13-Day Portugal, Andalusia & Morocco Tour from Madrid

  • Tour code: 000-3660
  • Available: Wed
  • Depart from: Madrid, Spain
  • Duration: 13 Days 12 Nights
From USD$1881.40

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Highlights:

Your Trip will start in Madrid, directly to Portugal and explore the beautiful city of Lisbon and Fatima. Then you will continue to the southern and traditional part of Spain - Andalusia, Cordoba, Seville and Marbella. With new energy we continue with a ferry boat towards Morocco and cross the Strait of Gibraltar visit Tanger, Rabat, Casablanca, Marrakech, Meknes and finally Fez before returning to the beautiful Costa del Sol.

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Single: $2386.76
Double (/Person): $1881.40
Third Person Adult: $1787.33
Child (Age 4-7): $1411.05
Fourth Person Adult: N/A
Child (Age 4-7): N/A

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Tour Itinerary

  • Day 1 Madrid - Trujillo - Lisbon(688 km)
  • Day 2 Lisbon(61 km)
  • Day 3 Lisbon - Fatima - Lisbon(222 km)
  • Day 4 Lisbon - Caceres - Cordoba(635 km)
  • Day 5 Cordoba - Seville(140 km)
  • Day 6 Seville
  • Day 7 Seville - Ronda - Marbella(191 km)
  • Day 8 Marbella - Tangier - Fes(544 km)
  • Day 9 Fes
  • Day 10 Fes - Meknes - Rabat - Tangier(437 km)
  • Day 11 Tangier - Marbella(153 km)
  • Day 12 Marbella - Granada(180 km)
  • Day 13 Granada - Toledo - Madrid(447 km)
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Day 1 Madrid - Trujillo - Lisbon(688 km)

We will depart from the bus terminal in Madrid at 8:00am, making our way to the city of Trujillo in the province of Caceres, Extremadura, where we will have some free time to explore and see the Plaza Mayor many medieval and renaissance buildings that still stand to this day. Afterward, we cross the Portuguese border and continue on towards Lisbon. In the evening, we will have the option of visiting a local venue to experience the traditional Fado music of Portugal.

Trujillo is a municipality located in the province of Caceres, in the autonomous community of Extremadura, Spain. Trujillo is both a centre for tourism, with over 25 hotels, and a regional market town.

  • Always Visit
    The Plaza Mayor in Trujillo is unique because of its uneven and irregular design. It is surrounded by buildings dating from around the 16th century. The Church of Santa Maria is a 13th century building that towers over the square.
Dulexe Hotel: Lutecia or similar 4 stars hotel

Day 2 Lisbon(61 km)

In the morning, we will tour Lisbon to see its most famous sights, such as the Alfama Quarter, the Tower of Belem, the Jeronimos Monaserio. We may also take an optional excursion to the nearby communities of Sintra, Cascais, and Estoril.

The capital city of Portugal, Lisbon is one of Europe's most important economic centers. It is also one of the most popular tourist destinations. Historically significant locations include Belem Tower and Jeronimos Monastery, which are recognized by UNESCO.

  • Always Visit
    Alfama, with its winding passages of narrow streets and steep stairways, is Lisbon's oldest district. Its name derives from Arabic because of the city's medieval Muslim rulers. Alfama is home to many restaurants and cafes that showcase live Fado music.
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    This fortified tower off the coast of Lisbon, also known as the Tower of St. Vincent, was built to defend the city in the 16th century. It was built in the Portuguese Manueline style of architecture of the 16th century.
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    The Jeronimos Monastery in Lisbon was once the home of the city's Hieronymite religious order, and one of the best examples of the Portuguese Manueline style of architecture. Today, the facility houses the National Archaeology Museum and the Marine Museum.

Sintra has the most historic buildings and equipped with the natural scenery that signifies the beauty of Portugal. It is approximately 18 miles from Lisbon to Sintra where is also known as the most enchanting city.

Cascais is a wealthy, coastal suburb of the city of Lisbon. There are many activities to do in the area, from beach sports like surfing and sailing to gold and tennis.

Dulexe Hotel: Lutecia or similar 4 stars hotel

Day 3 Lisbon - Fatima - Lisbon(222 km)

In the morning, we will depart Lisbon for Fatima, where we will have free time to visit the Sanctuary of Fatima and the Church of the Santissima Trinidade before returning to Lisbon.

Fatima is a civil parish in the municipality of Ourem, in the Portuguese Santarem District.

