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Tour Details

 Durations : 8 Night / 9 Days
  • 1 Night Madrid
  • 2 Night Sevilla
  • 2 Night Madrid
  • 2 Night Lisbon
  • 1 Night Coimbra
This exciting trip introduces you to the fascinating major cities of the Iberian Peninsula, many of which are UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Begin with an overnight stay in the Spanish capital, Madrid and move on to visit fortified Avila and pretty Salamanca. Also see the pearls of the Castille region and cross the Sierra da Estrela into Portugal to reach Coimbra, a charming hillside town that overlooks the Mondego River. Stop in Fatima to see its famous sanctuary, then move on to the awesome walled city of Obidos with its towers and bastions. Also, discover explorer Henry the navigator's exquisite city Lisbon and Seville, a lively city on the banks of the Guadalquivir River. Sounds tempting, right?
 Tour Itinerary

Day 1:
Arrival In Madrid, Sapin
Check into your hotel and spend the rest of the day at leisure or explore Madrid. Tonight, meet your tour director and fellow travelers.
Meals: Dinner

Day 2 :
Madrid - Avila - Salamanca - Coimbra, Portugal
Journey west to fortified Avila, then on to Salamanca, just six miles from the spot where Wellington routed Napoleons army in 1812. Make sure you spend some time wandering around Salamancas Plaza Mayor, the most beautiful square in Spain. Leave Salamanca and head westwards to the fortress town of Ciudad Rodrigo, perched high above the Rio Agueda. A profusion of woodlands and mountains awaits you as you journey into the valley of the Sierra da Estrela on your way for an overnight in Coimbra.
Meals: Breakfast and dinner

Day 3:
Coimbra - Fatima - Obidos - Lisbon
This morning, enjoy an orientation tour of Coimbra, strategically situated on a hill overlooking the Mondego River. Next, visit Fatima. Stop here to see the sanctuary, made famous by the Virgins apparition to three shepherd children, Francisco, Jacinth, and Lucia, on May 13, 1917. A few more miles and stop in Obidos, a fortified city still flanked by towers and bastions overlooking the countryside dotted with windmills. Overnight stay in Lisbon.
Meals: Breakfast

Day 4 :
Henry the Navigator made Lisbon the 15th-century mistress of the seas. You'll see his monument, the Belem Tower, the Moorish Citadel, the impressive Black Horse Square, and other highlights on the guided sightseeing excursion. Spend the afternoon in the Alfama's tile-decorated streets or take an optional excursion along the Estoril Coast to Cascais and Sintra.
Meals: Breakfast

Day 5:
Lisbon - Seville, Spain
Drive southeast this morning into the Alentejo through the countryside famous for its production of cork. Then, on to the border at Vila Verde and cross into Spain for the journey into Andalusia, enjoying quite different scenery as you skirt the Sierra de Aracena before reaching delightful Seville for overnight stay.
Meals: Breakfast

Day 6:
Seville is one of Spain's most colorful cities. Spend the morning enjoying an optional sightseeing tour including the main highlights of this vibrant city. Stay overnight.
Meals: Breakfast and dinner

Day 7:
Seville - Cordoba - Madrid
Drive north towards Carmona, an old world country town dominated by an ancient Alcazar, to Cordoba. This is Spain's most Moorish city with its great mosque, which is rightly known as one of Islams greatest pieces of architecture outside the Arab world and now a Catholic cathedral since 1236. Later, into the very heart of La Mancha, famed for its castles and windmills. Stay overnight in Madrid.
Meals: Breakfast

Day 8:
The capital of Spain, Madrid, situated 2,180 feet above sea level, is also known as the nearest thing to heaven. Enjoy the main highlights on the included guided sightseeing excursion. The optional trip to Toledo is rewarding in more ways than one; the splendid setting of this old walled city above the Tagus was made famous in El Grecos painting, and even now its like a great open-air museum of Spanish history and art.
Meals: Breakfast

Day 9:
After enjoying breakfast, transfer to airport to board the flight back home.
Meals: Breakfast

 Package Price
Rs. 108,240/- *
USD 2,046.47/- *
EUR 1,567.88/- *
GBP 1,266.12/- *
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Characterized by intense cultural and artistic activity and a very lively nightlife, Madrid is the capital of Spain. Located in the heart of the peninsula and right in the center of the Castillian plain 646 meters above sea level, it is a cosmopolitan city and the home of the Spanish Royal Family.

