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Places to Visit
Jerez de La Frontera – Home of the sherry wine, where you can visit famous sherry bodegas. Other attractions include the Alcazar and the St. James Church.
Pueblos Blancos – White washed mountain villages, including Puerto Serrano; Alcala del Valle and Olvera, with its 12th century Arab fortress.
Ronda – Picturesque town built on the edge of the Guadalevin Gorges, known as 'the cradle of bullfighting', with ancient church and Palace.
Cadiz – Ancient port town, with a rich history as a trading post between continents and sight of the Battle of Trafalgar. Attractions include the seafront promenade and the Museum.
Cordoba – Founded in 169 B.C. the city is declared a World Heritage site by UNESCO. The main atrrations include the Mosque; the Cathedral and Spain's largest Jewish Quarter.
Local Tours (optional)
Tour Name
Optional Sightseeing Tours
from $
Nov 1, '07 - Mar 31, '08
Historical Seville
half day
full day
full day
Jerez & Cadiz
full day
Seville by Night (D)
Apr 1, '08 - Oct 31, '08
Walking Typical Seville
half day
Historical Seville
half day
Artistic Seville
half day
Classical Seville
half day
full day
full day
Jerez & Cadiz
full day
Seville by Night (D)
Prices per person in US dollars, subject to change.
Prices may vary depending on the departure location.
Tour / Package Extensions, Local Sightseeing Tours, Car Rental and/or other services can be arranged, subject to availability and price alteration.

Spirited and full of tradition, Seville deserves its reputation as one of the most beautiful and romantic of Spain's ancient cities.
In the city's historic quarter, attractions include Santa Cruz Jewish quarter; the Gothic Cathedral, said to be the final resting place of Columbus; the Giralda Tower; the Moorish Alcazar Palace and the beautiful Maria Luisa Park. On the other side of the Guadalquivir river there is the Triana quarter and Cartuja with the Park of Discoveries and the Monastery of Santa Maria de las Cuevas. At night you can choose from a variety of 'Tapas' bars in the Santa Cruz quarter, or the more modern nightspots near the Plaza de Armas old station and there is no better place to enjoy the 'Flamenco' folklore than Seville.
Suggested Intinerary
  Day 1 - USA / Seville
Overnight flight.
    Day 5 - Seville
Day of relaxation to explore Lisbon's many attractions. In the evening you may want to go on a night tour to the Casino of Estoril, with dinner and floor-show.
  Day 2 - Seville
Early morning arrival. Transfer to your hotel. Rest of the day free to relax and explore the surroundings.
    Day 6 - Seville
An optional full day tour of Obidos, Alcobaca, Nazare, Fatima and Batalha, will show you some of the country's most important sights.
  Day 3 - Seville
An optional morning city tour of Lisbon is recommended, featuring the National Coach Museum, the Jeronimos Monastery, St. George's Castle and Alfama old quarter. In the evening, optional dinner and 'Fado' show at a typical restaurant is recommended.
    Day 7 - Seville
Late morning transfer for the return flight home.
  Day 4 - Seville
Today you may want to go on an optional full day tour of Queluz Palace, Mafra's Convent, the historic town of Sintra and the beach resort area of Cascais. In the evening join in the fun at the many night-spots in the Docks area.
    Day 8 - Seville / USA
Morning transfer for your return flight home.
Hotels Featured     Package Features
Hotel Melia Colon
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Hotel Casas de la Juderia
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Hotel Alfonso XIII
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• Round trip airfare (if applicable).
• Accommodation for 6 nights at the hotel selected
• Continental or buffet breakfast daily.
• Round trip airport transfers, with assistance.
• Hotel taxes and service charges.
• Services of the local Skyline Representatives.

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