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Availability: 01 Jan 2023 to 30 Jun 2023
• Barcelona La Sagrada Familia (Ent Included)
• Consuegra – Traditional Windmills
• Seville Cathedral (Ent Included)
• Seville La Giralda Bell Tower (Ent Included)
• Cordoba – Mezquita Mosque (Ent Included)
• Toledo – “City of Three Cultures”
• Visit UNESCO World Heritage Sites
• Guadix – Trogloditas (Cave House)
• Shopping – El Corte Inglés Castellana & La Roca Village
8 Breakfasts, 2 Lunch, 4 Dinners
• Suckling Pig+Red Wine Lunch
• Flamenco Show Dinner
• Seafood Paella+White Wine Dinner
ALL 4* ACCOMMODATIONS OR SIMILAR
MADRID – OCCIDENTAL CASTELLANA NORTE
CORDOBA – AC CORDOBA
SEVILLE – AC SEVILLA FORUM
GRANADA – GRAN HOTEL LUNA DE GRANADA
VALENCIA -NH LAS ARTES
BARCELONA – NOVOETEL CORNELLA
*Note: Hotels subject to final confirmation. Should there be any changes, customers will be offered accommodation similar to this list.
DAY 1: SINGAPORE – MADRID
Assemble at the airport and depart for Madrid, Spain’s central capital, a city of elegant boulevards and expansive.
- Meals On Board
DAY 2: MADRID
Upon arrival, a guided tour of Madrid brings us to the heart of the city. Walking tour through the city that cover the Las Ventas Bullring, The Royal Palace, Plaza Mayor. Some free time at El Cortes Inglés Castellana till dinner time and transfer back to hotel for overnight stay in Madrid.
- Meals On Board / Buffet Dinner
DAY 3: MADRID – SEGOVIA – TOLEDO – MADRID
After breakfast, travel to Segovia, a city still retains the spirit of old Spanish cities. Visit the historical centre and see the monuments that declared by UNESCO as World Heritage site in 1985: the ancient Roman Aqueduct of Segovia, one of the best preserved in the world. The mid-16th century Gothic Segovia Cathedral and the Alcázar de Segovia, with its sharp spires was one of the castles that inspired the Walt Disney castles around the world. After that, travel back to Madrid. Continue journey to Toledo. Toledo is known for its medieval Arab, Jewish and Christian monuments within its walled old city.
- Breakfast / Suckling Pig+Red Wine Lunch
DAY 4: MADRID – CONSUEGRA – CORDOBA
This morning, travel to Consuegra which is in La Mancha region, famous for its extensive dry plains, vineyards, and historical constructions such as windmills. Depart for Córdoba, the capital of the first dynasty of Islam in Andalusia. Upon arrival, take a stroll around the squares and alleys in the Historic Centre of Córdoba. View the Famous Roman Bridge of Cordoba. It is also known locally as the Old Bridge as for two thousand years, until the construction of the San Rafael Bridge in the mid-twentieth century, it was the city’s only bridge across the river and together with the Puerta del Puente. Visit the mesmerizing UNESCO World Heritage Site, Mezquita Mosque. Marvel the mixture of architectural style superimposed one on another over nine centuries of the Great Mosque. Stroll leisurely to see the beautiful Calleja de las Flores (Flower Street). Overnight in Cordoba.
- Breakfast / Dinner
DAY 5: CÓRDOBA-SEVILLE
After breakfast, drive to Seville, the capital, and the largest city of the Spanish autonomous community of Andalusia and the province of Seville. Visit the Plaza de Espana in Maria Luisa park, where the Pan-American Exposition was held in 1929, admire the impressive structure. Continue to the Gothic Seville Cathedral, also the burial place of Christopher Columbus, enter the bell tower of the cathedral, the Giralda.
