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HEART OF SPAIN

About Spain - From $940.00 USD

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Central Holidays whisks you away on a breathtaking adventure through the Spanish countryside on this by rail. See the classic and most popular cities throughout the country like the capital of Madrid, the cosmopolitan city of Barcelona, the parks of Seville, and the sun-soaked Costa del Sol seaside region. You set the pace of your journey on this while we handle the details of your itinerary – spend as long as you wish at each destination and then relax and take in the countryside as you travel via deluxe rail on Spain’s wonderful trains. In Spain’s capital, Madrid, tour magnificent museums like the Museo del Prado or the Reina Sofia Museum, or stroll down bustling Gran Via, an ornate street that also happens to be the city’s most important shopping area. Then board your train to head on to your next adventure – this by Rail travel is one of the best ways to see this magnificent country.
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Itinerary

  1. Madrid

    Arrival into Madrid. After check-in at your hotel, the balance of the day is at leisure. Cradle of Spain's social and cultural renaissance, Madrid boasts some of the country's best museums, most beloved fútbol (soccer) clubs, vivacious nightlife, and over 40 parks and gardens.

  2. Madrid

    This morning enjoy a panoramic tour of Madrid. See the impressive Plaza de Espana, the fashionable Gran Via and the beautiful Retiro Park. Afternoon at leisure. In the evening the city comes to life with a near endless array of performing arts, including the famous Opera House. (B)

  3. Madrid/Seville

    This morning travel by rail to Seville. After your check in, start discovering Seville, one of the historic capitals of Andalucia. The tapas, fiestas, and flower-filled patios may all be clichés, but they're authentic ones, true to a city that knows how to celebrate. (B)

  4. Seville

    Today enjoy your included walking city tour. Tonight, feel the passion behind flamenco or experience the art of tapas tasting on your own. (B)

  5. Seville/Cordoba

    Today travel by train to Cordoba, one of the greatest cities of the Medieval world. This afternoon is free for you to visit Cordoba’s famous Mosque, the largest in the world. (B)

  6. Cordoba/Torremolinos

    Today travel by train to Malaga and then transfer to your hotel in Torremolinos. You will have the rest of the day to relax on the sunny beaches of this famous resort area. (B)

  7. Torremolinos

    You have a full day to relax on the sunny beaches of this famous resort area where visitors gather to unwind and have a good time. (B)

  8. Torremolinos

    Take the time to leisurely explore the many quaint and charming towns in the Costa del Sol; Mijas, Benalmádena, Fuengirola...or why not visit beautiful Malaga. (B)

  9. Torremolinos to USA (or extend your stay)

    Say “Adiós” to Spain or extend your stay. (B)

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