Barcelona, Madrid, Córdoba, Seville, Granada and Málaga

An 13-day, 12-night trip

Day 1: Flight from your origin to Barcelona.


Upon arrival in Barcelona, transfer from the airport to your hotel located in the heart of the city.


Day 2: Barcelona.


Exploring the tourist attractions of Barcelona with a guide (Basílica de la Sagrada Familia, La Rambla, Barcelona Football Stadium, Camp Nou).


Day 3: Barcelona.


Enjoy free time exploring the shopping centers of Barcelona city and relaxing at Barcelona Beach.


Day 4: Barcelona / Madrid.


Travel from Barcelona to Madrid via AVE high-speed train, and check into a hotel located in Madrid.


Day 5: Madrid.


Explore the sights of the capital city with a guide (Puerta del Sol, Plaza Mayor, Gran Vía, Plaza España, Real Madrid Football Stadium, Temple of Debod...).


Day 6: Madrid.


Choose between an optional tour to explore shopping malls and Retiro Park in Madrid, or take a day trip to the city of Toledo.


Day 7: Madrid and Córdoba.


Travel from Madrid to Córdoba via AVE high-speed train and check into a hotel located in Córdoba. Córdoba is renowned as one of Spain's famous tourist destinations, boasting a multifaceted and fascinating history.


Day 8: Córdoba and Sevilla.


Embark on a city tour and explore the historical and magnificent attractions of Córdoba. In the afternoon, depart for the city of Seville and check into the hotel.


Day 9: Sevilla.


Embark on a city tour to explore the attractions of Seville, including Plaza España, la Torre del Oro, Seville Cathedral, and a visit to the neighborhoods of Triana, Macarena, and Santa Cruz. Stay in a centrally located hotel in Seville.


Day 10: Sevilla to Granada.


Following breakfast, board the train from Seville to the historic city of Granada in southern Spain. Known for its significance as a meeting point of diverse religions from Europe and North Africa, Granada held immense importance for powerful empires of the time. Control over Granada represented a strategic stronghold over both Europe and North Africa.


Day 11: Granada.


Explore the city throughout the day, including visits to the Alhambra and its gardens, the Albaicín neighborhood, and the Mosque of Granada.


Day 12: Granada to Malaga.


Malaga, a historical and captivating city in Spain, lies just 395 km away. Despite its modest size, Malaga boasts a wealth of wonders and enigmatic buildings that draw tourists to its allure. This ancient port city in the Mediterranean region dates back to the 8th century BC.


Day 13: Return to Origin.


Transfer from the hotel to the airport for your flight back home, marking the end of the trip.

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Córdoba's Mezquita showcases a unique blend of Islamic and Christian architecture. The city is also known for its vibrant flamenco scene and delicious cuisine, including traditional dishes like salmorejo and rabo de toro (bull's tail stew).


Seville is home to the largest Gothic cathedral in the world, the Seville Cathedral, and the iconic Giralda tower. Flamenco originated in this city, and you can enjoy it in numerous tablaos (flamenco venues) while savoring tapas and local specialties like gazpacho.

Granada's Alhambra palace is a masterpiece of Islamic architecture and offers breathtaking views. The city is renowned for its flamenco performances, and you can indulge in delicious Spanish cuisine, including tapas, paella, and the famous Granada-style free tapas with every drink.


Málaga is the birthplace of Pablo Picasso and boasts a museum dedicated to his work. The city offers vibrant flamenco shows and a variety of culinary delights, such as pescaíto frito (fried fish), espetos de sardinas (grilled sardines on skewers), and refreshing gazpacho.