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SPAIN

9 Days in Spain

From an infinite variety of food, wine, towns, and customs to undiscovered hidden alcoves and beaches with over 300 days of sunshine each year, you will enjoy a trip to Spain whenever you fancy! This beautiful country offers a variety of experiences because every town has its own unique delicacies and very interesting history.

Day 1 Highlights

Barcelona


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Montserrat

The Royal Basilica of Montserrat is located up in the mountain of Montserrat, a peak which rises majestically to 4,051 feet (1,236 meters). It is located inside a Benedictine monastery founded in 1025 and is one of the most important pilgrimage sites in the country. It provides a mystical backdrop for the Virgin of Montserrat, the patron saint of Catalonia who is enshrined in the monastery’s Royal Basilica. Even if you are not the religious type, you will enjoy the breathtaking views of this mountaintop sanctuary. While in Catalonia, gain morning access to the 1,000-year-old Montserrat Monastery before anyone else on this tour. Just outside of Barcelona, lies the monastery that still functions today. Follow your guide through the area, and admire its pristine architecture. Then, pop into the Museum of Montserrat, if you wish, and explore its galleries with your guide close by to answer any questions along the way.

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Hotel Colonial Barcelona

This elegant hotel is set in Barcelona's Gothic Quarter, in an impressive, colonial, stone building with a clock tower.

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Picasso Museum & Gothic Quarter

Understand Picasso’s artistic evolution, which is always in parallel to his personal life. Today, the museum houses 4,251 works that show his legacy making it the most complete set of his works.

While Picasso was best known as the proponent of Cubism, he has dabbled in other styles during his younger years. Some of his notable works during his early years include The First Communion made in 1896 and the ceramic pieces donated by his widow. Enjoy an action-packed walking tour of Barcelona, where you’ll learn about the history of the city and visit multiple attractions in one tour. You’ll tour the city with a guide, so you won’t have to worry about getting lost. Highlights include the Cathedral of Barcelona, King’s Square, and the basilica of Santa Maria del Mar. You’ll also visit the Picasso museum with a guide, and enjoy breakfast at Palau de la Musica Catalana.

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Llamber

A modern concept of Spanish food, Llamber offers creative and artisanal tapas in a unique space. Market cuisine with the best seasonal and local products combining Asturian and Mediterranean gastronomy. A wine menu with 30 wines by the glass and a selection of 150 options by the bottle. A cocktail bar with signature cocktails.

A hip, New York-style gastro tapas bar in the heart of the Born neighborhood. Llamber is chic and trendy, set in a loft-style setting with exposed brick and a mix of high-top tables and regular seating. The restaurant prides itself on quality, fresh food from the market as well as its incredible wine list with a whopping 30 wines by the glass. This is a chic new place in Barcelona to dine with friends or on a date. It's also great for family outings perhaps on a special occasion. It's quite roomy and great for large groups.

Day 2 Highlights

Barcelona


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Girona

Visit one of the largest cities north of Barcelona. Girona is a medieval city with one of the best-preserved Jewish quarters in Europe. This is also where the hit TV series Game of Thrones filmed for its chapters. You can experience Girona's history and see popular locations from the show with a guided walking tour. Get your fix of ‘Game of Thrones' fantasy drama on this Viator Exclusive tour of the season six filming sites in Girona. Much of the city’s Old Town was transformed into the streets and landmarks of King’s Landing and Braavos, two fictional towns from the HBO hit series.

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Jewish Quarter

The Jewish Quarter in Girona is one of the best-preserved in the world. From 982 to 1492, Jews lived in Girona. The area where they lived, called El Call, is a maze of narrow, winding, cobblestoned lanes, still intact and very much like they were over 500 years ago. These narrow streets are a joy to explore.

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Monastery of Sant Pere de Galligants

Together with the church of Sant Nicolau, this forms part of a Romanesque ensemble from the 12th century. Its façade is reminiscent of the large Romanesque cathedrals, and the cloister, also from the 12th century, is one of the most interesting in Catalan Romanesque art.

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Gaudí Park Güell

You will not find any park like this one in the world! This architectural marvel was commissioned to Gaudí by Count Güell. It was originally meant to be an elegant estate filled with family homes. Today, it is a public park and one of the city's UNESCO heritage sites, another marvel that awaits you on your visit to Barcelona. Park Güell is of Antoni Gaudí's more popular works that were conceived during the naturalist phase of his career. You will see his signature design elements all over the premises such as the colorful mosaic work and the walls and the distinct pathways and columns that blend in well with the park's surroundings.

