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Portugal, Andalucia & the Mediterranean Capitals – Private Journey
15 Days

ITINERARY

Tour overview:
Explore some of Southern Europe’s best-known cities on this private journey. This is a magnificent way to discover the architectural heritage of Spain and Portugal, while appreciating the world-famous cuisine, wines and beaches that this part of the world is revered for.

Day 1 (Sun.) Madrid

Meet and greet at the airport. Take a transfer to your hotel. Rest of the day is at leisure. Accommodation at the hotel.


Day 2 (Mon.) Madrid

Breakfast at the hotel. Morning Madrid panoramic city tour; find the medieval origins of the city, like the Arabic fortress, at the Barrio de la Morería, famous for its historical buildings. Drive through the courtesan district of the Hapsburgs characterized by Phillip II and its Renaissance and Baroque style buildings, Puerta del Sol, Plaza Mayor and Plaza de la Villa; the Madrid of the Bourbons and the complex town planning schemes of Charles III, the Royal Palace, Cibeles and Neptuno Fountains and the Puerta de Alcalá. Admire the XIX C. works such as Prado Museum. The contemporary Madrid with areas such as Gran Vía, Castellana, the district of Salamanca, Plaza Castilla and Parque del Oeste, as well as commercial and financial areas of Modern Madrid, the emblematic Las Ventas Bullring and the Santiago Bernabéu Football Stadium. Afternoon free to continue exploring the wonders that the city has to offer. Accommodation at the hotel. (B)


Day 3 (Tue.) Madrid – Salamanca – Porto

Breakfast at the hotel. Depart from our established hotels in Madrid. Please refer to your documentation for detailed departure information. Drive to Salamanca. Free time in this University City World Heritage of great architectural and artistic wealth. Departure to the Portuguese border until you reach Porto. Accommodation. (B)


Day 4 (Wed.) Porto

Breakfast at the hotel. Panoramic sightseeing tour of Porto, considered World Heritage city. We admire the Cathedral, Stock Exchange building and Santa Clara church. Afterwards, enjoy a different perspective of the city along the river Douro aboard the BlueBoats Cruise and discover the historic heritage visiting one well-known Port Wine Cellars with a wine tasting included. Rest of day at leisure. Accommodation. (B)


Day 5 (Thu.) Porto – Coimbra – Fatima

Breakfast. Departure to Coimbra. City seat of one of the oldest universities in Europe and the birthplace of Fado. Free time. Then to Fatima. Center of the Christian Faith and World Pilgrimage Sanctuary with its impressive Basilica and the Cova da Iria place where the Virgin Mary appeared. The Chapel of the Apparitions, heart of the sanctuary, with the tombs of the three shepherds, Lucia, Francisco and Jacinta. At night possibility to attend the procession of the candles. Accommodation. (B)


Day 6 (Fri.) Fatima – Batalha – Nazare – Alcobaça – Lisbon

Breakfast at the hotel. Departure to the Batalha Monastery, a masterpiece of Gothic and Manueline style considered a World Heritage place by UNESCO. Continue to the picturesque fishing town of Nazaré. Free time and continue to Alcobaça (World Heritage) with its Gothic church and Cistercian monastery, whose origins date back to the XII C. Then to Lisbon. Accommodation. Optional traditional and typical dinner including a show of Fado, typical Portuguese song and music. (B)


Day 7 (Sat.) Lisbon

Breakfast at the hotel. Morning sightseeing tour of the ancient Olissipo, drive through its main squares and avenues, Belem Tower, Jeronimos Monastery, Coach Museum, Monument to the Discoverers, Marquis of Pombal Square, Liberty Avenue. Afternoon at leisure for you to catch the nostalgic corners of Alfama Quarter, the old city gathered next to its Castle, with old buildings nested in narrow twisting “Ruas” full of color housing the genuine “tabernas” where Fado sounds as a missing past. Accommodation at the hotel. (B)


Day 8 (Sun.) Lisbon – Caceres – Cordoba

Breakfast at the hotel. Departure at 07:30 hrs. to Caceres considered as World Heritage place because of the city’s blend of Roman, Islamic, Northern Gothic and Italian Renaissance architecture. Walk through its Plaza Mayor and the Old Town with its famous Medieval Quarter. Afterwards, continue on towards Cordoba, once the capital of the Caliphate. Dinner and accommodation at the hotel. (BD)


