Tour starts on every single MONDAY between March 19th and Oct 15th.
Tour Code: C-1182
Tour starts on every single MONDAY between March 19th and Oct 15th.
Tour Code: C-1182
- accommodation in **** hotels
- 17 breakfasts, 12 dinners
- modern and air-conditioned bus
- multi-lingual tour escort
- sightseeing tour with local guide in Cordoba, Sevilla, Granada, Barcelona, Santiago, Porto and Lisbon
- tickets to Cordoba's Mosque
- tickets to Alhambra in Granada
- tickets to Santiago's Cathedral
- tickets to St. Geronimus Monastery
- visit to a wine cellar with a tasting of Porto wine
- travel insurance
- free Wi- Fi on board
- porter service (1 suitcase per person)
The second longest tour that we have - ''Iberian Experience'' - almost three weeks to explore the incredible natural and cultural diversity of Spain and Portugal. You will see the hot and passionate Andalusia, the beautiful cities of the Mediterranean coast and the green and windy northern Spain.
Seville, Granada, Cordoba, Valencia, Barcelona, Zaragoza, San Sebastian, Bilbao, Oviedo, La Coruña, Santiago de Compostela, Vigo, Viana do Castelo, Braga, Oporto, Salamanca – pretty much you are about to visit all the ''main'', most unique and intresting places in Spain and Portugal.
You'll start from going to the heart of Andalusia - to the cities that form the ''golden traingle'' of Southern Spain and are trully the essence of its spirit - Cordoba, Seville and Granada. Bullfights, guitars, flamenco, wine, tapas, and passionate people - all what in the world Spain is famous for - you'll find it on this trip. Old cathedrals, medieval palaces, beautiful gardens and a thousands years of history in front of your eyes.
Next, your path lays to the beautiful Mediterranean Coast with the main cities of Valencia and Barcelona - to enjoy their long sandy beaches, to see unusual arquitecture and taste a delicious seafood.
From Barcelona you will relocate to the north of the country, with a stop in Zaragoza, to see its amazing top spots - charming coastal San Sebastian; Bilbao with its world-famous Guggenheim Museum; many small villages, that are typical for this area, - like Santillana de Mar or Covadonga; also the National Park 'Picos de Europa'; La Coruna, - the most western city of Spain; one of main pilgrimage centers in Europe - Santiago de Compostela. Also you will see north-western cities like Vigo, Oviedo and a region of Rias Bajas, as well as the beautiful old fishermans town Oporto and its surroundings. In Portugal you will also visit Coimbra, Fatima and of one of the oldes cities in Europe - capital of Portugal Lisbon with its Alfama Quarter, Basilica, Torre de Belem, Monasterio de los Jeronimos and many other sights.
Ancient town of Caceres will be your last spot before you get back to Madrid, - the place where you started from, - after almost three weeks of travel and completing the full circle around the Iberian Peninsula.
Day 1. Madrid - Cordoba - Sevilla (530 kms)
Departure from the bus terminal at 08.00 in the morning towards Cordoba. On the way you will pass the beautiful region of La Mancha. Upon arrival you will take a tour around Cordoba, to feel a truly charm and atmoshepere of of this Andalusian city. The tour includes the entrance to famous Mosque-cathedral of Córdoba and the visit to the Jewish Quarter. The Mosque-cathedral was originally a Catholic Christian church built by the Visigoths, however it was later converted into an Islamic mosque in the Middle Ages. After the Reconquista, (the ''Reconquest''), it was converted into a Catholic Christian church once again. After the sightseeing tour, the bus departures to Seville. Dinner and accommodation.
