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Spanish Spree
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With two weeks flamenco-ing your way through Spain, you'll be hablando Español before you know it! Particularly in the Winter time, when our Spanish Spree has a magic local feel. You'll cover numerous parts of this cultured country, exploring everywhere from San Sebastian to Segovia, to Seville. Cultured days and raging nights are ripe for the picking.

  • Duration: 14 Days
  • Guaranteed Departure: Yes
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  • Physical rating: Easy
  • Accommodation standard:   Budget%
  • Traveller Tour Rating: 0%  
  • Your Guide: English speaking
  • Supplier Tour ID: 185.353A/210460
  • Starts: Madrid, Spain
  • Finishes: Madrid, Spain
  • Age requirement: 18 - 35
You will Visit
  • Madrid
  • Bilbao
  • Pamplona
  • Barcelona
  • Valencia
  • Granada
  • Seville
  • Cordoba

Itinerary

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Day 1: Arrive Madrid

Join forces with your new wolf-pack tonight over dinner in the metro magic of Madrid. Tomorrow will be a whole world of discovery, so you'll be thankful for your luxe hotel sleep.

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Day 2: Madrid

An epic collision of new-age vibes & tradition, Madrid is going to leave you love-struck. Artistic, vibrant and filled with culinary hotspots, your spare time between seeing the Gran Via, the Puerta del Sol, Royal Palace (entry included) & Plaza de Espana (the city's main square) will not go to waste as you explore the heart of the city with our Trip Manager giving you the fast track on everything Madrid. Madrid's nightlife is pumping, so grab some tapas, sangria and your dancing shoes, for a night out on the town.

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Day 3: Madrid to Bilbao via Segovia

The first leg of our Iberian roadtrip kicks off this morning as we travel north in search of Segovia and Bilbao.
We couldn't race to our night's stop without letting you in on the pretty hillside town of Segovia. We'll marvel at the ancient bridge of Roman Aqueduct, made up of 166 granite arches, and feel the pang of jealousy at this town's suite of mansions.
Bilbao might get bragging rights to being an up-and-coming cultural hub of Spain, but that hasn't diminished its uber laid back spirit. Home of one of the world’s most famous museums, the Museo Guggenheim, use your afternoon to play art critique and absorb Bilbao's pretty surrounds and architecture. Tonight, you can choose to feast on regional delicacies until you are full to the brim, making sure that going home hungry is not an option. Nom.

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Day 4: Bilbao to Pamplona via San Sebastian

Adiós Bilbao! Thanks for a delicious evening in your super cozy, culture buzzing nest. Next stop, ocean hangs.
What a way to start your day! San Sebastian is a postcard town where cobbled lanes slope towards pristine beaches. Do some shopping, or sit in a bar eating endless plates of pintxos.
Although Pamplona may be known for its Running of the Bulls mayhem, that doesn't interfere with its popularity right through the year. Opt to venture through the well-preserved old town and its incredible gothic cathedral on our walking tour, maybe ending the historical fix with a spot of fresh trout and red peppers - a regional specialty.

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Day 5: Pamplona to Barcelona via Zaragoza

This morning we spread our wings and take metaphorical flight once again, this time in the direction of Zaragoza with an end goal of none other than bustling Barcelona.
A colourful cathedral & traditional Spanish churros will set our hearts aflutter in Zaragoza, as we roam the casco (old town) soaking up historic architecture and good vibes aplenty. Even the pit stops are amazing on Contiki.
With 2-nights in Barcelona, you'll be pronouncing Barcelona's C with a "tthh" like a true local by the time we make tracks. We'll kick things off with a walk through the Gothic Quarter & La Rambla district - two of the city's must-do's for an instant look at this pretty spot, and a sure way to feel like a local in no time.

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Day 6: Barcelona

Sample some paella, and take an unmissable wander through the colourful gardens of Parc Güell for a look at the architecture that has helped put this city on the map. Beach lovers could head to the shores of the Mediterranean Sea - the day is yours to do with as you please. And chances are the optional Barcelona Bike Tour should be very high on your Barcelona bucket-list.

