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Spain and Portugal Itinerary, 14 days: A Bucket List Itinerary for Spain and Portugal

Are you thinking of planning a trip to Spain and Portugal, but not quite sure where to start? Both countries have so much to offer. This 2-week itinerary for Spain and Portugal covers some of the best things to see in both countries.

So what can you expect in this two weeks Spain and Portugal itinerary? 14 days of cultural immersion, the two capitals; Madrid and Lisbon, fairy tale castles in Sinatra, the UNESCO heritage sites of Cordoba and the awe-inspiring Alhambra and a whole lot more.

This article offers the best Spain and Portugal itinerary in just two weeks, I’ve also included some great travel tips on how to make the most out of each destination in this guide.

This Portugal and Spain trip does involve a full schedule and although doable, if you have a longer time scale, or prefer a slower style of travel, then extend this itinerary to suit.

This two weeks in Spain and Portugal itinerary has been based on public transport to get around – trains, flights and the occasional bus (I have included information on how to do this in each section).

Alternatively, you could opt to do this route as a road trip – however, I suggest extending this Spain and Portugal in 2 weeks itinerary into a month-long trip due to the distances travelled. There is a FAQ section at the end of the article that answers lots of questions.

Image of Parc Guel by Gaudi showing a green tiled wall overlooking an open area filled with people. On etither side of the open area are two of Gaudi's houses. The sky is blue and in the background is a city scape of Barcelona - Barcelona is a must visit on any itienrary for Spain and Portugal
Parc Güel, Barcelona | Canva

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Spain and Portugal Itinerary: 14 days at a glance

If you’re in a rush and don’t want to read the full itinerary for Spain and Portugal, here’s a quick overview of what’s included. This 14 days Spain and Portugal trip starts in Barcelona, Spain and finishes in Porto, Portugal. However, there’s no reason why you can’t do it in reverse.

You can download this free quick reference guide, checklist and map of this Spain and Portugal 2 weeks itinerary straight to your inbox by clicking here.

I’m not gonna lie, this 2 weeks Spain and Portugal article is looonng. So, I suggest you go grab a coffee, beer or glass of wine or whatever else before you get into the nitty-gritty of this bucket list itinerary for Spain and Portugal. Ready? Let’s go!


The Complete Itinerary for Spain and Portugal

This Portugal and Spain itinerary covers some of the best cities, sites and monuments in a fast-paced 2-week plan. This map will give you some bearings of what’s covered in this trip.

If you want to download and keep this map for future reference, along with a checklist of the cities and attractions covered in this 14 day itinerary Spain and Portugal guide, plus a ton of useful information, then click here and have it sent straight to your inbox.

Spain and Portugal Itinerary Map

This map shows all the cities you’ll be visiting on this itinerary. This best of Spain and Portugal article is written based on using public transport and includes all the information you’ll need for getting between the cities.

If you prefer to do this as a self-drive trip, I suggest taking longer than 14 days. Use this as the basis for your Spain and Portugal road trip map and plan additional stops along the way.

A map showing all the citys that feature in this article about an itinerary for Spain and Portugal in 14 days
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best 2 week itinerary for Spain and Portugal

So, are you sitting comfortably, and have a drink in hand? Great, let’s delve into this two weeks in Portugal and Spain itinerary.

  • Day 1 & 2 – Barcelona, Spain
  • Day 3 & 4 – Madrid, Spain
  • Day 5 & 6 – Granada, Spain
  • Day 7 – Cordoba, Spain
  • Day 8 & 9 – Seville, Spain
  • Day 10 – 12 – Lisbon, Portugal
  • Day 11 – Day trip to Sintra from Lisbon
  • Day 13 & 14 – Porto, Portugal

If you have longer to do this Spain Portugal travel itinerary, then why not tag on a trip to Morocco aswell? From Seville, you can fly to Morocco in less than an hour, or if you’re driving, catch the ferry over from Algeciras on Spains south coast, and arrive in Tangier in the north of Morocco.

Day 1 & 2: Barcelona

Your 2 weeks in Spain and Portugal itinerary starts in the beautiful city of Barcelona. Home to some of the most beautiful architecture in Europe, including Antoni Gaudi’s imposing La Sagrada Familia. Allow two days in the city of Barcelona, this will give you enough time to see the highlights and get a feel for one of Spain’s most cosmopolitan cities.

Spend the first day visiting some of the iconic Gaudi buildings, including Casa Milà, Casa Batlló and of course Park Güell, all three of these get extremely busy, so start early in the day to avoid crowds and book tickets in advance to skip the queue.

Naturally, you’ll also want to see La Sagrada Familia. Book your skip-the-line ticket for La Sagrada Familia ticket first, and then, plan your two days around this.

Allow a good portion of time (3 hours or more) to explore the unfinished cathedral. One thing you’ll notice about all of Gaudi’s architecture is the attention to detail, each building is so ornately and intricately designed.

Image of La Sagrada Fimilia, the famous cathedral in Barcelona by Antoni Gaudi. Theimage shoes the cathedral against a blue sky with a park in the forground. This landmarks features in one of the top things to see during a Spain and Portugal 14 day itinerary.
Spain and Portugal itinerary 14 days: Visit La Sagrada Familia, Barcelona | Canva

Other places in Barcelona to explore include La Ramblas, which is a tree-lined 1.2km long pedestrian street in the heart of the city and The Gothic Quarter.

For delicious food, head to Mercado de La Boqueria. If you have time and energy, then the fountains at Montjuïc hill are also worth a visit. If you’re after a more relaxed affair, then you can head to one of the beaches.

Top things to do in Barcelona

  • Peruse the beautiful Gaudi architecture; Casa Milà, Casa Batlló and Park Güell)
  • Marvel at the magnificent La Sagrada Familia
  • Wander along La Ramblas in the heart of the city
  • Try delicious local cuisine at Mercado de La Boqueria
  • Explore the Gothic Quarter
  • Enjoy the lively nightlife (head towards El Raval and El Born)

Tips on Visiting La Sagrada Familia

Building work on the unfinished basilica started in 1882, today you’ll still find it clad in scaffolding, but it’s still not complete. The UNESCO World Heritage site was designed by the Catalan architect Antoni Gaudí and consists of both architectural and engineering feats, many of which were pioneering at the time.

