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Barcelona to Madrid via road trip via wine country

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If you want to visit both Madrid and Barcelona and get to know hidden gems in Spain you can decide to enjoy a road trip and drive to connect Spain´s two cities.  Save this url in your favorites list. Our team of local experts have put great care on the preparation of this itinerary. This is a free travel guide.

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This road trip in Spain takes you from Madrid to Barcelona or Barcelona to Madrid. Indulge in the vibrant life of Madrid and Barcelona and discover the flavors and food of Spain’s Basque Country and Rioja using this road itinerary from Barcelona to Madrid (or viceversa). In this  fantastic itinerary our local team has included recommendations with and excellent selection of romantic hotels and restaurants, amazing architecture, and culture to get immersed in the Spanish lifestyle. As previously mentioned. the itinerary can be enjoyed starting from either Madrid or Barcelona

This itinerary is built to be enjoyed in 7 days. It can easily be extended easily and include more time at any of the towns or cities included, or by extending with a stay in the French Basque country.

Madrid to Barcelona roadtrip - Top recommendations


Madrid – Segovia – Ribera del Duero – Burgos – Bilbao – San Sebastian – Logroño (Rioja) – Zaragoza – Barcelona


More recommendations are provided in the detailed itinerary

MADRID – PALACIO DEL RETIRO, AUTOGRAPH COLLECTION. This is with no doubt one of our favorite hotels in Madrid. Despite it is not a «bargain» the hotel offers real value for money when compared to other hotes in Madrid.  It is located in front of the Retiro Park. This implies being at 5 minutes walk from the center of the city but in a calm area where it is easy to relax. The setting could not be better: an amazing palace that thanks to its recent renovation has brought all of today´s comforts. See more HERE

SEGOVIA –  SAN ANTONIO EL REAL. This hotel is located at a monastery that is a classified monument. The hotel went through a careful renovation and offers free parking and an excellent restaurant where you will be able to enjoy excellent local gastronomy. The hotel is not at the heart of the city center but you could still decide to walk, take a taxi or drive and park next to the aqueduct (public parking available right next to the aqueduct)  The hotel offers fantastic value for money. See more details HERE

RIBERA DEL DUERO – CASTILLO DE CURIEL  This small hotel is not the most luxurious option in Ribera del Duero, but is probably the most special one. The hotel is located at one of the most impressive castles in Spain and the oldest in the province of Valladolid. A unique experience. The hotel´s restaurant is not the best option in the area though.  See more details HERE

BILBAO – HOTEL ARTEXE.  Parking in Bilbao is not easy, but this family owned family hotel is located outside of the city center and you will be able to park with no problems. The hotel is also great value for money and you will get a real feeling of being not just in Bilbao, but also in the Basque country.  And the hotel is just one mile from the Guggenheim museum.  By far not a luxury option but an excellent one in our view!. Find more HERE

SAN SEBASTIAN – VILLA SORO. Since you may have saved by choosing Artexe in Bilbao you can spend a bit extra in San Sebastian. San Sebastian is one of Spain´s most expensive cities, and accomodation should be booked well in advance. We recommend Villa Soro, one of Spain´s most romantic hotels:  with just 25 rooms and a fantastic building it is a delightful hotel to stay in.  We love the building and parking is free. See more HERE


We provide 2 options, one in Logroño, the capital city, one in Laguardia. In the detailed itinerary, we provide more clues on where to stay.

LOGROÑO – Hotel Calle Mayor. This hotel is our favorite pick in Logroño. It is a mid-sized hotel with an excellent location and lots of charm. Hotels in Logroño tend to be dull but this is one of the few exceptions. The hotel has comfortable rooms and combines in its design modern and traditional architecture. Best rates HERE

LAGUARDIA –  HOSPEDERIA DE LOS PARAJES.  Located at the beautiful Plaza Mayor in Laguardia, this boutique and luxury hotel is a fantastic option in Rioja. The hotel is as charming as the village of Laguardia, offers beautifully decorated rooms and restaurants that serve high-quality food and wines.  See more HERE


7  nights to get the most out of it. Since this itinerary involves visiting wineries and tasting wine it will not be very simple to reduce the number of nights unless one of the persons in your group will drive and not drink each day.

