Summary of The Day: Welcome to your Iberian Adventure! Today we head to Seville. En route we visit the picturesque town of Cordoba. Home to the Mezquita (Mosque). You will be blown away by the impressive architecture and beautiful stonework. From here, it’s onto Seville. After check-in you have the opportunity to go on a guided walking tour of Seville. Your local guide will take you through the streets of Seville, from the cobblestone streets of the Cathedral district to the Santa Cruz area, providing entertaining information about Seville, its history, and people. In the early evening meet your guide on the roof top terrace. We will take you out for an optional tapas dinner before heading on to a few of the local bars. Party until the sun rises on the banks of the Guadalquivir River, where you can take advantage of the outdoor bars lining the river banks.
Summary of The Day: Spend your morning checking out the city and grab a bite to eat before we head off to the coastal party town of Lagos! lagos is the hub of nightlife in the Algarve region and its beaches rate among the best on the Iberian Peninsula. After check-in we'll head to one of the best restaurants in town, before heading out on pub hop. Tonight we’ll take you to two famous pubs that make up this hedonistic part of Europe!
Summary of The Day: This morning will be a late start! Once all the stories from the night before have been told you have the day to explore Lagos at your own pace. Whether you choose to lie about on the fine sand of Praia de Batata, or meander through the streets of the old town, Lagos will leave a lasting impression. Feeling more active? Consider one of the activities offered in Lagos. If you’d like to learn to surf, why not hit the water and do a full-day surfing trip? A great afternoon activity is the much-loved kayaking trip. This excursion will take you to explore Lagos' caves and grotto’s, including a stop on a secluded beach for some swimming and sun. Tonight is a free night, so either head back to the bars, grab some dinner, or relax.
Summary of The Day: Today we're heading down to the very southernmost tip of Europe and making our way along the Costa del Sol to Tarifa, a small Spanish town on the southernmost coast of the country. There’s time to check out this quaint town, before getting ready for our ferry to Africa. Hop on a fast boat to Morocco for a guided tour around Tangier, not just a new country, but a new continent. The evening excursion includes the return fast ferry from Tarifa to Tangier, a guided tour of the city, a Berber pharmacy visit, and a chance to test your bargaining skills with the local vendors! Dinner is included and is a traditional Moroccan feast of four courses. Try local soup, beef shish-kebab, chicken cous cous and a traditional Moroccan dessert, all washed down with mint tea (vegetarian option available).Go to sleep in Morocco.
Summary of The Day: After some breakfast in Morocco, we head onto Granada. We will arrive in Granada in the afternoon and after check-in we will have an orientation walk through the city. In the evening we’ll take you to some of the best local tapas bars in town. Granada is a student town, so you’ll find plenty of opportunities to party!
Summary of The Day: You have the entire day to explore Granada at your leisure. You can plunge into some Moroccan-style baths (Hammam), jump in the cold, warm or hot pools, try the flavoured tea, or if you’re in real need of some relaxation, have an aromatherapy massage.
After your full day in Granada, join your guide and driver and head to the Sacromonte Caves to see a live Flamenco show and learn some flamenco moves as well! After the Flamenco show there is plenty of opportunities to party into the night!
Summary of The Day: It’s time to say farewell to Granada and head back to Madrid, but not without an amazing scenic stop along the route of Don Quixote! We will make a stop at Consuegra for a great photo opportunity of twelve famous windmills and a ruined castle overlooking the plains of La Mancha.
After Consuegra we head to the Imperial City of Toledo. You have a couple of hours to lose yourself in the cobblestone streets and poke your head in the numerous stores filled with hand crafted steel swords & marzipan. From Toledo it’s just a short drive back to Madrid, where we should arrive at around 7pm. That night you can join the group for a farewell dinner.
* You must be 18 years of age or older to participate in this tour.|
* Prices are quoted per person based on multi share accommodation.
* Private single/twin accommodation upgrade for the tour is available.
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