Day 9 (Mon.) Cordoba – Seville

Breakfast at the hotel. Impressive tour of its Mosque and other sites that will ease our mind and spirit strolling through its narrow winding streets of the Jewish Quarter. In the afternoon, after a short two hours ride reach Seville. Dinner and accommodation at the hotel. (BD)


Day 10 (Tue.) Seville

Breakfast at the hotel. Morning panoramic city tour visiting: the exterior of the Cathedral (the second largest in the Catholic world after St. Peters in Rome), Santa Cruz quarter (a natural scenario of “Carmen” as well as a precisely where the myth of “Don Juan” developed), Maria Luisa Park and Plaza de España. Afternoon at leisure for you to discover exclusive views, specific flavors of this active full of light city. Dinner and accommodation at the hotel. Optional Flamenco tour. (BD)


Day 11 (Wed.) Seville – Granada

Breakfast at the hotel. Drive east through the Caliphate road to the heart of ANDALUSIA observing an endless number of olive trees on the way to Granada and its incredible and amazing monumental environment, last stronghold of the Moorish Kingdoms up to 1492. Visit the world famous Alhambra complex and Generalife Gardens that have inspired several authors with its sound and sights, such as the “Tales of the Alhambra” by W. Irving. Dinner and accommodation at the hotel. Optional Gipsy Flamenco show at Sacromonte quarter. (BD)


Day 12 (Thu.) Granada – Valencia

After breakfast at the hotel start driving looking for the Mediterranean coast. Via Murcia, capital of the fertile garden of the Segura river, continue north via Alicante, the second largest city within the region of Valencia. Reach Valencia one of the main capitals of the Mediterranean coast with its modern Arts and Sciences Architectural Complex integrated by six elements: Hemispheric, Umbracle, Science Museum, Oceanographic, Palau de les Arts and Ágora. Valencia is also the home of the internationally well renowned and delicious “Paella”, Accommodation at the hotel. (B)


Day 13 (Fri.) Valencia – Barcelona

Breakfast at the hotel. Morning city tour of this bright city including a drive through the old city showing the most prominent buildings, we will then be driven past the old riverbed of the Turia to the most avant-garde complex “Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias” to watch the emblematic exteriors of the six buildings. Early afternoon departure northward all along the Mediterranean coast to Catalunya, via Tarragona, the Roman Tarraco. Reach Barcelona principal Mediterranean city homeland of the famous architect Gaudí symbol of the Catalonian modernism. Accommodation at the hotel. (B)


Day 14 (Sat.) Barcelona

Breakfast at the hotel. Morning city tour of Barcelona well known worldwide for the Olympic Games during 1992, drive along the main avenues with impressive modernist buildings by Gaudí such as La Pedrera, Casa Milá, etc. – declared World Heritage buildings. – The Montjuïc Park with spectacular views of the city, Olympic Ring, monument to Columbus and the Olympic Port. Afternoon is for you to keep on discovering this city full attractive offers as well as exquisite and varied gastronomy. Accommodation at the hotel. (B)


Day 15 (Sun.) Barcelona

After breakfast, transfer to the airport. END OF OUR SERVICES. (B)

(*) In the event that the panoramic tour of Madrid is not operated for technical reasons will be replaced by the Madrid Hop-on Hop-off Bus 1 day instead.
(*) During stay in Madrid, tour escort service is not available.
*Barcelona, Porto & Lisbon Local City Taxes are not included, to be paid directly to the hotels.

OPTIONAL EXCURSIONS:

Madrid:
Tapas Tour- Historical-gastronomic experience: Strolling through the Madrid of the Austrias and discovering its most curious legends and stories, we will visit several typical Madrid establishments where you can taste the most classical tapas of the capital. Taverns full of flavor and history, a living memory of traditional Madrid. In each of them we will try some of its most characteristic tapas, accompanied by local wines, pairing with the lid (our suggestion, you can request any another type of drink).

