First Class Flights to Spain
Spain has numerous cities that are popular with many First Class travellers. Madrid and Barcelona are the most obvious choices for First Class travellers, with a range of museums found in the capital of Madrid, and lots of culture and modernist architecture found in Barcelona. Spain usually has a warm climate throughout the year, and in different regions can alter, from a Mediterranean climate to subtropical climate.
Flying First Class to Spain
Flying First Class to Spain only takes an hour or two. Direct flights from London are the quickest route to Spain, and most major airlines will fly this route numerous times daily.
Where to Stay and Getting Around In Spain for First Class Travellers
One of the top rated five star hotels in Spain is Palacio de Santa Paula which is categorised as classic luxury, situated in the city centre of Andalucia. In Barcelona, the Majestic Hotel and Spa Barcelona is a fantastic place for First Class travellers to stay at. It is situated directly in the city centre of Barcelona, placing First Class travellers close to the shopping boutiques and fine dining. This hotel also provides First Class guests with a fitness area and spa to use as they wish.
The best way to get around Spain is to hire you own stylish car. Drivers can also be hired to transport you around the country and each individual city rather than First Class travellers having to drive themselves around.
Other Useful Information about Spain for First Class Travellers
Art and Architecture are an important part of Spanish culture and different cities in the country will be host to different traditions of art. Andalusia is a good place to start to view a vast range of the Spanish art scene, as well as Seville and Cordoba.
Similarly, these two cities, along with the bigger cities like Barcelona are home to various influences of architecture. The Plaza de Cibeles in Madrid is a perfect example of popular buildings that are visited. The Sagrada Familia Temple in Barcelona is another example of a place to visit to examine the artistic influences of architecture in Spain.
Spanish cuisine is a variety of dishes that are very popular. First Class travellers will find a host of restaurants that serve fine dining and high-end cuisines to suit everyone’s tastes. Dishes will vary depending on the part of Spain you visit, each region has their own traditional dishes they will produce. Inner Spain focus more on traditional stews and soups, whilst Mediterranean Spain produce more rice-based dishes, like the well known favourite paella.
Barcelona is home to many of the boutiques and headquarters of well-known design labels. It is also home to some of the smaller, high fashion shops. Madrid, similarly, has many smaller, high-end fashion shops for First Class travellers to browse through.