Hola Todos .
My friends and me are going to Spain in May. Will spend two weeks in Madrid (want to study Spanish) and after that we have 12 days to see the country. Can someone help me with the itinerary? Would love to see Salamanca, Toledo, Seville. Rhonda, Cadiz, Puerta banus, malaga, granada and majorca. Don't mind skipping Barcelona but we want to see Andalusia really well. Don't want to drive from Madrid to Seville but I don't mind driving around Andalusia (Blablacar is also an option).
Can anyone suggest some local tour operators who can arrange short trips (3-5 day) from Madrid to seville, cordoba, and grandada?
I'm wanting to travel from Oriheula to Granda to Córdoba to Seville to Faro to Lisbon to Madrid.
Would love advice on easiest way to travel ? And ideally the cheapest!
If trains which ones are best? Is there a Spain/Portugal train pass you can get for two weeks?
If rental cars are there any recommended companies for one way drop off?
Are there any 1 day or short multi day tours that go to these places or some of them?
Are there any restrictions traveling between to two countries?
Any help is kindly appreciated :)
I'm hoping to get a little help with a possible vacation to Spain this coming summer for two or three weeks. I'm pretty lost so far in terms of cities, neighborhoods, etc. It would be my husband, our kids (6 and 4), and me. In an ideal world, I'd love a trip that:
-allows us to spend time with locals (I have read that kids often play outside until late at night, and I'd love my kids to experience that, especially since my son goes to a Spanish immersion school)
-is close to the beach for at least part of the trip
-does not require renting a car
-is close to kid-friendly activities
If you have any advice for me (the more specific, the better!), I'd greatly appreciate it!!
Suggestions for what to do on Sunday. Have hire car dont mind travelling a couple of hours or so each way
I will be driving from San Sebastian to Granada at the end of June and would like to stop somewhat half way. It looks like Madrid is about half way, but I have never been there so I don't know what driving there is like. Can you recommend a place maybe just outside that city that would still make it easy to get into with public transportation or maybe another city that would be worth visiting for a day?
We will also be going to Valencia for about a week in early June. Any recommendations for good neighborhoods to stay in? We will have our small dog, and love to be able to walk to markets and restaurants. Not really big nightlife people,
Thanks so much!
Can anyone tell me if either gabapentin or pregabalin are sold without a prescription in Spain?
I was just wondering if most hotels in Spain have a reliable, fast Wi-Fi connection.
Does anyone know the easiest way to transfer from Alicante railway station to Altea by public transport. there looks like there is a bus or a tram but I can't find the details of stops etc
I am planning a trip to Spain in April 2017. Have anyone heard of Veltra Tour company? I am thinking about booking a 4 day trip (4-Day Spain Tour: Cordoba, Seville and Granada from Madrid) with the company. Or if you have any suggestions on a tour company in Spain, it would be great.
We will be arriving in Madrid on April 26 and departing out of Barcelona on May 11.
We are looking to include San Sebastian, Seville and Granada. Can we please have peoples thoughts on chosen places, nights in each, best way to route trip.
Looking at going to Madrid, Barcelona, Andorra and San Sebastian
We will fly from Perth, Western Australia into most likely Madrid.
What is the best pathway to go to these places ? I have played around with it several times and am still a little confused. Also would it be worth going to Velencia as well?
Thanks in advance
We are a 30 year old couple who are happy to do as much as possible in a short period of time coming from Australia!
The three main places we want to visit are
Is there anywhere anyone thinks we are missing badly! We were going to Train to all places then go to Italy after.
Thanks in advance
Myself and my husband are travelling to Northern Spain next year, for a week from Sat 18th Feb.
We are flying in to Bilbao and will spend the first day/night there but would then like to visit 2 or 3 more places. We have been to Vitoria and San Sebastian before, so thought this time we might travel West. We will be using public transport, probably the train, to move around and would really appreciate any suggestions of places to visit/stay.
If anybody knows of any local events or celebrations happening at this is time, that is also something that we are really interested in.
Thanks in advance
Hello, my husband an I will be going to Spain for all of June and the beginning of July. We want to be close to a beach, but we have a budget of $1200 per month for accommodations. We will also be traveling with our dog. We would like to be close to a decent sized town. Any suggestions for a city that could work for us? We can also get a car if we need to. Thanks! Nicole
HI; All: Can you please tell me how to get to AC by Marriott in Guadalajara in Spain by bus or train? I'm coming from the train station - in Madrid - chamartin.
