Spain Sightseeing

Barcelona Sightseeing
No Image Barcelona Flamenco Dinner, Drinks & Show 8:45 PM
Founded in 1970, the Tablao Cordobes is considered one of the most important Flamenco venues in Spain, and has thus reached international prestige. Many talented flamenco artists have graced its scene and passed through to great careers, and that same trend continues strong today. Located right on the Ramblas, the citys landmark boulevard, El Cordobes is one of the best locations in Barcelona for Flamenco. On arrival, enjoy a buffet-style dinner consisting of typical Spanish and Mediterranean cuisine, followed by a performance featuring Barcelonas most talented flamenco artists. Evening attire is recommended. Dinner begins at 8:45 p.m. show time is at 10:00 p.m. Please note that transportation to & from the hotel is not included.
No Image Barcelona Flamenco Show 10:00 PM
Founded in 1970, the Tablao Cordobes is considered one of the most important Flamenco venues in Spain, and has thus reached international prestige. Many talented flamenco artists have graced its scene and passed through to great careers, and that same trend continues strong today. Located right on the Ramblas, the citys landmark boulevard, El Cordobes remains today one of the best locations in Barcelona for Flamenco. Enjoy a fascinating performance featuring Barcelonas most talented flamenco artists. Evening attire is recommended. Show begins at 10:00 p.m. Please note that transportation to/from the hotel is not included.
No Image Full Day Barcelona City Tour with lunch 9:30 AM -Bus
Drive via Layetana, the Cathedral, The Gothic Quarter & Plaza Sant Jaume, and continue to visit the Port and Olympic Village. Continue to Montjuic. Tour the Olympic Stadium and Sant Jordi Palace. Visit the "Poble Espanol" (Spanish Village), where the most typical regional architectural styles in Spain are reproduced. Enjoy the opportunity to taste the famous Catalan Cava. We stop for lunch and free time before continuing to Guell Park. Next, a stop in the Sagrada Familia and a view of the Plaza de Toros Monumental (Bullring). Then we are off to the Picasso Museum (when closed, on Mondays & Sundays, well visit La Ciudadela or Santa Maria del Mar instead). View the Lleo Morera, Ametller and Mila houses before tours end. (L)(9.5 hrs, Sun/Tue/Wed/Thu/Fri/Sat)
No Image Full Day Barcelona Highlights Tour 10:00 AM
Experience all of the best highlights that the beautiful city of Barcelona has to offer. Begin the day immersing yourself in some of the most famous works of Spanish Architect Antoni Gaudi and experience the whimsical and fantastical world of Gaudis designs. Begin down the Passeig de Garcia, a broad street lined with trees, shops and houses. The street is home to some of the most renowned of Gaudis buildings &#150 la Casa Mila and la Casa Batllo. Continue to Park Guell, a residential suburb planned by Gaudi followed by a visit to the Sagrada Familia, the inspiring and still incomplete work of Gaudi. Following, head to the Barcelona Waterfront and the Old Port and continue to view the Columbus Monument, Gothic Drassanes ship yard and the World Trade Center. Visit Montjuic hill and enjoy outstanding views of the city from Mirador de Miramar lookout. Next, view the 1992 Olympic Ring sports complex. Finally, arrive at the Poble Espanyol for some time to explore on your own. Departs at 10:00 am from Plaza Catalunya opposite the Tourist Office, in front of Deutsche Bank & Hotel Olivia Plaza. Drop-off to be advised locally. Approximate tour duration is 5 hours.
No Image Full Day costa Brava, Tossa and Lloret de Mar with lunch
Drive along the coast passing through Badalona, Mataro, Caldetas, Arenys de Mar, Calella, Lloret de mar, and Tossa de Mar (Pearl of the Costa Brava). Enjoy a sea cruise to the Beach of Fanals followed by lunch and free time.
No Image Full Day Girona, Fuigueres, and Dali Museum with lunch 8:30 AM
Depart for the ancient city of Girona. On arrival, visit the Cathedral, a premiere landmark of the city, and the former Jewish ghetto or "Call," one of the best preserved in Europe. Enjoy lunch in Fuigueres, and afterwards, visit the Salvador Dali Museum. (L) Departs at 8:30 a.m. Please arrive 15 minutes prior to departure time. Pick and off details to be advised locally.
