Spain Unlimited 6nights Program

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      7 Days

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    DAY 1
    Arrival– Seville

    • Arrive at Seville International Airport.
    • Our Airport representative will meet & greet you.
    • Pick – up from Airport and transfer to the hotel in Seville.
    • Check-In to the hotel.
    • Evening you will picked up from the hotel for Pura Esencia Flamenco Shows in TrianaTABLAOS 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.
    • Back to hotel and overnight stay.

    DAY 2

    • Breakfast at the hotel.
    • After breakfast today it’s time to visit the main hot spots of Seville.SEVILLE CATHEDRAL: This enormous structure is like a little world on its own, and you will lose hours staring in awe at the beautiful architectural flourishes, relics and historical curios. With 80 different chapels it’s the largest cathedral in the world by volume and is a World Heritage site. There are also hints of the mosque that once stood on this spot, especially in the Court of the Orange trees on the north side, where Muslims once performed ablutions.The big photo opportunity inside is definitely the tomb of Christopher Columbus, but there’s something spectacular at almost every turn.
    • LA GIRALDA: An enduring emblem for Seville, the Giralda is the bell-tower right next-door to the Cathedral. It has Moorish origins, being the minaret for the former mosque.What’s unusual about the tower is that 34 ramps lead to the top instead of a stairway.This was so that Muezzin who led the call to prayer could ride his horse up the tower instead of walking. To break up the monotony of the climb there are regular archaeological exhibits on the way up. And at the top the view is even better than you could hope for.
    • Evening visit REAL ALCAZAR: This is a marvelous UNESCO-listed palace complex that is still in use by the Spanish royal family: their chambers, state rooms and halls are on the upper level and can be viewed if you pay a little extra.Nearly all of the complex is in the Mudéjar style (Moorish-inspired architecture for non-Islamic buildings) and was developed by Pedro the Cruel during the 14th-century.There are small glimpses of the original Almohad palace on the Patio del Yeso, for instance.
    • On a visit you’ll walk from courtyard to beautiful courtyard, look up at carved coffered ceilings and surround yourself in the lush greenery of the sprawling gardens.Fine views of the grounds can be had from the elevated Grutesco Gallery.
    • Back to hotel and overnight stay.

    DAY 3

    • Breakfast at the hotel.
    • After breakfast leave Seville to see the Italica: which is a birthplace of Roman Emperor’s.
    • ITALICA: Italica north of modern-day Santiponce, 9 km northwest of Seville in southern Spain, was an Italic settlement founded by the Roman general Scipio in the province of Hispania Baetica. It was the birthplace of Roman Emperors Trajan, Hadrian, and Theodosius (possibly).
    • Italica is the birthplace of two Roman emperors and the best-preserved Roman ruins in Spain. The giant Colosseum could hold nearly 25,000 people during its heyday but now lies in ruins. Here are some sites that you hear of often. Grand, great buildings that stand the test of time and some that seem to just sneak under the radar for years and years. It is a place that so many have no idea exists…unless they are die-hard Game of Thrones fans, of course. (In Season 7, Daenerys meets Cersei in the dragon pit of King’s landing right here. Season 8 was also filmed here).
    • Later drive back to Seville and spend rest of your day at the great place called The Santa Cruz district.SANTA CRUZ DISTRICT: All the most popular monuments are located in the Santa Cruz district, the historic heart of Seville. It’s therefore also the most touristic place!You can stroll in the pedestrian streets, have a coffee or a lunch in one of the many bars and restaurants and shop for souvenirs in one of the numerous shops. It’s a very pleasant place to walk around, with its typical patios, whitewashed houses and pretty little squares. Don’t miss the Plaza Patio de Banderas for a beautiful view of the cathedral!
    • Back to hotel and overnight stay.