Porto:
Visit to Guimaraes: Guimaraes is one of the oldest cities in Portugal, cradle of the Portuguese nation, whose historic center is considered a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. In this city, we will have the opportunity to learn about Portuguese history and visit, among other monuments, the Castle (Castelo de Guimaraes) dating from the 10th century, and the Palace of the Dukes of Bragança. Built in the fifteenth century, it was the residence of the royal family. Here we will pay tribute to the first king of Portugal, Mr. Alfonso Henriques. We can also walk the streets of the historic center and hear a little more about its secrets and stories, and visit the typical local art and craft stores.

Lisbon:
Fado show with dinner: Enjoy a typical Portuguese dinner visiting one of the oldest Fado venues in the city and located in one of the most interesting cultural neighborhoods in the area. With this activity, you can enjoy a typical dinner to discover some flavors of the Portuguese cuisine while listening to the intimate and enveloping interpretation of Fado, named by UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Monument of Cristo Rey, Calcilhas and ferry through the Tagus: We propose you to discover a different Lisbon. We will cross the emblematic April 25 Bridge over the Tagus to go to the National Sanctuary of Cristo Rey. On a height of 113 meters above the river level, from the Cristo´s viewpoint, the work of the sculptor Francisco Franco de Soussa, one of the fabulous views of the Portuguese capital is contemplated. We will continue on this side of the river visiting Calcilhas, a picturesque residential village in front of Lisbon, which retains its flavor as a fishing port. There, we will take the ferry that, crossing the Tagus estuary, will return us to Lisbon. From the boat, we will discover a different and original Lisbon, seen from a new point of view: quite an experience.
Sintra & Estoril Coast Tour: We will leave in the direction of the romantic town of Sintra. We will visit the outside of its wonderful Royal Palace with our walking tour. Then we will go to Cabo de Roca, the easternmost point of the European continent where you can enjoy wonderful views of the Atlantic Ocean. We will return to Lisbon through the coastal town of Cascais and the cosmopolitan city of Estoril, known for its famous Casino (the largest in Europe).

Seville:
Seville Cathedral and Boat Trip on the Guadalquivir: We will visit the Gothic Cathedral with the largest area in the world; declared World Heritage by UNESCO is 1987. Its construction dates back to 1401 on the site where the old Aljama Mosque was located, of which the “La Giralda” Minaret symbol of Seville is preserved, with the possibility of climbing its 104-meter bell tower and contemplating the best views of the city. We highlight, among others, The Patio de los Naranjos and the Tomb on the pedestal of Christopher Columbus. Then we will take a one-hour boat ride on the Guadalquivir River, the river of the great waters and main Port of Spain in the Indian Campaign, which will allow us to contemplate and admire the fine silhouette of this magical city.
Boat Trip on the Guadalquivir: We propose a one-hour boat ride on the Guadalquivir, mythical and legendary river, the only navigable in Spain. From the boat we can contemplate the classic Seville, with its elegant bridges such as San Telmo or Triana, the Giralda, the Bullring, the popular neighborhood of Triana or the towers of the Plaza de España, as well as the Seville more avant-garde, reflected in the constructions made on the occasion of Expo 92, such as the modern bridges of the Cartuja and the Alamillo, the most emblematic pavilions of the Island of the Cartuja or the Theater of the Maestranza.
Flamenco with one drink: We will move to the Island of Cartuja to attend a flamenco show, in an imposing space that recreates the aesthetics of the old Sevillian singers cafes. A place where art and passion come together to show all the flamenco lovers, the depth of their roots, the feeling of their land and the sensitivity of their performers. Includes one drink per person during the show.