Day 2. Sevilla
Breakfast, then a city tour with a local guide to see Seville’s most beautiful places and notorious sights: Park of Maria Luisa – Sevilles’s main public park and the largest green area that stretches along Guadalquivir river; the Plaza de Espana – most famous square in Seville and one of the largest in Spain; the Cathedral of Saint Mary; the Minaret of Giralda; as well as the typical Quarter of Santa Cruz (former Jewish Quarter) with its white houses and tiny narrow streets. After the city tour you will have the afternoon off to rest or to explore further more on your own. You can also join an optional tour to the Reales Alcazares (Royal Palaces of Seville). Dinner and second night in Seville.
Day 3. Sevilla - Granada (254 kms)
After the breakfast you will continue to Granada. Here you are going to visit the impressive monumental complex of fortresses La Alhambra, with its typical Arabian palaces Nazaries and its green and picturesque Generalife Gardens. Besides Granada´s absolutely awesome and historical sights, this city is known as one of Andalusia’s hippest, most youthful places, with a ‘free tapas’ culture (when you get a free ´tapa´ - snack, along with each drink ordered), cool bars and intimate flamenco haunts. In the evening you will have the possibility to visit the Sacromonte caves and experience a passionate Zambra flamenco show. Dinner and accommodation.
Day 4. Granada - Valencia (498 kms)
Breakfast. Departure towards Valencia. On the way you will pass interesting and typical for the area small towns of Guadix, Baza and Puerto Lumbreras. Later, upon arrival to Valencia you will have the afternoon free to explore a city on your own. Valencia is a Spain’s third - largest city. Highlights not to be missed: futuristic City of Arts and Sciences (‘Ciudad de las Artes y de las Ciencias’) build by world famous arquitect Antonio Calatrava, an old part of the city with Plaza de Ayutamiento (Square of City Hall) and one of Europe's biggest markets - Mercado Central. Walk thru Turia Garden and don't forget Valencia's famous long sandy beach - it is considered one of the best in Spain. Accomodation.
Day 5. Valencia - Barcelona (355 kms)
After breakfast you will have some more free time to explore Valencia before you continue your trip to Barcelona. Barcelona is the capital city of the Spanish autonomous region Catalonia with a population of more than 1.6 million (4 million if counted with suburbs), it is the country’s 2nd largest city after Madrid. Few places in Europe can offer you such a wide diversity of things to do and see as the one you'll find here in Barcelona. Thanks to its great location, its vibrant street life, its spectacular Gaudi architecture, its incomparable cuisine and its football team this city has become one of the world´s most popular tourist destinations. Once you have reached Barcelona in the late afternoon, it will be at your full disposal to check out its sights and attractions. . Accommodation.
Day 6. Barcelona
Breakfast. Sightseeing tour around the city in the frst half of the day. You will see Barcelona’s most famous and impressive monuments, such as the Park of Montjuic, situated on the mountain with its spectacular overviews of the City; the Olympic Ring; the Columbus Statue and the old Gothic Quarter. In the afternoon you will have plenty of free time to discover Barcelona's other famous places at your pace. You may want to check out famous creations of Antonio Gaudi: get inside the Sagrada Familia – the longest time ´under construction´ building in the world - and Park Guell with its unique mosaic. Walk down on the famous artistic and pedestrian Las Ramblas street; you can shop in the old town or in numerous shopping malls around Barcelona. Some of you may want to visit Barcelona´s Oceonarim (L’Aquarium), which is the largest in Europe. 2nd night in Barclona.
Day 7. Barcelona - Zaragoza - San Sebastian (575 kms)
Departure from Barcelona at 08.00 in the morning towards Zaragoza. On your way you will pass through ancient cities of Lleida (Lerida) and Zaragoza. Lleida is one of the oldest towns in Catalonia, with recorded settlements dating back to the Bronze Age period. In Zaragoza you will have free time to visit the local sights such as the impressive Basilica of Our Lady of the Pillar or the bridge ‘Puente de Piedra’. Later continuation to San Sebastian. Dinner and accommodation.
