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Meet in London at 6pm to catch the Eurostar train to Paris.
On Day 1 we meet in London at 6pm and make our way by train to Paris (please refer to joining instructions for more information on where to meet). Please note the trip departs London in the evening of Day 1, so it is imperative you arrive on time for departure soon after the 6pm Welcome Meeting. Please ensure you allow plenty of time for your journey to London to allow for any possible delays.
Enjoy in a picnic in front of the Eiffel Tower, then explore the city. Montmartre or the Louvre, anyone?
After an orientation walk with your CEO on Day 2, we will enjoy a picnic opposite the Eiffel Tower. Then you are free to explore on your own to discover the -
Fly in style to Barcelona, then enjoy an orientation walk of Barcelona including the Gothic Quarter and Las Ramblas. Visit Parc Güell and opt to go for an evening tapas and wine bar stroll. Free time to visit the Sagrada Familia and other Gaudí masterpiec
Transfer to the airport for a quick flight to Spain. After checking into the hotel, enjoy an orientation walk of Barcelona including the Gothic Quarter and Las Ramblas. Opt to visit Parc Güell and go for an evening tapas and wine bar stroll. Free time to visit the Sagrada Familia and other Gaudí masterpieces or the museums of Montjuïc and Barceloneta. Barcelona is Spain-
Orientation walk through Granada's busy streets, then enjoy a tapas bar crawl with the group. First drink's on us!
Orientation walk through Granada's busy streets, then enjoy a tapas bar crawl with the group. First drink's on us! During the Muslim rule of Spain, Granada was one of the region-
Take an orientation walk through the winding alleyways of Seville, then opt to explore the Alcazar or watch a flamenco performance.
Travel to Seville, one of the most colourful and exciting cities in Spain. We spend our time here exploring Muslim monuments, parks and gardens at our leisure, getting a feeling of Seville's energetic pulse while savouring some tapas at the city's many bars and cafés. After your CEO has taken you on a short orientation walk to get your bearings, you will have time to take in all this great city has to offer. Be sure to explore the wonderful interiors and gardens of the Alcázar, a magnificent palace dating from Moorish times. During Seville-
Ferry over to Morocco. Orientation walk through this mysterious blue village perched high in the Rif Mountains. Opt to hike through the mountains, explore local villages and be mesmerized by nearby waterfalls.
Taxi to the bus station where the group will board a public bus that travels along a scenic route to the Spanish town of Tarifa. Taxi over to the ferry port and the European CEO will provide ferry tickets to the group before bidding farewell to everyone. During the approximately 45 minute ferry ride to Moroccan town of Tangier, immigration officers are present to process passports, along with a form that is handed out on the ferry for everyone to fill out. Upon arrival in Tangier, the group's Moroccan CEO will be waiting with a G Adventures sign and ready to accompany the group for the rest of the trip. Enjoy a private transfer to Chefchaouen, then enjoy an orientation tour of the city. Afterwards, you're free to discover its hidden charms and soak up some if its Andalucian heritage. Cut into the sides of two mountains, Chefchaouen is a vista of blue and white lime-washed houses huddled into narrow alleyways. One of the most rewarding things to do is to simply relax on the terrace of a cafe in the central medina, where you can enjoy the ambience of this charming town. The djellaba, the traditional hooded garment worn by the men and women of North Africa, was created here. Chefchaouen is a great place to check out many of Morocco's ancient crafts. Visit one of the many traditional oil mills, a weaving workshop, basket-making and its pottery. You may like take part in a pottery workshop and create your own masterpiece. Don't miss a visit to one of the village's unusual communal attics or the chance to sample the local goats' milk cottage cheese. Yum! Please note that
Explore the Fes medina, the world's largest and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Evening entertainment in this town beckons, so go out and enjoy it!
Transfer by bus to the town of Fes. Start exploring in the ancient labyrinth of the medina and if you find your way out you can head to the leather tanneries and dye pits. The whole medina itself will whisk you back in time as you wander the alleyways which have barely changed in appearance since medieval times. When in Morocco, it is also all about the food. Fes is known for its extravaganzas of mezas (small plates of food) common among Fassis tradition. Mezas may include such delights as: choukchouka salad, zaalouk salad, carrots with cumin seed, raisin and orange salad, cold radish, orange, and fennel salad-
Step back in time in the Old Medina, admire the spectacular Hassan II Mosque (second largest in the world after Mecca), explore the art deco quarter or lounge on Casablanca's long sandy beach.
Step back in time in the Old Medina, admire the spectacular Hassan II Mosque (second largest in the world after Mecca!), explore the art deco quarter or lounge on Casablanca's long sandy beach.
Explore the souks of Marrakech; watch the acrobats, fortune tellers, storytellers and snake charmers recalling an era past.
A great place to start your exploration of Marrakech is Djemaa el Fna square, the heart of Marrakech, that changes its offerings throughout the day. In the morning you-
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