Day 1 : Madrid
Welcome to the Capital of Spain, On arrival, transfer by luxury car, Mercedes or Audi, with an English-speaking driver. Accommodation in your hotel.
Day 2 : Madrid
In the morning, buffet breakfast, followed by a tour of Madrid. As the capital of Spain, Madrid is a city of great cultural and political importance. By the end of this tour, you will have gained a complete vision of Madrid. Enjoy panoramic sightseeing of the old part of the city. We will also approach the facade of the Royal Palace: the 18th century left its neoclassical mark on the splendid Royal Palace complex, the Sabatini Gardens and Campo del Moro, located in the city centre. The church of San Francisco El Grande, the fountains of Paseo del Prado, the Toledo Bridge, the Prado Museum, and Puerta de Alcala are also good examples of this splendid style.
Day 3 : Madrid – Seville
Buffet breakfast and proceed to railway station on your own in order to pick up the high speed train to Seville. Only 3 hours and you are in one of the nicest cities in Spain. The Andalusian capital! Free afternoon and possibility to book an optional flamenco dance show in the capital of Flamenco.
Day 4 : Seville – Barcelona
In the morning, buffet breakfast, followed by a tour of Sevilla. First stop will be the cathedral, one of the world’s most beautiful temples. The dimensions of this cathedral make it the third largest church in the world. After the Santa Cruz quarter, we will pass by the Reales Alcazares (Royal Fortresses), Archive of the Indies declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, we will reach the River Guadalquivir, where we will see the Torre del Oro, of Arab origin, which dates back to the 13th century and was part of the ancient walls. After lunch, proceed on your own to the railwaystation to take the trainfrom Seville to Barcelona. Accommodation in Barcelona.
Day 5: Barcelona
In the morning, buffet breakfast, followed by a tour of Barcelona. The variety and wealth of Barcelona’s heritage provide a number of attractive routes through its various districts. This way, the traveller will get to know the most typical monuments of the city. Barcelona is a cosmopolitan Mediterranean city. We will visit the facade of the Cathedral, the facade of the Sagrada Familia: a unique creation that has become Barcelona’s most universal symbol. The visit continues to the Olympic Village, the Columbus monument and then on to the Montjuic Mountain, where you will be able to see the Olympic Stadium and Sant Jordi Palace.
Day 6: Barcelona
Breakfast and private transfer from the hotel to the international airport. Proceed onwards to your next destination.