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Spain & Portugal

Barcelona - Park Guell, Spain

12 Days 11 Nights Best of Spain & Portugal

Multiple Country Tour -Spain & Portugal Madrid - Sevilla - Granada - Córdoba - Porto - Lisbon

Pax Type Tourist ClassFirst ClassDeluxe Class
Twin Sharing 178720552386
Triple Sharing176020282345
Single Supp6848701188
City Tourist ClassFirst ClassDeluxe Class
BarcelonaHoliday Inn Express City 22 Mercure Barcelona Condor Pullman Barcelona Skipper
MadridHoliday Inn Madrid-Piramides NH Madrid Ribera del Manzanares NH Collection Madrid Suecia
SevilleHotel Derby Sevilla Hesperia Sevilla Eurostars Torre Sevilla
PortoHotel Tryp Porto Centro Hotel Eurostars HeroismoSheraton Porto Hotel & Spa
LisbonIbis Styles Marques de PombaMercure LisboaIntercontinental Lisbon

Package Includes:
● 11 Nights Accommodation
● Breakfast Daily
● Return Airport or Train Station Transfers on Private Basis
● Train Tickets – Barcelona/Madrid/Seville & Porto – Lisbon
● Seville- Porto (Flights Tickets)
● All tours on seat in coach basis as per itinerary

All rates quoted are in Euro and per person basis

Meet and greet upon arrival at Barcelona Airport. Transfer to your hotel. Check in Hotel. Rest of the day free at leisure. Overnight at the Hotel

Breakfast at the Hotel. Make your own way to the start point for the tour. Explore Barcelona Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour. Simply hop aboard the open-top, double-decker bus and set off to explore the ancient, mediaeval and modern sights of beautiful Barcelona. Sit back into your comfortable seat and informative onboard audio commentary as you weave your way through Barcelona’s elegant avenues, pretty squares, mediaeval lanes and palm-lined waterfronts. Switch between the different bus routes as you wish to explore different areas and aspects of the city, or stay aboard for the full loop to gain an overview of the city’s sights and landmarks. When you’re ready, hop off at any of the conveniently located stops and explore the attractions on foot, at your leisure. Perhaps meander around the mediaeval alleys of the Gothic Quarter; stop off to visit the extraordinary UNESCO-World Heritage-listed La Sagrada Familia church designed by the late, great architect Antoni Gaudi; or soak up the lively atmosphere, shops and street theatre along the vibrant Las Ramblas. Alternatively, hop off to visit some of Barcelona’s cultural hotspots or to take a stroll around Port Olímpic, the picturesque palm-dotted marina crowned by a giant copper fish sculpture by Frank Gehry. These are just a sprinkling of the many things you can see and do during your hop-off hop-on tour! Buses depart from each stop regularly throughout the day. Overnight at the Hotel.

Breakfast at the Hotel. Morning free to explore Barcelona on your own. In the afternoon you will have a departure transfer to Barcelona train Station. Here you will connect to the High Speed AVE Train to Madrid. (Standard Class Train Ticket Included). Arrive in Madrid and you will be transferred to your hotel. Check in Hotel. Rest of the day free at leisure to explore Madrid. Overnight at the Hotel

Breakfast at the Hotel. Today you can go on a Hop on Hop Off Tour of Madrid. Take a seat on an open-top double-decker bus sightseeing tour of Madrid that lets you create your own itinerary. This hop-on hop-off Madrid bus tour offers multiple stops along two routes that interconnect around the city — your ticket is valid on both. Remain on the bus for each loop while you listen to onboard commentary via an audio headset, or hop on and off at any stop to explore city sights on your own (admission fees are not included). Follow Route 1 (Blue Route) to view the Belle Epoque buildings of historical Madrid. Disembark to explore the Royal Palace, Almudena Cathedral, and the Prado Museum, or admire Gran Vía, Madrid’s main thoroughfare. Switch to Route 2 (Green Route) to focus on 19th- and 20th-century Madrid. Travel past skyscrapers and the legendary Bernabéu stadium—home to Real Madrid FC—along the Paseo de la Castellana. Perhaps stroll through the elegant bourgeois enclave of Salamanca, or visit the city’s many museums with a focus on archaeology, sculpture, natural science and more. In the evening return to your hotel. Overnight at the Hotel.

Breakfast at the hotel, In the morning departure transfer to the train station to connect your High Speed AVE train to Seville. (Standard Class Train Ticket Included). Arrival transfer to your Hotel. Check into the Hotel. In the afternoon you will proceed with your Seville City Sightseeing Hop on Hop Off bus at any of the 12 stops around Seville. Then, simply watch the sights roll by, accompanied by the on-board audio commentary, available in 15 languages. Remain aboard for the 1-hour full loop, or hop on and off as you wish to explore on foot. Why not hop off near Seville Cathedral to admire this incredible church, one of the world’s largest Gothic cathedrals? Or perhaps visit the stunning Plaza de España, built for the 1929 Ibero-American Exposition world fair, and set in glorious Maria Luisa Park. Alternatively, hop off to admire the 13th-century Tower of Gold beside the Guadalquivir River; visit the Archaeological Museum at the Plaza de América, or to ride the coasters at the sla Magica theme park. Your ticket also includes free entry to several Seville attractions among others, enjoy complimentary admission to the Castle of St George Inquisition Museum, once the seat of the Spanish Inquisition; and join a free walking tour to take in attractions such as Seville Cathedral and the markets and lanes of the historical Macarena quarter. Later return to your hotel. Overnight at the Hotel

