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Seville, Cordoba & Granada

The region of Andalusia in the South of Spain is rich in history and is the source of many iconic elements of Spanish culture, such as bullfighting, flamenco dancing, and Moorish architecture.
Our exploration of Andalusia begins in Seville, the seat of economic power during Spain’s colonization of the Americas. Students will visit the Alcázar and the Cathedral of Seville – the largest Gothic cathedral in the world. Travel by train to Cordoba, once the capital of the Moorish Caliphate of Córdoba, then to Granada, site of the impressive Alhambra palace complex, as well as the burial place of the Catholic Monarchs Ferdinand & Isabella.


Day City Overview
1AirborneMeet your Program Director at the airport for an overnight flight to Spain!
2SevilleArrive in Seville and navigate to hotel by public transportation. Explore the neighborhood and find lunch around Plaza Nueva. Enjoy a guided walking tour of the city, followed by a visit to the Cathedral of Seville.
3SevilleVisit the Museo de Bellas Artes for an in-depth exploration of Spanish painters, followed by a guided tour of the Plaza de Toros de la Maestranza. Visit the Alcázar of Seville then explore the neighborhood around Plaza de España.
4SevilleDay trip to the Roman ruins of Italica, then return to Seville for an afternoon of shopping and a river cruise on the Guadalquivir. Flamenco show at Tablao El Arenal.
5CordobaCatch an early train to Cordoba. Check in to the hotel, then visit the Mezquita, the Sinagoga, and the Alcázar de los Reyes Cristianos.
6GranadaTake the train to Granada, and check in to the hotel. Visit the Cathedral of Granada and the tomb of Ferdinand & Isabella. Trek up to the Albaicín neighborhood for a great view of the Alhambra.
7GranadaSpend the day exploring the Alhambra of Granada and the Jardines del Generalife, followed by a visit to the teterías of the Caldería Nueva.
8GranadaA morning trip to the village of Nigüelas for a guided tour of an olive oil producer, then return to Granada for the group picnic, an afternoon of shopping, and the farewell dinner.
9AirborneFlight Home. ¡Adiós España!