Braw Private Tours of Spain

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We have partnered with the best local tour guides and itinerary planning specialists in Spain to offer our free cancellation guarantee and complimentary bespoke itinerary service for tours across this Mediterranean paradise.

Whether it’s just a one-day city tour in Madrid or Barcelona, or spending up to a month exploring the various regions of Spain with a private driver guide, we can design the perfect tour for you.

Madrid Gran Via
Plaza de Espana, Sevilla, Spain

Luxury Spain Tours, Designed For You

We believe that every guest deserves to enjoy a unique experience for their Spanish vacation, striking the perfect balance between luxury travel, and authentic off-the-beaten-track cultural curiosities.

To ensure your vacation will exceed your wildest expectations, your local tour planning specialist will consult with you to understand all your needs and desires before presenting you with a complimentary custom tour itinerary. We will be happy to revise this document as many times as necessary until we are ready to realize your dream tour of Spain.

Your guide will be there to collect you from the airport with our luxury executive class vehicle as you set off on your adventure in Spain. 

Contact our team today and find out how much of Spain it is possible to fit on your dates. From the Balearic Islands, home to some of the most stunning beaches in the world, to the many UNESCO World Heritage Sites such as The Alhambra Palace in Andalucia, The Royal and Catalan capitals in Madrid & Barcelona respectively, and delicious Tapas culture in the Basque country, we can take care of every detail for you.

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Alhambra, Granada, Spain
Arabic style architecture, building and art design in Alhambra

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Barcelona, Spain

La Sagrada Familia

The Expiatory Temple of Sagrada Família is Gaudí’s masterpiece. His conception for the basilica was based on the traditions of Gothic and Byzantine cathedrals. He achieved a symbiosis between form and Christian iconography and designed a very personal architecture through new but thoroughly logical structures, shapes, and geometries, all inspired by nature and in which light and color played a central role.

Parc Güell à Barcelone

Park Güell

Visit the magical Park Güell, a testament to Gaudí’s vision and imagination. Commissioned by Catalan entrepreneur Eusebi Güell, it is considered one of Barcelona’s greatest tourist attractions. Its large square was often used for staging traditional Sardana dancing and other social events. Gaudí’s design is a perfect match for this recreational space.

Santa Maria del Mar church in Barcelona, Spain

Barri Gothic (The Gothic Quarter)

Embark on a fascinating journey in time where we will reveal the secrets of its history: the remains of the Roman Temple of Augustus; the splendor of wonderfully preserved Romanesque churches and monasteries; the outstanding example of Catalan Gothic that is the Church of Santa Maria del Mar; the old Jewish Quarter; public buildings and palaces.

La rambla, barcelona, Spain

La Rambla shopping & cultural hub

The main thoroughfare of Barcelona is lined with trees, street performers, and cafe culture.

Prado Museum, Madrid, Spain

Masterpieces of the Prado Museum

This gallery in Madrid has the most complete collection of Spanish paintings from the 11th-18th centuries, and numerous masterpieces by great universal artists such as El Greco, Velázquez, Goya, Bosch, Titian, Van Dyck, and Rembrandt.

Madrid cathedral

Royal Palace of Madrid

Don’t miss the magnificent Royal Palace, one of Europe’s largest. It was built over a medieval Arab fortress and over the centuries different monarchs have left their mark both in the décor and the design of its gardens. A stroll through the Royal Palace’s halls is a journey to the last 400 years of Spain’s rise and fall as an empire.


Walking tour of Puerta del Sol & Plaza Mayor

Discover the oldest part of the city with your private guide at the Puerta del Sol (Sun Gates) and Plaza Mayor, the main square in the heart of the city.

Madrid Castle

Medieval Madrid Walking Tour

Our Medieval Madrid walking tour shows you the origins of the old town up to and including the 15th century. We start with a few remaining Archaeological sites. You will hear stories about the early inhabitants and take a pleasant historical walk through the different civilizations that were here: The tour incorporates history and traditions from The Moors, Christian & Jewish history.

Alhambra , Granada

Alhambra Palace in Granada

Ever since the Catholic Monarchs conquered Granada in 1492, the Alhambra, qa’lat al-Hamra, or the Red Castle, has fed the fantasies of travelers and visitors alike. And ever since the publication of Washington Irving’s book, Tales of the Alhambra, the site’s spectacular gardens, the sounds of its fountains, and its mysterious, sophisticated rooms have inspired travelers to imagine exotic scenes, transporting them to a fascinating world, far away in time and space. Some say it might be the closest thing to a scene from the tale of 1001 Arabian Nights! You can be the judge on our private, expertly guided private tour. Back to the Alhambra.

