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Grand Tour of Spain

 

Seville
  • Overview

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    • Discover Spain’s spectacular sights
    • Spend time in ancient Seville, magnificent Granada, and capital Madrid
    • See the unbelievable Alhambra Palace
    • Explore Cadiz, Europe’s oldest city, and Jerez de la Frontera, famous for its sherry
    • Visit Cordoba and Toledo

    Uncover historical sights and incredible cultural delights on this grand tour of Spain. See some of the country’s finest destinations, such as Seville, with its roots in Ancient Greece; Granada, home to the awe-inspiring Alhambra Palace; and Spain’s capital city, Madrid. Read More

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    • Great for - Scenery


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    Spain’s heritage shines through on this splendid grand tour. We’ll make our way through Burgos, situated on the Pilgrim’s Road to Santiago de Compostela, with beautiful medieval architecture to take in. Then it’s on to the UNESCO World Heritage Site city of Salamanca, home to the third-oldest university in Europe.

    We’ll stay in Seville for three days, allowing us to thoroughly explore this enchanting city. The capital of the Andalusia region, Seville was founded over 3,000 years ago. There are so many cultural highlights to enjoy here, from flamenco to tapas, as well as the city’s splendid architecture. See Alcazar Palace and the ancient cathedral, and be sure to stroll along the cobbled streets and square of the Santa Cruz area.

    During our time in Seville, we’ll visit Cadiz, the oldest city in all of Europe. In addition to this, join us as we explore Jerez de la Frontera, situated on the country’s famous sherry triangle. Onwards from Seville, travel with us to Granada, via historical Cordoba.

    Granada is perhaps most well-known for the breath-taking Alhambra Palace, which we’ll visit during our stay here. This truly majestic palace dates from the 13th century, and its intricate arabesques and Byzantine-influenced features are astounding.

    On our way from Granada to capital Madrid, we’ll spend time in Toledo, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Cosmopolitan Madrid is known throughout the world for its architecture and world-class art galleries and museums, and we’ll have time to explore and discover this vibrant city for ourselves. 
  • Itinerary

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  • The Hotels

    YOUR HOTELS


    VIEW ALL HOTELS Hotel Silken Gran Teatro Hotel AC Forum Hotel Macia Condor Hotel Regio Hotel Silken Puerta America


    Hotel Silken Gran Teatro
    Make the most of the Hotel Silken Gran Teatro’s excellent location in Burgos, situated in the city’s shopping area. The hotel features comfortable guest rooms with all required amenities.
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    Hotel Silken Gran Teatro

    Hotel AC Forum
    Stay at the Hotel AC Forum in Seville, offering comfortable rooms with bright decor and excellent facilities. This four-star hotel also offers free Wi-Fi in communal areas.
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    Hotel AC Forum

    Hotel Macia Condor
    Found in historical Granada, the Hotel Macia Condor is situated close to the city’s UNESCO World Heritage Sity medieval Old Town, and offers a relaxing place to retire to after a day of exploration.
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    Hotel Macia Condor

    Hotel Regio
    Relax at the four-star Hotel Regio in Salamanca, with spacious gardens and excellent facilities to make use of. These include outdoor swimming pools and tennis courts.
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    Hotel Regio

    Hotel Silken Puerta America
    Enjoy a relaxing stay at the Hotel Silken Puerta America in cultural Madrid. This hotel features 12 floors, each designed by one of the world’s leading architects and boasting incredible design.
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    Hotel Silken Puerta America

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  • Excursions & Extras

    INCLUDED EXCURSIONS


    Alhambra Palace
    Alhambra Palace

    The history of the Alhambra Palace is intricately linked with its geographical location, Granada. On a rocky hill, on the banks of the River Darro, the Palace is protected by mountains and surrounded by woods. Rising up like an imposing castle, with red -tinged brickwork in its ramparts that prevent the outside world from seeing the delicate beauty its walls enclose, the Alhambra Palace is a remarkable location.

