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Group tour Spain, World Heritage Cities    

Group tour Spain: Segovia, Ávila, Salamanca, Cáceres, Sevilla, Granada, Córdoba, Baeza, Toledo

A Group tour in Spain to discover the World Heritage cities: beyond art and history, the rich historical heritage of these towns is just a dreamed excuse to come to discover their many other attractions.

Group tour Spain in 16 days – 15 nights 2017

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  •   Tasting hornazo Salamanca
  •   Granada souk with souvenir
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  •  Flamenco Experience, palms
  •  "Pastel Cordobés" tasting


Day 1: Madrid - Segovia - 100 Km
Arrival at Madrid airport - Welcome by our tour guide - Coach - Transfer to Segovia - Check in at a 3*** or 4**** hotel - Aperitif and Welcome dinnerat a restaurant near hotel - Overnight night

Day 2: Segovia and the aqueduct - Ávila - 90 Km
Breakfast - Morning: visit (on foot) with a local guide to "El Acueducto" in Segovia, a characteristic monument, symbol of the city and the largest Romanesque building existing in Spain. Continuation through "Ciudad Vieja" (historical center), recognized as a World Heritage Site in 1985. Visit to the 16th century Gothic Cathedral - Lunch at leisure - Wheels up - Depart for Ávila. Visit with a local guide to the historic city, declared in 1884 a Historical and Artistic National Ensemble and listed since 1985 in the UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The medieval town’s image is represented by its walls. Panoramic view from the "Cruz de los 4 Postes" - Check in at a 3*** or 4**** hotel - Dinner at leisure - Overnight stay

Day 3: Ávila - Salamanca, living City - 110 Km
Breakfast - Depart for Salamanca - Check in at a 3*** or 4**** hotel - Free time for morning and lunch at leisure - Afternoon, visit (on foot) with a local guide to the city of Salamanca. The wealth of its historical and artistic heritage, the color of its stone of Villamayor and his status as a "Ciudad Viva" (Living City) made it favorable, in 1988, for being named World Heritage City by UNESCO, and in 2002, European Capital of Culture. Visit to the city center which is around the University, the Unamuno House Museum, the Cathedral, “La Casa de las Conchas”, the “Plaza Mayor”, one of the most beautiful and impressive of Spain, the heart of Salamanca’s day and night - Dinner at leisure - Overnight stay

Day 4: Salamanca - Cáceres - 220 Km
Breakfast - Wheels up - Depart for Cáceres - Check in at a 3*** or 4**** hotel - Lunch at leisure - Afternoon, visit (on foot) with a local guide to the city. The numerous civic and religious buildings that make up the old town of Cáceres with a monumental splendor helped Cáceres to be declared a National Monument in 1949 and in 1986, a World Heritage Site by Unesco. Visit to the historic artistic medieval set (in an excellent preservation state). Strolling through the streets of the old town, you'll feel transported to the 15th century. Free time - Dinner at leisure - Overnight stay

Day 5: Cáceres - Mérida - Seville - 280 Km
Breakfast - Wheels up - Depart for Merida, capital of the province of Extremadura - Arrival in the morning. Visit (by foot) with a local guide to its important archaeological and monumental site, which was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1993. Visit to the Roman theatre, located in the Roman town, near to the great wall and to the amphitheater, a building built for fights between gladiators, wild beasts and even between men and beasts - Lunch at leisure - Free time in town - Wheels up - Depart to Sevilla - Check in at a 3*** or 4**** hotel - Dinner at leisure - Overnight stay

Day 6 : Seville, Queen city
Breakfast - Visit (by foot) with a local guide to the historic center of city. Visit to three buildings that make up an admirable monumental set: the cathedral the Giralda and the Alcazar, the minaret of the Giralda, masterpiece of the Almohad architecture, then the ancient "Lonja" (stock exchange), which has become the "Archivos de Indias" (The General Archive of the Indies), houses the most precious archives relating to the colonies in the Americas - Lunch at leisure and free time for afternoon to stroll in the district of Santa Cruz, the old Jewish quarter "Juderia", crisscrossed by several narrow alleyways with wrought iron window grills and shady little squares lined by cafes and restaurants on the pavements - Return to the hotel - Dinner at leisure - Overnight stay