No Image Half Day Classic Barcelona City Tour 9:00 AM
Drive via Layetana and view the Cathedral, Gothic Quarter, and Plaza Sant Jaume en route to visit the Port and Olympic Village. Continue to Montjuic (Hill of the Jews) for panoramic views of the city and port, and tours of the Olympic Stadium and Sant Jordi Palace. Also visit the "Poble Espanol" (Spanish Village) to observe its regional architecture characteristic of early Spain. Here you will have the opportunity to taste the famous Catalan Cava (sparkling wine). Departs at 9:45 a.m. Pick-up and -off from Pullmantur Bus Terminal at 645 Gran Via, Bruc St. corner. Please arrive 15 minutes prior to departure
No Image Half Day Gaudi Tour 9:00 AM
Immerse yourself in some of the most famous works of Spanish Architect Antoni Gaudi and experience the whimsical and fantastical world of Gaudis designs. Begin down the Passeig de Garcia, a broad street lined with trees, shops and houses. The street is home to some of the most renowned of Gaudis buildings &#150 la Casa Mila and la Casa Batllo. Continue to Park Guell, a residential suburb planned by Gaudi followed by a visit to the Sagrada Familia, the inspiring and still incomplete work of Gaudi. Departs at 9:00 am from Plaza Catalunya opposite the Tourist Office, in front of Deutsche Bank & Hotel Olivia Plaza. Please arrive 15 minutes prior to departure. Drop-off to be advised locally.
No Image Half Day Montjuic & Barcelona Panoramic 12:30 PM
Enjoy two of Barcelonas beautiful areas- the Waterfront and Montjuic Hill. Begin at the Barcelona Waterfront and the Old Port and continue to view the Columbus Monument, Gothic Drassanes ship yard and the World Trade Center. Visit Montjuic hill and enjoy outstanding views of the city from Mirador de Miramar lookout. Next, view the 1992 Olympic Ring sports complex. Finally, arrive at the Poble Espanyol for some time to explore on your own.
No Image Half Day Montserrat from Barcelona 9:30 AM
Drive along the picturesque little villages of the province to reach the outstanding Monserrat Mountain. Visit the Royal Basillica, where the famous XII century romanesque sculpture of "Virgen Moreneta" can be admired. Enjoy an optional stop at the harbor to see the aquarium and its complex with restaurants and little shops in the area. (Daily)
No Image Sitges & Freixenet Winery Tour 8:45 AM
The guided tour at Freixenet Cava Cellars begins with a brief audiovisual presentation of the history of the family business that is followed by a visit to the old part of the cellars, built in 1922, where the house guides explain the process of cava production and give advice on serving and drinking this sparkling beverage. Board a small train to travel through part of the 20 km of underground cava cellars. Next, taste the different cavas of the Freixenet range in the tasting room. After the Winery, travel to Sitges, a tourist favorite and one of the most picturesque villages on the Catalan coast with the Garraf massif mountain range as its back. Enjoy time in this Mediterranean coast town that boasts an attractive range of cultural opportunities, exceptional cuisine and shopping, and seventeen beaches. Departs at 8:45 a.m. Pick-up and -off from Pullmantur Bus Terminal at 645 Gran Via, Bruc St. corner. Please arrive 15 minutes prior to departure
Benalmadena Sightseeing
No Image Optional Full Day Tangier with lunch from Benalmadena
Depart from hotel towards Algeciras or Tarifa. Cross the Strait of Gibraltar to Tangier. On arrival, visit the Medina. Enjoy lunch in a typical restaurant and free time before returning to hotel. (L) Departs at 5:30am. Pick up from hotel 15 minutes prior to departure time.
Bilbao Sightseeing
No Image San Sebastian Tour with Tapas Dinner
This afternoon join an optional excursion to the Bay of Biscay and the historical fishing town & resort of San Sebastian. A summer capital of Spain, it is here where the Belle Epoque lives on. Ideally situated it is surrounded by verdant mountains and beaches looking out onto a sparkling bay. Tour the charming old quarter bursting with cafés and join us for a tasty tapas dinner. Pick-up details to be advised locally.
Cordoba Sightseeing
No Image Evening Flamenco Show
This evening, enjoy a drink and traditional Flamenco show. As performed by some of Sevilles leading Flamenco artists, enjoy routines based on the cante jondo or "deep song," which describes the performer´s profound emotions in ancient poetic phrases. Although the development of Flamenco has centered principally in the region of Andalusia, it has come to embrace many of the folk traditions of the northern provinces. As a result, it has become, along with the bullfight, a popular symbol of Spain.
