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Spain is Known for Its Natural Beauty, Architectural Wonders and Glorious History that Attract a Lot of Tourists from Across the Globe. Start the Tour from Madrid and Then Proceed Towards Cordoba, Seville, Granada and Finally to Barcelona. On this Tour, Visit Some of the Top Attractions of These CitiesInter-city Transfers
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all Personal Expenses, Optional Tours and Extra Meals
tips, Porterage, Laundry and Phone Calls 3.50% Government Service Tax
Day 1 : Arrive in Madrid
Upon Arrival in Madrid, Meet a Representative from Yatra and Transfer to the Designated Hotel in a Luxury Car.
madrid, the Capital of Spain, Lies On the Banks of the Manzanares River. It is the Cultural, Economic and Political Centre of the Country. a Modern City, Madrid Still Has Many Historic Streets and Neighbourhoods. It Has a Mediterranean Climate Being Situated At An Elevation 667 M Above Sea Level. the City is Famous as a Tourist Destination and Receives Hordes of Travellers Every Year. Some of Its Top Attractions are Royal Palace of Madrid, Golden Triangle of Art and Cibeles Palace and Fountain.
on Reaching the Hotel, Complete the Check-in Formalities and Rest for Some Time. Thereafter, Spend the Rest of the Day At Leisure.
stay Overnight At the Hotel.
Day 2 : Sightseeing in Madrid
After Breakfast At the Hotel, Embark On a Private Tour of Madrid in a Luxury Car.
start the Day By Driving to the Old Part of the City to Get a View of Some Historical Buildings, Followed By a Visit to the Royal Palace of Madrid. Featuring 3418 Rooms with a Floor Space Area of 13500 Sq M, this 9th Century Fortress Serves as the Royal Residence of the Spanish Monarch. in the Premises is also Situated is the Well-maintained Sabatini Gardens. These Gardens, Featuring Neoclassical Architecture, have a Pool, Lawns, Hedges, Statues and Fountains.
later, Visit Campo Del Moro, Which Lies Between the Manzanares River and the Royal Palace of Madrid. During the 12th Century, the Moorish Army Camped as They Had Plans to Capture the Madrid City. in the 19th Century, the Place Was Converted Into a Public Park.
thereafter, Pay a Visit to the Royal Basilica of San Francisco El Grande. Built in the Latter Part of the 18th Century, this Roman Catholic Church Has a Neoclassic Architecture. At One Point in History, the Church Housed the Remains of the Famous Artists and Politicians of Spain.
later, Visit Paseo Del Prado, a Prominent Boulevard in the City. Here, You Can See Some Beautiful Fountains. Then, Proceed Towards the Toledo Bridge, a Wonderful Piece of Architecture, Designed By Pedro Ribera. the Bridge Was Constructed Between 1718 and 1727.
thereafter, Visit the Prado Museum, One of the Top Art Galleries in Europe. this Museum Showcases Artworks of Some of the Renowned Artists Including Rubens, Bosch, Raphael and Goya. Afterwards, Proceed Towards Puerta De Alcalá, Which is a Spectacular Neoclassic Monument that Lies in the Central Part of the City.
later, Come Back to the Hotel for An Overnight Stay.
Day 3 : Madrid to Cordoba
After a Filling Breakfast, Check-out from the Hotel and Proceed Towards the Railway Station On Your Own to Catch a Train to Cordoba, a City in the Andalusia Region of Spain. the Historic Centre of the City Has Been Acknowledged as a Unesco World Heritage Site. the City Lies On the Banks of the Guadalquivir River and Experiences a Subtropical-mediterranean Climate. It is Home to Many Architectural Wonders from the Past that Draws a Lot of Visitors from Across the Globe.
on Reaching the Hotel in Cordoba, Check-in and Stay Overnight.
Day 4 : Cordoba to Seville
After a Scrumptious Breakfast, Check-out from the Hotel and Go On a City Tour of Cordoba. Start the Tour with a Stroll Through Historic Part of the City and Visit the Mosque-cathedral of Cordoba. This Complex is Considered to Be the Most Accomplished Structures Featuring the Moorish Architecture.
Later, Proceed Towards the Cordoba Synagogue, Which Was Constructed in the Year 1315. The Leading Architect of this Historic Edifice Was Isaac Moheb. In 1885, this Structure Was Declared as a National Monument.
In the Evening, Transfer On Your Own to the Train Station to Board the Train Heading to Seville, Which is the Capital City of the Andalusian Region. The Old Part of this City Has Three Unesco World Heritage Sites, Namely General Archive of the Indies, Alcazar Palace Complex and Seville Cathedral.
On Reaching in Seville, Transfer On Your Own to the Hotel and Stay Overnight.
