La Liga

2022/2023 season to be advised

La Liga is Spain’s top professional football league.

Home to some of the biggest, most prominent and best-supported clubs in Europe, La Liga attracts fervent supporters from across the globe.

Rivalry, passion and talent combine to create the ultimate spectacle in Spanish soccer, and you can experience it live when you book La Liga packages to Spain. Notorious for provoking intense crowd reactions, La Liga is home to one of the most passionate club rivalries in the world. Frequent matches between Barcelona and Real Madrid, the strongest and wealthiest clubs in Spain, are known as ‘El Clásico’ and symbolise the divisions between Spanish royalists and the Catalan nation in the South of Spain.

Real Madrid and Barcelona might be the reigning superstars of La Liga, but the league is known for promoting local talent and has become one of the most open and competitive domestic tournaments in Europe. Kicking off in August, the 2021 - 2022 La Liga season will see 20 Spanish football clubs go head-to-head in what promises to be one of the most action-packed tournaments on the football calendar.

Enquire now about our 2021/2022 La Liga packages.


Due to TV scheduling, match fixture dates might change, make sure your accommodation covers that possibility. Our suggestion: stay min 3 nights wherever you are.

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