Best months to visit? September and the first part of October are fantastic months to enjoy wine country in both Ribera del Duero and Rioja. End of March, April, May, June and first 2 weeks of July. 


Madrid to Barcelona via wine country roadtrip
  • Discover Madrid's world-class art and vibrant nightlife. Enjoy its parks and romantic spots like the views from the Templo de Debod (egyptian temple) in Madrid
  • The Spanish Versailles: A stop in La Granja de San Ildefonso on your way to Segovia wher you will discover the best preserved Roman Aqueduct in the world.
  • Discover old Castilla: Peñafiel and its mighty castle, the wineries of Ribera del Duero and enjoy the beauty of Burgos´s unique cathedral
  • Get surprised by the extravagant shapes of Bilbao's Guggenheim titanium architecture and enjoy the old quarter and its street full of tapas and wine bars
  • Get the best taste of Spain in San Sebastian, Spain´s gastronomy Capital
  • Beautiful landscapes in Rioja Alavesa and RiojaPremium wines and superb vineyard landscapes
  • Tapas in Calle Laurel in Logroño
  • Imagine yourself in the running of the bulls while you stroll the streets of Pamplona
  • Get seduced by the size and beauty of El Pilar in Zaragoza
  • Enjoy Barcelona’s Gaudí architecture, the Ramblas and Gothic quarter


  • Enjoy Madrid and taste the best the city has to offer!Discover the hidden gems of Madrid, away from the tourist routes
  • Segovia and the most impressive Roman aqueduct in the worldExperience the fascinating Roman aqueduct in Segovia, a UNESCO World Heritage site and also the best place to try traditional roast pork
  • Sleep at a castle or a monastery near the Duero riverEnjoy this lands amazing wineries and landscapes. Monasteries and castles next to the Duero river
  • Discover the amazing Cathedral of Burgos and its castilian streets and suares
  • Visit century old wineries in Rioja and experience the region´s beautiful countryside
  • Labastida and Briñas2 villages next to Haro that will seduce you with its views and churches (Labastida) and its walk next to the river (Briñas)
  • Enjoy the famous tapas and wines of Rioja in Calle Laurel in Logroño
  • Enjoy Bilbao´s architecture, art and gastronomy
  • San Sebastian extensionEnjoy one of Europe´s prettiest urben beaches and some of the top restaurants in the world


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2 or 3 days - Click on each tab to read our recommendations. IMPORTANT: Madrid is not just Madrid! At less than 1 hour from Madrid you will find fantastic places (6 Unesco heritage sites) worth visiting. Bear this in mind when you plan your stay. The itinerary we recommend includes already one of these sites: Segovia and you could actually detour on your way and visit also Avila or El Escorial. Toledo is not included in the itinerary though

1Madrid in a nutshell

Madrid offers a lot to any visitor. Home to some of the best art galleries in the world, the capital of Spain is Europe´s capital city with more trees and some of its parks, like the famous Retiro, are among its top attractions. The endless number of quality tapas and wine bars, a high-quality shopping district, beautiful squares or the Bernabeu soccer stadium make of Madrid a city that has something to offer to any type of visitor.
MADRID FREE TOUR This is a good option to enjoy a quick introduction to the city

2Top attractions in Madrid

You can find here the top attractions in Madrid and recommended tours to enjoy these. For more detailed information we recommend you our
THINGS TO DO IN MADRID GUIDE with more insights on top sights and activities in Spain´s capital

