Discover Spain

Partnership

Discover Spain

Visit Barcelona, Bilbao and Madrid thanks to the partnership between GOL, Air France and KLM.

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Spain awaits you with its wealth of cultural diversity, architecture and cuisine.

Make the most of the partnership between GOL, Air France and KLM and get ready to visit this amazing country that combines historical and modern aspects like no other, with castles, museums, parks, shops and traditional restaurants.

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Sagrada Família – Barcelona

This masterpiece by architect Antoni Gaudí, not expected to be completed until 2026, began construction in 1882 and is the greatest example of Modernist Spanish architecture. Its exterior facades and internal pillars embody the unique style of the architect and contain elaborate details inspired by nature.

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Parc Güell – Barcelona

This park, which combines exotic architecture, exuberant nature, and masterpieces by the brilliant architect Antoni Gaudí, is a must see for anyone visiting Barcelona. The panoramic view of the city from the terraces decorated with colorful tiles and mosaics is not to be missed.

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Plaza Mayor – Madrid

One of the city's most famous landmarks, this enclosed plaza stands out for its stunning architecture composed of stone and brickwork in deep tones and dotted with signature windows and balconies. Under its arches visitors will find traditional shops, as well as cafés and restaurants, where you can sit and enjoy the traditional delicacies of the Spanish capital.

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Museo Del Prado – Madrid

The most important museum in Spain, and one of the most visited in the world, the Prado houses over 1,500 works of art, including the famous piece "Las Meninas" by Spanish painter Diego Velásquez, as well as works by Goya, El Greco, and more.

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Museu Guggenheim – Bilbao

One of the most frequently visited locations in Spain, this museum was completed in 1995 and boasts complex shapes and curves reminiscent of fish scales. Depending on the angle from which it is viewed, the construction can resemble a ship or even a flower. With permanent and temporary exhibits, the museum's avant-garde architecture is considered more important than its collection.

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Casco Viejo – Bilbao

This 14th-century neighborhood houses some of the city's most important attractions, such as Museo Vasco, Mercado de la Ribera and Catedral de Santiago. With its narrow streets between colorful houses, restaurants, shops, artists' studios and city squares, it's a great location for a stroll.

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New offer: boarding fees are now included in all fares.

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