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1Barcelona

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Barcelona, the cosmopolitan capital of Spain’s Catalonia region, is known for its art and architecture. 

The fantastical Sagrada Família church and other modernist landmarks designed by Antoni Gaudí dot the city. Museu Picasso and Fundació Joan Miró feature modern art by their namesakes. City history museum MUHBA, includes several Roman archaeological sites.Out of Barcelona’s seven different beaches, stretching over 4.5 km (2.8 miles) of coastline, Barceloneta probably tops them all. It is one of the most popular and is closest to the city center. Along the 1,100 meter (3,600 feet) sandy beach runs a walkway popular with joggers and cyclist. Not surprisingly this place can get crowded, especially during the summer months when the beach bars open up and the beach quickly fills up with locals and tourist.



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Suggested attractions in and around Barcelona

Distance 350 km
2Valencia

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The port city of Valencia is  known for Arts and Sciences, with futuristic structures including a planetarium, an oceanarium and an interactive museum.

Valencia also has several beaches, including some within nearby Albufera park, a wetlands reserve with a lake, walking trails and bird-watching., Spain’s third largest city, sits on the East coast of the Iberian Peninsula along the Mediterranean. While the larger Spanish cities have a distinctly urban, high-energy feel, this port city has a more laid-back atmosphere and a commitment to celebrating its natural attractions. Old meets new here, as you can find remnants of a 100 BC Roman colony and ultra-modern architecture. Additionally, it is home of the famed Spanish paella, intricate ceramics, the Falls festival in March and traditional costumes, and several world-renowned music schools. The National Ceramic Museum (Museo Nacional de Ceramica Gonzalez Marti) is housed in a 15th century palace that was refurnished in the rococo architectural style. 

Suggested attractions in and around Valencia

Distance 451 km
3Granada

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Granada, in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada mountains in Andalucía, has many important examples of medieval architecture dating to the Moorish occupation of Spain.

It’s best known for the Alhambra, a grand, sprawling hilltop fortress complex encompassing royal palaces, serene patios and reflecting pools from the Nasrid dynasty, as well as the fountains and orchards of the Generalife gardens.The Alhambra is a huge fortress and castle complex that today is considered a love letter from the Moors to Spain. Its ethereal beauty makes it Granada’s No. 1 tourist attraction; indeed, it is one of Spain’s top sights. You need to plan ahead to visit here, perhaps buying advance tickets over the Internet, since tickets are limited. While you can easily spend all your time in Granada at the Alhambra, take the time to visit the gardens at Generalife, enjoy spectacular views of the Alhambra and Granada from the Mirador de San Nicolas, and take a break from touring with a cup of mint tea at a café.

Suggested attractions in and around Granada

Distance 248 km
4Seville

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Seville is the capital of southern Spain’s Andalusia region and a hotbed for flamenco dance, especially in the Triana neighborhood.

The city is known for its ornate Alcázar castle complex, built during the Moorish Almohad dynasty, and its 18th-century Plaza de Toros de la Real Maestranza bullring. The massive Gothic cathedral is the site of Christopher Columbus’s tomb and a famous minaret turned bell tower, the Giralda. Built on the site of a grand Almohad Mosque, Seville’s medieval cathedral was built to demonstrate Seville’s power and wealth after the Reconquista. At the time of its completion in the 16th century, it supplanted the Hagia Sophia as the largest cathedral in the world. It is still the third-largest church in Europe, and the biggest by volume. The mammoth Gothic structure features an altarpiece depicting the life of Jesus that includes more than 1,000 figures covered in gold leaf. The cathedral’s artistic treasures include Pedro de Campaña’s Descent from the Cross,
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Suggested attractions in and around Seville

Distance 141 km
5Cordoba

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Córdoba is a city in the southern Spanish province of Andalusia.

It was an important Roman city and an Islamic cultural center in the Middle Ages.It’s best known for La Mezquita, an immense mosque dating to 600 C.E. featuring a columned prayer hall and Byzantine mosaics. A 1600's Catholic cathedral now occupies the center of the mosque.Cordoba is an Andalusian city with a glorious past. It was the world’s most populous city in the 10th century and became a center for education under the Moors who conquered it in the 8th century. Outstanding examples of Islamic architecture can be found throughout the city, with the famous Mezquita, a mosque-cum-cathedral, dominating the skyline from all directions. Other top attractions in Cordoba include several structures from Roman times. The city also is known for its beautiful flowers and carefully landscaped patios that are celebrated with a patio festival each May.