  • Always Visit
    The Sanctuary of Fatima is a large, open public facility dedicated to the Virgin Mary. The site features many buildings, including a minor basilica and two small chapels.
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    One of the largest Christian church in the world, construction on this basilica was completed in 2007. With its thoroughly modern design, it looks completely unique from most other European churches.
Dulexe Hotel: Lutecia or similar 4 stars hotel
Breakfast: Included

Day 4 Lisbon - Caceres - Cordoba(635 km)

After breakfast, we will leave Lisbon to return to Spain. We will visit the city of Caceres where we will be free to explore the Old Town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Afterward, we will drive towards Andalusia, finally reaching Cordoba, where we will have dinner and stay for the night.

Caceres is the capital of Caceres province, in the autonomous community of Extremadura, Spain. The municipio has a land area of 1,750.33 km2 (675.81 sq mi), the largest geographically in Spain. The walled city has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

  • Always Visit
    The Old Town of Caceres still features some of its original medieval walls. In the Middle Ages, control of the city was constantly switching between Christians and Muslims, and this struggle is exemplified by the architecture of the Old Town.
Dulexe Hotel: AC Cordoba or similar 4 stars hotel
Breakfast: IncludedDinner: Included

Day 5 Cordoba - Seville(140 km)

In the morning, we will tour Cordoba, seeing the Mosque-Cathedral, the Jewish Quarter, and more. After, we will continue on our journey to Seville. The rest of the day will be free for us to spend at our own leisure.

Cordoba is a city in Andalusia, Spain, and the capital of the province of Cordoba. The city is located on the banks of the Guadalquivir river, and its easy access to the mining resources of the Sierra Morena satisfies the population's needs.

  • Always Visit
    The interior of this dual mosque-cathedral perfectly reflects the religious power-struggle of medieval Spain. The conversion of the church into a mosque lasted from 784 to 987. The complex is massive and features many small chapels.
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    Cordoba's Jewish Quarter is marked by narrow and irregular streets. It houses a medieval Synagogue and the Sephardic House. Unfortunately, this neighborhood was a focal point of the Spanish Inquisition, during which Cordoba played a large role.

Seville is the capital of Andalucia and the cultural and financial centre of southern Spain. A city of just over 700,000 inhabitants (1.6 million in the metropolitan area, making it Spain's 4th largest city), Seville is Andalucia's top destination, with much to offer the traveler.

Dulexe Hotel: Novotel Sevilla or similar 4 stars hotel
Breakfast: IncludedLunch: Included

Day 6 Seville

We will tour Seville in the morning, visiting the Parque de Maria Luisa, the Plaza de Espana, the Seville Cathedral, La Giralda, and Santa Cruz, the city's old Jewish Quarter. We may take an optional tour to the Royal Alcazar of Sevilla, or spend the rest of the afternoon in Seville at our own leisure.

Seville is the capital of Andalucia and the cultural and financial centre of southern Spain. A city of just over 700,000 inhabitants (1.6 million in the metropolitan area, making it Spain's 4th largest city), Seville is Andalucia's top destination, with much to offer the traveler.

  • Always Visit
    On the riverbanks of Sevilla, Maria Luisa Park is a large public area that features lovely foliage, fountains, and walkways in the middle of this beautiful city. Within the park are many statues of famous Spanish figures.
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    A large section of Maria Luisa Park in Sevilla, the Plaza de Espana is a large open space featuring buildings of Renaissance revival architecture. Most of the buildings are currently used for government purposes.
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    The third-largest church in the world (and the largest cathedral), the Seville is a massive Gothic building. Each of its facades has multiple entrances that are all exquisitely and ornately adorned. It was built over an old mosque.
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    La Giralda was once a minaret for the Muslim population in medieval Sevilla, but was converted to a church bell tower after Christian forces had regained power in Iberia. Its design has influenced many other towers around the world.
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    The barrio of Santa Cruz in Sevilla was once the city's Jewish Quarter, and is now the most popular tourist are in the city. The narrow, winding streets and alleyways of this neighborhood remind visitors of a labyrinth.
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    This is a massive palace complex in Sevilla, originally constructed by the city's Muslim rulers. Originally constructed as a military fort, it is the oldest European palace still in use, and is one of the best examples of Spanish-Muslim architecture.
Dulexe Hotel: Tryp Macarena or similar 4 star hotels

Day 7 Seville - Ronda - Marbella(191 km)

On our way to Marbella, we will stop in the white village of Ronda to see its famous Puento Nuevo Bridge. After some free time here, we will continue to the Costa del Sol, arriving in Marbella, where we will eat dinner and stay overnight.

Ronda is a city in the Spanish province of Malaga. It is located about 100 kilometres (62 mi) west of the city of Malaga, within the autonomous community of Andalusia.

