7 Nights 8 Days
Destinations : Madrid – Toledo – Granada – Ronda
Spanish Paradors are hotels managed by the government and are unique in that they are restored castles, monasteries, fortresses, palaces, and manor houses. Most of these paradors are UNESCO World Heritage Sites and are famed for their beautiful architecture. At GT Holidays, we promise a once-in-a-lifetime odyssey. Here’s what the Spanish Paradors tour package itinerary includes:
Day 1: Arrive at Madrid – Toledo
Upon your arrival at the Madrid Airport, we’ll drive you to Toledo in a private car. Toledo is renowned for its magnificent cathedrals and monasteries and is even nicknamed The Glass City thanks to its long history of glassmaking. You’ll stay at one of the best paradors in Toleda and explore the places close to your hotel.
Day 2: Catedral de Toledo
Day 2 is dedicated to exploring Toledo, including its medieval castles and fortresses. Some famous places include the Jewish Quarter of Toledo, the stunning Catedral Primada de Toledo, Alcazar de Toledo, and the Monasterio de San Juan de los Reyes. The synagogues in Toledo include El Transito and Santa Maria la Blanca.
Day 3: Toledo - Granada
Depart for Granada on the third day and stop at Jaen for a bit, which is famous for its historical heritage. Jaen is also called the World Capital of Olive Oil and its Renaissance architecture. You’ll stay at one of Granada’s famous paradors.
Day 4: Generalife – Alhambra
On day 4, we’ll be exploring Granada and its multiple attractions. Some places we’ll cover in this city include - Generalife, the summer palace of the Nasrid rulers, and Alhambra, a UNESCO World Heritage Site famous for its Islam-inspired Moorish architecture.
Day 5: Granada – Ronda
Before you go from Granada to Ronda, you will explore the city of Antequera with its many historically rich buildings and monuments. Spend the night at a Ronda Parador.
Day 6: Ronda – Carmona
Explore the white village of Ronda, which has been declared a national historic site and visit the Bullring of the Royal Cavalry, a famous bullring in Ronda. Drive to Carmona in the evening and spend your evening at one of the paradors in the city.
Day 7: Carmona – Merida
Drive to Merida with a stop at Zafra, a beautiful town possessing great historical significance thanks to the Via de la Plata, an ancient commercial and pilgrimage path. Some places you’ll cover in Zafra include the 15th-century Alcazar, Plaza Grande, and Museo de la Medicina. After you reach Merida, you will explore the Roman Theatre and the Temple of Diana. Spend the night at a Merida Parador.
Day 8: Depart from Madrid
Check out from your hotel and head to the airport to board your flight back home.
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