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Suggested attractions in and around Cordoba

Distance 343 km
6Toledo

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Toledo is set on a hill above the plains of Castilla-La Mancha in central Spain.

It’s known for the medieval Arab, Jewish and Christian monuments in its walled old city, and as the former home of the artist El Greco. The Moorish Bisagra Gate and the Sol Gate, in Mudéjar style, open into the old quarter, where the Plaza de Zocodover is a lively central meeting place.Before leaving home, you may want to go into training for your visit to Toledo, a famous medieval city built atop and down a hill. Comfortable walking shoes are a must to navigate the narrow cobblestone streets that teem with Old World charm. A must-see is the ornate 13th century Gothic Cathedral of Toledo with its 15 chapels and fabulous art, including paintings by El Greco and Velazquez. Another religious must-see is the Synagogue of El Transito, a 14th century building that is considered the finest Spanish-Jewish art in Spain. Over the centuries, it also served as a Catholic church and military headquarters, and is now a museum. Old Toledo overlooks the Tagus River, offering great views of New Toledo.

Suggested attractions in and around Toledo

Distance 73 km
7Madrid

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Madrid, Spain's central capital, is a city of elegant boulevards and expansive, manicured parks such as the Buen Retiro.

It’s renowned for its rich repositories of European art, including the Prado Museum’s works by Goya, Velázquez and other Spanish masters. The heart of old Hapsburg Madrid is the portico-lined Plaza Mayor, and nearby is the baroque Royal Palace and Armory, displaying historic weaponry.Madrid is a fascinating city, home to great museums such as the Prado and the Royal Palace. Visitors can shop till they drop at El Rastro, the city’s famous flea market, and they can indulge in Madrid's specialty: churros dipped in thick hot chocolate.The population of Madrid generally increased from when the city became the national capital in the mid-16th century and has stabilized at about 3 million from the 1970's.From around 1970 until the mid-1990's, the city's population dropped. This phenomenon, which also affected other European cities, was caused in part by the growth of satellite suburbs at the expense of the downtown. 

Suggested attractions in and around Madrid


Barcelona
DAY 1
ARRIVAL

Barcelona

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Barcelona has become one of the first tourist destination of Spain, it knows how to please the big majority : with a history among the oldest in Europe, a capital, Barcelona, which never sleeps and an inland full of charm not to forget beautiful beaches in La Costa Brava. The variety of artistic treasures, the Romanesque churches and the great names in modern art and architecture , Dali, Gaudi, Miro, Picasso ...Barcelona sited between the sea and the mountains, has found a formidable balance: a foot in the traditional things and the other in the avant-garde. Barcelona has the reputation of being the most cosmopolitan, modern and avant-garde city in Spain and it has renewed for the 1992 Olympic Games. Costa Brava owes its name of "wild coast" to the uniqueness of the sudden encounter between mountain and sea. Nature, climate and history, the picturesque of its ports and certain villages have been enough to have a world wide reputation.Costa Dorada , in the south of Barcelona, it is the color of gold, luminous, being in the maritime littoral the reason of its name "Costa Dorada" (Golden Coast).


Sagrada Familia
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Sagrada Familia

Barcelona - Spain

La Sagrada Familia is a striking example of Gaudi's unique Art Nouveau architecture and is filled with religious symbolism and meaning. Eight of the intended 18 towers have been built, which rise to over 100 meters. The towers represent the Twelve Apostles and each one bears the name and statue of its apostle. Inside the Sagrada Familia, areas will be dedicated to religious concepts such as saints, virtues and sins, and secular concepts such as the regions of Spain. You can take elevators to the top of the inside of the Nativity Facade and Passion Facade, or climb 400 steps. Once at the top, you can climb around the walls and into other towers and enjoy partial views of Barcelona through a jumble of latticed stonework, ceramic decoration, carved buttresses and a variety of sculpture.


La Rambla
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La Rambla

Barcelona - Spain

La Rambla street, also called Las Ramblas, is the most famous walking street in Barcelona. La Rambla goes from Plaza Catalunya to the Port Vell harbour of Barcelona and and borders the Raval and the Gothic areas of the old city. Las Ramblas is a popular place to stay for visitors to Barcelona because of its central location and lively atmosphere. The street La Rambla has around 80 to 100 million pedestrians walking on it. The Spanish poet Federico García Lorca once said, "It is only street in the world, which I wish would never end." That was a long time ago however and now La Rambla has changed a lot. It is much crowded and more tourist shops. But it must be visited or you can not really say, that you have visited Barcelona. On a sunny day La Rambla looks like sea of people, when you look at it from the top at Plaza Catalunya, but don't worry,  there is always room for one more. So don't miss a stroll down La Rambla to savour the atmosphere of this famous Barcelona walkway.


