Paradores and Pousadas

Sep. 23-Oct. 7, 2017 [waitlist only]
Sep. 28-Oct. 12, 2017 [waitlist only]

Tour Details

Number of days: 
Activity Level: 
Moderately Active
Max Passengers: 
Tour Operator: 
Odysseys Unlimited Inc.
Tour Brochure 
Final Brochure: Paradores & Pousadas867.33 KB
Tour Description 
  • Spend eight nights in distinguished historic lodgings in Portugal and Spain, including a restored 14th-century Arab fortress and a former palace dating to the 16th century.
  • Enjoy a city tour of Lisbon and take an excursion to the National Palace of Queluz, the former residence of Portuguese royalty.
  • Travel through Portugal’s lovely Alentejo district with its vineyards, olive groves, and agricultural fields.
  • Take a walking tour of charming Evora, a UNESCO World Heritage site and prosperous university town.
  • Explore the outstanding Roman ruins at Merida on the Spanish border.
  • Tour Seville, the Moorish capital of Spain’s Andalusia region, with time to explore on your own. Seville’s Cathedral is the world’s largest Gothic building.
  • Tour Cordoba’s important monuments, in particular, the Old Quarter built around the magnificent Mezquita mosque.
  • Spend two nights in charming Ronda, one of Spain’s oldest towns.
  • In Granada see the city’s undisputed highlight, the Alhambra and its acclaimed Generalife Gardens.
  • Visit Toledo, the capital of medieval Spain and former home of the artist El Greco.
  • Take time to explore on your own the many masterpieces of the Prado Museum.


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Does the tour includes overnight at Granada ?
Thank you for your question. According to the brochure, which can be viewed above, the only overnight stays are in: Lisbon, Evora, Carmona, Ronda, Ubeda, and Madrid. Please let us know if we can help you further.
Does the tour include the inside of the palace at the Alhambra. The brochure mentions the gardens and the citadel, but will it go inside the palace itself?

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