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Andalucía: Córdoba, Sevilla, Málaga, Granada, Ronda & Setenil de las Bodegas (5 Days Trip)

Let’s discover together the heart of Spain: Andalucia. We will make a trip to discover six beautiful cities Granada, Malaga, Seville, Cordoba, Ronda and Setenil de las Bodegas discovering the Andalusian culture and enjoying the beauty of these places.

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Andalucía: Córdoba, Sevilla, Málaga, Granada, Ronda & Setenil de las Bodegas (5 Days Trip)
Andalucía: Córdoba, Sevilla, Málaga, Granada, Ronda & Setenil de las Bodegas (5 Days Trip)

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05 Dec 2023, 23:40 – 10 Dec 2023, 22:30

València, Av. d'Aragó, 31, 46010 València, Valencia, Spain

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Córdoba The most charming city in Andalusia and the only one where three different cultures meet and mix: Arab, Jewish and Christian. Of course, Cordoba is rich in history and inimitable monuments, such as the unique Mosque, the Medina, the fascinating Patio de los Naranjos, the Alcázar de los Reyes or the Plaza de la Corredera, the most characteristic square in Spain. Don’t forget to lose yourself in the streets of the old town, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Finally, you have to savour the very rich typical gastronomy, such as salmorejo (a kind of gazpacho). Sevilla Be enchanted by the city of flamenco where you can find unique monuments, such as the Plaza de España and the famous Cathedral, which have the honour of being proclaimed World Heritage Sites. You must surely visit the largest Gothic monument in the world and climb the Giralda, the tower of the Cathedral, from which you can enjoy magnificent panoramic views of the city. Finally, try some tapas in the Santa Cruz neighbourhood and stroll in search of the Torre del Oro and the Alcázar. Malaga Malaga is the capital of the Costa del Sol, in fact sun and beaches are the two characteristic elements of this city. It is still very rich on a cultural level thanks to the particularity of the streets of the historic centre, charming and intertwined, and its monuments such as the Alcazaba, the Castle, the Picasso Museum, Calle Larios, the Mudejar Tower and the Archbishop’s Palace. Don’t forget to relax on the wonderful beaches after having enjoyed the traditional dishes: fried fish and espeto de sardinas with a good wine with your friends in one of the terraces of the bars. Ronda & Setenil de las Bodegas In Spain’s Andalusia province, Ronda is a breathtaking and historic town located on the edge of cliffs. The Puente Nuevo bridge, which crosses the El Tajo Gorge and provides breath-taking vistas of the deep canyon below, is its most iconic feature. Setenil de las Bodegas, on the other hand, is known for its unique architecture, with houses built into the rocky cliffs of the gorge, creating a captivating blend of nature and man-made structures. Both cities are stunning backdrops for life-changing events and provide a window into the rich cultural legacy of Andalusia. Granada This city is one of the most cultural cities in the world: its Alhambra is unique and you can’t miss the breathtaking views from the San Nicolás viewpoint. To relax, discover the typical Arab baths known as Hammam Al Ándalus and then explore the rest of Granada, such as the Albaicín neighbourhood, the Darro street, the Cathedral and the Royal Chapel. Accommodation In this trip you have two options: You can choose between hotel or hostel (both centrally located). HOTELS: Granada; 2 nights in a central 4 * hotel (Macia Condor ****) with breakfast. Seville: 2 nights in a very central 4 * hotel (Macia Kubb *****) with breakfast. In both hotels we will have triple rooms and you can ask for a double or single room. In case of double room: + 7€/Person/Night in case of single room: + 35€/person/night HOSTEL: Granada: 2 nights in Granada and 2 nights in Sevilla, both cities have Oasis Backpackers Hostels. Rooms are good, 6/8/12 beds shared.

Hiking (optional)

Caminito del rey

Titled in 2015 “the most dangerous path in the world”, the Caminito del Rey is not recommended for people with vertigo: its height is 700 meters above the river! In addition, its walkways are hanging and made of cliff wood.

Hiking Mulhacen

Pico Mulhacén, at 3479 metres, is the second highest peak in Spain. It is located in the Sierra Nevada Natural Park, and during this route you can enjoy sensational panoramas and snowy views until June.

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