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Iberian Tour

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Iberian Tour

232,224.00 209,001.60

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Starting From Rs. 2,32,224 PP On Twin sharing

Total: 209001.60

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Departure point: Madrid

Kicks off on Wednesday, till Oct 14, 2020



Day 1. Madrid – Trujillo – Lisbon (658 km ~ 409 miles)

We start from Madrid at 8am, heading to the province of Extremadura – one of the Spain’s western provinces – a remote area, filled with natural parks and dramatic scenery. Our stop there will be in the ancient town of Trujillo. Onve there, you will be amazed by the number of castles, churches and manor houses. Trujillo is structured around its own Plaza Mayor square, which is guarded by a bronze-cast statue of Pizarro. You will have an hour and a half to explore all the beauty of the medieval center


From Trujillo, we will proceed to Portugal and will reach Lisbon in the early evening. Arrival, accommodation and a night in Portugal.


Day 2. Lisbon

Breakfast, followed by a city tour around Lisbon with a local guide. Lisbon offers a rich and varied history, a buzzing nightlife and is blessed with a glorious year-round climate. It is a bustling and exciting city, that boasts a wide choice of activities and fascinating tourist attractions. The city has a welcoming atmosphere, while still embracing its deep-rooted heritage and extensive history. Some of the highlights of the tour:

  • Padrão dos Descobrimentos
  • Belem Tower
  • Jeronimos Monastery.
  • Alfama Quarter.


Enjoy an evening in Lisbon on your own. Please do not miss on opportuntiy to try famous pastel de nata (egg tart) – local culinary’s iconic pastry, who’s recipe dates back to the 16th century. You can buy it in any coffee/bakery shop.

Another night in Lisbon.


Day 3. Lisbon – Fatima – Lisbon (264 km ~ 164 miles)

Breakfast in the hotel, then a tour to Fatima – one of the world’s largest Catholic pilgrimage sites – with its Sanctuary of Our Lady of Fátima (Santuário de Fátima). A tour and a free time here to feel and appreciate this sacred place.


Later we will return to Lisbon. Free evening and a night in Lisbon.


Day 4. Lisbon – Caceres – Sevilla (575 km ~ 357 miles)

After breakfast we are heading back to Spain. We’ll cross the border and pass again thru province of Extremadura, but this time we’ll head toCaceres – a town, founded by the Romans in 25BC. Visiting Cáceres will bring you back to the old medieval era. The streets climb and twist among hoary palaces and mansions. As you turn your head up, you can see the skyline decorated with gargoyles, spires, and gigantic storks’ nests. The fortress has been serving as defensive walls since the 16th century. You will have a good hour and a half there, so, go ahead and check the main highlights.


Later we will continue to Seville. Arrival, dinner and accommodation.


Day 5. 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 another night in Seville.


Day 6. Seville – Cordoba (145 km ~ 90 miles)

Breakfast in the hotel, then departure towards another Andalusian ”hot spot” – Cordoba. This place is truly one of the most beautiful old towns in Andalusia as well as one of Spain’s most famous historical monuments. Here you will be guided on a 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. And of course, you will enter the Mosque-Cathedral: the greatest dual-identity monument in Spain.


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. Free time to have lunch and buy some souvenirs.

Accommodation, dinner and night in Cordoba.


Day 7. Cordoba – Ronda – Costa del Sol (332 km ~ 206 miles)

Breakfast. Transfer and a stop at a beautiful town of Ronda. Steeped in dark myths and bullfighting folklore, whilst boasting one of the most extraordinary locations in Spain, it is no wonder that Ronda has become Andalusia’s third most visited place. With its world-famous New Bridge and bullring, as well as the hidden corners of the gorge on top of which it perches, Ronda will definetely not disappoint. There you will have a free time to explore the main highlights of this beautiful town.


Later we’ll continue to Costa del Sol.

  • Situated in the province of Málaga, in the south of Spain, Costa del Sol(or Coast of the Sun) is among the most popular tourist destinations in Spain. Having marvelous weather (with over 300 days of sun a year) ensures that Costa del Sol gets bombarded by tourists any time of the year. Coming to there means finding not only beautiful landscapes and scenery, but also outstanding beaches. Each town is rich in cultural heritage and tasty food.

Depending on a date, number of people for the tour and other factors, you’ll go either to chic Marbella o flashy Torremolinos. Both places are beautiful coastal towns with excellent beaches, vibrant nightlife and very relaxed atmosphere.

Arrival, dinner and accommodation.


Day 8. Costa del Sol – Granada (180 km ~ 120 miles)

Breakfast, then transfer to Granada – a beautiful city, that sits 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.

  • 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.

Dinner and night in Granada.


Day 9. Granada – Valencia (498 km ~ 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 10. Valencia – Barcelona (355 km ~ 220 miles)

After breakfast you’ll have few hours to scroll thru Valencia on your own.


In the afternoon we’ll continue to the to main city on the Mediterreanean coast of Spain – magnificent Barcelona.

Arrival and accommodation.