Placa Reial
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Placa Reial

Barcelona - Spain

This square is so beautiful, it's no wonder it was named "royal" (reial Catalan for royal). The elegant ambiance of the Plaça Reial is accentuated by the fountain, streetlamps and palm trees, and it is one of Barcelona's busiest, most vibrant spots, particularly at night. This is Barcelona's best-loved porticoed square.The current Plaça Reial was built a few years later. The architect was Francesc Molina, and he designed a luxurious square with the aim of extolling the monarchy.Today, the square is a busy nightlife hub, and the porticoes conceal restaurants, bars and some of Barcelona's most popular nightspots.


Park Guell by Gaudi
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Park Guell by Gaudi

Barcelona - Spain

Park Guell is one of the most impressive public parks in the world. The park is located in Barcelona and was designed by famous architect Antonio Gaudi. Gaudi planned and directed the construction of the park from 1900 to 1914 for Eusebi Guell for a residential park intended for sixty single- family residences.Though never fully completed, it still remains one of Gaudi's most colorful and playful works.Park Guell, intended to serve Guell's private city, became all of Barcelona's, then the world's favourite. Children love it and few adult visitors can resist patting the beast on the head - the park has that kind of spirit. Park Guell is one of Barcelona’s most famous landmarks.


Placa de Catalunya
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Placa de Catalunya

Barcelona - Spain

The Plaça de Catalunya, a large plaza surrounded by monumental buildings, is Barcelona's busiest square. It is located between the old city (Ciutat Vella) and the nineteenth century Eixample district.Two of Barcelona's most famous streets, the Rambla (a wide promenade in the old city) and the Passeig de Gràcia (a grand showcase of modernist architecture in Eixample) start at the Plaça de Catalunya.Even though the square is enormous in size, it is constantly crowded with people walking to and from one of the nine streets emanating from the square.The Plaça de Catalunya functions as a hub for the city's public transportation. Below the square is the main subway junction; three metro lines and a city railway line meet here. Many of the city's buses, as well as airport express and tourist buses stop here at the square.


Tibidabo Hill
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Tibidabo Hill

Barcelona - Spain

The journey to Tibidabo amusement park starts with a short train ride from the centre of Barcelona from there you will take the Tramvia Blau which takes you half way up the mountain. If you wish to go all the way to the top of Tibidabo, where the amusement park is situated, you will also need to catch a funicular train from the half way point. Once at the top of the mountain you will be rewarded with magnificent views of Barcelona, an amusement park for the kids, and the opportunity to visit a beautiful church at the summit of the mountain.On the tram's journey up the mountain you will pass through Barcelona's most affluent residential area. Take in the leafy surroundings and sneak a peek at the houses of the city's rich and famous. The journey lasts around seven minutes and as you alight you are half way up Mount Tibidabo and can take in some breathtaking panoramic views of the city. The Plaça Dr Andreu is a picturesque platform looking down over the city. There are pretty restaurants with terraces to while away the hours in tranquil surroundings.


City of Arts and Sciences
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City of Arts and Sciences

Valencia - Spain

If you come to Valencia a visit to the City of Arts and Sciences is a must. Work of the Valencian architect Santiago Calatrava, several of its buildings have become icons in the city. It is a scientific and cultural leisure complex which can be enjoyed with family or friends, covering around two kilometres of the former riverbed of the River Turia. No tour to Valencia is complete without visiting the Oceanogràfic, Europe's biggest aquarium. With seven different marine environments, almost 45,000 specimens of 500 different species can be seen, such as dolphins, belugas, walruses, sea lions, seals, penguins and sharks. Don't miss the exhibition taking place daily in the dolphinarium.  


Valencia Cathedral
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Valencia Cathedral

Valencia - Spain

Founded in the 13th century on the site of a mosque, the unusual Valencia Cathedral incorporates a number of architectural styles and artistic treasures - including the Holy Grail! The city of Valencia is located near the east coast of Spain, in a fertile region known for oranges and rice.The most celebrated treasure in Valencia Cathedral is a chalice known as the Santo Caliz, which is said to be the famous Holy Grail. Whether or not this is so, it is certainly an intriguing artifact. It is of ancient date and was hidden in a monastery in northern Aragon throughout the Dark Ages, where it inspired many Grail legends. It has been enshrined in the cathedral since 1437, and can be seen in a dark, simple stone chapel in the corner of the cathedral.