From rich and unbelievable art galleries to an unremitting nightlife, Madrid's got a makeover into being Spain’s foremost style city. With a brilliant live music vista, chic bars and fine restaurants, and people, exceptionally rich in the celebration of life - this city has a charm of its own!

If any one place comes close to rolling together everything that’s quintessentially Andalucian, it's Seville - the capital of Andalucia.

Seville lies on the banks of the Guadalquivir and is one of the largest historical centres in Europe, it has the minaret of La Giralda, the cathedral (one of the largest in Christendom), and the Alcazar Palace. Part of its treasure include Casa de Pilatos, Torre del Oro, the Town Hall, Archive of the Indies (where the historical records of the American continent are kept), the Fine Arts Museum (the second largest picture gallery in Spain), plus convents, parish churches and palaces. It has more narrow, winding, medieval lanes and romantic, hidden plazas soaked in the scent of orange blossom. It's the home of those two Andalucian tradition, flamenco and bullfighting, and its heri tage of art and architecture (Roman, Islamic, Gothic, Renaissance, baroque) is without rival in southern Spain.

For all its important monuments and fascinating history, Sevilla is universally famous for being a joyous town. While the Sevillians are known for their wit and sparkle, the city itself is striking for its vitality. Seville is known for the best tapas bars, the best nightlife and the most stylish people in Andalucia.

The Sevillians are great actors and put on an extraordinary performance at their annual Feria de Abril a week-long party of drink, food and dance which takes place day and night in more than a thousand especially mounted tents. But above all it allows the men to parade on their fine horses and the women to dance in brilliantly coloured gypsy dresses.

Renowned for the world-class Sky diving in Seville, the city boasts of many Sky diving centres where one can do beginner courses in Accelerated Freefall (AFF), Tandem and RAPS as well as sky dive.

Lisbon, the capital of Portugal, is located on the edge of the Atlantic Ocean, where the River Tagus meets it. It is a charming city, luring millions of visitors each year to its shores, who leave enchanted by its red roofs, cobblestone alleyways, sun bleached limestone buildings, and waterfront houses. The city, like Rome, Istanbul, and San Francisco, is built on seven hills, and is divided into distinct areas that have their own characters. Places to visit include The Gulbenkian Museum, St. George's Castle, the old neighbourhood of Alfama, Santa Justa's Elevator, Pra'a do Comercio, the neighbourhood of Belem and Belem Tower, and Jeronimos Monastery. Also visit Chiado, a beautiful historical shopping district, as well as Bairro Alto, which gives you remarkable views of the city and some wild partying in the many nightclubs there. Also head Downtown, or Baixa, as well as bridge Ponte 25 de Abril, the Lisbon Botanical Garden.

