Escape to not one, not two but three of Spain’s most iconic and beautiful cities during this eight-night getaway to Madrid, Seville, and Barcelona. Visit the stunning sights of these metropolis during guided tours and cozy stays at 3/4-star hotels.
City-hop to the maximum with this eight-night getaway to three of sunny Spain’s most historically rich cities: Madrid, Seville, and Barcelona. From visiting the Royal Palace of Madrid to cruising down the Guadalquivir, you’ll enjoy sightseeing excursions and 3/4-star hotel stays to accompany.
Madrid, Seville, and Barcelona are historically and culturally diverse – each one sparkling in its own right and offering even the most seasoned of travelers a feast for the senses. Our triple center getaway will see you spend a handful of days in each, starting with magical Madrid.
Madrid is Spain’s capital and therefore a compelling center point for European art and culture. The halls of the Prado Museum are decked out with the works of Goya and Velasquez (a dream come true for art aficionados). And not to mention the Royal Palace, home to historic weaponry and the King of Spain, which is an absolute treat to behold.
And Madrid’s culture doesn’t stop with the galleries and museums; it is full to the brim with trendy, unique neighborhoods like Malasana – dotted with vintage boutiques, and Lavapiés – a haven for delicious Indian food.
Meanwhile, the hustle and bustle of Gran Via and Sol are always only a metro ride away so you can spend your afternoons browsing stores and splurging on European keepsakes.
After spending three nights in Madrid at the Hotel Gran Legazpi, you’ll be whisked off to Seville by internal flight. The capital of Andalusia, Seville is home to the sensational Alcazar castle complex, the 18th century Plaza de Toros and the Giralda bell tower – all abundantly historical and invitations for endless wandering.
Venturing off on our organized city tour will expose you to la crème de la crème of all that Seville has to offer and a cruise along the Guadalquivir River (the fifth longest in the Iberian Peninsula) will make for some scenic and superlative views.
Last but not least, you’ll stop off in Barcelona for two nights – swapping the Moorish marvel of the Alcazar castle complex for something just as impressive: Gaudi’s Sagrada Familia church.
Aside from being blessed with Gaudi’s various modernist landmarks, Barcelona, “the cosmopolitan capital of Catalonia,” seduces visitors with its stunning Gothic Quarter, bustling Las Ramblas promenade and, of course, sparkling coastline.
The ultimate blend of city-meets-beach, Barcelona is the perfect destination for sun seekers and culture vultures alike. Visit the Museu Picasso, hunker down over impossibly delicious tapas at Cerveceria Catalan or lie stretched out on a beach towel beside the shore, sipping sangria. The choices are endless.
*Note: Feel free to contact your agent for 4 star or 5 star hotel upgrade.*