Day : 1 Madrid - Cordoba - Seville
Start your day early. Leave Madrid for Cordoba at 8am. Pass through the beautiful region of La Mancha on your way there. Reach Cordoba early in the afternoon. Have lunch if you are hungry and start a guided walking tour.
The tour includes visits to the famous Mosque-Cathedral of Córdoba and to the city's Jewish quarter. The Mosque-Cathedral was originally a Catholic church built by the Visigoths. However, in the Middle Ages, it was converted into an Islamic mosque and it finally became a Catholic church after the Reconquista. This building, which was once the second-largest cathedral in the world, is famous for its wine-colored marble columns and double arches that were an innovation in architecture at that time
Day : 2 Seville
Breakfast in the morning, then a city tour with a local guide to see some of Seville’s most beautiful places, like the Park of Maria Luisa, Sevilles’s main public park and the largest green area in the city that stretches along the Guadalquivir River; Plaza de Espana, the most famous square in Seville and one of the largest in Spain; the Cathedral of Saint Mary; the Minaret of Giralda; and the Quarter of Santa Cruz, Seville's Jewish quarter with its whitewashed houses and narrow streets.
After the city tour, you have the afternoon for yourself to rest or to explore the city on your own. You can also join an optional tour to Reales Alcazares, the Royal Palaces of Seville. Return to the hotel and enjoy your dinner.
Day : 3 Seville - Ronda - Marbella
Have breakfast in your hotel and start your journey to Costa del Sol. Check out some beautiful villages along the way, including the Roman village of Ronda. Situated in a mountainous area, around 750 meters above the sea level, this village is famous for its three bridges: Puente Romano, Puente Viejo and Puente Nuevo.
Enjoy some free time in the Roman village and continue your journey to the coastal city of Marbella, located in the Costa del Sol region. Marbella is known all over the world for its residents, who include famous actors, singers, and other well-known people who have either made this city their second home or come here during vacations.
Reach Marbella in the late afternoon. Head straight to its beach. Swim, soak in the sun or just walk along the promenade. Relax and enjoy the sunset in the beach. Dinner and an overnight stay in Marbella.
Day : 4 Marbella
You have a free day today to enjoy the cosmopolitan atmosphere of Costa del Sol along with its sandy beaches and numerous restaurants and bars. Experience the old-world Andalusia in its historic quarters filled with whitewashed buildings, fragrant orange trees and remnants of a ninth-century Arab fortress.
Day : 5 Marbella
Enjoy your breakfast. You have the whole day at your disposal. Spending a relaxing day in the beach sipping drink under a palm tree is not a bad idea.
Day : 6 Marbella - Granada
Travel to Granada after your breakfast is over. Visit the impressive, monumental complex of La Alhambra, an Arab fortress with its typical Middle Eastern architecture and green Generalife gardens. Besides Granada´s absolutely awesome historical sights, this city is known as one of Andalusia’s hippest, most youthful places with a ‘free tapas’ culture (where you get a free 'tapa', snack, along with each drink ordered), cool bars and intimate Flamenco haunts.
In the evening, you will get the chance to visit the gypsy caves in Sacramento and enjoy a Zambra
Day : 7 Granada - Toledo - Madrid
Leave Granada after breakfast and make your way towards the imperial city of Toledo. The former capital of Spain, Toledo is also a place where Muslims, Christians and Jews lived together for centuries. After lunch, take a walking tour of the city, strolling through its charming, narrow streets. See the city's old squares and fully immerse yourself into the atmosphere of this medieval town.
Visit the Church of St Tome, which is known for its famous paintings by El Greco, and the Synagogue of St. Mary. Later, go to a factory making different things from Damascus steel (for many centuries, Toledo was famous for its swords made using high-quality Damascus steel). Head back to the starting point of the tour, Madrid, in the evening.