BERNABEU STADIUM . One of the top attractions in Spain, Real Madrid´s stadium offers a very interesting visit to get to know the history of the club, visit the training rooms, and much more. – BEST OFFER FOR SKIP THE LINE TICKETS
RETIRO PARK This park is the most important one in Madrid. Its location near the city center makes El Retiro the perfect place to enjoy a break from the city. This is not just a park, but one with many attractions inside. Among the many things to see in El Retiro park you will find the crystal palace, the pond, where you will be able to hire a boat or the statue of the fallen angel.
TEMPLO DE DEBOD if you want to enjoy the best views of Madrid we recommend you a visit to this egyptian temple. 15 minutes walk from the Royal Palace. Best visited at sunset!
PRADO MUSEUM This is the most famous art gallery in Madrid though not the only one you may want to enjoy (the Reina Sofia and the Thyssen are amongst the top museums in Madrid too) El Prado boasts a fantastic collection and it is located next to the botanical gardens and also the Retiro park. Prado Museum site BEST RATEs FOR SKIP THE LINE GUIDED TOUR
ROYAL PALACE One of the top visits in Madrid for sure. Best if visited early in the morning to avoid crowds

3Recommended hotels in Madrid

– PALACIO DEL RETIRO, AUTOGRAPH COLLECTION. Luxury & traditional. Great location and lots of charm. HERE
– HOTEL URBAN. Luxury & trendy. Avantgarde architecture and one of the best terraces in Madrid. HERE
– HOSTAL GALA. Great location, fantastic value for money. HERE
– LA NAVE HOSTEL. Good location, cool and relaxed atmosphere. HERE

4Recommended restaurants in Madrid

It is not easy to recommend just a few tapas bars and quality restaurants in a city like Madrid! This is the good news. If there is just one recommendation you should follow is this one: please do not enter places that advertise paella with low-quality images at bargain price!

– FLAMENCO AND DINNER: Many people look for this sort of option. The food is not always great. Probably the best mix of quality food and good flamenco is found at Corral de la Moreria. BOOK IT AT BEST RATES
– TRADITIONAL RESTAURANTS. There are some restaurants that have been opened for over 100 years and that continue to serve today’s top traditional gastronomy and the same atmosphere! If you do not want to end your day at a «fusion» style restaurant and enjoy real madrileñan food, these are the best options: Casa Ciriaco, Sobrino de Botin, Posada de la Villa, Lardhy, and Malacatin (these 2 last names specialize in Cocido madrileño, the city´s most typical dish) .
Dinner at Lardhy can be booked online at a very interesting price in this HERELink.

– BEST WINE BARS. There many wine and tapas bars in Madrid as you probably rightly guess. Among our top 3 favorites these ones: tempranillo in La Latina, Stop Madrid in Chueca, and Laredo in Retiro. we have put together a list of our favorite wine bars in Madrid that you can find in this link with also a Map with tapas bars in MadridLink.
– HIGH-END RESTAURANTS: Diverxo from famous Dabid Muñoz offers a real gastronomy adventure. Another Michelin starred option (on more classical grounds) is Club Allard. A third, less conventional option with lots of personality is Viridiana.

There are many areas in Madrid to enjoy tapas. Most tourists go to Huertas (Plaza Santa Ana). You can find some good options near Huertas despite it being a bit too touristic. Another options very much enjoyed by tourists is La Latina (Cava Baja and cava Alta streets) A good number of bars, many frequented by locals. If you want to get to areas where locals go you should visit el Retiro (Calle Menorca and nearby streets), and the area of «Ponzano» after the street with the same name.

5Possible day tours from Madrid

There are 6 Unesco heritage sites at less than 1 one from Madrid. Besides this, you will be able to visit also small charming villages

– SEGOVIA . This fantastic town is included already in this road trip itinerary. There are very interesting things near Segovia.
– AVILA. Avila is a walled city (one of the best-preserved walls in the world) You can visit Avila on your way to Segovia
– TOLEDO. Toledo is an amazing town and a must-visit if you are interested in culture. Toledo can be reached with the high-speed train from Atocha station. The highway route takes 45 minutes. There are also a good number of daily day tours by bus. These are the 2 best options to visit Toledo with a day tour in our view:

Other interesting day tours include El Escorial monastery (a unesco heritage site) where the Spanish kings are buried. Aranjuez and its royal palace and gardens are also an interesting excursion from Madrid. Chinchon, not fat from Aranjuez, is also an interesting village worth visiting.

