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Day 1 - Arrive in Malaga. Transfer to hotel. Welcome dinner and brief overview of the tour.
Day 2 - Breakfast at hotel. Tour Picasso's natal city, Malaga, including the house where he was born and a trip to the Picasso Museum. Lunch at a traditional Spanish restaurant. The afternoon will take us to the Alcazaba and Gilbralfaro, the ancient Moorish fortress and Castle that overlook the heart of the city. The evening is free to take in the delights of Malaga.
Day 3 - Breakfast at hotel. After breakfast at the hotel, we make our way up the Eastern Coast of Malaga to the city of Nerja, with its spectacular Balcon de Europa, a breathtaking scenic overview. After lunch, continue up the road to the traditional town of Frigiliana, a quiet, traditional pueblo offering its visitors a slice of Andalusia's living history. Return to Malaga.
Day 4 - Breakfast at hotel. Drive up the old Road to Granada, stopping along the way in the classic Andalusian village of Montefrio. After a walk around the town, enjoy a traditional lunch before heading off to Granada. We arrive in Granada in the early evening, with plenty of time to enjoy the evening, including a Tapas dinner in the city center.
Day 5 - Breakfast at hotel. Tour the impressive Alhambra, offering a view into the historical and cultural significance of this city. In the afternoon, explore the ancient city of Granada. In the evening, if you want an additional taste of pure Andalusia, join us for a Flamenco show.
Day 6 - Breakfast at hotel. Head across to Antequera, an outstanding example of the untouched Spain. Tour around the city, where you can enjoy the many examples of quintessential Andalusian architecture and historical richness that distinguish this town. Enjoy lunch in one of the best local restaurants, and head back to Malaga.
Day 7 - Breakfast at hotel. Morning at leisure on the Costa del Sol. In the evening, join us for a farewell dinner
Day 8 - Breakfast at hotel. Transfer to airport.
Day 1 - Arrive in Barcelona. Transfer to hotel. Enjoy an evening stroll around the city center, and a welcome dinner where we will review your tour itinerary.
Day 2 - Morning tour of Barcelona, including the Gothic neighborhood, the world-famous Las Ramblas, and the Maremagnum port area. In the afternoon, visit the Sagrada Familia church and spend some time wandering through Park Güell.
Day 3 - Morning trip to Montserrat, including a visit to the Monastery and the Santa Cova. In the afternoon, perhaps take a trip into wine country to visit a winery and enjoy some Cava, Spain´s sparkling wine.
Day 4 - This morning, head up to Girona and walk around the old Roman walls and the 11th century Cathedral. After lunch, head over to the town of La Seu D’urgell, one of the most important Catalonian towns in the Middle Ages, famous for its spectacular Romanesque churches and Cathderal. Night in La Seu D’Urgell.
Day 5 - Take a trip across to the natural park of Ordesa National Park, and enjoy the day walking the trails. Enjoy a picnic lunch in the park.
Day 6 - Moving across the country, we head toward the famous town of Pamplona, where the famous Running of the Bulls takes place. Stop in one of the picturesque towns along the way for lunch. Spent the night in Pamplona.
Day 7 - Today, head up the coast toward the border town of San Sebastian, and enjoy the afternoon in this charming fishing town. Late evening arrival in Bilbao.
Day 8 - Morning tour the city of Bilbao, visiting its many fascinating sites, including the Guggenheim Museum. Afternoon at leisure or take an optional excursion to one of the Basque country’s fascinating villages.
Day 9 - Transfer to Bilbao airport for return flight to the USA.
Day 1 - Arrival at Barcelona Airport. Transfer to Hotel. Evening a brief Q&A session with your Spanish Touch guide before your welcome dinner. Night in Barcelona.
Day 2 - Breakfast at hotel. A morning tour of Barcelona, including walk through the Barri Gotic, Gothic District, the best preserved example of the Gothic period of Spain and Las Ramblas. After a quick lunch Visit the the impressive Sagrada Familia, Antoni Gaudi's Modernista masterpiece. Enjoy the evening at leisure or join us for an optional Tapas tour. Night in Barcelona.
Day 3 - Breakfast at hotel. A trip down the coast toward the beach town of Sitges for a morning at the beach. Walk along the promenade, do some shopping in one of the many boutiques, or simply take in the sun and culture at one of the beachfront cafés. After lunch, return via the Penedes region, and see why this newly-rediscovered wine region is gaining international fame. Visit a winery before returning to Barcelona. Night in Barcelona.