Day 7: Seville - Alameda with a "Bandolero" day trip - Granada - 270 km
Breakfast - Morning wheels up and depart for a day trip in Granada. Stop in the city of Alameda, located in a landscape of plains, pre-campaign, with olive trees. Visit (on foot) with a local guide to the village, to visit the unique monument of the 18th century church "Virgen de la Inmaculada", where is the tomb of the most famous Andalusian bandit José María Hinojosa Corbacho, known as “El Tempranillo". "Bandolero Day" in “Posada Tempranillo”. This “cortijo” (farmhouse) belonged to the brigand “Tempranillo”, well-known as an Andalusian bandit who used to steal from the rich to give to the poor in a very difficult era for the poor families due to a war drawing near and a political instability (The Andalusian Robin Hood). You will be transported back to the 1800s with a complete visit to the most important places of his lifetime - Return to Cortijo for a typical lunch - In the afternoon, a bandolera surprise will await you - Followed by a sangria workshop where you will learn how to make the well-known Sangria drink (all the ingredients will be provided)- Continue to Granada, center of culture and tourism, at the foot of the Sierra Nevada - Check in at a 3*** or 4**** hotel - Dinner at leisure - Overnight stay

Day 8: Granada, cultural city
Breakfast - Visit to Granada. This city attracts tens of thousands of tourists from all continents each year. Granada is at the crossroads of cultures, where several civilisations, heirs to multiple traditions, have cohabitated. Granada is a unique mix of its own kind. With a local guide, visit to the Palacio de la Alhambra (Alhambra Palace) and the Jardines del Genralife (Gerneralife Gardens), both listed since 1984 in the UNESCO World Heritage Sites. - Lunch and dinner at leisure. Free time in the afternoon. - Overnight stay

Day 9: Granada - Córdoba, thousand-year-old heritage - 210 Km
Breakfast - Wheels up - Depart for Cordoba, a city recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1994, not only because of the Mosque-Cathedral but also thanks to the whole city center that surrounds it. Visit (on foot) with a local guide to the historic center and to La Mezquita (Mosque-Cathedral), the biggest in the world after the one in Mecca - Dinner and lunch at leisure. Free time for afternoon - Overnight stay
Suggestions: Stroll through the "Calle de las Flores" (Flower Street), old district of the city, one of the most popular and touristic streets in Córdoba, ideal for walking and exploring the art and the folk architecture. You can also visit the "Casa de Sefarad” in the heart of Las Juderias district.

Day 10: Córdoba - Baeza - 150 Km
Breakfast - Morning and lunch at leisure in Córdoba
In the early afternoon, wheels up and depart for Baeza with the tour guide - Check in at a 3*** or 4**** hotel - "Dinner of the Renaissance" at a restaurant in the historic center of the city. A lively and original dinner that will transport you back to the 16th century. An authentic banquet for emperors - Overnight stay

Day 11: Ubeda - Baeza - The culture of olive oil
Breakfast - Morning, wheels up and depart with a local guide for a day trip to Ubeda and Baeza, two places situated in the heart of the province of Jaen that have all the splendour of the Andalusian Renaissance in the 16th and 17th centuries. You will be surprised by the vast landscapes of the hills covered by olive groves all along the route. Stop at Ubeda, a charming town. Its old part, declared a Historic Site, possesses a splendid heritage made up of churches, palaces and stately homes. Continue to “La Hacienda La Laguna”. Visit to the Museum of Olive growing (guided), with an initiation workshop for the tasting of olive oil. On to a visit to “Almazara” an olive oil mill - “La Liga” aperitif in the same museum (Spanish wine with aperitif) - Return to Baeza - Lunch and dinner at leisure. Free time for afternoon - Overnight stay

