Paris has a timeless familiarity for first-time and frequent visitors, with instantly recognisable architectural icons, along with exquisite cuisine, chic boutiques and priceless artistic treasures.Passionate and devoted to living the good life, Spain is at once a stereotype come to life and a country more diverse than you ever imagined.The South spain Málaga is a world apart a briskly modern yet historic city.The cities mentioned in the itineraries are famous for Art And Cultures.
Here is how you will spend your time
Day 1: Tuesday June 30th : Arrival At Paris - City Of Light
Upon arrival in Paris, make your own transfers at hotel. Rest of the time is free to explore Paris on your own.
Day 2: Wednesday 01st July : Paris Sightseeing
Post breakfast, With a professional local guide you will do a city tour in the morning with most stunning three unique viewpoints. First, take in the city’s incredibly beautiful landmarks with a panoramic coach tour. Next, ascend the iconic Eiffel Tower and capture sweeping views of the entire city's must see attractions are to cover Musee National du Moyen Age-Thermes et Hotel de Cluny, Musee de l'Orangerie and other museums. Overnight at hotel.
Day 3: Thursday July 2nd : Arrival At Malaga - Capital Of The Costa Del Sol
Post breakfast you will continue to Malaga.Check out from the hotel and make your own way to the Airport and board EasyJet 3955 Paris (CDG) – Málaga (AGP).Upon arrival transfer on your own to your hotel. Historic Malaga is the second largest city in Andalusi, situated on the Mediterranean. Proceed to visit Museo Casa Natal de Picasso and Alcazaba. Later check in at the hotel and rest of the time is free at your own leisure.
Visit the birthplace of one of Spain's most renowned artists at the Museo Picasso Malaga. Located in a historic 16th-century palace, the museum holds a collection of 285 works...
Plaza de la Merced, 15, 29012 Málaga, Spain
Phone: +34 951 92 60 60
Travel from Paris to Malaga
Fly from Paris Orly
Bus to Beauvais, fly
Bus Eurolines FR
Day 4: Friday July 3rd : Malaga Sightseeing Tour
Buffet breakfast at hotel.Later proceed to visit to Castillo de Gibralfaro -The city of Málaga's official flag depicts this castle, known as Castillo de Gibralfaro. Built in the tenth century by the Caliph of Córdoba, and expanded by the Sultan of Granada, the fortress also once housed King Ferdinand.Later proceed to visit Alcazaba de Malaga- Experience a grand piece of history at Alcazaba de Malaga, a fortress built and used by Islamic kings. The building is composed of mosques, towers, and houses that were built inside its walls. When you enter, you must pass through five gates, part of the structure’s defense system. Don’t miss the gardens, where you can find fountains, pools, and mosaics, then proceed to Malaga Cathedral and Museo de Artes y Costumbres - Located in a 17th-century inn, Museo de Artes y Costumbres populares offers a snapshot of life in Málaga as it was centuries ago. Each of the museum's 19 rooms offers a complete look at a particular trade or industry, as shown by its artifacts. Wander through an 18th-century blacksmith shop and emerge into a bakery with a corn-grinding mill and other traditional baking implements.Overnight stay at hotel.
Day 5: Saturday July 4th : Granada - Pearl Of Spain
Check out from hotel and make your own way Granada - the Pearl of Spain. Granada boasts numerous well - preserved examples of exquisite Moorish architecture, not the least of which is the Alhambra, an ancient citadel and royal palace. Though its historical buildings attract the most tourism, Granada is much more than just an ancient city center. Home to one of the country’s biggest universities, Granada has a population of about 80,000 students, spread over five sprawling city campuses. Its outlying districts are known for their youthful energy, innovative bars, and hip flamenco clubs. Also offering exciting skiing and hiking opportunities in the nearby Sierra Nevada, there’s no shortage of things to do. This hill city is a welcome break from the rest of Andalucía’s summer heat. Upon arrival make your own transfer to hotel. Later proceed to visit Hammam Al Ándalus Arab Baths, Alhambra and Museum of Alhambra.
Discover Hispano-Muslim history between the 9th and 16th centuries at Museum of Alhambra. This museum is spread across seven halls, each highlighting different aspects of the ...
Palacio de Carlos V, 18009 Granada, Spain
Phone: 00 34 958 027 929
Travel from Malaga to Granada
Day 6: Sunday July 5th : Granada Sightseeing Tour
Buffet breakfast at the hotel proceed to visit Monasterio Cartuja - Considered one of the most beautiful monasteries in the country and a fine example of Spanish Baroque architecture, Monasterio Cartuja took around 300 years to build. Sculptures and paintings fill its flamboyantly decorated interior, and you can’t miss the dome mural. Later proceed to visit Albayzin, Archive Saint John of God Museum and the Generalife. Overnight Stay at Hotel.
Buffet breakfast at the hotel, transfer on your own to Granada train station to take a train to Almeria. Almer’a is a city in Andalusia, Spain, situated in the southeast of Spain on the Mediterranean Sea. It is the capital of the province of the same name.ToponymAlmer’a originated with the need for a better defence system that the Arab towns in the area had. It was Abd-al-Rahman III who founded the Alcazaba (the Citadel), which gave this city its name as Al-Mariy-yat (the Watchtower).HistoryThe city was founded by Calipha Abd-ar-Rahman III of C—rdoba in 955 AD. It was to be a principal harbour in his extensive domain to strengthen his Mediterranean defences.Its Moorish castle, the Alcazaba of Almer’a, is the second largest among the Muslim fortresses of Andalusia, after the Alhambra. Upon arrival transfer to hotel. Rest of the day is leisure for your own.
The Alhambra the complete form of which was Calat Alhambra, is a palace and fortress complex located in Granada, Andalusia, Spain. It was originally constructed as a fortress ...
Alhambra, Calle Real de la Alhambra, s/n, 18009 Granada, Spain
Travel from Granada to Almeria
Day 8: Tuesday July 7th : Almeria Sightseeing Tour
Post breakfast proceed to visit Cathedral of Almeria - Cathedral of Almeria still appears as if it was completed yesterday. In fact, even though the cathedral was built in the 16th century, the last bell wasn't added to the bell tower until 1805. The north facade of the church is an ornate example of 16th-century architecture, designed by Juan de Orea and later proceed to visit Monumental Ensemble of La Alcazaba - Monumental Ensemble of La Alcazaba comprises two Muslim enclosures and a Christian one, all making up a fortress dating back 1,000 years. Considered a clean and well-preserved example, the lowest section has gardens, the second has buildings and baths, and the highest has a parade grounds, three towers, and a silo. Overnight stay at hotel.