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Delve Deep: Spain & Portugal

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(Previously called: Trail of Columbus)

TRIP VIBE = iconic sights and in-depth adventures with a local Trip Leader.

Want all the top highlights Spain and Portugal have to offer, but also MORE? Welcome to your insider guide. From Lisbon to Barça, lose yourself amongst the cobbled streets of Portugal's vibrant cities. Eat your way around Spain's foodie hotspots. Cruise down Porto's mighty river sipping sweet wine. And uncover the hidden historic gems of Sintra and Zaragoza. Forget skimming the surface: this is the real deal.

Bucket List Inclusions

Lisbon highlights drive

Traditional fado show with dinner

Visit Sintra

Walking tour of Porto with Trip Leader

Port wine tasting experience

Madrid highlights drive

Visit the Valley of the Fallen

Orientation walk of Segovia with Trip Leader

Orientation walk of San Sebastián with Trip Leader

Visit Zaragoza

Barcelona highlights drive

More Inclusions

4 breakfasts, 1 lunches, 2 dinners

-9 nights in hotel-style accommodation (twin or double)

Transport

Air-conditioned minicoach

Group Size

20

Start/Finish Times

Start time:
Meet 16:00 in Lisbon

Finish time:
Approximately 09:00 in Barcelona



History. Culture. Food. And some seriously booty-burning hills. Dump your stuff at the hotel, say olá to your fellow explorers, and strap in for a drive around this electric city to tick off some of Lisbon’s A-lister sights. And tonight? We’re diving head first into Portuguese heritage with an included dinner and a traditional fado show. Fado music (think super-passionate folk songs) was born in Lisbon in the 19th century, so there’s no better place to experience it. Sit back and let it all sink in. You’re really here.

Today is your day, your way. Spend your free time ticking off those bucket list items AND exploring the backstreets. Beat the crowds and get up early to ride Lisbon’s famous yellow 28 tram. Check out the winding medieval maze that is Alfama (Lisbon’s oldest neighbourhood). Venture up to São Jorge Castle for epic views and a history lesson on Moorish culture. Check out the colourful street art in Mouraria. Then grab yourself some pastéis de nata (binge-worthy custard tarts) and relax in the Botanical Gardens. Fact: this place was built by a Portuguese king who wanted one of every type of plant in the world (meaning: boho vibes galore). Tonight, dinner is on you but head to the Time Out Market and you’re guaranteed to find something totally drool-worthy. Then: wind things up at a cosy rooftop wine bar in Bairro Alto. This is what you came for.

No guesses on what Porto is famous for. But before your inner wine connoisseur gets too excited – we’ll make a stop in the fairytale town of Sintra. You’ll have plenty of free time to check out this UNESCO World Heritage-listed town in all its glory – ticking off the likes of the Castle of the Moors and the technicolour Pena Palace (pssst book your tix in advance). Make some time to stop off at Fábrica das Verdadeiras Queijadas da Sapa – they’ve been serving queijadas (small pastries filled with goodness) since 1756. Then: we’ll roll onto Porto, where the evening’s yours to get lost in a maze of cobbled streets and fancy blue-tiled buildings.

Time to delve a bit deeper – lace up those Nikes, we’re gonna take a look around Porto’s medieval streets, quirky alleyways and picture-perfect port on a walking tour. Pass by Porto Cathedral. Gape at Palácio da Bolsa. Count your blessings at San Francisco Church. And check out the hand-painted azulejos (colourful tiles) in San Bento Station. Then: the rest is up to you – but we reckon an optional cruise down the mighty Douro River is the best way to spend the afternoon. Or you can head to Matosinhos Beach to work on those European tan lines. Later, tickle your taste buds with an included port wine tasting experience before hitting one of the local rooftop bars for allll the views (top tip: ask for white port and tonic *chef’s kiss*).

Today it’s up and onwards to the old haunts of Picasso, Dalí, Miró and a whole bunch of other enviably creative artists – Madrid, we’re coming for you. Our fact-filled Trip Leader will help us get better acquainted with the Spanish capital on a driving tour – ticking off the likes of the Royal Palace, Temple of Debod, Plaza Mayor and Mercado de San Miguel. Then? Time to hunt down some local eats: keep the cultural theme going with a visit to one of the Lavapiés district’s arty cafés. And later: gather the gang and hit the d-floor in trendy Chueca.

You wanted more time to explore – so here’s a free day we prepared earlier. Go get it. Check out the Royal Palace: the home of one of Europe's oldest monarchies. Stroll through the expansive Plaza Mayor. Get your tapas fix along Calle de Cave Baja. Make eyes at the masterpieces in Museo del Prado (aka Madrid’s Louvre). Take in all the views from Palacio de Cibeles. Grab yourself some churros and take a stroll around El Retiro Park. There’s even an optional food tour on offer. Then: seek out a buzzing bistro for dinner in the Malasaña district – an über trendy neighbourhood with a unique character and a provocative past. Ready for round two of chocolate-covered churros? No judgement here.

Next up: San Sebastián. On the way, we’ll swing by the Valley of the Fallen – a memorial to those killed during the Spanish Civil War. Then: roll into World Heritage-listed Segovia to check out the Aqueduct, Cathedral and Disney-like Alcázar de Segovia castle. Today lunch’s on us, and we’re going the whole hog (literally) with cochinillo asado – roast suckling pig, a local speciality that gives off some serious Game of Thrones banquet vibes. Once you’ve dined like a king it’s back on the coach – the beachside buzz of San Seb is calling. For the best vibes after dark, make a beeline for Plaza de la Constitució. What. A. Day.

Forget hitting snooze, this Basque hotspot is begging to be explored. Get your bearings on an orientation walk around town. DW, our in-the-know Trip Leader will point out the best pintxos places along the way. Then the rest is up to you. Join the crowd of beachgoers at La Concha. Hit the surf with the locals. Jump on a ride at one the oldest theme parks in the world. Or take a cold beer up Urgull Hill for incredible views over the bay. Later, choose your pants wisely – if you’re embarking on a pintxos-bar-crawl through the Old Town tonight, or heading to Bar Borda Berri for some slow-roasted beef (melt-in-your-mouth good), you’re gonna’ need a LOT of room.

Quick maths: this is our last full day. So, make every second count. We’ll make a pit stop in one of the most underrated cities in Spain: Zaragoza. Check out the impressive Basílica de Nuestra Señora del Pilar, stroll past the ancient Roman walls and grab a bite to eat at the historic Central Market. After, we’ll get the run around Barça on a driving tour before heading to dinner with the gang. Grab your glass of sangria and get cheers-ing. This has been one incredible adventure.

We delved deep. We experienced MORE. And now it's time to say goodbye (we’re not crying, you are). Swap those socials and get planning that reunion trip – who’s up for round two next year?

FYI: these are optional activities available locally. Things might change - prices are here to give you a rough idea.

-Boat cruise down the Douro River: from €15

-Food tour of Madrid: from €50

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