- Two-day tour to Cordoba and Seville from Madrid
- Two of Andalucia's most famous destinations
- Guided visits to Cordoba and Seville
- Cordoba's Jewish quarter
- Seville's beautiful cathedral and Santa Cruz quarter
- One night's accommodation, with a choice of a three-star or four-star hotel
- English-speaking guide
- Transportation by air-conditioned deluxe coach and tourist-class AVE train
What You Can Expect
Next, it's on to Seville to take a tour of the beautiful city's many highlights, including the cathedral, gardens and Santa Cruz quarter. Built on the banks of the Guadalquivir River, lively Seville has a rich Arab legacy and colorful local districts such as Triana and La Macarena.
Morning departure from Madrid along the land of Don Quijote -The Man from La Mancha. Upon reaching Cordoba there is time for lunch and a city tour visiting the Mosque and the Jewish Quarter. In the afternoon proceed to Seville for dinner and overnight.
Seville accommodation: Catalonia Santa Justa (3-star) or Melia Lebreros (4-star)
Day 2: Seville (B)
After breakfast, enjoy a morning city tour (The Cathedral (outside), Santa Cruz Quarter, Maria Luisa Gardens). The afternoon is at leisure for you to discover exclusive views, specific favors of this full of light city. Depart Seville on the 8:00pm AVE train to Madrid.
The hotels detailed above are as a reference only and are subject to change.
We left promptly at Plaza de Espana and our tour guide Josef shared a lot of information about the places we visited. Cordoba is lovely and I would love to go back for an overnight stay there. Cristobal is very knowledgeable. He reminded me of professors who are very passionate about their jobs and who share a lot of information in a short span of time.
By the time we reached Seville it was late afternoon, but most of us in the group opted to watch the flamenco. We enjoyed it very much. The Plaza de Espana, the Alcazar and the Cathedral were my favorites.
We Enjoyed it .it was very Good