Uncover The Beauty of Spain With This Amazing Europe Tour Package
So, are you also someone who is looking for exploring the tangy side of Europe? If yes, then Spain is the answer for you! For first-timers, there is just so much to see and do in Spain that it might seem like there is no possible way to fit it all in. We have created an ambitious, yet relaxed Spain journey for you through the three can’t-miss cities i.e. Madrid, Seville, and Barcelona. This Europe Tour Package has it all - lively cities, delicious cuisines, as well as great opportunities for fiestas.
A Brief Look At The Spain Tour
(Day 1): Arrival in Seville
(Day 2): Exploring Seville
(Day 3): More Time in Seville
(Day 4): Heading to Madrid
(Day 5): Another Day in Madrid
(Day 6): More of Madrid
(Day 7): Visiting Barcelona
(Day 8): A Helicopter Ride of Barcelona
(Day 9): A Wine Tour of Barcelona
(Day 10): Departure Back Home
Places To Visit
Seville, Madrid, Barcelona
Our private tours typically range from $500 - $1000 per person/per night depending on chosen hotels and room categories, vehicles used, types of tours, flight cost, time of year and other factors. Make an inquiry for a customized trip quote.
Your Spain journey begins today as you board an international flight to Seville. Upon your arrival, you’ll be met by a private guide who’ll transfer you to your luxurious hotel located centrally in the beautiful city. After check-in, take the afternoon to relax and absorb the vibes of Spain.
Day 2: Exploring Seville
Today morning after a traditional breakfast, you’ll head out on a walking tour of Seville to witness the city's highlights, including the Real Alcázar and the Giralda bell tower. Later, go for a traditional flamenco performance before relishing a tapas tour around some famous local haunts with your private guide. Southern Spain is well-known for producing Spanish ham. Make your way on a tour of the pig farm and ham producer where you'll get to learn about how the pigs are raised, the differences between various kinds of Spanish ham and, also get to sample some for yourself. Now that you have had the taste of your fair share of traditional Andalusian cuisine, it is now time to try preparing it for yourself in an Andalusian cooking session. With the help of a professional chef, you’ll learn how to prepare a traditional meal that you'll later enjoy over a glass of wine.
Day 3: More Time in Seville
This morning, go out on a tour yourself to explore the varied architecture and also learn about the history behind its distinctive style. Later, spend the day in Córdoba, famous for La Mezquita, which is a great mosque-cathedral. Additionally, you’ll also visit Almodóvar Castle, which is a Moorish castle that dates back to 760 and venture to a Game of Thrones filming location.
Day 4: Heading to Madrid
Today, get ready to travel to Madrid, the capital city of Spain via high-speed train. Once you reach there, make your way out for a panoramic tour of the beautiful city on foot, ending with a tour of the Prado Museum.
Day 5: Another Day in Madrid
Today, you’ll enjoy a journey outside of Madrid and visit nearby Ávila and Segovia. In Ávila, traverse through the winding ancient streets and witness its remarkably intact defensive wall. Later in Segovia, Gaze in awe at the impeccable remains of a soaring Roman aqueduct.
Day 6: More of Madrid
Today, you’ll head outside of Madrid again to visit the grand, art-filled monastery at El Escorial, where almost all of Spain's monarchs have been buried. En route, you’ll make a brief halt at the Valle de los Caídos, or Valley of the Fallen, which is a civil war memorial commissioned by Francisco Franco. Later in the afternoon, you’ll explore Madrid on your own.
Day 7: Visiting Barcelona
This morning, you’ll wave goodbye to Madrid and board a high-speed train bound for Barcelona, which is home to an impressive range of architecture designed by Antoni Gaudí. After check-in at your hotel, make your way out for a full day tour of Gaudí's many contributions to the Barcelona skyline.
Day 8: A Helicopter Ride of Barcelona
After absorbing all the Gaudí's contributions to Barcelona, it is now time to witness the rest of what the amazing city has to offer on a walking tour. Later in the evening, get ready for a different perspective on the Barcelona city from a helicopter.
Day 9: A Wine Tour of Barcelona
Your Spain journey will end beautifully with a trip to the striking Penedès region, famous for producing Spain's signature sparkling wine, Cava. You’ll also visit two excellent wine producers and enjoy a picnic lunch in the vineyards before you return back to Barcelona.
Day 10: Departure Back Home
Today morning, after enjoying your last breakfast in Spain, you’ll be transferred to the International Airport for your flight back home. You’ll surely be carrying with you loads of beautiful memories from this amazing country!