Valencia
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Valencia

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There are few cities like Valencia, able to harmoniously combine the remnants of its farthest past, dating to the year 138 BC, with the most innovative and avant-garde buildings from the new millennium. Valencia is trade and culture, cinema, theatre, museums, magic, business. It is the centre of international and avant-garde design, and one of the most active cities in Europe regarding fairs and conferences.There are outstanding beaches and dunes at Canet d’En Berenguer, where the coastline becomes leisurely and residential, as it does to the north of the Valencian capital, where small tourist town have emerged where only a few years ago fruit and vegetables were grown.In addition, still within the city of Valencia, the beaches of La Malvarrosa and Levante offer a wide variety of places to dine and enjoy a quiet evening by the sea. To the south, nature becomes predominant at Saler Beach and in the L’Albufera Nature Reserve, where the sun can be enjoyed in unique surroundings. The beaches of Cullera, Gandía and Oliva combine beautiful landscapes with a number of sporting and recreational facilities.


Alhambra
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Alhambra

Granada - Spain

The Alhambra complex consists of four groups of buildings in carefully landscaped grounds. The Alcazaba is the original 13th-century Moorish fortress, the oldest part of the Alhambra. All that remains of the Alcazaba are the ramparts and the towers. The Nasrid Palaces are the most splendid buildings of the complex, with marvelous accommodations and public spaces used by the Sultans of the Nasrid Dynasty. Typical of secular Moorish buildings, the Nasrid Palaces are plain on the exterior but sumptuous on the interior with decorative tile work and peaceful courtyards. The Palace of Charles V was built in the 16th century after the conquest of the Moors and was used by the Spanish emperor as his summer palace. Leave time to explore the Generalife, especially the gorgeous Moorish gardens filled with shady patios, fountains, fragrant roses, and flower-adorned terraces.To save time standing in long lines at the palace entrance - especially on hot days - consider purchasing a Skip the Line: Alhambra and Generalife Gardens Half-Day Tour. This great-value ticket includes convenient pickup and drop-off from centrally located hotels; priority access; and an informative 2.5-hour walking tour of Alcazaba Fortress, the Palace of Charles V, and the Nasrid Palaces.


Albaicín
DAY 4
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Albaicín

Granada - Spain

The Albaycin is like a different world within Granada. This is due to the strong Muslim influence in this area. It was the place where the first Siri court was built in the eleventh century. The city descended from Saint Nicholas to the banks of the River Darro. The Albaycin featured luxurious carmenes and public baths, like the Banuelo. At the height of splendour the Albaycin enjoyed in the last years of Nazarid dominance, the quarter comprised a population of more than forty thousand inhabitants and thirty mosques. The streets were very narrow and small with clean houses, plus numerous wells, some of which are still in the Albaycin. 


La Alcaicería (Arab Spice Market)
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La Alcaicería (Arab Spice Market)

Granada - Spain

The Alcaicería, home of the Great Bazaar of Granada, was originally a series of streets between Plaza Nueva and Plaza Bib-Rambla, bursting with stalls selling Arabic silks, spices and other precious goods. Nowadays the only remaining section is Calle Alcaiceria, beginning just off the Calle Reyes Catolicos, and extending back as far as the Cathedral. It is an area rich with history and local culture, still packed with interesting, exotic things to buy.


Minrador de san Nicolas
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Minrador de san Nicolas

Granada - Spain

The biggest draw of Granada’s UNESCO-listed Albaycin quarter is the hilltop Mirador de San Nicolás, a small raised plaza that lies in front of the San Nicolás Church. This is the city’s most renowned lookout point, from where the magnificent panoramic views span the city center, the distant Sierra Nevada Mountains, the Rio Darro canyon and, most famously, the grand Alhambra palace. Callejón de San Cecilio leads to the Mirador San Nicolás, a lookout with unbeatable views of the Alhambra and Sierra Nevada. Come back here for sunset (you can't miss the trail then!). At any time of day take care: skilful, well-organised wallet-lifters and bag-snatchers operate here. Don't be put off – it is still a terrific atmosphere, with buskers and local students intermingling with camera-toting tourists.


