Madrid, Valencia and Barcelona 

An 8-day, 7-night trip


Day 1: Flight from origin to Madrid.


Upon arrival at Madrid airport, you will be welcomed by a guide and transferred to your hotel.


Day 2: Madrid.


Enjoy a city tour with a guide, exploring the capital's highlights during the day. Visit iconic landmarks such as the Real Madrid football stadium, bullfighting arena, Puerta de Alcalá, Fuente de Cibeles, Plaza España, Templo de Debod, Palacio Real de Madrid, and Catedral de la Almudena.


Day 3: Madrid to Valencia.


First thing in the morning, after spending time in Sabkhana, go to the Atocha train station, take the direct train to Valencia, and stay at the Valencia hotel. The distance between Madrid and Valencia is 335 km.


Day 4: Valencia.


Embark on a visit to one of Europe's most impressive architectural buildings, la Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias in Valencia. This complex is situated adjacent to the Turia River, which spans two kilometers in width. Within this area, you'll find a variety of contemporary and pioneering architectural masterpieces.


Day 5: Valencia to Barcelona.


Begin the day with breakfast, then head to Valencia train station to catch a train to Barcelona (approximately 350 km away). Upon arrival, explore La Boqueria market before strolling down La Rambla avenue, which culminates at Christopher Columbus Square, situated along Barcelona's waterfront.


Day 6: Barcelona.


Conclude your city tour with a visit to the renowned masterpiece, the Basilica of the Sagrada Familia. This modern marvel stands as one of Barcelona's most iconic landmarks, designed by the esteemed Spanish architect Antoni Gaudí. Among his other notable works is Casa Milà, affectionately known as La Pedrera due to its unique gray, undulating stone facade. Noteworthy are its sculptural elements and abstract, whimsical chimneys. Another highlight is Gaudí's design of Park Güell, situated atop El Carmel Hill. This enchanting park is adorned with sculptures, intriguing figures, and stunning tile work throughout. At the park's entrance stands a mosaic dragon, one of Gaudí's renowned creations.


Day 7: Barcelona.


Barcelona is famous for its football club, FC Barcelona. For football fans, a visit to the Camp Nou stadium is a must. 


Day 8: Barcelona to origin.


After breakfast, prepare to head to B Camp, marking the end of the trip.

Don't miss out on this opportunity!



Madrid's Retiro Park used to be a royal retreat exclusively reserved for the Spanish monarchs until it was opened to the public in the late 19th century.


The famous dish paella originated in Valencia. Originally, it was a peasant's meal cooked over an open fire in the fields and included whatever ingredients were readily available.


The iconic Sagrada Família basilica in Barcelona has been under construction for over 135 years and is still not completed. It's expected to be finished around 2026, marking the centenary of the death of its architect, Antoni Gaudí.

With our tour, you can experience the best of Spain.