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Get to know six captivating Spanish cities in one enjoyable 7-day tour from Madrid. With a combination of city sightseeing tours, guided visits and free time to explore independently, leave Spain's capital to discover the history and highlights of magnificent Cordoba, Seville, Granada, Valencia, Barcelona and Zaragoza. Enjoy guided tours of Granada’s exquisite Alhambra; Cordoba’s Great Mosque, and other top landmarks, and enjoy a city tour and free time to explore buzzing Barcelona. Your tour includes 3- or 4-star hotel accommodation, daily breakfasts, three dinners and round-trip coach transport.
  • 7-day tour of Spain's most famous cities
  • Enjoy guided tours in Cordoba, Seville, Granada and Barcelona
  • Visit the beautiful Alhambra and Generalife Gardens in Granada
  • Admire Antoni Gaudi's masterpieces in Barcelona, including La Sagrada Familia
  • Spend six nights in deluxe or standard hotels (your choice) in Seville, Granada, Valencia and Barcelona
  • Transportation in an air-conditioned deluxe motor coach
Uncover six of  Spain’s most splendid cities on this 7-day tour. On Day 1, leave Spain’s delightful capital of Madrid by comfortable, air-conditioned coach, and travel to historical Cordoba for a city tour and guided visit of its sublime Great Mosque.
Afterward, continue to the charming, orange-scented city of Seville for a 2-night stay, with free time to explore independently and a guided city tour. Then, on Day 4, travel to Granada and enjoy a memorable guided visit to its spectacular Moorish jewel: the UNESCO-listed Alhambra and the neighboring Generalife Gardens.
After an overnight stay in Granada, continue to the glittering seaside city of Valencia, the birthplace of paella; before enjoying a 2-night stay in vibrant Barcelona, one of Spain’s most iconic cities. Finally, on Day 7, visit the intriguing city of Zaragoza, and get free time to explore its Moorish and Gothic highlights on your own before your tour ends back in Madrid.
Your tour includes round-trip transport by air-conditioned coach, several city sightseeing tours and guided visits to top sights, including Granada’s Alhambra and Cordoba’s Great Mosque; plus free time to discover each city on your own. Six breakfasts and three dinners are also included, as is free time each day to have lunch at your own expense.


Day 1: Madrid - Cordoba - Seville (D)

Start your 7-day tour of Spain with a trip from Madrid to the beautiful city of Cordoba. Its old town, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is the second largest in Europe. Visit the Jewish Quarter (Juderia), part of Cordoba's historic center.

Your guide will lead you through its medieval streets, show you the gorgeous synagogue and tell you about Cordoba’s Jewish history. Take a break for lunch (own expense), and then head to the most famous landmark of the city – the Great Mosque of Cordoba. Have a look inside and admire the forest of columns and red-and-white arches.

Then board your deluxe motor coach for the drive to Seville, where you’ll enjoy a delicious dinner (included) and spend one night.

Seville accommodation: Catalonia Santa Justa (standard) or Melia Lebreros (superior)

Day 2: Seville (B, D)
After breakfast (included), spend Day 2 in Seville, the capital of the Andalusia region and the cultural center of southern Spain. Go on a panoramic tour, where you’ll see Seville’s top attractions from your motor coach. Take a good look at the Cathedral of St Mary, the largest Gothic cathedral in the world – it’s impressive!

Then, head out on a walking tour with your expert guide and visit the Santa Cruz quarter, the former Jewish quarter with winding alleys and picturesque lime-washed houses. See the famous Alcazar, Seville’s magnificent royal palace and UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Have a short lunch break (own expense), and then continue your tour around the Alcazar and to the beautiful Maria Luisa Park, the principal green area of Seville and the perfect location to relax. The park is home to the great Plaza de España – a fabulous location to take some stunning pictures!

You’ll have the rest of the day free to discover more of the city on your own. Your guide will recommend the best sights to see and things to do. Make your way through the various quarters, like the Triana, with many historical buildings, the Macarena, where most of Seville’s monuments can be found, or Nervión, a modern neighborhood in eastern Seville.

After dinner (included), you have the option to go on a Flamenco tour to see a performance of Spain’s traditional Flamenco dance (own expense).

Seville accommodation: Catalonia Santa Justa (standard) or Melia Lebreros (superior)

Day 3: Seville - Granada (B, D)
After breakfast (included), leave Seville behind and move on to Spain’s sunshine city, Granada.

Your guide will show you the famous Alhambra and the Generalife Gardens, a UNESCO World Heritage Site visited by two million people each year, making it the most-visited attraction in Spain.

La Alhambra is a massive palace and fortress complex that was once the home of many Arab sultans. Hear the history behind the beautiful architecture from your guide and be amazed by the beautiful Moorish features. Next to the Alhambra are the sumptuous Generalife Gardens, with interestingly shaped trees, gorgeous flowers and stunning fountains, perfect for a relaxing stroll.

After your dinner (included), you have the option to go on a Gypsy Night Tour (own expense) to the Albaizyn quarter (the old Arabic quarter) with your guide. Or simply discover more of Granada on your own, and check out the local nightlife. You’ll spend the night in Granada.

Granada accommodation: Los Angeles (standard) or Melia Granada (superior)

Day 4: Granada - Valencia (B)
After breakfast (included), continue your seven-day tour to Valencia, where you’ll spend the night.

Enjoy a panoramic sightseeing tour and see the most important sights, such as the Cathedral of Valencia and the impressive Plaça de l'Ajuntament when you arrive. Absorb the beauty of the city as your guide tells you about Valencia’s history.

