Spain

Spain - 09 Nights / 10 Days

Itinerary

DAY 01:

Arrive at Madrid

On arrival at Madrid airport, transfer to hotel by shuttle. Later Madrid sightseeing based on regular basis with royal palace included. Sightseeing is combined with Royal Palace, one of the emblematic monuments of Madrid. It was built in the 18th century in Italian style, former residence of Spanish bourbon dynasty kings. Its vast and impressive interior spaces host numerous art pieces of paintings, tapestries, clocks, crystals. The tour includes the high-lights of the history and architecture of the city of Madrid.

Overnight in Madrid.

DAY 02:

Toledo tour, Madrid – Sevilla

Buffet breakfast at hotel. Toledo full day excursion. Toledo is one of the Spanish cities with the greatest wealth of monuments, known as the “city of the three cultures”, because Christians, Arabs and Jews lived together there for centuries, behind its walls Toledo preserves an artistic and cultural legacy in the form of churches, palaces, fortresses, mosques and synagogues. This great diversity of artistic styles makes the old quarter of the capital of La Mancha a real open-air museum, which has led to it being declared a world heritage site. Toledo distance from Madrid 70 km. Later transfer to Madrid train station (on your own) to board the train from Madrid to Sevilla. On arrival at Seville station make your own way to the hotel & check-in.

Overnight in Sevilla.

DAY 03:

Sevilla City Tour

Buffet breakfast at hotel. Half day Sevilla sightseeing based on regular basis. The tour starts at the Isla De La Cartuja which was chosen as the site for the expo’92, an appropriate reflection of the world at the end of the 20th century. Laid out in 1929 for the Ibero-American exhibition, the Plaza De España and adjoining Maria Luisa park are among the most pleasant and impressive public spaces in spain. Located east of the cathedral, they are a perfect base from where to explore the highlights of the city. Nearby is Seville’s old Jewish quarter, the Barrio De Santa Cruz with its narrow white alleys, flowered patios and wrought ironed balconies.

Overnight at Sevilla

DAY 04:

Sevilla – Cordoba

Buffet breakfast at hotel. Córdoba excursion based on regular basis. Córdoba has throughout history been a cultural melting pot, providing a powerful source of inspiration to poets and artists. More than 2,000 years are contained in its history. Jews, Muslims and Christians have left a definite mark, enriching the city throughout centuries and making Cordoba a city of tolerance. This cultural richness is epitomized in the mosque of Cordoba, a structure of universal magnificence. The construction of the mosque begun in the year 785. The building evolved over centuries and was added to by various Arab kings; it is therefore a mixture of different architectural styles. inside, a forest of about 850 columns make for a repetitive motif of crisscrossing alleys not unlike the effect of a hall of mirrors. After the visit to the mosque, enjoy a walk through the nearby Jewish quarter and the Calleja De Las Flores. Short visit to the only remaining synagogue of the city.

Later transfer from hotel to train station on your own to board the train from Sevilla to Málaga. On arrival at Malaga train station make your own way to the hotel & check-in.

Overnight in Malaga

DAY 05:

Malaga city tour

Enjoy hop on - hop off tour in Malaga. Known as the capital of Costa Del Sol, Málaga is the major coastal city of Andalucia. Founded by the Phoenicians more than 3000 years ago and later conquered by Carthaginians, Romans, Visigoths and moors. Malaga has a colourful history which is well preserved in its monuments and remains around town. Today Malaga is a cosmopolitan city, which apart from the tourist industry, has Spain’s second largest port and third largest international airport.

Overnight in Malaga.

DAY 06:

Malaga – Valencia

Buffet breakfast at hotel. Transfer from hotel to Málaga train station to board the train (on your own) to Valencia. On arrival at Valencia train station make your own way to hotel & check-in.

Overnight in Valencia.

DAY 07:

Valencia City Tour

Today enjoy the hop on - hop off tour of Valencia. Explore Valencia, through a visit to the city’s most important monuments, most of them located within a walking distance from the city’s main square:

Plaza Del Ayuntamiento (town hall square): a triangular main square presided over by the town hall,undoubtedly a meeting point for inhabitants.

Central market: a huge iron, glass and tile art nouveau building, one of the most attractive markets in Europe.

Former silk exchange “La Lonja”: an exquisite late gothic hall, used as a commodities exchange.

Cathedral: a building originally built in 1262, standing on the site of a former mosque.

Turia river bed gardens: a long strip of gardens, athletic fields and playgrounds crossed by a dozen medieval bridges.

Ciutat De Les Arts I Les Ciències (city of arts & sciences): a great complex focusing on the themes of art, science and nature.

Overnight in Valencia.

DAY 08:

Valencia – Barcelona

Buffet breakfast at hotel. Transfer from hotel to Valencia train station (on your own) to board the train to Barcelona. On arrival at Barcelona train station, transfer to hotel (on your own).

Half day Gaudi tour on regular basis. This tour will take you to the best of Gaudi, at different points of the city, in a comfortable coach and avoiding entrance queues. Antoni Gaudí, visionary architect during Barcelona’s modernist (art nouveau) period early last century, graced Barcelona with nearly all his extraordinary and beautiful buildings. No less than 7 have been listed as world heritage by UNESCO. We will explain what makes them extraordinary: the detail, the symbols, the structural secrets, the technical innovation, and give you a guided tour of park Güell and the Sagrada Família.

Overnight in Barcelona.

DAY 09:

Barcelona

Buffet breakfast at hotel. Half day Montserrat sightseeing based on regular basis. Montserrat and the Penedès region are symbolic of the two poles of the Catalan character: the spiritual and the celebratory. Montserrat, an imposing rocky outcrop, smoothed away by years of wind and rain, is the holy mountain of Catalonia, which houses the revered image of the black virgin. the Penedès region, also located very near to Barcelona, is the area traditionally associated with producing cava –the local variety of champagne- and white and red wines. This trail ends with a tour of some of the region’s oldest wineries, and with a tasting of their products.

DAY 10:

Fly Back

Buffet breakfast at hotel. Later transfer by shuttle from the hotel to Barcelona airport to board the flight back home. Return home with wonderful memories of your holiday with Cathrrine Travels.

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