Costa del Sol Sightseeing
No Image Full Day Gibraltar Tour
This morning enjoy a visit to the impressive Rock of Gibraltar, a British Colony for over 300 years. Enjoy an island tour with mini buses climbing up to see St. Michaels Cave and the famous Barbary Apes with dramatic views of both the Spanish and Moroccan coastline. See the tunnels and installations of the World War Two British base and finally enjoy some time in the main street of the town with its colonial buildings and duty-free shops.
No Image Half Day Malaga Tour
Today, enjoy a half day tour of Malaga, the birthplace of Pablo Picasso. Begin with a visit to the Picasso Museum and Gibralfaro Castle, a once important fortress for both Moors and Spaniards, affording spectacular views of the beach and lively harbor. Drive along the sea front with its palm-tree-lined avenues and beach restaurants to admire the historical sights including the 2,000-year-old Roman Amphitheater. Pick-up details to be advised locally.
No Image Optional Half Day Mijas & Dinner
This afternoon, enjoy an excursion to Mijas, a beautiful village with narrow cobbled streets and whitewashed homes, offering a spectacular view of the Mediterranean from its natural balcony. It is also famous for its donkey taxis, local crafts of linen and wicker, and a small chapel built into the rocks. After enjoying time in the town, relax during dinner on the Mediterranean.
Fuengirola Sightseeing
No Image Full Day Cordoba from Fuengirola 6:00 AM
Today, enjoy a full day tour to Cordoba. Upon arrival, you will have a guided walk through the city where you will view the Mosque of the Caliphs, a beautifully restored 14th-century Roman Bridge, and the famous &#147Patios&#148 and typical gardens of Cordoba. Enjoy time at leisure in the afternoon before returning to the Costa del Sol
No Image Full Day Gibraltar from Fuengirola 9:20 AM
Enjoy a visit to the impressive Rock of Gibraltar, a British Colony for over 300 years standing guard over the Strait of Gibraltar, where the Atlantic meets the Mediterranean and Europe meets Africa. Enjoy a tour of the area with mini buses climbing up to see St. Michaels Cave and the famous Barbary Apes with dramatic views of both the Spanish and Moroccan coastline. Enjoy time at leisure in the town with its colonial buildings and duty-free shops. ** Please be sure to bring your passport when traveling to Gibraltar.
No Image Full Day Granada from Fuengirola 6:40 AM
Today, enjoy a full day tour to Granada. Depart from the hotel and make a short stop en route before arriving at Granada.Visit the Moorish Alhambra Palace with its famous Lion Courtyard and Myrtle Courtyard. Once in Alhambra you will be able to view Granadas Old Quarter Albayzin and then enjoy a leisurely walk through the Generalife gardens from where you will take in a spectacular view of the town and Sierra Nevada Mountains. Enjoy time at leisure in Granadas city center before returning to Fuengirola.
No Image Full Day Granada with lunch from Fuengirola
Today, enjoy a full day tour to Granada. Depart from the hotel and make a short stop en route before arriving at Granada.Visit the Moorish Alhambra Palace with its famous Lion Courtyard and Myrtle Courtyard. Once in Alhambra you will be able to view Granadas Old Quarter Albayzin and then enjoy a leisurely walk through the Generalife gardens from where you will take in a spectacular view of the town and Sierra Nevada Mountains. Enjoy time at leisure in Granadas city center before returning to Fuengirola.
No Image Full Day Ronda from Fuengirola
Travel to Ronda, a beautiful Andalusian town of Celtic origin. Enjoy spectacular views of the area while driving the Spanish coast for Ronda where, upon arrival, your tour of the town includes viewing the collegiate church of "Santa Maria de La Encarnacion," and the old town with its quaint streets and mansions. Continue to view the "Puente Nuevo" (New Bridge) over the ravine, the newest symbol of the town. Next, visit the oldest bullring in Spain. Enjoy free time to explore the town on your own before returning to Fuengirola.