1 day for Segovia or 2 days to explore Avila, La Granja and Pedraza

1Things to enjoy on your way to Segovia from Madrid

1- The quickest route is taking the AP-6 and AP-61 though you will miss interesting landscapes and attractions
2- The other (recommended) route is a bit longer but you can make a stop to see the Royal Palace and gardens of La Granja (the Spanish version of Versailles) and drive through the National Park of Sierra de Guadarrama. Take the AP-6 to the M-601 at Collado Villalba (Exit 39). (More turns on this road. Not recommended for people who get car sick.)


Before stopping in Segovia, we recommend you take the panoramic route around the city. Take the street called Paseo Conde de Sepúlveda and continue on this road for spectacular views of the Cathedral, the Alcázar and the Roman aqueduct. We recommend this post with more information.

You can park on Av. la Vía Roma (paid public parking) near the aqueduct or walk from your hotel. The typical walking route starts from the aqueduct to the Plaza Mayor and the Alcázar. The tourist information office is next to the aqueduct.

1 day or 2 in case you are a wine lover

1Things to enjoy on your way to Ribera del Duero from Segovia

Take the A-601 to Cuéllar and exit onto the SG-223 direction Peñafiel. Cuellar has an interesting castle. You may want to consider visiting Valladolid (capital of the region of Castilla Leon)


-Castillo de Peñafiel. The castle holds a museum dedicated to wine. It opens from 16:00 till 20:00.

-Plaza Viejo Coso. A good example of a Castilian square. Pay attention to the small doors. This square is used today still as a bull fighting ring.

– Near Peñafiel you have the Monastery of Valbuena. It is said that is the first place in Ribera del Duero area producing wine. Nowadays it is a hotel, but you have the possibility to visit the exhibition «Las Edades del Hombre»

– Ribera del Duero Golden Mile is part of the road from Peñafiel to Valladolid where we find the most famous wineries in Ribera del Duero such as Vega Sicilia, Dominio de Pingus, Abadía de Retuerta, Aalto and Finca Villacreces.

1 or 2 days recommended

1Bilbao in a nutshell

If you arrive driving from France it makes more sense to start the itinerary in Hondarribia or in San Sebastian. Otherwise,
Bilbao has excellent connections by plane (Madrid and Barcelona have daily flights) ,ferry with the United Kingdom and is a good point of departure for our road trip into Northern Spain.

Bilbao has undergone a radical transformation in recent years and has gone from being an industrial port city to become one of the cities with the most vibrant culture and varied gastronomy in Spain.

2Top attractions in Bilbao

The famous Guggenheim Museum is Bilbao´s main highlight. You will find the tourism office where you can ask about the local events/activities taking place on this day. We recommend making your way to the Casco Viejo (old quarters) by taking a lovely walk along the river.
In front of the Museum, you will find Puppy (Jeff Koons), or Mother (a huge spider sculpture); both are children´s favorites.

Teatro Arriaga. Oldest theatre in town, still operating. Interesting neo-baroque style.

Ensanche . An old town called Abando, it became part of Bilbao in 1870. The Ensanche is the Business center and dynamic area of Bilbao. Its main boulevard is Gran Via.

Market La Ribera . An exciting and massive local market. Art deco style

Museo de Bellas Artes ; essential collection from artists like Goya, El Greco, Francis Bacon, Gaugin, Chillida…

Funicular to Mount Artxanda. The funicular from 1912 is not only a fantastic architectural example but also allows you to enjoy incredible views of Bilbao.

