TOUR

Upcoming Dates:

  • September 24 – October 7, 2017

  • May 21 – June 3, 2018

This is a small group tour designed to ensure maximum attention to the clientele by limiting the number of trip participants to 15.   The accommodation in Seville (the base city) is set up in apartments, unless otherwise specified, to create the “live in Spain” setting intended for the tour.  The trip is designed to avoid the bus-tour rigidity and provide a relaxing and entertaining environment.

Itinerary

Day 1 – Sunday 
Arrival into Seville.

Day 2 – Monday 

  • Morning activity (Flamenco dance class, language class or other)
  • Seville orientation and walking tour including Barrio Santa Cruz, the city centre and Shopping district. El Barrio Santa Cruz is Seville’s Medieval Juderia (Jewish quarter), which is today known for its tangle of quaint, winding streets and lovely plant-decked plazas. The walk will also include a visit Casa Pilatos, one of Seville’s finest noble mansions.

Day 3 – Tuesday 

  • Morning Flamenco dance class
  • Tour of Seville’s Alcazar – a Moorish palace/castle that was occupied by many Spanish Monarchs following the defeat of the Moors.
  • Evening Flamenco show

Day 4 – Wednesday 

  • Morning Flamenco dance class
  • Afternoon visits to Parque Maria Luiza, a park with 3500 magnificent trees; Plaza Espana, one of Seville’s favourite relaxation spots with fountains and mini-canals; and around the river area to view the Torre de Oro and the Plaza de Toro (Bullfight ring).
  • Evening off.

Day 5 – Thursday   

  • Morning Flamenco dance class
  • Afternoon and Evening off for shopping and relaxation

Day 6 – Friday 

  • Morning Flamenco dance class
  • Visit to Seville’s Cathedral, one of the biggest in the world featuring Gothic and Renaissance style architecture.
  • Evening off

Day 7 – Saturday 

  • Day tour to Cordoba´s centre which will take us into the magnificent Mezquita, a symbol of a worldly and sophisticated Islamic culture, the Alcazar de los Reyes Cristianos, and the city’s well-known Juderia (Jewish quarter).

Day 8 – Sunday 
A day at the beach (coast city)

Day 9 – Monday 

  • Morning Flamenco dance class
  • Afternoon Walking tour through Triana district and shopping

Day 10 – Tuesday 

  • Morning Flamenco dance class
  • Afternoon trip to Jerez de La Frontera – visit the Cathedral, take a tour of a Sherry Wine Bodega and Jerez City Centre

Day 11 – Wednesday 

  • Morning Flamenco dance class
  • Visit to Italica in the afternoon. Italica was the first Roman town in Spain. It is partly restored and has one of the biggest Roman amphitheatres

Day 12 – Thursday 

  • Morning Flamenco dance class
  • Afternoon and Evening off for last minute shopping.

Day 13 – Friday 

  • Morning Flamenco dance class
  • Wine Event

Day 14 – Saturday 

  • Tour ends

Optional transfer to the airpot for your flight home or to your next destination.