No Image Full Day Ronda with lunch from Fuengirola
Travel to Ronda, a beautiful Andalusian town of Celtic origin. Enjoy spectacular views of the area while driving the Spanish coast for Ronda where, upon arrival, your tour of the town includes viewing the collegiate church of "Santa Maria de La Encarnacion," and the old town with its quaint streets and mansions. Continue to view the "Puente Nuevo" (New Bridge) over the ravine, the newest symbol of the town. Next, visit the oldest bullring in Spain. Enjoy free time to explore the town on your own before returning to Fuengirola.
No Image Full Day Seville from Fuengirola 6:00 AM
Enjoy a full day tour to Seville, the capital of Andalucía and the home of flamenco. Begin with a visit to the Cathedral which houses the tomb of Christopher Columbus, followed by a short walk through the Santa Cruz Quarter. Next, enjoy a panoramic tour of the main avenues and streets such as Maria Luisa Park, and Las Palmeras Avenue followed by time at leisure to explore the city before returning to your hotel
No Image Full Day Tangier with lunch from Fuengirola
Drive along the Coastal Road to Algeciras or Tarifa. Here we cross the Straits of Gibraltar to Tangier. Upon arrival we will visit the Medina, then enjoy lunch in a typical Moroccan restaurant. Following lunch, you will have free time for shopping before returning to the Costa del Sol. Departs at 6:10am. Pick up from hotel 15 minutes prior to departure time.
Madrid Sightseeing
No Image Flight Madrid to Barcelona
One way flight from Madrid to Barcelona
No Image Florida Park Tapas Dinner & Show 8:30 PM
This evening, enjoy a panoramic tour of the city by night, followed by a traditional dinner and show. Via coach, travel through the citys flood-lit avenues and squares, admiring Madrids spectacular illuminated fountains. Arrive at the Florida Park Nightclub for a Tapas dinner and a show including routines like the Spanish Flamenco and other traditional Spanish dances. Departs at 8:30 p.m. Pick up and off from Plaza de Oriente, 8. Please arrive 15 minutes prior to departure time.
No Image Full Day Toledo with lunch from Madrid 9:45 AM
Toledo is a "Museum City" of great artistic beauty. It was the capital of the country and one of the oldest cities in Europe. Visit the most famous monuments, such as the Cathedral, St. Tome Church (The Burial of Lord Orgaz Picture, El Grecos masterpiece), Santa Maria la Blanca Synagogue and San Juan de los Reyes Church. Admire Toledos famous hand crafted works known as the "Damasquinado" (precious metals encrusted on steel), before continuing on to Alcazars, a Military museum. See also Victorio Macho Museum, have lunch in a local restaurant, and then visit Tavera Museum before returning to Madrid. (8 hrs, Daily)
No Image Half Day Escorial & Valley from Madrid 8:45 AM
Long considered the "Eighth Wonder of the World," El Escorial was conceived by Phillip II as a monastery and Royal Pantheon, and later became a symbol of greatness for the Spanish Empire. Visit the Basilica, the Royal Palace, Royal Pantheons, Infantes Pantheon, and Chapter Rooms. Afterwards, continue to the Valley of the Fallen to visit the Basilica, an impressive memorial commemorating the casualties of the Spanish Civil War. Departs at 8:45 a.m. Pick up and off from terminal at Plaza de Oriente, 8. Please arrive 15 minutes prior to departure time.
No Image Half Day Escorial and Valley from Madrid 3:00 PM
Long considered the Eighth Wonder of the World, El Escorial was conceived by Phillip II as a Monastery and Royal Pantheon, and later became a symbol of the greatness of the Spanish Empire. Visit the Basilica, the Royal Palace, Royal Pantheons, Infantes Pantheon and Chapter Rooms. Continue to the Valley of the Fallen where we will visit the Basilica. This impressive Memorial was built between 1940 and 1959 to commemorate the victims of the Spanish Civil War.(Sun/Tue/Wed/Thu/Fri/Sat)
No Image Half Day Escorial Tour
Enjoy a visit to what has often been described as the "eighth wonder of the world."El Escorial" is, perhaps, Philip II´s most enduring legacy to Spain. This combination monastery-palace-mausoleum is situated approximately one hour outside of Madrid in the foothills of the Guadarrama Mountains. This austere monastery, erected by King Philip II in 1584, was intended to be a memorial to his father, King Charles V, and to commemorate Spain´s victory at Saint Quentin in 1557. It has since become the burial place of subsequent Spanish kings and queens.
