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Monday Departures (Apr- Oct)
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Departure from Plaza de Oriente at 08:30 a.m. Drive along the land of Don Quixote “The Man from La Mancha” to the land of Andalucia famous for its Moorish culture and fiery music. Stop at Córdoba. City tour including the Mosque a renowned World Heritage Site with columns collected from all over the world. Stroll around the atmospheric white washed alleys of the Jewish Quarter admiring the many enclosed little patios full of flowers. Continue to Seville. Dinner and overnight.
After breakfast enjoy a panoramic city tour and visit the exterior of the Cathedral, Santa Cruz Quarter eternalized in Bizet’s Carmen; the Maria Luisa Gardens and the Spain square. Afternoon at leisure to discover exclusive views and special ambiance of this Andalusian city on your own. You can visit the inside of Seville’s cathedral with the remains of Christopher Columbus or marvelous Alcazar Palace with it carved rooms and palm shaded gardens still functioning as a royal palce. Dinner and overnight. Optional Flamenco tour in Seville.
Breakfast and departure via the Caliphate road to Granada passing though thousands of olive trees to the former stronghold of the Moors. Visit the Alhambra and Generalife gardens with their many hidden fountains and patios. The palace was the last stronghold of the Moorish Kingdom up to 1492, an amazing architecture where carved stone and garden rooms create a perfect harmony. Dinner and accommodation. Optional Gipsy night tour in Granada at the Sacromonte section of the city.
Morning departure towards the Mediterranean coast via Murcia to Alicante, a popular seaside resort city. Reach Valencia, the second largest city on the coast with a vibrant nightlife and culture famous for its sophistication. It is a city where old and Avantgarde meet in harmony. It is also the home of the internationally renowned “Paella”. Accommodation in Valencia.
After breakfast morning city tour of Valencia to discover some of the enchanting corners of the city and the striking new Arts and Sciences Atchitectural Complex designed by the architect Santiago Calatrava. Early afternoon departure to Barcelona along the shores of the Mediterranean coast to the province of Catalonia via the Roman city of Tarragona. Overnight in Barcelona.
After breakfast join the morning city tour. Drive along the main avenues, with impressive buildings by Gaudi, symbol of the Catalonian modernism. Visit the Montjuich park with spectacular views of the city and harbor, the Olympic Ring, monument to Columbus and the old Gothic Quarter, the inner heart of the old city. Afternoon at leisure to discover this lively city many secrets, avenues and boutiques, etc. on your own. Possibility to join an optional tour to nearby Monserrat famous for its Black Madonna to ascend to the monastery via a cogwheel. Overnight in Barcelona.
Breakfast. You can end the tour in Barcelona if you wish, or return to Madrid with the group in which case morning departure to Zaragoza, capital city of Aragona. Time free to see some of its Baroque architecture and the Basilica of Our Lady Pilar on your own and time for lunch. Continue to Madrid where services end.