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Day 1: Arrival in Madrid - Madrid by Night
On your arrival in Madrid, meet our representative and you will be transferred to your hotel. Unwind for a while and then you can explore your surroundings. Towards evening you will proceed for the night tour of Madrid. You will stop at the iconic Royal Palace of Madrid (Palacio Real) and you will visit one of the oldest squares of the city, the Plaza Mayor. The Plaza Mayor is located in the center of Madrid, a few meters from the square of Puerta del Sol, and close to the High Street. Our ending point is one of the oldest squares of the city, the Plaza Mayor. The Plaza Mayor is located in the center of Madrid, a few meters from the square of Puerta del Sol, and close to the High Street.You will get to know the main restaurants and bars so you can know how nightlife is in Madrid! If you wish, you can stay there to have dinner or get some drinks (by your own) and continue enjoying the night at Madrid.
Day 2: Toledo Full Day Tour with Lunch
Toledo, a Unesco World Heritage Site, is situated in the heart of ancient Castile atop a rock in a bend of the River Tagus. Toledo is one of Europe’s oldest settlements and is considered a museum city of great artistic beauty. It is also known as the City of Three Cultures where Christians, Muslims and Jews lived together. Visit the stunning cathedral, with its splendid architecture displaying a range of Spanish Gothic styles. The interior also contains numerous art treasures such as stained glass windows, the choir, main chapel, altarpieces, paintings by El Greco and much, much more. Visit all the most iconic landmarks such as the St. Tomé church, home to Conde de Orgaz’s tomb, see El Greco’s masterpiece; the Santa María la Blanca Synagogue; the San Juan de los Reyes Monastery and the Mosque of El Cristo de la Luz. See how in Toledo they traditionally forge steel for their swords. Be amazed at the incredible detail and craftsmanship of the various metals. At midday you can take a well-earned rest and enjoy either a set lunch menu. The tour will end with a beautiful panoramic view of Toledo before you’re driven back to Madrid. Overnight stay at hotel.
Day 3: Transfer from Madrid to Seville and Guadalquivir cruise
Today check-out and travel on your own to the Madrid railway station to take the high speed train to Seville. After 2 and half hours, you will reach Seville.You will be met and transferred to your hotel. Check-in and relax for some time. In the afternoon you will climb onto a comfortable minibus for a sightseeing tour across the infamous Isabel II Bridge, on the other side of which lies the legendary neighbourhood of Triana. This quaint part of town used to be the old sailors and potters’ quarter, where you can still admire nowadays San Jorge’s Castle, erected in the 10th century. Feel like the sailors of old at the “muelle de la Sal” (Salt Wharf), where an elegant boat will be awaiting your arrival to cruise you alongside all the wonderful buildings and bridges that line the banks of the Guadalquivir River. Las but not least comes a visit to the Monastery of the Cartuja, where for three years Christopher Columbus planned his trip towards the unknown. The trip then ends with a tour of the Bullring of the Real Maestranza, considered to be one of the most important bullrings in the history of bullfighting.
Day 4: Full Day Tour of Cordoba
Today morning you will start early by exploring the majestic Alcalzar del los Reyes Cristianos, a mediaeval Islamic Fortress, then occupied by the Catholic Kings of Spain. Next stop is the impressive Great Mosque, a spectacular testimony to the age of the Caliphate. Then it's time to head for the Juderia, the mediaeval Jewish Quarter, a vibrant neighbourhood, packed with small shops, hole in the wall bars and great restaurant. We'll stroll down the Callejon de las Flores, a fiesta for the senses as we come onto the Plaza of Gran Maimonedes where we’ll visit the city's ancient synagogue, dating from 1315. Now you'll have some time to explore the city for yourself. You can go shopping, sit back on a pavement café and watch the world go by or maybe try some wonderful Cordobese cooking. The area is packed with tapas bars as well as some great restaurants. Return back to your hotel towards late evening for overnight stay.