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La Pedrera Gaudí

Enjoy beautifully designed interiors and exhibits featuring his work. Get a glimpse of how Barcelona's upper class lived in the 20th century in this guided tour. Marvel at the furniture interiors and exhibits that they feature on the main floor of the building. Audio guides are also available for use. Aside from Gaudi's signature design elements in the building, La Pedrera also features a fantastic rooftop view of Barcelona that will take your breath away especially during sunset. Enjoy the view and take as many pictures as you can.

Day 3 Highlights

Barcelona


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Sagrada Família


Gaudi's iconic modernist masterpiece. Gaudí, one of the greatest innovators of his time, has left behind numerous treasures for the discerning tourist to discover in Barcelona. Discover this magnificent modernist building in the guided tour inside the church. Consecrated as a minor basilica in 2010, the Sagrada Família has a Latin cross plan with five aisles, richly and symbolically decorated, where vaults reach seventy meters. This church is a truly stunning masterpiece from the façade to its interiors. Later on the tour, you will stop by the Sagrada Família museum, where you will see drawings, plaster models and pictures about the history and development of this basilica from its early beginnings to the present day.

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Puiggròs

This family-run bakery is great for brunch (or breakfast). One of the most renowned bakeries in Barcelona, Puiggròs claims to make the best chocolate croissant in Barcelona since the 1900s. Challenge them to a croissant-off at your peril! Their quiches, baguettes, and coffee are also pretty epic.

The newly renovated bakery has a large seating area and a kid’s play corner, so you can take some time to really enjoy that coffee and pastry, while you relax and wake up properly while being just a stone’s throw away from the Sagrada Familia. Needless to say, please do not throw stones at the Sagrada Familia!

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Port Aventura

Go on an unforgettable adventure in the world where you will visit exotic places and even the world of Sesame Street! Port Aventura Park offers 40 attractions that will delight both adrenaline junkies and families alike. Five of the park's themed areas are inspired by civilizations such as China, Polynesia, Far West, Mexico, and the Mediterranean. The sixth theme area, Sésamo Aventura, is the family area set in the world of Sesame Street. In each area, you expect endless attractions, shows, shops, and theme restaurants for a fun-filled time.

Day 4 Highlights

Madrid


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Eurostars Madrid Tower

A renowned and prestigious hotel, where each room is an exclusive experience. The height makes us unique: Eurostars Madrid Tower occupies the first 30 floors of the imposing 236-meter-tall SyV Tower. Enjoy the spectacular views afforded by the Eurostars Madrid Tower, spanning 360 degrees from the mountains to Plaza Mayor. The majority of the hotel’s quarters (rooms, Volvoreta restaurant, Spa & Health Club, and numerous meeting rooms) are veritable viewpoints over the city.

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Atletico de Madrid Wanda Metropolitano Stadium

Come experience an unforgettable day in the Wanda Metropolitano and the host of the 2019 UEFA Champions League Final. Whether you’re a die-hard Atlético fan or just visiting the city, the Wanda Metropolitano is a sight to see!

When you tour the stadium, you'll walk through the tunnel, check out the pitch, stands, mixed zone, auditorium, and dressing rooms! Start the tour at gate 3.

Guided tours of the stadium will be given from Monday to Friday. On the other hand, non-guided tours will be done on Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays, and Holidays.

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Plaza de Toros de Las Ventas

The international center of bullfighting! On your visit with Las Ventas Tour, you will discover a place that is emblematic of the heart and soul of bullfighting, where the world’s finest matadors present their artistry and skill.

In this guided tour, you will explore the key parts of the bullring, from the main entrance to the tendidos, to the callejón. This tour also includes the use of an audio guide available in 8 languages: Spanish, French, English, Italian, Portuguese, German, Chinese, and Russian.

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Flamenco Las Carboneras

The Tablao Las Carboneras is located in the most traditional area of ​​Madrid, Madrid de los Austrias, on the ground floor of the old palace of the Count of Miranda. Born from the idea of ​​recovering the singing cafes of yesteryear, this tablao flamenco restaurant combines an avant-garde image and style with the best of current flamenco.

Figures of recognized prestige have passed through our stage. Artists such as Pastora Galván, Jorge Pardo, Rocío Molina, Montse Cortés, Belén Maya, Manuel Liñán, Alfonso Losa, Marco Flores, Olga Pericet, La Shica ... Prestigious names that have been integrated into a very solid dance group that they founded the partners and dancers Manuela Vega, Tacha and Ana Romero, who have created a new approach to tablao flamenco.

Las Carboneras has created its own label and has promoted a renewing trend of this art in Madrid. Our venue combines live entertainment with quality Spanish cuisine, as well as periodic exhibitions of top-level visual artists.