Seville Cathedral / Old Mosque
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Seville Cathedral / Old Mosque

Seville - Spain

The cathedral stands on the site of what was –in the 12th century– the Great Mosque. Today, the only part which remains of this structure is the minaret, also known as the Giralda due to the weather vane added to the top in the 16th century. The Abluciones courtyard and today's Puerta del Perdón door are also parts of the old mosque. It was converted into a Christian church when the city was conquered by Ferdinand III of Castile in 1248. Several stages of building can be seen, with examples of the Mudéjar, Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque and Neo-classical styles. Access to the cathedral is through the Plaza Virgen de los Reyes square. It has five naves (the main nave has a height of 36 metres) and a rectangular floor plan, measuring 116 metres long and 76 metres wide. The transept rises to a maximum height of 40 metres. The main altarpiece was built over a series of different periods, and includes pieces by the brothers Jorge Fernández Alemán and Alejo Fernández, Roque Balduque, Pedro Millán, Juan Bautista Vázquez the Elder and Pedro de Heredia. The Renaissance-style chapter room dates from the second half of the 16th century. The main sacristy is Plateresque. The remains of Christopher Columbus lie in the cathedral.


Metropol Parasol
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Metropol Parasol

Seville - Spain

Metropol’s interweaving waffle-like wooden panels rise from concrete base reinforced with steel, which are positioned in such a way to architecturally form canopies and walkways below the parasols. Metropol Parasol was given this contemporary organic design to explore the potential that the Plaza de la Encarnacion becomes the new fashionable, modern-day urban center. The Metropol Parasol’s function as a unique organic urban space within the crowded and dense fabric of the medieval city center of Seville allows for a variety of activities to be performed.  The exceedingly developed infrastructure aids in triggering the movement at the square, thus transforming it into a hive of activity – a social and cultural hub where both residents, visitors and tourists can gather under the architecturally motivating ‘crown-like waffle’.


La Mezquita
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La Mezquita

Cordoba - Spain

The Mezquita of Cordoba is a beautiful and fascinating building that symbolizes the many religious changes Cordoba has undergone over the centuries. Today, the Mezquita is the cathedral of Cordoba, but the vast majority of its art and architecture is the work of Islamic architects, who built it as a mosque in the 8th century.The Mosque-Cathedral of Cordoba is the most important monument of all the Western Islamic world, and one of the most amazing in the world. The evolution of the “Omeya” style in Spain is resumed in the history of the Mosque of Cordoba, as well as other styles such as the Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque of the Christian architecture.In 1931, Dr. Allama Muhammad Iqbal was the first Muslim to pray in the Mezquita since it was closed to Islam.


Judería (Old Jewish Quarter)
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Judería (Old Jewish Quarter)

Cordoba - Spain

In the Jewish diaspora, a Jewish quarter is the area of a city traditionally inhabited by Jews. Jewish quarters, like the Jewish ghettos in Europe, were often the outgrowths of segregated ghettos instituted by the surrounding Christian authorities.  The interior includes a gallery for women and plaster work with inscriptions from Hebrew psalms and others with plant motifs on the upper part. Its main beautifully restored wall, has a semi-circular arch where a chest with the Holy Scrolls of Law used to be kept.


la alcázar de cordoba spain
DAY 5
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la alcázar de cordoba spain

Seville - Spain

The Alcazar (of the Christian Kings) features a castle its delightful gardens and a moorish bathhouse. This is a very popular monument.A Muslim Alcazar once stood where the Episcopal Palace is today - this building was reformed in the Baroque period and was recently reconditioned in order to house the Diocesan Museum. Alongside this museum, the Exhibition Palace occupied what used to be the Church of San Jacinto and the Hospital of San Sebastian, an outstanding construction opposite the Mosque featuring a portico that stands out among the Gothic jewels in Cordoba. Inside, in the Romero de Torres hall, one can admire interesting 16th century frescoes. It is certainly a very relaxing place to wander. There is a wide variety of plants, palm trees, cypresses, orange and lemon, trees to be seen which overlook stone fountains and large ponds. The Alcazaba is a municipal building and is run as such, with the mind set of a public office rather than a place of tourist interest.


Puente Romano (Roman Bridge)
DAY 5
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Puente Romano (Roman Bridge)

Cordoba - Spain

It is one of the most important Roman bridges of those that are currently around the world and one of the most important engineering works of Roman Hispania. It was built at the beginning of the second century AD by the Roman architect Cayo Iulio Lacer to save the river Tagus River.The city of Alcántara arose long after the construction of the bridge, in visigoda time. Later, the Arabs called Kantara As-Saif , the Bridge of the Sword. The reason for this name is not known for certain, but there are several legends that refer to this fact. Some tell that there is a gold sword buried in the bridge. Another says that the sword of the Gothic king Rodrigo remained hanging from the highest arch of the bridge.


