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Spain - Portugal - Morocco

Duration:16 Nights/17 Days


Casablanca – Marrakech (240 k.m. aprx)

Arrivals at the Casablanca International airport, clear immigration, meets and greet with tour guide then transfer to Marakkesh hotel then the tour guide will escort you to the front desk for check-in formalities to get the room key


Marrakesh – Casablanca (240 k.m. aprx)

After breakfast check out from hotel and proceed to Visit the history of Marrakech: The whole of Marrakech is built in red-ochre and is steeped in centuries of history. It is one of the most picturesque of the imperial Cities and is bubbling with life and gaiety. Second by its age, of the four imperial cities, Marrakech remains today the attractive capital of the South and a testimony to the historical and cultural richness of the entire Country. The city was founded in 1062 by Youssef Tachfine, who built the first ramparts. The dynasties of Almohade, Saadian and Alaouite embellished the city with several monuments, which you will visit during this excursion. You will see Koutoubia, Marrakech's largest mosque as well as the palace and gardens of Bahia, which were established between 1894 and 1900. It is then onto the Saadian Tombs, which date back from the time of the great sultan Ahmad I al-Mansur (1578-1603). You will also visit Jemaa El Fna and souks, an old point of meeting of the tradesmen from Africa and Europe. Here you can soak up the atmosphere of the real Marrakech and shop in the old Medina. Also you will see the Menara garden etc. In the afternoon, transfer to Casablanca and check in to hotel.


Casablanca –Rabat (86 k.m. aprx). Rabat– Fes (207 k.m. aprx)

Breakfast at hotel. Enjoy Half day Casablanca city tour: Take this tour to see the most important sights of Casablanca or "White House" in Arabic Dar El Beida, a name given due to the white house’s facing the ocean at the Anfa district by the Spanish and Portuguese sailors who stopped there before the city was built. Today it is a modern city with boulevards and modern infrastructure. You will see Hassan II Mosque, built right on the sea. You will then have a photo stop at Mohamed V Square that links the old town to the new one. Drive along United Nations Square, designed by the French architect Joseph Marrast in 1920. Followed by a stroll in the Habbous district with its small squares and narrow arcade streets, a fine example of successful adaptation of modern town planning in style of a traditional Medina. You will see many shops displaying articles for sale to both locals and tourists. You will be taken to the Central Market with its fruits, vegetables and also flowers. Afternoon is free for shopping at Morocco Mall and Anfa Palace. After that proceed for city tour of Rabat. Rabat is the present capital of the kingdom of Morocco. Built by orthodox Muslim Arabs who came from Spain and decided to settle near the Chellah necropolis whose origins stretch back to the Phoenician and Roman era. You will start your city tour at Dar El Makhzen (Royal Palace) with an outside view only. This palace dates back to 1864 and today houses over 2000 people, it comprises of the prime ministers offices, the imperial college, the Ahl Fas Mosque, a small racecourse and the barracks of the Black Guard. Opposite you will see the Mohamed V University, Morocco's largest. You will then walk past the Hassan Tower and visit the Mohamed V Mausoleum, 400 Moroccan craftsmen were employed to build this mausoleum. The entrance leads into the burial chamber whose walls are decorated with Zellige and stucco and the cupola is covered in gold leaf. You will then go to the Kasbah of the Oudayas square, where on the north side you will see the Oudaya gate.



Fes- Chefchaouen (196 k.m. aprx)

Breakfast at Fez hotel. The whole day is devoted to the sightseeing of Fez, the spiritual capital of Morocco. The visit of the medieval Medina and its Attarine and Bou Inania Medersas, the Nejjarine fountain and Karaouine mosque.


Chefchaouen – Tangier (112 k.m. aprx)

Chefchaouen is a popular shopping destination as well, as it offers many native handicrafts that are not available elsewhere in Morocco, such as wool garments and woven blankets. The goat cheese native to the area is also popular with tourists.


Tangier – Algeciras by ferry

After breakfast check out from hotel and transfer to Tangier port. Tangier Med to Algeciras by ferry.


Algeciras - Malaga & Costa Del Sol - Granada

After breakfast check out from hotel and transfer to Granada. On the way visit Malaga and Costa del Sol. Malaga: Known for its stunning beaches, culture, and food, Málaga is one of the most visited coastal cities in Andalusia, Spain. It's a go-to destination for travellers wanting to spend summer in Spain and can become busy during the warmer (hot) months. Costa Del Sol: The Costa del Sol is one of the most popular travel destinations in Europe due to its enviable location in Southern Spain. The area is renowned for its blue flag beaches and a near-perfect year-round climate with over 300 days of sunshine a year


Granada - The Alhambra Palace –Seville (250 k.m. aprx)

Breakfast at hotel. Check out from hotel and proceed to visit The Alhambra Palace and Genera Life Gardens. The history of the Alhambra is linked with the geographical place where it's located: Granada. On a rocky hill, on the banks of the River Darro, protected by mountains and amongst the eldest quarter in the city, the Alhambra rises up like an imposing castle with reddish stones in its ramparts that prevent the outside world from seeing the delicate beauty they enclose. Originally designed as a military area, the Alhambra became the residence of royalty and the court of Granada in the middle of XIII century. Throughout the XIII, XIV and XV centuries the fortress became a citadel which housed 2 main areas: the military area (or Alcazaba) and the medina (or court city) where Charles V Palace was built after the city was taken by the Catholics. The complex of monuments has also an independent palace opposite the Alhambra; The Generalife, which is surrounded by orchards and beautiful gardens. After the tour transfer to Seville. Check in to hotel.

