14 DAYS ALL SPAIN (E-2114)


DEPARTS MADRID / MONDAYS: 13 March - 30 October 2017

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Visits: Cordoba, Seville, Granada, Valencia, Barcelona, Zaragoza, San Sebastian, Bilbao, Santander, Santillana, Covadonga, Oviedo, Gijon, Lugo, La Coruna, Santiago, Vigo

14 days All Spain Tour Madrid, Barcelona, Seville, Cordoba, Granada, Valencia, San Sebastian, Covadonga, Oveido, Gijon, La Coruna, Santiago de Compostela, Vigo
2017 Itinerary:
DAY 1 (Monday):         MADRID / CORDOBA / SEVILLE
Depart from the Trapsatur Madrid Office / Bus Terminal at 8:00 am, travelling through La Mancha (Don Quixote Country) to Cordoba one of the oldest and most historic cities in Spain. Your sightseeing includes a visit to the magnificent 8th century Mezquita/Mosque/Cathedral and the historic Jewish quarter, with its narrow winding streets, decorated courtyards and patios of flowers.
Next is Seville, a wonderful city, regarded by some as the romantic capital of Andalucía. Visitors can understand why this city is the setting for the Operas Carmen, Don Juan and Figaro as well as being the home of the fiery flamenco, they feel it, in the narrow streets, squares, courtyards and colourful patios of the Santa Cruz district. Dinner and accommodation. Optional tour to attend a flamenco show.
DAY 2 (Tuesday):        SEVILLE
After breakfast a morning city tour visiting the Barrio de Santa Cruz with its narrow streets, the Park of Maria Luisa and Plaza de Espana, with panoramic sightseeing of the city.  Optional Artistic tour including the Royal Alcazar Palace.
An afternoon at leisure to explore the city, perhaps a river cruise along the Guadalquir or a visit to the pseudo reconstruction of Pontius Pilates House (Casa de Pilatos), which began in the 16th century, and presents an interesting blend of mudejar, gothic and renaissance styles with its beautiful patio and gallery, elegant fountain and ornamental minerva statues. Accommodation is based on half board.
DAY 3 (Wednesday):   SEVILLE / GRANADA
Following breakfast drive east through the heart of Andalucía to Granada, the final stronghold of the Moorish Kingdom in 1492. A glorious city immortalised in song and verse, overlooked by the majestic snow covered Sierra Nevadas. Enjoy a sightseeing tour visiting the Alhambra with its beautiful Nazari Palaces and the Generalife Gardens, which showcases Moorish palaces and towers and gardens, including terraces, pools and fountains in an incomparable setting – the Alhambra is special.
Optional visit to the caves of Sacromonte and attend a typical gipsy flamenco show. Dinner and accommodation.
DAY 4 (Thursday):       GRANADA / VALENCIA
Breakfast before your departure toward the Mediterranean, travel via Guadix, Baza and Puerto Lumbreras to the coastal city of Valencia. Accommodation.
DAY 5 (Friday):            VALENCIA / BARCELONA
Breakfast followed by free time before travelling onto the spectacular Barcelona, with the tree lined Ramblas Boulevard filled with cafes, bars, street performers and flower-stalls packed both day and night, to the historic gothic quarter and its wealth of medieval architecture, the Spanish Village, Montjuic and the 1992 Olympic Stadium. A city of stunning contrasts from Gaudi’s Art Nouveau architecture found in the unfinished Sagrada Familia Cathedral, to his Modernista architecture and famous Parc Guell where clearly this great artist let his imagination run free. Barcelona should not be missed by any visitor to Spain. The rest of your day is free. Accommodation.
DAY 6 (Saturday):       BARCELONA
Breakfast followed by a morning city sightseeing tour of the capital of Catalonia, where Gaudi, Picasso and Dali have all lived and worked. Modern Architecture, Historical buildings, the Gothic Quarter, the 1992 Olympics and much more contribute to making Barcelona a memorable city that is waiting to be explored on your afternoon at leisure.
Depart Barcelona for short stop in Zaragoza. Continue to one of Spain’s most elegant and fashionable cities, San Sebastian. Dinner and overnight accommodation.
After breakfast, depart for Bilbao with panoramic sightseeing of the very impressive building that houses the Guggenheim museum (outside only). Next is Santillana Del Mar, a national monument, with its medieval streets and buildings. Continue along the northern coast to the port of Santander for dinner and overnight accommodation.
Breakfast and then travel via Picos de Europa, the spectacular mountain range, that surrounds Covadonga, where free time allows time for a visit to the shrine, the final resting place, of Pelayo, an 8th century warrior. Continue to the historic city of Oviedo, where pedestrians comfortably stroll through the traffic-free city centre. Dinner and accommodation.
DAY 10 (Wednesday):  OVIEDO / GIJON / LUGO
Following breakfast, depart for Gijon, the second capital of the region of Asturias, for a short panoramic tour before visiting the seafaring town of Luarca, Ribadeo and finally Lugo for dinner and overnight accommodation.
DAY 11 (Thursday):     LUGO / LA CORUNA
After breakfast, depart for the coastal city of La Coruna, for a panoramic tour followed by free time to perhaps visit the 100m Roman lighthouse, “Tower of Hercules”, and its modern interactive museum. In the afternoon an optional excursion to the Rias Atlas through typical villages such as Pontedeume, Betanzos, etc. Dinner at your hotel.
After breakfast, depart for Santiago de Compostela. The tour of this legendary Pilgrimage town includes the Cathedral and Obradoiro Square. Afternoon at leisure. Dinner at your hotel.
DAY 13 (Saturday):      SANTIAGO / RIAS BAJAS / VIGO
After breakfast, depart for the splendidly scenic Spanish Fjords (Rias Bajas). Visit La Toja Island, Ria de Arosa and Pontevedra. Optional excursion to Santa Tecla and Valenca do Mino across the Portuguese border. Continue to the fishing port of Vigo for dinner and overnight.
DAY 14 (Sunday):        VIGO / MADRID
After breakfast journey through the Ribiera Sacra and the Galician Mountains to return to Madrid crossing the Castillian region. Tour ends on arrival into Madrid.
2017 Departure Dates
Per Person
in Double / Twin Room
Per Person
in Single Room
October: 2, 9, 16, 23, 30
AU$2905 AU$3795
  • (B/L/D) = Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • All rates per person unless otherwise stated
  • Seasonal supplements may apply.
  • Transportation in air conditioned vehicle
  • Accommodation includes daily breakfast and 10 dinners
  • Multilingual guides / Sightseeing or Panoramic Tours: Cordoba, Seville, Granada, Barcelona, Bilbao, Gijon, La Coruna, and Santiago de Compostela.
  • Monument entry fees
Regular guaranteed departure coach tour by air-conditioned vehicle with multilingual escort/guides.
Tour departs from the Trapsatur Bus Terminal / Office centrally located at Calle San Bernardo 7, Madrid.

Generally, coach tours in Spain, Portugal & Morocco use local guides in cities and destinations visited. Tours are also normally accompanied by a multilingual tour escort unless they are specifically listed as only ‘English Speaking’. Your tour may comprise a combination of tours and other participants in your tour may be going to or leaving for other destinations. Your tour escort may also change during the course of your program. Your fellow travellers could be from all over the world, speaking various languages. Tour information and descriptions will be given in English, and possibly Spanish and other language(s) depending on those spoken by tour participants.

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