Day 8. San Sebastian - Bilbao (100 kms)
Breakfast. Departure to Bilbao, where you will have a brief panoramic tour to admire the Guggenheim Museum building. The Guggenheim is a museum of modern and contemporary art, designed by Canadian-American architect Frank Gehry. Although it has a very impressive collection of art, some might say that it is more famous for its architecture than its content. You will have the afternoon free to visit the historic center and enjoy the local gastronomy. Dinner and accommodation.
Day 9. Bilbao - Santander - Santillana - Covadonga - Oviedo (320 kms)
Breakfast. Departure towards Santander, where you can admire its long sandy beautiful beaches, for example Playa de la Magdalena and ''El Sardinero'', as well as a historic city center. There are plenty of impressive gothic buildings, including the main Cathedral, that you surely would like to see. Later departure towards Santillana del Mar, - a small village, that is considered one of the most ancient in the whole Spain. After a short stop in Santillana del Mar you will continue to Covadonga. Once you reach this charming city, there wil be a free time given to explore the Santa Cueva de Covadonga (the ‘Holy Cave of Covadonga’), which is a Catholic sanctuary inside the cave. The meaning of ‘Covadonga’ is derived from the Latin ‘Cova Dominica’, which means ‘Cave of the Lady’, because the place is dedicated to the cult of the Virgin of Covadonga. Afterwards continuation to Oviedo. Dinner and accommodation upon arrival.
Day 10. Oviedo - La Coruña (295 kms)
Breakfast. Departure to the region of Galicia. Arrival to La Coruna - a port, a beachy hot spot and a cruise-ship destination, as well as a busy commercial center and a cultural enclave, a historic city and a modern metropolis with a buzzing nightlife. All in all, it is a very intriguing place to discover. After a short panoramic tour through the city you will have free time to explore it on your own. Here we offer an optional excursion to visit the villages of Pontedeume and Betanzos - well-preserved historical villages in the area. Dinner and accommodation in La Coruna.
Day 11. La Coruña - Santiago de Compostela (75 kms)
Breakfast. Departure towards Santiago de Compostela. The City is a very important pilgrimage center and the capital of the autonomous community of Galicia. Locals say that the arcaded, stone streets of Santiago de Compostela are at their most beautiful in the rain, when the old city glistens. Most would agree, however, that it's hard to catch Santiago in a bad pose. Whether you're wandering the medieval streets of the old city, nibbling on tapas in the taverns, or gazing down at the rooftops from the top of a cathedral, Santiago seduces. Upon arrival you will join a city tour to discover all its beautiful sights such as the Plaza de Obradoiro or the main Cathedral (with entrance included). Free time in the late afternoon. Dinner and accommodation.
Day 12. Santiago - Rias Bajas - Vigo (90 kms)
Breakfast. Departure towards the region of the Rias Bajas. The ´Rias Bajas´ (which stands for ‘lower rivers’) - are a series of four estuarine inlets located on the southwestern coast of Galicia. Some spectacular views along the way, - Isla de la Toja, the Ria de Arosa or Pontevedra. In the afternoon you can take part in an optional excursion to Santa Tecla and Valenca Domino, where you will cross the border and actually visit Portugal. Later continuation to Vigo. Dinner and accommodation.
Day 13. Vigo - Viana do Castelo - Braga - Porto (220 kms)
Breakfast. Departure towards Viana do Castelo - the jewel of the Costa Verde, blessed with both an appealing medieval centre and lovely beaches just outside the city. You will have free time to explore the beautiful old town with its cobbled streets. Afterwards departure to Braga, the third largest town in Portugal, known as the town of the archbishops, due to its splendid array of baroque churches. Afterwards departure to Oporto. This lovely town is part of the World Heritage Sites of UNESCO, and it's the second largest city in Portugal after Lisbon. During the panoramic excursion you will be lead to discover the Cathedral and the Santa Clara Church, while enjoying the colorful and pictoresque landscape. At the end of the day, you will be escorted to a local winery to get a taste of the world famous Porto Wine, - "Vino de Porto". Dinner and accomodation.
