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Madrid is all about spontaneity and even the best-laid plans tend to get forgotten after a couple of days as you slip into the swing of the city. Don’t feel guilty about abandoning your cultural agenda, it just means you’re behaving like a true Madrileno - a native or inhabitant of Madrid :-)
Madrid is a city so full of life and culture that it’s hard to do justice to it in a few paragraphs. Artistically the city holds its own against any in Europe, with the of the best art museums on the continent where renaissance masterworks and seminal 20th-century pieces are waiting to captivate you.
Take in all the historic sights and get the background on the Spanish Empire that spanned the globe in the 16th and 17th-centuries. There are also countless little things that make Madrid memorable, whether that’s a café con leche in a stately square, drinks at a rooftop bar or a wander through the Retiro or Casa de Campo on a sunny day.
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When you first arrive in Spain, you might have paella on your mind (you know—that delicious rice dish cooked in a giant cast iron skillet and topped with a variety of seafood and meat?!). But, there are SO many other delicious foods to try in Spain…
Did you know that the third Thursday of June is World Tapas Day? I’m not sure who makes up these days…but I want to be part of that team! I’m all for getting festive, so naturally, the only way to celebrate is by tasting all the tapas!
The Spaniards have mastered the way of bitesize meals. Whether that stems from eating dinner late, taking mid-day siestas, or simply wanting to sample a smattering of dishes: tapas are where it’s at!
Along with the ham, you’ll find tomato and olive oil…sometimes it’s served atop bread, other times it’s more like a charcuterie spread!
The best places to find good tapas are in tapas streets or neighborhoods—with several different tapas bars or taverns around each other.
For an authentic experience, look for a bar with locals! Avoid ones labeled “tapas bar” and those with English menus.
Lastly, order your drink before you order your tapas!
Flamenco is one of the most iconic forms of dance in the world, and as it originated in Spain, it is no surprise to find that it is a key part of the country’s culture.
Madrid has a range of venues that offer Flamenco shows with a traditional Spanish dinner, and this is a great way to enjoy some festive dancing and some good food at the same time.
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The third largest city in Spain, Valencia’s roots lie as a Roman settlement in 138 BC. A curious blend of influences, the city is fast becoming a cosmopolitan alternative to Madrid and Barcelona. The city comes alive with traditional festivals,
buildings and monuments and has an abundance of green gardens and parks, hence the nickname the City of the Flowers
There is a lot to see and do in Valencia. You could spend a day just at the City of Arts and Sciences and there are quite a few other excellent museums. There is no need to stick to a rigid plan, however, as just wandering around the old town you’ll come across the cathedral and the central market, not to mention countless cafes, tapas bars and tiny shops, while the newer part of the centre has streets lined with elegant art nouveau buildings. Cycling is made easy too with bike lanes everywhere.
See the Holy Grail
A Roman temple stood on this site, then a mosque, before Valencia Cathedral was built between the 13th and 15th centuries, mixing Romanesque, Gothic and Baroque features. It contains a chalice recognized by the Vatican as possibly the original Holy Grail used by Jesus at the Last Supper, as well as paintings by Goya and other major artists. Insider tip: It is well worth trudging up the 207 steps to the top of the Micalet bell tower for sweeping views across the blue-tiled domes and ochre roofs of the city to the Mediterranean and the surrounding countryside.
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700 BC The ancient Greeks first lay their eyes on Ibiza...
The history of Ibiza is one of cultural blend. The Pitiuses, as they are commonly named, have received visitors from all over the Mediterranean even before our era, and the diversity that makes up the islands' heritage can still be felt today...
During the 16th and 17th centuries ,the island suffered under continuous Ottoman pirate attacks. Walls and towers, including those surrounding Dalt Vila, were built then.
During the Succession War of the early 18th century, Castilian culture was imposed on the island by the new ruler, Felipe V, forbidding the use of Catalan language.
In 1975, Ibiza was returned to be a Catalan speaking territory. The popularity of Ibiza continued to grow as a major European holiday destination and as a result development soared.
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Make sure to watch the sunset from one of the many beachfront restaurants, sample delicious seafood and authentic Spanish tapas or enjoy a boat trip around the island on the Santa Eulalia Ferry.
Island comes alive at night thanks to the many bars, pubs and world-renowned nightclubs.
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Palma de Mallorca
With its thriving arts scene, top-notch restaurants, access to Blue Flag beaches and Gaudí-inspired architecture, Palma de Mallorca is the Barcelona of the Balearics.
Overlooking a crescent-shaped bay, Palma's characterful centre has been shaped by Romans, Moors and Christians and at its heart is an imposing Gothic cathedral and a maze-like Old Town.
Wander the labyrinthine streets of Palma's Old Town to see some of the city's top sights including its Gothic cathedral, La Seu. There's no greater example of Palma's rich and diverse heritage than this XIII masterpiece that was built on the site of a Moorish-era mosque and partly restored by Antoni Gaudí in 1901.
Explore the city's art galleries and see works by some of Spain's best creatives. The Museu Fundación Juan March's permanent collection features pieces by the likes of Picasso, Dalí and Miró, all housed in XVII century mansion
For the best views of Palma, head a couple of miles west to Bellver Castle. This Gothic-style fort was built for King James II of Mallorca in the XIV century and is one of Europe's few circular castles, it's the only one of its kind in Spain. From its hilltop position, you can enjoy spectacular views across the woods into Palma and out to sea. You can trace the origins of the city at the ground-floor museum of municipal history.
Ditch the walking shoes and feel the sand between your toes with an afternoon trip to the beach. The city's closest stretch of sand is the Blue Flag Ca'n Pere Antoni. It may be small but there are bars and restaurants at the eastern end of the beach and its urban location offers stunning views of the cathedral.
Active types can try their hand at watersports and the beach promenade is great for cycling, rollerblading and jogging.
Your 15 days, 14 night Itinerary
- Day 1: Fly to Madrid, start to enjoy your holiday and stay overnight.
- Day 2: Your second day in Madrid and stay overnight.
- Day 3: Your third day in Madrid and stay overnight.
- Day 4: After hotel check-out you will board a train to Valencia. Enjoy your afternoon, evening and stay overnight
- Day 5: Your day in Valencia and stay overnight.
- Day 6: After hotel check-out you will board a ferry to Ibiza. Enjoy your day in a new place and stay overnight
- Day 7: Your day in Ibiza and stay overnight.
- Day 8: Your day in Ibiza and stay overnight.
-Day 9: Your day in Ibiza and stay overnight.
Day 10. Your day in Ibiza and stay overnight.
Day 11: After hotel check-out you will board a ferry to Palma de Mallorca. Enjoy your day in a new place and stay overnight
Day 12. Your day in Palma de Mallorca and stay overnight.
Day 13. Your day in Palma de Mallorca and stay overnight.
Day 14. Your day in Palma de Mallorca and stay overnight.
-Day 15: After hotel check-out you will have your time before go to Palma de Mallorca airport and fly back.
* The price of the hotel is based on a double room, so you will need to buy a trip for two.
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*Travel Dream Club will provide you with a travel guide with a description of routes and historical places, as well as a “package of tips” from experienced travellers and you will have your holiday enjoyable and planned by your desire.
* You can change the dates of your holiday before full coordination of details and completed travel documents.
*No cancellation after full coordination of details and completed travel documents. Changes are possible, subject to availability.
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