 Package Inclusion
  • Roundtrip Economy-class airfare
  • Current applicable taxes
  • Accommodation for 1 night in Madrid
  • Accommodation for 1 night in Coimbra
  • Accommodation for 2 nights in Lisbon
  • Accommodation for 2 nights in Seville
  • Accommodation for 2 nights in Madrid
  • Daily breakfast & three dinners
  • City tour of Madrid, Lisbon, Seville
  • Visit Avila, Salamanca, Coimbra, Fatima, Obidos, Seville
  • Scenic highlights: Sierra da Estrela, Andalusia, La Mancha
  • Services of a tour director and a local guide for sightseeing in Lisbon and Madrid
  • Transfers by private first-class air-conditioned motorcoach
  • Visa and travel insurance
 Terms & Conditions
  • The 3rd person sharing the room is provided with an additional mattress or a rollaway bed in all places
  • Maximum of 3 persons allowed in a room
  • The applicable Rate of Exchange (RoE) for initial payment/booking amount shall be determined by the prevailing rate on the date/day of booking and balance payment will be charged as per the prevailing rates on that particular day
  • The taxes and visa charges mentioned are as on date and in the event of any changes may be amended
  • Any further increase in the airfare due to an increase in the fuel Price, change in Government regulations, taxes, etc., charged by the airline will be borne by the passengers. RIGHT TRAVELS INC ,  will not be responsible for the same
  • Any increase in the RoE leading to an increase in the cost of surface transportation and land arrangements which may come into effect prior to departure
  • The package does not include any expenses of personal nature such as laundry, wines, mineral water, food and drinks and other things not mentioned in our itinerary
  • Tour package rates are not applicable during trade fair period or any other events in accommodating cities
  • Pre-payment of gratuities to tour director and driver per person are USD 50, and need to paid at the time of booking
  • In case of unavailability in mentioned hotels, alternate accommodation will be arranged in a similar category hotel
  • For all hubs other than Mumbai/Delhi, a deviation charge of INR 7000/- per person will be applicable
  • All prices quoted per person on twin sharing basis in Indian Rupees. Rates are applicable for a minimum of two (2) persons travelling at one time. Rates valid for Indian Nationals only
  • Rates subject to change without notice depending on currency fluctuation.
  • Rates are based on Standard category of rooms.
  • Rates not valid during conventions and special events.
  • In case carrier is Air Asia, package price does not include charges for checked baggage and meals.

Destination Information

SPAYN officially the Kingdom of Spain is a sovereign state and a member of the European Union located in southwestern Europe on the Iberian Peninsula. Its mainland is bordered to the south and east by the Mediterranean Sea except for a small land boundary with the British Overseas Territory of Gibraltar; to the north by France, Andorra, and the Bay of Biscay; and to the northwest and west by the Atlantic Ocean and Portugal. Location of Spain is on the South Western side of Europe. Three oceans such as the Mediterranean Sea, the Atlantic Ocean, and the Cantarbrian Sea borders Spain. Fifty autonomous provinces comprise Spain.

Spanish territory also includes the Balearic Islands in the Mediterranean, the Canary Islands in the Atlantic Ocean off the African coast, and two autonomous cities in North Africa, Ceuta and Melilla, that border Morocco. Furthermore, the town of Llívia is a Spanish exclave situated inside French territory. With an area of 504,030 square kilometers (194,610 sq mi), it is the second largest country in Western Europe and the European Union after France, and the fourth largest country in Europe after Russia, Ukraine and France.

Spain is a democracy organised in the form of a parliamentary government under a constitutional monarchy. It is a developed country with the twelfth largest economy in the world by nominal GDP, and very high living standards, including the tenth-highest quality of life index rating in the world, as of 2005. It is a member of the United Nations, European Union, NATO, OECD, and WTO.

The Spanish State established by Franco was nominally neutral in the Second World War, although sympathetic to the Axis. The only legal party under Franco's post civil war regime was formed in 1937; the party emphasized anti-Communism, Catholicism and nationalism. Given Franco's opposition to competing political parties, the party was renamed the National Movement in 1949.

After World War II Spain was politically and economically isolated, and was kept out of the United Nations. This changed in 1955, during the Cold War period, when it became strategically important for the U.S. to establish a military presence on the Iberian peninsula as a counter to any possible move by the U.S.S.R into the Mediterranean basin. In the 1960s, Spain registered an unprecedented rate of economic growth in what became known as the Spanish miracle, which resumed the much interrupted transition towards a modern economy.

Spain also includes the Balearic Islands in the Mediterranean Sea, the Canary Islands in the Atlantic Ocean and a number of uninhabited islands on the Mediterranean side of the Strait of Gibraltar, known as Plazas de soberanía, such as the Chafarine islands, the isle of Alborán, Alhucemas, and the tiny Isla Perejil. The little Pheasant Island in the River Bidasoa is a Spanish-French condominium.

