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Splendours of Andalucia

Andalucía is one of Spain’s most scenic regions, strewn with superb HispanoMoorish architecture. As well as including two of Spain’s greatest sites – the Alhambra in Granada and the Mezquita in Córdoba – this tour explores some of Andalucía’s prettiest countryside and towns. Itinerary Details Day 1: Fly to Malaga...

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Spain: The Road to Santiago

Follow the Way of St James, the pilgrimage route to the cathedral of Santiago de Compostela, where the remains of Saint James the Apostle, the patron saint of Spain, are said to be buried. This tour starts in the Basque Country and continues through the regions of Castile and Leon...

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Madrid & Toledo: From El Greco to Picasso

Visit Madrid and its Golden Triangle of Art with expert art historians Dr Richard Stemp or Gayna Pelham. Tour the world-renowned Museo del Prado, an extraordinary gallery with unrivalled collections by masters such as Goya, Velázquez, El Greco, Rubens, Titian and Bosch. Nearby is the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum, with more than...

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Andalucía: Land of Moors, Knights and Poets

Uncover the riches of Andalucía with expert Dr George Manginis. Over the centuries, Moorish Spain has captured peoples’ imagination thanks to its strategic location, fertile land, distinctive culture, unique architecture and the romantic fables associated with the region. Andalucía was a rich Roman province, a powerful Visigothic kingdom, the land...

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Bilbao & San Sebastian: Basque Art & Architecture

Travel to the Basque country to discover its distinctive art, architecture and culture, accompanied by experts Thomas Abbott or Dr Anne Anderson. Explore the modern city of Bilbao where you will see the transformation of the industrial riverside into a haven of post-modern art and architecture. Spend a day in...

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Barcelona: Gaudí & Catalan Modernism

This in-depth tour concentrates on the history, technical innovations and influence of the movement of Catalan modernism and its figurehead Antoni Gaudí. Travel across the vibrant city of Barcelona with experts Dr Anne Anderson and Monica Bohm- Duchen, seeing how Gaudí and his contemporaries shaped its landscape, noticing in particular...

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Valencia

The third largest city in Spain, Valencia is a vibrant city located on the east coast of the country. With exuberant fiestas, colourful ceramics and most attractions within walking distance, the city is a popular destination for visitors to the region. The three finest buildings in the city, the Palau...

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The Vineyards of La Rioja

Regarded by wine connoisseurs as one of the principal regions in the world for wine production, this 5-day self-drive itinerary combines visits to some of the finest wineries with stays in characterful accommodation. Itinerary Details Day 1: Fly to Madrid • Aranda De Duero • Haro (La Rioja) Fly from...

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Spain: Andalucia Self-Drive

Andalucía has attracted visitors for decades with the highlights of region including Seville, Cordoba and Granada. This 7-day self-drive combines these cities with the stunning Andalusian countryside. Itinerary Details Day 1: Fly to Malaga • Seville Fly to Malaga and pick up your hire car at the airport and drive...

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Spain: Andalucia by train

Using the fast and efficient AVI rail service, this journey takes in the region’s Roman, Moorish and Catholic heritage with visits to palaces, plazas and museums in Córdoba, Seville and Granada. Itinerary Details Day 1: Fly to Madrid • Córdoba Fly to Madrid. Transfer to the station for the train...

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