Day 14. Porto
After breakfast you will have a proper tour around Oporto. The history of this enchanting city is strictly connected to Romans, that back in the day named it "Portus" ( ''Port'' in Latin), due to its strict relationship with the sea. Oporto is also part of the World Heritage Sites of UNESCO, and it's the second largest city in Portugal after Lisbon. During the panoramic excursion you will be lead to discover the Cathedral and the Santa Clara Church, also will enjoy the colorful and pictoresque landscape. At the end of the tour, you will be escorted to a local winery to get a taste of the world famous Porto Wine, "vino de Porto". Rest of the day free. Dinner and econd night in Porto.
Day 15. Porto - Coimbra (120 kms)
Departure to Coimbra, - an ancient capital of Portugal and home of the country's oldest University (founded in 1290). Coimbra played an important role in Portuguese history, and now it is an important cultural center. Coimbra offers an outstanding example of an integrated university city with a specific urban typology as well as its own ceremonial and cultural traditions that have been kept alive through the ages. Its historical buildings were classified as a World Heritage site by UNESCO in 2013. Free time to explore the city. Accommodation and dinner.
Day 16. Coimbra - Fatima - Lisbon (222 kms)
Breakfast. In the morning you will leave Coimbra behind and depart to Fatima - an important pilgrimage center known for its Marian apparitions that occurred in Cova da Iria in 1917 and which were later recognized by the Catholic Church. After some free time to visit the Basilica you will continue to the capital of Portugal - Lisbon. At night optional visit of a Fado show (typical portuguese guitar play). Accommodation.
Day 17. Lisbon
After breakfast you will join a sightseeing tour to discover the beauty of this city, located at the mouth of the River Tagus. You will see the oldest district of Lisbon - Alfama Quarter; the Tower of Belem, that was built to commemorate Vasco da Gama’s expedition; the Jeronimos Monastery, which was classified as UNESCO World Heritage Site; as well as many other highlights of the city. Free second half of the ay to enjoy the city on youe own. Optional excursions to beautiful suburbs of Lisbon - Sintra, Cascais and Estoril are possible. Second night in Lisbon.
Day 18. Lisbon - Caceres - Madrid (613 kms)
Breakfast. Departure towards the Spain. Crossing border to go back to the Spanish region of Extremadura, this time to Caceres - town, founded by the Romans in 25 BC. There you will have free time to explore the charming Old Town, (‘Parte Antigua’), with tiny streets, thick walls and a great medieval atmospere. Caceres was declared a World Heritage City by UNESCO in 1986 because of the city's unique blend of Roman, Moorish, Northern Gothic and Italian Renaissance architecture. After a break you will make your way back to Madrid. Arrival, end of services.
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Per person in double/twin room: 2290€
Single Supplement: 635€
Supplement July to Oct.: 90€
Supplement for departure on March 26 and April 16: 100€
- Children less than 4 years old: free, without granted seat in the bus
- Children between 4 and 7 years old: 25% discount off adult price, in a room with adults
- Teenagers between 8 and 18 years old: 5% discount off adult price
- Seniors (65+ years old): 5% discount off adult price
- Third person in triple room: 5%
Discounts cannot be combined.
NH Viapol**** A modern hotel located in the heart of Seville’s business area, a pleasant 15-20 minute walk to Santa Cruz Quarter and Maria Luisa Park – some of the main attractions of the City. Tram (public transport) station is just few meters outside of the hotel too. This modern hotel offers plenty of peace and quiet, yet there are many of shops, tapas bars and restaurants nearby. The hotel has 96 rooms spread over 6 floors. Rooms are nicely decorated, and have elegant hardwood floors. Hotel’s restaurant, bar and outdoor terrace is at your disposal.
Abades Nevada Palace**** - located in the new residential area, this hotel is just a few minutes from downtown of Granada. Thanks to the elliptical shape of the hotel, all 258 rooms have spectacular views of Sierra Nevada and the Alhambra complex of Palaces, - a place that you will definitely enter during your excursion. Hotel is modern and perfectly equipped with Spa, Fitness center and outdoor swimming pool.