Roman Catholicism has long been the main religion of Spain, and although it no longer has official status by law, in all public schools in Spain students have to choose either religion or ethics and Catholic is the only religion officially taught. The religion of Spain, as everyone knows, is Catholicism, and practically everyone there is a Catholic. The variety is Roman Apostolic.

Aside from the Catholics, there are a few thousand Jews, mostly Sephardic, who left the countries of North Africa to settle in the larger urban centers like Madrid, Barcelona, Sevilla and Cordoba. Recently, a synagogue was inaugurated at Mallorca. Spain also has some Anglicans.

The Spanish Catholics are religious in a uniquely Spanish style. Catholicism has played, and continues to play such a large role in the life of the country, that it can be called one of the bases on which the country stands. The missionary work of Catholicism was taken very seriously in Spain. Such men as San Francisco Xavier, who brought the religion to India, Malacca and Japan, exemplify the tradition.
Others in this tradition were the conquistadores, such as Hernan Cortes, who delivered the entire Aztec Nation into the fold of the Church.
According to the statistics about seventy six percent of the population is Catholics. People belonging to other religious faith comprise of two percent. While there nineteen percent of the population has no faith in God. Those who were christened before, sometimes consider themselves to be the Catholics. There are certain populations who do not involve themselves in any form of religious practices. Again due to the immigration from different countries, the number Muslims have increased. Thus religion in Spain involves a number of Muslim populations. Though Roman Catholicism is the major religion in Spain, nowadays Spain’s second largest religion comprise of Muslims.
One thing about the religion in Spain that is worth mentioning is the fact that almost every Catholic Church in Spain is a museum in itself. One can feel the true essence of Spanish life as one enters the Churches. These features remind of the Catholic Churches in the past days, when they were in their glorious forms.

Culturally, Spain is a Western country. Because of the great strength of its Roman heritage in almost every aspect of Spanish life, Spain is often described as a Latin country. Nevertheless, there have been many influences on many aspects of Spanish life, from art and architecture to cuisine and music, from many countries across Europe and from around the Mediterranean, through its long history.
Spain, which is officially known as The Kingdom of Spain, the capital is Madrid is rich in art and craft. with its artistic heritage it has produced numerous artists and architects. Spain even produced wonderful artists. Various works of handicrafts are worth mentioning.

The Culture of Spain traces back to Iberian and Latin influences. The Spanish Culture is shaped by the history of the nation, its Mediterranean climate and its geography. This enriching culture of Spain has lots to offer. Spain produced some of the most beautiful architectural structures of the world. The historical buildings that stood the test of time are now designated World Heritage sites. Several architectural structures include Roman aqueduct, Merida, Roman bridge over the River Guadiana, an arch of Trajan, and an amphitheatre. The architecture in Southern Spain reflects its Moorish history like Alhambra. Several mosques and synagogues are exquisite work of architecture.

Cultural output in music and dance of Spain is incomparable. The Western and Andalusian classical music along with popular music industry and diverse styles of folk music thrives in Spain. However modern Spain is more interested in rock and roll, heavy metal, punk rock and hip hop. Flamenco is the best acknowledged variety of Spanish folk music. Some famous Spanish singer includes Camaron de la Isla and the guitarist Carlos Montaya. The best form of dance styles includes Contradanza, Flamenco, Pasodoble and Sardana.

Spain is strict about their customs and etiquette. The Spaniards shake hands when introduced or met. While men pat each other female friends may kiss each other on both cheeks starting with the left. You should remain standing until you are asked to sit down. You should not start eating until the host starts. Do not get up until the guest of honor does.

Spain’s climate is determined by its unusual world position, on the south western edge of Eurasia and just 13.4 kilometers from Africa at its narrowest point, with an ocean to the west and a sea to the east, and by its continental land mass and high mountainous terrain, producing a mosaic of climates, the most varied in Europe.