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Day 7: Barcelona to Valencia

A new day, a new glorious spot to explore. We wave goodbye to the beach vibes, buzzing La Ramblas and delicious tapas line streets and make track to Valencia.
Spain's third largest city, and up and coming traveller favourite, Valencia has been putting itself on the map for all the right reasons. The city is situated on the banks of the Turia, this sits on the Mediterranean Sea, and offers year-round sunshine, for those perfect winter rays. On arrival, we'll get your bearings sorted out stat, as we discover the city sights and learn about the home of the Holy Grail. We love the Old Town as a place to head for where the action is at when the sun goes down, so hit your Trip Manager up for some recommendations in Barrio del Carmen, or for a more chilled scene there are endless bars around Plaza Cánovas, just waiting for you sweet traveller!

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Day 8: Valencia to Granada

You were short, you were sweet, but damn Valencia you made an impact. They say that West is Best, and with that in mind we head to Granada for some Moorish vibes, a gorgeous palace and more delicious Spanish foods you can indulge in from sun up to sun down.
Granada is brimming with romance and offering an eclectic mix of North African and Spanish feels, this is one place you may never want to leave.

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Day 9: Granada

Start the day at the palace fortress of Alhambra, this Moorish Palace is beautiful, with it's intricate patterns and stunning architechture leaving you wondering why you haven't been here sooner. To top it all off, it offers the best views in the city. The Muslim quarter of Albaicin and the Capilla Real are just some of the other ways your day today can be filled. Granada is also known for its incredible food - not least of all its Arab pastries - so you could also fill your whole day pleasuring your sense of taste.

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Day 10: Granada to Seville via Gibraltar

Bouncing out of bed should be no problem this morning, given the day of exploration we have laying ahead. Seville, we're coming in hot!

13th century architecture and one of the world's biggest cathedrals wait for us in the passionate arms of south Spain's Seville. Stroll the city's lake and preserve some energy for tomorrow's day of exploring local haunts.

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Day 11: Seville

With a run down on Seville’s background, your Trip Manager will show you the flamboyant Plaza d’Espana, the world’s 3rd largest cathedral, the Giralda, and the UNESCO World Heritage site of the Alcazar, still used by the Royal Family. Later you could visit Christopher Columbus’ tomb, or why not opt in and join us for a visit to the Plaza de Toros before indulging in some of the local tapas. For something different, head to El Jueves street market and pick out some bargains.
The rest of the day is yours to enjoy. Venture through the streets of Seville and explore the things this city has to offer.

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Day 12: Seville to Cordoba

And we're out of here... say your last good byes to home of the flamenco.
Through the heart of rural Andalusia our journey continues, finally placing us in the old-world feels of Cordoba. Flowers overflow from storybook balconies & charming little lanes will take your breath away. Free time to fall head over heels with this place and a trip to the Mezquita (Mosque of the Caliphs) will perfect your day, as would a relaxing bath house experience to soothe your travelling bones.

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Day 13: Cordoba to Madrid via Toledo

Our last full day on tour. But save the sadness for tomorrow, as today we take the scenic journey back to Madrid for one final evening of fun.
Mosques, churches and medieval buildings sit atop the hill town of Toledo. We'll uncover the city's gothic cathedral, the famous Renaissance sculptor, painter and architect El Greco’s house and the site of sieges, revolutions and treason. Just another pit-stop in our life in the glorious Spain.
Here we are, back where the party started 14 life-changing days ago. A traditional dinner of the city's specialities is up for grabs this evening, an unmissable final salute to the culture filled extravaganza that has been our journey.

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Day 14: Depart Madrid

We started just two short weeks ago, and now we're flooded with new memories & friends, it feels like a lifetime has past.

Inclusions:
      Accommodation
    • Hotels and only hotels is how we'll roll on this trip - some scenic, some local, some in the heart of downtown. Sleep twin or triple-share, or upgrade to a room all to yourself if you like riding solo
      Food
    • In addition to 13 breakfasts, we'll be warming you up with 2 regional meals in our favourite spots and 2 three-course dinner
      Staff
    • You'll be safe in the hands of your professional Trip Manager, who knows the streets of Europe better than you know the hairs on your toes. When it comes to transport, an experienced and legendary driver team will be taking the reins; trust us, they're always a hoot
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Tour Highlights:
  • Madrid: See the Gran Via, Royal Palace the Puerta del Sol & Plaza de Espana
  • Seville: Plaza de Espana in Seville