Tide of September events expected to drive tourists to Spain, say ulookubook.com

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A number of upcoming and ongoing festivals, such as the Sueca Paella Festival and the Fiesta de la Merce in Barcelona, makes September one of the best times to visit Spain.

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September is an exciting month to visit Spain

While September can often be quite a quiet month in the UK, with everyone getting back into their usual routine after the summer, this month in Spain is gearing up to be one of the most exciting for locals and tourists alike, with the launch of a number of varied events. Celebrations of culture and sport, such as the Hipnotik hip-hop festival on the 18 of September, and the annual Tour of Spain which runs from the 28 August to the 19 September, could make the thought of booking late Spain holidays more appealing.

“September is an exciting month to visit Spain,” says Ian Raine of online holiday firm ulookubook.com. “There’s just so much going on, from art festivals, annual one-day fiestas and religious festivals, so there really is something for everyone to enjoy in the Kingdom of Spain over the next few weeks.”

One of the highlights of the Spanish calendar this month will be the UEFA Champions League matches, which feature two of the country’s most famous teams, reigning Spanish champions, FC Barcelona, who play their opening match against Greece’s Panathinaikos on the 14 September at the Camp Nou Stadium and Real Madrid, who face Ajax at Bernabeu on the 15 September.

“Obviously football doesn’t appeal to everyone,” says Raine. “But the great thing about these events is that they’re so varied. September is also outside of the traditional tourist season, so prices for all inclusive holidays to Spain will be cheaper.”

The month of events was kick started by one of the highlights of the European fashion calendar, Madrid Fashion Week, and continues with a number of religious and social events, such as the Fiestas del Diablo in Tijarafe, which runs from the 10-12 September, and features fireworks and a local dressed as the devil. Other religious festivals include the Villenna Moors and Christian Festival (4-9 September) and Velá de la Fuensanta (4-8 September) in Cordoba. And if you’re after something a bit different, there’s also the La Minerva Festival in Calella on the 23 September, which features music and dancing. So no matter what you decide to do or where you visit, you’re guaranteed a totally different Spanish holiday this month.

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ulookubook.com is part of The Holiday Discount Centre, a member of ABTA (J4901) and Advantage (the largest travel consortium in the UK). Based in the UK, they have over 30 experienced travel advisors and have booked over 300,000 passengers via the internet.

ulookubook.com are not owned by any major tour operator, allowing them to offer free impartial travel advice and promote a wider range of holiday offers from various suppliers including Thomson, First Choice, Thomas Cook and many more.

What makes ulookubook.com prices stand out from the crowd is not only do they offer already cheap holiday deals, they also offer an extra on-line discount plus a price guarantee. Their website allows customers to have full flexibility in their search criteria giving something more than just a bog standard one/two week holiday. With deals like this, why would you want to search for a holiday elsewhere?

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