interpretation of “art nouveau.”

Royal Palace of La Almudaina

Embark on an exclusive tour of the Royal Palace of La Almudaina, the official Mallorcan residence for the King and Queen.

Guggenheim Museum

Since its inauguration in 1997, the Guggenheim Bilbao and the Puppy – an eye-catching floral dog sculpture by Jeff Koons situated outside the museum – have become the most iconic symbols of Bilbao.

The museum houses an impressive collection of works by renowned artists, including David Salle, Chillida, Jeff Koons, Louis Bourgeois, and Robert Rauschenberg.

Bilbao's Old Town (Casco Viejo)

Known as the “Siete Calles” (seven streets), the old town was revitalized after devastating floods in 1983. Explore the city’s rich history by strolling through its streets and visiting notable landmarks, such as Santiago Cathedral, San Antón Church, Bidebarrieta Library, and Plaza Nueva.

La Ribera Market

Plaza Nueva and its adjacent streets are brimming with bustling bars offering delectable pintxos – small, mouthwatering morsels.

The counters in Bilbao’s bars are constantly updated with enticing displays featuring traditional and innovative creations designed to delight even the most discerning palate. Food enthusiasts will enjoy the lively atmosphere, family-owned eateries, and renowned chefs.

Catedral de Santiago de Bilbao

Experience a private tour of Bilbao’s 14th-century Cathedral with your knowledgeable guide.