- From: 03/13/2021
- For: 9 days
- Landing in: Barcelona, Spain
- Returning from: Valencia, Spain
3 nightsSat. Mar 13-Tue. Mar 16
1 nightTue. Mar 16-Wed. Mar 17
1 nightWed. Mar 17-Thu. Mar 18
2 nightsThu. Mar 18-Sat. Mar 20
1 nightSat. Mar 20-Sun. Mar 21
3 nightsSat. Mar 13 - Tue. Mar 16
A vibrant metropolis set on the Mediterranean Sea, famed for its brilliant architecture, rich culture, and captivating history.
Sagrada Familia, Barcelona
Recognized as the masterpiece of Antoni Gaudi, this incomplete church is an exquisite blend of Gothicism and Art Nouveau.
Gothic Quarter, Barcelona
In the heart of the city center, this historic quarter is full of Gothic architectural gems, as well as artifacts dating to the 4C.
Guell Park, Barcelona
A marvel of landscaping by Antoni Gaudi, this park blends lush gardens with architectural curios, and is full of whimsical statues.
Historic Center, Barcelona
The center remains the heart of Barcelona, combining historic sites and cultural monuments with cafes, shops, and fun activities.
Church of San Miguel Del Fai
Dating to the 11C, this cliffside monastery boasts Romanesque features and is surrounded by the breathtaking nature of the Cingles de Berti.
Santa Maria de Montserrat Abbey
A beautiful mountaintop abbey that offers breathtaking views over the whole of Catalonia, and houses a famed image of Black Madonna.
1 nightTue. Mar 16 - Wed. Mar 17
Zaragoza is currently experiencing a sort of "Renaissance," as the rest of the world is discovering its many attributes.
Historic Center, Zaragoza
Enjoy the historic center during the day or take an evening stroll, the latter time giving a fresh perspective of the sites.
Our Lady of the Pillar, Zaragoza
This 17C cathedral is most unique in its layout, frescos, and miniature chapel.
Aljaferia Palace, Zaragoza
This impressive 11C Arab palace has been redesigned a few times by later kings, but its mosque has been beautifully restored.
Tapestry Museum, Zaragoza
Located in the Zaragoza Cathedral, several of the collection's ancient tapestries are displayed for the public.
1 nightWed. Mar 17 - Thu. Mar 18
A visit to Pamplona in the Spanish Pyrenees, provides a truly historical experience combined with numerous parks and plazas.
Old Town, Pamplona
Starting in Castillo Plaza, explore the old town atmosphere, its narrow streets and diverse architecture spanning several centuries.
Castillo Plaza, Pamplona
This popular square is a must-visit, offering travelers a glimpse of its locals, architectural surroundings, and fabulous cafes.
This 14C Gothic cathedral with a Neoclassical facade holds many architectural works of art, including an exceptional cloister.
Museum of Navarre, Pamplona
This museum houses an immense collection of archaeological findings such as prehistoric carvings, as well as art as late as 20C.
2 nightsThu. Mar 18 - Sat. Mar 20
Madrid is where ancient and old meet modern and cosmopolitan, where sightseeing, dancing, and shopping go hand in hand.
Prado Museum, Madrid
Spectacular enough to rival the Louvre, this museum is well-known for its revered art collection including best national artists.
Old Town, Madrid
Old Madrid offers a range of exploration from small charming residences, to elaborate mansions, to a number of churches.
National Archaeological Museum, Madrid
This must-see museum provides a comprehensive journey of prehistoric, Iberian, Visigothic, Muslim, and Christian cultures.
Reina Sofia National Art Museum, Madrid
Housed in an old hospital, this museum holds a most excellent collection of art by 20C Spanish artists.
1 nightSat. Mar 20 - Sun. Mar 21
While Valencia retains a pride and tight connection to its past, it also is extremely modernized in its demeanor and culture.
Old Town, Valencia
Begin exploring Old Valencia by having breakfast or lunch in the friendly and bustling Mare de Deu Plaza.
City of Arts and Sciences, Valencia
This expansive complex includes an opera hall, an interactive science museum, and the largest aquarium in Europe.
The Valencia beach is popular for its sand, sun, and surf, with some areas offering amenities and others more tranquil.
Museum of Fine Arts, Valencia
Housed in a 17C palace, this museum hosts a wealth of medieval artworks, as well as sculptures, archaeological findings, and more.