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In NTC&Sons DMC, we have a profound passion for Spain, one of the most important tourist destinations of the world, thanks to its incredible and varied attractives that shows in all its geography.

Millions of travellers feel attracted every year by our beautiful beaches, the huge artistic heritage and the great gastronomic offer, apart from being one of the richest places in cultural heritage of the world.

Spain is the second country of the world with more number of Smart Cultural Heritage cities, the third in Natural Spaces declared Biological Reserve or the country with more “Blue Beaches” (quality standard) in the North Hemisphere.

Nowadays, and according to an UNWTO report (World Tourism Organization), Spain has recovered its third position as the most visited place in the world, just after France and the United States in the ranking.

Vídeo promocional general de España:




Discover Madrid, a cosmopolitan city that combines the most modern infraestructures and its economical and financial centre with a huge cultural and artistic heritage. The city preserves one of the most important historical centers among the biggest European cities and more than 60 Museums, such as The Prado Museum, the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum or The Reina Sofía one.

But among all, there is something that typifies Madrid: its profound passion for life and the friendly character of its inhabitants.

Concerts, relevant exhibitions, football matches of Real and Atletico de Madrid or taste the best gastronomy are some of the leisure activities that can be enjoyed in Madrid. Moreover, the city has a tempting shopping offer, combining traditional shops with the most outstanding establishments with the best international brands.



Barcelona has become one of the top international tourist destinations. It is a mediterranean and cosmopolitan city built over Roman remains and Medieval quartiers. The city counts on the most beautiful samples of Modernism and avant-guarde infraestructures of the XX Century.

You do not have to miss the visit to the Sagrada Familia, the Güell Park or go out for a walk along the Ramblas. For football lovers, it is essential to watch a football match of FC Barcelona at the Camp Nou Stadium.

Its Gothic quartier and the 1992 Olympic Games Area are a great simple of the contrast of the city that perfectly combines history and modernism.

What is more, Barcelona has also extraordinary infraestructures to hold Seminars, Congresses and International events. Its excellent communication connnections, the mediterranean climate and all its tourist attractives have turned Barcelona into an important business city.



Situated on the banks of the Guadalquivir River, Seville has a rich Moorish heritage. The streets and squares in the historic quarter of the capital of Andalusia are lively and busy. They treasure many constructions that have the World Heritage designation, and many districts are full of traditional culture, like Triana and La Macarena.

During the visit to Seville, you do not have to miss the Cathedral, the second largest in the Catholic World, after Saint Peter in Rome, the Santa Cruz Quartier, scene of "Carmen", the Maria Luisa Parc or the Spanish Square. Museums and art centres, theme parks, festivities such as: "Feria de Abril" (April's Fair) or "Semana Santa" (Easter Fest) are some of the many leisure options that a great city like Seville holds. Without forgetting, of course, the numerous terraces, inns and bars where visitors can practise one of the most deeply-rooted and tasty traditions in the city: "Going out for tapas”.

Seville is a prominent business and service centre in the south of Spain and has many hotels distributed all over the city which enable visitors to discover endless attractions.



Capital of the Aragón region and with an excellent location in the Notheast of Spain, among Madrid, Barcelona, Valencia y Bilbao, Zaragoza is a 2.000 years of history city that offers an amazing artistic legacy to discover.

You do not have to miss incredible monuments such as: Basílica del Pilar, the San Salvador Cathedral, the gorgeous Aljafería Palace from XI century or the paintings and gravings of Goya, born in a little village next to the city.

Zaragoza also counts on new avant-guarde infraestructures that have transformed the city in the last years. They were built for an International Exhibition in 2008, and nowadays, some of these amazing buildings can be seen: the Water Tower, the Bridge Pavillion, designed by the prestigous architect Zaha Hadid or the River Aquarium, the biggest in Europe like this.

The perfect combination of tradition and modernity, the existence of an international Airport and the high speed train connections (AVE) with Madrid and Barcelona in less than one hour and a half, have put Zaragoza on the map of a MICE destination in Spain.



Valencia is commerce and culture, cinema, theatre, museums, music, an international and avant-guarde design centre, and one of the most attractive cities for trade fairs and congresses in Europe.

In Valencia, you will enjoy a mild climate during the whole year. The calm water in the Mediterranean Sea make sure a middle temperature of 19º and almost 300 days per year with sun.

In the last years, new infraestructures have transformed Valencia, turning it into a modern city. In your visit to Valencia, you must go to the “Arts & Science City”, work of the reknown architect Santiago Calatrava.

In contrast with all avant-guarde infraestructures, Valencia also has a special and mediterranean charm on its little streets, typical restaurants to taste “paella” and traditional main fests like “Fallas” in March.