Spain: Barcelona, Mallorca, Seville - April 16th - 28th, 2024

11-Nights, 4-star properties With Air - Just $3,650

This trip has been months in the planning and is what we proudly feel is now worthy of our audience  It will make for an amazing journey for sure, taking us to Barcelona for 3-nights, Mallorca for 4-nights and Seville for 4-nights.

We start off in Barcelona for our first 3 nights. The first human settlements in Barcelona date back to Neolithic times. The city itself was founded by the Romans who set up a colony called Barcino at the end of the 1st century BC. The 20th century ushered in widespread urban renewal throughout Barcelona city, culminating in its landmark Eixample district. The Catalan Antoni Gaudí, one of the most eminent architects, designed buildings such as the Casa Milà (known as La Pedrera, the Catalan for stone quarry), the Casa Batlló and the Sagrada Família church, which have become world-famous landmarks. Overlooking the Mediterranean Sea, Barcelona is one of Europe’s trendiest cities. Much of the activity revolves around Las Ramblas, a series of narrow streets and alleys packed with restaurants, nightclubs and a vibrant pedestrian market.

We'll enjoy touring the city with a bus and guide plus we'll be offering some great optional day trips including Montserrat, just an hour's drive northwest of Barcelona. Montserrat is both a magnificent and breathtaking mountain range and a place of recollection. A major symbol of Catalan culture. Several types of visits can therefore lead you there. The Montserrat Monastery, its Abbey, the Moreneta - the black Madonna - and the Escalonia. There's also a cable car that can take us to the highest peak of the mountain range and also the possibility of wine tasting at a local winery.

Another optional tour from Barcelona is a day trip to Girona and Costa Brava. Girona is an easy and worthy day trip from Barcelona. A delightful city badly damaged by French troops in 1809 but which nowadays boasts many interesting sights including the Passeig Arqueologic (Archaeological Walk), a pleasant walkway along the old ramparts of the city. See the Iglesia de Sant Feliu, dating from the 14th century as well as the 15th century cathedral, which has some Catalan Baroque style but is mainly gothic. The Jewish quarter is very interesting to explore and the city boats many fine restaurants, bars and shops. Much of the city's charm comes from its narrow medieval streets-with frequent stairways, as required by the steep terrain.

Next up is Mallorca. We'll have 4-nights to explore and enjoy this beautiful island. For many years Mallorca has been a favorite nautical destination for Europeans and Spanish people due to a variety of reasons. But the main reason is that it is an extraordinarily beautiful place in the Mediterranean, with crystal-clear waters and an ideal weather.

Mallorca is the largest of the Balearic Islands and has many interesting attractions for tourists.  Our hotel is idyly located in the harbor, just a few minutes walk from the Old Towne in Palma. Attractions in and around Palma de Mallorca include the city's dramatic seafront Cathedral (La Seu) - which was constructed in the 13th century and took almost 400 years to complete; the Parc de la Mar - a tiered park offering splendid views of the waterfront; and the grand Almudaina Palace - a formal royal residence dating back almost 700 years. There are many museums in Mallorca, offering interesting information about the island and its history, which dates back to ancient times and boasts traces of Roman and Arab civilizations. Appeaing art galleries are also present on Mallorca, exhibiting various works of art, such as the Museu d'Art Espanyol Contemporani, which has paintings by Pablo Picasso, Joan Miro and Salvador Dali.

Our 4-star hotel here is situated on the harbor a short walk into the main old town area and we have paid an extra fee to guarantee everyone sea view rooms!

After 4-nights in Mallorca we will fly off to Seville. Our hotel is perfectly situated within easy walking distance to all the attractions including the wonderful palace of Alcazar and the Catedral de Seville and Giralda Tower, the largest Gothic building in the world and the third-largest church in Europe. It is truly impressive.

According to legend, Seville was founded by Hercules and its origins are linked with the Tartessian civilisation. It was called Hispalis under the Romans and Isbiliya with the Moors. The high point in its history was following the discovery of America in 1492. For all its important monuments and fascinating history, Sevilla is universally famous for being a joyous town. While the Sevillians are known for their wit and sparkle, the city itself is striking for its vitality.

