Day 1
Arrive in Barcelona. Hop on Hop Off

Arrive at Barcelona airport & transfer to hotel. Rest of the day free at leisure. Barcelona, the cosmopolitan capital of Spain’s Catalonia region, is known for its art and architecture. The fantastical Sagrada Família church and other modernist landmarks designed by Antoni Gaudí dot the city. Discover the spectacular sights and cultural delights of Barcelona on a 1- or 2-day hop-on hop-off bus tour. From the open-top deck of a distinctive double-decker bus, see the impressive monuments of the Catalonian capital and disembark whenever an attraction captures your attention. Explore both the East- The Red Bus Hop on Hop off option has two routes operating in the city of Barcelona. Red Bus is that it covers an extra area in the east of Barcelona. For those of you who have done tours before and perhaps you are with friends or family this time, it could be a nice experience to see a different area.The bus stops at Torre Agbar and Recinte Modernista de Sant Pau are only covered by the Red Bus. This bus has 32 unique stops on its two routes included in the journey.

Day 2
Barcelona Hop On Hop Off

Orange route – west route Plaça Catalunya , Arc de Triomf ,El Born- Ciutadella-zoo .Passeig Colom ,World Trade Center ,Jardins de Miramar ,Fundació Joan Miró ,Anella Olímpica MNAC Museo Nacional de Catalunya ,Poble Espanyol ,Caixa Fòrum-Pavelló Mies Van Der Rohe, Plaça d’Espanya , Estació de Sants ,Camp Nou (F.C. Barcelona) ,Plaça Pius XII-Palau Reial- Pavellons Guell-Monestir de Pedralbes , l’Illa Diagonal ,Av. Diagonal .La Pedrera Casa Batlló Plaça Catalunya.

Day 3
Private tour to Montserrat! The most complete tour, cog train & meal included

Enjoy this private full-day tour in the nature of unique Montserrat, and the antique Monastery hidden among the peaks. Meet ‘La Moreneta’, the Black Madonna, and its fascinating story. Enjoy the spectacular views on a train ride between the mountains. You will get aboard the cog train to the Monastery. Your first stop will be in the Street Market of the local farmers, then you will go to the Monastery and Santa Maria de Montserrat Church meld with the stones of the mountain’s peaks.

Day 4
Arrive Madrid . Evening Flamenco Show

Take a train to Madrid. Transfer to your hotel. Later enjoy the famous Flamenco Show. Experience the fever of flamenco dancing during a show in one of Spain’s most esteemed ‘tables (flamenco venues) in Madrid. Select a show time convenient for you, then venture to the beating heart of Madrid’s Old Town to experience an evening of music and dance. Enjoy a welcome drink. Then take in a passionate performance from some of Spain’s top dancers. Overnight at hotel

Day 5
Madrid Hop on Hop Off Tour.

A hop-on-hop-off Madrid sightseeing tour by open-top double-decker bus is the perfect introduction to this incredible city. Select a 1- or 2-day ticket that lets you board and disembark at any of the 37 stops along two interconnecting routes, so you can explore city sights at your own pace. Follow Route 1 (Blue Route) to view the Belle Epoque buildings of historical Madrid. Disembark to explore the Royal Palace, Almudena Cathedral, and the Prado Museum, or admire the Gran Vía, Madrid’s main thoroughfare. Switch to Route 2 (Green Route) to focus on 19th- and 20th-century Madrid. Travel past skyscrapers and the legendary Bernabéu stadium — home to Real Madrid FC — along the Paseo de la Castellana. stroll through the elegant bourgeois enclave of Salamanca.

Day 6
Toledo and Segovia Tour with Alcazar Entrance from Madrid

Immerse yourself in the medieval majesty of Toledo, a UNESCO-listed site replete with historical monuments and Segovia on a full-day tour from Madrid. With a knowledgeable guide, witness the arresting landmarks of each city while discovering fascinating historical facts. Admire the grand cathedral and sacred monastery of San Juan in Toledo, marvel at the ancient aqueduct and regal Alcazar in Segovia, and gain valuable insight into the history and culture of each city from your expert guide. Enjoy the convenience of comfortable round-trip transportation on this tour.

Day 7
Arrive Granada. Half Day city tour

Take a train from Madrid to Granada. Arrive & Transfer to hotel. Granada is a city in southern Spain’s Andalusia region, in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada mountains. It’s known for grand examples of medieval architecture dating to the Moorish occupation, especially the Alhambra. This sprawling hilltop fortress complex encompasses royal palaces, serene patios, and reflecting pools from the Nasrid dynasty, as well as the fountains and orchards of the Generalife gardens. Overnight at the hotel.

