Come tour Andalusia during the world famous Feria of Seville May 01 – 10, 2017.

Situated at the very tip of the Iberian Peninsula and only just separated from Africa by the Straits of Gibraltar, Andalucía has witnessed many different power struggles throughout its history which have influenced its culture. Come along on our private bus tour taking you to the three main cities of Andalusia: Cordoba, Seville and Granada. Cordoba is a city of Moorish architecture, ancient palaces, and flower-filled courtyards. We will be fortunate enough to be there during a yearly event names Los patios and extremely popular among visitors from all places.
Seville is capital city of the south and highlights include the impressive cathedral and Alcazar Palace. Let us take you there during the most exciting week of the year in this city, during the feria of Seville!
Our final destination is Granada. Set below the snow-capped peaks of the Sierra Nevada, the city is dominated by the exquisite Alhambra palace.

Number of days/nights: 9 Nights
Dates: May 1-10, 2017
Place of arrival: Malaga, Spain
Place of Departure: Malaga, Spain

 

Package price:

Land price with all guided tours, most meals, wine with dinner and more -$2219 in half twin room


PRICE PER PERSON BASED ON DOUBLE OCCUPANCY AND MINIMUM OF 20 PARTICIPANTS: $2,219.00
PRICE PER PERSON BASED ON DOUBLE OCCUPANCY AND MINIMUM OF 30 PARTICIPANTS: $2,019.00

Single Supplement: $599

Pricing is subject to change in the event we cannot reach the minimum 20 participants

Your Package Includes:

  • 8 nights lodging with daily breakfast including tax and service fees at our hand-picked (or similar) hotels:
    • Catalonia Reina Victoria 4* (1 night)
    • Tryp Macarena 4* (2 nights)
    • Hotel Hesperia Cordoba 4* (2 nights)
    • Hotel Carmen 4*(2 nights)
    • Hotel AC Malaga Palacio (hotels are subject to change due to the high volume activity during Seville Feria)
  • All transfers if participating in group activities
  • Farewell dinner
  • Entrance fees to a Flamenco show
  • Meals as mentioned (B: Breakfast [8]; L: Lunch [0] D: Dinner [8 include local wine])
  • Entrance fees in all mentioned sites.
  • Alpine Adventures Escort
  • Local guides when needed and tour director throughout the tour

Your Package Doesn’t Include:

  • Gratuities to guides, restaurant staff or drivers
  • Porterage
  • Transfers where not noted
  • Meals where not noted
  • Optional activities
  • Personal expenses
  • Optional group flights
  • Travel insurance
THINGS TO KNOW:

  • Tour Pace: Prepare to walk on cobblestone streets with steep hills
  • Group schedules and activities subject to change at any time
  • Group meals are pre-chosen. We can accommodate allergies and intolerances only
  • Group airline seats cannot be assigned in advance. Special requests taken under consideration/li>
  • Airline group rate allows mileage accrual at a modified rate
  • Airline tickets nonrefundable after issued. Penalty for changes
  • Luggage restrictions may apply to 1 checked bag and 1 carry on.
  • Please review hotels on their websites and tripadvisor.com prior to booking (Europe rooms/baths are small)
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ITINERARY:

Day 1 – Tuesday, May 2, 2017



Arrival at Malaga Airport. Meet and greet by your English Speaking tour guide who will escort you during this entire trip. Based on arrival time, we will tour through the beautiful city of Malaga, business capital of Andalusia before being transferred to Ronda, charming town off the Costa Del Sol (The Sunny coast). Upon arrival and after checking in and freshening up, a private city tour of Ronda has been arranged (optional in case you are tired from the plane ride).
The city is now rated # 3 in the region attractions after Seville and Granada. Its unique location, overlooking the deep El Tajo gorge, is what made the city famous. Ronda is also known as the birth place of modern bullfighting and the bullring is now transformed into a popular museum. Dinner at the hotel.

Ronda

Day 2 – Wednesday, May 3, 2017



After a good night sleep and a nice buffet breakfast, Departure to our first stop of our tour of Andalusia: Sevilla!
Upon arrival, you will meet with your local guide for a half day city tour. Sevilla lies on the banks of the Guadalquivir River and is one of the largest historical centers in Europe; it has the minaret of La Giralda, the cathedral (one of the largest in Christianity) and the Alcázar Palace, the Fine Arts Museum (the second largest picture gallery in Spain) plus several convents, Parish churches and palaces.

Alcázar Palace

Time at leisure to stroll through Seville’s Old City and enjoy a local sangria or tapas.
Our dinner tonight will include a Flamenco show (name of venue TBA).

