Spain in 11 Days
Let the passion of Spain’s history and its warm people ignite your spirit as you take in world famous architecture in Barcelona, a soaring Roman Aqueduct and the opulent Arab citadel of the Alhambra. Experience the cultural influences of Celtic and Iberian, ancient Romans and Moors. And visit the famous British outpost of Gibraltar.
Dive into the local food scene with a cooking demonstration. Visit open markets where farmers bring in the freshest produce, cheeses and olive oils. See the creativity and the soulful expressions of flamenco dancers. And admire the beautiful horses and skilled riders in the equestrian arts.
This trip is packed with amazing and colorful experiences that leave you wanting to come back again!
11 Days, 10 Nights: Barcelona, Granada, Jerez, Cádiz, Gibraltar, Seville, Madrid, Segovia
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TRIP OVERVIEW (*UNESCO World Heritage Sites)
WHY YOU’LL LOVE THIS TOUR
INSPIRING ARCHITECTURE & STUNNING LANDSCAPE
Spain serves up architectural wonders, from ancient marvels to ultra-modern masterpieces. Visit Roman aqueducts, grand palaces, the still-in-progress after 150 years Sagrada Familia basilica and whimsical Casa Milà. Explore beautiful natural landscapes, the Rock of Gibraltar and ancient coastal towns.
Taste the famous Mediterranean diet of fresh vegetables, jamon (ham), seafood, paella, olive oil and wine. There is no better place to sample authentic local food than in tapas bars, which are also a great venue for people watching. Check out the numerous Michelin starred restaurants too.
This is a journey from artistic Barcelona in the north to historic coastal towns in the south, with palaces and museums of Madrid in the middle. Watch traditional culture, from flamenco dancing to the equestrian arts.
Barcelona | Arrival
Barcelona | City Of Gaudí
This morning, enjoy a panoramic city tour highlighting the playful flowing Modernist designs of Antoni Gaudí. Tour the still-unfinished Sagrada Família Basilica with its wild towers and staggering size, and also see La Pedrera and Casa Mila. After lunch, ride like a local when you descend Montjuic by cable car for panoramic views of the city. Enjoy a harbor cruise then spend the remainder of the day exploring this remarkable city on your own.