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EUROPE | Barcelona, Madrid, Seville and Marbella | 9 Days / 8 Nights

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A canal winds around Seville's Plaza de España with its circular tiled patio and stately buildings The whimsical spires of Gaudí's Sagrada Família in Barcelona loom above the treetops The Great Mosque of Córdoba at sunset Tourists sit under umbrellas in a café next to the 2,000 year old Roman Aqueduct of Segovia The dramatic Alcazar Castle on a hilltop Costumed male and female flamenco dancers pose in dance positions The Kempinski Hotel Bahia and its pool stand along the coastline Gaudí's gingerbread-style houses in Park Güell The Puente Nuevo bridge spans the gorge between 2 steep cliffs The Plaza de España at twilight Two bicyclists ride their bikes on a boardwalk near a rocky coast
A canal winds around Seville's Plaza de España with its circular tiled patio and stately buildings
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Take a leisurely trip down the scenic canal that winds around Seville's stunning Plaza de España.
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Embrace the passion of this amazing country while exploring Barcelona's Park Güell, Madrid's Royal Palace, Seville's Plaza de España and glorious Costa de Sol.

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Barcelona

Meal(s) Included: Breakfast and Lunch

Accommodations: Hotel Casa Fuster

The spires of La Sagrada Família

Breakfast at Hotel

Begin your day with a tasty breakfast and get ready to explore some of the artistic treasures in this remarkable city.

Panoramic City Tour

Board a motor coach for a dynamic, guided tour of Barcelona. See some of its most famous areas from the Waterfront to the 1992 Olympic Ring of sports stadiums to Montjuïc Hill with its art galleries and museums.

Park Güell

Visit Park Güell, which was commissioned by Eusebi Güell in 1890 to be a stylish garden city for Barcelona aristocracy. Designed by Antoni Gaudí—the leading architect of Catalan modernism—it is now a public park and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. An imaginative outdoor playground with incredible views of Barcelona, it's filled with whimsical architecture including surrealist stone structures and colorful mosaics that reflect Antoni Gaudí's organic style.

Privately Guided Tour of La Sagrada Família

Understand why Barcelona is called the "City of Gaudí" when you see La Sagrada Família—Antoni Gaudí's huge basilica that began being built in 1882. A Gothic-Art Nouveau masterpiece that is still under construction, this extraordinary temple with its fantastical shapes and spires has become the enduring symbol of Barcelona.

Lunch at La Fitora Restaurant

Enjoy scrumptious Mediterranean cuisine featuring fresh seafood and local vegetables at this popular restaurant overlooking the Mediterranean Sea and the port of Barcelona.

El Pueblo Español

Stroll through this open-air architectural museum located on Montjuïc Hill in Barcelona featuring arts and crafts—with artisans sometimes demonstrating their skills. It is composed of 117 buildings made to resemble an Iberian village representing regions including Aragón, the Basque Country, Castile, Andalusia, Extremadura and Catalonia.

On Your Own Dinner in Barcelona

Choose from a variety of fine restaurants featuring Spanish and international cuisine. Ask your Adventure Guides to recommend a restaurant that's ideal for you and your family.