Highlights of Spain

Barcelona, Madrid & Seville

From $4600 per person in low season
From $5200 per person in high season

based on 9 nights & selected experiences

Price Guide:

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  12. Dec
    Low

* Pricing is a guideline only and excludes special offers. Travel over peak periods (e.g. Christmas, New Year and other public vacations) can affect prices considerably, as can exchange rates, flight class and room type.

Price includes:

  • Internal flights

  • Accommodation

  • Private transfers

  • Selected experiences

  • Daily Breakfast

Price is based on two people sharing.

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  • Discover the highlights of Spain, from the bustling capital city to the Sagrada Familia

  • Explore Gaudi's architectural masterpieces in the heart of Barcelona

  • Enjoy the vibrant atmosphere of Seville, home to unique traditions such as flamenco

  • For a culture fix, visit Madrid's Golden Triangle of Art and the world-class Prado Museum

  • Escape the busy cities with a day trip to the beautiful Costa Brava or historic Toledo

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The weather in Spain is pleasant during the majority of the year. Throughout the summer months, from July to September, the temperature is likely to be between 20 and 30°C in Barcelona, and closer to 40°C in the south, while the cities and beaches are busy with tourists. May and June are some of the best months to visit Spain, as temperatures are pleasant and the streets are quieter. During the winter months the temperature dips to an average of 10°C and rain is more likely.
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We design each itinerary around you, so this suggested itinerary is a starting point that we can tweak or transform into something completely bespoke to you. Call us on 858 345 1764 to start planning your vacation.

Itinerary

No visit to Spain is complete without getting under the skin of its three major cities: Madrid, Barcelona and Seville. On this perfect first-time itinerary, discover Spain's most iconic landmarks, its vibrant culture and its mouth-watering culinary scene.

  1. Fly to Barcelona

  2. Days 1-4: Barcelona

    Begin your trip in Barcelona, the cultural capital of the north, where Gothic spires and Gaudi masterpieces meet contemporary architecture. Culture lovers will delight in Barcelona's wealth of fascinating art and architecture, from the iconic Sagrada Familia to the winding streets of the Gothic Quarter. Spend three nights in the heart of the city, exploring all that Barcelona has to offer.

    Join your private guide to admire the medieval architecture of the Gothic Quarter and discover the history of this picturesque neighborhood. Art lovers could also visit Park Guell to explore the vibrant and surreal work of Antoni Gaudi, before continuing to Casa Batllo and Casa Mila, known locally as La Pedrera. For foodies, Barcelona is bursting with delicious dining options, from Michelin-starred restaurants to quaint, local tapas bars.

    Accommodation: Grand Hotel Central (3 nights)

  3. Days 4-7: Madrid

    After taking in the delights of the north, fly to Madrid, Spain's buzzing capital city. With a thriving art scene and a wealth of impressive architecture, Madrid is truly rich in culture. Spend a day exploring the Golden Triangle of Art, the city's museum district, which includes world-class galleries such as the Prado Museum. With three nights in Madrid, you'll have ample time to explore the city’s highlights with your private guide, from the majestic Royal Palace to the huge choice of enticing food markets.

    Close to Madrid is the historic city of Toledo, which is also well worth visiting on a day trip. Overlooking the Tagus river from its dramatic setting above a gorge, UNESCO World Heritage Site Toledo is renowned for its merging of cultures. Jewish, Christian and Muslim communities thrived side-by-side for centuries and the resulting landmarks reflect the city's diversity.

    Accommodation: The Principal Madrid Hotel (3 nights)

  4. Days 7-10: Seville

    For the final leg of your journey, travel south to Seville, where the traditions of Spain come alive. This vibrant city is full of history, where the Islamic rule of the past is evident in Seville's magnificent architecture. Landmarks such as the Real Alcazar showcase the intricacies of Mudéjar design, and the impressive architecture dating back to the 10th century will simply take your breath away. Stay for three nights in the heart of the city and spend your days exploring the wonders of Seville.

    The birthplace of flamenco, Seville is the perfect place to catch a performance of this unique Spanish tradition. Enjoy the classic flamenco guitar as you watch the spellbinding dance, then discover the culinary side of the city. Join your private guide to explore the huge selection of buzzing tapas bars at night, when Seville's colorful atmosphere comes alive, and locals and tourists alike take to the streets to enjoy delicious food and lively music.

    Accommodation: Hotel Alfonso XIII (3 nights)

  5. Fly home from Seville

Experiences

  • Private tapas tour in Seville

    Discover the very best of Seville's tapas as you join your private guide on a tour of some of the city's most mouth-watering spots. Head off the tourist trail and eat side-by-side with the locals, enjoying fresh and authentic Andalucian dishes.

  • Private tour of Madrid

    Discover the highlights of Madrid as you explore the city with your private guide, who will tailormake your route according to your personal preferences. Visit the majestic Royal Palace, Madrid's historic city center or its celebrated art galleries.

  • Seville walking tour

    Seville, dating from Roman times and once one of the world’s most powerful cities, is today one of the loveliest towns in Europe displaying a rich tapestry of food, culture and history. Discover the city's key sights with your private guide.

  • Walking tour of Barcelona's Old Town

    Discover the impressive architecture and winding streets of Barcelona's Gothic Quarter, the bustling heart of the city. Once a Roman city, the Gothic Quarter is now home to some of the city's most revered landmarks and beautiful medieval buildings.

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Barcelona, Madrid & Seville

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We design each itinerary around you, so this suggested itinerary is a starting point that we can tweak or transform into something completely bespoke to you. Call us on 858 345 1764 to start planning your vacation.

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