Wonders Of Spain 6nights Program

    • Duration

      7 Days

    • Total Destinations


    • Attractions


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    DAY 1
    Arrival- Madrid

    • Arrive at Barajas Adolfo Suarez International Airport.
    • Our Airport representative will meet & greet you.
    • Pick – up from Airport and transfer to the hotel in Madrid.
    • Check-In to the hotel and day @ leisure.
    • Overnight at the hotel.

    DAY 2

    • Breakfast at the hotel.
    • After breakfast today it’s time to visit two main hot spot of Madrid.
    • THE PRADO MUSEUM: Museo Del Prado, officially known as Museo Nacional Del Prado, is the main Spanish national art museum, located in central Madrid. It is widely considered to have one of the world's finest collections of European art, dating from the 12th century to the early 20th century, based on the former Spanish Royal Collection, and the single best collection of Spanish art. Founded as a museum of paintings and sculpture in 1819, it also contains important collections of other types of works. The Prado Museum is one of the most visited sites in the world, and it is considered one of the greatest art museums in the world.
    • ROYAL PALACE OF MADRID: The Royal Palace of Madrid (Spanish: Palacio Real de Madrid) is the official residence of the Spanish royal family at the city of Madrid, although now used only for state ceremonies. The palace has 135,000 m2 (1,450,000 sq ft) of floor space and contains 3,418 rooms. It is the largest functioning royal palace and the largest by floor area in Europe.
    • Evening get picked up for FLAMENCO TABLAOS: Corral de la Moreria may be the most famous tablao flamenco in the world and one of the most recognized flamenco establishments in Spain. In 2011 the establishment received a recommendation in the Michelin Guide for the fifth consecutive year, a testament to its continuous quality. Author Patricia Schultz, in her NY Times bestseller "1000 Places to See Before you die", also listed Corral de la Moreria as one of Madrid's top 10 sights, ranked in the third place, along with the Museum of El Prado and the Royal Palace of Spain.
    • Back to hotel and overnight stay.

    DAY 3
    Madrid – Avila & Salamanca (Full Day Tour)

    • Breakfast at the hotel.
    • Today post breakfast, you will Travel from Madrid to Spain’s medieval, UNESCO-listed cities Avila and Salamanca. Avila is famous for its medieval walls. They are arguably the best in Europe. The 11th century walls are two kilometres long, have 88 turrets and are perfectly preserved. The town is also famous as the home of Saint Teresa. Visit the Avila Cathedral and Basilica of St. Vincent in Avila.
    • AVILA CATHEDRAL: Avila’s UNESCO-listed old city, one of Spain’s best-preserved medieval gems, out of which you will see one of a master piece in Avila, The Cathedral of the Saviour is a Catholic church in Ávila in the south of Old Castile, Spain. It was built in the late Romanesque and Gothic architectural traditions. It was planned as a cathedral-fortress, its apse being one of the turrets of the city walls. It is surrounded by a number of houses or palaces.
    • The Basilica de San Vicente in Avila or Basílica de San Vicente in Spanish stands on the traditional site of the martyrdom of St. Vincent at the hands of the Romans.
    • According to legend, a rich Jew laughed at the saint's execution, but afterwards he was nearly suffocated by a serpent that emerged miraculously from the rocks. He repented, converted, and built a church on the site. The Basilica de San Vicente that stands today dates from the 12th century and is mostly a Romanesque in style. You will appreciate particularly, the 12th-century portals and portico of the Basilica de San Vicente which are fine examples of Romanesque architecture.
    • Later you will be then preceding ahead to Salamanca a UNESCO-listed City in Spain, famous for its medieval university and enchanting sandstone architecture. You will see its famous Cathedral, Plaza Mayor & Casa Lis.MSYTERIOUS CATHEDRAL OF SALAMANCA: There are numerous mysteries in the world, and the Cathedral of Salamanca’s astronaut is one such. Cathedral of Salamanca is actually two churches joined together, one dates back to the 12th‒13th centuries, while the newer one dates back to the 16th century. Besides its glories as architectural marvels, the two churches are also known for something mysterious, i.e., astronaut carvings on its wall. While most of its carvings are unique, While many claim that the aliens are involved in this, or it is in fact the work of a time traveller, the mystery was soon unveiled, and it was left no mysterious after all.
    • PLAZA MAYOR: The Plaza Mayor (English Main Plaza) in Salamanca, Spain is a large plaza located in the center of Salamanca, used as a public square. It was built in the traditional Spanish baroque style and is a popular gathering area. It is lined by restaurants, ice cream parlors, tourist shops, jewelry stores and a pharmacy along its perimeter except in front of the city hall. It is considered the heart of Salamanca and is widely regarded as one of the most beautiful plazas in Spain.
    • CASA LIS MUSEUM: The Casa Lis is a museum located in the ancient city wall of Salamanca, Spain. Also known as Museo Art Nouveau and Art Déco, it is a museum of decorative arts, with exhibits dating from the last decades of the 19th century to World War II.
    • Back to hotel and overnight stay.

    DAY 4
    Madrid – Seville, Spain (Approx 5 Hours Drive)

    • Breakfast at the hotel.
    • Post breakfast check-out from the hotel as you will travel all to Seville from Madrid for your next level experiences about Spain.
    • Arrive at Seville & check-In to the hotel.
    • Evening you will picked up from the hotel for Pura Esencia Flamenco Shows in Triana TABLAOS AND FLAMENCO SHOWS: No matter the time of year you can be sure that there will be flamenco shows happening across the city on any evening.
    • A tablao is a good way to watch a show, with live musicians and either a bar or restaurant service.
    • If you’re staying near the Cathedral then Tablao El Arenal would be a good option, with two performances a night (each lasting 90 minutes) and a choice of tapas or full dinner.People visiting Seville in spring or autumn can catch the Peñas de Guardia, a series of shows organized for local or up-and-coming flamenco talent.