- Breakfast / Chinese Dinner
DAY 6: SEVILLE-GRANADA
Today, proceed to Granada, a city in southern Spain’s Andalusia region, in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada mountains. Guided tour brings us to Fuente de los Gigantones – Plaza Bib Rambla, Granada. The Bib-Rambla Square has been the most important in Granada’s old town since the time of the Nasrid rule over the city, due to its proximity to the former souq (the commercial area today known as the Alcaicería). The 17th century Fountain of the Giants stands at the middle of the square and is topped by a statue of Neptune. Its name refers to the giants’ statues that hold one of the vases. Overnight in Granada. Tonight, enjoy the dinner with famous Flamenco Show.
- Breakfast / Flemenco Show Dinner
DAY 7: GRANADA-GUADIX-VALENCIA
Depart for Valencia, the third largest city of Spain, also known as the seaside resort city-Valencia. Take a stop at Guadix, known as the city of caves and big part of its inhabitants lives in the denominated cave-houses. Upon arrival in Valencia, go on a sightseeing tour to admire The City of Arts and Sciences which is a cultural and architectural complex and is situated at the southeast end of the former riverbed of the river Turia. Follow by the imposing Torres de Serranos, which was built along the old city walls to defend the city. Continue to Virgin Square which is in the heart of Valencia. The square’s most famous monument is the Turia fountain that is dedicated to the Turia River. Not forgetting the unique Gothic exterior of the Valencia Cathedral. Tonight, special arrangements of the delicious Seafood Paella, is a rice dish originally from Valencia. It is one of the best-known dishes in Spanish cuisine.
- Breakfast / Seafood Paella+White Wine Dinner
DAY 8: VALENCIA – BARCELONA
Today, journey to Barcelona, the cosmopolitan capital of Spain’s Catalonia region, is known for its art and architecture. Upon arrival, start an exploration of Barcelona and take in the full splendour of the city on a sightseeing tour. Visit The Temple Expiatori de La Sagrada Família (Expiatory Temple of the Holy Family). It is also the only building in the world that was selected as the “World Cultural Heritage List” before its completion. Continue to Plaza Catalunya, where some of the most important streets and avenues meet. Take a walk along Las Ramblas, the famous shopping street. Try the fountain water from the famous Font de Canaletes. Proceed to the oldest market in Barcelona, St.Josep La Boqueria. Explore La Ramblas at your own leisure.
**Note: St. Josep La Boqueria closes on Sundays.
- Breakfast / Chinese Dinner
DAY 9: BARCELONA – LA ROCA VILLAGE – BARCELONA
After breakfast, transfer to a shopping spree at La Roca Village. Shop at over 140 luxury fashion, lifestyle, beauty & homeware outlet boutiques at up to 60% off. Discover Burberry, Gucci, Prada & more. Next, enjoy the rest of the day at leisure as you wander Barcelona on your own, or you may wish to consider an optional trip to Montserrat, which is a multi-peaked mountain range. It is part of the Catalan Pre-Coastal Range. It is well known as the site of the Benedictine abbey, Santa Maria de Montserrat, which hosts the Virgin of Montserrat sanctuary.
Note: La Roca Village replacement is subject to change without prior notice in the event of unforeseen circumstances. (eg. Public holidays and Sunday)
DAY 10: BARCELONA-SINGAPORE
This morning transfer to the airport for our flight to Singapore.
- Meals On Board / Breakfast
DAY 11: HOME SWEET HOME
Thank you very much for choosing Nam Ho Travel and we hope you have enjoyed your trip with us. We hope to see you soon. Have a pleasant rest.
• A minimum group size of 15 passengers is required for a confirmed departure.
• The sequence of the itinerary, flight schedules and hotels are subject to change without prior notice in the event of unforeseen circumstances.
• Activities are subject to weather conditions.
• During major events, accommodation may be relocated to outside of the city or in another city without prior notice.
Tipping Guideline : (Based on 11D8N) – €80.00
Suggested Excursions :
Additional activities that complement your holidays will be at your own decision and are entirely optional.
● Minimum group size may apply
● Barcelona: Sanctuary of Montserrat: €70.00