All of Spain Tour
TOUR STARTS IN MADRID
Kick off this colorful 14 day tour in Madrid and let your imagination unfold on a journey through the beautiful Andalucian region. Visit the cities that reflect Spain’s diverse history and culture. This Spanish adventure is as colorful and diverse as the land itself.
At a Glance
Mon Early morning departure for Cordoba. Arrive Seville
Tue Morning tour of Seville. Afternoon at leisure
Wed Leave for Granada. Visit the Alhambra & Generalife
Thu Onwards to Valencia on the Mediterranean coast
Fri Morning free. Afternoon journey to Barcelona
Sat Barcelona city tour. Afternoon free to explore the city
Sun Leave Barcelona for San Sebastian with a stop in Zaragoza
Mon Panoramic tour of Bilbao. Travel via Santillana to Santander
Tue Continue through the Picos de Europa mountains to Oviedo
Wed Travel to Gijon (short tour) before arriving in Lugo
Thu Leave for La Coruna (short panoramic tour) and overnight
Fri Arrive at the Pilgrimage city of Santiago de Compostela
Sat Visit the Spanish Fjords before arriving in Vigo
Sun Return to Madrid through the Galician Mountains
Barcelona to Andalucia
From Barcelona to Andalusia, Spain is filled with attractions that offer a true feast for the senses. In every city, you’ll find buildings that amaze you. From the immense Gothic cathedral of Seville to the beautiful Baroque buildings of Madrid, and Barcelona’s breathtaking Sagrada Familia – an epic 130-year building project that is finally nearing completion.
Spain is a country of many different peoples, each with their own culture, attitudes, cuisine and landscape. From the magnificent Gaudi buildings of Barcelona to the whitewashed villages of Andalusia, it’s as colourful as it is beautiful.
The country’s historic legacy makes for an endlessly interesting visit. With its splendid monuments, beautiful beaches, stately mountains, and sophisticated social life, Spain captivates millions of visitors each year. Many travelers can’t get enough and keep coming back.
From exotic tapas and rich red wines, to lively food festivals, the culinary culture is as rich as it is regionally varied. Enjoy long lunches, and – of course – afternoon siestas. To truly experience Spain, you must adapt to its rhythm and way of life. Adjust to the later meal times and take advantage of the nightlife. Learn about the religious festivals and join the locals at the piazzas. Sunbathe at the beaches and save time for museum visits. Be adventurous and sample the local cuisine.