Day 5 : Seville to Granada
After a Buffet Breakfast At the Hotel, Check-out from the Hotel and Proceed for a City Tour of Seville.
Start the Tour with a Visit the Seville Cathedral (also Known as Cathedral of Saint Mary of the See). It is the Third-largest Church Across the Globe and the Largest Gothic Cathedral. This Church Was Acknowledged as a World Heritage Site By Unesco in 1987.
Thereafter, You Will Drive Pass By Santa Cruz, a Former Jewish Quarter and a Tourist Neighbourhood; the Royal Fortresses and Archive of the Indies. On Reaching Guadalquivir River, You Will Visit the Torre Del Oro, a Military Watchtower that Was Built in the 13th Century By the Almohad Dynasty. In the Middle Ages, this Building Was Used as a Prison.
Afterwards, Enjoy a Boat Cruise On the Scenic Guadalquivir River. Thereafter, Relish Your Lunch and Then Transfer to the Train Station to Take a Train to Granada.
Located in the Foothills of the Sierra Nevada Mountains, the City of Granada is the Capital of Its Namesake Province. It is Situated At An Elevation of 738 Metres Above Sea Level. The City is Home to Three Unesco World Heritage Sites, Namely the Alhambra Palace, Generalife Gardens and Albaicin.
On Reaching Granada, Check-in At the Hotel and Rest. If You are Interested, Then You Can Go for An Optional Flamenco Dance Show in the Caves of Sacromonte.
Day 6 : Granada to Barcelona
After a Scrumptious Breakfast, Check-out from the Hotel and Go On a Tour Of
three Unesco World Heritage Sites Including Alhambra Palace, Generalife Gardens and Albaicin.
Alhambra Palace is a Fortress and Palace in Granada, Which Was Originally Built in 889. It Remains in Ruins Until the Mid-11th Century, When It Was Reconstructed Into a Royal Palace By Sultan of Granada, in the Year 1333. This Palace Resembles Medieval Christian Structures Owing to Its Construction Plan, Which Features a Palace, Castle and Residential Quarters for the Subordinates.
Generalife Gardens, Situated Adjacent to Alhambra On the Cerro Del Sol Hill, Comprises a Series of Huge Gardens. This Place Has a Few Structures that are Located in Its Eastern Part and Northern Part. The Highlight of These Gardens is Their Plants.
Albaicin Lies Between the Hills of San Cristobal, Alhambra, the Sacromonte and Elvira. It is An Old Arab Quarter, Which Over the Years Has Become An Integral Part of Tourist Activities in Granada.
After Sightseeing in the Morning, Relish Your Lunch and By Afternoon, Proceed Towards the Airport On Your Own to Take a Flight to Barcelona, Which Lies in Catalonia, An Autonomous Community in Spain.
Barcelona is the Leading Tourism, Cultural and Economic Centre of the Nation. It is Situated On the Coast of Iberian Peninsula, Facing the Mediterranean Sea. The City is Home to Many Unesco World Heritage Sites, such as Casa Batlló, Casa Vicens, Park Güell and Palau Guell.
On Reaching Barcelona, Check-in At the Hotel and Spend the Rest of the Day At Leisure.
Enjoy An Overnight Stay At the Hotel.
Day 7 : Sightseeing in Barcelona
After breakfast at the hotel, embark on a sightseeing tour of the city of Barcelona in a luxury car.
Start the tour by visiting to the old Barcelona Cathedral, which was constructed between the 13th and 15th centuries. This building that has a length of 90 metres, width of 40 metres and height of 53 metres is renowned for its Gothic and Gothic Revival architecture.
Thereafter, proceed towards Sagrada Família, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This church known for its facades – Passion, Glory and Nativity – was designed by architect Antoni Gaudi.
Afterwards, head towards the Olympic Village of Poblenou, which is famous for being the hosting grounds of the 1992 Summer Olympics. Later, visit the wonderful Columbus Monument, dedicated to the famous explorer Christopher Columbus. This beautifully designed monument was built to honour the Columbus’s first voyage to the Americas.
Thereafter, pay a visit to the Montjuïc Mountain, an important attraction in the city. This area on the mountain was traditionally used for animal grazing and cultivation purpose. By 1980s, some parts of the hill were turned into parklands. 1929, large-scale construction was initiated in the area as part of the preparation for the International Exposition. Some of the attractions to visit in this place are Sant Jordi Palace and Olympic Stadium.
After the sightseeing tour, come back to the hotel and stay overnight.
Day 8 : Departure from Barcelona
After a Scrumptious Breakfast, Check-out from the Hotel and Transfer to the Airport to Board Your Return Flight, Culminating this Memorable Journey.
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