Every feature of the grand building is heavily decorated in a mixture of Gothic and Art Nouveau styles, with an abundance of hidden and subliminal messages concealed in the detailing.

As soon as you know the dates for your 14 days in Spain and Portugal itinerary, I suggest booking your tickets for the Sagrada Familia – they do sell out! If you can, book a tour that lets you visit the roof, like this Sagrada Familia Tour with Tower Access!

Gaudi died in 1926, at the time, only about a quarter of the construction was complete. Antoni Gaudi is buried in the crypt in the basilica. One interesting fact about the building, it’s entirely funded by private donations!

La Sagrada Familia is Barcelona’s most popular attraction, so it does get very busy. It’s best to arrive early, firstly, you’ll probably want to spend a lot of time scanning every surface for the tiniest of hidden details, and of course, being the city’s most popular attractions, you’ll also encounter hundreds of other tourists.

Getting to Barcelona from Barcelona Airport

Your Spain and Portugal trip starts in the fabulous city of Barcelona, so you’ve arrived, but now what? To get from Barcelona Airport to the city centre, you could pre-arrange a taxi which will drop you straight at your hotel. This is the easiest option, although the most expensive.

Spain offers a good train service; the national provider is RENFE. There is a regular service running to and from Barcelona Airport to the city centre. The frequent service runs approximately every 30 minutes, with the journey also taking a similar time. It stops at the main train station in Barcelona, Barcelona Sants (Sants Estació).

Another way to get from Barcelona Airport to the city centre is via the Aerobus which is a shuttle bus service running between the airport and downtown. Although several buses are servicing this route, the Aerobús A1 and Aerobús A2 are the quickest and most regular.

Where to stay in Barcelona

Luxury Accommodation – 5* Monument Hotel, Barcelona

  • Swimming Pool
  • Central Location
  • Sauna & Fitness Room
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Comfort Accommodation – 4* Uma Suites Pau Claris, Barcelona

  • Wifi in all rooms
  • Breakfast available
  • Central location
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Budget Accommodation – Barcelona Pere Tarres Alberg

  • Wifi in all rooms
  • Shared kitchen
  • Dorm & Private Rooms
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Day 3 & 4: Madrid

The next destination on this Spain and Portugal two week itinerary is the Spanish capital of Madrid. The vibrant city of Madrid boasts some of the finest museums in the country, as well as beautiful architecture and cool hipster districts.

To make the most of the city, you’ll be spending 2 days in Madrid. This will give you ample time to explore some of the most notable museums in Spain, including the iconic and world-renowned Museo Nacional del Prado and Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía.

The city is expansive, and one of the most efficient ways to orientate yourself is via a guided city tour. They will go past some of Madrid’s top landmarks including Puerta del Sol. This is the heart of the city, known as Point 0, you’ll find a plaque on the ground to show you the exact position, look up, and you’ll see the iconic Tio Pepe sign.

The fascade of the Palacio Real de Madrid in Spain, the clouds are purple and orange at sunset. The courtyard infront of the palace is open and there are no peple around. There are a few small green treees in the forground. This is a must visit if you're planning a Madrid 2 days itinerary or if yo're planning 2 weeks in Spain and Portugal
Palacio Real de Madrid (Royal Palace of Madrid) | Canva

Other landmarks in Madrid worth visiting are Gran Via. To get here from Puerta del Sol, head along Calle de la Monterra, which will lead you out onto Gran Via, from here, if you head towards Callao Metro Station and look upwards, you’ll see another iconic landmark in Madrid, the Schweppes Building.

Another place worth spending some time at is Plaza Major which dates back to the late 1500s, this major public square in old Madrid was once home to Madrid’s main market. Today, if you’re after outstanding local cuisine check out San Fernando in Lavapiés or the hipster and upmarket one in San Miguel.

When you’re done exploring the city, then head to Parque El Retiro which is the biggest park in Madrid.

Plaza Major in Madrid, Spain. A big open plaza with a stature in the centre. The statue is of a hourse and a knight and is on a plinth, there is a small gate around it. In the background you can see buldings that surround the Plaza. They are red and pale orange. Some of the buildings have spires. There is a small archway that's on the bottom level of the buildings leading around the plaza. Be sure to visit Plaza major on your Madrid 2 day Itinerary or as part of your Portugal and Spain 14 days itinerary
Plaza Major, Madrid | Canva

One of the most opulent buildings in Madrid is the Palacio Real de Madrid (Royal Palace of Madrid) which is the official residence of the Spanish Royal family. It dates back to the 1700s, and if you’re into over-the-top grandeur, then it’s certainly worth a tour inside.

Opposite the Royal Palace, you’ll find the Almudena Cathedral (Santa Maria la Real de La Almudena). Construction on this building started in 1879, although it wasn’t finished until 1993! Check out the interior for the vibrant paintwork.

Top things to do in Madrid

  • Visit the nation’s top museums: Museo Nacional del Prado and Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía.
  • Stand at ‘Point 0’ the official centre of Spain in Puerta del Sol
  • Indulge in Gran Via, and the historical centre of Plaza Major
  • Try delicious local cuisine at Mercado de San Fernando and San Miguel.
  • Relax and wander in the expansive Parque El Retiro
  • Discover the lavish Palacio Real de Madrid

Tips On Visiting The Prado and Reina Sofía

If you’re wanting to explore some of the best artworks in Europe, then these two galleries are a MUST when you visit Madrid. Like with all the top attractions, they do attract crowds. The best way to avoid them and make the most out of your precious time in Madrid is to book your tickets in advance.

