7 Nights 8 Days
Destinations : Barcelona – Granada – Seville – Cordoba – Madrid
Barcelona is Spain’s cosmopolitan hub, famous for its art and architecture. For those hoping to explore Spain the best way possible, our Barcelona travel package itinerary is precisely what you need.
Day 1: Arrive in Barcelona
After you land in Barcelona, our tour representatives will greet you at the airport and take you to your hotel. Once you have checked in and freshened up, you can head to the hotel's dining area for a delicious meal. Spend the rest of the day at your leisure.
Day 2: Barcelona - Cathedral of Barcelona - La Sagrada Familia - Columbus Monument – Montjuic
The second day of your trip will take you on a private sightseeing tour to take in the rich cultural heritage of Barcelona. The first stop is the Cathedral of Barcelona, famous for its Gothic design and the seat of the Archbishop of Barcelona.
Post this, visit the La Sagrada Familia, the largest unfinished Catholic church in the world. Before you return to your hotel, marvel at the Columbus Monument, which stands 60 meters tall, and visit the Montjuic or the Jewish Mountain. You will also visit the Olympic Village, the Olympic Stadium, and the Sant Jordi Palace.
Day 3: Barcelona- Granada – Flamenco Show
Take a flight from Barcelona to Granada, where our tour representatives will meet and take you to your hotel. Enjoy a flamenco dance show at the Sacromonte caves later in the day and spend the night at your hotel in Granada.
Day 4: Granada – Generalife – Alhambra - Seville
Your time in Granada is dedicated to the best UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Europe. Start with Generalife, the summer palace of the Nasrid rulers, who used it for relief from the busy life of ruling a country. After this, explore the Alhambra with its gorgeous display of Islamic architecture. Board your train to Seville, where you will spend the night at one of the best Seville hotels.
Day 5: Seville - Catedral de Sevilla - Santa Cruz Quarter - Torre del Oro – Cordoba
Visit the UNESCO World Heritage Site and the third-largest Gothic church in the world called the Catedral de Sevilla. Walk through the Santa Cruz Jewish Quarter before heading to the 13th-century watchtower Torre del Oro, the Real Alcazar of Seville, and the General Archive of the Indies. The archive was established in 1785 and is home to thousands of maps, files, and documents related to the Spanish Empire.
Get on a boat that will cruise through the Guadalquivir River, and then take a fast train to be transferred to Cordoba and get a good night’s sleep in your hotel.
Day 6: Cordoba – Mosque-Cathedral of Cordoba - Jewish Quarter - Madrid
On your sixth day, you will walk around Cordoba, where we will take you to the Mosque-Cathedral of Cordoba. From there, you will visit the Cordoba Synagogue and then the Alcazar. Stroll around the Jewish Quarter and then board your train to get to Madrid, where you will spend the night in your hotel.
Day 7: Madrid - Sabatini Gardens - Royal Palace of Madrid - Campo del Moro
Witness all the famous landmarks in Madrid during your private sightseeing tour, including the Sabatini Gardens, Royal Palace of Madrid, Campo del Moro, Toledo Bridge, Prado Museum, and Puerta de Alcala.
See the fountains of Paseo del Prado and the Royal Basilica of Saint Francis the Great before returning to your hotel.
Day 8: Depart from Madrid
Check out from your hotel and head to the airport to board your flight home.
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