Enjoying our trips with our five senses.
Sunset in Peñafiel Castle

Enjoying our trips with our five senses with a glass of wine in hand.

What we do all time is visiting places around Madrid that are worth to be visited. And we do it with one of the most important treasures that Spain has. Its wines.

We have beautiful wines and wineries in the north, in the south, in the east and in the west.

We have 70 different denominations of origin in Spain.

And we also have beautiful castles, and landscapes, and amazing food. You could be visiting Spain 50 times and you would find 50 different Spains.

And that is what we are offering all the time to our visitors. We have the commitment that we will put our best to make unforgettable experiences.

We know we have the whole country that helps us to get our goal and we have something very important above al. In Spain may have the best wines of the world.

This combination makes our tours something unforgettable.


The castle of Peñafiel

On this case we were in the castle of Peñafiel. The castle of Peñafiel is nice no matter where you look at it.

This castle appears like in the good movies. You can only see it if you are no more than 5 miles away from it. And hen you see it, it is as if you had received a slap in your face.

When you see this picture it is just the other way around. The view is from within the castle where you can see an incredible landscape. On that day there was a beautiful sun in the middle of Winter that made us believe it was a gift of God. We were in the right place, in the right time (sunset) and we had a glass of wine in our hand.

We are lucky people for living such experiences. But you have to believe me if I tell you that we know we have a big chance to have a beautiful day because we have the right ingredients.


Written by

Ignacio Segovia

CEO of Winebus


Sunset in Ribera del Duero. I love sunsets everywhere. But better if you do it with a glass of wine in hand. 

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Cuenca. A fairy tale town at sunset and at night.

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