Seville, Spain


Andalusia Tour

Toledo / Cordoba / Seville / Malaga / Granada / Valencia / Barcelona

Feel the passion

A journey through Andalusia, a melting pot of Judaic, Muslim, and Christian cultures and one of the most outstanding periods in the history of Spain.

The melting pot of Muslim, Judaic and Christian cultures that were al-Andalus is revealed repeatedly along the route that we propose through the center, the south and the Mediterranean coast of Spain, crossing the regions of La Mancha, Andalusia, Valencia and Catalonia. Being a border area between Africa and Europe and the meeting point of the Mediterranean with the Atlantic, the presence of Roman archaeological remains is very important, as well as the wave of constructions that the Catholic monarchy drove. The diversity of landscapes ranges from the warm Guadalquivir valley to the leafy mid-mountain ranges, passing through the beaches of the Gold Coast and the white peaks of the Sierra Nevada. As is customary in this country, the content of flavors is vast.

The 18 days that the trip lasts allow you to walk in medieval fortresses and castles, white villages, street markets, Roman aqueducts, windmills, walls and mythical cities such as Córdoba, Seville, Granada and Barcelona.


    located on the banks of the Guadalquivir, was the Roman capital of Hispania and later the seat of the Caliphate from which the Muslims ruled the entire Iberian Peninsula. In the 10th century, it was the most opulent and cultured city on the planet, with a population of close to a million. Exceptionally well preserved, its many historical monuments make up the second-largest heritage town in Europe.
    The only port through which the products and novelties that arrived from the Americas entered, Seville was for more than a century the wealthiest city in Europe and therefore one of the most important in the world.
    is one of the most beautiful cities in Spain. The meeting point between Europe and the Maghreb, the capital of the last Nasrid kingdom, was one of the most flourishing centers before the Renaissance. The final frontier of al-Andalus, its appearance was maintained until the end of the 19th century, when the sugar boom made it experience a new urban splendor. It is a city that invites you to immerse yourself in the timeless atmosphere of its Arab teahouses or lose yourself while having tapas in its countless bars.
    has it all: a phenomenal Gothic old town, open-air markets, museums, churches and renowned restaurants, beaches on the Mediterranean and an architecture that spans two thousand years of history. None is as splendid, original and outstanding as the modernist period. The works built between the end of the 19th century and the first three decades of the 20th gave a cultural identity card to a city that was differentiating itself from the rest of Spain for economic and ideological reasons.


  • 18 nights accommodation in 4* hotels with breakfast
  • Transportation, tour leader and local guides services throughout the tour according to the itinerary
  • 2 nights in Toledo with a panoramic tour, visit Monastery of San Juan de Los Reyes, welcome dinner
  • 3 nights in Cordoba with a panoramic tour, the tour of the Don Quixote Route in La Mancha, visit Medina Azahara, a night visit to the Mosque of Córdoba 1 dinner
  • 3 nights in Seville with a panoramic tour, visit the Royal Alcazars of Seville
  • 2 nights in Malaga with a panoramic tour, guided visit of Cádiz
  • 3 nights in Granada with a panoramic tour, visits to the Palace of the Alhambra, Flamenco show in Sacromonte
  • 2 nights in Valencia with a panoramic tour, 1 dinner
  • 3 nights in Barcelona with a panoramic tour, farewell dinner

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Andalusia Tour

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