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Plaza of Madrid

Scintillating Spain

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The word Spain originated from the Roman name "Hispania". Spain is the second largest country in Europe, next to France, which is located in an area known as the Iberian Peninsula. This island is surrounded by the Mediterranean sea in the south to the east, Atlantic Ocean to the west and the Bay of Biscay to the north

Theme/Type: Adventure, Honeymoon, Luxury

Booking Period: 1st Mar, 2019 - 31st Mar, 2020

Travel Period: 1st Mar, 2019 - 31st Mar, 2020

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Arrive in Madrid

  • Today arrive at Madrid Barajas International airport and transfer to the hotel. After check in day free for leisure. Madrid - Welcome to the capital of Spain! Madrid is known as much for its cultural and artistic heritage as it is known for its ‘fiestas’ (parties) and appetite of fun and frolic! After check in explore Madrid by your own. Overnight in Madrid.

Madrid: Toledo and panoramic tour of Madrid

  • Today morning after breakfast, proceed for the Toledo and panoramic tour of Madrid. Spain old and new comes to life with this exciting two-city day tour of the former and current capitals of the country. In the morning, visit historic Toledo just an hour south of Madrid and in the afternoon enjoy a sightseeing tour of the modern metropolis. Admire palaces, churches and parks, and wonder at medieval majesty, Gothic grandeur, baroque brilliance and renaissance intelligence with this memorable excursion.
  • Situated on a steep bend in the River Tagus, Toledo was twice the capital, an honour that has bequeathed a cultural and architectural legacy that has earned it the status of UNESCO world heritage site. See buildings from almost all periods of Spanish history: Moorish, Gothic, Mudejar, Renaissance, Habsburg and Baroque. See the glorious Gothic cathedral, wander the cobbled alleys, where time seems to have stood still, while following in the footsteps of the great master, El Greco. See the imposing Alcazar fortress, the imperial gateway to the city and much, much more.
  • Back in Madrid, the panoramic tour travels through the ages, from the city's origins as an Arab fortress to the modern boulevards of its sophisticated districts. Drive through the courtly Madrid of the Habsburgs, with its great Renaissance and baroque buildings. Visit the Madrid of the Bourbon monarchs with its great fountains and vast royal palace. Discover the commercial and financial areas of contemporary city and head to the legendary Las Ventas bullring and the world-famous Santiago Bernabeu football stadium, home to Real Madrid. Overnight in Madrid.

Madrid-Cordoba

  • Today morning after breakfast, proceed for the Madrid station to carry forward for the train journey towards Cordoba. After reaching Cordoba, check in to the hotel. Córdoba - was once the premier city of the western world, the greatest metropolis west of constantinople, and the seat of Europe’s first university. Today, there’s a modern commercial center, but most travellers love strolling the town’s ancient cobblestone streets, peeking through gates for glimpses of lush flowers and beautiful tiled fountains. Later in the evening discover another side to Cordoba once the tourist hordes have gone away leaving the streets silent and strangely empty. We’ll go for a peaceful night-time stroll around some of the main attractions of the city, as we experience the deep silence of the mediaeval alleys of the Jewish Quarter and other historic neighbourhoods of this ancient city.
  • Explore intimate corners where the whitewashed walls contrast with the dark evening shadows. Venture into secluded alleys perfumed by rose and jasmine as you learn all about the myths and legends of this most mysterious of cities. The tour starts at the town’s famous roman bridge, spanning the slow moving Guadalquivir River, we’ll pass through the triumphal arch of San Rafael, heading for the tangle of narrow mediaeval streets surrounding the Mezquita. We’ll wander around this maze of alleyways with such evocative names as la Calleja de las Flores, la Calleja del Pañuelo and la Calleja de las Flores. The atmosphere here at night is completely different without the crowds of daytime visitors. We’ll pass the magnificent Episcopal palace, as we venture into the old Jewish quarter with its many characteristic squares and labyrinthine street plan. Nearby we’ll find the Plaza Corredera, the only closed Plaza Mayor in Andalusia.
  • he tour ends at the Plaza de los Capuchinos with its world famous Cristo de los Faroles, a particularly impressive sight in the evening where you can admire the image of Christ on the Cross, lit up with flickering lanterns and candles and decorated with colourful flowers in an atmosphere of quiet reclusion. Overnight in Cordoba. {Madrid to Cordoba by train is approx. 02 hrs, Meeting/ pick-up point: Hotel Hesperia Córdoba. Avda. Fray Albino}

