Barcelona, Madrid, Valencia
: 8 dni
Hotel 3* lub 4*
English speaking tour guides
Discount tickets to most of tourist attractions
Tour Barcelona Madrid. Package tour Barcelona – Valencia – Madrid. During 7 days will enjoy a trip that will let them know the charm of the three most representative cities of Spain. Visit the most emblematic tourist sites each. The cities will be visited during the trip: Barcelona, Tarragona, Valencia, Madrid and Zaragoza. Throughout the trip will be accompanied by our guide.
Day 1: Barcelona
The staff of NESKA TRAVEL will greet you in the arrivals hall of the airport of Barcelona. Transfer to hotel in Costa Brava, accommodation and dinner.
Day 2: Barcelona
Guided tour of Barcelona with coach transfers. The visit includes walking down Las Ramblas: one of the most popular and picturesque streets of Barcelona that begins in the Plaza Catalunya and ends at the monument of Columbus. We continued walking through the Gothic Quarter, we will visit the Cathedral of Santa Eulalia, Seat of Government, and Plaza Real. In the Paseo de Gracia we will admire the architecture of Gaudi visiting the Casa Mila popularly known as La Pedrera and the Casa Batllo.
Transfer by coach to visit the Sagrada Familia, architectural pearl of the city, visiting its interiors, know the history of its construction, secrets and mysteries. After a walk through the Park Guell, is where you will find the symbol of Barcelona’s famous Gaudi Dragon Source. Continue the visit by Avenida Diagonal to the mountain of Montjuic. There you can enjoy a beautiful panoramic view of Barcelona. On Montjuic way we will make a stop at the Camp Nou stadium that hosts matches of the first football team of FC Barcelona. Dinner and overnight at the hotel. After dinner you can enjoy a flamenco show.
Day 3: Tarragona
After breakfast we travel to Valencia. On the way we will visit the Tarragona, a city whose historical roots date back to ancient times, when the peninsula was inhabited by Iberians. In the third century BC, the city was a Roman fortification used to conquer neighboring regions. During the heyday was one of the greatest and most beautiful cities of the empire, at that time came to be inhabited by about 250,000 people. During the tour you will visit the Roman aqueduct, the old, Roman Gothic cathedral and the Roman amphitheatre from the time of Augustus. Dinner and overnight at the hotel in Valencia.
Day 4: Valencja – Toledo
Breakfast. Visit to Valencia, the third largest city in terms of population in Spain. It was founded at 138 BC and was inhabited by settlers and Roman soldiers. In later times, from 712 AD Valencia for more than 500 years it was ruled by Arabs. Today you can still see the Muslim cultural influence in the architecture and monuments.
In the city center we will walk through its narrow cobbled streets that make the old part of the city; walking on foot we will visit some of the highlights of Valencia: the Cathedral, the Basilica of the Virgin of the Helpless, the Market of Silk, House of San Vicente Ferrer and the Church of Saints John and others. Then we visit the Torres de Serranos XI century, medieval gate of the city and the City of Arts and Sciences is composed of: The Hemisfèric (IMAX), the Umbracle (garden), the Science Museum Principe Felipe (interactive science centre), the Aquarium (the largest aquarium in Europe), the Palau de les Arts Reina Sofia (opera programming dedicated) and the Agora, which gives the complex a multifunctional space.
Transfer to Madrid. On the way we stop to visit Toledo – Imperial City, whose historical roots date back to the Bronze Age. Named often kingdom’s capital and the archbishop. Through the centuries the Muslim, Jewish and Christian coexisted in the city, where each of them stamping its mark on architecture and monuments of Toledo. Enjoy the panorama of the city, stroll through the old quarter, Zocodover Square, see the home of Greco, San Martín bridge XIII century Monastery of St. John of the fifteenth century. We finish our visit in Cathedral of Toledo. Accommodation and dinner at the hotel near Madrid.
Day 5: Madryt
After breakfast, we start our visit to Madrid, capital of Spain. Madrid is the largest Spanish city and the third after Paris and London in Europe. It is situated at 600 meters above sea level, giving it the title of the capital at higher altitudes in Europe. It is also one of the oldest cities on the continent. The first historical evidence of the existence of a village dating from the late ninth century AD during the Muslim occupation.
We visit the Real Madrid Stadium, Plaza de Toros, Paseo del Prado, Atocha train station with its Botanical Garden, Retiro Park, Temple of Debod, Spain Square, Gran Vía, Palacio Real, Plaza de Oriente, Teatro Real, Almudena Cathedral, Blessed Sacrament church, Main Street, Plaza de la Villa, St. Michael Mercado, Plaza Mayor, Puerta del Sol and Plaza de Neptuno. Dinner and overnight at the hotel.
Day 6: Saragossa
After breakfast we start the return trip to the Costa Brava. On the way we stop for a short visit to Zaragoza, a city with over 2000 years of history. The first news about the city provide them with the second half of the third century AD. Muslim rule over the city lasted until the eleventh century AD when it was conquered by Alfonso I, becoming the capital of the Kingdom of Aragon. We will visited the city and the Basilica – Our Lady of the Pillar. Dinner and overnight at the hotel in the Costa Brava.
Day 7: Free day
Free time it can take for sightseeing, relax at the beach or shopping in La Roca Village Outlet.
Day 8: Departure day
Departure day. After breakfast join you on the transfer to Barcelona airport.