With a young, experienced and highly-skilled team since 2008, BUZZ DMC caters to the needs of the most discerning travellers, always working towards the best and most extraordinary programs.

From experiencing local culture to the fun in each corner with flamenco music, from a paella cooking class to a local tavern tasting tapas, Buzz showcases to clients the best of what Spain has to offer.


At first glance Spain seems to be just a lovely Mediterranean country that is blessed with phenomenal sunny weather, but on closer inspection you soon discover that this amazing country has many fascinating dimensions all waiting to be discovered. As you roam the southern regions of the country evidence of its Moorish past is evident in the architecture, one of the most accomplished would be the Mosque-Cathedral of Cordoba. But architecturally it was not just the moors that influenced, let’s not forget that this was the birthplace of masters like Dali, Picasso, Miro, Velasquez and maybe the most influential was the Catalan master Gaudi, who adorn Barcelona with some of the world’s most beautiful architectural pieces and still today the engineering genius of la Sagrada Famiglia is a marvel to all that lay eyes on her. Read More

This architectural ethos was followed the Spaniards through the centuries and now houses some of the most contemporary buildings of our time; Guggenhiem Museum in Bilbao, the City of Arts and Science complex in Valencia, the Auditorium de Tenerife just to mention a few.

Their artistic flamboyance is driven by a passion that is reflected in their way of life, their food, the music, the bull fighting traditions and in the sensual flamenco. It’s what makes Spain such a seductive country. 

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Rui Calapez – CEO (Head Office)
Rui Silva – CSO (Head Office)

Tel: +351 211 147 160




Madrid: Randy Hosein – Sales Director
Tel: +34 910 770 949

Barcelona: Marina Mateus
Tel: +34 662 605 514

Valencia: Domenica Mini
Tel: +34 663 301 576


“I have seen dawn and sunset on moors and windy hills coming in solemn beauty like slow old tunes of Spain.”

– John Edward Masefield