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Destination- Southern Europe - 13D10N NORTH SPAIN & PORTUGAL (APR - OCT)

Tour Highlights:


• Plaza Mayor

• Ciudad Monumental


• St. James pilgrimage route

• Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela

• Praza do Obradoiro

• Praza das Praterías

• Lurca


• Cathedral Square

• Plaza de Trascorrales

• Constitution Square


• Covadonga Sanctuary

• Blessed Virgin Mary


• El Sardinero beach


• Guggenheim Museum

• Vizcaya Bridge

• Mount Artxanda


• Playa de la Concha

• City Hall of San Sebastián


• Plaza del Castillo


• Porto Se Cathedral

• Clérigos Church

• Avenida dos Aliados

• Port Wine Tasting

Meal Plans:

10 Breakfasts, 7 Lunches, 7 Dinners

Special meals:





PORTO Eurostars Heroismo


Gran Hotel Los Abetos

OVEIDO Ayre Oviedo


BARCELONA Medinaceli Hotel

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Assemble at the airport and depart for Madrid, the central capital of Spain.
Upon arrival, enjoy the rest of the day free at leisure shopping and exploring the city or enhance your experience of two top Madrid attractions on this tour of El Escorial and the Valley of the Fallen (Valle de los Caidos) from Madrid. Delve into the opulent beauty of El Escorial, a palatial and monastic complex home to a striking basilica and a marble pantheon, and then marvel at the Valley of the Fallen’s colossal cross, dedicated to lives lost in the Spanish Civil War.
Today, depart for Caceres, a city in western Spain's Extremadura region. With contemporary suburbs wrapped around its ancient heart, the focal point of the city is the Plaza Mayor, one of the most striking public piazzas in Spain and home of the Moorish tower of Torre del Bujaco. From here the labyrinthine old streets, turreted defense walls, archways and shady, cobbled squares of the Ciudad Monumental rise uphill in a jumble of Roman archways, Mudejar towers, gargoyle-smothered Gothic churches and Renaissance palaces. A stroll around the silent streets uncovers townhouses at several stories high and embellished with coats of arms, tiny courtyards crammed with greenery, a miniscule Jewish quarter, and several thoughtfully presented historical museums.
Cross over to Portugal today and visit Porto, a coastal city in northwest Portugal known for its stately bridges and port wine production. Take into sights of Porto Se Cathedral, Clérigos Church, and Avenida dos Aliados with your guide. Descend to a wine cellar to sample world-renowned Port wine, a Portuguese fortified wine produced exclusively in the Douro Valley in the northern provinces of Portugal. You can then choose to take an optional cruise on the Douro River and sail beneath Porto’s famous six bridges, the crowning feature of which is Ponte de Don Luis I, and enjoy a picturesque perspective of the city from the river. Tonight, dine in a local restaurant with excellent views of the Duero River and enjoy dinner.
Travel to the pilgrim city of Santiago de Compostela, capital of Spain’s Galicia region and also the final destination of the Way of St. James pilgrimage route. Embark on a city tour to visit the famed Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela, a marvellous work that combines various architectural styles with an incredible La Gloria portico that features 200 figures with reference to the Apocalypse, among which includes one of Saint James welcoming the pilgrims. Tour the surrounding Praza do Obradoiro and Praza das Praterías as your local guide explains about the pilgrimage route and the history behind why thousands of pilgrims make the long journey to arrive at this sacred site.
We will do a photostop in this Asturian fishing village of Luarca before soak up its seafaring atmosphere en route to Oviedo, the city of squares. Oviedo's Cathedral Square leads to the Square of Alfonso II the Chaste, the site of the palaces of Valdecarzana and la Rúa. Proceed from there to the oldest part of the historic quarter, Plaza de Trascorrales, which houses the former exchange. Continue to Constitution Square, the site of the 18th-century City Hall building and the Church of San Isidoro. Finally stop off at the lively Daoíz y Velarde, which is home to coloured houses with porches opening out onto this area, serving natural cider.
Drop by the village of Covadonga to visit the historic Covadonga Sanctuary, which comprises of a neo-Romanesque basilica alongside a holy cave dedicated to the Blessed Virgin Mary. We arrive in Santander is an elegant city which extends over a wide bay with views of the Cantabrian Sea. Its historic quarter includes a group of majestic buildings which are situated against an incredible natural backdrop of sea and mountains. Its marine and commercial tradition is linked to a century old history of tourism, which has its main attractions in the famous El Sardinero beach, the promenade and the La Magdalena peninsula.