Day 5 Highlights

Madrid


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Santo Tomé

Church with a Mudéjar tower dating from the 14th century. It is home to the famous painting by El Greco, the Burial of the Count of Orgaz. The church dates from the 12th century, although it was completely rebuilt in the early 14th century by the Count of Orgaz.

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Monastery of San Juan de los Reyes

Built to commemorate the victory at the Battle of Toro. It was commissioned by the Catholic Monarchs in thanks for the victory at the Battle of Toro. It has a single nave, with side chapels located between the buttresses.

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Synagogue of Santa María la Blanca

This Mudéjar construction was built in 1180. It has five naves separated by pillars supporting horseshoe arches. In the 15th century it was converted into a church, although today it is simply a monument which is open to visitors.

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Palacio Real

The Royal Palace was built in the 18th century upon the ancient Baroque Italian-style fortress of Habsburg. It is one of the most beautiful and best-preserved palaces in Europe and a symbol of the permanence and consolidation of Madrid as the capital of the Kingdom.

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Plaza Mayor

The Plaza Mayor (English: Main Square) is a major public space in the heart of Madrid, the capital of Spain. It was once the centre of Old Madrid. It was first built (1580–1619) during the reign of Philip III. Only a few blocks away is another famous plaza, the Puerta del Sol.

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Gran Via

Probably, Gran Vía is the most famous and popular touristic street in Spain. It was mostly dedicated to entertainment with many cinemas, theaters, musicals, night clubs and bars. The construction of the Gran Vía Avenue started in 1910.

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El Jamón de la Gran Vía

Jamón Serrano – or Spanish ham – is a gastronomic must for those who are visiting the country for the first time, and what better place to try it, along with some excellent Spanish tapas, than at El Jamón de la Gran Vía, a restaurant that specializes in ham. Diners can choose from a selection of tapas or dishes which are all prepared for sharing, so a wide range of traditional Spanish recipes can be sampled. The menu offers calamari, croquettes, octopus and Spanish omelets among other delicious recipes.

Day 6 Highlights

Madrid


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Las Rozas Village Shopping Express

Designer brands and discount prices always make an irresistible match, but even more so at Las Rozas Village, arguably one of the best outlets in the Madrid area famously known for its bargains. Leave Madrid at 11:00 am, 1:00 pm, or 3:00 pm, and enjoy only a 30-minute journey on comfortable transportation straight to the outlet. This shopper’s paradise with elegant, colorful buildings and picturesque green spaces, houses a host of local and international designer brands that offer up to 60% off all year round. From clothes, jewelry, accessories, and home wear you’ll be sure to find something that catches your eye - no wonder the Beckhams were regular customers here while living in Madrid! For refreshment, the village offers a wide variety of restaurants and coffee shops for you to relax with a meal and a glass of wine before heading back to Madrid with your stylish bargains in hand!

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El Escorial

a symbol of the Spanish power in the 16th century that commemorates the battle of St. Quentin. It is also a mausoleum for Charles V. Due to the symmetry and balance of its construction, according to the humanist Renaissance style, for years it had been considered the eighth wonder of the world.

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Valley of the Fallen

The Valley of the Fallen (Valle de los Caídos) is located in the Sierra de Guadarrama some 8 miles north of El Escorial. The complex was built between 1940 and 1958 and is a monument intended to commemorate all those who died on both sides during the Spanish Civil War (1936-1939).

Day 7 Highlights

Ibiza


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Hacienda Na Xamena

Get the celebrity treatment with world-class service at Hacienda Na Xamena, Ibiza

Offering amazing sea views from its clifftop position and from its stylish rooms, this impressive hotel is located in Na Xamena, on Ibiza’s north coast. It offers a spa, a gym, tennis court and 3 swimming pools.

Hotel Hacienda Na Xamena’s spa has indoor and outdoor areas, including the Suspended Waterfalls Thalassotherapy Circuit which offers fantastic views. There is a massage area located in a bamboo hut which faces the sunset in the west.

The Na Xamena has 2 restaurants, including a poolside bar that serves snacks and drinks for informal all-day dining, and a very chic Mediterranean-inspired space with terraces on various levels overlooking the sea.

The bright, air-conditioned rooms at Hotel Hacienda Na Xamena feature a flat-screen TV, a minibar and a private bathroom. All have a private hot tub and many have a mini-pool looking out over the Mediterranean Sea.

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Jet Ski Tour to Atlantis

Experience the magic of Atlantis by a jet ski on a 1.5-hour activity from Ibiza. Cross the seas to the legendary site, and discover the manmade rock formations of the former quarry that provided sandstone for Ibiza Town's 16th-century Dalt Vila.

