Four Spanish Cities
City hop in Spain
Spend 8 nights experiencing four wildly different Spanish cities! Enjoy stays in the capital Madrid, Cordoba and Granada in Andalusia and Malaga in Costa del Sol. With your own car, have the freedom to do and see as you please.
- Fall in love with Picasso’s gut-wrenching Guernica, on display in Madrid’s Reina Sofia museum.
- Treat yourself to a Flamenco show in Madrid, where you’ll experience firsthand the soul of Spain in the form of dance.
- Indulge in the flavors of Spain at a tapas bar or two!
- Get lost in the beauty of Spain’s Architecture; you’ll be mesmerized by the patterns of Cordoba’s Mezquita.
- Enjoy the leisurely pace of the Spanish lifestyle, perhaps even while being serenaded by the sound of a Spanish guitar!
- Indulge in tapas, enjoy flamenco, and experience the soul of Spain, all while visiting some of the country’s most mesmerizing cities on this 8-night getaway!
You’ll start in the capital city of Madrid, where bustling squares, picturesque parks, and museums worth getting lost in await.
After picking up your rental car, you’ll make your way south for the heart of your adventure. Explore fairy-tale palaces, historic neighborhoods blended with modern design, and cities with remnants of its Moorish past still intact.
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Arrive in Madrid airport and enjoy a transfer to your accommodation. Once you’ve checked in and settled down, head out for a night on the town!
Start your Spanish adventure off by indulging in the flavors of Spain at a tapas bar. La Latina is a bustling neighborhood known for its overabundance of tapas bars and cocktail lounges.
Transfer to Madrid hotel
Check In – TRYP Madrid Atocha Hotel
MADRID, SPAIN 4 out of 5 stars
Escape to this relaxing retreat nestled right in the center of Madrid’s Arts District. In just steps, find yourself in front of the city’s most famous museums and iconic landmarks! This former 20th century palace retains its original architectural detail and beauty, with a warm ambiance and modern style. Its 149 guestrooms boast tons of space and natural light, soundproofed walls, and the latest technology.
Cozy up in your quiet room and use the hotel’s free WiFi to send photos to friends and family. Crave a midnight snack? Not to worry. Room service is always just a quick call away. Catch up on some TV, sprawl out in your large bed, and treat yourself to a bountiful breakfast buffet in the morning.
Start the day off with a visit to the Royal Palace, the largest royal palace in Western Europe, then continue onto the Madrid Cathedral. Take a break (and do some people watching) at the Plaza Mayor square, then take the perfect photo in front of the old city gate. You can even get a taste of ancient Egypt at the Templo de Debot.
In the evening, head to the city’s most vibrant square, Puerta de Sol. The streets will be alive with lights, street performers, and locals heading to their favorite tapas bars for a snack before starting the evening’s festivities.
Pay a visit to Madrid’s famous Museum Triangle today, a crossroads where three important art museums await exploration! Explore the Prado Museum, home to one of the finest collections of European art and home to works from Goya, Velazquez, El Greco, Rubens, Hieronymus Bosch, and more! Or for a sample of surrealism, visit the Reina Sofia Art Center, showcasing more than 300 modern works by Dali, Miro, and Picasso among others.
You’ll then want to wind down at Retiro Park; be sure to stop by the stunning crystal palace in the middle!
End your time in Madrid on a sweet note by treating yourself to a serving of the city’s most iconic dessert: chocolate con churros!
Pick up your rental car then make your way to historic Cordoba, a 1,000 year old city that blends history with modern design. In Cordoba you should stroll through the historic quarter to discover the great Mosque-Cathedral, a symbol of the city which reflects both its importance during medieval times, as well as the Arab presence in the Iberian Peninsula.
From there, visit the Synagogue – the only one that still stands in the city, and a symbol of the three cultures – Christians, Arabs and Jews – that lived together for centuries.
Check In – Hotel Macia Alfaros
CORDOBA, SPAIN 4 out of 5 stars
Located in central Cordoba, Hotel Macia Alfaros is just a few minutes walk to the Roman temple and just a ten minute walk from the world famous Mosque and Jewish Quarter. Upon entering the hotel, you’ll be overcome with traditional Andalusian details like colorful tiles, columns and arches. Each of the stylish and modern rooms feature free WiFi, flat-screen TVs, minibars and more. You can enjoy the typical gastronomy of Cordoba in our very own Alarifes Restaurant, as well as a daily breakfast buffet. With a warm and mild climate all year round, you’ll have ample opportunity to take a dip in the outdoor pool.
Make your way southeast to Granada, whose Moorish past can be felt at every street, square, and major landmark; it was the last city to be reconquered by Catholic Monarchs in 1492.
Start your adventure in Granada off by hiking to the Mirador de San Nicolas, where you’ll enjoy sweeping views of the city and the best views of the iconic Alhambra.
Check In – Hotel Abades Recogidas
GRANADA, SPAIN 4 out of 5 stars
The 5-star Hotel Abades Recogidas is set on a bustling street and decorated with art showcasing Granada’s history, this modern hotel is an eight-minute walk from the Granada Cathedral and one-mile from the Alhambra medieval complex.
The trendy, earth-toned rooms and suites with chic decor feature free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, minibars and en suite bathrooms. The sleek, beautiful design offers a comfortable and clean environment.
Start your day off with a visit to the Alhambra, a fairy-tale palace that lives atop a hill.
Then, head back to the center of the city to continue your day of exploring; pay a visit to the breathtaking Granada Cathedral, enjoy a bite at the nearby Bib Rambla plaza, then pick up some souvenirs at the bustling Alcaiceria bazaar!
Drive southwest today to Malaga, a port city sprinkled with remnants of its Moorish Past.
Experience true Spanish culture at the Mercado Central de Atarazanas, then end your day with an unforgettable view of Malaga from Castillo de Gibralfaro.
Check In – Sercotel Malaga
MALAGA, SPAIN 4 out of 5 stars
Under a 10-minute walk away from the beach, the stylish Sercotel Malaga offers quick and easy access to Malaga, with the Malaga Train Station sitting right next to it. Guests can enjoy free Wi-Fi, an on-site restaurant that offers traditional Andalusian cuisine, daily buffet breakfast, room service, and quick access to beach and city attractions.
Rooms feature flat-screen TVs, air conditioning, blackout drapes, hairdryers, a safe, and private bathrooms complete with complimentary toiletries. The Picasso Museum and cathedral are only a 20-minute walk away, and shops and supermarkets are conveniently nearby. Those looking for shopping, museums, traditional cuisine, and water sports will find this hotel an excellent place to stay.
After breakfast, head to the historic city-center to start your last full day of sightseeing! Ascend upon the Gothic Málaga Cathedral, then experience the breathtaking architecture at Spain’s best-preserved Moorish fortress, the Alcazaba.
For your last night in Spain, why not head to Anigua Casa de Guadia, Malaga’s oldest tavern; sip on some locally-made wines and say “cheers!” to a great trip!
Make your way to the airport in accordance with your departure flight; be sure to leave enough time to drop off your rental car at the rental area.