Granada:
Tour of the Albaicín- an experience through Arabian Granada: A journey from Islam to Christianity in which we show the exciting transformation of such a mythical city. Walking through the Albaicín, recognized as a World Heritage Site, is to explore the history of Granada, from Islam to Christianity, without forgetting the mark left by the Jewish people. We will contemplate the city from its imposing viewpoints, we will see old mosques converted into churches, old palaces, artisan workshops, we will visit one of the old Moorish houses and we will have the opportunity to try the celebrated Arab pastry having tea and a sweet in a typical Granada teashop. We will finish our tour of contrasts in the Royal Chapel, a jewel of the late Gothic, built by the Catholic Monarchs, as the final point and apogee of the Arab legacy of Granada.
Flamenco Zambra: The Flamenco Temple is an imposing cave divided into three sheds, creating a cruising shape, leading to a large central area where the stage is located, elevated one meter above the ground, to promote visibility from any point of the cave. The flamenco show that can be enjoyed in this cave of Albaicín is full of strength and beauty, directed by the charismatic Granada artist Antonio Vallejo. Take a tour of the most rhythmic sticks of this art, such as: flamenco tangos, bulerías, alegrías, guajira, soleá por bulerías or segurilla, alternating these dance numbers with others of the most current flamenco singing or guitar playing solos.

Valencia:
Modernist Valencia + Dinner with Paella: We propose a tour of the most unknown Valencia, the Modernist Valencia. At the end of the 19th century the city of Valencia experienced an important political and social development, which was reflected in the architecture of the city. We will discover the Paseo de la Alameda, the Ensanche, with significant buildings such as the Casa Chapa or the Ortega house, to continue to the neighborhood of Colón, from which we will start a walking tour that will reveal an eclectic and original city: the Casa de los Dragones, and its commercial area, the Plaza del Patriarca and the Palace of the Marquis de dos Aguas, the street of La Paz, the most modernist city and entry point of medieval Valencia,…. Our tour will end at a local restaurant where we will enjoy the original and authentic Valencian paella. The menu consists of starters, Valencian paella, dessert, coffee and a drink.

 


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DATES/PRICING/ACCOMMODATIONS

