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Although you might be enthralled with the idea of the Spanish siesta—the customary post-lunch nap to escape the midday heat—you’ll want to think twice about catching any afternoon Zzzs on this dreamy introductory tour of Spain. Otherwise, you’d miss all the sunny sights this 9-day vacation to Spain has in store. From Madrid’s art-filled Prado Museum to Barcelona’s tree-lined La Rambla, we show you the country’s top must-see sights, indulging in pans of zesty paella, and pitchers of tangy sangria along the way. While you’ll treat yourself to the fresh catches from the sea, the olives from the hills, and the wine from the lush river valleys; it’s sights such as Granada’s opulent Alhambra complex, Seville’s over-the-top Plaza de España, and Barcelona’s unparalleled Sagrada Familia Basilica that are a feast for the eyes.

The following UNESCO World Heritage Sites can be seen or visited on this vacation:
Alhambra and Generalife Granada
La Lonja de la Seda de Valencia
Historic Centre of Cordoba
Works of Antoni Gaudi: Sagrada Familia

What’s included:
Breakfast - 8
Dinner - 4

Prices starting at $2,499 per person based on double occupancy. Air and recommended travel insurance are additional. 

Available Dates for 2024: March 30th, April 6th, 13th, 20th and 27th, May 4th, 11th, 18th and 25th, June 1st, 8th, 15th, 22nd and 29th, July 13th and 27th, August 10th, 24th and 31st, September 7th, 14th, 21st and 28th, October 5th. 

Tour prices are land only. All tour specials are subject to availability and rates are subject to change. Travel insurance is highly recommended. Not responsible for publishing/printing errors. Additional taxes, surcharges, and luggage fees may apply.


At 6 pm, meet your Tour Director and travel companions for a welcome dinner at your hotel.

MADRID Guided sightseeing includes the Prado Museum and sights of the Cibeles Fountain and Calle Alcala.
ART & ARCHITECTURE The Prado Museum houses one of the world’s largest art collections, including its amazing assortment of masterpieces by historic artists like Velasquez, Goya, and El Greco. The famous museum also displays the works of renowned European masters, including Rubens and Rembrandt, along with a stunning collection of Greco-Roman statues. B

CORDOBA Guided walking tour includes the Mosque of the Caliphs. Enjoy free time to browse before departing for Seville. 354 mi / 570 km
ANCIENT ARCHITECTURE The Mosque of Córdoba (Mezquita-Catedral de Córdoba in Spanish) today is a Catholic cathedral but was originally a mosque built for Muslim prayer by Abd ar-Rahman I in the 8th century. The mosque’s architecture is rich in dazzling detail, with over 800 granite and marble pillars supporting its beautiful brick and stone arches - a major focal point in the mosque along with the soaring bell tower – the tallest structure in the city. B,D

SEVILLE Visit Plaza de España. Guided sightseeing includes Casa de Pilatos, and a walk through the Santa Cruz quarter.
HISTORIC SPOT Walk through Seville’s picturesque Plaza de España, originally built for Seville's Ibero-American Expo at the 1929 World's Fair. The 540,000-square-foot plaza features a sprawling mosaic patio. Explore the historic Santa Cruz quarter and its magical maze of tapas, flamenco, and cafés. B

GRANADA Guided walking tour includes the Alhambra complex and the Water Gardens of the Generalife.
155 mi / 250 km
ARCHITECTURAL GEMS Granada’s Alhambra Complex stands as one of the largest ancient aristocratic sites of Western Muslim culture. Its leafy lanes and streams enhance the grand water gardens of Generalife, at the once summer palace and country estate of the Nasrid rulers. B

VALENCIA Guided walking tour includes a photo stop at the science complex and a traditional Horchata (rice, milk, vanilla, and cinnamon drink) tasting.  Enjoy a traditional Paella dinner at a local restaurant.
311 mi / 500 km
LOCAL TASTES Enjoy an authentic Spanish paella dinner in Valencia. Traditional Paella Valenciana is made with chicken and sweet paprika and golden saffron in a slow simmered broth for a sumptuous, heart-warming hallmark of traditional Spanish cuisine. B, D

Scenic drive along the coast en route to Barcelona.
BARCELONA Enjoy free time this afternoon and evening.
211 mi / 340 km. B

BARCELONA Guided sightseeing includes the Columbus Monument, Plaza de Cataluña, and panoramic view of the city and harbor from Montjuïc Hill. Visit the Sagrada Familia Basilica.  Enjoy Sangria and a farewell dinner at La Fonda del Port Olimpic restaurant.
LOCAL TASTES Say farewell to Spain with a toast of Sangria and culinary specialties at Barcelona’s La Fonda del Port Olìmpic restaurant. Dine in the heart of the Olympic Port where excellence in Mediterranean food is always on the menu. This landmark eatery in Barcelona serves carefully selected vegetables, fish, seafood, and sausages – making it the go-to place for the perfect paella. B, D

Your vacation ends with breakfast this morning

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