Day 8
Alhambra and Generalife Private Guided Tour in Granada

Discover the legacy of Spain’s powerful Nasrid dynasty on a private tour of the UNESCO-listed Alhambra citadel and Generalife gardens in Granada. From Moorish sultans to Catholic kings, hear stories from the centuries of rulers who occupied this stunning royal complex and adjacent gardens while an official guide reveals the secrets behind their multicultural history and design. Overnight at the hotel.

Day 9
Arrive Seville. Cathedral & Alcazar Of Seville Guided Tour

On this compact walking tour, experience some of Seville’s historic highlights without wasting your whole day on a tour bus. Visit two of the city’s three UNESCO World Heritage Sites, the Royal Alcázar of Seville and the Cathedral of Seville, and explore them without waiting in line – entrance fees are covered by your tour costs. Learn about the city’s rich history, from its royal heritage to the lives of its average citizens, from your small group’s guide. Overnight at the hotel.

Day 10
White Villages and Ronda Day Tour from Seville

Sample the fascinating food, scenery, wildlife, and medieval history of Andalusia during this 10-hour exploration of Ronda and some of the area’s small villages. Sample olive oil in Zahara de la Sierra, then enjoy the views and scout for vultures at ‘Puerto de las Palomas.’ Cap it all off with a visit to historic Ronda, one of the oldest towns in Spain. Back to your hotel in the evening.

Day 11
Arrive faro ( Portugal ) . Bengali Caves Tour

Morning takes a bus to Faro in Portugal. Arrive and transfer to hotel. Later take the Benagik caves tour. The Algarve coast is known for its unique landscapes, but exploring off-road highlights can be tricky. Explore the Algarve’s natural terrain with ease on a jeep and boat tour, cruising along off-road trails before transferring to a boat for access to the Benagil Caves. Along the way, sample local products in traditional villages and a distillery, and relax after a full day’s sightseeing with a round-trip transfer from your hotel.

Day 12
Half-day Ria Formosa Natural Park Faro Islands Boat Cruise & bus To Lisbon

The Ria Formosa Natural Park is one of the most impressive natural wonders along Portugal’s Algarve coast and the best way to explore is by boat. Hop aboard a catamaran on this small-group tour from Faro; cruise around the islands of Armona, Culatra, Farol, and Deserta; and spot wild flamingos and egrets swooping over the lagoon. Back to your hotel. Later take a bus to go to Lisbon. Arrive & check-in at the hotel.

Day 13
Sintra and Cascais Small-Group Day Trip from Lisbon

See Portugal’s natural and architectural wonders on a small-group, guided tour of Sintra and Cascais from Lisbon. On this journey, experience the rich vegetation of Sintra Natural Park, the hidden trails and caves at Pena Park and the bluffs of Roca Cape. Tour the immaculate Pena National Palace and then drive along the Atlantic Coast to Cascais for a leisurely walk through town to its scenic beaches.

Day 14
Lisbon City tour & Bus to Porto

In Lisbon, monuments and museums abound. On this private 4-hour tour, you’ll see the best that Portugal’s capital has to offer and listen to history-rich commentary from a personal guide. Travel between landmarks with ease in an air-conditioned vehicle and explore historic neighborhoods such as Chiado, Alfama, and Baixa on foot. Choose from morning or afternoon departure and enjoy the convenience of pickup and drop-off at your Lisbon hotel. Later check out & proceed by bus to Porto.
Porto is a coastal city in northwest Portugal known for its stately bridges and port wine production. In the medieval Ribeira (riverside) district, narrow cobbled streets wind past merchants’ houses and cafes. São Francisco Church is known for its lavish baroque interior with ornate gilded carvings.

Day 15
Guimarães and Braga Day Trip from Porto

Journey to two of Portugal’s northernmost cities, Guimarães and Braga, on this immersive guided day trip from Porto, including lunch. Meet your expert guide and set out for Guimarães, a UNESCO World Heritage-listed town. See the 10th-century castle and the Dukes of Braganza Palace. Enjoy a satiating lunch at a local restaurant. Next, venture to Braga, where you will learn about its extensive Roman history from your informative guide. This is a great tour for Portuguese and European history buffs.