Skip the Line Ticket: Prado Museum, Madrid

Skip the Line Ticket: Reina Sofia Museum

Madrid Time-Saving Tip

Madrid is a huge city, and although it’s well connected by an extensive Metro network, it can be confusing navigating your way around, especially if you don’t know exactly which line and station you need.

If you’re not keen on walking, but want to see as much of the city as possible, then the Madrid hop-on-hop-off bus is a great way to do it. If your time is limited, this is the most efficient way to see everything.

Getting to Madrid from Barcelona

You started your Spain Portugal 2 week itinerary in Barcelona, which is a whopping 500km away. The most efficient way of getting from Barcelona to Madrid is by plane or train…forget the bus, unless you’re not limited by time – it takes more than 7 hours!

If you opt to travel by train between Barcelona and Madrid it will take about 2 hours 40 minutes. There are several departure times per day, with trains departing from Barcelona Sants and arriving in Madrid Atocha.

Book your Madrid to Barcelona train ticket well in advance, and you can bag some bargain prices. Because this Spain and Portugal 14 day itinerary is pretty packed, then I’d personally opt to use the train, as it’s the most efficient way to travel between Barcelona and Madrid.

Alternatively, you could fly. The actual flight is only around 1 hour 15 minutes, but after you consider the time taken to get from both of the city centres out to the airports and then the pre-flight time you need to be at the airport for, you won’t save any time compared with going via train. You can check out train prices here if you do want to travel by plane.

Where to stay in Madrid

Luxury Accommodation – 5* Gran Hotel Ingles, Madrid

  • 24-Hour Front Desk
  • Central Location
  • Spa & Fitness Centre
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Comfort Accommodation – Hostal Central Palace, Madrid

  • Wifi in all rooms
  • 24-Hour Front Desk
  • Central location
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Budget Accommodation – Ok Hostel, Madrid

  • Central location
  • Wifi in all rooms
  • On-Site Bar
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Day 5 & 6: Granada

Your Spain Portugal 2 weeks itinerary continues in the enchanting city of Granada. Granada is home to one of the most stunning landmarks in Spain, the UNESCO Heritage Site and the Moorish complex of the Alhambra. Allow two days in this city to fully explore everything at a comfortable pace.

The city is a buzzing hub of students (there is a major university here) as well as international tourists. The city itself is worth exploring, in particular, if you’re looking for souvenirs, then head to the Alcaiceria Bazar.

If you’re after a bit of pampering after all the exploring, then you’ll love the spa treatments at the Arab Baths. Another great place to discover is the autonomous district of Albaicín and meander through the ancient, narrow cobbled streets and up to some of the Miradors.

Image of the Alhambra in Granada. This is a light stone bilding made up of castle walls, towers and large block shaped buildings. It sits on top of a hill surrounded by green trees. In the background you can see the Sierra Nevada mountain range. The sky is a a purply gray colour.  A visit is a must during your Spain and Portugal Itinerary 2 weeks
One of my favourite places on this 2 week itinerary Spain and Portugal – The Alhambra | Canva

Top things to do in Granada

  • Explore the Alhambra complex (allow at least one full day)
  • Watch sunset or sunrise from one of the Miradors (Mirador San Nicolas, San Miguel, San Cristobal)
  • Wander the pretty cobbled streets of the autonomous district of Albaicín
  • Shop in the old Alcaiceria Bazaar
  • Visit the Granada Cathedral
  • Enjoy a traditional spa treatment at the Arab Baths: Hammam Al Ándalus

Tips on Visiting the Alhambra

When you’re planning your Spain and Portugal trip itinerary, as soon as you know the dates, book your entrance ticket for the Alhambra. There is a limit on how many people can enter, although you can buy your ticket at the ticket office, at peak times, entry slots sell out.

The ticket will give you entrance to a whole load of surrounding parts of the complex, where you can enter at a time of your choice, as long as you have a valid ticket. For the Nasrid Palace, you’ll be given a time-allocated slot.

To get to the Alhambra complex from Granada centre, you essentially have two options: walk or shuttle bus. To walk, it’s a steep incline, from the town centre, head towards the pretty road of Carrera del Darro, follow the signpost, cross the river and head up through the steep cobbled steps and slope.

From the bottom, it will take about half an hour. Alternatively, there is a regular shuttle bus from the town centre which makes the looped journey up to the complex.

It’s best to arrive early at the Alhambra complex, firstly, there is a lot to explore, and secondly, this is one of the most popular attractions in Spain, so tourists will be here in their coach loads.

Inside the complex, amongst other things, be sure to visit Generalife, Nasrid Palaces (where you’ll find the stunning Patio de Los Leones), Palace of Charles V.

A view inide one of the Nazrid palaces at the Alhambra in Granada. You can see pillars and arches in the forground and light coloured buildings in thebackground. The pillars and arches are covered in intricate Moorish style plaster work - make sure you visit Granada during your 14 day Spain and Portugal itiinerary
Alhambra, Granada | Canva

Getting to Granada from Madrid

The best way to get from Madrid to Granada, using public transport is by train. It takes about 3.5 hours for the direct train, with up to three services a day – one early in the morning, one in the early afternoon, and one in the early evening. Trains depart from Madrid Atocha and arrive at Granada Train Station.

Book your Madrd to Granada train tickets in advance to get the best prices.

If you’re on a budget for this Portugal and Spain 2 week itinerary, or simply travelling at a slower pace, then you could opt for the bus. However, the downside is that the bus journey takes more than 4.5 hours. It departs from Madrid Estacion Sur and arrives at Granada Bus Station. There are frequent services, throughout the day, some are direct, and others have a change.

Where to stay in Granada

Luxury Accommodation – 5* Haxaris Casa Boutique, Granada

  • Entire Apartment
  • 5* Rating
  • Central Location
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Comfort Accommodation – Apartmentos Campo del Principe, Granada

  • Entire Apartment
  • Contactless Check In
  • Central location
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Budget Accommodation – TOC Hostel, Granada

  • Wifi in all rooms
  • 24 Hour Check In
  • Central location
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Day 7 – Cordoba

Your 2 weeks in Spain and Portugal tour continues in the ancient city of Cordoba. The city is blessed with an abundance of historical sites including a UNESCO-listed historical centre, the beautiful Alcazar and the piste de resistance; the jaw-droppingly stunning Mosque-Cathedral of Cordoba.

