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Spain 101 (Your Introduction to Spain)
Designed for first time travelers who want to get an overview of the main sights. To convert Kilometers (km) to Miles multiply km by 0.6


The Jewels of Spain I     8 days / 7 nights
  • Day 1 arrive in Madrid; afternoon sightseeing in the city
  • Day 2 sightseeing in Madrid
  • Day 3 depart Madrid for Córdoba (400km); afternoon sightseeing in Córdoba
  • Day 4 depart Córdoba for Seville (138km); sightseeing in Seville
  • Day 5 depart Seville for Granada (256km); sightseeing in Granada
  • Day 6 depart Granada for Toledo (397km); sightseeing in Toledo
  • Day 7 morning in Toledo; evening return to Madrid (71km)
  • Day 8 depart Madrid to return home



    The Jewels of Spain II    11 days / 10 nights
    • Day 1 arrive in Madrid; afternoon sightseeing in the city
    • Day 2 sightseeing in Madrid
    • Day 3 visit Toledo (71km), sightseeing in Toledo; afternoon return to Madrid
    • Day 4 depart Madrid for Córdoba (400km); afternoon sightseeing in Córdoba
    • Day 5 depart Córdoba for Seville (138km); sightseeing in Seville
    • Day 6 depart for Costa del Sol (Marbella 267km, Fuengirola 242km, Málaga 213km)
    • Day 7 spend a day visiting the "White Villages" of Ronda, Grazalema, Arcos de la Frontera
    • Day 8 morning spent in Gibraltar, afternoon visit to Mijas
    • Day 9 depart for Granada (approximately 129-183km); sightseeing in Granada
    • Day 10 depart for Madrid (434km); afternoon sightseeing and shopping in Madrid
    • Day 11 depart Madrid to return home



      Before you go:

      Before you begin to plan your trip, ask yourself these important questions:

      • How much time do I have for this trip?

      • How much do I want to move around from place to place and from hotel to hotel?

      • Do I want to rent a car and dictate my own schedule, or will I rely on other forms of transportation, such as trains, buses and planes, which will make me reliant upon their timetables and potentially limit the places I can get to?

      • What do I want to see or do on my trip? Do I want to see historical sights, go to museums, go shopping, take in the ambiance of a city or town, sit in a café and people watch, etc.?

      • What kind of experience am I looking for and what do I want to get from my trip? Do you want to come home with a bag full of souvenirs from a dozen different places, or do want to come home with treasured memories that you don't normally read about in guide books?
      The answers to these questions will dictate the type of itinerary you should select for your trip. Be sure to match your pre-trip wish list with your itinerary to avoid coming home disappointed from unrealized expectations. The better you plan your trip before you go, the more likely it is that the reality of your trip will match the expectations you set for it.

      The sample itineraries can be modified for more or less time, or to include other cities that are of interest to you.



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