6 Nights 7 Days
Duration : 06 Nights / 07 Days
Destinations : Lisbon – City Tour – Lisbon – Seville – City Tour – Seville – Cordoba – City Tour – Toledo-Madrid – Madrid – City Tour – Zaragoza – Barcelona
If exploring medieval European cities is on your bucket list, you must check our Spain holiday package itinerary. Here’s what it includes:
Day 1: Arrive at Lisbon - Oceanário de Lisboa
After you land in Lisbon, our tour representatives will greet you at the airport and take you to your hotel. Post checking in to your accommodation and freshening up, get ready to begin your trip.
You can head to Oceanário de Lisboa, hailed as one of the biggest indoor aquariums in Europe, with a vast collection of marine species, including jellyfish, seagulls, penguins, starfish, octopuses, and seahorses.
The medieval villages of Alfama and Baixa are famous for their historic cathedrals, museums, and traditional shops. The Belem Tower and Jerenimos Monastery are Portugal’s UNESCO World Heritage Sites, both 16th-century buildings noted for their beautiful architecture.
Day 2: Lisbon – Seville – Plaza de Toros de la Maestranza - Torre del Oro - La Giralda
On your second day, proceed from Lisbon to Seville, Spain, to explore the beautiful ancient city. Some attractions you’ll visit here include - the Plaza de Toros de la Maestranza, a significant bullfighting spot in Spain, famous for the world’s biggest bullfighting festival.
The Torre del Oro, or the Tower of Gold, was built in the 12th century to serve as a military watchtower. La Giralda, a bell tower that harmoniously blends Moorish and Renaissance architecture, is another must-see attraction.
Day 3: Cordoba – Mosque–Cathedral of Cordoba - Palacio de Viana - Puerta del Puente
After a delicious breakfast, you will proceed to Cordoba, where you can breathe in the beauty of the Mosque-Cathedral of Cordoba, an ancient structure constructed back when Cordoba was the capital of Al-Andalus but later converted into a cathedral in the 13th century.
You can explore the Palacio de Viana with its stunning courtyards and collection of antiques and art. The Puerta del Puente is a popular tourist destination built in the 16th century and is a Renaissance gate.
The Palace of Alcazar de los Reyes Christianos a medieval palace built by the Muslim moors and later renovated by King Alfonso XI in the 14th century. Your visit to Cordoba ends with a flamenco show.
Day 4: Toledo - Catedral de Toledo – Madrid
Drive down to Toledo to visit the Catedral de Toledo, a gothic cathedral famous for its frescos, statues, and artworks painted by El Greco. Your trip ends with a visit to the Sword Factory in Toledo. From there, you’ll move on to Madrid, where you will spend the night.
Day 5: Madrid City Tour: Campo del Moro - Sabatini Gardens - Royal Palace of Madrid
While in Madrid, begin your day by walking around Campo del Moro, a gorgeous park built in the 19th century. The Sabatini Gardens is another tourist attraction inspired by the neoclassical style and part of the Royal Palace, the place of residence of the Spanish royal family.
Day 6: Zaragoza - Gothic Quarter - Sant Jordi Palace - Barcelona
Drive down from Madrid to Zaragoza to admire the stunning architecture: houses, squares, city walls, churches, basilicas, and palaces. We’ll guide you through the Gothic Quarter, Barcelona's historic centre lined with clubs, lounges, and bars. Visit the indoor sporting arena of Sant Jordi Palace before retiring for the night. Some of the other attractions here include La Sagrada Familia and Olympic Village.
Day 7: Depart from Barcelona
Check out from your hotel and head to the airport to board your flight back home.
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