Day 5: Transfer from Seville to Granada Alhambra and Generalife Gardens
Today morning, check-out from your hotel. You will be transferred to the train station to take the high speed train from Seville to Granada. The journey takes around 3 and half hours. Upon arrival at Granada you will be met and transferred to your hotel. Check-in and relax for some time. In the afternoon you will be picked up from your Granada hotel by air-conditioned minibus and then whisk you away to La Sabica Hill to visit its most dramatic monument – Alhambra. Perched high on the hill overlooking the city, the incredible palace complex was first built as a fortress at the start of the 13th century. Skip past the long entrance lines with your priority access ticket and walk around inside with your guide, hearing all the history of this fascinating site. Now a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Alhambra is a treasure trove of Moorish architecture and you’ll see several of its wonders as you tour its highlights. Step inside the Hall of Abencerrajes to gaze up at its star-shaped domed ceiling, and hear the tale of the massacre that took place here during a 15th century banquet. After exploring the palaces, head to the Generalife Gardens to discover where the sultans and Moorish kings of bygone days once relaxed. Featuring abundant flora and distinctive water features, the gardens also comprise two further courtyards, which you’ll see, the Patio de la Acequia and the Patio de la Sultana. You will be dropped back to your hotel after 3 hours.
Day 6: Transfer from Granada to Barcelona Flamenco Show
Today morning, check-out from your hotel. You will be transferred to the train station to take the high speed train from Granada to Barcelona. The journey takes around 3 and half hours. Upon arrival at Barcelona you will be met and transferred to your hotel. Check-in and relax for some time. Experience the fire and passion of Spain’s national dance at Tablao Flamenco Cordobés, one of Barcelona's top flamenco venues, located in heart of the Ramblas. Enjoy an evening of spectacular entertainment in sumptuous surroundings that are reminiscent of the Alhambra in Granada under the roof where some of the greatest names in flamenco have performed over the years, bequeathing the tablao with a legendary status.The Tablao Flamenco Cordobés is the ideal setting for a romantic and intimate evening as you experience an interpretation of the most passionate of art forms. You'll see how singing, dancing and music is combined to provide a spectacle packed with fire, drama and passion. Improvisation is a key element of flamenco, with each artist individually interpreting the rhythm and communicating the beat to the other performers, giving flamenco the rawness that aficionados so crave. Communication between the artists and audience is a vital part of the performance.
Day 7: Barcelona Highlights with Sagrada Familia
Get your bearings of the city on a comprehensive full day tour of the best of Barcelona. The tour will start at Passeig de Gracia, an elegant boulevard dating from the early 20th Century. Here we'll find two of visionary architect Antoni Gaudi's most emblematic creations, Casa Mila and Casa Batllo. We'll go on a tour of Casa Batllo, your guide will provide you with a wealth of details and fascinating snippets of information about this incredible building. Next stop is a guided tour of La Sagrada Familia, Gaudi's great unfinished masterwork. We'll continue down to the old port, a recently renovated area, extending the city centre from the Rambla down to the sea. In this attractive area, popular with locals and tourists alike you'll find a wealth of restaurants, shops, nightclubs and frequent open-air entertainment.
Day 8: Full Day Port Ventura and Ferrari Land
Enjoy a wonderful experience with your family, full of excitement, adrenaline and fun. In Ferrari Land you will be able to put yourself in the shoes of an F1 driver and learn about the legendary Italian brand’s secrets and about its creator, Enzo Ferrari. 11 rides all boasting the latest technology await you in this innovative park, dedicated to the world of motors. Experience all the sensations of F1 in the fastest and tallest vertical acceleration in Europe. Go from 0 to 180km per hour in 5 seconds before reaching its highest and vertiginous point, standing at 112 metres above the ground. Experiment with your adrenaline rush on the freefall tower, a giant representation of a motor’s pistons and on the rebound tower that throws you towards the ground and sky, simulating the movement of the pistons in a Ferrari motor. Experience an unforgettable day of rip-roaring fun at PortAventura and enjoy one of Europe's biggest theme parks in this day trip from Barcelona. Discover a universe divided into five distinct cultural worlds – each area is packed with attractions for young and old. Explore the Mediterranean, Mexico, the Far East, China and Polynesia. You'll find almost 40 attractions, including roller-coasters, water rides and free fall simulators as well as 100 daily performances of shows and plenty of shops, restaurants and cafeterias.
Day 9: Departure from Barcelona
Today we head back home after a fun filled and wonderful tour. Check-out after breakfast and head for the airport for your flight home. We hope you carry some wonderful and magnificent memories of your holiday and request you to spare a few minutes, in giving us a feedback about your holiday.
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