Spend the day at leisure in elegant Santander. Relax on the sun-kissed shores of one of the nearby playas, amble through the charming Old Town or perhaps join an extra excursion to the coastal town of Comillas, with its cobbled streets and castle. Consider a visit to Gaudí's El Capricho, built in the late 19th century as a summer villa, then the museum dedicated to the Altamira Caves.
Depart for Bilbao, a tough, industrial metropolis surrounded by green mountains. Make a pit stop at the Guggenheim Museum – an extraordinary titanium-clad construction seeks to challenge assumptions about art and architecture; and the Vizcaya Bridge for some outstanding pictures. Then, head up to the summit of Mount Artxanda for some exceptional views of the city. Journey onwards to San Sebastián, a lovely resort town known for its picturesque beaches. Take an orientation tour to get a first-hand look at one of its famous beaches, Playa de la Concha, and the City Hall of San Sebastián, a grand, imposing structure that used to house the old Gran Casino. Then, we make our way to Pamplona for the night.
The feisty former capital of Navarre takes centre stage today. We follow in the footsteps of thousands of exhilarated runners and hot-blooded bulls, exploring Pamplona's ancient city walls and Plaza del Castillo, the heart of the city where markets, tournaments and even bullfighting have taken place. Then, we’ll make our way to Barcelona, the cosmopolitan capital of Spain’s Catalonia region.
Spend your day at your leisure for some good shopping that Barcelona can offer. You could also go for an extra excursion to Montjuic Hill & Poble Espanyol, a Spanish village in city Barcelona. Wandering along the museum, you can come across various types of authentic Spanish architecture that differ according to the region’s resources and climate. The Poble Espanyol features palaces, stately homes, religious edifices, squares and pleasant streets which reveals the country’s sometimes unexplored beauty. This architectural museum also has over 40 craft workshops in which visitors can witness how many different objects are made and can also purchase them, making great souvenirs for friends and family and end with a flamenco dance and dinner.
Enjoy the rest of the day at leisure till it is time to transfer to the airport for your flight home.
We hope you enjoyed your trip with our company and we look forward to seeing you again for your next trip.
• (Madrid) El Escorial and Valley of the Fallen: 65 EUR • (Santander) Neo Caves of Altamira with Santillana del Mar and Comillas: 65 EUR • (Barcelona) Montjuic Hill & Poble Espanyol + Flamenco Show & Dinner: 139 EUR These additional activities enrich your experiences; however it is entirely optional and will be at your own discretion. Minimum group size may apply and subject to schedule
• A minimum group size of 15 passengers is required for a confirmed departure. • The sequence of the itinerary, flight schedules and hotels are subject to change without prior notice in the event of unforeseen circumstances. • All activities are subject to weather conditions. • During major events and festivals, accommodation may be re-located to outside of the city or in another city without prior notice.


  • Do note that the third bed for triple room may be a "roll-away" bed.
  • The below chart serves a guideline and may not be applicable to all destinations.
  • For maximum comfort, we highly recommend a family of four to stay in two rooms.
  • If extra bed are not available, passengers will be put into : 1 Standard Double / Twin Room + 1 Standard Single Room
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  • Prices shown are just guideline and are not guaranteed until purchase is completed.
  • Price shown are in SGD
  • Prices based on twin sharing, and does not include airport taxes and fuel surcharges, optional tours and gratitude for local guides, drivers and tour leaders, if applicable
  • All tours subject to group size for confirmation
  • Land arrangement excludes flight arrangements, optional tours and gratitude for local guides, drivers and tour leaders, if applicable
  • Tour fare does not include visa charges. Passengers have to ensure that they hold a valid visa to enter their destination country. Please refer to http://cibtvisas.sg for visa requirement and charges


Tour code: ESNSPS

Float through two of Europe’s finest countries, staying south where the nights never fizzleand the days can surely sizzle. We’ll commence in Spain’s capital then drift into Portugal’s inimitable culture and leg it north to find Bull Fest fame.

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