Superior (High Season)
2021 2 to 3 Guests 4 to 7 Guests 8 to 11 Guests 12 to 17 Guests
Dates Dbl Occ Sgl Occ Dbl Occ Sgl Occ Dbl Occ Sgl Occ Dbl Occ Sgl Occ
Jul 04 - Jul 18 8060 9070 5770 6775 4060 5065 3500 4505
Jul 11 - Jul 25 8060 9070 5770 6775 4060 5065 3500 4505
Jul 18 - Aug 01 8060 9070 5770 6775 4060 5065 3500 4505
Jul 25 - Aug 08 8060 9070 5770 6775 4060 5065 3500 4505
Aug 01 - Aug 15 8060 9070 5770 6775 4060 5065 3500 4505
Aug 08 - Aug 22 8060 9070 5770 6775 4060 5065 3500 4505
Aug 15 - Aug 29 8060 9070 5770 6775 4060 5065 3500 4505
Aug 22 - Sep 05 8060 9070 5770 6775 4060 5065 3500 4505
Aug 29 - Sep 12 8060 9070 5770 6775 4060 5065 3500 4505
Sep 05 - Sep 19 8060 9070 5770 6775 4060 5065 3500 4505
Sep 12 - Sep 26 8060 9070 5770 6775 4060 5065 3500 4505
Sep 19 - Oct 03 8060 9070 5770 6775 4060 5065 3500 4505
Sep 26 - Oct 10 8060 9070 5770 6775 4060 5065 3500 4505
Oct 03 - Oct 17 8060 9070 5770 6775 4060 5065 3500 4505
Oct 10 - Oct 24 8060 9070 5770 6775 4060 5065 3500 4505
Oct 17 - Oct 31 8060 9070 5770 6775 4060 5065 3500 4505
Oct 24 - Nov 07 8060 9070 5770 6775 4060 5065 3500 4505
Oct 31 - Nov 14 8060 9070 5770 6775 4060 5065 3500 4505
Superior (Low Season)
2021 2 to 3 Guests 4 to 7 Guests 8 to 11 Guests 12 to 17 Guests
Dates Dbl Occ Sgl Occ Dbl Occ Sgl Occ Dbl Occ Sgl Occ Dbl Occ Sgl Occ
May 23 - Jun 06 7930 8945 5645 6650 3930 4935 3370 4575
May 30 - Jun 13 7930 8945 5645 6650 3930 4935 3370 4575
Jun 06 - Jun 20 7930 8945 5645 6650 3930 4935 3370 4575
Jun 13 - Jun 27 7930 8945 5645 6650 3930 4935 3370 4575
Jun 20 - Jul 04 7930 8945 5645 6650 3930 4935 3370 4575
Jun 27 - Jul 11 7930 8945 5645 6650 3930 4935 3370 4575
Nov 07 - Nov 21 7930 8945 5645 6650 3930 4935 3370 4575
Nov 14 - Nov 28 7930 8945 5645 6650 3930 4935 3370 4575
Dec 12 - Dec 26 7995 9010 5710 6710 3995 5000 3435 4440
Dec 19 - Jan 02 7995 9010 5710 6710 3995 5000 3435 4440
Superior (Low Season)
2022 2 to 3 Guests 4 to 7 Guests 8 to 11 Guests 12 to 17 Guests
Dates Dbl Occ Sgl Occ Dbl Occ Sgl Occ Dbl Occ Sgl Occ Dbl Occ Sgl Occ
Jan 09 - Jan 23 7930 8945 5645 6650 3930 4935 3370 4575
Jan 16 - Jan 30 7930 8945 5645 6650 3930 4935 3370 4575
Feb 06 - Feb 20 7930 8945 5645 6650 3930 4935 3370 4575
Feb 13 - Feb 27 7930 8945 5645 6650 3930 4935 3370 4575
Mar 06 - Mar 20 7930 8945 5645 6650 3930 4935 3370 4575
Mar 13 - Mar 27 7930 8945 5645 6650 3930 4935 3370 4575
Mar 20 - Apr 03 7930 8945 5645 6650 3930 4935 3370 4575
Mar 27 - Apr 10 7930 8945 5645 6650 3930 4935 3370 4575
First Class (High Season)
2021 2 to 3 Guests 4 to 7 Guests 8 to 11 Guests 12 to 17 Guests
Dates Dbl Occ Sgl Occ Dbl Occ Sgl Occ Dbl Occ Sgl Occ Dbl Occ Sgl Occ
Jul 04 - Jul 18 8525 9865 6235 7570 4525 5855 3965 5295
Jul 11 - Jul 25 8525 9865 6235 7570 4525 5855 3965 5295
Jul 18 - Aug 01 8525 9865 6235 7570 4525 5855 3965 5295
Jul 25 - Aug 08 8525 9865 6235 7570 4525 5855 3965 5295
Aug 01 - Aug 15 8525 9865 6235 7570 4525 5855 3965 5295
Aug 08 - Aug 22 8525 9865 6235 7570 4525 5855 3965 5295
Aug 15 - Aug 29 8525 9865 6235 7570 4525 5855 3965 5295
Aug 22 - Sep 05 8525 9865 6235 7570 4525 5855 3965 5295
