Spanish Fiesta

13 Nights | 14 Days

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Spain is bordered by the countries of Andorra, France and Portugal, and by the British colony of Gibraltar. The country is almost completely surrounded by water, including the Atlantic Ocean, Bay of Biscay, Strait of Gibraltar, Alboran, Balearic and Mediterranean Seas.

Capital City







April  to June | September to Mid of November


Madrid | Barcelona | Valencia | Ibiza

Time Zone

GMT +1

Dial Code


Tour Type

Honeymoon Tour | Leisure Tour | Family Tour | Cultural Tour | Couple Tour | Adventure Tour

Package Itinerary

Day 01Arrive Madrid

Upon arrival, transfer to your hotel. Rest of the day is at leisure or explore the beautiful city. Over Night stay in Madrid.

Day 02Madrid

After B/F, visit to old part of city covering the Royal Palace, the Villa Square, the Sabatini Gardens and Campo del Moro, the Church of San Francisco El Grande, the fountains of Paseo del Prado, the Toledo Bridge, the Prado Museum and the Puerta de Alcala, Neptuno, Atocha, Alcala Gat and Street, the memorial Retiro Park, the Bullring and Colone Square, the Santiago Bernabeu Football Stadium, Castilla Square, La Cibeles Square and the Gran Via. Over Night stay in Madrid.

Day 03Madrid - Toledo

After B/F, full day tour to Toledo to experience the whole mazy urban network of the Jewish quarter of Toledo that reflects history which converted Toledo into an essential center of western Judaism. This is a UNESCO Heritage City and is well worth the visit. You return back to Madrid only later in the evening. Over Night stay at Madrid.

Day 04Madrid - Seville

After B/F, check-out from Madrid & transfer to station to board train to Sevilla. Upon arrival, transfer to the hotel. Shop at the Sierpes Street that offers some great bargains and quality shopping. Later in the evening, it’s time for your Seville by night tour. The tour will start with a drive through the illuminated main streets, squares and fountains before arriving to the Flamenco show. Here you will enjoy the great Spanish ballet and Flamenco show. Flamenco is a truly Spanish Art. Over Night stay at Sevilla.

Day 05Seville

After B/F, full day tour to Cordoba which has been declared, World Heritage site. Take a stroll through the historic quarter of Cordoba to discover a beautiful network of small streets, alleys, squares and whitewashed courtyards arranged around the Mosque-Cathedral, which reflects the importance of the city during medieval times and which is a real symbol of the capital. Your first stop will be in the Mosque, The Plazuela de las Flores, the house of the Dukes of Medina Sidonia, and the Synagogue, the only one that still stands in the city. Return back to Sevilla later in the evening. Over Night stay at Sevilla.

Day 06Seville

After B/F, walking into the best-known streets, like Sierpes or Campana, pass to numerous churches, hospitals, Renaissance palaces and Baroque buildings. First stop will be at the Cathedral (Gothic Temple), the Giralda, the Santa Cruz Quarter, the Reales Alcázares (Royal Fortresses), Archive of the Indies declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, Plaza de España. The rest of the evening is free for you. Over Night stay at Sevilla.

Day 07Seville - Granada

After B/F, check out from Seville and transfers to the train station to board a train to Granada. Upon arrival make your way to the hotel and check-in. Later in the afternoon, it's time for you to meet the guide for your walking tour of Granada. As it was the last city reconquered by the Catholic Monarchs in 1492, Granada has an unmistakable Arab flavor. It’s oldest districts, the Albaicín together with the Alhambra and the Generalife were declared a World Heritage Site. Moorish and Christian elements go hand in hand in the streets of Granada. The Gran Vía de Colón and the Avenida de Los Reyes Católicos will lead the visitor to Renaissance monuments and to the most important districts. The rest of the evening is free for you. Over Night stay at Granada.

Day 08Granada

Post B/F, take a tour of the world famous Alhambra Palace and the Gardens. We will arrive at the Alhambra. built at the top of a hill. The palace complexes of the Alhambra and Generalife, beside the Albaicin, have been declared World Heritage Sites by UNESCO. The Alhambra's reddish hills house the old Alcazaba and the Nazarite Royal Palaces. This artistic gem of Arab Granada, built between the 13TH and the 15TH Centuries, is composed of many rooms linked by courtyards, gardens and fountains. The Alhambra is a beautiful collection of buildings and gardens. The tree-lined walks are luscious, providing pleasant shade and coolness, enhanced by the abundance of water that flows in its streams. Also visit the Generalife, the country residence of the sultan, in which the orchards provided the palaces with provisions as well as being a recreational area for the nobility. The rest of the evening is free for you to explore the city further and try some authentic cuisine at the many restaurants available. Over Night stay at Granada.

Day 09Granada – Malaga – Marbella

It's time for your train ride to the Costa del Sol this morning, to Malaga and onto Marbella. Upon arrival transfer to your hotel in Marbella which is a 30 min. ride from the station. Spend the evening along the Puerto Banus either shopping or enjoying the nightlife that Marbella is so famous for. Over Night stay at Marbella.

Day 10Marbella

Post B/F, enjoy the city at your own pace. A visit to Malaga city is a must. The Picasso Museum, the Cathedral, the Arabic Fortress and the Picasso's House of Birth are some of the monuments that are worth visiting. Spend the evening here and return back in time for dinner. Over Night stay at Marbella.

Day 11Marbella

After B/F, you could opt for the full day tour to the mountain city of Ronda that is magnificent or a full day tour to Gibralter. Both are very different from each other and are fabulous. Over Night stay at Marbella.

Day 12Marbella - Barcelona

After B/F, check-out from Marbella & head to the airport to board your flight to the Barcelona. Upon arrival, check-in to your hotel. Later you embark on a half day modernism tour of Barcelona – the emblematic buildings of Catalan architects Antoni Gaudí and Lluis Doménech were declared World Heritage Sites by UNESCO. A visit to the Güell Park, is considered to be one of the most important art nouveau works in the world, Sagrada Familia a unique creation that has become Barcelona's most universal symbol, the Picasso Museum, the Passeig de Gràcia. Over Night stay at Barecelona.

Day 13Barcelona

After B/F, this morning arm yourself with a Hop On hop off card and explore all the various points the city has to offer. There are 2 lines normally, the red and the blue. It’s best to explore both the lines. The places where you must get off are the Guell Park, The Sagrada Familia, the Boqueria market and also take a walk around the adjacent Gothic quarter, the Spanish Village on Montjuic Hill. The rest of the evening is free for you to walk around and enjoy the main street – the Ramblas at night. Over Night stay at Barcelona.

Day 14Barcelona - Onward Destination Journey

After B/F, check-out from Barcelona and transfer to the Airport to board a flight departing for onward destination journey.