Mainland Spain can be divided into four climatic zones:
1. Atlantic climate of northern coast. Average temperatures here are 9ªC in winter and 18ªC in summer. This is the wettest part of the peninsula with annual rainfall between 800-1500mm, brought by a successive depressions from the Atlantic , particularly in autumn and winter. Although summers are cooler and wetter here than the rest of Spain , there is a marked summer drought and plenty of warm, sunny weather.
2. Continental Mediterranean climate of interior central plateau (mesetas). Low temperatures in winter, with temperatures under -15ºC not uncommon, and under -20ºC regularly occurring. Summer an average 24ªC. Annual rainfall under 400mm. Heavy snowfalls in winter. As the Castilians say " nueve meses de invierno y tres meses de infierno. " "nine months of winter and three months of hell".
3. Mediterranean climate proper. Eastern and southern coast and much of the Guadalquivir Valley . Average temperatures of 11ºC in winter and 23ºC in summer. Annual rainfall between 250 mm and 600 mm.
4. Alpine climate
5. Subtropical climate. Canary Islands . Average winter temperatures above 14ºC. Average summer temperatures around 22ªC.

• Hours of sunshine vary in Spain from 1,700 on the Cantabrian coast up to more than 3,000 in the South and the Canaries.
• The official record of the lowest temperature in Spain is at Estany Gento in Lerida with -32ºC in 1956, though once again experts suspect that some of the peaks in the Aragonese Pyrenees have fallen as low as -40ºC.

Great swathes of Spain receives an average of around 600 mm precipitation a year. The average altitude of the country is 660m. The combination of the two as a constraint to agriculture led the Spansih writer Miguel de Unamuno to remark on the “problema de los 600”, dreaming of a land which lay below this height and received more rainfall, for here he believed, somewhat simplistically, lay many of its problems.
Apart from these main types, other sub-types can be found, like the alpine climate in the Pyrenees and Sierra Nevada, and a typical subtropical climate in the Canary Islands.

Spain is openly multilingual, and the constitution establishes that the nation will protect "all Spaniards and the peoples of Spain in the exercise of human rights, their cultures and traditions, languages and institutions.

Spanish officially recognized in the constitution as Castilian — is the official language of the entire country, and it is the right and duty of every Spaniard to know the language. The constitution also establishes that "all other Spanish languages" — that is, all other languages of Spain — will also be official in their respective autonomous communities in accordance to their Statutes, their organic regional legislations, and that the "richness of the distinct linguistic modalities of Spain represents a patrimony which will be the object of special respect and protection

The wealth of the different language variations of Spain is a cultural heritage, which shall be the object of special respect and protection
It is not until the Middle Ages that Spanish literature, in its many facets springs out for recognition. A very important factor had to deal with the growing holdings of the Christians due to their victories over the Ummayad Moors. It would take centuries later, for romanticism to awake Spanish regional literature once again. Franco's dictatorship initially prohibited and then hindered the use of the Spanish languages other than the Castillian, which found themselves confined to use in the home and encountered serious difficulties for their development as a cultural vehicle.

This was only overcome thanks to the tenacity of private institutions, which preserved their study and fostered their use. Officially speaking, there are also some Statutes of the Autonomous Communities that give protection to a certain number of languages:

• The Statute of the Principality of Asturias, set up as an Autonomous Community in 1981, reads: "The Bable shall be protected. Its use will be promoted by the media and the teaching institutions, respecting in any case all the local differences and the willfulness in its learning".
• The Statute of the Autonomous Community of Aragón, set up in 1982, read: "The several linguistic variations of Aragón shall be protected, being considered as elements of its cultural and historic heritage".
• The Article 7.1 of the Statute of the Comunidad Valenciana, which includes the provinces of Alicante, Castellón and Valencia, reads: "The two official languages of the Autonomous Community are the Valencian and the Castillian. Everyone has the right to know and use them.". The old Kingdom of Valencia was set up as an Autonomous Community in 1982, and the Law for the linguistic normalization of the Valencian language was approved on 23 November, 1983 (B.O.E. 20, of 20 January, 1984).
So whether it is to sit at the table with us or to enjoy a good tertulia (a good discussion with friends), we are Spain are ready to dazzle you with our richness of heart, our enjoyment for life, and over all our myriad expressions for friendship.