Day 11. Barcelona

Breakfas in the hotel. 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. Few highlights that you will see during you morning city tour around Barcelona:

  • Plaza Espana
  • Montjuïc
  • The Barcelona’s Olympic Park
  • Statue of Christopher Colom
  • Gothic Quarter


Feel free to explore Barcelona on your own in the second half of the day.


Another night in Barcelona.


Day 12. Barcelona – Zaragoza – San Sebastian (575 km ~ 357 miles)

Breakfast, then deaparture towards Zaragoza. Stop in the city and some free time.

Spain’s fifth largest city, Zaragoza is 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 time to explore the most notorious sights of Zaragoza: Basilica de Nuestra Señora del Pilar and Puente de Piedra (the Stone Bridge).


After exploring the most notorious sights of Zaragoza, we’ll continue to San Sebastian. Arrival, accommodation, dinner and a night in San Sebastian.


Day 13. San Sebastian – Bilbao – Santander (205 km ~ 127 miles)

Breakfast in the hotel as usual, then transfer to Bilbao – the Basque city, particularly well known for its avant-garde contemporary designs and fascinating architecture, especially as it is home to the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao, where we will make a stop to walk around and make pictures of this gorgeous and wicked structure.


Later we’ll move to Santander. Santander is the capital of Spain’s Cantabria region and offers a whole host of attractions for visitors, from history museums to art centers and beaches. Spend your rest of the day shopping in the Mercado de la Esperanza, visiting the Palacio de la Magdalena or browsing the works in the new Centro Botín.


Dinner and night in Santander.


Day 14. Santander – Santillana – Covadonga – Oviedo (320 km ~ 199 miles)

Breakfast. This day you’ll be travelling throughout one of the most beautiful Spanish National Parks – Picos de Europa , which is characterized by high massifs, deep ravines, lush mountain meadows and vast glassy lakes.

First our stop for today is in Santillana de Mar.


After some free time, we’ll continue to Covadonga, – a place, located at the western edge of Picos de Europa, and is visited by thousands of people every year. Stop at Sanctuary of Covadonga .


Another stop and a time to admire the Holy Cave. Later continuation to Oviedo. Arrival, checkin, dinner and overnight.


Day 15. Oviedo – La Coruña (295 kms)

Breakfast and departure the very northwest corner of Spain – La Coruna (or ”A Coruna”, – how locals say). A Coruña sits in the very northwest corner of Spain, in the autonomous community of Galicia. A vibrant coastal city with plenty in the way of culture, history, gastronomy (Galicia is very famous for its seafood) and natural sights. Enjoy a panoramic city tour upon arrival and, later – a free time. Sights you’ll see during the city tour, and on same you can take a closer look later.


Accommodation, dinner and night in La Coruna.


Day 16. La Coruna – Santiago de Compostela (75 km ~ 47 miles)

Breakfast in hotel in La Coruna, then transfer to Santiago de Compostela. In Santiago we’ll have a proper city tour with the entrance and city tour inside its Cathedral.

City is renowned for its shrine of Saint James the Great and was built to accommodate the thousands of pilgrims that would, and still do, gather there every year. The architecture and atmosphere of the city are impregnated with history and visitors may feel like they’ve taken a step back in time.

Dinner and accommodation.


Day 17. Santiago de Compostela – Rias Bajas – Vigo – Porto (90 km ~ 56 miles)

Breakfast, then transfer thru beautiful area of Rias Baixas (”lower rivers”).

  • Rias Bajas is a set of largest estuaries in the area. The coastline of the province boasts three magnificent inlets surrounded by cliffs, islands, ports, hills, beaches and stunning landscapes that make it a perfect destination to visit. On both the coast and inland, you’ll definitely enjoy unforgettable views.

First stop – at small town, calledO Grove, in the Isle of Toja (a small peninsula in the area). O Grove is a privileged location in the heart of the Galician Rías Baixas, a place that stands out for its history and traditional fishing.


Later we will cross the beautiful Minho – a river, that also separates Spain and Portugal.

Arrival to the second largest Portugese city – Porto (or Oporto in Portugese).  Accommodation and dinner.


Day 18. Porto 

Breakfast in the hotel, then we’ll head to a proper city tour of Porto.

There are plenty of things that this lively and extraordinary city has to offer. Slightly timeworn and weathered, the gray skies and dated buildings add character, while the twinkling lights along the Douro River reflect off the water and illuminate a central part of the city. Pair these features with the reserved yet friendly locals, the charming trams, beautifully adorned architecture, and the wine, and Porto’s charm may put anyone under its spell.

On the second half of the day fell free to explore the city on tour own.



  • accommodation in  hotels
  • 18 breakfasts, 10 dinners
  • modern and air-conditioned bus
  • multi-lingual tour escort
  • sightseeing tours with local guides in Lisbon, Sevilla, Cordoba, Granada, Barcelona, Santiago and Porto
  • tickets Jeronimos Monastery in Lisbon
  • tickets to Cordoba’s Mosque
  • tickets to Alhambra in Granada
  • tickets to Santiago’s Cathedral
  • visit to a wine cellar with a tasting of Porto wine
  • travel insurance
  • free Wi – Fi on board
  • tips



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  • Any services, activities, Taxes not mentioned in Inclusions
  • 5 % GST
  • 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.

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.




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