Thank you very much for your assistance
Can a Hunduran Citizen on a travel visa to the United States travel to Spain, without any additional paper work?
Can I take a RENFE train from the Santiago de Compostela airport to the city?
We're planning our hols to sunny Spain next year. We've been to quite a number of different spots over there but this time we'll have our two year old grandaughter and her parents with us . Any suggestions as to a good place to visit would be greatly appreciated . Somewhere safe for kids with a water or theme park nearby but a few bars etc for granny and grandad would be fine .
I am planning a trip to Spain in October, and am wondering if anyone has any feedback/advice on my itinerary. We arrive in Madrid on October 7 (Friday) and depart on October 16 (Sunday): 9 nights in total.
Here's what I have so far:
4 nights - Madrid
1 night - Toledo
3 nights - Valencia/Seville/Granada
1 night - Madrid
I am having a difficult time determining whether to visit Valencia, Seville or Granada, or whether we should consider something completely different.
Does anyone have any recommendations on where to spend those three nights of my trip?
I recently booked a ticket from Tel-Aviv, Israel to Funchal,Madeira, with a connection at Madrid barajas.
I booked the ticket via a travel agency and the operating airline is Iberia , however, i'm a little concerned about the transfer time from terminal 4 to 4S- my flight lands in Madrid at 10:40 at terminal 4, then the flight to Funchal,Madeira departs at 11:35 at terminal 4s, totalling about one hour between touch down and take off, a timeframe within which I have to get from the plane to the departure gate.
I've done my homework and read about the underground 5 minute train, but ideally I'd really like to have an account of someone who's faced the same transfer; is it possible in one hour ? I'd just like to know it this is a /possible/ amount of time, so as to know if I should get a train down instead, i dont know any thing about barajas and how it goes
I'd be very grateful for any information anyone can bring to the matter.
Thanks to all who read :)
I would be on 10 days business trip to Spain (First time). I have to go madrid - Seville - Jaen - Colba - cordoba - valencia & near by areas to each city
Could any one advise cheapest & easiest way to travel b/w cities ??
Is Spanish language must to be be there. I know only english. ??
Is Vegetarian/ Jain food a problem here ??
Please advise bit nervous.
Posting this in the hope that one of our members in Spain might be able to help: . The missing man is an ex-colleague of some of my ex-colleagues and they're worried sick, naturally
Hello, we are two guys traveling to Spain on business and have two nights in Barcelona from 10 June before we leave for Madrid. We than have two days on 15th and16th June to plan a trip some where or do something fun. Any tips or suggestions for Barcelona, Madrid or any other place of interest to visit or people to meet to hang out would be great.
We are flying into Madrid on 9/9 and leaving 9/18 from Barcelona. Would like to see Segovia, Granada, Cordoba. Is that too much? The plan is to stay 3 days in Madrid.We can do day trips from there but the rest is a bit fuzzy.Any suggestions? Thanks VT community. -Sandra
After going to a wedding in San Pedro, Marbella, mid August, my partner and I, active seniors, will be traveling in Spain for about 3 weeks and wondered if the best mode of transport throughout Andalusia would be a rental car or by rain and bus. I have heard that it is not safe to leave anything in a car and we like exploring old cities on foot and hope to travel quite lightly, but we are not back packers by any means. There does not seem to be any clear cut route to see the whole region, by any means of transport. Any ideas from those more experienced?
Any experience, feedback about
Thanks in advance,
Hello folks. I am in Lisbon now, with luggage. I would like to see a few more beautiful places - there is certainly a choice - and then go on to the south of France (Montpellier). It is a rather long journey. One thought was go to to Santiago de Compostela - which I want to see - but then it is a very long train journey to Hendaye, arriving after 11 pm. That is difficult. Looking at the map, I could angle up through several interesting towns. Does anyone know of good train service through Spain that could get me to the south of France fast? (Not Barcelona, please) Once I am in the French train system I am fine. Thanks so much, Jean
How can we find tickets from Ibiza to Formentera through a mobile app. How can I book ferries in Ibiza Formentera in a few seconds.?
Any suggestions as to the cheapest and most walkable parking please. Would prefer to take a ticket type parking rather than pay as you display /meter parking as it's so easy to over run the parking and risk a fine
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