The Culture of Spain remains incomplete without its delicacies. Cuisine of Spain is largely influenced by the assortment of sea foods. Taste, richness and delicacy of the Spanish food excel in its delicious flavors. Some of the important cuisines of Spain include Chorizo, Cocido, Gazpacho soup, Sangria and Tortilla de patatas.

The Spanish people have a great fetish and taste for food and drinks. Spain Cuisine is one of the famous international cuisines in the world. Basically, a Spanish menu comprises lots of fish, meat and vegetable items. Scrumptious seafood delicacies are available in the restaurants of coastal Spain. Spain Cuisine states that there are many cafes and snack bars too in some of the major cities where you can enjoy various refreshments, beverages and drinks. McDonalds and Burger King are two of the popular food outlets which can be spotted in some of the large cities of Spain.

Spain Cuisine further tells you that all over the country of Spain, you will find restaurants serving grilled and fried, smoked and baked items. Many preparations include such ingredients as avocado, olives, almonds, eggplant and mayonnaise. Vegetables like pumpkins, cabbage, cauliflower, asparagus, peas, spinach, lettuce, potatoes, tomatoes, carrots and mushrooms are widely used. The different types of fish that dominate the menu are lobsters, prawns, crabs, tuna, mackerel, anchovies, eel, cuttlefish, oysters and many other sea fish. The meat platters consist of chicken, meatballs, beef, pork, lamb, turkey, sausage, duck, goose, and snail.

Spain Cuisine also gives you information on the sweet treats available in Spain. Varieties of nuts and fruits like strawberries, cherries, pineapples, bananas, grapefruits, oranges, apples, peaches, plums and melons accompanied with cream custard and honey are used in desserts and other sweet delights. Among the beverages, the Spanish restaurants serve different types of coffee like espresso, iced coffee and black coffee. In Spain, the most widely consumed drinks are wine, beer, sherry, tapas and the local cava.

There are extensive consumption of salads and breads in Spain. Spain Cuisine states the fact that Olive oil is used mostly in cooking purposes. The food is usually neither rich nor spicy. However, the color, flavor and taste may vary from region to region.

During the last four decades the Spanish tourism industry has grown to become the second biggest in the world, worth approximately 40 billion Euros, about 5% of GDP, in 2006. Today, the climate of Spain, historical and cultural monuments and its geographic position together with its facilities make tourism one of Spain's main national industries and a large source of stable employment and development. The Spanish hotel star rating system has requirements much more demanding than other European countries, so at a given rating Spanish accommodations worth higher.

Spain is a surprise to those who have the image of having to fight for towel space at one of its crowded beaches or sipping sangria while watching a bullfight or flamenco. From the ancient monuments left by the Romans and Moors, the medieval castles of the interior, the white villages in inland Andalucía or the vibrant cities of Barcelona and Madrid, there is a great mixture of cultural attractions in Spain.
The landscape varies just as widely. The evergreen estuaries of Galicia could hardly be more different from the deserts of Almería or the rugged mountains of the Sierra Nevada. And then there are the countless glittering beaches that dot the Spanish coast. Although busy in summer even along the coast of the big tourist Costas some enjoyable beaches can easily be found.

The top tourist attractions in Spain:
Touropia has teamed up with reputable tour providers such as Viator and G Adventures to provide the best Spain activities, excursions and day-trips. These organized tours are a fun and easy way to explore the top Spain tourist attractions and pack an impressive list of activities and sights into your days.

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Cost and Dates

Package Type: Price Per Person on Twin Sharing
Rs. 108,240/- *
USD 2,046.47/- *
EUR 1,567.88/- *
GBP 1,266.12/- *
Validity: Valid From January 10, 2012 - November 16, 2012
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