Looking for an unforgettable honeymoon? Think Spain.
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Spain is the perfect mix of relaxation, adventure, and unforgettable experiences.
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If you’re looking for an unforgettable honeymoon, look no further than Spain.
Spain offers the perfect combination of beaches, mountains, history, and art. There’s something for everyone to do. Whether you’re interested in visiting the world-class museum, relaxing on the breathtaking beaches, or just interested in exploring the historical cities — you can do it in Spain.
Spain is the perfect option if you’re looking for an unforgettable, once in a lifetime trip.
In this article, we’ll take a look at all the things you can see and do while on your honeymoon in Spain.
Here’s a quick look at what’s ahead:
- Places to go when in Spain including Madrid, Barcelona, Granada, the Spanish Islands
- Things you’ll want to do during your trip including seeing the architecture, visiting museums, and taking in the culture
Places to Go in Spain
There’s so much to see in Spain, but we’ve identified a few areas that you’ll want to consider visiting. From historic cities to beautiful beaches and mountain sceneries, wherever your itinerary takes you, it will be an unforgettable trip.
You can’t visit Spain without stopping in the country’s capital, Madrid. With a lively nightlife and plenty to keep you busy during the day, it’s a must-see. Image courtesy of Pixabay.
Madrid is the capital and largest city in Spain and is located in the heart of the country. It’s one central hub where you can experience everything from local cuisine, shopping, art, dancing, and so much more.
One thing you’ll want to keep in mind and plan for when traveling to Madrid is that many businesses close for a short period of time after lunch. Luckily, the nightlife within the city goes on for hours and promises something for everyone.
If you’re visiting Spain, you can’t skip Madrid. Whether you just spend a day passing through or stay in the city for a few days — you won’t be disappointed.
Explore Barcelona and experience everything from dance, art, history, and even get a little beach time in. Image courtesy of Pixabay.
Another must-see while in Spain is Barcelona. Although it’s one of the oldest, Barcelona is known as the most cosmopolitan, modern, and avant-garde city in Spain. It sits between the ocean and mountains — which means it has plenty to offer visitors.
Whether you choose to spend your days at the beach, exploring the local culture, or maybe even attending a soccer game, you’ll be in awe of the city. You could spend days immersing yourself in everything Barcelona has to offer.
From a lively party scene, breathtaking modern art and architecture, and beautiful beaches, Barcelona is the perfect stop for any honeymooners.
Soak in the beautiful mountain views and get a glimpse at the historical architecture that makes up Granada. Image courtesy of Pixabay.
Located at the foot of the Sierra Nevada mountains, Granada boasts beautiful scenery and natural landscapes. Its location makes it a great option for couples looking for a more adventurous honeymoon that is full of outdoor activities.
But don’t worry, if you’re looking for a little less adventure there is plenty of history and architecture to explore in this city. It’s also just a short drive to the Mediterranean sea, so you can still spend time soaking in the sun.
Image courtesy of Pixabay.
The Spanish Islands
There are two groups of Spanish Islands that you can explore. The Balearics Islands in the Mediterranean, and the Canary Islands in the Atlantic. Each offers a number of different islands you can visit, all with their own personalities and experiences.
Here are just a few of the most popular Spanish Islands, and what they’re known best for:
- Ibiza: electrifying nightlife and cuisine
- Majorca: breathtaking beaches and resorts
- Menorca: its rich history
- La Gomera: great hiking trails
- Lanzarote: spectacular volcanic landscapes
If your perfect honeymoon looks like endless beaches and exploring, you should definitely consider visiting the Spanish Islands.
Things to Do in Spain
While you’ll likely never run out of things to do in Spain, we’ve put together a list of things you can do throughout your tour of the country. Each city and location will provide you with a unique experience, but there are a few things that you’ll definitely want to checkout.
The architecture throughout Spain is stunning. No matter where you plan to visit, there will be an opportunity to see these spectacular views. Image courtesy of Pixabay.
Explore the Architecture
Nearly everywhere you visit in Spain, you’ll have an opportunity to marvel at the beautiful architecture. With strong influences from art and rich history, Spain is home to some of the most stunning architecture in Europe.
If you’re interested in exploring the architecture of the country, here are a few Spanish Architects you’ll want to see:
- Santiago de Compostela Cathedral
- La Sagrada Familia
- Plaza de Espana
- Guggenheim Museum
Depending on your itinerary you may not have the chance to see everything, but you’ll want to make sure to at least walk past these beautiful buildings.
The Guggenheim Museum is so spectacular, it made our list twice. From its standout architecture to its impressive art collection inside, it’s a must-see item in Spain. Image courtesy of Pixabay.
Another thing that is plentiful in Spain is art. In fact, there are over 1,500 museums — meaning you’ll likely come across a few during your travels. Whether you’re an avid art lover or just interested in visiting these world-class museums, it’s a great opportunity.
While there are hundreds to pick from, here are a few can’t miss museums in Spain:
- Museo del Prado
- Guggenheim Museum
- Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias
- Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia
- Museo Picasso
No matter where you go, you’ll have the opportunity to experience the amazing art Spain has to offer.
Don’t forget to spend time just simply taking in the culture and cuisine Spain has to offer. You’re going on the trip of a lifetime, make sure to take it all in. Image courtesy of Pixabay.
Experience the Local Culture and Cuisine
No matter where you plan to visit, you can accomplish this one. And that is to simply take in the culture and cuisine Spain has to offer. Whether that means indulging in a plate of tapas, going to a bullfight, watching a flamenco show, or just strolling through the cities and shops — get out there and experience everything Spain has to offer.
So what are you waiting for? Get started planning your honeymoon to Spain today!
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