Affordable Group Tour with Secure Departures
With a week and a day in Spain, you can hit the highlights of two or three different regions. That would include stops in the most famous cities in the country like Barcelona and Madrid, plus allow time for island hopping. Take a road trip through Andalusia, laze on the beaches of Ibiza, discover the hidden coves of the Costa Brava, and more with these unique itineraries.
Make your own way to the airport serving the gateway you've chosen to take a plane to Madrid. savour the onboard catering and services.
Greetings from Madrid! You will be welcomed at Adolfo Suárez Madrid–Barajas International Airport and driven to your hotel so you can check-in. Madrid overnight
You'll leave for a tour of Madrid after breakfast. With its Arabic fortress in the Barrio de la Morera, known for its historic structures, the city's mediaeval origins are shown on this panoramic tour. Drive through the Hapsburg courtesan district, which is highlighted by Phillip II's Renaissance and Baroque-style buildings, the Puerta del Sol, Plaza Mayor, and Plaza de la Villa; the Bourbons' Madrid, which features the Royal Palace, the Cibeles and Neptuno Fountains, and the Puerta de Alcalá, as well as Charles III's intricate town planning designs. Admire creations from the 19th century, such as the Prado Museum. From there, you can see Modern Madrid's commercial and financial districts, the iconic Las Ventas Bull Ring, and the Santiago Bernabéu Football Stadium, as well as neighbourhoods like Gran Via, Castellana, the Salamanca neighbourhood, Plaza Castilla, and Parque del Oeste. Spend the afternoon leisurely discovering all that wonderful city has to offer. Madrid overnight
Drive across the La Mancha region of southern Spain after breakfast. You will pass by a lot of wineries along the way. Before entering Andalucia, a region with a glorious past, through the Despeaperros (a natural gorge), there will be a quick halt in Puerto Lápice. Enjoy a tour of Cordoba's magnificent Mosque and other remarkable monuments when you arrive. Take the chance to meander around the Jewish Quarter's winding, tiny lanes. We'll get to Seville this afternoon after a quick two-hour journey. Seville dinner and overnight
Enjoy a panoramic tour of Seville this morning, which includes the Cathedral, which is the second-largest Catholic church in the world after St. Peter's in Rome. You will find Maria Luisa Park, Spain Square, and the Santa Cruz Quarter, which served as a perfect setting for the opera "Carmen" and the Don Juan legend. Take the afternoon to explore Seville at your leisure. Seville dinner and overnight
Following breakfast, you will travel to Granada, the last remaining stronghold of the Moorish Kingdoms up to 1492, by traveling east through Andalucia, where you might come across an unending number of olive trees. Visit the Generalife Gardens and the renowned Alhambra. Authors like W. Irving were influenced by this environment when writing Tales of the Alhambra. Enjoy your free time this afternoon. Overnight in Granada after dinner
You will travel this morning to Toledo, which is a city with a World Heritage designation and is bordered by the Tagus River. Christian, Muslim, and Jewish civilizations all cohabit in this area. This town is a national monument in its entirety. You'll see Toledo's most significant landmarks, its winding streets, and a demonstration of the well-known "Damasquinado" technique, which the Moors used to inlay gold or silver threads into black steel. You will then travel back to Madrid. Madrid overnight
To check-in for your trip back home, you will be driven back to Adolfo Suárez Madrid–Barajas International Airport today.