The region of Andalucía is blessed with numerous historical towns which feature remnants from the Mudéjar period. If you loved the Moorish influence of the Alhambra, then you will certainly enjoy what Cordoba has to offer.

Although you could easily spend more than a day in Cordoba, if you plan carefully, you will be able to see the highlights of this city in just 24 hours.

Inside the Mosque Cathedral in Cordoba, Spain. A room filled with pillars - the pillars are grey marble. The roof is covered in arches that stretch between the pillars. The arches are made of red and cream cooured stone, each block of colour alternates. Be sure to visit the Mezquita if you have one day in Cordoba, or as part of your 14 day Spain and Portugal itinerary
Inside Cordoba’s Mosque-Cathedral | Canva

To get the most out of your day here, start with Cordoba’s Mosque-Cathedral. Book skip-the-line tickets for the Cordoba Mosque-Cathedral in advance, it gets busy!

Wander in through the Patio de Los Naranjos, which is one of the oldest parts of the building, and also the main entrance to the Mosque-Cathedral. Allow a couple of hours here to take in the beauty of everything.

The interior is filled with columned archways which feature the characteristic red and cream-coloured blocks. These features date back to when the building was a Mosque. In the centre, you’ll find architecture more in line with Christian design, in the centre of the Mosque-Cathedral is a high ceiling, extravagantly decorated and going up into a great spire.

One of the doors to the Mezquita, in Cordoba. A carved wooden door with arabic styling - some pars are painted and other parts are carved in plaster or wood. It's very intricaete and made up of geometric shapes, flowers, and patterns. Visit the Mosque-Cathedral of Cordoba day trip from Seville or as part of a 2 weeks Portugsl and Spain itiernary.
The door to the Mosque-Cathedral | Canva
The Roman Bridge in Cordoba. It's a wide stone bridge with multiple arches. Each pillar sits in the river and has an additional small tower next to it to support it. It's dusk to the bridge is illuminated. In the background is the Mosque Catheral of Cordoba - add this to you Cordoba Itinerary and you Spain Portugal Roadtrip
The Roman Bridge and City of Cordoba | Canva

After you’ve visited the Mosque-Cathedral, take some time to explore the historical centre and the Jewish Quarter. You could whittle away hours exploring the quaint cobblestoned alleyways and courtyards.

Often the courtyards are adorned with colourful flowers in brightly painted pots. If you’re visiting Cordoba in May, then your visit will coincide with the Los Patios festival where every courtyard, alleyway, and square is heavily decorated in flowers. Walk over the Roman Bridge of Cordoba where you can take a fantastic panoramic photo of the city.

There are numerous things to do in Cordoba, and if you have longer to complete your Spain and Portugal travel itinerary, then allow at least two days here to do it justice.

Another not-to-miss landmark is the Alcazar de Los Reyes Cristianos. Historically, this building has served both as a fortress and a palace. A few highlights to look out for here are the Hall of the Mosaics, the Arab baths and the Mudejar courtyards.

Top things to do in Cordoba

  • Visit the UNESCO Heritage-listed Cordoba’s Mosque-Cathedral and Patio de Los Naranjos
  • Lose yourself in the Historical Centre and Jewish Quarter.
  • Explore the colourful flower-laden patios and alleyways (especially during the Los Patios festival in May)
  • Discover the Alcazar de los Reyes Cristianos
  • Walk over the Roman bridge of Córdoba for stunning city views

Tips on Visiting the Mosque-Cathedral of Cordoba

Before you set off on your 2 week Spain and Portugal itinerary, book your tickets for the Mosque-Cathedral (or the Mezquita Cathedral de Cordoba) in advance. Like Alhambra, this landmark pulls in thousands of tourists every year.

Arrive early to dodge the crowds. You can enter the building with or without a guide, and photos are allowed inside. However, because this is an active place of worship, check the opening times beforehand.

Inside the Mosque-Cathedral, signage is limited, so if you’re interested in hearing the history of this fascinating building, then book a private guided tour, there are guides at the entrance or if you’re on a budget, then use the audio-guided tour of the Mosque-Cathedral instead.

You can of course just wander freely around the 856 columned arches. Two highlights once inside are the Capilla Mayor with its gigantic central dome and the intricate Marsura Dome.

Getting to Cordoba from Granada

You can travel from Granada to Cordoba by train or bus, the cities are very well connected, this is also one of the shorter legs on this 2 weeks Portugal and Spain trip.

By train, it takes about 1 hour 30 minutes, and by bus about 2hour 30minutes. If you book tickets in advance, there isn’t much price difference between the two.

The direct train departs several times a day from Granada station and arrives at Cordoba Central. There are fewer options for the bus, however, there are still quite a few departures per day. The bus route departs from Granada Bus Station and arrives at Cordoba Bus Station.

Where to stay in Cordoba

Luxury Accommodation – 5* Eurostars Palace Hotel, Cordoba

  • Breakfast Available
  • Central Location
  • Swimming Pool & Spa
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Comfort Accommodation – El Manantial B&B, Cordoba

  • Swimming Pool
  • Breakfast Available
  • Central location
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Budget Accommodation – Patio de la Plateria, Cordoba

  • Wifi in all rooms
  • Contactless Check In
  • Central location
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Day 8 & 9 – Seville

From Cordoba, your 14 day Spain and Portugal itinerary continues towards the capital of Andalucía, the majestic city of Seville. This city is bursting to the seams with beautiful architecture, and stunning landmarks, including an abundance of UNESCO Heritage sites and of course the home of flamenco.

Although I have marked two days here, if you have the option to plan a longer Portugal Spain itinerary, then I’d definitely recommend spending at least three days in Seville to absorb everything.

