Arrive at Valencia. Transfer to the Hotel for check in and Refresh. Then we will visit Mestalla Stadium, which is the home of Valencia Club de Fútbol and we will see the City of Art and Sciences. The attraction is a staggering ensemble of ultra-modern structures that are given an ethereal quality by the reflecting pools that surround them. Overnight Valencia (dinner).
Breakfast and today we will visit the Science Museum, which has become a reference point for interactive science. Its main objective is stimulating curiosity and critical thinking and at the same time surprising and amusing the public by its contents from the world of science, technology, and the environment. Then we will see the Oceanographic, an oceanarium. This is the largest aquarium in Europe, with the capacity to house 45,000 living creatures from 500 different species. The planet’s main marine ecosystems are represented here. Its avant-garde architecture, the layout of the different aquaria and its scientific, recreational, and educational objectives bring the marine world to the public, raising awareness about protection of its flora and fauna. It serves, moreover, as a platform for scientific research. The Oceanogràfic is made up of different buildings, housing examples of the most important ecosystems from each of the planet’s seas and oceans. Then we will visit the city’s solemn gothic cathedral dates to the 13th and 14th centuries, with renaissance, baroque and neoclassical modifications made over the next few hundred years. Overnight Valencia. (breakfast/lunch/dinner).
Breakfast and today we will take the train to Seville – Spain’s fourth largest city and the capital of Andalusia. It is one of the most alluring cities in Europe. Arrive at Sevilla and transfer to the Hotel for check in. Then we will take a walking tour of Sevilla. We will visit the Sevilla Cathedral, this enormous structure is like a little world on its own, and you will lose hours staring in awe at the beautiful architectural flourishes, relics and historical curios. With 80 different chapels it’s the largest cathedral in the world by volume and is a World Heritage site. the Giralda Tower, which is actually the old minaret of the Almohad Mosque of Seville, from the XII Century. It is 97.5 meters high and it was subsequently transformed into a Renaissance bell- tower. Later we will visit the Torre del Oro, one of Seville’s most recognizable landmarks, means the gold tower. It dominates the Guadalquivir river banks and it’s probably one of the most photographed sights of the city. The Torre del Oro was built in the 13th century (1220-1221) during the reign of the Taifa Kings, a time when Spain was invaded by the Moors. Later visit Plaza de Toro’s de la Maestranza de Cabellería de Sevilla – the oldest bullring in Spain. Overnight at Sevilla. (breakfast/lunch/dinner).
Breakfast and today we will see the Barrio de Santacruz and plaza de Espana. We will visit the Royal Alcazar. The name ‘Alcazar’ means castle in Spanish and is derived from the Arabic word al-qasr (fortress or palace). The complex of palaces is in the Mudéjar style, which is an architectural style with many influences from Moorish and Christian culture. We will visit an olive farm. The olive oil is as healthy as it tastes good. In Spain the olive oil has always been a part of the Mediterranean diet and are becoming more and more popular in the rest of the European Countries as well as the rest of the World. (breakfast/lunch/dinner). Overnight in Sevilla.
Optional we will see Flamenco Show.
Breakfast and today we will visit Córdoba, one of Andalusia’s most fascinating cities. From its unique Feria de los Patios to the mighty Mosque-Cathedral, the city’s cultural and historic offering means it deserves a place on everyone’s bucket list. Every May, the courtyards and patios of houses in the old quarter of Córdoba are opened to the public for the city’s Feria de los Patios, in which locals compete for the honour of having the prettiest space. At the Cordoba we will visit the building is a temple and a monument. Since 1236, the chapter has been responsible for managing it, preserving its integrity and interpreting its heritage. Then we will see the Market, where we can interact with local vendors and make practice of our Spanish vocabulary. Later we will taste the traditional Churros con Chocolate. Overnight in Sevilla. (breakfast/lunch/dinner).
Breakfast and transfer by coach to Malaga and there we will visit the Picasso Museum. Pablo Picasso was born in Málaga, there is a small collection of his artwork, as well as artefacts from his youth. Transfer to the Hotel. Overnight Malaga. (breakfast/lunch/dinner).
Breakfast and today we will depart in the morning and transfer to the airport to take the flight back home. (breakfast)
Breakfast and we will proceed to Airport at scheduled group flight departure time and take a return flight to their hometown. (Breakfast)
• 2 nights at Valencia at 4* Hotel with breakfast
• 3 nights at Sevilla at 4* Hotel with breakfast
• 1 night at Malaga at 4* Hotel with breakfast
• 5 lunches & 6 dinners
• Private bus
• Ticket for Train from Valencia to Sevilla at economy class
• Entrance fees at Valencia at Mestalla Stadium, at Oceanografic at Science Museum and the Valencia Cathedral
• Entrance fees at Seville Cathedral and La Giralda Bell Tower, Torre del Oro, Plaza de Espana, Royal Alcazar,
• Entrance fees at Cordoba at Mezquita
• At Cordoba Churros con Chocolate
• Entrance fees at Malaga Picasso Museum
• Entrance fees at Olive farm
• Theme Art at Museum Modern Art at Valencia
• Tapas Making Class and Flamenco Show (optional price – not included)
• Porterage Fees
• Accommodation tax which will be paid upon arrival by the guests at the reception at each Hotel