Aug 29 - Sep 12 8525 9865 6235 7570 4525 5855 3965 5295
Sep 05 - Sep 19 8525 9865 6235 7570 4525 5855 3965 5295
Sep 12 - Sep 26 8525 9865 6235 7570 4525 5855 3965 5295
Sep 19 - Oct 03 8525 9865 6235 7570 4525 5855 3965 5295
Sep 26 - Oct 10 8525 9865 6235 7570 4525 5855 3965 5295
Oct 03 - Oct 17 8525 9865 6235 7570 4525 5855 3965 5295
Oct 10 - Oct 24 8525 9865 6235 7570 4525 5855 3965 5295
Oct 17 - Oct 31 8525 9865 6235 7570 4525 5855 3965 5295
Oct 24 - Nov 07 8525 9865 6235 7570 4525 5855 3965 5295
Oct 31 - Nov 14 8525 9865 6235 7570 4525 5855 3965 5295
First Class (Low Season)
2021 2 to 3 Guests 4 to 7 Guests 8 to 11 Guests 12 to 17 Guests
Dates Dbl Occ Sgl Occ Dbl Occ Sgl Occ Dbl Occ Sgl Occ Dbl Occ Sgl Occ
May 23 - Jun 06 8395 9735 6110 7440 4395 5730 3835 5170
May 30 - Jun 13 8395 9735 6110 7440 4395 5730 3835 5170
Jun 06 - Jun 20 8395 9735 6110 7440 4395 5730 3835 5170
Jun 13 - Jun 27 8395 9735 6110 7440 4395 5730 3835 5170
Jun 20 - Jul 04 8395 9735 6110 7440 4395 5730 3835 5170
Jun 27 - Jul 11 8395 9735 6110 7440 4395 5730 3835 5170
Nov 07 - Nov 21 8395 9735 6110 7440 4395 5730 3835 5170
Nov 14 - Nov 28 8395 9735 6110 7440 4395 5730 3835 5170
Dec 12 - Dec 26 8460 9800 6170 7505 4460 5790 3900 6250
Dec 19 - Jan 02 8460 9800 6170 7505 4460 5790 3900 6250
First Class (Low Season)
2022 2 to 3 Guests 4 to 7 Guests 8 to 11 Guests 12 to 17 Guests
Dates Dbl Occ Sgl Occ Dbl Occ Sgl Occ Dbl Occ Sgl Occ Dbl Occ Sgl Occ
Jan 09 - Jan 23 8395 9735 6110 7440 4395 5730 3835 5170
Jan 16 - Jan 30 8395 9735 6110 7440 4395 5730 3835 5170
Feb 06 - Feb 20 8395 9735 6110 7440 4395 5730 3835 5170
Feb 13 - Feb 27 8395 9735 6110 7440 4395 5730 3835 5170
Mar 06 - Mar 20 8395 9735 6110 7440 4395 5730 3835 5170
Mar 13 - Mar 27 8395 9735 6110 7440 4395 5730 3835 5170
Mar 20 - Apr 03 8395 9735 6110 7440 4395 5730 3835 5170
Mar 27 - Apr 10 8395 9735 6110 7440 4395 5730 3835 5170
Boutique (High Season)
2021 2 to 3 Guests 4 to 7 Guests 8 to 11 Guests 12 to 17 Guests
Dates Dbl Occ Sgl Occ Dbl Occ Sgl Occ Dbl Occ Sgl Occ Dbl Occ Sgl Occ
Jul 04 - Jul 18 8715 10115 6430 7815 4715 6105 4165 5545
Jul 11 - Jul 25 8715 10115 6430 7815 4715 6105 4165 5545
Jul 18 - Aug 01 8715 10115 6430 7815 4715 6105 4165 5545
Jul 25 - Aug 08 8715 10115 6430 7815 4715 6105 4165 5545
Aug 01 - Aug 15 8715 10115 6430 7815 4715 6105 4165 5545
Aug 08 - Aug 22 8715 10115 6430 7815 4715 6105 4165 5545
Aug 15 - Aug 29 8715 10115 6430 7815 4715 6105 4165 5545
Aug 22 - Sep 05 8715 10115 6430 7815 4715 6105 4165 5545
Aug 29 - Sep 12 8715 10115 6430 7815 4715 6105 4165 5545
Sep 05 - Sep 19 8715 10115 6430 7815 4715 6105 4165 5545
Sep 12 - Sep 26 8715 10115 6430 7815 4715 6105 4165 5545
Sep 19 - Oct 03 8715 10115 6430 7815 4715 6105 4165 5545
Sep 26 - Oct 10 8715 10115 6430 7815 4715 6105 4165 5545
Oct 03 - Oct 17 8715 10115 6430 7815 4715 6105 4165 5545
Oct 10 - Oct 24 8715 10115 6430 7815 4715 6105 4165 5545
Oct 17 - Oct 31 8715 10115 6430 7815 4715 6105 4165 5545
Oct 24 - Nov 07 8715 10115 6430 7815 4715 6105 4165 5545
Oct 31 - Nov 14 8715 10115 6430 7815 4715 6105 4165 5545
Boutique (Low Season)
2021 2 to 3 Guests 4 to 7 Guests 8 to 11 Guests 12 to 17 Guests
