The Venue

Both the ceremony and the reception will be held at ‘Torre de Oña’, a winery approximately 15 minutes outside Logroño.

If you are interested in a taking a sneak peak at the venue, you’ll find more information about it at Torre De Oña

Transport will be organised to and from the venue. We will confirm various pick up spots in Logroño a little closer to the date and will let you know via email.

Where to stay

Logroño has a number of hotels and boutique hotels to choose from. We’ve listed some options below – if you have any questions in relation to your accommodation please don’t hesitate to contact us in the following email hello@caitlinandjorge.com

When considering where to stay, keep in mind that accommodation located in the city centre could get a little noisy at night over the weekend (nothing crazy!)

Travelling:

From Madrid

By Train

There are approximately 6 trains that run each day from Puerta de Atocha (the main train station in Madrid) to Logroño. The trip takes between 3 to 4 hours, depending on the type of train (AVE or ALVIA). One route (the AVE) requires a change at Zaragoza (a very easy platform change), whilst the other ends in Logroño.

Tickets can be purchased online (a month in advance) via Renfe – here

To get to Puerta de Atocha from Madrid airport, the metro is the quickest option. Download map with instructions here

By Car

It’s relatively easy to hire cars at Madrid Barajas airport and drive to Logroño. The trip takes around 3 ½ hours via Soria or Burgos. Cars hired at Madrid airport can be returned in Logroño (although there will likely be an additional charge).

For those keen to have a car to drive around Logroño and the surrounding provinces, there are a number of car hire companies in Logroño (located around the train station).

By Bus

Buses are also available from Madrid airport to Logroño. The trip takes around 4 to 4 ½ hours and tickets can be purchased online via the ALSA website

For those taking the bus, we recommend you choose one that has only 1 stop along the way (in Soria). You don’t have to change buses at Soria, but the alternative is 3 or 18 stops, which can slow the journey down.

From Barcelona

By Train

There are approximately 5 trains that run each day from Barcelona-Sants to Logroño. The trip takes between 3 ½ to 5 hours, depending on the type of train. Both the ALVIA and INTERCITY trains do not require a change, however the LD-MD requires a change at Zaragoza.

Tickets can be purchased online (a month in advance) via RENFE – here

To get to Barcelona-Sants from Barcelona airport, the metro is the quickest option here

By Car

It’s relatively easy to hire cars at Barcelona El Prat airport and drive to Logroño. The trip takes around 4 to 5 hours via Zaragoza. Cars hired at Barcelona airport can be returned in Logroño (although there will likely be an additional charge).

For those keen to have a car to drive around Logroño and the surrounding provinces, there are a number of car hire companies in Logroño (located around the train station).

By Bus

Buses are also available from Barcelona Sants Station to Logroño. The trip takes around 5 ½ to 6 ½ hours and tickets can be purchased online via the ALSA website

Much like the bus from Madrid, we recommend you choose one that has only 1 stop along the way (in Zaragoza).

Let us know if you can join us

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We are so grateful for the time and effort our guests are making in joining us in Spain to celebrate our wedding.  Your company is more than enough.

However for those who would like to contribute a small gift, we have a registry that can be accessed using the link below –
Caitlin & Jorge’s Registry

 

For guests who would instead like to contribute to our honeymoon, we have a Paypal account established where contributions can be made.  This account is accessible via the following link –
Caitlin & Jorge’s Paypal