No Image Half Day Madrid City Tour -Bus
This capital city of Spain has many things to welcome visitors. Its historical buildings and cultural sights are rightly displayed along its clean wide avenues. On our guided tour, we will visit the Royal Palace, seeing, among other things, its principal staircase, throne, Gala dining room, museum of silver, and principal courtyard. Then we proceed to the magnificent Prado Museum which houses masterpieces by Goya, El Greco, and Velasquez. Also see works of art by Ribera, Zurbaran and Murillo. (3 hrs, Daily)
No Image Half Day Panoramic Madrid 9:45 AM
Todays panoramic tour takes you to view the classical and modern squares of the city. See the Oriente, España, University Campus, Casa de Campo, Mayor Street, Villa and Mayor Squares, Puerta del Sol, Neptuno, Atocha, memorial Retiro Park, the Bullring, and the Colón. Continue to view the citys newer realms, with its modern buildings, gardens, and large avenues reaching the Santiago Bernabéu Football Stadium (one of the largest in Europe). Continue to view the squares of Castilla and La Cibeles, and the famed Gran Via. Departs at 9:45 a.m. Pick up and off from terminal at Plaza de Oriente, 8. Please arrive 15 minutes prior to departure time.
No Image Half Day Panoramic Madrid with Prado Museum 8:45 AM
This half day panoramic tour of Madrid begins with a drive along the Gran Via through the Opera District and Plaza de Colon. View the 18th century Royal Palace, continuing through Puerta del Sol Plaza and Plaza España to see the monument to Cervantes. The tour concludes with a visit to the Prado Museum, where you will have the opportunity to view famous works of art by artists such as El Greco, Velázquez, and Ribera. Departs at 8:45 a.m. Pick up and off from terminal at Plaza de Oriente, 8. Please arrive 15 minutes prior to departure time.
No Image Half Day Toledo from Madrid 3:00 PM
Toledo is a "Museum City" of great artistic beauty. It was once the capital of Spain and one of the oldest cities in Europe. Toledo has magnificent examples of architecture from different periods which makes it one of the leading artistic cities of the country. In Toledo visit the most famous monuments, such as the Cathedral, St. Tome Church, Santa Maria la Bianca Synagogue, and San Juan de los Reyes Church. Also admire its famous hand crafted work, the "Damasquinado". (Daily)
No Image Half Day Toledo from Madrid 8:45 AM
Toledo is a "Museum City" of great artistic beauty. It was once the capital of Spain and one of the oldest cities in Europe. Toledo has magnificent examples of architecture from different periods which makes it one of the leading artistic cities of the country. In Toledo visit the most famous monuments, such as the Cathedral, St. Tome Church, Santa Maria la Blanca Synagogue, and San Juan de los Reyes Church. Also admire its famous handcrafted work, the "Damasquinado." (Daily)
No Image Optional Escorial Tour -TS
Enjoy a visit to what has often been described as the "eighth wonder of the world." El Escorial is, perhaps, Philip II most enduring legacy to Spain. This combination monastery-palace-mausoleum is situated approximately one hour outside of Madrid in the foothills of the Guadarrama Mountains. This austere monastery, burial place of Spanish kings and queens, was erected by Philip II in 1584. It was intended to be a memorial to his father, Charles V, to offer respect and honor to death, and to commemorate Spain´s victory at Saint Quentin in 1557.
No Image Royal Palace Tour
Today visit the former residence of the Spanish Royal Family. Built in the 16th century, the palace forms one of the most beautiful palatial complexes of Europe with the Plaza de Oriente, the Sabatini Gardens and the Campo del Moro. Inside admire its beautiful porcelains, tapestries, furnitures, armoires and paintings.
Marbella Sightseeing
No Image Full Day Cordoba from Marbella 5:30 AM
Today, enjoy a full day tour to Cordoba. Upon arrival, you will have a guided walk through the city where you will view the Mosque of the Caliphs, a beautifully restored 14th-century Roman Bridge, and the famous &#147Patios&#148 and typical gardens of Cordoba. Enjoy time at leisure in the afternoon before returning to the Costa del Sol
No Image Full Day Gibraltar from Marbella 10:00 AM
Enjoy a visit to the impressive Rock of Gibraltar, a British Colony for over 300 years standing guard over the Strait of Gibraltar, where the Atlantic meets the Mediterranean and Europe meets Africa. Enjoy a tour of the area with mini buses climbing up to see St. Michaels Cave and the famous Barbary Apes with dramatic views of both the Spanish and Moroccan coastline. Enjoy time at leisure in the town with its colonial buildings and duty-free shops. ** Please be sure to bring your passport when traveling to Gibraltar.
