Depart from Madrid for a tour to Cordoba, Seville and Granada and spend 4 days exploring Andalusia’s most popular cities. You will be visiting the famous Alhambra, in Granada, and other UNESCO World Heritage Sites such as the city of Toledo. Discover the enriching history and beautiful landscapes that this Spanish region has to offer.
Traveling through Don Quixote’s legendary country, you will depart from Madrid and reach your first destination: Cordoba. In this wonderful city you will be visiting the mosque/cathedral and Jewish quarter, while exploring the city, admiring its beautiful streets, alleys, squares and whitewashed courtyards.
Then, you will head up to Seville, where you will be visiting the cathedral, gardens and Santa Cruz quarter. Built on the banks of the Guadalquivir River, this beautiful city has a rich Arab legacy and colorful local districts you cannot miss.
Continuing this tour from Madrid, you will see the Arabic architectonic jewel: the “Alhambra”, in Granada. With its Nazaríes Palaces and its gardens of Generalife, the Alhambra is the last stronghold of the Moorish kingdoms until 1492 and one of Andalusia’s special landmarks.
To finish this tour, you will be visiting the World Heritage city of Toledo, just before returning to Madrid. You will appreciate the glory of this city, filled with an impressive medieval architecture.
If you are planning to travel to Madrid and you want to see more than the capital city of Spain, this tour of Cordoba, Seville and Granada it worth a visit. Check availability, prices and book your tour from Madrid online into a secure way.
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