Honeymoon In Spain
Sightseeing tips and itinerary to enjoy with your love.
Spain is a wonderful country, renowned for its beaches, gastronomy, historic monuments, museums and nature.
For these reasons, it is a great destination for honeymoons, and thinking about who is planning your trip, we have separated some tips, itineraries and information necessary for you to make the most of your stay.
Where to stay in Spain?
The choice of the perfect city will be influenced (and a lot) by the type of travel that the couple dreams of, several islands with beautiful beaches can be an option for those who wish to connect with nature, while the Spanish capital, Madrid, carries on its streets centuries of history, parks and unique gastronomic experiences. In view of this, we will bring tips for both situations, which may assist in this decision.
Beaches in Spain
The main beaches in Spain are located in the Balearic Islands, composed of Menorca, Majorca, Formentera and Ibiza, in all of them it is possible to find beaches with white sand and the turquoise sea with transparent waters.
In addition to the breathtaking scenery, several resorts have their facilities in these regions, and offer the perfect opportunity to combine comfort, romance and nature. There are usually special packages for honeymooners, which include suites, room and massage services, and other amenities.
There are two main ways to reach the islands, by ferry or plane. It is always worth researching the value of tickets, there are several low cost companies that offer this route.
Knowing Madrid: The Capital Of Spain
Madrid is a complete city, where there is the preservation of artistic and cultural spaces and several other attractions, the following itinerary is just a suggestion among several ways that the tours can be combined.
Itinerary for 3 days in Madrid
Day 1 - Visit to the city's cable car, Park of Attractions and Sunset at the Temple of Debod.
The Rosales Cable Car was opened in 1969, it is possible to see several sights from above and admire the city.
To go to the metro cable car you can access Rosales Station and Casa de Campo Station, or go with a tour company.
The cable car starts operating at 11 am, leaving every hour, and has a fixed cost of € 6.00.
Upon reaching the highest part there is a bar with a beautiful view, or you can walk and visit the Park of Attractions, which is in that region.
Finally, to have an unforgettable sunset, just take the cable car back to the main station, right next door is the Temple of Debod, originally Egyptian and donated to Spain in the late 1960s.
Day 2 - Museums of Madrid and Parque del Retiro
During the day it is possible to visit the museums of the well-known arts path of the city, composed of the museums Reina Sofia, Caixa Forum, Prado Museum and Thyssen-Bornemisza.
The recommended thing is to dedicate time for these tours, there are many works to appreciate. If possible, add an extra day to your trip and share visits.
Next to the museums is the Park del Retiro, a great place to observe the landscapes and the beautiful garden in the late afternoon, there are even pedal boats on its lake.
Day 3 - El Escorial and Romantic Dinner
El Escorial, also called Complex of São Lourenço do Escorial, is a large area located 60 km from Madrid that has a palace, garden, monastery, museum and library.
To get to El Escorial there are bus options departing from Madrid, or by line C3, from Atocha station.
To conclude the day, there is nothing better than getting to know Spanish cuisine in a romantic dinner, there are several restaurant options in Madrid, all of which are usually open late.
To conclude, it is important to remember that Brazilians do not need a visa to stay up to 90 days in Spain as a tourist, but a lot of attention is needed to which documents are required by immigration.
Now you can experience the best of Spain on an unforgettable honeymoon!