Join this fantastic trip through Andalucia, one of the most beautiful regions of Spain and feel the magic of its oriental legacy.
Arrival to Málaga Airport
Depending on the flight arrival time, transfer from the airport to Malaga city centre for a walking tour through the old town, the Alcazaba fortress, the Port and a visit to the Picasso museum. Transfer to Córdoba in the evening. This ancient city has been declared a World Heritage Site and contains a mixture of the diverse cultures that have settled it throughout history (muslim, jewish and christian). (No meals)
10-13h: Walking sightseeing tour with your local guide within the Jewish quarter including private guided visit to The Mosque, the Synagogue and the Alcazar gardens. Visit to a couple of the most representative Balconies and Patios (recently named as part of the Intangible Cultural Heritage list) 13.30-15 h: Tapas lunch within the Jewish quarter. Free afternoon to visit the Julio Romero museum, enjoy a walk along the river side and the Roman bridge or do some shopping in the city centre. 20-21h: Spanish horse show at Las Caballerizas Reales. (Meals: breakfast and lunch)
Córdoba - Granada
10-13h: guided excursion to Medinat Al Zahara, 8 kms west of Córdoba (one of the major archaeological sites in Andalucia). 13.30-15h: Lunch at the Victoria market. 15.30h: Transfer to Granada. The city of Granada has been shaped by the hills, where the old districts in the Albaicín and the Alhambra were founded, brimming with steep, narrow streets, beautiful nooks and crannies, and marvelous landscapes. 17.30 h: Check-in. 19-21h: walking sightseeing tour of the Albaycin quarter with stop in the Mirador San Nicolás to enjoy one of the most beautiful sunsets on Earth.
10-13h: Full guided tour of the Alhambra Palace and the Generalife gardens. 13.30-15h: Lunch at a typical “Granada Carmen” in the Albaycin quarter. Free afternoon to enjoy an Arabian Hamman/Spa or a tea experience in the famous “Teterias” steet. 20-22h: Dinner and Flamenco show in a typical gipsy cave in the Sacromonte quarter. (Meals: breakfast and lunch)
Granada - Sevilla
10.30-12.30h: walking tour in Granada city centre including guided visits to the Cathedral and the Royal Chapel. 13-14.30h: tapas lunch. 15h: Transfer to Sevilla. This city is the capital of the Andalucia region. It is located on the plain of the Guadalquivir river which crosses the city from North to South. The river can be navigated from Seville all the way to its outlet near Sanlúcar de Barrameda, on the Atlantic coast. 17.30h: Check-in. 19-20h: horse carriage tour including Plaza de España, Mª Luisa park, Gualquivir riverside and Triana bridge. Free evening. (Meals: breakfast and lunch)
10-13h: Private guided tour in the Santa Cruz quarter, including visits to the Cathedral and the Alcazar. 13.30-15h: Tapas lunch. Free afternoon with optional activities: relax, visit some museums or monuments such as “Casa Pilatos”, Hospital de los Venerables, visit the Metropol panoramic view in Plaza de la Encarnacion, time for shopping. 20-21h: flamenco show at the Flamenco Museum. (Meals: breakfast and lunch)
10.30h: Transfer to Ronda. Built on an isolated ridge of the sierra, Ronda splits in half by a gaping river gorge, el Tajo, that drops sheer for 130 m on three sides. Still more spectacular, the gorge is spnned by a stunning XVIII century arched bridge, the Puente Nuevo, while tall whitewashed houses lean perilously from its precipitous edges. 13-14.30h: Lunch. 15-17h: walking tour in the old town and guided visit to the bullring. 17.30h: Transfer to Malaga and check-in at your hotel. Free evening in Malaga. If you penetrate beyond its port and seafront, Malaga city can pleasantly surprise you. The archaeological remains and monuments from the Phoenician, Roman, Arabic and Christian eras make the historic centre of the city an open museum, displaying its rich history of more than 3.000 years. (Meals: breakfast and lunch)
According to your flight schedule, transfer to Málaga airport. End of services.
08 Days / 07 Nights
From 01 May 2016
To 30 September 2016