WHY IT'S DIFFERENT?
A weekend escapade in Southern Spain experiencing a mix of history, rich culture, music and mouth-watering local Andalusian cuisine.
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One of Spain's most beautiful cities with breath-taking architecture originating from its fascinating religious history of alternating Christian and Muslim rule. It also has a thriving bar and restaurant scene.
No trip to Andalusia would be complete without a dose of passionate Flamenco. This intimate mixture of dance and sound provides the most fascinating spectacle is highly recommended.
The show combines charm and grace with a lively rhythm. This dynamic and agile riding, to work and stroll, allows the rider to draw some accurate movements on the arena alongside the dancer that is challenging him.
Ronda Cooking Class
Andalusian cuisine is a melting pot of different cultures and civilisations with diverse influences and prominent traditional Spanish spirit. Learn the tips and tricks, all paired up with wine tasting.
"We enjoyed our time in Cordoba & Seville, there was so much to see. We had a really enjoyable time, everything went smoothly, accommodation & food was good too!"
NEED TO KNOW
|SEASON||January 1 - 5 2019|
|GROUP SIZE||8 people|
|FLIGHTS||For more information on flights from the UK please refer to the Trip Details section.|
|VISA||UK, EU & US not required|
Fly to Seville. Airport pick-up and transfer to your hotel. Spend the rest of the day relaxing or exploring beautiful Seville.
Spend your day exploring the beauty Seville has to offer. Things you shouldn't miss are the Alcazar, Las Setas and of course Plaza de Espana. Just before dinner you will have to get together with the rest of the group as you are in for a treat: a genuine one hour long Flamenco Show.
Travel to the beautiful city of Cordoba. Explore the city and visit the stunning Cordoba Cathedral. Spent the rest of the afternoon at your own pace, before taking part at one of Cordoba's main attraction shows: Passion y Duende del Caballo Andaluz (Andalusian Horses dancing show)
Travel to Ronda, one of Spain's small towns that offers some of most dramatically views from Puente Nuevo. Explore both the old and the new part of the town before heading down to the surrounding vineyards and take part in the highlight of the trip : an open air cooking class accompanied by a session of wine tasting.
Enjoy your last morning in Spain with a nice breakfast while admiring the views Ronda has to offer before your 2 hours transfer back to the airport
A selection of our accommodation, which is subject to availability, however alternatives are always of a similar price, grade and location.
Bursting with colour, passion and sunshine, it’s hard not to fall head over heels for Seville. The beautiful old town is perfect for exploring on foot.
Typical Accommodation: Sacristia de Santa Ana, Corregidor Hotel or similar
Cordoba blends both tradition and modernity with its legacy of ancient cultures, architectural delights, and lively atmosphere.
Typical Accommodation: Hesperia Cordoba or similar
Close to the town's main attraction, Puente Nuevo, it's the perfect mix between history and breathtaking natural landscapes.
Typical Accommodation: Hotel Maestranza or similar
WHERE YOU'RE GOING
At just a stone’s throw away from the African shores, Andalusia is where the Spanish and Moorish cultures meet and live in harmony. Cities full of character were born out of a fortunate mix of the Spanish lively spirit paired with the Moorish creativity. There is no wonder that iconic symbols such as the fiery flamenco and the mouth-watering tapas are deeply rooted in Andalusia. Of course, it’s not just the cultural colour of the region that makes it rich. From the golden sands of the Mediterranean and Atlantic beaches in the south, the mountain landscape dominates the north. There, lush forests, diverse flora and fauna and rare species such as the Iberian lynx have found home, protected by the numerous National Parks which make Andalusia one of the best preserved regions in Spain.
"Eat when the locals eat - most restaurants won’t open until 8.30 pm at the earliest and locals can turn up for dinner at 10.30 pm or even 11 pm especially at the weekends! Kitchens for lunch open between 12.30 pm and 1.30 pm remaining open until 4 pm or later."
Marius G - Untravelled Paths
Pace your tapas
Take your time with your tapas, don’t order it all at once and share with your fellow diners. The dishes are meant to be ordered little by little, pairing each tapa with a drink.
Consider an extra night
With so much to discover in Seville you may wish to consider an extra night so you can fit it all in. It's worth noting that a visit to Royal Alcázar of Seville takes at least half a day.
Wear comfortable shoes
The historic centres are mostly pedestrian only zone so you’ll no doubt be doing a lot of exploring through the cobblestone streets on foot. Comfortable shoes are a must!
Avoid bread charges
Bread is often added to the bill and ranges between 1 and 2 euros per table. If you don’t want bread brought to the table make sure you state ‘sin pan por favor’
As a tour operator we are not able to offer inclusive flights as part of our experiences however we are more than happy to help you find the most appropriate incoming and outgoing flights for you. All the listed airports fly directly in and out of Seville with multiple different airlines to choose from. We highly recommend using Skyscanner to find the cheapest flights.
Please note that while the arrival time is fully flexible, your departure will need to be after 14:00 pm to ensure you will be getting back in time to the airport.
In order to be fully covered on your trip should anything happen, we suggest getting an insurance before you travel. We recommend True Traveller, designed especially for adventure travel, who will be able to tailor an insurance package based on your needs. You can find out more here.
Our prices are based on people sharing, for solo travellers who would prefer a private room the price per person will include a solo occupancy fee.
If you wish we can also organise extra nights at either end of your trip for you.
Book your trip in five easy steps.
Once you’ve chosen the dates you’d like to travel on using our availability calendar all you need to do is head over to the booking page and fill in the enquiry form.
BOOK YOUR FLIGHTS
We will get back to you answering any questions you might have and confirming availability. If all is good, we can hold the places for you for 48 hours while you book your flights. Please note that this stage does not represent a guarantee of the booking.
Once you have booked your flights, we will send you a booking form you will need to fill in with your details, flights and other relevant information.
PAY FOR YOUR TRIP
As you fill in the booking form, you will also be asked to make the payment through a secure link; if you are travelling in less than 8 weeks, the payment will be paid in full, otherwise only a 35% deposit will be taken.
Shortly after you pay, you will receive a confirmation invoice, followed by a personalised itinerary and digital booklet. All you need to do now is write the dates in your diary, prepare your packing list and look forward to your next adventure!
Please note deposit is non-refundable. The balance will only be refundable if you cancel with more than 8 weeks in advance. More information about the cancellation policy can be found in our Terms & Conditions. We highly suggest getting insurance before you travel to avoid any problems. Our personal recommendation is using True Traveller.