You can then join an optional walking tour around Valencia's old quarter (own expense) and visit the Silk Exchange and the Fallas Museum.

Dinner is not included on this day, but your guide will recommend the best local restaurants that offer paella, the traditional dish for which Valencia is famous.

Valencia accommodation: Tourist Class & First Class: Nh Las Artes

Day 5: Valencia - Barcelona (B)
You’ll have breakfast in Valencia (included), and then enjoy free time to discover more of the enchanting corners of the city. Work on your tan at the beach, educate yourself in one of the various museums (at own expense) or see sharks, dolphins and jellyfish at L'Oceanogràfic (entrance fee not included). If you have trouble picking something, you’ll also have the option to go on a guided sightseeing tour (additional cost).

In the early afternoon, depart Valencia for Barcelona, where you’ll spend the next two nights. Dinner is at your own expense; your guide will recommend restaurants where you can enjoy the finest Spanish cuisine.

Barcelona accommodation: Catalonia Barcelona 505 or similar (standard) or Barcelona Plaza or similar (superior)

Day 6: Barcelona (B)
After breakfast (included), enjoy a panoramic city tour of Barcelona, the capital of the region of Catalonia and the second-largest city in Spain. Your guide will show you the top attractions; relax in your motor coach and see the Park of Montjuic, the Olympic Ring, the old Gothic quarter and the impressive buildings designed by Spain’s famous architect Antoni Gaudi.

Then 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 beach, and visit some of Gaudi’s masterpieces, such as La Sagrada Familia or Park Güell.

Dinner is not included on this day, but your guide will again recommend local restaurants.

Barcelona accommodation: Catalonia Barcelona 505 or similar (standard) or Barcelona Plaza or similar (superior)

Day 7: Barcelona - Zaragoza - Madrid (B)
After breakfast in Barcelona (included), head off to your last destination of your tour – Zaragoza. You will have free time here to see the top sights of this intriguing city, such as the Basilica del Pilar, La Seo Cathedral and the Aljaferia Palace, at your leisure.

Then depart Zaragoza for the return trip to Madrid.

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


Viator Traveler's Reviews

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, Jul 2017

It was a very well planned guided tour. One of the best we have undertaken. However They left us alone in Barcelona. I feel we should have been taken around the famous city a bit more . Guides were very knowledgeable and they took real good care of us.Thank you

, Jun 2016

Great value for money!

, Jun 2016

We enjoyed all the cities we visited. We think it is unnecessary to offer 2 grades of hotel. There was very little difference in the standard, both 4 star. In 2 cities the superior grade was closer to the inner city but each day we wasted time visiting 2 hotels, finding,loading or unloading luggage and waiting for passengers. The guide was non strict enough about times. We changed buses and drivers after 5 days as the 1st driver had done his hours. The secondbus had no wifi and was not a coach. On our way to Granada our guide announced that the local tour operator did NOT have tickets for us to enter Alhambra Palace and that we were doing a night tour of the Generalife Gardens. ALL TRAVELERS were very angry and disappointed. We felt we had been cheated out of visiting the number one tourist place in Spain and had no come back to the local tour operator. I visited their office in Madrid and they felt that Viator had misadvertised the tour!!!! The local guides were very good and our tour guide very friendly. There were some long days of travelling but I guess that was necessary to cover all the cities. At the end of the tour we were staying in an airbnb address so were dropped off at the first hotel, not where we had been picked up the first day , which was what was stated on the itinerary. This resulted in a long walk , asking directions. All that aside, we had a good time and saw many places, enjoyed the countryside, vines and olive trees.

, Apr 2016

This tour has two parts. Don't expect to be in one tour group for the entire duration.

Our tour guide Joseph was excellent! He took care of us from Cordoba, Seville and Granada. Loved all the local tour guides. We covered all the important sites. I just wish we were given more time to explore and take in the beauty of the Alhambra. We just went in then out of the place. Too fast.

I found the tour group too BIG on this leg. Also the air-conditioning system of the bus didn't work for a couple of hours. But they were able to address this concern. They should have checked the bus before leaving for a 7 day tour.

We were then transferred to another tour group/bus for Valencia-Barcelona-Zaragoza-Madrid. Our tour guide Hugo, was the opposite of our first tour guide. He was just ok. : Local tour guide for Valencia and Barcelona were good as well.

Hotels for superior hotels were all good except for the one at Barcelona. They should change the beds. So old and used. Pillows were not fluffy as well.

We didn't proceed to Zaragoza-Madrid as we took the train going to France.

Best way to see Spain.

, Oct 2014

Joseph was an excellent guide for this tour. He looked after us very well and really made the trip. It was great for us being first timers in Spain. We met lovely people and really would like to go back to Spain with a bit longer in each city.

, Oct 2014

The tour was well planned,we had a friendly tour guide namely HUGO and enjoyed the whole tour.

, May 2014

Overall it was excellent, guides were great! We had a great time and saw many places and learned a lot about the history here. Only negative was we booked the "superior" hotels and seems the standard were every bit as good or better. Save your money and book the standard rooms.

, Oct 2012

Our tour was very much enjoyable but once we bought the tour package 'Viator' did not provide any information about it, like time schedule of arrival and departure from different cities, hotels, we needed to know before - they just referred to 'Julia Travels'. Otherwise the tour guides, bus transportation, hotels were good. We would sure consider tours like this through Viator in future.

, Sep 2012

Too much time on bus. Included tours were weak and addtional tours seemed like a rip off. They should have been included. Having two levels of hotel waisted time going from one hotel to the other. Should have only been one.

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