Start by exploring the historical centre, which includes the area called Barrio Santa Cruz; the old Jewish District. Also, plan to visit the Cathedral de Seville and the Real Alcazar de Seville.

All three places have UNESCO status and are close to each other. This Seville Bucket List tells you all the best places to see in the city. I recommend booking tickets in advance for both the Cathedral and the Alcazar and using any time between to explore the Barrio.

Seville has deep roots in its folklore, which heavily influences its music and dance. It would be sacrilege to not take the opportunity to watch a Flamenco show in its birthplace in the evening.

The laza de Espana in Seville. It's a large crecent shaped plaza with a small moat running parallel to it. Around hte edge is a large building. The building in decorative and covered with arches , woers and alcoves. There are bridges crossing the moat. The bridges and building are covered with colourful tiles. Visit as part of your two weeks in Spain and Portugal
Plaza de Espana, Seville | Canva

On your second day, explore some of the city’s other outstanding attractions, starting at the gargantuan Plaza de España. If you type in Seville landmarks into a Google search, I 100% guarantee this will come up – it’s synonymous with the city. It was built in 1929 as part of an Expo, it’s free to enter and features a mix of styles.

The semi-circular building plays host to decorative tile work, depicting all the districts in Spain. If you love the tile work in Seville, then add in a trip to Triana, across the river, to see the factory whey they were traditionally made.

Next to Plaza de España, you’ll find Parque de Maria Luisa, which is a great place to head to for shade. If you have time then explore some of the photogenic old houses dotted around the city; La Casa de Pilatos is a good option.

In the evening, go up the Metropol Parasol which is affectionately known as Las Setas, or the Mushrooms in English. Here you’ll find fabulous sunset views over the city. This enormous organically shaped wooden structure is a very much love-it-or-hate-it landmark in Seville, it features a snakelike walkway at the top with various viewing platforms over the city.

Top things to do in Seville

  • Spend time exploring the UNESCO Heritage landmarks: Cathedral de Seville and Real Alcazar de Seville.
  • Get lost in the pretty narrow streets of Barrio Santa Cruz
  • Marvel at the expansive Plaza de España
  • Relax in Parque de Maria Luisa
  •  Soak up the local culture and watch a Flamenco show
  • Swoon at the beautiful houses of La Casa de Pilatos
  • Take panoramic sunset shots at The Metropol Parasol

Tips for Visiting the Cathedral and Real Alcazar

Like with most of the major attractions I’ve mentioned so far, I’d recommend booking tickets in advance for Seville Cathedral and Alcazar. Preferably, before you start your southern Spain and Portugal itinerary. The Alcazar has a limit of around 750 visitors a day, so at peak season, these do sell out.

There are various skip-the-line tickets for the Real Alcazar. Booking in advance is advisable as the queues can get very long, especially during peak season. I advise doing the Alcazar first, and as early in the day as possible.

Inside the Alcazar, some of the must-see places are the Salón de Embajadores (Ambassador’s Hall), and the Patio de las Donacellas (The Courtyard of the Maidens).

The top things to see at Seville Cathedral are the tomb of Christopher Colombus, as well as to climb the mighty tower of the Giralda. This part of the building dates back to the reign of the Moors.

Hint: If you love ornate cathedrals, like the one in Seville, and you’re visiting Spain for an extended amount of time, then check out the equally stunning cathedral facade of San Sebastian in the Basque country.

Book Priority Pass Tickets: Seville Cathedral & Giralda and Seville Alcazar

Real Alcazar in Seville, the Royal Palace. Theimage shows a central courtyard with a rectangular pond in the middle. The floos is red tilled, It's surrounded by Moorish archtecture made up of decorative arched buildings with coloumns and intricate pattern.
Real Alcazar, Seville | Canva
A rooftop view of The Seville Cathedral taken from a tower known as the Girlada. It looks down on the buttresses and domes roofs as well as a small orangery courtyard. Check out this list of incredible landmarks in Spain, how many will you be including on your Spanish Bucket List? Includes a FREE downloadble checklist
View from the Giralda, Seville | Canva

Getting to Seville from Cordoba

Seville is well connected to Cordoba, so there are plenty of options for train and bus travel, both options are quick. By train, it is under an hour, and by bus just under two hours. If you book train tickets in advance, the tickets are also very cheap.

There are direct trains and buses several times a day. The train departs from Cordoba Central and arrives at Santa Justa Train Station in Seville, Santa Justa is a little way out from the historical centre, so get a taxi from here.

The bus leaves from Cordoba bus station and arrives at Plaza de Armas Bus Station in Seville, the bus station in Seville is within walking distance of most of the attractions.

Where to stay in Seville

Luxury Accommodation – 5* Hotel Alfonso XIII, Luxury Collection Hotel, Seville

  • Rooftop Pool
  • Central Location
  • Breakfast Available
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Comfort Accommodation – Monsalves 39, Seville

  • Entire Apartment
  • Terrace
  • Central location
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Budget Accommodation – For You Hostel Sevilla

  • Wifi in all rooms
  • Bicycle Hire
  • Central location
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Day 10, 11 & 12 – Lisbon

Your itinerary for Portugal and Spain continues today, in Lisbon. You’ve finally made it to the Portugal leg of the journey, where you start in the nation’s capital. Lisbon is a cosmopolitan city with an abundance of history, adorable barrios and delicious food.

In this Spain Portugal two week itinerary, I’ve allowed three days in Lisbon, although at a push, you could see the best parts of Lisbon in 2 days, however, one of these days will be for a day trip out to nearby Sintra  – see Day 11 – the next section for more information on this.

Sintra is where you’ll find some of the most beautiful castles in the whole of Europe, and one of the top sights in Portugal. Days 10 and 12 will be spent in Lisbon city, two days will allow you to see all the highlights and not feel too rushed.

Start the first day in the Praça do Comercio (Commerce Square), this is one of Lisbon’s most recognisable landmarks with one side of the large square facing out to the Targus River. This square is also where most of Lisbon walking tours start.