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    This 18th century bridge crosses a 390-foot deep ravine that divides the small Andalusian city of Ronda. There is a central chamber underneath the bridge's walkway that today houses a small exhibit about the bridge's history.

Marbella is a Mediterranean city on Spain's Costa del Sol, with breathtaking beaches and coastline. The city is also home to several museums and theaters.

Dulexe Hotel: NH Marbella or similar 4 stars hotel
Breakfast: IncludedDinner: Included

Day 8 Marbella - Tangier - Fes(544 km)

After breakfast, we will board a ferry on the southern coast of Spain that will carry us across the Bay of Gibraltar to Morocco. Once there, we will disembark and continue on a bus to the city of Tangier, where we will take a sightseeing tour before continuing to Fes for the night.

Tangier is a major city in northern Morocco. The history of Tangier is very rich, due to the historical presence of many civilizations and cultures starting from before the 5th century BCE.

Dulexe Hotel: Sofia or Menzeh Zalagh or similar 4 stars hotel
Breakfast: IncludedDinner: Included

Day 9 Fes

In the morning, we will explore the narrow, 9th-century streets and alleys of Fes in the city's antique Medina district, one of the oldest of its kinds in the world, with its mosques, madrasas, and handicraft shops. We will have the afternoon free to continue to discover this charming city.

The third-largest city in Morocco, Fes features beautiful historic architecture that showcases the incredible works of the Arab world.

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    The Fes el Bali is one of two medina quarters in the city of Fes, Morocco and a UNESCO World Heritage site. The district is surrounded by historic walls, and features excellent examples of Arab Moroccan art and architecture.
Dulexe Hotel: Sofia or similar 4 stars hotel

Day 10 Fes - Meknes - Rabat - Tangier(437 km)

Today, we will eat breakfast and depart to Meknes to take a panoramic tour of this imperial city. Then, we will move on to Rabat, the nation's capital, where we will visit the Mausoleum of Mohamed and Hassan Tower. Afterward, we will go to Tangier for the night.

Meknes is a city in northern Morocco. Meknes was the capital of Morocco under the reign of Moulay Ismail (1672-1727), the founder of the Alaouite dynasty.

Rabat is the capital and fourth largest city of Morocco. Tourism and the presence of all foreign embassies in Morocco serve to make Rabat one of the most important cities in the country.

  • Always Visit
    This mausoleum in Rabat is the burial site of King Mohammed V, who was king of the country until his death in 1961. The mausoleum is considered a beautiful example of the architectural style of the Alaouite Dynasty.
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    The Hassan Tower is all that remains of an incomplete mosque, built in the 12th century AD, that was intended to be the world's largest. The Tower is only half as high as originally intended.
Dulexe Hotel: Atlas Rif or Atlas Les Almohades or similar 4 stars hotel
Breakfast: IncludedDinner: Included

Day 11 Tangier - Marbella(153 km)

After breakfast, we will board the ferry and return to Marbella, where we will enjoy dinner and settle into our hotel accommodations for the night.
Dulexe Hotel: NH Marbella or similar 4 stars hotel
Breakfast: IncludedDinner: Included

Day 12 Marbella - Granada(180 km)

After breakfast, we will drive to Granada, where we will visit the Alhambra, the massive fortress complex built by the former Arab rulers of southern Spain. We may also take an optional trip to the Caves of Sacramonte and see a special flamenco show.

Granada is a mid-sized provincial capital in the Andalucia region of Spain. Rich in history and culture, Granada is arguably the single most worthwhile city in Spain for visitors. Spring and autumn are also both excellent times to visit.

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    The Alhambra is a massive complex consisting of multiple palaces and fortresses. It originated as a Spanish-Muslim fortress in the 9th century, but subsequent rulers, both Muslim and Christian, continually added additions and renovations.
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    The soft rocks on the hillsides in the Granada neighborhood of Sacromonte were carved into cave-dwellings by the nomadic Gitano people in the area in the 19th century, many of whom still inhabit these caves.
Dulexe Hotel: Carmen or similar 4 stars hotel
Breakfast: IncludedDinner: Included

Day 13 Granada - Toledo - Madrid(447 km)

We will depart Granada for the imperial city of Toledo, the crossroads of medieval Christianity, Judaism, and Islam. We will eat lunch and enjoy a sightseeing tour through the city's narrow streets. Afterward, we will return to Madrid in the late afternoon or early evening.

Toledo is known as the "Imperial City" for having been the main venue of the court of Charles I, and as the "City of the Three Cultures", having been influenced by a historical co-existence of Christians, Muslims and Jews.

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