No Image Full Day Granada from Marbella 06:10 AM
Today, enjoy a full day tour to Granada. Upon arrival stop in the city center and enjoy time at leisure to walk through the old quarter of Granada and the Alcaiceria. Next, visit the Moorish Alhambra Palace with its famous Lion Courtyard. Continue through the Generalife water gardens from where you can take in a spectacular view of the town and Sierra Nevada Mountains before returning to your hotel in the afternoon
No Image Full Day Granada with lunch from Marbella
Depart from hotel and make a short stop in Rio Frio. Continue o to Granada to visit the Alhambra, Carlos V Palace, and the magnificent Generalife Gardens. After lunch, enjoy some free time before returning to the hotel. (L) Departs at 6:15am. Pick up from hotel 15 minutes prior to departure time. (From Apr 01, 2004 - Oct 31, 2004, 8 hrs,Mon/Tue/Wed/Fri) & (From Nov 01, 2004 - Mar 31, 2005, 8 hrs, Tue/Fri) & (From Apr 01, 2005 - Oct 31, 2005 8 hrs, Tue/Wed/Fri)
No Image Full Day Ronda from Marbella
Depart for Ronda via the mountains of Serranía de Ronda. Our tour of this lovely Andalusian city includes the Cathedral, the Old Town, and the Market. We will also see the oldest Bullring in Spain and the Tajo. Enjoy some free time before returning to the hotel.
No Image Full Day Seville from Marbella 5:30 AM
Enjoy a full day tour to Seville, the capital of Andalucía and the home of flamenco. Begin with a visit to the Cathedral which houses the tomb of Christopher Columbus, followed by a short walk through the Santa Cruz Quarter. Next, enjoy a panoramic tour of the main avenues and streets such as Maria Luisa Park, and Las Palmeras Avenue followed by time at leisure to explore the city before returning to your hotel
No Image Full Day Tangier with lunch from Marbella
Drive along the Coastal Road to Algeciras or Tarifa. Here we cross the Straits of Gibraltar to Tangier. Upon arrival we will visit the Medina, then enjoy lunch in a typical Moroccan restaurant. Following lunch, you will have free time for shopping before returning to the Costa del Sol. (From Apr 01, 2004 - Oct 31, 2004, 8 hrs, Mon) & (From Nov 01, 2004 - Mar 31, 2005, 8 hrs, Wed/Sat)
Seville Sightseeing
No Image El Patio Sevillano Drink & Flamenco Show 7:30 PM
This evening, enjoy a drink and traditional Flamenco show. As performed by some of Sevilles leading Flamenco artists, enjoy routines based on the cante jondo or "deep song", which describes the performers profound emotions in ancient poetic phrases. Although the development of Flamenco has centered principally in the region of Andalusia, it has come to embrace many of the folk traditions of the northern provinces. As a result, it has become, along with the bullfight, a popular symbol of Spain. Show begins at 7:30 p.m. Departure details and times to be advised locally
No Image Half Day Cordoba Tour
Enjoy a half day tour of Cordoba, founded by the Romans, and one of the most cultured and refined cities of medieval Europe. Visit the Mezquita, a former Moorish Mosque that today is Cordobas main Cathedral. Continue with a walking tour of the city and visit the Jewish Quarter and the medieval synagogue. Pick-up details to be advised locally.
No Image Optional Evening Flamenco Show
Enjoy a drink while you take in the beauty of the typical Spanish dance named the Flamenco. During this 1 1/2 hour show, you witness this dance which was derived from hebrew laments and both gypsy and arab sources. The dance is based on the cante jondo or deep song which describes the performer´s profound emotions in ancient poetic phrases. The rhythmn is kept by hand claps, heel clicks and castanets,accompanied by the guitar. Though the development of Flamenco has centered principally in the region of Andalucia, it has come to embrace many of the folk traditions of the northern provinces. As a result, it has become, along with the bullfight, the popular signature of Spain.
