Barcelona Honeymoons

One simply cannot deny that Barcelona, the Catalan capital, will delight your senses by delivering an unparalleled cultural, culinary and nightlife experience.

Barcelona Honeymoon

A day in Barcelona revolves effortlessly around food, art and drinks. Set on the Mediterranean coast, this honeymoon destination is ideal for those seeking pleasure, indulgence and chic exoticism. Culture vultures can wander the city and tour the plethora of museums, one of which features Picasso’s famous work, as well as see Gaudi’s peculiar architectural masterpieces. The streets are filled with music whether it is lounge music coming from a nearby bar, a spontaneous band set up along the beach or opera singers taking advantage of the acoustics behind the walls of a cathedral. Foodies will be elated with breakfast in the Boqueria market alongside chefs running their fresh produce errands of the day, a three-course lunch service alfresco and a late dinner of ‘raciones’— a platter of cheeses and cured meats at a wine bar. A night out in Barcelona means bar hopping and goes on until sunrise.

Whether you're looking for fantastic food, incredible culture, or amazing nightlife, a Barcelona honeymoon truly has it all!


When to Go

Early spring and autumn are the best times to visit as they sit between the busy, hot summer holiday months and the cool but not too cold winter. The ocean is warm enough for swimming between June and October.

Top Sights and Activities

  • Las Ramblas: A long stretch of pedestrian walkway teeming with street performers, souvenirs and shops
  • Gaudi’s Sagrada Familia: A unique and unfinished Roman Catholic church and UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • Gaudi’s Güell Park: Features gardens, impressive ceramic mosaic designs and vistas of the city
  • Picasso Museum: Home to an extensive collection of Pablo Picasso’s formative years’ artworks
  • Barceloneta Beach: Popular beach only steps away from the city
  • La Boqueria Market: Discover the many ingredients and flavors of Mediterranean cuisine here
  • Bar Hopping: Cocktails and cured ham to a live DJ set. Repeat next door.
  • Tibidabo by Tram and Funicular: A panoramic view of Barcelona accessible by tram and funicular.
  • Dali’s Theatre Museum: A surrealist building showcasing the work of influential surrealist artist Salvador Dali.
  • Plaça Reial: Popular square in the Gothic quarter lined with cafés, restaurants and bars.
  • Santa Maria de Montserrat: A stunning monastery located on jagged mountains 30 kilometers from Barcelona.
  • Sant Sadurní d'Anoia: The epicenter for the production of cava, a Spanish sparkling wine.

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Barcelona Honeymoon Discussions

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Araceli, on September 15, 2017 at 4:09 PM

I made a post a few weeks back about FH & I going to spain, but after hearing how expensive I was being quoted (almost $10,000 for 9 days), FH and I decided to postponed our honeymoon planning...

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Kat0728, on February 12, 2016 at 11:13 AM

Hi all, We are starting to plan our honeymoon and our travel agent has suggested a two options and I wanted to get some opinions on where to go in Spain. One of the options she gave us was to fly to...

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Rebecca , on March 21, 2017 at 1:48 PM

My fiancé and I are going on a month trip to Paris and Barcelona and are considering using airbnb but we never have is it really reliable.... if anyone has used them did the place you rent from look...

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