Day 12: Baeza - Toledo - 300 Km
Breakfast - Morning wheels up and departs for Toledo, one of the Spanish cities with the greatest wealth of monuments. Former capital of Spain, Toledo is known as the city of three cultures: Christian, Jewish and Muslim - Check in at a 3*** or 4**** hotel - Lunch and dinner at leisure. Free time for afternoon - Overnight stay

Day 13: Toledo, World Heritage Site
Breakfast - Visit (on foot) with a local guide to Toledo, declared UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1986, situated on a rocky promontory surrounded by the River Tagus in the heart of the center of Spain and capital of Castilla La Mancha. Toledo has preserved its unique age-old architectural, artistic and urban heritage. Visit to the Gothic Sta.Maria de Toledo Cathedral and the Church of Sto.Tomé, which dates from the 12th century and houses one of the most famous canvases by el Greco "the burial of the Count of Ordaz" - Lunch at leisure and free time for afternoon to enjoy the beauty of the town center - Dinner at leisure - Overnight stay

Day 14: Day trip in Cuenca
Breakfast - Wheels up - Depart for a day trip in Cuenca. With a local guide, visit to the walled city with its historic center, declared World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1996. Exterior view of the cathedral, the castle, the San Miguel church, the Plaza Mayor, and the "Casas Colgadas" (hanging houses) - Typical lunch at a restaurant - Free time for afternoon to stroll through the alleyways of the historic center, to relax in one of the many snack bar terraces and to taste the famous typical liqueur of the area "El resoli" (400 Km, return journey) - Return to the hotel - Dinner at leisure - Overnight stay

Day 15: Free day in Toledo
Breakfast - Toledo is known as the city which, since hundreds of years, is dedicated to the art: the Damascene, the manufacture of swords, the ceramic, the goldsmith’s art and the wood. Take the opportunity to walk the streets of the historic center, where many shops are converted into permanent exhibitions - Overnight stay

Day 16: Depart
Breakfast - Depart to Madrid Barajas Airport - End of our services

This Group tour Spain can be modified



Immersión Pack Plus
  • Tasting hornazo Salamanca : Enjoy the excellent "Hornazo “ of Salamanca", typical dish of this area of Spain consisting of a pie stuffed with sausages  and boiled eggs.
  • Granada souk with souvenir : Walk through the souk of Granada; The activity of zouk is incessant, a walk through the heart of the bazaars in the midst of an ongoing activity. In addition, you will leave this magical place, with a small gift.

Immersión Pack Premium
  • Cordobés Cake : Be tempted by the "Pastel Cordobes", a typical sweet of the city, a wonder for the taste buds
  • Flamenco Experience, palms : Learning to give basic palms, simple dance steps, listening to the guitar, and put into practice what you learned of the guitar.


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This Group tour Spain includes:

Transport by coach throughout the whole trip
VSJ English speaking tour guide service (from 1st to 16th day)
Stays at 3*** or 4**** hotels in twin rooms
15 continental buffet style breakfasts
4 Meals included: (includes ¼ wine and ½ water)
1 Aperitif & welcome dinner at restaurant the first evening (includes ¼ wine and ½ water)
1 Lunch in the “Cortijo El Tempranillo” in Alameda (includes ¼ wine and ½ water)
1 Dinner, special meal: banquet of the Renaissance in Baeza (includes ¼ wine and ½ water)
1 typical Lunch at restaurant in Cuenca, 14th day
Baggage handling at the hotels (1 piece per person in/out)
Aperitifs and tasting underlined in the program
                Sangria workshop in Alameda
                Initiation workshop for the tasting of olive oil and “La Liga” aperitif in Baeza
All admissions to the museums and visits to places underlined in the program
Local English speaking guide for 1/2 days in Segovia, Ávila, Salamanca, Cáceres, Mérida, Sevilla, Granada, Córdoba, Toledo and Cuenca
Guide for the museum of Olive growing in Ubeda
1 free of charge for every 25 participants

En Option:
Radio-guide system
Possibility to stay the last night in Madrid instead of Toledo, ask for more information.
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