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Spain in 11 Days

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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)

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WHY YOU’LL LOVE THIS TOUR

SAGRADA FAMILIA
This unfinished Roman Catholic basilica has been under construction for 150 years and is already a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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.

DIVERSE GASTRONOMY

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.

PAELLA
Paella is one of the best-known dishes in Spanish cuisine originally from Valencia.
FLAMENCO DANCING
A Spanish art form made up of guitar, song and dance.

DIVERSE CULTURE

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.


1

Barcelona | Arrival

Welcome to Barcelona, the cultural heart of northern Spain. You will be met at the airport and transferred to your hotel. The rest of the day is free.
2

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.

Breakfast the most important meal of the day. We select fabulous hotels with both local authentic and western breakfast so you are well prepared to enjoy your travel tours.Breakfast

SAGRADA FAMILIA
This unfinished Roman Catholic basilica has been under construction for 150 years and is already a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

PARK GUELL
A public park composed of gardens, mosaics and architectural elements designed by Antoni Gaudi.

3

Barcelona - Granada | A Feast For The Senses

Join a local expert for a walking tour of the labyrinthine Gothic Quarter, and then explore the famous Boqueria, one of the largest open-air food markets in all of Europe. Sample the wide array of products on offer, including perhaps a fresh piping hot churro before continuing to the airport for your flight to Granada. On arrival, transfer to your hotel.
Breakfast the most important meal of the day. We select fabulous hotels with both local authentic and western breakfast so you are well prepared to enjoy your travel tours.Breakfast
4

Granada | Moorish Marvels

A culinary demonstration and Family Foodie Experience introduces the fine art of preparing a Spanish paella, which you’ll enjoy for lunch.
Later, visit the famed fairy-tale-like Alhambra palace and fortress. This massive construction was built in the mid-13th century by the Moors and later housed the royal court of Ferdinand and Isabella. Return to your hotel for an evening at leisure.
Breakfast the most important meal of the day. We select fabulous hotels with both local authentic and western breakfast so you are well prepared to enjoy your travel tours.Breakfast   Have fun on one of our travel tours with everything include lunches that are prepared and convenient for you. We take the stress away from our guests and allow your more time to really enjoy themselves.  Lunch

ALHAMBRA
The Palacios Nazaríes in the Alhambra is the finest Islamic building in Europe.

PAELLA
Paella is one of the best-known dishes in Spanish cuisine originally from Valencia.

5

Granada - Jerez - Cádiz | Equestrian Arts

Depart for the coast today. In Jerez, venture behind the scenes at the world-renowned Royal Andalusian School of Equestrian Art, witnessing the training of these exceptional horses and visiting with them in their stables. Sit down to a late tapas lunch and enjoy an introduction to the world of sherry. Continue to the port city of Cádiz and check-in to your oceanfront Spanish parador.
Breakfast the most important meal of the day. We select fabulous hotels with both local authentic and western breakfast so you are well prepared to enjoy your travel tours.Breakfast
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Cádiz | Free Day

Explore Cádiz on your own today. This is one of the oldest cities in Europe. Shop with the locals in the Central Market and enjoy watching the local lifestyle.
Breakfast the most important meal of the day. We select fabulous hotels with both local authentic and western breakfast so you are well prepared to enjoy your travel tours.Breakfast

CÁDIZ
Cádiz is an ancient port city in the Andalucia region of southwestern Spain. Its port boomed in the 16th-century as a base for exploration and trade.

CÁDIZ WATER FRONT
On the waterfront is the domed 18th-century Cádiz Cathedral featuring baroque and neoclassical elements.

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Cádiz | Gibraltar

Venture to nearby Gibraltar for a day trip. This is a British colony on the Spanish mainland. While exploring this unusual outpost; keep an eye out for the Barbary macaque, the only monkey species native to Europe.
Breakfast the most important meal of the day. We select fabulous hotels with both local authentic and western breakfast so you are well prepared to enjoy your travel tours.Breakfast

THE ROCK OF GIBRALTAR
The Rock is one of the most dramatic landforms of southern Europe.

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Cádiz - Seville | Land Of The Flamenco

Depart this morning for Seville where you can try some fancy footwork at a private flamenco lesson. After a quick bite for lunch, embark on a walking tour of the Santa Cruz district that includes a visit to the Royal Alcázars palace. Tonight, watch Seville’s dancing pros in action at a fabulous post-dinner flamenco show in one of the city’s best venues.
Breakfast the most important meal of the day. We select fabulous hotels with both local authentic and western breakfast so you are well prepared to enjoy your travel tours.Breakfast

PLAZA DE ESPANA, SEVILLE
This plaza showcases elements of Baroque Revival, Renaissance Revival and Moorish Revival styles of Spanish architecture.

FLAMENCO DANCING
A Spanish art form made up of guitar, song and dance.

SPANISH TILES
The brilliant and colorful tiles decorate churches, palaces and homes throughout Spain.

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Seville - Madrid | Artistic Treasure Hunt

Ride like a local on a high-speed train to Madrid, the capital of Spain. On arrival, visit San Miguel Market one of the best places in the city to sample tapas.
Then, set out on a treasure hunt in the Royal Palace of Madrid, a fancy jewel box of a palace featuring works by Francisco de Goya. Afterwards, your evening is free to explore this vibrant city on your own.
Breakfast the most important meal of the day. We select fabulous hotels with both local authentic and western breakfast so you are well prepared to enjoy your travel tours.Breakfast

ROYAL PALACE & ALMUDENA CATHEDRAL
The palace is considered Spain's jewel-box even though the royal family has moved out of this 2800 room palace to more modest accommodations.

SPANISH SOCIAL SCENES
Tapas are a part of the social tradition of the Spanish people. Join the conversations and share delicious food at the tables.

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Madrid - Segovia | Castles & Knights

A day trip to Segovia, a city that predates the arrival of the Romans. Take a walking tour of the Old Town that includes the Roman Aqueduct and the Jewish Quarter.
After lunch, continue for a private tour of the Alcázar (castle) and its Royal Armory (complete with authentic Middle Ages suits of armor and weapons) before returning to Madrid. This evening, celebrate your adventures at a farewell dinner.
  • Breakfast the most important meal of the day. We select fabulous hotels with both local authentic and western breakfast so you are well prepared to enjoy your travel tours.Breakfast     Enjoy local authentic cuisine during your dinner at one of our travel tours. Develop new friendships with other members along the way.  Dinner

THE ANCIENT CITY OF SEGOVIA
A magical city of warm terracotta and sandstone hues set amidst rolling hills.

A ROMAN AQUEDUCT IN THE MIDST OF THE CITY
The soaring aqueduct was built in the 1st century A.D. and remains one of the most intact Roman aqueducts.

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Depart Madrid

After breakfast the tour ends. Hotel check-out and transfer to Madrid airport for your flight home.
Breakfast the most important meal of the day. We select fabulous hotels with both local authentic and western breakfast so you are well prepared to enjoy your travel tours.Breakfast

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