On the side opposite the river is the equally iconic Arco de Rue Augusta, if you’re lucky and time it right, you can photo this landmark with one of Lisbon’s signature yellow trams trundling past.

From Commerce Square, head towards Lisbon Cathedral and up through the oldest part of the city; Alfama. You will want to spend a decent amount of time getting lost in these streets which ooze with history. Make your way up the hill, and eventually, you’ll come out to São Jorge Castle.

Rossio Square in Lisbon features a large open square. The pattern on the floor is made of black and white small square shaped stones. They are arranged in the smape of waves. In the centre of the square is a fountain. The fountain is blue and has multi tiers of water cascading down. Two weeks in Spain and Portugal
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On the second day, start in the centre and head towards the Santa Justa Lift, this quirky attraction carries passengers to the upper part of town. Not far from the top of the lift is the ruins of the Carmo Convent. This convent was destroyed in one of Lisbon’s darkest days, the Great Lisbon Earthquake in 1755, which killed thousands of people and destroyed the majority of the city.

Wander through the narrow cobblestone streets here and down towards the colourful Rossio Square before picking up the local train to two of Portugal’s most beautiful landmarks, the UNESCO-listed sites of Mosteiro dos Jerónimos and the Belém Tower.

Hang about Belem Tower until sunset – it looks stunning in this light and is popular at this time of day with locals and tourists.

Two other must-do things during your time in Lisbon, which you can fit in at any point is to take a ride on the iconic E28 Yellow Tramline, and eat copious amounts of a Pastel de Natas!

Top things to do in Lisbon

  • Explore the iconic landmarks of Praça do Comercio and Arco de Rue Augusta
  • Lose yourself in the pretty narrow streets of Alfama.
  • Visit the São Jorge Castle.
  • Ride the Santa Justa Lift and the E28 Yellow Tram
  • Eat copious numbers of Pastel de Natas
  • See the ruins of the Carmo Convent
  • Swoon over the UNESCO Heritage sites of Mosteiro dos Jerónimos and the Belém Tower

Tips for Visiting Lisbon’s top landmarks

Compared to some of the more compact cities I’ve listed in this 2 weeks in Portugal and Spain trip, which are easily and quickly navigated by foot, lots of the attractions in Lisbon are fairly spread out.

Also, Lisbon is a very hilly city. If you’re not keen on walking to each of the landmarks, then opt for the Lisbon hop-on-hop-off bus which will pick up and drop off at all the locations I’ve mentioned.

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The Arco de Rue in Lisbon is a large white arch in the city cetnre. It's connected to two yellow buildings and looks out onto a large courtyard. You can see a statue in the distance through the arch. Two weeks in Spain and Portugal
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Getting to Lisbon from Seville

The city of Seville is well connected to Lisbon, by bus and plane (there is no direct train route). The good news is that flights a very affordable and take just over an hour. The bus takes about 7 hours, but if you time this right, then you can catch an overnight bus from Seville and arrive in Lisbon the following morning – this will also help save on accommodation for one night.

If you choose to travel by bus, for this leg of the Portugal and Spain itinerary 14 days trip, then it departs from Seville at Plaza de Armas and arrives at Lisbon Oriente Bus Station. It’s a direct bus, so no need to get off and change, which makes it ideal if you’re on a budget as you can save money on a night’s accommodation. Bus tickets are very cheap if booked in advance.

If you’re preferred option to get from Seville to Lisbon is to fly, then there are several direct flights a day departing from Seville Airport and arriving at Lisbon Portela Airport. There are airport shuttles at both airports which make the journey to and from the city centres straightforward.

Again, as I’ve mentioned throughout this article, as soon as you know the dates you’ll be doing this 2 week itinerary Portugal and Spain trip, book flights in advance, you can land some really good prices.

Where to stay in Lisbon

Luxury Accommodation – 5* Corpo Santo Lisbon Historical Hotel

  • Central Location
  • Historical Building
  • Exceptional Rooms
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Comfort Accommodation – AlmaLusa Baixa Chiado, Lisbon

  • Central Location
  • Boutique Design
  • Breakfast Available
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Budget Accommodation – This Is Lisbon Hostel

  • Wifi in all rooms
  • Games Room
  • Central location
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Day 11 – Sintra, Lisbon

Day 11 of your 14 days in Spain and Portugal will see you heading from the mind-blowingly beautiful town of Sintra. This is an incredibly popular and easy day trip from Lisbon, the journey can be made by train, it’s only 30km away.

Just a short distance from the capital, you’ll feel like you’re a million miles away, think rolling hills covered in thick and luscious green forests, in between these are fairy-tale castles and stunning mansions which look like they’ve been plucked straight from a Disney film set. This little region is simply magical.

To get there, pick up the train at Lisbon’s Rossio Station, the journey takes about 40 minutes. Sintra Train Station is located in the town centre, and although you can walk between each of the attractions, you will lose valuable time.

Make the most of the shuttle buses here, look out for numbers 434 and 435 which make a looped circuit and drop off outside each of the attractions. If you’re after an easier way to do it, then take a look at this full day tour from Lisbon to Sintra, it includes all your transportation.

Although you could easily spend a few days in the UNESCO-listed region of Sintra, if you want to explore everything here, you’ll be able to see the highlights in a day. Be sure to start early as it does get very busy.

Start your day trip to Sintra at Palacio da Pena. Head to the main castle complex first to try to beat most of the crowds. You will want to spend at least 3 hours here, both inside the castle and the exterior parts.

