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Spanish wedding ceremonies are marked by an exchange of 13 gold coins – los trece monades de oro in a special purse or box.
They are said to represent Jesus Christ and his apostles and hence have a religious connotation. They are also a pledge of the new groom's willingness to support his wife.
During the wedding feast, the bride and groom circulate from table to table carrying a basket with small wedding favors that they personally hand out to each guest.
The men will be offered a cigar or a mini-bottle of wine and the women a little present - usually something which looks and smells nice. This may be the time in which guests also "hand back" a wedding gift.
The custom of cutting the groom's tie into pieces and then auctioning it off for good luck is still actively practiced today by the groom's closest friends.
Aside from the bouquet toss, single ladies at the party are expected to wear special pins upside down. If the pin is lost, that woman will be next in line to marry.
If you are looking for a sun-soaked location with fun unlimited, Ibiza, one of the Balearic Islands is your destination. Known as the Party Island and declared a world heritage site by UNESCO, Ibiza is dotted with over 50 emerald beaches with an ever blue sky to match.
Choose between tiny coves, broad beaches or areas of dunes, all so perfect to say I do! An island that personifies fun has a host of activities to offer. Street markets, terrace bars, live concerts, open air events, fashionable bars or night clubs, Ibiza has it all. Have a white wedding in the serene, sun kissed beaches of this beautiful White island or tie the knot on one of the landscapes of its inland area.
A perfect venue for a destination wedding, the beach-bejeweled Ibiza island will mesmerize you with its beauty!
Celebrate your dream wedding in Mallorca, a land of historical churches, opulent hotels and breathtaking mountain views. The lyrical landscape will mesmerize you.
Sit under a star studded night sky and make promises of love that will be etched in your memories for lifetimes to come. Get married in a cliff top venue overlooking the sea or seal the deal on a rural vineyard estate, the list of options in Mallorca are endless.
The limestone mountains along with the Roman and Moorish remnants will keep your guests busy as they get transported to a new world altogether and you are pronounced man and wife.
Excellent climate, gold and black sandy beaches and a unique volcanic landscape make Tenerife a popular location for a destination wedding. Tenerife boasts of crystal clear waters, palm trees, mild evenings and a constant scent of flowers that lingers.
One can chose from gazebo weddings, beach front weddings, church weddings; the list is endless. Known as the island of eternal spring, Tenerife stands out by its distinctive symbol, the volcano “El Teide” which is also Spain’s highest mountain and largest volcano in Europe.
Make magic as you and your loved one make a lifelong commitment to each other in the remarkable island of Tenerife.
For those who love partying till the wee hours in the morning; Ibiza, Granada or Barcelona are places to explore. Organize your bachelorette party and party till dawn along with a sunset scooter tour. The sun and sand parties will give you memories for a lifetime.
Madrid or Ibiza, with its lively nightlife and different leisure areas is the place to choose for a bachelor party. Discos, bars, cafes, fashionable night clubs, the list is endless! You’ll find the latest hip discos and clubs with sessions by the best DJ’s.
One can also choose Barcelona for its easy going, anything goes atmosphere. It has discos that play Indie pop, alternative rock, and latest pop sounds.
The Sagrada Família, architect Antoni Gaudí masterpiece, is a large Roman Catholic church and probably the most famous monument in Barcelona. The Sagrada Familia is a symbolic expression in stone of the Christian faith with various masterpieces carved in its facades.
With almost 3 million visitors a year, the queue to enter the Basilica sometimes stretches around the block. Construction began in 1882 and is still yet to be completed!
Home to the kings of Spain, The Royal Palace of Madrid is now only used for state ceremonies. The palace has 135,000 square metres of floor space and contains 3,418 rooms.
The palace, inspired by sketches made by Bernini for the construction of the Louvre in Paris, is built in the form of a square and looks out over a large courtyard with galleries and a parade ground.
The Changing of the Guard is held every Wednesday (except in July, August and September, and when there are official events or adverse weather conditions).
The Cathedral of Saint Mary of the See, better known as Seville Cathedral, is the largest Gothic cathedral in the world. The cathedral's construction lasted over a century and it is said that when the plans were drawn up, church elders stated, "Let us build a church so beautiful and so magnificent that those who see it finished will think we are mad."