Breakfast at the Hotel. You will be picked up at around 0615 hrs for this Full-day Granada, Alhambra Palace, and Albaicin tour from Seville. Enjoy priority access with skip-the-line tickets to the Alhambra Palace (Admission Included). Explore the UNESCO-listed Alhambra Palace and Nasrid Palace on a guided walking tour Discover the hidden Nasrid palaces of the Albaicin quarter on an optional walking tour. The Alhambra is a palace and fortress complex located in Granada, Andalusia, Spain. It was originally constructed as a small fortress in AD 889 on the remains of Roman fortifications, and then largely ignored until its ruins were renovated and rebuilt in the mid-13th century by the Nasrid emir Mohammed ben Al-Ahmar of the Emirate of Granada, who built its current palace and walls. It was converted into a royal palace in 1333 by Yusuf I, Sultan of Granada. The Palace of Charles V (Admission Included) is a Renaissance building in Granada, southern Spain, located on the top of the hill of the Assabica, inside the Nasrid fortification of the Alhambra. The building has never been a home to a monarch and stood roofless until 1957. The structure was commanded by Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor, who wished to establish his residence close to the Alhambra palaces. Although the Catholic Monarchs had already altered some rooms of the Alhambra after the conquest of the city in 1492, Charles V intended to construct a permanent residence befitting an emperor. The project was given to Pedro Machuca, an architect whose biography and influences are poorly understood. At the time, Spanish architecture was immersed in the Plateresque style, still with traces of Gothic origin. Machuca built a palace corresponding stylistically to Mannerism, a mode still in its infancy in Italy. The exterior of the building uses a typical Renaissance combination of rustication on the lower level and ashlar on the upper. Even if accounts that place Machuca in the atelier of Michelangelo are accepted, at the time of the construction of the palace in 1527, the latter had yet to design the majority of his architectural works. The Palacio de Generalife (Admission Included) was the summer palace and country estate of the Nasrid rulers of the Emirate of Granada in Al-Andalus, now beside the city of Granada in the autonomous community of Andalusia, Spain. The Alcazaba (Admission Included) was a building used for military purposes. The first Arab constructions date back to the Caliphate period, possibly built over some ruins of a Roman fortress. In the 11th century, the “ziríes” expanded the enclosure, when Granada was the capital city of one of the “Taifas” kingdoms. Even so, the main constructions date from the “nazarie” period (13th to 15th centuries). At this enclosure there are also some Christian additions like the round “Cubo” Tower. The Albaicín (Admission is Free) as it was known under Muslim rule, is a district of Granada, in the autonomous community of Andalusia, Spain. It retains the narrow winding streets of its Mediaeval Moorish past dating back to the Nasrid Kingdom of Granada. It was declared a World Heritage Site in 1984, along with the Alhambra. In the evening return back to Seville. Overnight at the Hotel.

Breakfast at the Hotel. Enjoy a Full Day Tour of Cordoba. You will be picked up from your hotel in the morning around 0800 hrs, Relax during the 1.5-hour journey to Cordoba. Get acquainted with the history and cultural mélange of the fascinating city as your guide offers an introductory narration throughout the journey. On arrival, immediately notice the charismatic mix of Muslim, Christian and Jewish architecture and disembark to explore the historical heart of the city on foot. Weave your way down Cordoba’s quaint cobbled lanes and observe the abundance of flowering balcony boxes, antique bodegas and bespoke craft boutiques. Heart of the UNESCO World Heritage-listed city’s prosperous past. We will visit Mezquita Catedral de Córdoba (Admission Included). Enter Cordoba’s most important monument, the Mezquita (aka the Mosque-Cathedral of Cordoba), a symbol of the many religious changes the city has undergone over the centuries. Originally a Catholic church, it was converted into an Islamic mosque in the Middle Ages, then back into a church after the Reconquista. With its otherworldly architecture, the Mezquita is considered one of the most accomplished Moorish monuments in the world. Notice the mix of stately Roman columns, Baroque and Renaissance frescoes and Moorish tiles and arches as you stroll the interior. whose streets stretch out like capillaries and emerge onto tucked-away courtyards buzzing with locals enjoying post-siesta tapas. Next, head over to the old Jewish quarter (Juderia), whose streets stretch out like capillaries and emerge onto tucked-away courtyards buzzing with locals enjoying post-siesta tapas. Listen as your guide points out the distinctly Moorish flair to these mediaeval alleys, reminiscent of the Jews’ prosperity under the Caliphate of Cordoba. Here you’ll visit the Cordoba Synagogue, (Admission Included) one of the few synagogues existing today in Spain, built in 1315 in Mudéjar style. Before leaving Cordoba, walk down the tiny Calleja de las Flores alleyway, one of the most popular streets in the city. Look back to see Mezquita’s tower peaking between the corridor. The Calleja de las Flores

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