Tour from Costa del Sol to Tangier, Morocco

Tour from Costa del Sol to Tangier, Morocco

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Your tour of Tangier leads off with a panoramic view of the city, followed by a walking tour of the Medina (old quarter) and a stop at a typical bazaar for some fabulous shopping. You’ll also enjoy lunch in a traditional Moroccan restaurant, including a performance by belly dancers.

4-day Spain tour from Madrid

4-day Spain tour from Madrid

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In Granada to see the amazing Arab architecture of the Alhambra, last stronghold of the Moorish kingdoms until 1492 and one of Andalucia’s special highlights.; visit to the World Heritage city of Toledo before returning to Madrid. You’ll discover a glorious city filled with amazing medieval architecture, and take a walk into the past along its cobblestone alleyways.

Visiting Ibiza and Formentera

Visiting Ibiza and Formentera

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Sailing holiday in Ibiza and Formentera through Sant Antoni de Portmany can be an exciting vacation. This place has been a favorite tourist destination particularly by the British. There are several resto bars and nightclubs in this town making it one of Ibiza’s most active areas. Aside from this, Sant Antoni de Portmany also has eye-catching beaches.

Popular hotels and hostels in Ibiza

Popular hotels and hostels in Ibiza

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The famed Pacha Hotel is a luxurious boutique Ibiza hotel with 57 rooms. It has a clean crisp design, with white as the dominant color and simple lines. Its recent renovation has made it one of the best hotels in Ibiza, contemporary, and modern. It is famous for the Pacha nightclub, and it has a Jacuzzi, valet service, and other high class accommodations to make your stay in Ibiza truly unforgettable.

Hotel Rocamar, Ibiza

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Clients love the quietness in the Rocamar and enjoy relaxing at the hotel’s terrace with perhaps the most beautiful views on the Ibiza Bay and the old town capital.

Barcelona five star hotels

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If ready access to the city is what matters the most to you, then you cannot get a better option than Le Meridien. The hotel is on the famous Ramblas, the center of Barcelona’s hustle and bustle. Like other five-star hotels, it boasts of an amazing view of the Ramblas. Unfortunately, the hotel’s greatest draw also proves to be its greatest problem. Because most of the rooms in La Meridien overlook the Ramblas, guests can expect a little street noise. If you think you would not mind this, then book yourself into the Le Meridien. A basic double room can cost you between 330 and 360 Euros.

Barcelona La Mercé Festival

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Barcelona La Mercé Festival is a real big deal for the people of Barcelona and the still temperate weather means that, in true Mediterranean fashion, must of the fun takes place outside. There’s a massive amount to do whilst the festival is on with events popping up all over the city and over 3000 artists and performers on display with over 500 activities to watch or take part in.

Nightlife in Madrid

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Madrid’s night clubs are a fun experience. None card, and as long as you look about 18, you won’t have any problems getting in. Try Kapitol, across from metro stop Atocha, and Palacio Real (near Sol). Kapitol claims to be the biggest club in Europe. Both charge a cover of 12-15 euros and get busy at around 2 AM.

Granada Alhambra tours

Granada Alhambra tours

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After a brief stop in Riofrio, you’ll travel to Granada, an essential highlight of any trip to Spain. You’ll visit the Alhambra, Charles V Palace and the gardens of the Generalife, framed by the stunning backdrop of the Sierra Nevada Mountains.

Barcelona Hop-on Hop-off City Tour

Barcelona Hop-on Hop-off City Tour

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You can hop-on and off as many times as you like at any of the 44 stops. The Northern route and the Southern Route are two hours long, while the Forum route is 40 minutes long. The three tour routes are inter-connected so you can hop easily between each of the stops!

Toledo tour from Madrid

Toledo tour from Madrid

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A highlight of any visit to Toledo is seeing the famous paintings by the 16th-century master, El Greco. Toledo was the setting for many of El Greco’s artworks, and a tour highlight is The Burial of the Count of Orgaz in the church of St. Tome.

Gibraltar tour from Costa del Sol

Gibraltar tour from Costa del Sol

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Descending from the Rock, you have free time for shopping in the main street, where everything is sold from the latest designer fashions to what is probably the best known 100 percent cotton underwear in the world!