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Spain, Portugal, Morocco plus France 16 Days


Departure Date (Saturday)


Fares


Single Supplement


Adult

Child

4/21

$2,199.00

$1,699.00

$ 700.00

5/12, 26

$2,299.00

$1,799.00

$ 700.00

6/16, 30

$2,399.00

$1,899.00

$ 700.00

7/21

$2,399.00

$1,899.00

$ 700.00

8/4, 18

$2,399.00

$1,899.00

$ 700.00

9/8, 22

$2,299.00

$1,799.00

$ 700.00

10/6, 20

$2,199.00

$1,699.00

$ 700.00

· Child fare is for children under 11 and do not ask for a third bed in the same room with parents.

· All prices and hotel accommodations are subject to change without notice


Day 1 USA to Madrid

Depart from USA on an overnight flight to Madrid.


Day 2 Madrid

The tour will begin with an exciting orientation. Some sites you will see include the Plaza Espana, the Puerta Del, the Soland, and the Columbus Fountain.


Day 3 Madrid to Salamanca

In the morning, you will visit the Royal Palace and the Prado Museum. In the afternoon, you will travel to the city of Salamanca for a quick visit of the fabulous Plaza Mayor.


Day 4 Salamanca to Colmbra to Fatima to Lisbon

The tour will begin with a drive to the university town Colmbra for lunch. After lunch, the tour will progress to the city of Fatima. This city is one of the holiest sites for Roman Catholics. After visiting the city of Fatima, you will have an opportunity to see the city Lisbon in Portugal. You will then stay overnight in this city.


Day 5 Lisbon to Seville

The tour guide will take you to visit the Discovery Monument, the Gelem Tower, and the Jeromino Monastery. Later in the afternoon, you will depart for the city of Seville. This city’s Moorish and Christian heritage is reflected in its architecture, fountains, and parks. In the evening, you will have a chance to experience the excitement of the Spanish Flamenco Dance.


Day 6 Seville to Algerciras

Sites you will be visiting today will include the dramatic Seville Cathedral, the Plaza Espana, the Murillo Park and the Santa Cruz Quarter. You will stay overnight in the city of Algerciras.


Day 7 Algeciras to Tangier to Casablanca

You will take a ferry ride across the Strait of Gibraltar to the exotic Moroccan city, Tangier. Your tour guide will take you on a walk and show you the Grand Socco and the Medina. You will make a stop at Cap Spartel for pictures. Then, you will travel to Casablanca for an overnight stay.


Day 8 Casablanca to Rabat to Tangier

In the morning, you will be introduced to modern Casablanca as well as the ancient and wealthy Anfa District. Later in the day, you will travel to the capital city, Rabat, where you will visit Mohammed Mausoleum. On your way to the city of Tangier for an overnight stay, you will pass by the Royal Palace where you can take pictures.


Day 9 Tangier to Torremolinos to Granada

From the city of Tangier, you will take the ferry back to Spain. Lunch will be served at a popular seaside resort called Torremolinos. In the evening, you will stay overnight in Granada.


Day 10 Granada to Alicante

Granada was the site of the last Moorish Kingdom in Spain, reconquested by Queen Isabel in 1492. The day’s sightseeing will consist of the Moorish Palace Alhambra and its summer garden. Later, you will travel to Allicante, a place famous for its beaches and year round sunshine.


Day 11 Alicante to Valencia to Barcelona

Valencia is not only a sizable industrial city but its surrounding areas also include the vegetable and fruit gardens of Spain. An orientation tour includes the Silk Exchange and the Indoor Food Market. The drive to Barcelona will pass by endless groves of the famous Valencia oranges.


Day 12 Barcelona to Avignon (Breakfast and Lunch will be served)

A panoramic drive takes us to the bustling Rambla Street, Catalunya Square, and the Columbus Monument. Other sites you will see include the Picasso Museum, the 19952 Summer Olympic Site, and the Gaudi’s stunningly unique and still unfinished Holy Family Church. You will stay overnight in Avigon.


Day 13 Avignon to Lyon to Dijon

Avignon became both an international city and the focal point of Christendom in the 14th century. Seven popes, who were all Frenchmen, resided in Avignon. The orientation tour highlights the Papal Palace and the 12th century St. Benezet Bridge. The tour continues to the city of Lyon, famous for its restaurants and centuries old silk industry. You will stay overnight in Dijon.


Day 14 Dijon to Paris (Breakfast will be served)

From Dijon, you will travel through the countryside to Paris. Upon arrival, you will have time to shop in department stores or enjoy a cup of coffee in an outdoor café.


Day 15 Paris (Breakfast will be served)

Today, you will have an opportunity to explore the city on your own or you may join an optional tour to some of the most famous monuments in Paris. Some attractions include the Louvre Museum, the Notre Dame Cathedral, the Eiffel Tower, the Champs Elysees, and the Place De La Concord.


Day 16 Paris to USA

Depart from Madrid on an overnight flight to USA.


 

 

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