Cordoba–Seville

  • (Day free for leisure on your own or evening tour in the Santa Cruz area)
  • Today morning after breakfast, proceed for the Cordoba station to carry forward for the train journey towards Seville. After reaching Seville, check in to the hotel. Later in the evening enjoy Seville tour by your own or enjoy evening tour in the Santa Cruz area (Optional at additional cost). With temperatures often hitting 40C in the summer, the coolest way to see Seville is without a doubt at night. This literary-historical two-hour walking tour of the historic Santa Cruz district starts at 9pm, which should be mild enough. As you explore the narrow streets and picturesque plazas of what was for centuries the city’s Jewish quarter, you will be regaled by verses penned by the poets most closely associated with the Andalusian capital. Like the rest of the city, Santa Cruz, which means Holy Cross, has had its ups and downs. Following the expulsion of the Jews in 1492, the district entered a period a period of declines, which allowed it to preserve much of its medieval layout and architecture. As a result, it is a warren of whitewashed lanes, alleys, archways and patios, meaning Santa Cruz is redolent of old Seville.
  • As the tour winds itself from the Plaza de la Virgen de los Reyes, site of the Giralda, to the Patio de las Banderas – which has gorgeous views of the belfry – listen to verses from poets such as Becquer, Machado and Aleixandre. This is a tour in which the exuberant guide is part of the experience as you will discover. Continue on to some of the most popular squares in the quarter, Plaza de los Venerables, Plaza de Santa Cruz, Plaza de Doa Elvira, and walk in the shadow of the old walls. Pause occasionally to hear the stories behind some of the statues and memorials in the area such as those dedicated to Don Juan Tenorio and Washington Irving. Overnight in Seville.
  • {Cordoba to Seville by train is approx. 45 mins.}

Seville

  • Today morning after breakfast, proceed for Granada tour. Granada is one of the world's most beautiful cities and a must see for anybody visiting the South of Spain. Learn how the different civilisations passing through Andalusia have left a cultural legacy that is a marvel of the world. Visit the Alhambra, the jewel in the crown of this beautiful city, nestling at the foot of the Sierra Nevada Mountains and you'll understand why the last Moorish king cried for this lost city when it was conquered by the Catholic armies in the fateful year of 1492. This day trip from Seville includes a visit to the Alhambra Palace complex with its many palaces, grand halls, sumptuously decorated chambers and exquisite gardens. Then follow your guide through the beautiful generalife Gardens, a lush paradise packed with fountains, flowers and secluded shady patios. Then at the end of the tour you will have plenty of time to relax in Granada or explore this most magical of cities for yourself before catching the coach back to Seville. Overnight in Seville. {Tour Duration: 12 hrs.}

Seville–Barcelona

  • Today morning after breakfast, proceed for the Cordoba station to carry forward for the train journey towards Seville. After reaching Seville, check in to the hotel. Barcelona - is the capital of Catalonia, in the Kingdom of Spain. It is a Mediterranean city with Roman remains, artistic treasures and beautiful beaches. Barcelona has a rich cultural background and today, it is a significant cultural centre and a popular tourist destination. It has numerous monuments that have featured in the UNESCO world heritage sites like the Park Guell, Casa Mila, La Sagrada Familia, Palau de La Musica Catalana, etc. This enchanting city has so much to offer from ancient architectural wonders to first-rate museums to the Catalan cuisine and the fun-loving people. Visitors can take a stroll along the Ramblas to get entertained by the street performers or take a tram trip to the top of Tibidabo or do some shopping along the Passeig de Gracia, then have a drink by the beach before ending the night at a local club. Those who love the sea can try kayaking, paddle boarding or even taking a sunset cruise. The Collserola Hills provide an excellent setting for hiking and mountain biking. Barcelona is where you will find the beauty of the past, blending perfectly with the excitement of the present. Overnight in Barcelona. {Seville TO Barcelona by train is approx. 05hrs 40 mins}

