Desfrute de um passeio turístico de 5 dias pela Espanha que te levará pelas mais famosas cidades de Andaluzia: Sevilha, Córdoba, Toledo e Granada. Visite o local onde se originou o flamenco em Sevilha, veja a cidade natal de El Greco em Toledo, e surpreenda-se com os jardins mouros de Alhambra. Você também verá as mais antigas praças de tourada da Espanha, em Ronda, neste roteiro de cinco dias e apreciará a beleza do resort costeiro da Espanha, Costa del Sol. Destacando os locais do Patrimônio da Humanidade pela UNESCO de Córdoba, Sevilha, Granada e Toledo, esta excursão te levará até o coração de Andaluzia, a região mais colorida e típica da Espanha. Jantar e café da manhã estão incluídos, e aproveite uma opção de acomodação em hotel de nível padrão ou superior para todas as 4 noites.
Faça um upgrade em sua experiência e desfrute de uma excursão de 6 dias na qual você visitará a maravilhosa cidade de Caceres no primeiro dia, seguido por uma parada e uma acomodação de uma noite na cidade moura de Córdoba.
Gostamos da viagem, mas achamos que a noite passada em Torremolinhos é dispensável, de Ronda poderiamos ir dormir em Granada, no dia seguinte cedo visitar Alhambra, a tarde viajar para Toledo, dormir la e no dia seguinte pela manha conhecer Toledo. Desta forma aproveitaríamos melhor as visitas a Alhambra e Toledo que na minha opinião foram muito corridas.
Tour covered a lot of places in southern Spain in a short period of time. Most of the cities are on steep hills and the streets are cobble stone and difficult to walk on. This tour is not for the elderly who have problems walking. We were two of only four people on the bus who were English speaking; the remainder spoke Spanish. Although the tour guide was excellent, she had her hands full with this group. Would have much preferred an English only tour and a much slower pace. There was very little free time as we were rushed from place to place.Hotels and food were both very good so no complaints there. Weather was great with warm (80-85 degrees F) days and Andalusia was beautiful and well worth seeing.
There are lots of systems the Viator needs to improve and one of them is the seating arrangements in the tourists bus. Nobody wants to be always seated at the back or near rear end of the bus for the whole 5 days of the travel. You should limit the number of tourists per group.
The itinerary is very good. It covers all the key cities you would want to visit in southern Spain. Great lessons in history with our fantastic tour guide! I would recommend cutting shorter the Ronda tour and make Toledo a full day deal. Could not cover that as a stopover on the way back to Madrid!Toledo is a spectacular old capital of Spain with so much history and things to see and learn. We bought the upgraded hotel/dinner version but the dinners (2 nights) at the Seville hotel were terrible!! Others were better. Overall it is a good tour.
In Toledo, we did not have the chance to see and walk in the historic part in which no cars are allowed, to experience the narrow cobblestoned streets, surrounded by centuries old buildings. Instead, we were taken to a gift shop where we spent almost an hour, followed by a walking tour of the more modern part of the city the part with newer buildings and where cars are allowed.
In Ronda, we paid EUR 25 extra per person for a guided tour that proved useless. For that price, all guided tours of Ronda include entry to the bull ring costs EUR 7 if bought separately, but our tour only showed us the ring from outside not very much to see.
In Granada, we paid EUR 33 extra per person for a below-average gypsies' dance show and an Albaicin tour. The latter was rushed out and delivered by inexperienced youths who failed to show us that important district of Granada and were not helped by the fact it was already too dark to see anything properly almost 10.30-11pm. The Albaicin tour part of the evening should have preceded rather than followed the poor dance show.
The tour does not take you to Granada city centre for the Royal Chapel, and does not include entrance to Seville's cathedral/Giralda or Real Alkazar.
This was a group of people from all over the world, visiting southern Spain together! The guide was nice and knew a lot, and the individual guides in each city were very good, also. It was a very historical tour in many ways. I have been on a one-day Viator tour in Hawaii, and I would go on Viator again! Thank you!