No Image Panoramic Sightseeing Tour of Seville
See Seville in a completely new and relaxing way with the Hop-On Hop-Off bus tour. Throughout your itinerary you will receive explanatory commentary of the history of Seville and its monuments. Tickets are valid all day, and allow you to get on and off at any of the stops (stops include Plaza de Espana, Isla Magica and Cartuja 92). Shop, see the sights, and have fun creating your very own tour. Tour departs from Torre del Oro, every 30 minutes. Please arrive 15 minutes prior to departure time
Torremolinos Sightseeing
No Image Full Day Cordoba from Torremolinos 6:50 AM
Today, enjoy a full day tour to Cordoba. Upon arrival, you will have a guided walk through the city where you will view the Mosque of the Caliphs, a beautifully restored 14th-century Roman Bridge, and the famous &#147Patios&#148 and typical gardens of Cordoba. Enjoy time at leisure in the afternoon before returning to the Costa del Sol
No Image Full Day Gibraltar from Torremolinos 8:20 AM
Enjoy a visit to the impressive Rock of Gibraltar, a British Colony for over 300 years standing guard over the Strait of Gibraltar, where the Atlantic meets the Mediterranean and Europe meets Africa. Enjoy a tour of the area with mini buses climbing up to see St. Michaels Cave and the famous Barbary Apes with dramatic views of both the Spanish and Moroccan coastline. Enjoy time at leisure in the town with its colonial buildings and duty-free shops. ** Please be sure to bring your passport when traveling to Gibraltar.
No Image Full Day Granada from Torremolinos 07:30 AM
Today, enjoy a full day tour to Granada. Upon arrival stop in the city center and enjoy time at leisure to walk through the old quarter of Granada and the Alcaiceria. Next, visit the Moorish Alhambra Palace with its famous Lion Courtyard. Continue through the Generalife water gardens from where you can take in a spectacular view of the town and Sierra Nevada Mountains before returning to your hotel in the afternoon
No Image Full Day Granada with lunch from Torremolinos & Benalmadena
Depart for Granada with a short stop in Rio Frio. In Granada visit the famous Alhambra founded in the 13th-century and orignally comprised of houses, schools, baths, barracks, and gardens surrounded by seemingly impenetrable walls. Take a stroll through the magnificent Generalife Gardens and visit the Carlos V. Palace. Enjoy lunch and the rest of the day at leisure before returning to your hotel. (Tue/Fri)
No Image Full Day Ronda from Torremolinos
Travel to Ronda, a beautiful Andalusian town of Celtic origin. Enjoy spectacular views of the area while driving the Spanish coast for Ronda where, upon arrival, your tour of the town includes viewing the collegiate church of "Santa Maria de La Encarnacion," and the old town with its quaint streets and mansions. Continue to view the "Puente Nuevo" (New Bridge) over the ravine, the newest symbol of the town. Next, visit the oldest bullring in Spain. Enjoy free time to explore the town on your own before returning to Torremolinos.
No Image Full Day Ronda with lunch from Torremolinos
Depart for Ronda via the mountains of Serranía de Ronda. Our tour of this lovely Andalusian city includes the Cathedral, the Old Town, and the Market. We will also see the oldest Bullring in Spain and the Tajo. Then we will have lunch and some free time before returning to the hotel.
No Image Full Day Seville from Torremolinos 6:50 AM
Enjoy a full day tour to Seville, the capital of Andalucía and the home of flamenco. Begin with a visit to the Cathedral which houses the tomb of Christopher Columbus, followed by a short walk through the Santa Cruz Quarter. Next, enjoy a panoramic tour of the main avenues and streets such as Maria Luisa Park, and Las Palmeras Avenue followed by time at leisure to explore the city before returning to your hotel
No Image Full Day Tangier with lunch from Torremolinos & Marbella
Enjoy a full day tour to Tangier, Morocco. Cross the Strait of Gibraltar by ferry to Tangier. On arrival, enjoy a guided tour of the city that includes a visit to the colorful Grand Socco market. In the medina, view the Casbah and the Sultans Palace. Enjoy lunch in a typical Moroccan restaurant with live entertainment, followed by free time to explore the city independently before returning to Spain by ferry. (L)
Valenciana Sightseeing
No Image Paella Cooking Class with dinner
Learn how to prepare Paella Valenciana in the city where this delicious dish was created. This free-style combination of rice, meat and vegetables is a very popular regional dish and a staple in most Valencian diets. Enjoy some Spanish starters as you observe the Paella as it cooks over a wood fire, the way it was traditionally prepared. Polish off your meal with a typical Valencian dessert
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