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Port Wine region, the Douro Valley; Lisbon: Colonial elegance; Santiago de Compostela: Place of Pilgrimage; Bilbao's Guggenheim; Comprehensive Barcelona city tour; Madrid: City tour & Prado; Granada & the Alhambra; Arab, Jewish, Christian, Roman, Visigothic legacies; Andalucia: Orange groves, flower-filled patios
Dates & PricesTo book this tour, please refer to the sidebar ►
Prices are in US Dollars (USD), before taxes (if applicable) - All pricing reflects per-person Land Only expenses, however, we can book flights from virtually every city. Please call us for an air quote.
|Start Date||End Date||Price||More Info|
|Thu 09 Apr 2015||Sat 02 May 2015||$6480|
|Thu 09 Jul 2015||Sat 01 Aug 2015||$6480|
|Thu 10 Sep 2015||Sat 03 Oct 2015||$6480|
Optional Single Supplement: $1150 (number of singles limited).
Referring to history as existing in a series of layers can be an analogy taken quite literally when we see how the Colegiata de Santa Maria church was built on the foundations of what was a Roman temple and a mosque at one time. Stepping into the capital of Portugal, Lisbon, we can observe how history, still alive through the city's ancient architecture, shines through the modern scenes of bustling markets and cafes. The Port Wine region was established as the world's first demarcated area for wine production in 1756 and it is still where a thriving industry exists today. Once we're in Santiago de Compostela, Spain, we can see how all the structures built out of massive granite blocks seem to blend the present with the past. While Portugal has a mosaic of time-periods co-existing in its architecture, Toledo blends various cultures, such as Arab, Jewish, Christian and Visigothic. In Cordoba, we see the Cathedral-Mosque, the only place in the world where a catholic cathedral stands in the centre of a mosque.
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