Discover dreamy Granada along with the most visited monument in Spain: the Alhambra, nominated to be one of the new Seven Wonders of the World. Stroll through the beautiful narrow streets of Granada and find more magnificent spots the city has to offer.
The Cathedral is one of the finest Gothic architectures in all of Europe and, more importantly, the largest Gothic cathedral worldwide. The Giralda tower itself can be seen from virtually every point in the city, and is never a dull sight. You have to see the skyline from atop with your own eyes.
The most visited site in Seville and arguably the most famous in Andalusia, the Royal Alcazar is truly a special palace and even more unique tour. Captured in movies and tv around the world, you must see the palace in person to truly appreciate it.
Discover the most picturesque villages of the provinces of Seville, Cadiz, and Malaga and escape reality for two days.
Spend the night in the breathtaking city of Ronda and visit one of the many wineries where the famous Andalusian vintages are produced.
Spend two days surrounded by the Doñana Natural Park’s immense wild ecosystem in the heart of nature. Visit the most important wetlands in all of Europe and the different ecosystems of Doñana.
Spend the day surrounded by what the enchanting countryside the province of Huelva has to offer. Discover the Grotto of the Wonders in the picturesque town of Aracena and walk through the Dehesa de Aracena, which is the natural habitat of the Spanish Bravo Bull and the Iberian Pig.
A day trip unlike anything else, experience the cosmopolitan city of Tangier as you enjoy the rich and lively culture it has to offer. Tangier and its grand markets and squares are clearly the best and most authentic places to enjoy the countries cuisine and shouldn’t be missed.
Experience the gorgeous coast of Andalusia! Stroll through the antsiest city in Spain: Cadiz and relax on her beautiful beaches, then journey to Jerez de la Frontera and truly experience their delicious wines, emotional flamenco, and divine horses.
Two of the three UNESCO World Heritage Sites of Seville, the Royal Alcazar palace and the Cathedral of Seville are impressive to say the least. The marvelous architecture, romantic gardens, and breathtaking art has to be seen in person to be fully appreciated.