6 Nights 7 Days
Destinations : Seville – Ronda – Granada – Cordoba
If you’re intrigued by the medieval history of Andalucia, you must check our Seville tour package itinerary. It includes the best of Moorish architecture and captures the essence of Al-Andalus.
Day 1: Arrive at Seville - Plaza de Toros de la Maestranza - Torre del Oro
After you land in Seville, our tour representatives will greet you at the airport and take you to your hotel. Once you have checked in and freshened up, get ready to explore the city of Seville.
Seville is a pre-Roman city and capital of the ancient Moors who once ruled Andalusia. The town is famous for its architecture, influenced by Moorish and Baroque art. Some famous attractions you mustn’t miss in Seville include – Plaza de Toros de la Maestranza, the venue for the world’s largest bullfighting festival, Torre del Oro, also called the Tower of Gold, and Barrio Santa Cruz, the Jewish Quarter of Seville.
Day 2: Seville City Tour - La Giralda - Parque de Maria Luisa
Begin your day by visiting La Giraldam, a Renaissance-style bell tower built during the 12th century. Explore Parque de Maria Luisa, a public park famous for its monuments, ponds, and fountains. A local tour guide will walk you through Seville’s many attractions and even take you on a guided horse carriage ride to explore the many quiet corners of the city. The city tour ends with a cruise along the Guadalquivir river.
Day 3: Seville – Ronda - Mirador La Hoya Del Tajo - Puente Nuevo
On your third day, take a train from Seville to the town of Ronda. Our tour guide will welcome you at the Railway Station and offer a private city tour. Some of the attractions here include - Mirador La Hoya Del Tajo, a scenic viewpoint that offers an incredible view of the Tajo Canyon, Puente Nuevo, the new bridge of Ronda, and the Old City.
Day 4: Ronda – Granada
Make your way from Ronda to the city of Granada. Granada is an ancient Moorish city with beautiful churches, palaces, and natural landscapes. You musn’t miss the traditional tapas bars while in the city. Spend the day relaxing and getting some much needed rest.
Day 5: Granada City Tour - Cathedral - Royal Chapel
If you want to learn more about the historical magnificence and wealth of the Spanish people, visit the Granada Cathedral reflecting its gold and white interiors and standing as a spellbindingly beautiful proof of Spanish Renaissance-style architecture. Find the tombs of Queen Isabella I and King Ferdinand II, the monarchs who once ruled the city, at Granada’s Royal Chapel.
The Alhambra Palace is Granada’s most famous attraction and is reflective of Spain’s Moorish past. The grand palace includes many small palaces built around courtyards, pools, and fountains. You mustn’t miss viewing the Alhambra from Plaza San Nicholas.
As for the activities, you mustn’t miss the Flamenco Gypsy Show in the Sacromonte Mountain Caves to watch artists perform Zambra, a form of flamenco that includes dance and songs. You’ll spend the night at one of the finest hotels in Granada.
Day 6: Granada – Cordoba - Mosque–Cathedral of Cordoba - Palacio de Viana
Drive from Granada to the city of Cordoba, once the capital of Al Andalusia. The town is famous for its beautiful buildings, the well-preserved Jewish Quarter, and the grand Mosque-Cathedral. The Palacio de Viana was built in the 14th century and was well-lived until the 20th century. It is famous for its multiple patios, gardens, courtyards, art and artefacts, etc.
Day 7: Depart from Cordoba
Check out from your hotel and head to the airport to board your flight back home.
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