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Seville, Granda and Cordoba

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  • Enjoy full immersion into the regions national dance of Flamenco with a lesson with a master, an opportunity to learn the many weighty meanings behind Spain’s national dance
  • Visit UNESCO World Heritage Site the Alhambra with a professional guide who can navigate you through the various ways this incredible space was used through the centuries
  • Work up an appetite and sample some of Seville’s best tapas of local Iberian hams, croquettes washed down with local orange juice or wines
  • Admire the patios of Cordoba, make your own choice on whose impressive display will win the coveted prize before admiring the cities remarkable Moorish architecture
  • Head out for a days horse riding in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada mountains, the traditional means of travel in this part of the world

What’s Included

  • 7 nights accommodation on a bed and breakfast basis
  • Private Tours
  • Horse Riding and Picnic Experience
  • Expert Guide for the Alhambra
  • Flamenco Dancing Lesson
  • Private Tapas Tour in Seville
  • Hire car for five days
  • Domestic Transfers
  • International Domestic Flights

Example Itinerary

Day 1-4

Seville, Spain

  • Wander the colourful streets of Seville littered with stunning architecture and the immaculate Alcazar Gardens
  • Join a Tapas Expert for a night of regional specialities with anecdotes to accompany


Experience Seville where there is history aplenty and tapas bars in abundance. You will be hard stuck not to love it.

Corral Del Ray is the ultimate boutique hotel, as charming in design as it is in service. The location offers the perfect platform to explore the wonderful city of Seville. The best bit about Seville is the amount of things there are to see and do all in walking distance. With an expert guide explore the highlights, the bull ring where fights still happen annually, the Plaza de Espana in all its architectural glory and the Alcazar Gardens. Come your evenings with a tapas expert work your way through some of the oldest and best tapas spots so you are an expert for the rest of your time in Spain. Finally, attend a flamenco dancing lesson to fully immerse yourself into the Seville lifestyle. 

Day 5-6

Cordoba, Spain

  • Wander down its labyrinthine network of small streets, alleys, squares, and whitewashed courtyards, and you’ll be transported back in time. 
  • Visit ancient Muslim and Jewish quarters as well as slightly later Christian installations, and the second-largest UNESCO World Heritage urban area in the whole of Europe.

Travel further back in time beyond Cordoba’s Old Town’s Roman walls which cross the Guadalquivir at the Roman Bridge, said to have carried the fabled Via Augusta that ran from Rome to Cadiz.

Staying at the Hospes Palacio del Bailio puts you a stone’s throw from the centre of all you will wish to see. Córdoba is famed for being the city of arches, and the best place to begin winding your way through them is under the hypnotic curves of the Mezquita, the city’s splendid Mosque–Cathedral. The history of the city itself is remarkable and with your expert guide it can walk through the citys history from start to finish passing landmarks that evidence its colourful past. Come Spring you will be able to enjoy the added bonus of visiting the Patios – competing to win the most spectacular year on year. Terraces bursting with fantastic flowers in one hundred shades, you will be relieved that the judging is not in your hands. 

Day 6-8

Granada, Spain

  • Here you will best discover Andalusia’s splendid Arabic architectural heritage and the lavish Alhambra is Andalucia’s most visited site 
  • Granada Cathedral is a masterpiece of Spanish Renaissance style

Set at the foot of the Sierra Nevada mountains, the city of Granada sits pretty overlooked by the breathtaking Alhambra. 

Hospes Palacio de los Patos reflects the city in which it is in, a combination of old and new. No trip to Granada would be complete without visiting the majestic Alhambra, a series of palaces and gardens built under the Nazari Dynasty in the 14th century. Your private guide will explain the history behind the palace as you admire its incredible architecture and explore the idyllic Generalife gardens.

Whilst in the city, be sure to also stop by the Granada Cathedral and the Alcazaba, a wonderfully preserved Moorish fortress. If you should still have a little time on your hands, a visit to the famous gypsy caves in the Sacromonte mountain monastery make for an epic final venture. 

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I thought we were asking for the impossible, but Molly delivered an amazing Spanish adventure, covering three cities seamlessly. Everything was exactly at the right pace for us to take in the sites without feeling rushed, and plenty of time to sample the tapas!

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