    Originally designed as a military area, the Alhambra became the residence of royalty and the court of Granada in the 13th-century, after the establishment of the Nasrid kingdom.

    This ancient palace and fortress is truly mesmerising, with marvellous architecture. For example, the Alhambra’s ceiling features stalactite decorations, while there are numerous arabesques throughout the palace.

    Cadiz
    Cadiz and Jerez de la Frontera

    Explore the oldest city in Europe, Cadiz, and visit Jerez de la Frontera on the sherry triangle. Cadiz’s ancient centre is an intricate network of cobbled streets, with incredible architecture throughout. The city is famous for its Baroque cathedral, as well as for its many museums - some of the best include the Museo de Cadiz and the Museo Catedralicio.

    Jerez de la Frontera is known for much more besides its sherry, although this unique Andalusian wine does make for a wonderful reason to visit. Flamenco singing originated here, and there are numerous historical monuments to take in, including the Cathedral, the Charterhouse, and Arenal Square.  

    Garden of Orange Trees, Cordoba
    En Route: Cordoba

    Stop in the city of Cordoba for an en route visit, which dates from Iberian times and has a rich history. We’ll be given time to explore the area and to admire the historic architecture in the city’s UNESCO World Heritage designated Old Town, which also happens to be the second largest in Europe. Cordoba’s Great Mosque is well-worth visiting - it’s considered to be one of the best examples of Moorish architecture in the world. 

    Toledo
    En Route: Toledo

    Discover Toledo, the capital of the province of the same name. Explore the historical centre that sits on a craggy rock which is almost completely encircled by a wide meander of the Tagus River, called the Tajo in Spanish. The city centre is one of the largest in Spain and has over 100 monuments. 

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    Cordoba
    Guided City Tour of Cordoba

    Cordoba is filled with mesmerising sights, and our guided city tour will allow us to see many for ourselves. Admire the city’s ancient architecture as we make our way through the UNESCO World Heritage Site Old Town, and learn more about its heritage during our tour.  

    General Life, Granada
    Guided City Tour of Granada

    The city of Granada has been shaped by the hills, where the old districts in the Albaicin and the Alhambra were founded, brimming with steep, narrow streets, beautiful nooks and crannies and marvellous landscapes.

    The new part of the city is situated on the plain, criss-crossed by the large arteries of Gran via de Colon and Calle de los Reyes Catolicos and where the busy streets around the cathedral are found. We’ll take an exciting guided city tour to learn more about the city’s history, and to discover its best attractions. 

     

    Parque del Retiro, Madrid
    Guided Walking Tour of Madrid

    Cosmopolitan capital Madrid is Spain’s ultimate city, with a mixture of historical attractions, excellent shopping opportunities, and classic culture. Our guided walking tour will take us through Madrid’s bustling streets, past its famous attractions, to learn more about this vibrant city and its past. Join us as we take in landmarks such as Almudena Cathedral, Royal Palace, and the Basilica de San Francisco El Grande. 

    Seville
    Guided Walking Tour of Seville
    Uncover more of Seville’s fascinating history and ancient sights with our guided walking tour. See the city’s UNESCO World Heritage Sites, including the Alcazar, the Cathedral, and the General Archive of the Indies. Be amazed by the expansive Plaza de Espana, and soak up the bustling atmosphere this city is so well-known for. 

 


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What's included

  • Return travel by Grand Tourer coach
  • 14 nights accommodation
  • Touring itinerary
  • Daily breakfast, one lunch and 13 evening meals
  • ADDED VALUE Enjoy a welcome drink at each hotel in Spain
  • Porterage
  • Two included excursions
  • Two en route excursions
  • Four optional excursions

Hotel Silken Gran Teatro

Make the most of the Hotel Silken Gran Teatro’s excellent location in Burgos, situated in the city’s shopping area. The hotel features comfortable guest rooms with all required amenities.

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Hotel Silken Gran Teatro

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