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Begin your trip in the cosmopolitan city of Barcelona, rich with history, art, architecture and gothic charm. A quick hop over to Madrid, the largest and most populous city in Spain and you’ll be immersed in a city full of artistic expression and stunning architecture.  Enjoy a sangria or share in some tapas.  This city is certain to bring a good time. So much to do, you may just need a siesta!


Day 1:  Arrive into Barcelona, Spain (BCN)

Day 2:  Barcelona - Day at Leisure / Optional Excursion - City Tour (Recommended)

Day 3:  Barcelona - Day at Leisure / Optional Excursion - Spanish Paella Cooking Class

Day 4:  Barcelona - Day at Leisure

Day 5:  Flight or Train to Madrid, Spain - Main Sites City Tour


Day 6:  Madrid - Day at Leisure / Optional Excursion - Evening Flamenco Show 

Day 7:  Madrid - Day at Leisure / Optional Excursion 

Day 8: Departure

Optional Excursions, Sightseeing and Things To Do:

Barcelona: La Sagrada Familia, Visit Park Güell, Las Ramblas, City Tour, Spanish Cooking Class, Visit the Gothic Quarter, the Picasso Museum, Day Tour to Montserrat for Wine Tasting

Madrid: Prado Museum, Plaza Mayor, Puerta Del Sol, City Tour, Visit the Royal Palace, Santiago Bernabéu Stadium, Buen Retiro Park, Tapas & Wine Tour, Spanish Cooking Class, Take in a Flamenco Show with Dinner, Day Tour to Toledo and Segovia




The capital city of Spain, Madrid is an exciting metropolis with many things to do and something for every traveler.  Food, art, history, shopping, soccer, nightlife and the list goes on. Madrid is the epicenter of all things in Spain.  No trip to the country would be complete without time spent in this bustling city.  




Barcelona is a cosmopolitan city in Spain, known for art and impressive architecture.  Enjoy the tapas, sample the wine and marvel at the stunning architecture.  Full of history, explore the vast museums and artistic landmarks.  Be sure to head to Las Ramblas, the culture hub for shopping. 

La Sagrada


A must-visit during your stay in Barcelona, La Sagrada Familia Basilica (Church of the Sacred Family) is a large, unfinished Roman Catholic minor Basilica, designed by Antoni Gaudi.  His work on the building is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.  To date, the Gothic style church remains under construction.