Colurful buildings that make part of Pena Palace in Portugal. The buildings are a mix of red, yellow and light coloured stone. Visit Portugal's most beautiful fairytale castles on a fully packed Lisbon to Sintra day trip. Everything you need to know about spending one day in Sintra. All the best things to see in Sintra are included in this full-on Sintra Itinerary. Includes getting to Sintra, and visiting Pena Palace.
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An exterior window at Pena Palace in Sintral. A gargoyle looking donw supporting a window on top. Visit Portugal's most beautiful fairytale castles on a fully packed Lisbon to Sintra day trip. Everything you need to know about spending one day in Sintra. All the best things to see in Sintra are included in this full-on Sintra Itinerary. Includes getting to Sintra, and visiting Pena Palace.
Pena Palace, Sintra

From Pena Palace, if you have time, visit the Castelo dos Mouros, to walk the walls of this restored Moorish Castle, on a clear day you can also see the sea from here. To do the castle wall walk, will take about an hour.

After the Moorish Castle, head back down to Sintra Old Town which, although small, has some very cute little alleyways. If you’re pushed for time, you could skip the Moorish Castle and Sintra Town and catch the bus straight to Quinta da Regaleira. It can get extremely busy at Quinta da Regaleira, so book a skip the line ticket.

Quinta da Regaleira features an exquisite house and gardens heavily feature Gothic style architecture. Gargoyles, balconies and grottoes fill the grounds. It was designed as an aristocrat’s playground, with the terrace gardens also featuring folly castles and towers, underground mazes and the iconic Initiation Well. Head to the Initiation Well first.

If you have any time left on your day trip to Sintra, then call in at the Moorish-influenced Palácio de Monserrate.

There is a lot to pack into one day, so when you’re finished catch the train back to Lisbon for one final night there before continuing the final part of your Spain and Portugal 2 week itinerary.

Top things to do in Sintra

  • Explore the dream-like Pena Palace and surrounding gardens.
  • Walk the walls of Castelo dos Mouros
  • Wander the pretty streets of Sintra Old Town
  • Lose yourself in the grottoes and underground mazes at Quinta da Regaleira
  • If you have time, visit Palácio de Monserrate.

Tips for visiting Sintra’s top landmarks

One word of warning, anticipate crowds everywhere here. Sintra is incredibly popular, and if you visit the area at peak time you’ll be in the company of thousands of other people. Arrive early! and book your entry tickets in advance.

Although Sintra is a very easy day trip to do independently, you might find it more efficient to book a full-day Sitra guided tour with transportation and fast track entry to everything, plus you won’t need to wait around for the train or bus.

Day 13 & 14 – Porto

For the final leg of travel to Spain and Portugal itinerary, you’ll be heading to the lively city of Porto. Porto is the second-largest city in Portugal, after Lisbon, and is a hub for great food and drink. Explore the historical centre by foot, stopping off every so often to try the local wine.

It’s located on the Douro River and close to the Douro Valley which has worldwide recognition for Port fortified wine. If you’re a wine connoisseur, then certainly visit some of the vineyards in this region. If you’re going to take a full-day tour to the vineyards, I suggest you arrange this for your first day in Porto.

Are you a Harry Potter fan? If so, check out Livraria Lello which is said to have inspired JK Rowling’s magical world, even if you’re not a fan of the series, the iconic library is still worth a visit to see the pretty spiral staircase and ancient books on the shelves. As a Harry Potter fan, it feels like stepping into a bookshop in Daigon Alley!

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Other stunning places to explore are the Clérigos Church, which is an ornately decorated Baroque church featuring a narrow tower you can climb. Go up it to get a panoramic view of the city from above.

From the church, head up towards Miradouro da Vitoria, for a different panoramic lookout point. If you love beautiful architecture, then it’s also worth taking a guided tour of the Palácio da Bolsa.

Finally, during your time in Porto, be sure to walk across the stunning Luis I Bridge. This is one of the top landmarks in Portugal, and the bridge has become a bit of an icon to the city, which connects the two sides. You have the option of walking across on the upper level or the lower level, both give great views of the city, especially at sunset.

Finish off the final night of your Spain Portugal trip itinerary with a locally-sourced dish and a glass of port from the many restaurants as you reflect on the abundance of fabulous things you have seen and experienced across Portugal and Spain in two weeks.

Top things to do in Porto

  • Take a tour along the Douro Valley to visit the vineyards and sample the world-class port and wine.
  • Explore the old town, stepping back in time at Livraria Lello and Clérigos Church
  • See the photogenic Azulejo tiles at Porto Sao Bento Train Station
  • Walk over Luis I Bridge at sunset.
  • Discover locally produced food along the Douro Riverside

Tips for visiting The Douro Valley

The best way to experience the Douro Valley is by booking one of the full day wine tours from Porto. There are typically two ways to do one of these small group tours, by mini-van or by riverboat.

Both will stop at various vineyards, give a tour and allow you to sample a variety of locally produced wines and ports. You can then buy bottles (or cases) direct from the sellers to enjoy back home.

Getting to Porto from Lisbon

Lisbon and Porto are incredibly well connected, so you have the option of taking the bus, train or plane. Trains and Buses take a similar time, around 3 hours 15 minutes, and if you book travel in advance, are available for bargain prices.

The Train departs from Lisbon Oriente and arrives at Porto Campanha Station. The Bus departs from Sete Rios Station in Lisbon, and arrives at Oporto Campo 24 Agosto. Both the Train and Bus offer a direct service.

If you opt to fly from Lisbon, it will take about an hour. Again, as soon as you know the dates of your two week Spain and Portugal itinerary, I suggest booking your flights. When booked in advance, tickets are very reasonable. Flights depart from Lisbon Portela Airport and arrive at Porto Airport. There are shuttle services between the city centres and the airports.

Where to stay in Porto

Luxury Accommodation – 5* Torel 1884 Suites & Apartments, Porto

  • Central Location
  • Boutique Design
  • Suite or Apartment
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Comfort Accommodation – Porto Trindade Hotel

  • WiFi in all rooms
  • Spa Facilities
  • Breakfast
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Budget Accommodation – Being Porto Hostel

  • Wifi in all rooms
  • Breakfast Available
  • Central Location
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Spain Portugal Itinerary 14 days – FAQs

How many days do you need in Spain and Portugal?

