5 plans to celebrate Father’s Day in Madrid

This Saturday, March 19, Father’s Day, also known as Saint Joseph’s Day, is celebrated throughout Spain. As a general rule, Being Saturday, it is not a holiday (except in the Valencian Community). However, since this day falls on a weekend, there are many people who do not work and are already thinking of a plan to celebrate Father’s Day.

From Viajestic we want to share with you 5 very special plans to celebrate the Father’s day:

1. A good breakfast or brunch

One of the plans that we propose is to have a good breakfast with your father to start the day well or go to one of the many brunches that you can find in the capital. Here we leave you one list with the best brunches with shows in Madrid.

Also, if you are in Madrid this weekend, Vincci Hotels is organizing a personalized Father’s Day brunch on March 19 and 20 for 33 euros per person at Vincci The Mint 4* and 29 euros per person at Vincci Vía 66 4*.

2. Go to lunch or dinner at a good restaurant with the family

Another plan that we offer you is to go to lunch or dinner at a nice restaurant to celebrate Father’s Day with the family. The El Tenedor website recommends 10 restaurants to celebrate Father’s Day.

3. Go to a wine tasting

Wine tasting
Wine tasting | Image courtesy of Roses Tourism

Another good option is to go to a wine tasting together or give it to him so that he can enjoy it with whoever he prefers. In the Fever application you can find different wine tasting options with very varied prices, from 18 euros, going through 35 euros and even some with a higher price such as 136 euros that include an excursion or a night in a rural hotel with a visit to a winery.

4. Go to a play or musical

If Madrid is known for something, it is for the number of musicals and plays it has. If you want to spend a fun and entertaining afternoon or evening with your father, you can always give him some tickets for a cultural event.

5. Repeating a plan you made together as a child

And finally, even if it is not a plan itself, you can always repeat an activity that you did when you were little, such as: Go on a picnic, play a football game, go to the cinema, ride a horse, take a route through the countryside or the mountains…etc.

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