Day 9


Enjoy the breakfast at your hotel. Then proceed for Half day Seville city tour. Seville is the capital of the province of the same name. With a population of some 704,000 people, Seville is the fourth largest city in Spain and is considered the cultural centre of the region. Its history dates back more than 2,000 years. Romans, Vandals, Visigoths and Moors all left their presence in the city. Visit Torre del Oro. We will then discover Santa Cruz, the famous Jewish quarter: a labyrinth of narrow streets which lead to the gorgeous Plaza de los Venerables. Alternatively, customers who choose to visit the Reales Alcazares and the Cathedral-Giralda, directly have to pay for the entrance tickets in the monument. We will continue our tour by visiting the Royal Alcazares, World Heritage and one of the most remaining examples of Mudejar architecture and the visit of the Cathedral of Seville, the largest gothic cathedral of the world, where Christopher Columbus' remains lie. Free time for shopping.


Day 10

Seville –Faro (200 k.m.)

After breakfast check out from hotel and proceed to Faro city tour. Faro is a beautiful town in the southernmost part of Portugal. It is known for beautiful beaches, colorful architecture, delicious food, and adventurous spots. While relatively small, Faro offers plenty of locations to see and is definitely worth visiting.


Day 11

Faro - Lisbon (280 k.m. aprx)

After breakfast check out from hotel and transfer to Lisbon. Proceed for Half day Lisbon city tour including Monument of discoveries: Monument to the Discoveries (Padrão dos Descobrimentos), built to celebrate the 500th anniversary of the “death” of Prince Henry the Navigator., Alfama quarter, Along the river we arrive at Alfama, an old and traditional district, where we have the opportunity to walk in its narrow streets, and visit a handicraft shop where we taste an aperitif of Port wine. We will pass by the downtown (Baixa) to admire the most important squares of Lisbon such as the monumental Trade Square (Praça do Comércio); Rossio Square, the heart of Lisbon and the symbolic Restauradores Square. Then we drive along the Liberdade Avenue the “boulevard” of Lisbon to finish at Pombal Square with the statue of the statesman from the 18th century. Also visit Castelo de Sao Jorge. In the evening check in to hotel.

Day 12

Lisbon – Madrid (625 k.m.)

Breakfast at hotel, then transfer to Madrid. Check in to hotel in Madrid.

Day 13


Breakfast at hotel, then proceed for Toledo tour: Toledo was once the capital of the country and is now one of the oldest cities in Europe. We will be visiting the most famous monuments during a walking tour of the city centre, including St Tome Church, Santa Maria la Blanca Synagogue, San Juan de los Reyes Church, Museo Victorio Macho and the Cathedral. Then proceed for Madrid city tour: The Royal Palace is a beautiful example of 18th century architecture and is one of the best preserved palaces in Europe. It is one of the most beautiful examples of royal residence style and has become the permanent symbol of Madrid as the political capital of the Kingdom. The most important official receptions of the Crown take place here including audiences, gala dinners and the signature of important agreements. We will then visit Plaza de España, Cibeles Fountain, Puerta del Sol etc. In the Afternoon visit El Prado Museum: El Prado is one of the most visited sites in the world, and it is considered to be among the greatest museums of art. Return to hotel

Day 14

Madrid – Valencia (360 k.m.)

After breakfast check out from hotel and transfer to Valencia. Valencia Orientation tour. Check in to hotel. Dinner and overnight stay in hotel.

Day 15

Valencia – Barcelona (350 k.m.)

After breakfast check out from hotel and transfer to Barcelona. Check in to hotel. Dinner & overnight stay at hotel.

Day 16


After breakfast proceed for full day tour of Barcelona: We depart from the bus terminal and proceed into Via Layetana, visiting the Cathedral, the Gothic Quarter, Sant Jaume Square, the Port and the Olympic Village. We also pass the Columbus Statue, Montjuic with Cable car, the Olympic Stadium and St Jordi Palace. Cable car up to Montjuich Castle. Then there is time for a visit to the 'Spanish Village' where you'll be able to taste Catalan cava and there will be some free time to explore and optionally take lunch. In the afternoon we visit Gaudi's Park Guell and have a brief stop at the Sagrada Familia. Panoramic of the Monumental Bullring.

Then we will have a view of the Lleo Morera, Ametller and Mila houses. Visit of Santa Maria del Mar. Proceed for Barcelona football Club (entry ticket own cost),

Day 17

Barcelona - return

After breakfast check out from hotel and transfer to airport to catch the flight for home town.


  • Airfare (Ex Kolkata) & VISA charges
  • 3-star hotel Accommodation
  • Meal: Breakfast+Dinner
  • All transfer & sightseeing are on private basis
  • Insurance upto 60 years


  • Passport expenses and Overseas Insurance charges.
  • Foreign Exchange under RBI for Travelling Abroad.
  • Any expense in personal nature, telephone call, laundry, tips etc.
  • Meals which are not mentioned in inclusion
  • Cost of beverage (soft or hard).
  • Anything not specifically mentioned in “Inclusions” section.
  • Excess luggage charges
  • Tips
  • GST & TCS

This price is valid for minimum 19 adults travelling together from Bombay.

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