You can find more information on this post wit the best things to do in Bilbao in 1 day

3Best things to do near Bilbao

Getxo. An upmarket destination famous for its architecture (with a clear British influence) and summer houses. Its famous bridge over the Nervion River connects with Portugalete, a working-class town that grew to provide services to the harbor. see map

San Juan de Gaztelugatxe. Just a 40-minute drive from Bilbao, you will find San Juan de Gaztelugatxe. A fantastic church on top of a small island with breathtaking views. Bear in mind that you will need approx. 3 hours to walk to the church and return to the parking lot. Another option is to enjoy one of the boat excursions that depart from Bermeo

4Casual dining: Our favorite tapas bars and tapas restaurants

Rio-Oja Restaurant (Located on Txacur Kalea. You can enjoy a sit-down meal while enjoying authentic local food. They specialize in “cazuelas”.)
Gure Toki (One of our favorite bars in Plaza Nueva.)
Taberna Basaras (Located on Calle Pelota. A classic in Bilbao.)
Bar Santa María (Located on Calle Santa María.)

If you enjoy ice-cream and would like to end your tapas night with one we strongly recommend a visit to Heladería Adelia Ivañez (Posta Kalea). You will be able to taste Spanish turron (the typical dessert at Christmas time). This is in our view Bilbao´s best ice cream maker.

5Fine dining

Asador Ibañez A family owned restaurant, Ibañez is a great option if you want to enjoy high quality gastronomy based on the excellent quality of its meats, fish…
Sidreria La Gabarra: Sidrerias are very popular in the Basque country. Simple menus, very friendly atmosphere. Our favorite one is this one located on the other side of the river and 15 minutes walk from the Guggenheim. This is a very popular restaurant among locals. We recommend to try «Menu sidreria» If you prefer to stay in the «Casco viejo» and try a Sidreria, Arriaga is could be an option for you.
Despensa de Etxanobe. This is the bistro style concept, yet with prices close to 100€, of Michelin starred Etxanobe. Excellent quality and for many a better option than more expensive Michelin star alternative.
MinaNext to the Guggenheim museum and a very convenient option if you plan to visit the museum, Mina takes pride in its commitment with sustainability and the use of local seasonal products. Only tasting menus are served.

1 day recommended, 2 or 3 in case you are a foodie

1San Sebastian in a nutshell

San Sebastian began its tourism in the 19th century when Queen Isabella II. She chose the city as a holiday resort making it fashionable for other aristocrats in the same way as other important cities in France like Biarritz.
San Sebastian is one of the most elegant and beautiful cities of Spain. La Playa de la Concha is the heart of this city and the gastronomic capital of Spain. The Old Town (Parte Vieja) is well known for having the highest concentration of bars in the world. These bars offer a great variety of local pintxos (Basque tapas)

2Top attractions in San Sebastian

La Concha La Concha is the central axis of San Sebastian and the reason why the city exists. Every tourist or resident walk it each day from one side of the city to the other. It has been considered by several publications as the most beautiful urban beach in Europe.
Basilica of Santa María del Coro: its location in the old part of San Sebastian and with mount Urgull behind it make of this baroque style church a top highlight in San sebastian.
Mercado de la Brecha San Sebastian is an important gastronomy tourism destination and a visit to its oldest market is a must to get a good glimpse at top local quality products: local cheeses, sausages and meats … time for pintxos after this!
Plaza de la Constitucion This square used to be a bullfighting ring and it is used still today for many local festivals.
You can find more interesting things to do in this post with ideas and best things to do in San Sebastian in 1 or 2 days

3Best things to do near San Sebastian

Getaria (25km east of San Sebastian) is a beautiful village in the spanish Basque Country. It is famous for the quality of its gastronomy, which uses the grill for both meat and fish. More information on Getaria on this post with the best things to do in Getaria in 1 day

Zumaia (7 kms east of Getaria) Zumaia offers one of the most interesting landscapes in the Basque country: ths Flisch . A 15 minutes walk with spectacular cliffs and shapes. IN Zumaia itself the Parroquia de San Pedro, a gothic, fortress type of church is very interesting.