    DAY 4

    • Breakfast at the hotel.
    • Today post breakfast take a break and you will be picked up from the hotel by 12 PM for your half day tour in Seville.
    • MARIA LUISA PARK AND IT’S BOTANICAL GARDEN: The largest green space in central Seville originally belonged to the nearby San Telmo Palace, dating to the 1500s.In the late-19th century the grounds were donated to the city by Infanta Luisa Fernanda and took their present shape after a remodel in 1911. Maria Luisa is one of those parks with a pleasant surprise down every path, whether it’s an ornamental pond, pavilion, sculpture or tiled fountain.The park’s broad avenues have twin-rows of tall palm trees, while the body of the park, woven with little trails, is a large botanical garden with unusual species from around the world.
    • Plaza de España: This colossal monument was built for the Ibero-American Exposition in 1929 and stands within the Maria Luisa Park. It’s a semi-circular plaza edged by a canal and overlooked by a large, curved palace. The palace contains many of the city’s administrative buildings, but the reason to visit is to walk beneath the gallery.You’ll see busts of important national figures but also little installations for every province in Spain.Using typical Sevillian azulejos (painted tiles) these displays showcase details like the local food and famous monuments in each part of the country.
    • It’s like a quaint geography lesson and will hold your attention for a good few minutes.TRIANA NEIGHBORHOOD: On the left bank of the Guadalquivir, opposite the old city is the Triana neighborhood. This is an earth part of the city, credited for many of the things people associate with Sevillian culture, like painted ceramics and flamenco. The main way in is via the Isabel Bridge close to the bullfighting arena, here you can halt and see 250 years old bullfighting arena and moving in the said direction will make you arrive at the Plaza de Altozano, which has a much-photographed statue of a flamenco dancer, a “monument to the flamenco art”. Check out the area’s Moorish revival and baroque architecture and pop into one of the many tile and ceramics shops for authentic azulejos tiles and take a scenic boat ride.
    • Back to hotel and overnight stay

    DAY 5
    Seville (Full Day Museum Tour)

    • Breakfast at the hotel.
    • Post breakfast, you will go on a full day tour of Museums. These are famous and must visit sites on your travel to Seville.ARCHAEOLOGICAL MUSEUM: This attraction is part of ensemble built for the Ibero-American Exposition, collecting the most important artefacts from the archaeological sites around the Seville Province.The most exciting finds are from the Bronze Age: For example, dating to the 8th century BC is Treasure of El Carombolo. This hoard belonged to either the local Tartessos Culture that lived on the banks of the Guadalquivir River, or to the Phoenicians.It’s a hoard of 21 pieces of gold jewellery, and after replicas had been on display for many years the original items were installed in 2012.
    • MUSEUM OF ARTS AND TRADITIONS: Also part of the Exposition is this surprisingly diverting museum covering Seville’s traditional industries, households and customs. Here you’ll see everyday items from throughout Seville’s history, including ceramics from the 16th-century and large displays of swords and knives forged in the city. One section leads you through the various workshops relating to Seville’s historic trades, such as tile-making, metalwork, lacework and barrel-making for the local sherry (fino).
    • MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS: Walking around the older parts of the city, the buildings that don’t look Moorish have a highly ornate baroque style.This is because the 17th and 18th centuries were a time of great wealth for Seville, which gave rise to a whole cultural movement. At the Museo de Bellas Artes you can see the painting and sculpture from the Sevillian School. Much of the work here is religious and comes from monasteries and convents around the city that were closed down in the 19th-century and brought here. The building is also fabulous, with a series of peaceful courtyards.
    • Back to hotel and overnight stay

    DAY 6

    • Breakfast at the hotel.
    • Post breakfast, you will go on a famous and must visit site called Palacio de las Dueñas.PALACIO DE LAS DUENAS: With so many beautiful attractions in Seville, you might think it’s okay to skip Las Dueñas, a palace located near the city’s old town, but don’t do it! The Palacio de las Dueñas is actually one of the city’s most beautiful sights.The palace’s correct name is actually Palace of the Dukes of Alba, as it’s actually still the property of a prominent aristocratic Spanish family. The origins of the palace date back to the 16th century, and it has been considered a national monument since 1931. It opened to the public in 2016, and has since been enchanting travelers from all around the globe.
    • Next you will visit Plaza De Toros for a guided tour.PLAZA DE TOROS: Plaza de toros de la Real Maestranza de Caballería de Sevilla (yes, that’s the full name!) with a guided tour only.You will be able to visit the museum and enter the arena. Each year, the Plaza de Toros hosts one of the most important ferias in the world: the feria de Abril.Whether you are for or against it, the bullfighting tradition is very strong in Andalusia and bullfights are a very important event in the Andalusian life.* Next visit is very close to Plaza De Toros, Torre Del Oro. TORRE DEL ORO: It is also known as “Tower Of Gold” in English. Located on the banks of the Guadalquivir River, it was built in the early 13th century to strengthen the city’s military defenses. To block traffic on the river, the Moors used a huge chain connected to another tower situated on the other side of the river.
    • At the top, there is also a panoramic terrace which offers a nice view of the Cathedral, the river and the Triana district located on the other side of the Guadalquivir.
    • Today, the Torre de Oro houses the naval museum, with miniature models and former navigation tools.
    • Back to hotel and overnight stay

