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GRAND TOUR OF SPAIN BY RAIL

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HIGHLIGHTS OF THE TOUR : -

A complete tour at an honest price with maximum quality sightseeing.

Avail the Services of Tour Manager & Local Guides.

Accommodation at centrally located First-Class Hotels.

Daily Breakfast.

Intercity standard class train tickets.

All sightseeings as mentioned in itinerary.


Itinerary : -

Day 01 Madrid : All flights leads to Madrid.

Today you embark on your tour when you board your flight to Madrid. On arrival private transfer to your hotel. Check-in to your first class hotel. Overnight at standard hotel at Madrid.

Day 02 – Exploring Madrid

Breakfast at hotel. Today includes a sightseeing tour by coach and on foot, where we're introduced to the main sights, historical buildings and attractive green spaces of Madrid. We see the magnificent Palacio Real, or Royal Palace, still used for official state functions and filled with impressive paintings, sculptures and antiques. After a morning of sightseeing, you are free to explore independently, maybe starting with a tapas lunch of patatas bravas, fresh seafood and Jamón Ibérico in the Plaza Mayor, or the San Miguel market. This afternoon you could walk along the Paseo del Prado to discover the famous Prado gallery, or visit one of the city's other leading art galleries. A perfect retreat from the lively streets is the central park, El Retiro - a vast green oasis with a boating lake and a glass palace. Overnight at Madrid.

Day 03 - Seville

Breakfast at hotel. We travel by train into Andalucía, arriving in the fascinating city of Seville for a two-night stay. This afternoon we enjoy a tour of the historic Santa Cruz area and Seville's Gothic cathedral. The largest of its kind in Europe, it was built on the site of a mosque and is the final resting place of Christopher Columbus. Lavishly decorated in gold, the cathedral's bell tower, La Giralda, was the minaret of the original mosque and rises above Seville's skyline. We also visit the Plaza de España to admire the beautiful buildings, ornate fountains and tiled alcoves created for the 1929 'Fair of the Americas'. Overnight at Seville.

Day 04 – Discovering Seville

Breakfast at hotel. Make the most of a free day to continuing sightseeing. The Real Alcázar de Sevilla, the Royal Palace in the centre of town, was originally constructed as a Moorish fort and built in Islamic style. Today its superb complex of patios and halls combines several different architectural styles, from Mudéjar to Gothic. At its centre is the Palace of King Pedro I, who constructed his royal residence on the site of a Moorish palace. The palace gardens are a lovely sanctuary from the hustle and bustle of Seville's city centre, designed with fountains and pools between formal lawns and trailing floral borders. Known as the birthplace of tapas, Seville is the perfect place to sample some more Spanish cuisine. Overnight at Seville.

Day 05 - Granada

Breakfast at hotel. We take the train to Granada, where we stay for two nights. An enchanting city scattered over seven small hills, Granada is dominated by the Alhambra, one of the most recognisable palaces in the world. We begin our explorations with a sightseeing tour, visiting the Albayzin - the old Arab Quarter, which retains the narrow winding streets of its medieval past and comes alive at night with colourful market stalls, lively cafés and al fresco bars. Overnight at Granada.

Day 06 - The Alhambra

Breakfast at hotel. We visit the UNESCO-listed Alhambra itself today. Once the residence of the Moorish leaders of Granada, this medieval palace complex sits on a plateau overlooking the city and dates back to the 9th century. With the fairytale Sierra Nevada mountains as its backdrop, the Alhambra has UNESCO World Heritage status and is one of the world's most recognisable monuments. Originally a small fortress, the Sultan of Granada converted the building in the early 14th century. We enjoy a guided tour of the beautiful palaces and gardens, featuring pebble mosaics, pools and fountains, colonnades and pavilions. Rest Of the to explore your own. Overnight at Granada.

Day 07 - Córdoba

Breakfast at hotel. Travelling by coach to Córdoba, a beautiful, relaxed city with UNESCO World Heritage status, we check into our hotel for the night. Afterwards, a guided tour introduces us to the city's labyrinth of winding alleys and pretty squares. Entering the Old Town area, we cross the Roman Bridge, passing the 14th-century Calahorra Tower, before continuing to the famous Mezquita, considered to be one of the greatest remaining works of Islamic architecture in the world. Next we explore the narrow streets of the historic Jewish Quarter with our local guide. Overnight at Cordoba.

Day 08 - Barcelona

Breakfast at hotel. Taking the train to Barcelona, we check into our hotel for two nights. We set out on a guided tour of Barcelona, taking in the Gothic Quarter, known Barri Gòtic, and the tree-lined boulevard of Las Ramblas - with its market stalls, street performers and shops. The rest of your day is free to enjoy the city. It's impossible to visit Barcelona and not fall under the spell of renowned architect Antoni Gaudí. His unique style is intrinsically linked with Barcelona and many of his masterpieces can be found in the heart of the city. Perhaps start with the spectacular unfinished cathedral, the Sagrada Familia. Unwind at one of the local cafés, or take a stroll along the seafront and enjoy the catch of the day in a beachside restaurant as the Mediterranean sun sets. Overnight at Barcelona.

Day 09 - Barcelona city tour

Breakfast at Hotel. Today you're free to continue exploring this enchanting city. You could visit the Picasso museum in the Gothic Quarter. You'll find other Gaudí buildings - like Casa Milà and Casa Batlló - and exclusive shops in Eixample, the Modernist district. The city's botanical gardens provide a peaceful retreat from its lively streets. You could also visit Park Güell, another Gaudí creation, with colourful mosaic sculptures - set high above the city, the park has open spaces and fabulous views. Many of Barcelona's other top attractions are conveniently clustered together in the Ciutat Vella or Old City. Overnight at Barcelona.

Day 10 Fly back home Your memorable Holiday ends.

Today it’s time to fly back home. Say goodbye to the wonderful new friends you have made on the tour. Check out with pleasant memories of your European trip which you will cherish for a lifetime. (Breakfast)

Tour Cost : -

Price per Adult

Euro 1795 on Twin/Tripple sharing.

Departure Dates : -

OPEN

Hotels : -

BARCELONA

CORDOBA

GRANADA

SEVILLE

MADRID

Hotel Catalonia La Pedrera or similar

Hotel Hesperia Cordoba or similar

Palacio de Santa Ines or similar

Casa Romana Hotel Boutique or similar

Hotel Catalonia Gran Via or similar

Payment Terms : -

Payment Procedure Minimum Per Person Payment to

be made by the client At the time of booking


Within 31 - 45 days prior to the date of departure


Less than 14 & below from the date of departure

INR 20000 per person


50% of the Tour Price

100% of the Tour Price

Cancellation Policy : -

When a Cancellation is made

Between 45 or more days from the date of departure

Between 45 - 21 days from the date of departure

Between 21 - 07 days or below from the date of departure

Between 00 - 07 days or below from the date of departure

10000 + Actual Visa Charges (if processed) Applicable

25% of the holiday cost

75% of the holiday cost

100% of the holiday cost

Notes : -

A TOUR DIRECTOR WILL BE PROVIDED ON 14+ GROUP.


AIRPORT - HOTEL OR VICE-VERSA TRANSFERS ARE NOT INCLUDED IN TOUR PRICE


VISA CHARGES NOT INCLUDED.


MANDATORY TIPPING TO VAN DRIVER OF EURO 5 PER PERSON PER DAY.


CITY TAXES – TO BE PAID AT HOTEL.


ANY SERVICES NOT INCLUDED IN THE ITINERARY.

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