4Our favorite pintxos bats

You will find hundreds of options to enjoy pintxos in San Sebastian. Many of them are crowded, and despite it may not be very convenient it indicates you will find something tasty inside…

La Mejillonera – a Very typical bar that serves, as its name indicates, mussels. They are prepared in many different ways.
A Fuego Negro –more avant-garde than traditional pintxos
Néstor – Its specialty pintxo is the tortilla. You should arrive before lunch or dinner to try it or otherwise, it will be gone
La Cuchara de San Telmo – One of our favorites, great pintxos
Gambara – If you enjoy mushrooms this is your place. Great selection of wines too.
La Viña – Their cheesecake is their main highlight. It is very tasty but too many people have found out…

5Fine dining

San Sebastian holds more Michelin starred restaurants than any other city in the world. Expensive tasting menus… but sometimes a life time experience.
Nineu. Located at the beautiful Kursal building, Nineu is not a Michelin starred restaurant and your wallet will not get empty here. You can, however, enjoy high-quality gastronomy in a chic atmosphere.
Restaurante Kokotxa – Fantastic tasting menus and top quality since it got its 1st star in 2007.
Mirador de Ulía –innovative cuisine with a nod to its Basque roots. Its terrace offers a great atmosphere, especially during summer.
Arzak – A legend and the name behind a real revolution in Basque gastronomy
Akelarre –3 stars like Arzak. Located just 10 minutes from the center and with amazing views

2 days. 3 days if you are a wine lover

1Things to enjoy on your way to Rioja from Ribera del Duero

We recommend taking N-122 direction Aranda de Duero. In Aranda, take AP-1 towards Burgos. From Burgos, AP-1 direction Vitoria and exit in Pancorbo. Continue to Haro.

We recommend making a few interesting stops on your way to Rioja (if there is only time for one we would recommend Burgos)
1- Aranda de Duero: interesting Plaza Mayor and CIAVIN Wine Museum in caves. You can get a coffee at Asador de Isilla and descend to its mediaval cave (free of charge)
2- Lerma: enjoy a coffee break at the Parador de Lerma in the Plaza Mayor
3- Burgos: recommended lunch at Restaurante Maridaje´s (Calle de San Cosme, 22, Burgos), Catedral de Burgos (one of Spain´s most impressive cathedrals) , and Museum of Human Evolution


Logroño, the capital of the region of Rioja in Spain, has in gastronomy its most important touristic appeal. Restaurants, bars and bistros get together in this city that holds wine tradition and wine business deep in its soul. Logroño is mainly famous for Calle Laurel, the center of bar hopping and tapas eating in Rioja. You will be able to enjoy many different bars that specialize in local small dishes. Wine from Rioja is served everywhere, normally in its «young» version. If you ask for Crianza you will be understood and you will be served Riojan reds aged in an oak barrel.


Laguardia is a walled town. The Wall was erected by the order of Sancho, an important monarch from Navarre. Laguardia retains its old enclosure, the walls and doors for access to the town. Its location on a high, facing the Sierra de Cantabria, offers extraordinary views of the colors of the Rioja area.

Visit the Plaza Mayor or main square of Laguardia. Once every hour (minutes before the hour), you can see three Basque figurines dancing to a traditional song in the Pendulum Clock of one of the buildings. We recommend walking around the beautiful town of Laguardia. You can enjoy a walk in Paseo del Collado.

If you have time to spare during your time in Rioja, you can enjoy the best views of vineyards with stops in Elciego, San Vicente de la Sonsierra (spectacular views of Rioja from the castle), and Labastida.


Haro is well-known due to the Barrio de la Estación, a district in the town in which prestigious wineries concentrate. Barrio de la Estacion and its wineries is the main highlight in Haro and you should at least enjoy a guided visit and taste at one or more of the wine bars in the area. This is the area in Rioja with more wineries per square meter. You can enjoy wine tasting by the glass at Muga, Lopez Heredia, or Roda winery.

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