    DAY 7
    Fly Back

    • Breakfast at the hotel.
    • Time say “Good bye to SEVILLE” post breakfast you will be picked up for your final transfer to Seville International Airport for your flight back to home with sweet memories.

    Top Attractions of Spain Unlimited 6nights Program Tour

    Seville Cathedral

    The Cathedral of Saint Mary of the See better known as Seville Cathedral is a Roman Catholic cathedral in Seville Andalusia Spain. It was registered in 1987 by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site along with the adjoining Alczar palace complex and the General Archive of the Indies. It is the fourth-largest church in the world as well as the largest Gothic church.


    The Giralda is the bell tower of Seville Cathedral in Seville Spain. It was built as the minaret for the Great Mosque of Seville in al-Andalus Moorish Spain during the reign of the Almohad dynasty with a Renaissance-style top added by the Catholics after the expulsion of the Muslims from the area. Dating from the Reconquest of 1248 to the 16th century and built by the Moors. The Girald

    Santa Cruz Seville

    Santa Cruz is the primary tourist neighborhood of Seville Spain and the former Jewish quarter of the medieval city. Santa Cruz is bordered by the Jardines de Murillo the Real Alczar Calle Mateos Gago and Calle Santa Mara La BlancaSan Jos. The neighbourhood is the location of many of Sevilles oldest churches and is home to the Cathedral of Seville including the converted m


    Italica north of modern-day Santiponce 9 km northwest of Seville in southern Spain was an Italic settlement founded by the Roman general Scipio in the province of Hispania Baetica. It was the birthplace of Roman Emperors Trajan Hadrian and Theodosius. It flourished under the reign of Hadrian becoming an elaborate urban centre and obtaining the highest status of Roman city. The

    Plaza de Espaa Seville

    The Plaza de Espaa is a plaza in the Parque de Mara Luisa in Seville Spain. It was built in 1928 for the Ibero-American Exposition of 1929. It is a landmark example of Regionalism Architecture mixing elements of the Baroque Revival Renaissance Revival and The Plaza de Espaa is a plaza in the Parque de Mara Luisa in Seville Spain. It was built in 1928 for the Ibero-American Exposition of 1929. It is a landmark example of Regionalism Architecture mixing elements of the Baroque Revival Renaissance Revival and Moorish Revival styles of Spanish architecture.

    Maria Luisa Park

    The Parque de Mara Luisa is a public park that stretches along the Guadalquivir River in Seville Spain. It is Sevilles principal green area.

    Triana Seville

    Triana is a neighbourhood and administrative district on the west bank of the Guadalquivir River in the city of Seville Spain. Like other neighborhoods that were historically separated from the main city it was known as an arrabal. Triana is located on a peninsula between two branches of the Guadalquivir narrowly linked to the mainland in the north. Two other districts are also us

    Archeological Museum of Seville

    The Archeological Museum of Seville is a museum in Seville southern Spain housed in the Pabelln del Renacimiento one of the pavilions designed by the architect Anbal Gonzlez. These pavilions at the Plaza de Espaa were created for the Ibero-American Exposition of 1929.

    Museum of Arts and Traditions of Sevilla

    The Museum of Arts and Popular Customs of Seville is a museum in Seville Andalusia Spain located in the Mara Luisa Park across the Plaza de Amrica from the Provincial Archeological Museum. The museum had 84496 visitors in 2007.

    Torre del Oro

    The Torre del Oro is a dodecagonal military watchtower in Seville southern Spain. It was erected by the Almohad Caliphate in order to control access to Seville via the Guadalquivir river.

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