Real Alcázar de Sevilla

Royal Alcazar of Seville

Simply a must-visit destination when visiting Spain, let alone Seville, the UNESCO-listed Royal Alcazar (meaning “castle” in Spanish and derived from “Al-qasr”, Arabic for palace) dates back to 913, and over the years the Moorish traditions and Christian culture have blended to create a magnificent palace which is still King Felipe V’s official residence when in Seville. With special skip-the-line access, your guide will take you around all of the most significant aspects of the incredible royal Alcazar


Mosque-Cathedral of Cordoba

The Mosque increased in both size and beauty as the city became more politically and socially important and was even spared during the Christian Reconquest. It was converted into a Christian cathedral in 1238, and its Byzantine mosaics and the extraordinary system of two-tone horseshoe-shaped arches underwent several expansions, emulating both Renaissance and Baroque styles. Declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1984, Córdoba’s Mosque-Cathedral is the best-preserved building from its period.

Picasso Museum Malaga

Picasso Museum in Malaga

Did you know that Picasso was actually born in Malaga? Discover more about one of Malaga’s most famous sons, and indeed, one of the world’s most renowned artists on a guided tour of the grand Picasso museum just a short walk from the bay.

Plaza de Toros de Valencia

Plaza de Toros de Valencia

The Bullring dates back to 1850 in an immediately recognizable classical style. Please contact us in advance if you would like to attend as events are very seasonal and can sell out quickly.

City of Arts and Science, Valencia, Spain

City of the Arts and Sciences (Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias)

One of the “12 Treasures of Spain” this complex is a cultural and architectural hub that will surely be a highlight of any tour in Valencia.

Valencia Cathedral

Valencia Cathedral

Enjoy a guided tour of Valencia Cathedral in the center of the Old Town. Explore the various architectural styles on display, including baroque, Romanesque, and gothic.

La Lonja de la Seda (Silk Exchange)

La Lonja de la Seda (Silk Exchange)

The Lonja is an emblematic building of the city and one of the most famous gothic structures in a country with no shortage of exemplary examples! It was declared a National Historic and Artistic Monument in 1931 and subsequently a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1996.

Le Seu Cathedral, Mallorca, Spain

Palma Cathedral

Or to give it its full title The Catedral-Basilica de Santa Maria de Mallorca began construction in 1229 under King James I of Aragon in Catalan Gothic style but wasn’t completed until 1601.

Drach Caves

Drach Caves

Enjoy a guided tour route through the caves, marveling as each cavern is bigger than the last and more impressive as you progress. The highlight of your visit will be the classical music concert inside the Caves of Drach and crossing Lake Martel’s spectacular waters in a small wooden boat.

Palma City, Spain

Palma City

Our guide will tailor the walk to you and your pace. We will stroll around the narrow streets of the old town so we can discover charming squares, “patios” (courtyards) from the 16th century, and hidden gems such as the Convent of Santa Clara or the Arab Baths. The guided walk will also take us around the area that was the Jewish Quarter during the 16th Century; a perfect chance to learn a bit more about this culture and its relation with Mallorca. Our last part of the walking itinerary will take us to see some beautiful modernist buildings and to learn how the “art nouveau” came to Mallorca.

Royal Palace of La Almudaina

Royal Palace of La Almudaina

Enjoy a private tour of the official Mallorca residence of the King and Queen 

Guggenheim Museum, Bilbao

Guggenheim Museum

Since its opening in 1997, the Guggenheim Bilbao and Puppy – a floral sculpture of a dog by Jeff Koons, located outside the museum – have become the most internationally-known symbols of Bilbao. They form part of the collection of works by great figures in the world of art: David Salle, Chillida, Jeff Koons, Louis Bourgeois, and Robert Rauschenberg.

La Ribera Market Bilbao

Local Food & La Ribera Market

Plaza Nueva and its surrounding streets are full of busy bars serving their famous pintxos: small, delicious bites of food. The counters in Bilbao bars are attractive showcases that are constantly fresh and updated. Alongside the most traditional and well-established pinchos are innovative creations that have the sole aim of surprising the most demanding of palates. 

Here, foodies can find their place among the buzzing bars, family-run restaurants, and prestigious chefs. And they will also have the chance to visit the La Ribera Market, a beautiful building where you can have the produce that you purchase cooked for you, or where you can sample a selection of pintxos and Txakoli wine to the beat of live music.

Bilbao’s Old Town (Cesco Viejo)

Bilbao’s Old Town (Cesco Viejo)

The old town, known as the “Siete Calles” (seven streets), was rehabilitated after the terrible floods in 1983. We will learn about the city and its powerful history by walking through its streets and its main monumental vestiges, such as Santiago Cathedral, San Antón church, Bidebarrieta library and the Plaza Nueva.

Catedral de Santiago Bilbao

Catedral de Santiago de Bilbao

Visit the 14th Century Bilbao Cathedral with your private guide.