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Discover three of Spain’s most culture-rich cities, including Barcelona, Valencia and Zaragoza, on this 4-day excursion from Madrid. Check out the beautiful seaside city of Valencia, taking time to explore its Ciudad de Artes y de las Ciencias (City of Arts and Sciences). Then head to Barcelona, where you’ll visit famous sights like La Sagrada Familia, Park Güell and the the city’s Park of Montjuic, among others. Finish your trip with time in Zaragoza to investigate its scenic cathedrals and palaces. This 4-day excursion also includes a guide, three nights of accommodations, meals per the itinerary, train and coach transport.
  • 4-day tour to Valencia and Barcelona from Madrid
  • Admire Valencia's City of Arts and Sciences (Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias) on a panoramic sightseeing tour
  • See Barcelona famous landmarks with your guide, such as the Park of Montjuic, the Olympic Ring, the Barcelona Port and the old Gothic quarter
  • Discover Gaudí's stunning masterpieces including La Sagrada Familia, Park Güell and Casa Milá (La Pedrera) in Barcelona
  • Stop in Zaragoza and visit the Basilica del Pilar, La Seo Cathedral and the Aljaferia Palace
  • Three nights of accommodation in a standard or superior hotel and three breakfasts are included
  • Transport by AVE, high speed train and comfortable, air-conditioned coach
Sample of the top attractions of Spain’s Mediterranean capitals of culture as you explore Barcelona, Valencia and Zaragoza on this 4-day trip. Whether you’re interested in architect Antoni Gaudí in Barcelona or looking to discover the rich culture of cities like Valencia and Zaragoza, this tour offers a great taste of Mediterranean Spanish life.
Start your trip at 8:30am on day one from Central Madrid, continuing by AVE, high speed train for the approximately 1.50-hour ride to Valencia. Check into your hotel before spending day one relaxing or sampling the city’s famous paella (a meat, rice and seafood dish) at your leisure. 
Spend the morning of day two exploring Valencia’s wealth of sights, including its Plaza de Toros, Valencia Cathedral and the City of Arts and Sciences (Ciudad de las Artes y de las Ciencias). Continue in the afternoon with a scenic drive along the coast to Barcelona, reaching your hotel in time for dinner.
On day three, head out for an exploration of Barcelona with your guide, taking in such iconic Barcelona sights as the city’s old Gothic Quarter, the Montjuic park area and some of the architecture of Barcelona’s most famous architect Antoni Gaudí. You’ll have the rest of the day to wander this Catalan capital’s many attractions, including Las Ramblas, Park Güell and La Sagrada Familia. 
Finish your trip on day four with a coach ride back to Madrid, making a stop in Zaragoza to see the town’s wealth of cultural institutions, including its Basilica del Pilar and Aljaferia Palace. Please review the full itinerary below for more details.


Day 1: Madrid – Valencia
Leave Madrid by high speed train and relax as you travel south to Valencia, on Spain's sunny Mediterranean coast. After roughly 1.50 hours, check in to your Valencia hotel and then spend the rest of your day at leisure. The city is said to be the birthplace of paella (the popular rice, meat and seafood dish), so perhaps head into town to try one for lunch at your own expense.

Overnight: Tourist Class & First Class: Nh Las Artes

Day 2: Valencia – Barcelona (B)
After breakfast in your hotel, enjoy a sightseeing tour by coach to see all of the city's big-name sights. Look out for attractions such as Plaza de Toros, Mercado Central or Valencia Cathedral, and stop to visit the City of Arts and Sciences (Ciudad de las Artes y de las Ciencias), a beautifully designed educational and cultural complex that comprises a science museum, aquarium and IMAX among other venues.

After lunch at a local restaurant (own expense), relax on the scenic drive along the Mediterranean coast to Barcelona. When you arrive, take in views of the city from your coach, and then check in to your hotel in time for dinner (own expense).

Overnight: Tourist Class: Catalonia Barcelona 505 or similar / First Class: Catalonia Barcelona Plaza or similar.

Day 3: Barcelona (B)
After breakfast, enjoy a city tour of Barcelona, the capital of the Catalonia region and the second-largest city in Spain. Aboard your coach, your guide will show you Barcelona’s top attractions such as the Park of Montjuic, which offers stunning views of the Barcelona Port, the Olympic Ring, the old Gothic quarter and the impressive buildings designed by Spain’s famous architect Antoni Gaudí. After lunch (own expense), spend the rest of the day exploring Barcelona on your own. Make up your own itinerary and go for a walk on Las Ramblas, the city’s famous promenade, or breathe in fresh sea air at the Barceloneta Beach. Don’t forget to visit some of Gaudí's famous masterpieces such as La Sagrada Familia and Park Güell. Dinner is not included on this day, but your guide will happily recommend great local restaurants.

