Spanish Vacation in Madrid, Seville, Grenada, and Malaga
Included in this vacation package:
- Round-trip airfare from New York (JFK) or O’Hare (ORD)
- One night at Melia Sol Don Pedro in Malaga, one night at Carmen Saray Hotel in Granada, and two nights at Tryp Madrid Chamberi Hotel
- Daily breakfast
- One way rental car from Malaga to Madrid
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Malaga Situated on the Costa del Sol, the city of Malaga basks in sunshine for more than 300 days a year. This consistently pleasant weather makes the beaches a big draw. One of the most popular is Playa Las Acacias, a stretch of gray sand near rocky coves and colorful boutiques.
Malaga is also renowned as the birthplace of Pablo Picasso. At the city’s Picasso Museum, you can check out over 200 of the artist’s works, including some rare paintings from his family’s private collection.
A Moorish vibe can be felt throughout Granada, but nowhere as strongly as at the Alhambra, a fortress, palace, and garden complex dating back to the 9th century. Inside the palace, you’ll find arched doorways, intricate woodwork, and ornate tiles. In the adjacent gardens, exotic cypress trees and palms surround placid reflecting pools and paths.
Seville Seville’s Alcazar palace spans several different architectural styles, including Islamic and Gothic. On a tour, you can see marble columns, vaulted hallways, and salons that are still frequented by royalty. Outside, labyrinthine gardens are dotted with fountains, grottos, orange groves, and statues.
Visit the Real Maestranza for an up-close look at Seville’s long-standing tradition of bullfighting. Spectators still clamor to watch the sport at this 250-year-old bullring. There’s also a museum onsite that displays historical photos, matador costumes, and playbills signed by celebrity bulls.
Madrid You’ll spend two nights in Madrid, Spain’s vibrant and dynamic capital city. A must-see is the acclaimed Prado Museum, where you can gaze at masterpieces by Velazquez, El Greco, Goya, and dozens of others from Spain and beyond. The Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum is also worth checking out. Stop by the Royal Palace of Madrid for a look at some of the grand building’s more than 3,000 rooms. Among the highlights: a small but dazzling room where the walls and ceiling are covered in hundreds of elaborately decorated porcelain tiles.
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Frequently Asked Questions
1. How much would it cost to fly from an airport not listed as part of this deal?
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2. Can we extend our trip before or after the promotional dates for the deal?
Yes, you may extend your trip for a supplemental fee at the time of booking.
3. How do I find out if the dates I want to travel are available?
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4. What happens if I buy the Groupon and my travel dates are not available?
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5. Does my child need a Groupon, and can they stay in my room?
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