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Europe - Spain: Madrid to Barcelona

Sample package

Spain from Madrid to Barcelona (10 days/8 nights)

DAY 1 CANADA – MADRID

Departure flight towards Madrid.


DAY 2 : MADRID

Arrival in Madrid and meet your driver.

Transfer to the hotel in Madrid.

Lunch at your own charge.

Afternoon: free time for a first discovery of the city with your tour leader.

Dinner and overnight in Madrid.

Madrid


DAY 3 : MADRID

Breakfast

Morning: Panoramic guided tour of the capital (including Plaza Mayor): La Plaza dates back to the 17th century. A social center, it used to host bull races, trials during the Inquisition and public executions. At its center stands an equestrian statue of Felipe III. 

Lunch at your own charge

Afternoon: Self-guided tour of the Prado Museum, one of the most renowned art museums in the world. It holds numerous paintings by Velasquez and Goya and the latter has a statue facing the main entrance. 

Self-guided tour of the Royal Palace. Designed to impress the crowds, the Madrid Royal Palace stands at a height overlooking the rio Manzanares, on the site occupied by the Alcazar fortress during centuries before being destroyed by a fire in 1734. Felipe V then requested a grand building. Its construction lasted 26 years.

Dinner and overnight in Madrid.

 Museo del Prado


DAY 4 : MADRID – CORDOUE

Breakfast

Morning: Departure towards Andalusia, by Castilla La Mancha (land of Don Quichote adventures).

Lunch at your own charge

Afternoon: Self-guided tour of Cordoba. Discover the Jewish quarter and its flowery alleys, the Mosque-Cathedral and the Tower of Calahorra. The old town holds most of the main monuments. With its narrow streets, its wrought iron balconies and its goldsmith workshops, it seems to have remained unchanged since the 10th century.

Check-in at the hotel in Cordoba.

Dinner and overnight in Cordoba.

Cordoba's Mosque


DAY 5 : SÉVILLE

Breakfast

Morning: Departure for an excursion to Seville.

Arrival in Seville and self-guided tour of the city. You will explore the cathedral (built on the site of the former Mosque, of which the Patio de los Naranjos and the Giralda, which was originally a minaret, are witnesses) and the Catholic Monarchs’ Alcazar.

Stroll through Parque Maria Luisa to visit the Plaza de España (official pavilion of the 1929 Exposición Ibéro-Americana).

Lunch at your own charge

Afternoon: Continuation of the self-guided tour of Seville with your tour leader.  

Possibility of visiting a bull farm (optional $). 

Return to Cordoba.  

Dinner and overnight in Cordoba.

 Sevilla's Alcazar


DAY 6 : CORDOUE – GRENADE

Breakfast

Morning: Departure towards Grenada by crossing the olive tree region. Possibility to visit an olive oil mill, depending on the opening hours and day of the week.

Lunch at your own expense

Afternoon: Self-guided tour of the Alhambra palace and of the Generalife gardens. You will travel between dream and reality as you walk through this complex of palaces, fortresses and gardens where water fountains squirt from every side. The palaces, which constructions essentially began in the 15th century, and the Alhambra gardens form a true city inside the ramparts. From the Alhambra, a path leads to the Generalife which served as a summer residence for the Nasrid sultans. Its name means: “garden of the supreme paradise”.  

Check-in at your accommodation in Granada.  

Possibility of a tapas dinner and/or of a gypsy flamenco evening in the Sacromonte area (optional $).

Dinner and overnight in Granada.  

 Alhambra


DAY 7 :GRENADE –VALENCE – PENISCOLA

Breakfast

Morning: Departure towards Valencia. 

Lunch at your own charge

Afternoon: Continuation towards Peñiscola. 

Check-in at your hotel.

Free time to discover the city.

Dinner and overnight in Peñiscola.

 Sevilla


DAY 8 : PENISCOLA – BARCELONA

Breakfast

Morning: Departure towards Barcelona. Barcelona, active port of the Mediterranean, is also an important cultural center. The success of the 1992 Olympic Games has demonstrated the dynamism and the efficiency of the inhabitants.

Lunch at your own charge

Afternoon: Self-guided tour of the city: stroll along Las Ramblas and in the Barrio Gothic district. 

Self-guided tour of the Picasso Museum

Dinner and overnight in Callela, on Barcelona’s coast.

 Barcelona's Habour


DAY 9 : BARCELONA

Breakfast

Morning: Transfer to Barcelona.

Guided city tour on the theme of “Gaudi and the Modernism”: the Park Guëll, the Sagrada Familia (tour), the Casa Batllo and Casa Pedrera façades.                         

Lunch at your own charge

Afternoon: Free time to do some shopping or to enjoy the beach. 

Dinner and overnight in Callela, on Barcelona’s coast.

 Las Ramblas


DAY 10 : BARCELONA – CANADA

Breakfast

Transfer by bus to the airport in Barcelona. 

Return flight.

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