Just got back from my honeymoon last night. Started with 3 nights in Porto: Enjoyed the vibe of the city. Definitely cheaper that a lot of places in Europe. Felt that 3 nights/2 days was enough time to see it. Went to the port caves and drank more port in one day that I'm sure I have in the rest of my life combined. Also walked one day out to the beach area called Foz. Foodwise, definitely recommend Patio do Duque. I think we only spent like 35 euros for food and drinks. The server spoke great english and was really enthusiastic about sharing Portugal and their food. Also went to a tasting menu at a place called Eskalunda Studio which is talked about possibly getting a michelin star in the future. I'd say it was only ok. Food looked really good but nothing taste wise blew me away. Still was a good deal compared to many tasting menu type places, and they do a beer pairing if you want, which was a nice change compared to the normal wine pairing. 2 nights in the Douro Valley: Splurged a bit here and stayed at 6 senses, which was rated one of the top hotels in the world. Everything there was top class. Was good for a little recharge in the middle of the trip. Food was pricey but really good. Did the chefs table one night where is was just the two of us in the kitchen for 13 courses. The Chef had previously worked at El Bulli, so had some serious chops. Also used a guide my friends had recommended who was great and I'd recommend to anyone visiting the area. Picked us up in Porto and spent the morning and afternoon wine tasting at multiple vineyards before he dropped us at the hotel. 5 nights in San Sebastian: Everyone I'd talked to that had been to San Sebastian before I left raved about it and it totally lived up to the hype. Top 3 place in Europe for me. Loved the pinxto bar culture. For anyone not aware, pinxtos are kinda like the basque version of tapas and every bar had tons of food laid out and more stuff to order that are small bites and the tradition is to just spend enough time at each bar for a drink and a pinxto or two then move on to the next one. Most places have a specialty. We actually took a pinxto tour and was really glad we did because we learned how to do everything and correct etiquette and terminology. Most tourists do it wrong, so we were more comfortable checking out places after we learned. The guide also gave us a list of all the best bars to hit, so spent multiple nights just hoping around to tons different places grabbing a drink and a bite. I have a list if anyone wants it. By the end of the trip we had probably been to 20 different places. It was my favorite part of the city and I could have spent more time there just for the food. Went to Arzak one night, which has 3 michellin stars. It was very good, but preferred just pinxto hoping personally. The city also has crowded, but very nice beaches. Did some surfing and hitting the beach a few days and there was a big free music festival going on so had ton to fill the 5 days and easily could have spent more time. Definitely will be coming back here again and I would highly recommend it to anyone. 1 night in Bilbao: Just went here to make flying home easier. Main attraction is the guggenheim museum which we saw, and the old town. A day was plenty here.