Portugal & Spain 10 days
PORTUGAL & SPAIN 10 days
Embark on a journey through the Iberian Peninsula with a Portugal and Spain tour.
Begin in Lisbon, Portugal’s vibrant capital city, where you can explore the historic neighborhoods of Alfama and Bairro Alto.
Then, travel to Évora, a charming city in Portugal’s Alentejo region, known for its Roman ruins and picturesque streets. In Seville, Spain, experience the authentic flamenco shows and marvel at the stunning Alcázar Palace.
Next, head to Madrid, Spain’s lively capital city, and explore its world-class museums and famous landmarks like the Royal Palace and Puerta del Sol.
In Zaragoza, witness the stunning Basílica del Pilar, a magnificent baroque church located on the banks of the Ebro River.
Finally, end your tour in Barcelona, the cosmopolitan city known for its Gaudí architecture, delicious food, and vibrant nightlife. Visit the iconic Sagrada Familia and stroll along the famous Las Ramblas. This Portugal and Spain tour promises to be a delightful mix of history, culture, and fun.
WHY CHOOSE THIS TOUR?
Discover wonderful destinations, from historic cities to unforgettable landscapes.
We only choose the best Hotel accommodation, and highest class services.
Find the best of Portugal’s arts and culture, like the traditional Fado Dinners.
Travel with an experienced Guide, who will enrich your historical and cultural knowledge of Portugal.
Air travel from your country to Portugal
Arrival at Lisbon airport. With transfer to the Hotel, meet your Tour Guide for presentation, and Welcome dinner in a restaurant in downtown Lisbon.
Lisbon viewpoints: visit de Eduardo VII Park , São Pedro de Alcântara, Bairro Alto and the Nossa Senhora do Monte and Bairro Alto.
The medieval side: visit the St. George´s Castle and the Lisbon´s Sé Cathedral. Stop at Comercio Square and visit the Triumphal Arch rooftop.
Visit the great monuments and enter inside the Jeronimos Monastery, ascend at the top of Belem Tower and the Discoveries Monument. Test the Belém pastry.
Downtow : Liberdade Avenue, Restauradores Square, Rossio Square, Figueira Square
Évora is a historic Portuguese city. Visit the majestic Se Cathedral ( 13th century) and the rooftop view over the city. The Chapel of Bones, built from bones exhumed from the city´s graveyards. Aqueduct of Evora (Água de Prata), Evora Museum and the Templo Romano Évora ( constructed in the first century as a temple dedicated to the cult of Augustus).
Zafra also known as little Seville visit the Alcázar Palacio de los Duques de Feria, Parroquia de la Candelaria, Museum Santa Clara de Zafra, Plaza Chica , Plaza Grande, El Castillo del Castellar.
Sevilha Visit the exterior of the Cathedral (the second largest in the catholic world after St. Peters in Rome), Santa Cruz quarter, Maria Luisa Park and Plaza España.
Must see: Alcazar of Seville is the Royal Palace of Seville, Seville Cathedral & La Giralda,Plaza de España – Spain square in Seville, Plaza de Toros, Santa Cruz district & Historical center, Torre del Oro, Park Maria Luisa, Palace “Casa de Pilatos”.
Cordoba visit the Great Mosque/Cathedral , Alcazar of Córdoba & Synagogue, Roman Bridge, Roman Temple, Jewish quarter, Historic Center, Calahorra Tower, Medina Azahara, Plaza de la Corredera, Patios de Córdoba.
Toledo World Heritage City – the spirit of El Greco lives on in the ancient streets of this beautiful city with visits to the Cathedral , historic churches and the mediaeval synagogue.
Discover the history of Madrid´s Royal Palace. Visit the museu del Prado, Museu Reina Sofia and more. Walk along the Paseo del Prado. Take a tour of Santiago Bernabéu Stadium.
Zaragoza visit the Basilica of Our Lady of Pilar is the city´s most iconic landmark. The Museo del Foro de Caesaraugusta ( Museum of the Roman Forum of Caesaraugusta), the Cathedral of Zaragoza, The Aljaferia Palace, the San Pablo Church (Unesco World Heritage Site), The Renaissance church of Santa Engracia, the Goya Museum , the Museum of Zaragoza.
Barcelona The Catalan capital : Tour Passeig de Gracia, an elegant boulevard that hosts a wealth of modernist architecture like La Pedrera and Casa Batlló, before discovering Antoni Gaudi´s Park Guell and La Sagrada Familia. Explore the history of Barcelona´s Gothic Quarter and finish with a sublime city views from on top of Montjuic Mountain.
Visit the Sagrada Familia, the holy cathedral designed by Antoni Gaudi. Park Guell is the famous park with mosaic benches and the salamander. Casa Battló is a building designed by Gaudi. Casa Milá (La Pedrera) by Gaudi. Picasso Museum of Barcelona.
Las Ramblas is the busiest street in Barcelona.
Parc de Montjuic & Majic Foutain. Sights of the Gothic quarter. Boqueria market. Port vell, port of Barcelona city. Basilica di Santa Maria del Mar.
Flight from Spain back to your country