Tour Destination : Madrid, Seville, Cordoba
- Inclusion & Exclusion
- Optional Sightseeing
Welcome to the Capital of Spain! On arrival at Madrid Airport you will be met by your English Speaking driver at the arrival hall. Transfer by a luxury car to your hotel. The nerve centre of Spain, both physically and culturally, Madrid is short of nothing; whether you're a sun seeker, a culture lover or both. What Madrid lacks in beaches and coasts it makes up for in art galleries, large open lush gardens, streets lined with Spain's best tapas bars and a city atmosphere that never dwindles no matter the time of day, week or month. Narrow, cobbled streets leading to bustling squares and breathtaking historical architecture hidden around every corner maintain the cities quaint, Spanish vibe. After check in at the hotel, the rest of the day is at leisure to acquaint oneself with the magnificent city. Overnight stay at your hotel in Madrid.
Enjoy Buffet breakfast at the hotel. A private car or minivan with a professional English Speaking driver/guide will make your visit to Madrid more meaningful and enjoyable. As the capital of Spain, Madrid is a city of great cultural and political importance. A complete vision of Madrid will be reached at the end of this tour by having a panoramic sightseeing of the old part of the city. During these 2 hours we will discover Madrid under its different historical periods. We will drive through Madrid of the Bourbon period, gazing at the Palacio Real (Royal Palace), the Teatro Real (Madrid's opera house), the Museo del Prado (El Prado Museum), Atocha railway station, the Puerta de Alcala (triumphal arch) and the city's beautiful fountains of Neptuno and Cibeles. Lunch and proceed to railway station on your own to board your high speed train to Seville (Not included in the tour price). The journey between the cities takes approximately 3 hours. Seville is known as the Andalusian capital! Make your own way to the hotel. Arrive at the hotel and check in. Rest of the day is free at leisure. No tour to Spain is complete without watching a flamenco dance show(Not included in the tour price). Seville is the capital city of Flamenco. Overnight stay at your hotel in Seville.
Enjoy Buffet breakfast at the hotel. Check out of the hotel and proceed onwards to enjoy a Morning Half Day city tour of Seville. Who can fail to fall for the charms of this seductive city on the banks of the Guadalquivir River? Discover the history and secrets behind this magical orange-scented city on an informative morning tour. You have a choice of two itineraries: the classical tour or the historical tour. Beautiful Seville has many impressive monuments dating back over the centuries. The Moors' legacy of marvelous architecture includes the Gothic cathedral with its Giralda, a minaret transformed into a Christian bell tower. After visiting the cathedral you will see the Torre del Oro (Golden Tower) by the Guadalquivir River, where important documents relating to the nautical history of Seville are stored. The Torre del Oro is closed on Mondays, when a visit to the Macarena Church will be included instead. You'll also enjoy panoramic views of Seville by coach. Discover the architecture of Seville in 1929, when the Iberoamerican Exhibition took place in the capital of Andalucia. You'll travel by coach to the Plaza de America and the Pabellon Mudejar by the Maria Luisa Gardens. Continuing to the city center, you'll pay a visit to the Alcazar Royal Palace, a fantastic example of the Moorish style with gorgeous tile mosaics, shady courtyards and Moorish and Renaissance gardens. The tour finishes in the narrow streets and tiny squares of the Santa Cruz quarter, Seville's historic Jewish district. After lunch make your own way to Seville Rail Station to board your train to Cordoba. You will be in Cordoba in an hours time. Arrive in Cordoba and make your own way to your hotel. Cardoba is a historic city in Andalusia, southern Spain, boasts an exceptionally rich historical and cultural heritage. Standing on a sweep of R????o Guadalquivir with countryside stretching far in every direction around, Cardoba is both a sophisticated metropolis and the heart of a very rural part of Andaluc????a. Apart from its great historical attractions, it's also today a thriving modern city with great restaurants, thronged taverns and a hip nightlife. The best time to visit is between mid-April and mid-June, when the skies are big and blue, the temperatures are just right, and the city's beautiful patios and old lanes are at their best, dripping with foliage and blooms. Rest of the day is at leisure. Overnight stay at your hotel in Cordoba.
Enjoy Buffet breakfast at the hotel. Check out of the hotel. Meet your guide in the indicated area to start a fabulous walking tour of Cordoba. This walking tour through the streets of Cordoba will really allow you to get to know the history and traditions of this intriguing city, with its beguiling mix of Roman, Arabic and Spanish history. See the magnificent Cathedral, converted within an original mosque when the Christians conquered Cordoba in 1236. Modifications took 234 years, so the original Gothic style is combined with Baroque and Renaissance elements. Remarkable are the Cardinal's Chapel and its treasure, including a monstrance of Enrique de Arfe, an ivory crucifix of Alonso Cano and important sculptures and paintings. Also visit the Alcazar de los Reyes Cristianos, the Palace of the Christian Kings, built in 1328 by Alfonso XI. In the interior of the palace there are remarkable Arabian baths, Roman mosaics and a sarcophagus of marble from 3rd Century. Originally there were four towers at the corners of the Alcazar, three of which can be seen still today: the Torre de Los Leones, the oldest, which forms the entrance to the palace, the octagonal Torre del Homenaje and the round Torre del Rio. The fourth tower, Torre de la Vela, was destroyed in 19th century. As you wander through the Jewish Quarter, going back to the time of the Romans and Goths, you will notice many important monuments reminding one of the most important sons of Cordoba: Roman philosopher Seneca, Arabian philosopher Averroes and Jewish philosopher Maimonides. Here you can find also one of the few synagogues existing today in Spain, this one built in 1315. Close to it there is the Bullfight-Museum. In the Zoco you can find traditional artisans and, in summer, watch Flamenco performances. In the evening make your own way to Cordoba Rail Station to board your train to Madrid. Arrive Madrid and transfer to the hotel on your own. Overnight stay at your hotel in Madrid.
Enjoy breakfast at the hotel. Check out of the hotel by noon. You will be transferred by a private car from your hotel to International airport. Proceed onwards to your next destination.
- 02 nights accommodation in Madrid.
- 01 nights accommodation in Seville.
- 01 nights ccommodation in Cordoba.
- Sightseeing Tour of 2 hours with an English Speaking driver in Madrid.
- Half Day city tour of Seville on Seat in Coach basis.
- Half Day Walking City tour of Cordoba.
- Return Airport transfers on Private basis with an English Speaking driver in Madrid.
- Airfare & Airport Taxes Excluded.
- Meals other than those listed in Inclusions.
- Any Extra activities, Guide, Camera fee charges etc.
- Drinks, tips, laundry, porterage, telephone calls & expenses of personal nature.
- Peak season/Convention period surcharges extra.
- Visa Cost.
- Travel Insurance.
- Any other services not mentioned in Inclusions.
- Local Transfers from Airport/Railway Station to Hotel and Excursions Sites or vice versa at places mentioned in the Itinerary.
3 Star Hotels
Madrid: Hotel Regina or Similar
Seville: Lux Bormujos or Similar
Cordoba: Hotel Tryp Gallos or Similar
Any cost arising due to natural calamities like, landslides, road blockage, political disturbances (strikes), etc (to be borne by the client, who is directly payable on the spot).