Silken Puerta Valencia**** is a luxurious 4-star property, conveniently located. Drawings traced over its glazed facade are the work of Javier Mariscal, and brings an eye immediately. All rooms have satellite TV, Canal+, air conditioning, mini-bar, safe, and Internet. All have modern fittings and the contemporary and excellent design puts special emphasis on comfort with laminate floors and orange-beige colors. From the hotel you will have an easy walk to the beach that is only 10 min away. You can also walk to L'Oceanografic and City of Arts and Sciences - those are 20 min away. Cathedral and Gothic Quarter both are close too - only about 1km from the hotel.
Catalonia Barcelona 505**** hotel located in the sophisticated zone of Sarria – Sant Gervasi and not too far from the famous Park Guell – beautiful park, which was designed by the world-famous architect Antonio Gaudi. Hotel has an outdoor pool, is modern looking and offers a rich and satisfying buffet breakfast as well as a restaurant for dinner. Few train stations around makes a City center easily reachable, it will only take around 15 min.
Silken Amara Plaza**** is the hotel in a modern building, the work of renowned architect Peña Ganchegui. Its bold exterior and advanced technology contrast with an interior in harmony with the elegance of San Sebastián City. Located near the beginning of stunning walk to the Concha Bay and to the old part of the city, where you can try some of the best ’pintxos’ (local tapas) made with typical products from the region. Hotel’s restaurant offer a perfect mix between local Basque Cuisine and international dishes.
Occidental Bilbao**** With a strategic location, a few minutes from the historic centre, this hotel is a perfect base to visit Bilbao’s attractions: the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao, the Cathedral of Santiago and Arriaga Theatre, among others. All rooms have exterior views and a modern design. It’s possible to enjoy some relaxing time at their Spa area and at the heated indoor pool. The Kitchen, the hotel's restaurant, serves fresh local and Mediterranean cuisine. There is a café-bar and a lobby with a fireplace.
Gran Hotel Regente****: conveniently located at the very center of the city, this hotel will not disappoint you. It is very close to numerous museums, and also Bulevar de la Cidra - street, where many famous ‘‘cidrerias’’ are located (cidra of Asturias - sort of light alcoholic beverage, very popular in northern Spain).
Tryp Coruña**** hotel is located in the leisure part of the city, next to huge shopping centers El Corte Inglés and Cuatro Caminos. Also, it is only 20 min walk to the Riazor - Orzan beaches. TRYP Coruña provides 181 spacious and modern rooms; different dining spaces, such as breakfast room with show cooking and cafeteria; free high speed Wi-Fi internet and 24h mini gym. All rooms are outward facing, all large, bright and fully furnished.
Gran Hotel Santiago**** is a luxurious 4-star property in Santiago De Compostella, located just outside of the City center. It is perfectly designed and will please you thanks to the natural plants that bloom in the yard throughout the whole year. Also, elevators have panoramic views of the hotel and in the main lobby a cascading fountain greets visitors in an atmosphere of serenity. Hotel’s restaurant offers nice variety of fish, that Galician region is famous for - sea bass, lamprey, monkfish, and hake. All 115 rooms are exterior and perfectly equipped.
The Hotel Tryp Galeones**** is a very bright and modern hotel, located in the city centre of vigo. Just a few minutes away from the Plaza España and the Museum of Contemporary Art with breathtaking exhibitions. Your stay will be special and unforgettable thanks to the typical Galician specialties served in the Gastrobar. All rooms are equipped perfectly.
The hotel Eurostars Oporto**** is a modern, newly-built hotel boasting an optimal location very near the main entrances to the city. The Hospital São João, the most important universities and the Das Antas zone, the home to Oporto's Do Dragão football stadium, are all just a few minutes away from the Oporto hotel. The modern, attractive building houses a highly functional hotel in Oporto with 64 apartments. Because of its location, features and comfort, it is a great option for pleasure travel.
