Spaniards have a lot of history, and some may even call it baggage owing to their invasions and the infamous Spanish Inquisition. But at the heart of it all, the Spaniards love a good fiesta. It’s what truly depicts Spain. It’s the celebration where anyone and everyone is invited! It sometimes even feels as if they are going to break into a Flamenco dance any second! This is the spirit of Spain, the Spain you will fall in love with.
Arrive at Barcelona airport, check in, and relax for the day.
Today, drive along the waterfront by the Port and Olympic Ring, on the way, visit Poble Espanyol and check out the village. In the rest of the day, check out Columbus Monument, Gothic Drassanes (shipyards), World Trade Centre and Mirador de Miramar (lookout).
Today after checkin at Madrid, start a "Walking Tour" of the city. Start at the old quarters of the city, known as Madrid de los Austrias, (Habsburg dinasty) to the impressive Plaza Mayor, Arch of Cuchilleros, Plaza de la Villa, Tower of Lujanes and then the great neoclassic building of the Cathedral of Almudena. End your visit with the beautiful Plaza de Oriente where the Royal Palace is located.
Today is about Toledo, a city blessed with a number of greatest monuments. Known as the “city of the three cultures”, this city has monuments from Christians, Arabs, and Jews who have lived here together for centuries. To this day, Toledo preserves the artistic and cultural legacy in the form of churches, palaces, fortresses, mosques, and synagogues.
Spend the day shopping and just relaxing.
Spend a half day at Sevilla. Start with a panoramic view of the most important monuments such as the University, former Tobacco Factory, the Palace of San Telmo, the Tower of Gold, Isabel II Bridge, Macarena Basilica and visit of the Plaza de España, the most emblematic work of the Ibero-American Exhibition of 1929. next, discover the Barrio Santa Cruz, former Jewish Quarter in a labyrinth formed by narrow streets that ends in the famous Place of the Venerables. Then take off on a beautiful cruise through the Guadalquivir of an hour where to enjoy the sights of the city from a different perspective. Here, you can see the unpublished angles of the Tower of Gold, the famous Betis Street, the Bullring, the Triana Bridge, the oldest in the city, designed by Gustav Eiffel as the most modern bridges built during Expo'92. end of visit at the Tower of Gold, normal view.
Enjoy the half day Alhambra city tour. Granada is situated at the foothills of the Sierra Nevada Mountains. It was once the capital of the Moorish Kingdom, a reign which lasted almost 800 years. this has left Granada with the most important Moorish legacy in Spain; the Alhambra Palace, one of the most brilliant jewels of universal architecture.
Time to take off from the Sevilla airport!
- Hop on hop off bus half day Toledo and Granada excursion
- Shuttle apt-htl-apt
- Regional tourist tax.
- Tips and guests ́extras.
- Any other service not mentioned in the program/itinerary described.