My husband and I plan to go on a 7 day trip to Spain, our first trip to Europe. Which all cities should we cover?
As of now the plan is Madrid,Ibiza and barcelona.
Suggest if there are some other places which we must not miss .
Honestly. I know it's your first trip and you have so much you want to see but you really should pick two cities and try to see them. Even a little over 3 days in a city is almost nothing to enjoy it. You don't have that much time to begin with and travel time between the cities will chew up the clock on you. Rushing and trying to see too much is one of the easiest ways to burn yourself out and ruin a trip. I would keep Barcelona up top and pick another city that fits your hobbies and interests. Do you want to see natural landscapes or big cities? Seafood? City nightlife? Places of Historical significance? Outdoors adventures? Let your desires and wants help plan your trip. Get on wikitravel.com and lonely planet and other travel sites and find places that match up well with what your expectations are. over 7 years ago
thanks a lot for all the suggestions.
Yes I understand ,crowding up our tour with too many cities will be no good especially now that we have js 7 days on hand.. Thats y we wanted to rstrict it to Barca,Madrid & Ibiza.
I have been reading some great reviews about Sevilla and now I am actually tempted to to probably replace one of the cities with Sevilla.
Just a brief about us- the couple.. Both of us are fond of food and getting to know new places,love adventure and my husband is a die hard football fan :)
But none of us carry much knowledge about art & architecture though we donot mind visiting monuments & museums.
Let me know incase any of you could think of the best deal for us in Spain..
Quite possible that we might not get another chance to visit Spain and hence we want to go & live the best of Spain. over 7 years agoAnswered by Gypsy via WorldNomads.com
Also the most imp bit of info: we are planning our trip in mid august.. over 7 years agoAnswered by Gypsy via WorldNomads.com