The hotel Tryp Coimbra**** is located in short distance from the historic centre, the University of Coimbra, the Botanical Gardens, Celas Convent, Jardim da Sereia and the Machado Castro Museum. With its spacious, bright and modern rooms, the Tryp Coimbra is the best option for discovering this fantastic Portuguese city.
Olissippo Marques de Sa****. This hotel, opened in 1996 and completely refurbished in 2009, is located in one of the most elegant areas of the city, near the famous shopping center "El Corte Ingles", Gulbenkian museum and few underground stations. Your stay in one of the 169 luxury rooms will definitely be a pleasant one.
In a very rare case hotel can be substituted for a one of a similar category.
Here we put together answers to all the questions we constantly receive regarding our tours. Although much of this info you can find under ‘’Overview’’, ‘’Itinerary’’ and ‘’Prices’’ sections, we decided to simplify the task for you and put it all below:
Are your tours really for individuals, families, small groups of friends?
- Yes. Our tours are for single travelers, couples, families, and groups of friends, whom we put together with other travelers to form a larger group for a tour.
How many people are normally on a tour?
- We can never tell exactly (neither guarantee) how many people will be on the specific route. Normally, it is about 10-20 persons in a group. In some cases, it could be more, in other days you travel with just a few more people or even by your party only. In summer (high season) groups tend to be larger, in winter – smaller. Also, it is possible that on different sections of the route number of travelers will change. For example, if you are on the trip of 10 days, there could be travelers that only do a 5-day trip and after your paths will split.
Is there is a guide in the bus?
- Yes. An accompanying guide (tour leader) is with a group during the whole trip, except for the routes when just a very few people are signed up. Those small groups will be travelling with an experienced and English speaking driver-guide. For the city tours, we use local professional and licensed guides.
In what languages guides explain?
- In English and Spanish, all our tour guides speak both languages fluently. If happens that there are only English speaking clients are on a bus, tour will be run in English only.
When during the year do you run your tours?
- Most of our tours are running all year long. Some (to northern parts of Spain, for example) – are only running from March till October. In any case, under each tour’s description it says exactly when it runs. Example: ‘’Sundays all year’’ - means that on every single Sunday of the year the tour will start, no matter how many people signed up, even if it’s you only.
What cities tours start from?
- Madrid and Barcelona (also says in the description of each specific tour – where it starts). First four tours on the list are from Barcelona, the rest from Madrid.
What are the meeting points for the tours?
- In Madrid, it is Calle Ferraz 3 (Ferraz str., 3). The meeting point is in the City center, one of the streets right off Plaza Espana.
- In Barcelona, it is the reception of Hotel ‘’Catalunya Barcelona 505’’ (address: Carrer de Muntaner, 505, 08022 Barcelona)
Do you pick up from the hotels on the first day of the tour?
- By default, not. We do not pick up from the hotels, because that would delay the tour scientifically. Sometimes the groups get larger and to pick up everybody from their hotels would take us half of the day.
However – if your hotel is on the way of the bus route on leaving day, - we will pick you up. So, one week before travel we ask you to give us your hotel name in Madrid, and then we can tell if you can be picked up directly from your hotel or must go to meeting point at 7.45am.
In Barcelona, it is always a meeting point at the reception of ‘’Catalunya Barcelona 505’’ hotel.
What type of vehicles do you use?
- Buses for larger groups and minibuses for smaller ones. Vehicles are modern and with air- conditioning.
Are meals included?
- Lunches and dinners are included everywhere where it’s mentioned in the itinerary (section ‘’Itinerary”). Buffet Breakfasts are included every morning in all hotels you are staying in during your tour.
I am a vegetarian or allergic to certain products, any problem?
