• Madrid Circuit | Andalucia | Costa del Sol | Morocco Tour, Madrid

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    NEXT DEPARTURES: August 2019: 11th, 25th | September 2019: 8th, 22nd | October 2019: 6th, 20th | November 2019: 3rd, 17th | December 2019: 1st, 15th, 29th | January 2020: 12th, 26th | February 2020: 9th, 23th | March 2020: 8th, 22nd.

    One of the best ways to get to know the beauty of Spain and Morocco is to join the Madrid Circuit | Andalucia | Costa del Sol | Morocco Tour, an adventure that will take you to amazing cultural, natural and architectural attractions, including some of the world’s most important cultural heritage sites.

    This tour lasts for 16 days and starts in Madrid, where you’ll visit iconic sites in the Spanish capital, including Plaza de la Cibeles, Santiago Bernabeu Stadium, Gran Via and Plaza de Oriente. Stops will also be made at Retiro Park, the Bullfighting Rink and Plaza de Colon.

    The circuit continues on to emblematic sites when you visit Seville, its neighborhoods and the Giralda. Along the way you’ll admire beautiful views of the Costa Esmeralda beaches and its famous harbors. You’ll fall in love with Granada, with its Alhambra, the Nasrid Palaces and the Generalife Gardens. In Toledo you’ll walk through the old town and admire the beautiful interiors of the cathedral and the Santo Tome Church.

    On the Madrid Circuit | Andalucia | Costa del Sol | Morocco Tour you’ll have the opportunity to cross the Strait of Gibraltar, which separates two seas: the Mediterranean and the Atlantic Ocean. In Morocco you can visit Rabat, which is known for the Mausoleum Mohamed V, the Hassan Tower and the Kasbah of the Udayas. You’ll also visit Casablanca, an important financial capital and the site of the Hassan II Mosque, built out of marble, granite and plaster. This tour also visits Marrakech, which is famous for the Koutoubia Tower, the Djemaa El Fna and the walled city of Meknes, where you can admire the Bab Al Mansour. Finally, you’ll see Fez, known for its Jewish and Christian quarters, the seven gates of the Royal Palace and the Great Medina of Fez, a prominent pedestrian area.

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