Catedral de Toledo
DAY 6
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Catedral de Toledo

Toledo - Spain

Toledo Cathedral in Toledo, Spain, is ranked among the greatest Gothic structures in Europe. Inside, the cathedral contains important masterpieces including a spectacular baroque high altar and two paintings by El Greco.Many historic events have been hosted in the cathedral over the years, including the proclamation of Joanna the Mad and her husband, Philip the Handsome, as heirs to the throne of Spain.The primarily 13th-century architecture of Toledo cathedral was inspired by the Gothic cathedrals of France such as Chartres, but the squat proportions give it a Spanish feel, as do the wealth and weight of the furnishings and the location of the elaborate choir in the center of the nave.


Plaza Mayor, Madrid
DAY 6
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Plaza Mayor, Madrid

Madrid - Spain

The Plaza Mayor, a grand arcaded square in the center of Madrid is very popular with tourists and locals alike. The symmetrical rectangular square features a uniform architecture. The name of the plaza has changed over time. Originally it was called the "Plaza del Arrabal" but became known as the "Plaza Mayor". It was built during the Habsburg period. It is located only a few blocks away from another famous plaza, the Puerta del Sol. Measuring 129 by 94 meters, and is surrounded by three-story residential buildings having 237 balconies facing the Plaza. It has a total of nine entrance ways. The Plaza Mayor also has a ring of old and traditional shops and cafes under its porticoes. Celebrations for San Isidro (patron saint of Madrid) are also held here. The Plaza Mayor is now a major tourist attraction, visited by thousands of tourists a year.


Plaza de Cibeles
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Plaza de Cibeles

Madrid - Spain

The Plaza de Cibeles is a square with a neo-classical complex of marble sculptures with fountains that has become an iconic symbol for the city of Madrid. It sits at the intersection of Calle de Alcalá, Paseo de Recoletos and Paseo del Prado.The monumental Cibeles Fountain has become a Madrid icon. Located in the heart of the city (see location on our sights map), it shows Cybele, the Greek goddess of fertility and nature holding a sceptre and a key while being pulled by two lions on a chariot. The pull of the wild lions symbolize the power of nature or of the goddess.La Plaza de Cibeles is disected by two major roads: running north is the Paseo del Prado, which turns into the Paseo de Recoletos after the square, and running from West to East is Calle Alcala,one of Madrid's most beautiful buildings - the Palacio de Comunicaciones, finalised in 1917, and since 2007 the headquarters of the Madrid City Hall.


Puente de Alcántara: 13th-Century Moorish Bridge
DAY 6
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Puente de Alcántara: 13th-Century Moorish Bridge

Toledo - Spain

It is one of the most important Roman bridges of those that are currently around the world and one of the most important engineering works of Roman Hispania. It was built at the beginning of the second century AD by the Roman architect Cayo Iulio Lacer to save the river Tagus River.The city of Alcántara arose long after the construction of the bridge, in visigoda time. Later, the Arabs called Kantara As-Saif , the Bridge of the Sword. The reason for this name is not known for certain, but there are several legends that refer to this fact. Some tell that there is a gold sword buried in the bridge. Another says that the sword of the Gothic king Rodrigo remained hanging from the highest arch of the bridge.


Madrid
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DEPARTURE

Madrid

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Madrid, the capital of Spain, is a cosmopolitan city that combines the most modern infrastructures and the status as an economic, financial, administrative and service centre, with a large cultural and artistic heritage, a legacy of centuries of exciting history.Art and culture play a key role in Madrid's cultural life. The capital has over 60 museums which cover every field of human knowledge. Highlights include the Prado Museum, one of the world's most important art galleries; the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum, with over 800 paintings ranging from primitive Flemish artists through to the avant-garde movements. And the Reina Sofía National Art Centre, dedicated to contemporary Spanish art and containing works by Picasso, Joan Miró, Salvador Dalí and Juan Gris, among others.Madrid's lively nightlife is another key attraction of Spain's capital, due to its variety and the exciting atmosphere to be found in its bars, pubs, clubs and flamenco halls. Other daytime entertainment options include traditional outdoor dances, popular festivities and the San Isidro bullfighting festival, regarded as being the most important in the world.


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  • 3 Nights Accommodation in Milan
  • 1 Night Accommodation in Venice
  •  Breakfast Buffet
  •  Dinner Daily
  • Gondola Ride in Venice
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