For example, our Highlights of Spain tour is a
perfect way to see some of the most historic sites in Spain. This would include
Madrid, Sevilla and Barcelona. Another option would be a Mediterranean Spain
tour which would be for the person wanting to stay in a beachside resort but
still have the option to learn from the history of Spain. This tour visits
Costa Brava and Barcelona.
- 2 nights in Lisbon
- Guided city tour including St. Jeronimo Monastery, Belem Tower, St. George’s Castle and the Baxias of Alfama and Chiado
- Half day tour to Sintra where you can visit the National Palace or take a full day tour to include the Estoril coast
- Rent a car and drive to Porto, Unesco World Heritage site
- Stay 1 night in Porto
- Visit a Port wine estate in Gaia – Ferreira Estate or Grahams
- Stay 2 nights in Pinhao in a Relais & Chateau
- Visit wine estate la Quinta da Pacheca
- 1 night in Coimbra, ancient capital of Portugal
- Stay in a Relais & Chateau
- 2 gourmet dinners
Cooking Class in the Basque Region
- 2 nights in Bilbao
- Visit of the Guggenheim museum
- 3 nights in San Sebastian
- 2 ‘Hands on” cooking classes with a master chef
- 5 nights in Barcelona
- 1 cooking class with visit of Boqueria market
- Guided walking tour of Barri Gotic
- Guided walking tour of Gaudi architecture
- 2 dinners at local restaurants
- 3 tasting of Catalonian delicacies
Andalusia Walking Tour
- 1 night in Seville
- Guided tour of the historic center
- 1 night in a parador in Ronda
- 2 nights in Granada
- Visit the Alhambra Palace
- 1 night in a parador in Jaen
- visit of olive oil mill and an artisan potter
- 1 night in Cordoba
- Tour the Mezquita
Cycling in the Rioja wine Region
- Visit wine bodegas
- Enjoy Gourmet cuisine
- Stay in historic paradores
Barcelona and the Balearic Isles
- 3 nights in Barcelona
- Guided tour of Barri Gotic
- Tour Gaudi’s architectural masterpieces
- Wine tasting
- Flamenco class
- 4 nights in a beach resort on Mallorca or Ibiza
- Complimentary bottle of Cava (Spanish style Champagne)
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Private Flamenco Class: Learn the traditional art of Flamenco and its three forms: song, dance and guitar.
Private Tapas Tour: Enjoy a tour of traditional tapas bars, where you will taste regional specialties with wine.
Tickets to a Bullfight: Experience the great tradition of the Corrida in one of Spain’s bullrings and cheer “ole” with the crowd.
Private Cooking Class in the Cities: Experience a hands-on cooking class where you can choose ingredients at local markets, select wines and prepare dishes such as Andalucian tapas in Seville, Catalán paella in Barcelona or Castilian cocido in Madrid.
Private After-Hours Visit to a Museum: Enjoy the majesty of The Prado, basking in the splendor of Goya and El Greco, or perhaps the Thyssen-Bornemisza, viewing works by Picasso and Kandinsky, in silence.
Private Wine Tasting: Savor wines from different regions of Spain like Rioja or Ribero del Duero and learn about the varietals of each region.
Lesson in Spanish Crafts: A local artisan will teach you the intricate details of how to make traditional Spanish crafts from fans to guitars!
Spanish Language Lessons: Short of time and
want to learn some Spanish while visiting Spain? A local language
teacher will teach you some useful phrases, while introducing you to
the culture of Spain in a café. The level will be adapted to your
Golf for a day in Costa del Sol: The Costa del
Sol is home to some of the world’s best golf courses. Enjoy teeing off
amid palm, eucalyptus and wild olive trees.
Visit to Olive Oil Mill: Visit the picturesque Andalusian town of Zahara de la Sierra with its olive groves and 18th century working olive oil mill!
Sherry Tasting: Enjoy a glass as you learn about the process of making sherry in traditional Jerez de la Frontera!
Customize Your Spain Vacation by City:
Gaudi Tour Barcelona: Explore some of Gaudi’s
creations in the architectural marvels of the Parc Guell, La Pedrera
and Sagrada Familia– Gaudi’s unfinished masterpiece that has become the
symbol of Barcelona.
Costa Brava from Barcelona: Explore the rugged coastline of the Costa Brava on this panoramic guided tour followed by a visit to the Dali Museum in Figueres.
Montserrat from Barcelona: Drive through
picturesque little villages en route to Montserrat, which rises
majestically to 4,051 feet. Visit the Royal Basilica of Montserrat,
which holds the famous 12th century Romanesque carving of Virgen
Moreneta, the Black Virgin.
Girona and the Costa Brava Trail from Barcelona:
Girona has a long history, believed to be founded around 76 BC. The
river Onyar neatly divides the city in two, separating the old town
from the new. The tour will then head to the Santuari dels Angels, this
spot offers panoramic views of the whole Girona region. From here you
will make your way to Pals, a small city that grew from a fortress.
From Pals head to the fishing village of Calella de Palafrugell,
passing Begur on the way. The clean lines of the whitewashed houses
will be evident here and you'll have time to explore the rocky
coastline or perhaps even take a dip in the inviting waters.
La Alhambra Tour Granada: Discover the jewel of
Granada, La Alhambra, with your own private guide who will walk you
through this enormous palace and explain its architectural beauty and
Toledo from Madrid: Experience Medieval Spain
at its best in Toledo. See the Cathedral and El Greco’s great painting
in the Church of Santo Tomé. Lunch is included.
Segovia from Madrid: Segovia is home to many
spectacular sites, including the ancient Roman aqueduct, the imposing
Gothic cathedral and the fanciful Alcazar. Lunch is included.
El Escorial and Valley of the Fallen from Madrid:
Your experienced guide will take you for a tour of El Escorial
Monastery, the old Royal residence and Pantheon for Kings. You will
also visit Austria's Palace, Pantheons of Kings and Infants, Chapters
Rooms and Basilica. Afterwards, visit the Valley of the Fallen, a vast
Basilica excavated from the inside of a mountain, on top of which looms
a gigantic granite cross standing at 492 feet!
Mijas Tour from Marbella: Visit Mijas,
the white village of Andalucia. Mijas is a small village situated 1500
feet (460 metres) above sea level. The picturesque village with it's
narrow, white washed streets is full of friendly people. Admire the
wonderful panorama of Fuengirola, Carvajal and Los Boliches.
Gibraltar Sightseeing from Marbella: Cross the
border from Spain into British territory, where you can see British
policemen, spend British money and enjoy the duty free shopping. Enjoy
a tour of the city, tunnel and Punta Europa by minibus followed by a
minibus tour of the rock itself, the Saint Michael caves and monkey
reserve before making the most of your free time for shopping!
Ronda from Marbella: Drive through magnificent
mountains to get to Ronda. On arrival enjoy a sightseeing tour of this
beautiful Andalusian town of Celtic origin, with the Cathedral (Roman,
Arabic and Gothic styles), the Old Quarter, the Bull Ring (oldest one
in Spain) and the magnificent Tajo Gorge.
Cordoba from Seville: On your excursion to Cordoba, tour the city’s famous Mezquita, the grandest in the Arab world. Also enjoy strolling through the city’s Jewish Quarter.
Full Day Jerez and Cadiz from Seville: Jerez,
in the southernmost part of Spain is visited for its wines, in
particular its Sherry, as well as its horses. Enjoy a wine tasting and
then attend the show "Equestrian Fantasy" at the Royal Andalusian
School of Equestrian Art. Next take a boat trip from Puerto de Santa
Maria to Cadiz - the oldest populated city in Europe.
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