Day 4 - Breakfast at hotel. Morning trip up to Montserrat Mountain, including a visit to the Monastery, and take a cable car up to the top of the mountain. Enjoy the afternoon at leisure, or take the optional Modernista Tour of Barcelona including the Palau de La Musica Catalana. Night in Barcelona.
Day 5 - Breakfast at hotel. Transfer up the Costa Brava, passing through the city of Girona. Take a morning tour of the historical center and explore the ancient streets, walk along the old city wall, and visit the 12th-century Jewish Synagogue, now a museum. After lunch in a traditional Catalan restaurant, continue to the Greco-Roman beach town of Empuries. Founded in the 7th-century BC, Empuries offers a fascinating history of the region, from the Greeks and Iberians through the Romans, Moors and the Catholic Monarchs. Night in Costa Brava
Day 6 - Breakfast at hotel. Visit to the medieval town of Besalú, a town seemingly forgotten by the march of time. Enter through the gates via the old stone bridge and take the chance to step back in time as you walk through the old stone streets and buildings. Night in Costa Brava.
Day 7 - Breakfast at hotel. Return to Barcelona. An afternoon visit Montjuic Mountain, including the Joan Miró Museum, the Olympic Stadium and Montjuic Castle. Evening farewell dinner ion Barcelona. Night in Barcelona.
Day 8 - Breakfast at hotel. Transfer to airport.
Day 1. Arrival in Barcelona.
Transfer to hotel. After lunch, take a walking tour around the old city to stretch your legs and get a feel for the city. Night in Barcelona.
Day 2. Dali’s Theater-Museum in Figueres and
Breakfast at hotel. Morning transfer to Figueres. Afternoon visit to Girona including the Jewish Quarter and the Cathedral. Night in Barcelona.
Day 3. Gaudi's Modernista Barcelona
Breakfast at hotel. Morning visit to the Sagrada Familia, Gaudi’s unfinished masterpiece. Afterwards, continue to Park Guell, and Casa Battlo and La Pedrera. Optional evening tapas tour through the old city. Night in Barcelona.
Day 4. Montserrat and Wine Country
Morning trip to Montserrat, including a visit to the Monastery and the Santa Cova. In the afternoon, take a trip into wine country to visit a winery see how the hand-crafted traditions are still alive. Evening transfer via AVE to Madrid. Night in Madrid.
Day 5. Madrid City Tour and the Reina Sofia.
Breakfast at hotel. Morning visit to the Reina Sofia museum. Afternoon tour of Madrid city center. Night in Madrid.
Day 6. Madrid Museum Day
Breakfast at hotel. Madrid at leisure to visit the famous Golden Triangle of Madrid’s other two most famous museums: El Prado and the Thyssen-Bornemisza. Optional day tour to Segovia. Night in Madrid.
Day 7. Toledo Day Tour
Breakfast at hotel. Day trip to Toledo, the famous walled city, including visits to the Cathedral, Cristo de la Luz Mosque, El Greco’s house and the old Jewish Quarter. Farewell dinner and last night in Madrid.
Day 8. Departure
Transfer to airport for return flight to the USA.
Day 1 - Arrival in Madrid: transfer from airport to hotel. Day at leisure in Madrid. Welcome dinner in Madrid. Night in Madrid
Day 2 - Morning tour of Madrid city center, including the Royal Palace. Afternoon free to visit the Prado Museum and surrounding area. Night in Madrid.
Day 3 - Morning visit to Toledo, the ancient walled city. Explore the city with a private guide and stop for lunch before returning to Madrid. Afternoon visit to the Reina Sofia Museum, home of Picasso's masterpiece, Guernica. Night in Madrid.
Day 4 - Transfer to Seville. A stop at the hotel and lunch in the old Santa Cruz quarter, and a walk down the river past the impressive Plaza de Toros, Torre de Oro and ending up at the Maria Luisa Park, home of the 1929 Fair. Night in Seville.
Day 5 - Morning visit of Seville, including the old Jewish Quarter, the Alcazares and the Cathedral. Optional evening Flamenco show with dinner. Night in Seville.
Day 6 - Transfer to Granada, city of Moors and Catholic kings. Along the way, stop for lunch in the historic town of Antequera, just north of the spectacular El Torcal Park. Night in Granada.
Day 7 - Morning visit of Granada city center, Ferdinand and Isabella's final resting place. After a quick lunch, visit the Alhambra, the 12th century Moorish palace and fortress. In the evening, join us for a tapas night out for your last evening.Night in Granada.
Day 8 - Transfer to Granada airport.
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