Overnight: Tourist Class: Catalonia Barcelona 505 or similar / First Class: Catalonia Barcelona Plaza or similar.

Day 4: Barcelona – Zaragoza – Madrid (B)
After breakfast at your hotel in Barcelona, relax on your comfortable coach as you start your journey back to Madrid. On the way, stop in the beautiful city of Zaragoza and enjoy free time to visit the top sites, such as the Basilica del Pilar, La Seo Cathedral and the Aljaferia Palace. Have a quick lunch at a local restaurant (own expense) before departing Zaragoza for the return trip to Madrid.

Note: The hotels detailed above are as a reference only and are subject to change.


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, Sep 2017

Extremely disappointed. A bi-lingual sometimes tri-lingual tour. This was not a 4 day tour. It was part of a long tour program with people joining and leaving the tour at different times. Being a solo traveller it was impossible to join up with fellow travellers so I was alone when not on the bus.

, Jun 2017

Valencia, Barcelona and Zaragoza are beautiful cities with distinct atmospheres. The people were friendly, the food was great, the sights beautiful. Yolanda was our tour guide and she was very nice. However the bus was very uncomfortable, the seats were narrow, hardly any leg room. I paid for superior 4 star hotels. The hotel in Valencia was nice, the rooms were comfortable and clean, and the breakfast buffet was very good. On the other hand, the rooms in the hotel in Barcelona where we had to sleep for two nights were rundown and too warm, and I felt that the hotel neighborhood was sketchy. Also, I didn't like that the bus would stop for us to have lunch at highway rest stops! Not my idea of a fine meal while vacationing in Europe.

, Sep 2016

A very informative tour with lots of variety. Spend many hours driving in the bus between cities, which gives you the opportunity to see much of the country. Excellent tour guides.

, Oct 2015

The tour was very good. There is quite a bit of time spent on the tour bus travelling between the cities, so keep that in mind. Typically, the guided tours are in the morning and the rest of the day is free time. Our tour guide 'Marina' was great. The good thing about tours is that you get to see cities and places that aren't as popular. Valencia was probably my favorite on the whole tour. I probably would not have seen Valencia if I didn't do a tour.

, Jul 2015

Great tour guide, great experience, fantastic walking tours, great rooms and the group became very close due to the atmosphere. Jusep was awesome!!!!!!!

, Oct 2014

Hugo, the guide is the saving grace of this tour.
The tour operator was good and quick in resolving issues on the ground.
I think though that more places/activities perhaps can be added in the tour to make the money and travel time worth. Location of Hotel 505 in Barcelona was too far from the attractions. Hotel staff were not friendly (especially in the restaurant). Hotel facility was also not up to standards -- this hotel should not be used by the tour operator anymore.

, Aug 2014

The tour guides were great especially the head guide "Joseph" who made the trip perfect. He managed to mix historu, information, direction, and guidence along with laughter and jokes which made the trip more enjoyable. The tour is well planned but perhaps we needed an extra day in Barcelona in order to visit all remarkable places. The 4 stars Tryp Oceanic Hotel in valencia was wonderful but the Hotel in Baercelona was more of a 3 stars hotel and not 4.
I would only advise that for all tours, it's better for the toured guied to start the trip, and later people can have their free time, for people not to visit the same places twice.

, Aug 2014

From meeting our tour guide, Carlos, on the first day to saying good bye to him on the last, this trip was spectacular! He was so knowledgeable and passionate about Spain and all that we saw. He made excellent suggestions of things to see and places to eat and even foods to try. We enjoyed every minute of this tour.

, Aug 2014

Loved the tour from beginning to end. We had a fantastic tour guide (Carlos) and driver (Fernan). The only disappointment was the accommodation that was offered.

, May 2014

Too short! Cities and towns are so beautiful and lots to enjoy BUT you have litros time in most of them to explore! Guided were great especialky our whole excursion tour guide, Josef from Catalunya!!! Lots of knowledge and culture... assisted the whole time. Best City guides... Córdoba and Granada.

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