5 Days 4 Nights
Barcelona 2N, Madrid 2N
Are you planning a trip to Spain for your vacation? Do you want it to be a lovely and memorable trip? If so, our 5-day Spain tour package with exceptional service and a fair price will be ideal for you. During your five days in Spain, you will have the opportunity to see a flamenco show, which is a traditional dance from the southern region of the country.
During this 5-day Spain trip, you may also have a cold beer while relaxing on the beach or strolling through the gorgeous streets of these cities. While wandering throughout the city, you will come across some excellent street art.
This 5-day Spain tour will take you to some of the most beautiful and well-planned cities in the country, including Barcelona and Madrid. You’ll also go to Toledo, which has a lot of interesting attractions to see, including the Art Museum, the Toledo Zoo, the Hollywood Casino, and the Toledo Speedway. We recommend that you attempt the Mud Hens baseball game; we are confident that it will be an amazing experience for you. Discover Spain trips that begin in Barcelona and end in Madrid. The month of May is the busiest for trips from Barcelona to Madrid, with the majority of excursions taking this route.
Barcelona is calling.
Make your way to Barcelona. After arriving in Barcelona, transfer to your hotel and spend the afternoon at your leisure or exploring the streets and shopping. You can go to various well-known venues, such as FC Barcelona Camp Nou, a magnificent football stadium in Barcelona. You can also choose to relax on the beach with a cold beer. Try tapas, a Spanish snack that's usually paired with a glass of wine. We'll spend the night in the hotel after all of this.
Let's take a SIC tour of Barcelona and see all it has to offer.
After a delicious breakfast, we'll go exploring on the half-day SIC tour of Barcelona discovering the city along with its famous Gothic Quarter. On this day, we will take the bus to tour both local and famous sights in Barcelona. Following this fantastic Hop-On Hop-Off trip, we will proceed to the Sagrada Familia Skip-the-Line Tour. It is a temple designed by Gaudi and located in Barcelona. Its construction began in 1882 and continues to this day. It is heavily influenced and inspired by natural elements such as trees, animals, shells, and so on. Following that, we'll have a restful night at our hotel.
Breakfast in the hotel. Check out and transfer to the station to travel by train to Madrid. Begin your journey to Spain's capital city. Welcome to Madrid, Spain's capital. Madrid's cultural and artistic heritage is well-known around the world. It's also known for its nightlife and partying. On this 3rd day, you can visit Debod Temple, the Tropical Garden, the Crystal Palace, the Astronomical Observatory, and many more notable places in Madrid (at your own cost). Debod Temple is a stunning example of Egyptian architecture that the Egyptians gave to the Spanish as a gift. The Tropical Garden is housed within an underground station in Atocha.
Breakfast in the hotel. In the morning, enjoy your half day SIC tour of Madrid, including entrances to Royal Palace and Prado Museum. It's time to go to Toledo, a city rich in museums and historical sites.
Quaint is a little town in Toledo that is full of historical landmarks, narrow streets, alleys, and old buildings. UNESCO has designated this city as a national monument and a world heritage site. This city is renowned as the "city of three cultures," namely Christian, Islamic, and Jewish, because it is home to three major religious groups. After seeing this lovely old city, it's time to attend some flamenco, a classic Spanish dance show. We shall have a show at Cueva de Lola Flamenco for this. Flamenco is a classic Spanish dance that is so well-known that it is difficult to find someone who can do it. Afternoon at leisure. Overnight in the hotel.
It's time to say our goodbyes. After a delectable breakfast at the hotel, it's time to say your goodbyes to Spain and head to the airport for your flight home. We are confident that you liked your trip with us and that it provided you with an excellent experience and lasting memories. We hope to see you again on one of our other tour packages and assist you in creating some more wonderful memories that can be as valuable as gold in a difficult time. Let us now conclude our lovely journey and return to our house.
The Columbus monument, a Flamenco concert, exploring La Sagrada Familia, discovering Madrid, and being enchanted by Seville are all options for those who want to travel Spain in a week. These locations will undoubtedly add spice to your trip to Spain.
The best time to visit Spain is between April and June, when the weather is usually pleasant. Summers in inland towns like Seville, Cordoba, and Madrid are very hot.
The bullfighting season in Spain runs from April to September, with one event held on a Sunday in each of the major cities. There are also a handful of one-or two-week bullfighting events. Throughout the season, a variety of one- or two-week bullfighting events are held, with bullfights almost every day.
Yes, tourists may have a great time in Spain if they speak English well. In prestigious hotels, restaurants, and shops, English is spoken. However, knowing a little Spanish will help you feel more at ease at smaller businesses, cafes, and bars.
Tourists should always have some cash on them, which they can get from ATMs or banks. They can also pay with a debit or credit card at high-end restaurants, hotels, department stores, and shopping malls. When going for currency exchange, however, you must have identification with you.