Dates Dbl Occ Sgl Occ Dbl Occ Sgl Occ Dbl Occ Sgl Occ Dbl Occ Sgl Occ
May 23 - Jun 06 8590 9985 6300 7690 4590 5975 4030 5415
May 30 - Jun 13 8590 9985 6300 7690 4590 5975 4030 5415
Jun 06 - Jun 20 8590 9985 6300 7690 4590 5975 4030 5415
Jun 13 - Jun 27 8590 9985 6300 7690 4590 5975 4030 5415
Jun 20 - Jul 04 8590 9985 6300 7690 4590 5975 4030 5415
Jun 27 - Jul 11 8590 9985 6300 7690 4590 5975 4030 5415
Nov 07 - Nov 21 8590 9985 6300 7690 4590 5975 4030 5415
Nov 14 - Nov 28 8590 9985 6300 7690 4590 5975 4030 5415
Dec 12 - Dec 26 8650 10050 6365 7750 4650 6040 4090 5480
Dec 19 - Jan 02 8650 10050 6365 7750 4650 6040 4090 5480
Boutique (Low Season)
2022 2 to 3 Guests 4 to 7 Guests 8 to 11 Guests 12 to 17 Guests
Dates Dbl Occ Sgl Occ Dbl Occ Sgl Occ Dbl Occ Sgl Occ Dbl Occ Sgl Occ
Jan 09 - Jan 23 8590 9985 6300 7690 4590 5975 4030 5415
Jan 16 - Jan 30 8590 9985 6300 7690 4590 5975 4030 5415
Feb 06 - Feb 20 8590 9985 6300 7690 4590 5975 4030 5415
Feb 13 - Feb 27 8590 9985 6300 7690 4590 5975 4030 5415
Mar 06 - Mar 20 8590 9985 6300 7690 4590 5975 4030 5415
Mar 13 - Mar 27 8590 9985 6300 7690 4590 5975 4030 5415
Mar 20 - Apr 03 8590 9985 6300 7690 4590 5975 4030 5415
Mar 27 - Apr 10 8590 9985 6300 7690 4590 5975 4030 5415
OPTIONAL EXCURSIONS:
MADRID Sell in $
Tapas Tour- Historical-gastronomic experience 100
PORTO
Visit to Guimaraes 70
LISBON
Fado show with dinner 115
Monument of Cristo Rey, Calcilhas and ferry through the Tagus 45
Sintra & Estoril Coast Tour 90
SEVILLE:
Seville Cathedral and Boat Trip on the Guadalquivir 90
Boat Trip on the Guadalquivir 35
Flamenco with one drink 80
GRANADA:
Tour of the Albaicín- an experience through Arabian Granada 60
Flamenco Zambra 45
VALENCIA:
Modernist Valencia + Dinner with Paella 115
* The accommodation will be provided in the below hotel or similar in case the priority hotel is unable to accommodate the booking.
Hotels:
Madrid
Tryp Atocha (S)
Courtyard Marriott Madrid Princesa / Riu Plaza España (F)
Catalonia Gran Via (B)
Porto
Tryp Porto Expo (S)
Bessahotel Boavista (F)
NH Collection Porto Batalha (B)
Fatima
Aurea Fátima / Estrela de Fátima / Regina (S,F)
Santa Maria (B)
Lisbon
Roma (S)
Lutecia / Vila Gale Opera (F)
Tivoli Avenida de la Liberdade (B)
Cordoba
Tryp Cordoba (S)
Hesperia Cordoba (F)
H10 Palacio Colomera (B)
Seville
Catalonia Santa Justa / Catalonia Giralda (S)
Hesperia Sevilla (F)
H10 Casa de la Plata (B)
Granada
Los Angeles (S)
Melia Granada (F)
NH Collection Victoria (B)
Valencia
NH Valencia Las Artes (S,F)
Hospes Palau del Mar (B)
Barcelona
Catalonia Barcelona 505 (S)
Catalonia Barcelona Plaza / Melia Barcelona Sarria (F)
Catalonia Ramblas (B)

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INCLUSIONS

Inclusions:

  • Guided visits in Madrid, Porto, Lisbon, Cordoba, Seville, Granada (Alhambra & Generalife Gardens), Valencia & Barcelona
  • Tour escort during the tour
  • Air-conditioned deluxe motor-coach
  • Accommodation at selected class
  • Daily Breakfast and 4 dinners
  • Transfers to/from airport as per itinerary
  • Travel insurance

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