Day 3 – Thursday, May 4, 2017



Breakfast at the hotel.
Our visit today, start by crossing the Triana bridge over the large Guadalquívir River to go and explore the lively popular borrow of Triana with charming narrow streets located around church Santa Ana and where you will find traditional ceramic factories. Free Time to explore and then bus transfer to “Sevilla Feria”.

Sevilla Feria

The world renowned fair of Seville which host 5 million visitors each year! This is where you will spend the remaining of the day and evening. The fair takes places on the far bank of the Guadalquivir River and the area is specially arranged in rows of tents known as “casetas”. These casetas usually belong to prominent families of Seville, groups of friends, clubs, trade associations and political parties. From around nine at night until six or seven the following morning and for one entire week, at first in the streets and later only within each caseta, there are crowds partying and dancing “sevillanas”, drinking Sherry, manzanilla or rebujito, and eating tapas. This fair also has an amusement park that comes with it and has lots of games to play along with roller coasters to ride.
Back to the hotel in the late afternoon for dinner (or option to stay on your own at the feria) and accommodation.

Day 4 – Friday, May 5, 2017



After breakfast, en route to Córdoba.
Upon arrival, we meet with our local guide for a half-day tour, including the Mosque also known as the Mezquita. This is the oldest, most impressive mosque in Europe and emblematic of the Spanish caliphs and was built in the 10th Century. Free Time for more exploring or shopping.

Córdoba

Dinner at a local restaurant and transfer back to your hotel after.

Day 5 – Saturday, May 6, 2017



After breakfast, you will have the unique opportunity to attend “Los Patios”.
This event has recently been added to the list of Intangible Heritage of Humanity of Unesco since December 2012. Since 1921, the Town Hall has organized a competition of Courtyards and Crosses each year during the first week of May and the owners decorate their houses with great care to try and win prestigious award offered by the authorities. A festival runs in parallel with a number of performances by the best singers and dancers on the scene, while the local fino wine from Montilla- Moriles flows freely and delicious tapas are served.
At the end of the day, Transfer back to the hotel and dinner at the hotel.

Day 6 – Sunday, May 7, 2017



After breakfast, we depart to Granada our last stop in our tour of Andalusia.
Rest of the afternoon at leisure to explore the old city on your own. Dinner at the hotel.

Granada

Day 7 – Monday, May 8, 2017



After Breakfast, meet with your local guide for a half-day tour, including the world renowned Alhambra Palace.
One of the most brilliant jewels of universal architectures the Alhambra offers a series of palaces and gardens built under the Nazari Dynasty in the 14th C. This mighty compound of buildings – including the summer palace called Generalife, with its fountains and gardens – stands at the foot of Spain’s highest mountain range, the Sierra Nevada, and overlooks the city below and the fertile plain of Granada.

Alhambra Palace

At the center of the Alhambra stands the massive Palace of Charles V, an outstanding example of Spanish Renaissance architecture. The hill facing the Alhambra is the old Moorish casbah or “medina”, called the Albaicin, a fascinating labyrinth of narrow streets and whitewashed houses with secluded inner gardens, known as “cármenes”. The Plaza de San Nicolas, at the highest point of the Albaicin, is also very famous for its magnificent view of the Moorish palace.
The Alhambra has so much to offer that one day might not suffice but we will stay there as long as we possibly can!
Dinner at a local restaurant and night at hotel Carmen.

Day 8 – Tuesday, May 9, 2017



After Breakfast, en route to Marbella, the most well-known seaside resort on the coast and host to all the VIP parties in the Summer time!!

Marbella

You will have time to enjoy some relaxation at the beach or do your last minute shopping.
Late afternoon, transfer to Malaga, vibrant city and largest city of Andalusia.
Farewell Dinner at a local restaurant (venue TBA) and overnight in Malaga.

Day 9 – Wednesday, May 10, 2017



Early breakfast followed by a bus transfer to Malaga airport for your flight home to the USA.

END OF SERVICES

NOTES:

Deposit and Payment Policy:

Alpine Adventures will collect all deposits, fees and final payments per the schedule below:

Initial Deposit: $550 immediately to confirm your spot.

Airfare is completely nonrefundable once tickets have been issued. For any changes to dates or itinerary once tickets have been issued, a $75 service fee plus any applicable airline imposed fees will apply.

Travel Cancellation and Refunds

We strongly encourage purchasing travel insurance at 7% of the total cost.

Cancellation:

  • Cancellation fully refundable within 7 days of initial deposit paid less $75.00 process fee.
  • Cancellation after 7 days of booking and outside 120 days 50 % of deposit paid to date
  • Cancellation between 119 and 61 days 100% of original deposit
  • Cancellation inside 60 days: nonrefundable

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