You could spend at least 2 weeks in Spain and 2 weeks in Portugal as individual trips, and still not be able to see it all. So how many days in Portugal & Spain will depend on how many days you can travel for, as well as what things you specifically want to see.

This two week itinerary Spain and Portugal guide has been put together to enable you to see the highlights of both countries in the quickest way possible. Ideally, you could stretch out this Spain Portugal itinerary to cover a whole month if you prefer to travel slower.

When is the best time to visit Spain and Portugal?

In theory, you can visit Portugal and Spain all year round. The peak season for prices and crowds coincides with the longest and warmest days which are July and August. The week of Easter in March or April can also see a boom in prices and tourists.

During these peak months, expect tour-group dodging and queues for all of Spain and Portugal’s top attractions – plan and book hotels and entrance tickets well in advance at these times.

If you want to take advantage of the warm weather and fewer crowds, then if possible plan your visit to Portugal and Spain during the shoulder seasons: May to June and September to October.

Winters in Spain and Portugal can be cool and wet (especially in Madrid, Granada, Lisbon and Porto). Seville can be blessed with warm weather, even in the winter, although the nights are chilly.

Like with all of Europe, it can rain at any time of the year and even in summer you might get a monsoon-like downpour, sometimes evenings can get cool, especially near the coast. So be sure to pack a lightweight waterproof or umbrella, as well as have a lightweight jumper or jacket for the cooler evenings.

Are there any small group tours that offer a similar trip?

If you’re not into solo travel, or you prefer the convenience of everything done for you, then there are other ways you can see the highlights of Spain and Portugal. Small group tours are a great way to travel, especially, if you’re not confident to go alone, or you want to travel hassle-free.

Here are two great options for small group tours to Spain and Portugal:

Can I do this itinerary as a Spain and Portugal road trip?

Unless you want to spend hours driving instead of sightseeing, I don’t recommend you do this exact itinerary as a road trip. You could follow the same route, but plan for extra days and stop off in lots of the smaller towns in between the main cities. For the best prices, check out AutoEurope Car Hire comparison site.

If you are interested in doing a road trip, Spain and Portugal are both great countries to do this in. Head over to Andalucía Explored, which is a site dedicated to road-tripping in the Iberia region for some great ideas.

If I do want to do this Spain/Portugal itinerary as a road trip, how do I hire a car?

If you’re not planning on using your own set of wheels for this 2 week Portugal and Spain itinerary, then you’ll have to hire them. Each city in this itinerary has plenty of options for car hire. To find the best deals, check out AutoEurope car hire.

They cater for both car and campervan hire and have a great choice of vehicles at competitive prices because their platform searches across a whole load of different car hire companies.

Just remember that to take a car across a country border e.g., from Spain to Portugal, which you will need if you’re following this Portugal and Spain travel itinerary, you will probably have to pay a premium.

It’s much easier and cheaper to drop the car off in the same country you hired it from, take public transport (a bus or train) over the border to the nearest city, and then take out a new rental car in the next country to avoid these charges.

What is driving like in Spain and Portugal?

Driving in both Spain and Portugal is very straightforward, and although the cities can be a bit of a nightmare, the highways are great. The roads in both countries are generally well maintained with good signposting and again, outside of the cities, traffic is minimal.

Before you get behind the wheel, it’s worth reading up on the highway code if you’re not familiar with driving in Europe.

How easy is it to get around Spain and Portugal using public transportation?

In this Spain and Portugal itinerary, 2 weeks guide, the route has been planned with public transport in mind. Spain and Portugal have superb public transportation systems.

To get the best prices, I highly recommend booking in advance, especially if you’re on a budget. I have used a combination of plane, train and bus – giving at least two transport options on how to get to each city.

One app that I’m obsessed with for booking cheap transport is Omio, you put in your starting point and destination along with the date, and then it will search for the best prices on all three methods of transport in one go. It’s available as a desktop app as well as mobile, and the great bit is, you get sent a digital ticket, so no need to hunt down a print shop when you’re on the go.

What should I pack to visit Spain and Portugal?

Depending on when you’re planning on doing this Spain & Portugal itinerary 14 days, you might get away with light summer wear, or need to bring winter wear. Spain and Portugal both have 4 seasons.

Although this will depend on the season you visit, some essential things all year round are a rain-proof jacket, jumper, comfortable and waterproof shoes as well as a small day pack for sightseeing. Take a look at this winter in Europe Packing List

Typically, in Europe, it’s always a good idea to take clothes that can be layered, especially if you’re travelling in the shoulder season.

Approximately, how much will this trip cost?

Try typing Spain Portugal itinerary 2 weeks budget into a search engine, and you’ll get a ton of answers. This will vary greatly depending on your travel style. I’ve included the price for budget travel and splurge travel based on the price per person for this 2 week Spain Portugal itinerary I’ve also added approximate prices for doing a tour or visiting at least one paid-for attraction every day.

Naturally, this will change if you are sharing accommodation costs or if you opt out of visiting some things. Prices have been listed in Euros and United States Dollars.

If you’re travelling on a budget: 1230 Euro (Approx. $1350)
• 15 Euro per night dorm accommodation x 14 nights = 210 Euro
• 30 Euro (average) transportation x 6 cities = 180 Euro
• 30 Euro food & drink x 14 days = 420 Euro
• 20 Euros on attractions & entrance (with group tours) x 14 days = 420 Euro

If you’re travelling on a splurge: 2980 Euro (Approx. $3300)
• 100 Euro per night boutique hotel x 14 nights = 1400 Euro
• 30 Euro (average) transportation x 6 cities = 180 Euro
• 50 Euro food & drink x 14 days = 700 Euro
• 50 Euros on attractions & entrance (with private tours) x 14 days = 700 Euro


The Perfect Spain Portugal Itinerary: 2 weeks

Like I said at the start, this is a fast-paced trip, to see as many highlights of both of these countries in the most efficient way making it the best itinerary for Spain and Portugal if you’re limited by time.

So do you think this is the best Spain Portugal itinerary, what would you have added, or what would you skip?

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