Barcelona

  • Today morning after breakfast, proceed for Hop on Hop off Barcelona tour. If you want to visit Barcelona at your own pace and with no hurry, the double-decker tourist bus is your option! You can get on and off all day long with the same ticket, and learn about the history of the city through a comfortable audio system with earphones, in 12 different languages. We give you a guide map containing all the stops of the route, and discounts for different establishments in the city. Our new buses are adapted for people with reduced mobility and have a sliding roof in case of rain; they are fitted with anatomical seats, heating on both decks. Moreover, there's always a stewardess on board. There are 2 routes: East and West. Frequency of buses at stops varies depending on the season (between 6 and 15 minutes) and each route takes approximately 2 hours. Overnight in Barcelona.

Barcelona–Ibiza

  • Today morning after breakfast, proceed for the Barcelona Airport to carry forward for the flight journey towards Ibiza. After reaching Barcelona, check into the hotel. Ibiza (Eivissa) is a small island off the coast of Spain. It’s a favourite summer destination among celebrities, young Europeans and sun worshippers in general. Visit one of the island’s extravagant resorts and clubs or lounge in a beach chair with a view of the Mediterranean Sea. Ibiza is a place to see and be seen and the island’s partygoers and beachgoers set trends that then spread across Europe. The ever-popular Café del Mar sunset soundtracks originate on this island.
  • Ibiza is part of the Balearic Islands, an autonomous community of Spain. At Ibiza town, its largest city, enjoy tapas of fresh seafood in its harbour. Follow the narrow, cobblestone lanes up to the historic battlements and cathedral in Dalt Villa, the walled upper town. The southern half of the island has world-famous clubs and upscale resorts near beaches such as Playa d’en Bossa, Cala Jondal and Las Salinas. Relax in the sun or go for a swim at Cala d’Hort, Cala des Moro or Cala Gracio. Head slightly inland to visit clubs such as Privilege and see spectacular dance performances and top DJ talents.
  • The island’s northern half is slightly more rustic in nature. To the northeast of Ibiza town is the village of Santa Eulalia del Rio (Santa Eulària des Riu). Go to its weekly Hippy market: the perfect destination to shop for souvenirs. On a Sunday, head to beautiful Benirrás Beach on the northern coast to watch incredibly rhythmic drumming sessions at sunset. Delve into the nearby Cova de Can Marçà, a network of ancient underground caves. Situated 79 kilometres (49 miles) off the eastern coast of Spain, Ibiza is just a ferry ride or short plane trip away from Valencia and Dénia on the mainland. The island also has an international airport and many ports to dock a yacht. Join the millions of tourists who visit Ibiza each summer to sightsee, sunbathe and celebrate life in style. Overnight in Ibiza.

Ibiza

  • Today morning after breakfast, proceed for Ibiza city tour on your own.
  • Overnight in Ibiza.

Departure from Ibiza to onwards journey

  • Check-out from the hotel and proceed to airport for your onward journey with wonderful memories of your trip!!!

  • 02 Nights’ accommodation in hotel Puerta De Toledo, Madrid or Similar
  • 01 Night’ accommodation in hotel Tryp Cordoba, Cordoba or Similar
  • 02 Nights’ accommodation in hotel Macia Gran Lar, Seville or Similar
  • 02 Nights’ accommodation in hotel Viladomat, Barcelona or Similar
  • 02 Nights’ accommodation in hotel Simbad, Ibiza or Similar
  • Transfers on private from Madrid International Airport / Madrid Station - Madrid Hotel
  • Transfers on private from Barcelona hotel to Barcelona Airport
  • Transfers on private from Ibiza Airport to Ibiza Hotel
  • Transfers on private from Ibiza hotel to Ibiza Airport
  • Toledo and panoramic tour of Madrid
  • Hop on Hop off Barcelona tour
  • 02nd class Eurail ticket from Madrid to Cordoba
  • 02nd class Eurail ticket from Cordoba to Seville
  • 02nd class Eurail ticket from Seville to Barcelona
Did you know that Spanish is the second most widely spoken language in the world?

Best time to visit

April to October

The best time to travel in Spain is spring and fall because that is when good weather occurs. The months of April, May, June, September, and October are very good for travel. Summer is quite hot, especially in inland cities like Seville, Cordoba and Madrid.

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