Group Coach Tour of Andalusia, Valencia, Barcelona and Madrid from Lisbon


9 Days / 8 Nights


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A Group Coach Tour from Lisbon to Andalusia visiting Cordoba, Seville, Ronda, Marbella, Granada then up to Valencia and Barcelona passing thru Zaragoza ending in Madrid...



General Overview

Country: Portugal
Region: Lisbon and Tagus Valley
City: Lisbon
Duration: 9 Days / 8 Nights
Type: Multi-Day Coach Group Tours
Theme: Scheduled Coach Sightseeing Tour
Group Size: 1 or more
Price from: On Request Best Rate


A Group Coach Tour from Lisbon travelling to Andalusia visiting Cordoba, Seville, Ronda, Marbella, Granada then up to Valencia and Barcelona passing thru Zaragoza ending in Madrid...

Inside Mezquita of Cordoba - Group Coach Tour of Andalucia, Valencia, Barcelona and Madrid from Lisbon

CORDOBA: Once the largest city of Roman Spain, Cordoba later formed the heart of the western Islamic empire. Today, the city is a typical bustling, noisy Andalusian city, with lots of atmosphere, fascinating sites, intriguing small streets and shops and the inevitable fabulous choice of restaurants and bars.

Plaza de España of Seville - Group Coach Tour of Andalucia, Valencia, Barcelona and Madrid from LisbonSEVILLE: Seville is a city steeped in history. Throughout the narrow streets and main avenues - in fact, virtually everywhere you cast your eye, there are magnificent monuments and buildings which stand as a legacy to this city`s fascinating heritage. Many of these date from the time of the Moorish conquest (712), such as the Giralda, the Alcazar, and the Cathedral which was originally built as a mosque by the Almohads in the late 12th century, and later became the largest Gothic church in the world.

View of Ronda - Group Coach Tour of Andalucia, Valencia, Barcelona and Madrid from Lisbon

Ronda stands on a mighty promontory, or outcropping, which made it impregnable to the Christian armies until the very last years of the Reconquest. This plateau is slashed into two main quarters by a deep cleft in the rock, spanned by the 18th century Puente Nuevo or "New Bridge", which is the chief landmark for all itineraries. Modern (largely built in the 18th century) Ronda is the quarter to the North of the gorge, called El Mercadillo, with the Plaza de España, the site of Ronda`s recently built Parador, the spectacular walkway along the river gorge with superb views of the countryside below.

Alhambra Palace of Granada - Group Coach Tour of Andalucia, Valencia, Barcelona and Madrid from Lisbon
The name Granada is ancient and mysterious. It may mean "great castle", for the Roman fortress which once stood on the Albaicin Hill. When the Moors came here, the town was largely inhabited by Jews, for which they called it Garnat-al-Yahud - Granada of the Jews. The Jews are said to have been one of the first peoples to settle in Spain, even before the Romans.

Mercado Central of Valencia - Group Coach Tour of Andalucia, Valencia, Barcelona and Madrid from Lisbon

Valencia to verify that centenary traditions live together with modernity; that sea and city are compatible; that the green colour of farms can be kept together with a modern urban scheme; that Valencia is unique at night and during the day. But the capital of the river Turia is more than that.

Inside Sagrada Familia of Barcelona - Group Coach Tour of Andalucia, Valencia, Barcelona and Madrid from LisbonBARCELONA: Barcelona is a city that is always reinventing itself. The wave of urban renewal leading up to the Olympic Games of 1992, which virtually changed the  face of the city was but the latest step in a process that started when the Carthaginians and Romans settled here two thousand years ago. The high priest of modernist architecture, Antoni Gaudi, belongs to a distinguished line of  creators who over the generations have endowed Barcelona with the world`s most  curious mixture of styles. Fine food, fashion, opera, nightlife, street  theatre, art... Barcelona is all of this and more, a city that holds surprises for every visitor.

Day by day itinerary

DAY 1:

- 07:30AM: Departure from Lisbon we travel towards the border with Spain and continuation to Caceres.
- Time at leisure to visit the Plaza Mayor and walk through the old city and its famous medieval quarter, very well preserved and considered as World Heritage place.
- Lunch on your own.
- Continuation southwards to Andalusia by then highway known as the Silver Road and arrival to Cordoba.
- Dinner at the hotel.
- Overnight in Cordoba.

DAY 2:

- Breakfast.
- Sightseeing tour visiting the famous Mosque/Cathedral and the old Jewish Quarter.
- Departure to Sevilla.
- Lunch.
- Afternoon free in the capital city of Andalusia
- Optional tour to attend a flamenco show. (at an extra cost)
- Overnight in Seville
B, L

DAY 3:

- Breakfast.
- Morning city tour visiting the Barrio de Santa Cruz with its narrow streets, the Park of Maria Luisa and Plaza de España, with a panoramic sightseeing of the city.
- Optional Artistic tour including the Royal Alcazar Palace. (at an extra cost)
- Afternoon at leisure to continue discovering the city.
- Lunch or Dinner as Half board is included at the hotel.
- Overnight in Seville
B, L or D

DAY 4:

- Breakfast.
- Then departure to the Route of the White Villages and Ronda.
- Free time on your own. Optional excursion to Mijas or Gibraltar. (at an extra cost)
- Continuation to Costa del Sol.
- Dinner.
- Overnight in Marbella
B, D

DAY 5:

- Breakfast.
- Departure to Granada, the last Moorish kingdom in Spain.
- Sightseeing tour including the impressive Alhambra with its beautiful Nazari Palaces and the Generalife.
- Dinner.
- Optional visit to the caves of Sacromonte and attend a typical show of gipsy flamenco. (at an extra cost)
- Overnight in Granada
B, D

DAY 6:

- Breakfast.
- Departure via Guadix, Baza and Puerto Lumbreras towards the Mediterranean coast and arrival to Valencia.
- Overnight in Valencia

DAY 7:

- Free time on your own.
- At mid morning departure to Barcelona.
- Arrival to hotel in Barcelona.
- Overnight in Barcelona

DAY 8:

- Breakfast.
- Morning city sightseeing tour visiting the Park of Montjuic with spectacular views, monument to Columbus and the old Gothic Quarter.
- Afternoon at your own leisure.
- Optional night tour through the wide avenues and lighted buildings and fountains. (at an extra cost)

DAY 9:

- Breakfast.
- Departure through Lerida and Zaragoza.
- Arrival to Madrid Bus terminal and end of services.


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- 8 Nights Accommodation in Hotels (Tourist or First Class) (See Lodging)
- Transportation by Fully-Equipped Motor-coach with air-conditioning, panoramic windows, and maximum comfort and safety where specified in itinerary
- Experienced multilingual tour conductor (English and Spanish Speaking always, in some cases other languages available depending on languages spoken on the departure.) for duration of tour.
- Local sightseeing tours as indicated, with expert local guides and entrance fees to the monuments.
- (B) Breakfasts as specified per itinerary
- (L) Lunches as specified per itinerary
- (D) Lunches as specified per itinerary
- The professional support of all our team at your service.
- Transportation and porterage of one baggage per person.
- Local Taxes

- Airfare
- Optional Private Tour Addons
- Table Reservations
- Transfers not specified in itinerary
- Entrance fees when not with guide
- Beverages not specified in selected meals
- Meals not specified in itinerary
- Laundry Expenses
- Telephone & Facsimile charges
- Excess Baggage charges
- Passport & Visa fees
- Personal & Travel Insurance
- Airport & Departure Taxes
- Optional excursions
- Room Service
- Gratuities to Chauffeurs and Guides