From Seville we plan to offer a couple of wonderful day trips including Ronda or even a trip across the Strait of Gibraltar to visit Tangier. Ronda was one of our favorite towns on our last visit to Spain.Ronda sits in the heart of the Serrania de Ronda, about 100kms from the city of Malaga and with apopulation of approximately 35,000 inhabitants. Surrounded by lush river valleys and sitting above a deep ravine, it is a place that literally takes your breath away when seeing it. Anyone who has been lucky enough to visit Ronda will understand its appeal. It is one of the most beautiful and visited cities in Spain (the third most visited city in Andalucia).

Another day trip will be to cross the Strait of Gibraltar and visitTangier, Morocco. Tangier has for centuries been Europes's gateway to Africa. Its blend of cultures and influences is unique in Morocco – for much of its history it wasn't evengoverned by Morocco. Tangier is built on the slopes of a chalky limestone hill. The old town (medina), enclosed by 15th-century ramparts, is dominated by a casbah, the sultan’s palace (now a museum of Moroccan art), and the Great Mosque. European quarters, whose populations have declined considerably since integration with Morocco in 1956, stretch to the south and west. Tangier has been the summer site of the Moroccan royal residence since 1962.

That will wrap up our Spain 2024 trip. It's a nice pace with great flights, hotels and tours that we're sure you'll enjoy. We only need a $200 deposit to sign you up. Early sign-ups will always be considered for any potential upgrades.


  • International and domestic air with departure taxes
  • 11-nights hotel accommodations (double occ.)
  • All transfers
  • Daily breakfast
  • 3 walking city tours with guide - Barcelona, Mallorca and Seville

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SINGLE SUPPLEMENT (your own room only if you choose otherwise we will match you with a roommate)- $1,050

Our group air: Deduct $1,025 with your own international air You will book your air to arrive in Barcelona and depart from Seville. We will still include the domestic flights to/ from Mallorca).

Iberia Airlines

Not Included: 

  • Optional Tours as listed above

Deposit to sign up - $200

Our Hotels:

Hotel Barcelo Raval - website - tripadvisor review
The Barceló Raval **** superior seeks to convey the essence of the most cosmopolitan city in the Mediterranean and therefore stands next to the lively dynamism of the Ramblas and close to landmarks such as Plaza Catalunya, the Liceu theater, the Boqueria market or the Cathedral. Its philosophy and cosmopolitan design connect with the city and make it one of the best hotels in Barcelona. When guests ask what makes Barceló Raval stand out from other urban hotels in Barcelona, they will quickly understand once they see the innovative lobby and admire the city's skyline from the marvelous 360° terrace. The entire hotel has been designed for you to connect with Barcelona, including its gastronomy, culture, and passion for everything modern. In other words, to ensure you have a genuine cosmopolitan experience in a city that is as beautiful as it is endless. The urban DNA runs through the veins of Barceló Raval.

Meliá Tryp Bellver - website - tripadvisor review

On the Paseo Marítimo seafront promenade in Palma with spectacular views of the bay and Palma Cathedral, this hotel provides comfortable and bright rooms with a terrace. Savour a surprising and varied choice of dining options and a fantastic outdoor pool

  • Rooms with fantastic views of the marina, seafront promenade and Cathedral
  • Outdoor pool with pool bar, large terrace and mini gym
  • Business centre equipped with the latest technology
  • Superb breakfast buffet overlooking the Mediterranean Sea


Hotel Bécquer - website - tripadvisor review

Bécquer Hotel boasts of about a great location at a unique and privileged enclave inside the city of Seville.  Right in the historical center, the Hotel invites to have a walk through city streets, to get to know its corners, admire its arquitecture.

It was built in the old Palace House of the Marqueses de las Torres, keeping significant elements such as Renaissance grilles, coffered ceilings, etc.

The Cathedral, the Giralda Tower of Santa Cruz Neighborhood are within five minutes on foot. But Seville is immensely Rich and its possibilities are immense.

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