Departure point: Madrid
Tour kicks off every Monday
Day 1. Madrid – Cordoba – Seville (530km ~ 329 miles)
Departure from the bus terminal at 08.00 in the morning towards Cordoba, passing thru the region of Castilla La Mancha, known for being the setting of Miguel de Cervantes’ 17th century novel Don Quixote de la Mancha – probably, one of the most famous books ever to have come out of Spain.
Arriving to Cordoba – one of the most beautiful old towns in Andalusia as well as one of Spain’s most famous historical monuments. You will a proper tour through its historic center – conspicuously charming place, with its patios and courtyards, decorated with pots of aromatic jasmine and geraniums and walk narrow, winding streets, lined with what must be some of the prettiest and most colorful houses in southern Spain. Of course, you will enter the Mosque-Cathedral – the greatest dual-identity monument in Spain.
- Mosque-Cathedral. Extending in a tangle of cobbled streets and squares to the north of the Mosque-Cathedral is Juderia – the city’s former Jewish quarter. This is a great area to stop for lunch, packed as it is with smart restaurants as well as superb no-frills tapas bars.
After the bus departures to Seville. Arrival, dinner and accommodation.
Day 2. Seville
Breakfast in the hotel, followed by a proper city tour throughout Seville with a local guide, to admire this beautiful and also the largest city of Southern Spain. With a numerous sights and attractions, this city will never leave visitors stuck for choice. Main highlights of the tour:
- Plaza de España
- Maria Luisa Park
- Seville’s Cathedral
- Barrio Santa Cruz–
After the city tour you will have the afternoon off to rest or explore more on your own.
Dinner and a night in Seville.
Day 3. Seville – Granada (250km ~ 155 miles)
Breakfast, then transfer to Granada. Granada is a beautiful city, located right at the foot of the spectacular Sierra Nevada mountains. The popular favorite of the region of Andalusia, Granada has a rich history, fantastic range of sites to see, and a bustling nightlife. With Arab influences and Spanish charm, there is plenty of culture and history to explore here. Upon arrival you’ll have a guided tour to see famous complex of La Alhambra, its Arabian palaces Nazaries, and its green and picturesque Generalife Gardens.
- Alhambrais definitely number one on the list of unmissable things to see in Granada, and the most visited sight in the whole Spain.
The tour to Alhambra, is already quite extensive and include a good part of walking, so it’s your choice the rest of the day – to relax in the hotel or continue to explore the city of Granada on your own.
Day 4. Granada – Valencia (498km ~ 309 miles)
Breakfast. Departure towards Valencia. On the way you will pass by the beautiful, small towns of Guadix, Baza and Puerto Lumbreras. Arrival to Valencia in the early evening, accommodation in the hotel.
Valencia is a third-largest city in Spain, and has a lot to offer: from world-class restaurants to stunning beaches, and from museums to buzzing nightlife.
Night in Valencia.
Day 5. Valencia – Barcelona (355km ~ 220 miles)
After breakfast you’ll have a few hours to scroll thru Valencia on your own.
On the second half of the day we’ll continue to the to main city on the Mediterreanean coast of Spain – magnificent Barcelona. Arrival, accommodation and overnight.
Day 6. Barcelona
Breakfas in the hotel then a proper city tour with a local guide. With fantastic art and architecture, a rich Medieval history, as well as innovative modern additions, Barcelona is certainly not short of things to do and see. Some of the highlights that you will see during your half-day tour:
- Montjuïc- a hill in Barcelona, with its spectacular views over the harbor, the port and the Mediterranean Sea. Enjoy stunning views from the panoramic viewpoint, located almost on top of the hill.
- The Barcelona Olympic Park is part of all the attractions found at Montjuic Mountain.
- The Olympic Games in 1992 gave Barcelona many large-scale projects. As a result, it became the perfect setting for one of the most successful games in history. The Olympic complex includes the stadium, the St. Jordi sports pavilion and the Calatrava Communications Tower.
- Plaza Espana- is one of the most important squares of the city, and second largest in Barcelona.
- Gothic Quarter. the Gothic Quarter as it is commonly referred to is the heart of Barcelona’s old town. Home to some of the most ancient and historic monuments in the city, not least of which being the majestic cathedral, this is the Barcelona of narrow streets and charming outdoor squares that have remained unchanged throughout the centuries.
Another night in Barcelona.
Day 7. Barcelona – Zaragoza – Madrid (635km ~ 395 miles)
Departure from Barcelona in the morning towards Zaragoza – Spain’s fifth largest city and the capital of the Aragón region. Located south of the Pyrenees, it sits right in the middle between Barcelona and Madrid, and is home to a range of fascinating sights, from Roman ruins to magnificent Islamic architecture and a striking Baroque cathedral. We will stop in the city center so you can have a free time to explore the most notorious sights of Zaragoza: Basilica de Nuestra Señora del Pilar and Puente de Piedra (the Stone Bridge).
- A striking Baroque Basilica, it is here that many believe that Santiago
- Bridge Bridge Puente de Piedra(the Stone Bridge) is the oldest of all the bridges across the Ebro River. After some free time in Zaragoza continuation to Madrid. Arrival and end of the tour.
- accommodation in **** hotels
- 6 breakfasts, 3 dinners
- modern and air-conditioned bus
- multi-lingual tour escort
- sightseeing tour with local guide in Cordoba, Sevilla, Granada and Barcelona
- tickets to Cordoba’s Mosque
- tickets to Alhambra in Granada
- travel insurance
- free Wi- Fi on board
- Air Tickets
- Any Meal not mentioned in inclusions.
- Any services, activities, Taxes not mentioned in Inclusions
- 5 % GST
Terms & Conditions:
- Mentioned prices are valid till 31st March’2021.
- Mentioned prices are based on per person on twin sharing
- Prices are Dynamic & Subjected to Change as per travelling dates.
- Children less than 4 years old: free, without granted seat in the bus
- Children between 4 and 7 years old: 25% discount off adult price, in a triple room with adults
- Teenagers between 8 and 18 years old: 5% discount off adult price
- Seniors (65+ years old): 5% discount off adult price
- Third person in triple room: 5%
- Discounts cannot be combined.
Cancellation & Refund Policy:
10% paid at the time of reservation is non-refundable. The other 90% is fully refundable if cancelled in no less than 3 weeks (e.g., if you paid 100% upfront right away). There are no refunds for cancellations made in less than 3 weeks to go before the trip.