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Three countries. Two continents. And one electrifying trip through Iberia. Strap yourself in as we take on Spain’s buzzing cities, Portugal’s cultural hot-spots and Morocco’s vibrant metropolises - with HEAPS of delicious, diverse food to try and PLENTY of sangria, cava and port to wash it down with. Want the culture and the nightlife? The beach and the cities? The icons and the lesser-known-gems? Go no further. This is it.

Bucket List Inclusions

Driving tour of Barcelona

Walking tour of Valencia

Guided tour of Fes

Guided tour of Volubilis

Visit the 'blue city' of Chefchaouen

Walking tour of Seville

Guided tour of Lisbon

Port tasting at a winery in Porto

Visit Sintra

Walking tour of Porto

Driving tour of Madrid

Visit the Valley of the Fallen

Orientation tour of Segovia

Orientation tour of San Sebastián

Visit Zaragoza

More Inclusions

20 breakfasts, 0 lunches, 9 dinners

4 nights in hotel upgrades, 16 nights in hostels

Awesome Trip Leader and Driver


Modern air-conditioned coach with free Wi-Fi

Group Size


Start/Finish Times

Start time:
Meet 14:00 in Barcelona

Finish time:
Approximately 09:00 in Barcelona

Bienvenidos to the city of art nouveau, alluring accents and (most importantly) tapas. After meeting the group, the city will be yours – so be sure to get out there and tick off the likes of the Sagrada Família, the Columbus Monument and Las Ramblas. Then: fuel up for the notorious nightlife with a feast of local cuisine. Here’s to an amazing trip!

You’ve got a whole morning to spend in Barcelona, so jump at the chance to catch up on anything you might have missed yesterday. Later on, we’ll head to Valencia – with a pit stop at the Cava caves along the way. Anyone up for going inside to explore the dark, narrow tunnels and spiralling staircases?

We’ve cleared your schedule so you can spend a whole day exploring the birthplace of paella. Check out the Old Quarter for some serious throwback charm – or just, you know, hit the beach. We won’t judge. Later, there’s an optional pub crawl to get involved in, so brace your beer-swilling arm.

Today we’ll make the scenic journey to Granada, the last Moorish city in Spain to fall to the Christians. Ready to discover why this is place is the hottest destination in Andalusia? Yeah, you are!

First things first: take in the impressive Moorish architecture of the Albaycín district, an area photogenically set against the backdrop of the Sierra Nevada mountains. Cue an endless stream of Instagram-worthy pics! Later on, why not treat yourself to some local cuisine for dinner? Pro tip: most places serve free tapas with your beverage. Yessss.

Next up: the ‘blue city’ of Chefchaouen. Welcome to one of the prettiest towns in Morocco! Feel free to wander around filling up your camera roll with colourful pics while you’re here – and make sure you check out the Kasbah, too.

Spend the day checking out the ruins of Volubilis, which was once the ruling centre of the Roman province of Mauritania. This ancient site dates back to 40 AD – which explains why the ville nouvelle (or 'new city') neighborhood of Fes bears its name, despite being 700 years old. We're going local for dinner again tonight. In other words: tagine!

Tick off the Royal Palace, the Jewish neighbourhood, the UNESCO-listed medina and a leather tannery on a walking tour with a local guide. Then: hunt down a hammam and lose yourself in a labyrinth of souks and cobblestone streets. Whatever you do, bring your bargaining pants and embrace the centuries-old tradition of paying what you want for things, not what you're told they cost!

Today: say hello to the whitewashed wonder that is the seaside town of Asilah. This place oozes Greek island vibes, and will no doubt impress with its burgeoning art scene and unbelievable selection of tapas restaurants.

Leave the tagines for paella – we’re off to Seville! Did you know? According to legend, the city was founded 3,000 years ago by Hercules. Lawrence of Arabia, Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones, Kingdom of Heaven and season five of Games of Thrones were all filmed or partly filmed here. To be fair – when you look as good as Seville, it must be hard not to show off!

What will you do on your free day in Seville? Our suggestion: visit the Real Alcázar. This palace is the most stunning example of Mudéjar architecture found on the Iberian Peninsula. If you’ve got time, you could also take a wander around the Plaza de España and the cathedral. Your date tonight: an optional hot and spicy flamenco show.

Flirt with Spain's girl next door and discover why Lisbon is basically the San Francisco of Europe. While you’re here, let the Jeronimos Monastery and the World Heritage-listed Belem Tower feed your daily dose of history. Then: a local meal will sustain a night of dancing in Bairro Alto. Oi!

Time to get friendly with Portugal’s capital city on foot. Check out the medieval maze that is Alfama, the oldest neighbourhood in Lisbon, or venture up to São Jorge Castle for epic views and a history lesson on Moorish culture. Afterwards, wind down in the Botanical Gardens. Quick fact: this place was built by a Portuguese king who wanted one of every type of plant in the world. Sprawl out, have a picnic and get in touch with nature.

If you think Porto has something to do with port wine, you're right. On our way there, we’ll have just enough time for a quick stop in Sintra – where we’ll visit the Palácio Nacional da Pena and Vila Nova de Gaia.

First today, we’ll take a look round Ribeira (Porto’s famous old town) on a guided walking tour. Here, medieval streets, quirky alleyways and hand-painted azulejos culminate in a stunning port – complete with plenty of traditional fishing boats. UNESCO rates it, and so should you! Then: rest your legs on an optional cruise down the Douro river. Did we mention there’s also a port tasting on the cards for today? Let’s do this!

Today it’s up and onwards to the old haunts of Picasso, Dalí, Miró and a whole bunch of other enviably creative artists from the ritzy 1920s. Get acquainted with the city on a driving tour, then gather with the crew for a tasty included dinner this evening.

Another day to roam free! Check out the Royal Palace (the home of one of Europe's oldest monarchies), then stroll through the expansive Plaza Mayor, get your art fix at the Prado Museum and make like a local at one of the buzzing bistros in Malasaña – an über trendy neighbourhood with a unique character and a provocative past. If you fancy it, there’s an optional food tour to get on board with (elasticated clothing recommended).

Next up: San Sebastián. On the way, we’ll swing by the Valley of the Fallen memorial and the city of Segovia – another World Heritage-listed gem. Let’s just say dinner will be well deserved, you history buffs, you.

Wake up! Who needs the snooze button when you’re in the surfing paradise that is San Sebastián? While here, you'll discover exactly why this Basque hotspot is known for its beaches – and, of course, it's infectious tapas culture. Pintxos, bite-size snacks served on sticks (think olives, but bigger mouthfuls) are all the rage in this region. Head to Parte Vieja to eat yourself silly..

After a stop in Zaragoza, we’ll wind our way back to Barcelona for a final sangria (or two). What better way to toast the end of our adventure? Salud!

Should you stay or should you go? Your call, but we're outta here after breakfast.

Barcelona, Spain

Explore the Cava caves: 15 EUR

Valencia, Spain

Pub crawl: 15 EUR

Seville, Spain

Flamenco Show: 32 EUR

Madrid, Spain

Food tour of Madrid: 50 EUR

Porto, Portugal

Boat cruise down the Douro River: 15 EUR

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