Day 16
Arrive Lisbon

After breakfast check out and take a bus to Lisbon. Arrive & check in at the hotel for a night stay. You will have free time to do the last-minute sightseeing or you can visit local markets. You can try cork jewelry, Bags, Clothes, do not forget to purchase the famous port wine. Overnight at the hotel.

Day 17

Transfer to the airport for your return flight.


  • Return airfare
  • One time visa charges
  • Overseas medical insurance ( mandatory )
  • Stay as mentioned.
  • Sightseeing as mentioned
  • Train fare Paris To Lyon to Nice


  • Any increase in the airfare at the time of issuing tickets
  • Any meals
  • Expenses of personal nature

Full Name: the Kingdom of Spain
Capital City: Madrid
Time Zone: + 1 GMT & + 4 Hours 30 Minutes ISD
Language: Spanish, English is widely spoken.
Religion: Christianity.
Currency: Euro
ROE: 1 Euro approximately makes 79 INR
Electricity: 230 Volts
Climate: There are three different climate zones in Spain, due to their large size. Visitors can generally expect a Mediterranean climate, characterized by hot, dry summers and mild, rainy winters. The vast central plateau, or Meseta, has a more continental-influenced climate with hot, dry summers and cold winters.
Shopping: Bullfighting Poster From Seville, Sword From Toledo, Sherry From Jerez, Spanish Fan From Barcelona, Kukuxumusu T-Shirt From Madrid, Saffron From Granada, Bota (Leather Wine Bottle) From Sigüenza, Olive Oil From Andalusia.
ISD Code: +34
Airport: There are 59 Airports in Spain. Major is Valencia Airport…San Pablo Airport.Madrid Barajas Airport…Malaga Airport…Barcelona International Airport…Lanzarote Airport…Las Palmas/Gran Canaria Airport…Palma de Mallorca Airport
Indian Restaurants:
Swad-The Indian Restaurant -Carrer de Sancho de Ávila, 167, 08018 Barcelona, Spain
Veg World India -Carrer de Bruniquer, 24, 08012 Barcelona, Spain
Sindur – Indian Restaurant – Carrer de Còrsega, nº 211, bajo, 08036 Barcelona, Spain
Curry Masala Restaurante Hindú -Calle de Silva, 16, 28004 Madrid, Spain
Restaurante Annapurna – Calle Pensamiento, 28, 28020 Madrid, Spain


The Spaniards have a completely different life rhythm from other Europeans. They typically have lunch between 1 and 3 pm, and dinner around 10 pm.
Spanish culture greatly influenced modern art from the late 1800s, with artists like Antoni Gaudí (Art Nouveau), Pablo Picasso (expressionism, cubism, surrealism), Joan Miró (surrealism), and Salvador Dalí (surrealism).
Flamenco is not actually a dance; it’s a musical style, which sometimes has dancing in it.
More than 150,000 tomatoes are usually thrown at La Tomatina.
The national anthem of Spain has no words.
Traditionally, you have two surnames in Spain – the first surname from your father, and the second from your mother.
The quill pen is thought to have originated in Spain about 1,400 years ago.
Do not be alarmed by a dirty floor in a bar. It is completely acceptable and normal to throw things on the ground in bars. Most of the time a dirty floor means a good bar!
Though Spain is more famous for its red wine than white, the majority of its vineyards have white grapes.
Spain is one of the world’s biggest producers of saffron, an important ingredient in paella.
Spain has more than 8,000 beaches.


Indian National requires a Schengen visa to travel to Spain. Indian citizens need to apply for a Schengen visa. Visa is issued by the consulate of Spain located in New Delhi. You must have more than 6 month’s validity on your passport from the intended date of return. Return air ticket, Bank Statements, Travel itinerary & hotel booking is required

Travel Insurance is mandatory for visa

Do dress appropriately.
Do be wary of pickpockets.
Tip if you like, tipping is not customary.
Leave regionalism and religion out of your discussion topics:
Don’t even think about walking around the city streets with a swimsuit. It is illegal in cities like Palma de Mallorca, Malaga, and Barcelona.
Don’t expect dinner before 9 PM. Don’t plan to have dinner before 9 PM, restaurants won’t open before
Be patient, don’t rush! Expect to wait 15 to 30 minutes. Spaniards typically are not strict about punctuality so, if you’re running a bit late, relax!
Being vegan in Spain is difficult
Close physical contact and prolonged eye contact are totally normal in Spain
Trains are expensive in Spain.

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