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Day 1 Barcelona

Meet your trip leader and the rest of your group this afternoon for a tour of Barcelona's highlights including the Sagrada Familia, Montjuic and Las Ramblas. Enjoy a welcome dinner this evening.

Day 2-3 Barcelona / Valencia

Explore more of Barcelona before heading south to the vibrant city of Valencia, home of Spain's best paella. Enjoy a walking tour of the Old Quarter to see the Silk Exchange and central market. The afternoon of Day 3 is at leisure - we're thinking it could be time to head to the beach!

Day 4-5 Valencia / Granada

Head into Andalucia to Granada, the last Moorish city in Spain to fall to the Christians. Enjoy a guided tour of the magnificent Alhambra, a former fortress, palace and gardens all in one.

Day 6 Granada / Tangler

Head to the southernmost tip of Spain, and travel by ferry across the Strait of Gibraltar to Morocco. In distance terms, it's not that far, but you're hit with a wonderful sensory overload - welcome to Africa! Spend the afternoon in Tangier, an ancient port guarding the entrance to the Med.

Day 7-9 Tangler / Fes

Fes is the oldest and largest medieval city in the Islamic world. Enjoy a sightseeing tour plus time to explore its narrow alleyways and covered bazaars. You're sure to get lost, but that's half the fun! On Day 9, take a day trip to Meknes and the Roman ruins at Volubilis, which date back to 40AD.

Day 10-11 Fes / Seville

Bid farewell to the sights and sounds of North Africa and return to Spain for a tour of Seville, with time to take in the Alcazar royal residence, the Jewish Quarter and a fiery flamenco show.

Day 12-13 Seville / Lisbon

Head into Portugal today and, on arrival into its authentic and colourful capital, see the sights including Jeronimos Monastery and the Belem Tower. Don't forget to check out the Bairro Alto, one of the oldest districts in Lisbon and the heart of the city's nightlife.

Day 14-15 Lisbon / Sintra / Porto

En route to Porto, admire the romantic architecture of Sintra and visit Vila Nova de Gaia for a tasting tour at a typical port cellar. Porto itself is a lively city where you can stroll the atmospheric riverfront district of Ribiera, whose buildings are adorned with characterful hand-painted tiles.

Day 16-17 Porto / Salamanca / Madrid

On the way to Madrid, make a detour to visit the university city of Salamanca, one of the finest Renaissance cities in Europe. Enjoy a city tour of Madrid to see the magnificent Royal Palace, with plenty of free time to admire world-class art in the Prado Museum or explore the nightlife.

Day 18-19 Madrid / San Sebastian

Head via Segovia into the Basque Country for a two-night stay in the glorious seaside resort of San Sebastian. Stroll along the promenade to discover the Old Town's many ‘pintxos' (tapas) bars.

Day 20-21 San Sebastian / Zaragoza / Barcelona

Travel from the Basque Country into Catalonia, both fiercely proud regions of Spain where many of the locals don't speak Spanish as their native tongue. Enjoy a last night out with the group, before the tour comes to an end after breakfast on Day 21.

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