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Kayak by Moonlight

Kayak into the marine nature reserve hotspot, es Figueral.

This area is full of hidden gems to explore. Enjoy crystal clear waters. Vivid colours, pine tree forest down to the beach.

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Slingshot Ibiza

Experience the most exciting ride in the world! Experience up to 6 G's in acceleration. Located on the beach in the heart of San Antonio. Get launched from the volcano into the sky to 72 meters in 1.3 seconds. You can buy an upload video of your experience. Other rides and attractions are available on site. All the fun of the fair for the whole family.

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Amnesia

One of the biggest clubs in Ibiza, Amnesia has been a mainstay on the island’s nightlife scene since its conception. It is home to many of the hottest Ibiza party packages, including Paris Hilton’s glamorous Foam & Diamonds. Amnesia is on the main road that connects Ibiza Town with San Antonio and is also near the village of San Rafael.

Day 8 Highlights

Ibiza


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Cueva de Can Marçà

This cave was historically discovered by groups of smugglers who used it to hide their contraband and you can still see the markings they made on the walls to guide their way in the dark. Since the 1980s the cave has become one of the island's major tourist attractions.

Highlights of the visit include spectacular sea views from the openings of the cave, and an impressive music and lights show inside the cave. The stalagmites and stalactites that hang from the ceiling also add to the captivating, eery atmosphere of the cave.

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Oceanbeat Boat Party with Open Bar

Escape the real world and experience an award-winning all-inclusive boat party in Ibiza. Dance to the hottest international DJ's as you sail around the island. Get soaked in a champagne shower. Enjoy the open bar and take a dip in the water. Live it up at the beach club after-party or check out some of Ibiza's other famous parties.

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Bora Bora Beach Club


One of the best known sites in Ibiza, Bora Bora is World famous for its parties and its beach. It is THE definitive beach bar in Playa d’en Bossa. You can party on the dsand, in the bar; whatever you feel like and can even wave to the low flying planes full of holiday makers as they go by!

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La’Era Ibiza

Occupies an old Ibiza-style property that has been pleasantly restored and boasts a delightful terrace and superb views. Delicious, traditionally inspired contemporary cuisine with a focus on meticulous preparation. Contemporary cuisine restaurant made with products grown on the farm where it is located in the Agroturismo Can Toni Xumeu. The restaurant is in full harmony with the environment and open to demanding customers where you can enjoy lunch and dinner. A prestigious chef Samuel G. Galdón is in charge of the project.

Day 9 Highlights

Mallorca Island


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Villa Station

Featuring an outdoor swimming pool and terrace set among tropical plants, Villa Station is set just outside Ses Salines and 10 minutes’ drive from Es Trenc Beach. The stylish country hotel offers free Wi-Fi.

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Mallorca Hot Air Balloon Ride

Soar over the scenic sprawl of northeast Mallorca during an exhilarating 2-hour hot-air balloon experience. Ascend to the air from Cala Milor and feel your excitement heighten as you take to the skies and see blissful beaches and verdant beauty from a unique perspective. Gaze at panoramic vistas of the idyllic island throughout your 2-hour ride then return to the ground to toast your flight with a glass of lavish Champagne.

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Sea Caving Excursion

Discover a fascinating underground world on this half-day sea caving adventure tour in Mallorca. Explore the Cova des Coloms caves with a professional guide and swim in the natural lakes. This is an adventure for everyone in the family to enjoy. Experience the spectacular caves of Cova des Coloms on a 5-hour caving adventure. The island of Mallorca is famous for its limestone caves and Cova des Coloms is the only sea cave system where you can swim inside.

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Quad Biking Excursion

Feel the power of the 300cc power engine as you cruise along rural roads and mountainous terrain. Admire the typical Fincas (small houses) on the island, farmland, and natural scenery.

As you drive up the Puig de Randa mountain, be rewarded with the spectacular views over the coastline and the central-southern part of Mallorca. Arrive at the paradise cove of Cala Blava, known for its spectacular beauty and crystal-clear waters.

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Cliff Diving

Feel the adrenaline rush as you cliff jump into the crystal clear waters.

Alternatively, feel free to take a walk along the rocks and discover secret caves.

There will be an opportunity to take breathtaking photographs to capture your experiences. Enjoy cold drinks and Latin music at the end of the tour.

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Restaurante Del Sol

With a kitchen to enjoy, a terrace to share, an environment made to relax and dreamy views, Del Sol offers everything you need to have a good stay in Arenal. Located on the first line, the beach is only two steps away from a spectacular breakfast, lunch or dinner. Divided into a restaurant on the first floor and a Café on the ground floor, you don't have to look further, Del Sol offers a complete experience in Arenal.