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Visit the beautiful Andalucian cities of Granada, Seville and Cordoba on a 3-night tour from Granada, with 3- or 4-star hotel accommodation included! The experience includes sightseeing tours of each Andalucian city as well as cultural experiences such as a flamenco show and an optional Arabian hammam visit. Learn about the region’s history and Moorish heritage from an expert guide and visit top attractions and UNESCO World Heritage sites such as the Alhambra in Granada, Cordoba’s Mezquita (cathedral-mosque) and Seville Cathedral. If Granada is more convenient for you to finish your tour in rather than Seville, simply upgrade to end the tour with a transfer back to Granada.
- Multi-Day Trip
- Perfect introduction for first-time visitors
- Comprehensive tour of the city
- Informative, friendly and professional guide
Your 3-night tour introduces you to Andalucia, the gorgeous region of southern Spain that’s home to flamenco, tapas, Moorish history and some of the sunniest weather in the Med. Discover it all, and enjoy a full day and night in each of the three must-visit Andalucian cities: Granada, Cordoba and Seville. The experience finishes in Seville on Day 4, but you can upgrade to include transport to Granada, if that city is more convenient for you.
Choose from a 3- or 4-star hotel in each city; all are centrally located so you can explore the cities with ease in between tours. All meals (including breakfasts) are payable at your own expense.
Day 1: Granada
Start your 3-night tour with a pickup from either Granada Airport or the train station, drop your bags at your hotel, and then head out on a sightseeing tour of Granada. Your first stop is the Alhambra: Granada’s UNESCO-listed stunner. Head inside the hill-top palace complex with your guide, and discover its highlights on a skip-the-line walking tour.
After making your way past the long entrance lines, visit the oldest part of the Alhambra, Alcazaba Fortress, with its myriad of ramparts and towers. Admire the views, and then continue to the Nasrid Palaces to marvel at the elaborate public rooms and intriguing Islamic art of the old Moorish buildings. From the palaces, stroll outside to Generalife Gardens to check out where the Moorish kings of bygone days once relaxed amid terraces of colorful flowers.
Finish your Alhambra tour with a hotel drop-off, and enjoy free time in the afternoon for lunch (own expense) or to explore independently. Later in the day, you have the choice of a visit to Granada’s Arabian baths — Hammam Al Andalus — or an evening walking tour of the city with tapas for dinner.
If you choose the Arabian baths option, relax at leisure in the bath’s three different pools, all beautifully adorned with glistening tiles. Alternatively, meet your guide in Plaza Nueva in the early evening for a 2.5-hour walking tour around the Albaicin neighborhood. Learn about the city’s Moorish past and see historical landmarks such as Royal Chancery of Granada and the Church of San José. In between sightseeing, visit four of Granada’s top tapas bars to feast on small-plate specialties. Enjoy one drink (house wine, draught beer or a soft drink) in each bar. Both options do not include hotel pickup or drop-off.
Overnight: 3-star Hotel Maciá Monasterio De Los Basilios, 4-star Hotel Macià Real de la Alhambra or similar in central Granada
Day 2: Granada - Cordoba
Check out of your Granada hotel and then leave the city by train as you travel northwest to Cordoba. After roughly 2.5 hours of traveling, arrive in the ancient Moorish city, drop your bags at your hotel, and then head out on a walking tour.
Visit the Alcázar de los Reyes Cristianos, a site also known as the Palace of the Christian Kings, that was built in the 14th century. Walk through the inside of the palace and see Arabian baths, Roman mosaics and a sarcophagus of marble that dates to the 3rd century.
After exploring the Alcázar, stroll to Cordoba Synagogue, nestled in the heart of the city’s Jewish quarter. Head inside to admire its ornate interiors and learn about Cordoba’s Jewish community that formed part of the city’s cultural mix from the 2nd century onwards.
The final highlight of your walking tour is the magnificent Mezquita, a cathedral converted from an original mosque when the Christians conquered Cordoba in the 13th century. Modifications took place more than two centuries later, so the building’s original Gothic style is combined with Baroque and Renaissance elements, resulting in an interior that’s incredible to behold.
After spend the rest of your day at leisure, perhaps take a stroll down Calleja de las Flores, a sun-dappled alleyway speckled with colorful flowers, or check out the lively tapas bars and bodegas (wine bars) that spill out onto the streets.
Overnight: 3-star Hotel Eurostars Maimonides, 4-star Hotel Macià Alfaros or similar in central Cordoba
Day 3: Cordoba – Seville
Leave your Cordoba hotel and travel south to Seville by train. After roughly 1.5 hours on the train, arrive in the lively Andalucian capital, rop your bags at your hotel and head out to explore on a walking tour. Discover the charming medieval lanes and secluded piazzas in the neighborhood of Santa Cruz, and then visit Seville’s UNESCO World Heritage-listed Royal Alcazar Palace (Reales Alcázares) to learn about its history and former life as a Moorish fort.
Head inside another of Seville’s UNESCO-listed sites — Seville Cathedral — and admire its opulent Gothic architecture that showcases the city’s 13th-century wealth. After exploring with your guide, walk up the cathedral’s 343-foot (100-meter) Giralda Tower to take in panoramic views from the top. Learn how the bell tower was built to emulate a Moroccan minaret and has since become the symbol of Seville.
Your tour finishes after leaving the cathedral, so use your free time in the afternoon to enjoy lunch (own expense), shop or sightsee independently. In the evening, leave your hotel by coach and head out to see a flamenco show in town. Seville is recognized as the birthplace of the fiery flamenco dance, so where better to see a show? Travel to Palacio Andaluz to watch a 1.5-hour traditional flamenco show with tapas and a drink, and watch some of Seville’s finest flamenco dancers perform on the dance floor in front of you. After the show finishes, make your own way back to your hotel.
Overnight: 3- Hotel América Sevilla, 3-star Hotel Derby, 4-star Hotel Petit Palace Santa Cruz hotel or similar in central Seville
Day 4: Seville or Seville – Granada
Check out of your hotel in the late morning. Finish your 3-night tour in Seville, or upgrade to include a transfer to Granada. If you select the upgrade, simply leave your Seville hotel by coach at the prearranged time and travel back to central Granada, finishing your trip in the late afternoon.
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking, unless booked within 1
day of travel. In this case confirmation will be received as soon as possible, subject to availability
- A minimum of 2 people per booking
- A maximum of 3 people per room
- Not wheelchair accessible
You can present either a paper or an electronic voucher for this activity.
- Pickup from Granada Airport or train station
- Standard-class train tickets from Granada to Cordoba and Cordoba to Seville
- Professional guide
- 3 nights of accommodation
- Sightseeing tours: Alhambra, Cordoba and Seville
- Hammam Al Andalus visit or Granada evening walking tour with tapas
- Seville flamenco show
- Entrance fees: Alhambra, Cordoba Synagogue, Mezquita, Royal Alcazar Palace, Seville Cathedral and Alcázar de los Reyes Cristianos
- Transport from Seville to Granada (if option selected)
- Food and drinks
- Gratuities (optional)
Contact the local operator before travel to arrange your pickup time; note that the Day 1 tour starts in Granada at 9:30am
Granada Airport or train station
Concludes on Day 4 in central Seville or Granada (depending on option selected)
Monday to Thursday