Best Honeymoon Spot in Spain

Spain is a wonderful destination for honeymoons with its captivating coastlines, romantic wine country and fascinating cities. Customize honeymoon tours in Spain can be arranged in a variety of locations including: Gourmet Basque Country (San Sebastian, Bilbao, Hondarribia, etc); Barcelona and the Penedès winelands; Green Spain (Cantabria, Asturias, Basquelands and Galicia); Andalusia (Granada, Sevilla, Ronda, Córdoba, Jerez, etc); and the Balearic islands (wonderful Mallorca, Ibiza, Menorca and Formentera).


What To See in Spain

Art and gardens: No Spanish vacation is complete without a stroll through the renowned Museo del Prado. Commissioned in 1785 by King Carlos III, it houses the works of the nation's three great masters: Fransisco Goya, Diego Velazquez and El Greco -- not to mention a couple of famous and frightening works by Hieronymous Bosch. Next door to the Prado is the Jardin Botanico, a beautiful garden in the center of the bustling city. Spend an afternoon in the shade of this centuries-old garden that holds plants, trees, flowers, and cacti from around the world.

People-watch: You can see plenty of sights while simply lounging in Madrid's town squares, where Spaniards of all ages congregate for delicious coffee and churros (the Spanish version of a donut) in the morning, and sangria and tapas in the late afternoon. One of the most popular places to people-watch is the Plaza Mayor, which has seen everything from bullfights to royal marriages and public executions in its centuries-long existence. (That's quite a combo!)

Tapas and copas: You certainly won't go hungry (or thirsty!) on the streets of Madrid. The city is packed with bars, “cafeterias” (bars with meals), pubs, and terrazas (fancy outdoor cafés) -- and the bartenders aren't stingy. Be prepared for an array of tapas (Spanish snacks), and a hearty dash of liquor in your copa (a mixed drink in a tall glass). You'll find bars and discotecas (dance clubs) open at all hours, so feel free to party 'til dawn.
When to Visit Spain: September to November; April to June (Summers can reach highs of 104 degrees Fahrenheit and winters dip below freezing, so plan a trip in spring or fall for averages around 70.) 

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1 comment:

  1. wow lovely place. it is so romantic.what is the package price for 2?