-No problems at all. Just tell this to our tour leader and he’ll advise and help. On top, many dinners are buffet, so you can simply choose what you like. For allergics, if in doubts, please remind your case to tour leader in the restaurants, or ask staff about content of the dishes.
What time are you coming back to Madrid on the last day of travel? Can I book a flight on the same day, flying out of Spain?
- Normally we return to Madrid between 17.00 and 19.00 on the last day of excursion (depending on the specific tour). However, it is not recommended to book the flight out on this same evening/night, as traffic jams in Madrid or other possible delays may cause you being late for your flight.
I need a night in the hotel or transfer from/to airport to be booked before or after the tour.
- Sure. Just let us know about it.
Can I just show up for the trip without reservation and pay directly in the office, on the spot?
- Unfortunately, not. The tour needs to be booked in advance, as we need to make all the arrangements beforehand.
How long in advance should I book a trip?
- If you book at least 2 weeks in advance, the trip is guaranteed for you. It is recommendable to book even earlier, if possible. Requests that we receive in less than 2 weeks in 80% of the cases are fine as well, just contact us.
Can I customize one of the tours for myself?
- No, as in each tour there are more people. However, if you are a group of 20+ persons, the route can be customized upon your request as the tour could be run privately for your group. Please ask us regarding conditions.
What is the process of booking?
- It is very simple. Once you have chosen the tour, 6 steps need to be done:
a) you confirm the tour to us by e-mail, indicating starting date, tour code, number of persons travelling and their names.
b) we send you an invoice
c) you pay 10% to book the tour
d) we issue the confirmation
e) 2 weeks before starting date you pay the rest
f) you show up for the tour on appointed date and time
How much should I pay and when?
- We require 10% in the moment of reservation, and 90% in no less than 2 weeks before the trip
How would I pay?
- You can pay in one of four ways:
1) Bank wire to our company’s bank account. All our bank details are always on the invoice that you receive.
2) We can charge your credit card. Please keep in mind that in this case we must charge 2% on top of the amount (bank charges), we need you to sign an Authorization form and you need to send us your passport copy and copy of the credit card (just front) to verify the ownership.
3) Western Union (normally for the short-notice reservations, and when amount needs to be received urgently)
4) Transferwise.com – an online system allowing to transfer funds, paying very small commissions.
What is the cancellation and refund policy?
- 10% paid at the time of reservation is non-refundable. The other 90% are fully refundable, if cancelled in no less than 2 weeks (in case if you paid 100% right away at the time of reservations). There are no refunds for cancellations made in less than 2 weeks before the trip.
Are there any discounts?
- Yes. Discounts are listed under the section ‘’Prices’’.
Are the taxes included in your prices?
- VAT and Tourist Taxes are always included, except for Tourist Tax of Cataluña (region where Barcelona is located) that needs to be paid at the hotel. The amount is currently 1 euro per person and per night.
Most of the multiday tours start and finish is in Madrid. But what are the options for a Day Tours and excursions in Madrid self, if we have few days in the Capital before or after multiday tour?
- We have numerous day tours around Madrid and to surroundings, if you have time before or after your multiday tour. Please check our separate website for the options. If you start from Barcelona and have some free time there, please check this link.
How do I know if I need a visa for Spain or Morocco?
- Please check the information on the official website of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Spain and the visa requirements for Morocco you can find here. On all trips to Morocco you also need to make sure that your Schengen visa will allow you a multiply entrance to European Union as you must enter Spain once again.
I am ready to go ahead and book one of your tours, but I need Visa to enter Spain.
- Yes, we help our customers to get Visa, after a trip is confirmed and the deposit is paid. As we are a fully licensed tour operator in Spain, we write to Spanish Embassy/Consulate sealed and signed letter where we confirm that you booked and partly (or fully) paid a tour with us. Please note, that we do not guarantee the issue of visa, neither can influence the process, - the decision is always up to the Embassy, as they have their own rules and regulations for each country, - but we do everything that depends on us to help you.