5-Day Madrid to Barcelona Tour Package

5-Day Madrid to Barcelona Tour Package

Explore Spain in this wonderful, 5-Day Madrid to Barcelona Tour Package. Very affordable prices for a great trip! Most popular Spain tour package. Apart from Madrid and Barcelona, you will also visit wonderful city of Zaragoza.

Highlights
• Explore three of the best cities in Spain: Madrid, Zaragoza, and Barcelona; Guided tours and free time in Barcelona and Madrid
• Admission to Las Ventas bullring and Spanish Village included
• Rack railway to Montserrat
• Trip to Poblet Monastery in summer

5-Day Madrid to Barcelona Tour Package

Explore 3 great cities on a fantastic 5-day tour of Spain from Madrid to Barcelona. Las Ventas bullring, Poble Espanyol, and Montserrat train included.

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ITINERARY

Day 1: Madrid

Welcome to Madrid!

Upon arrival at the Adolfo Suárez Madrid–Barajas Airport, a driver be waiting to transfer you to your hotel. Our guide will be ready to welcome you and will provide the necessary information.

In the evening we’ll head to Plaza de Espana and Gran Via, a vibrant district where you can dine at your preferred restaurant, which multiple cuisines to choose from.

Day 2: Madrid

This morning, experience the city on a guided tour, showcasing the beautiful Plaza Mayor, the city’s broad and magnificent avenues, and myriad fountains.

We’ll also tour the interior of Plaza de Toros de Las Ventas, a gorgeous building that showcases the city’s great architecture. Here we’ll learn about the tradition of corridas (running with the bulls) in the museum. Next, we’ll take a walking tour of beautiful Retiro Park, enhanced by the lake and Crystal Palace.

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El Retiro Park

Afterwards you’ll be free to explore on your own. If you wish, there is an optional, own-expense visit to the Royal Palace.

At sunset we’ll head to Plaza de Oriente in the historic center of Madrid where you can enjoy dinner (own expense).

Day 3: Madrid – Zaragoza – Montserrat – Barcelona

We’ll depart early in the morning from Madrid and head towards the stunning region of Aragon, stopping in the city of Zaragoza. Here we’ll visit the magnificent Basilica del Pilar and then enjoy some free time in the city center.

Later, we’ll make our way to Catalunya and admire impressive rocky landscapes, making a special side trip to Montserrat Monastery (rack railway fare included). Then we’ll arrive at today’s destination, Barcelona!

Small Group Tour of Barcelona and Montserrat with Personal Pick-up

We’ll head to the Plaza de Colon and Maremagnum, a vibrant area right next to the sea. This is where the most innovative spirit of the city blends with its deep historic character.

Day 4: Barcelona

Today we’ll get to know Barcelona, an impressive city right on the Mediterranean. Our visit includes an informative city tour with a local expert and visit the city’s historic central area with its Gothic neighborhood dating back to the Middle Ages.

Then we will visit the area where the Olympic Games took place, as well as La Sagrada Familia, the magnificent basilica designed by architect Gaudi (admission not included).

Barcelona, Spain

Afterwards, we’ll head to Poble Espanyol (Spanish Village), an open-air architectural museum in one of the most emblematic areas of Barcelona. Be delighted by the best Spanish craftsmanship and discover the architectural styles, traditions and folklore of the different communities in Spain.

Then you’ll have free time to explore the city on your own. In the evening we’ll head to Las Ramblas and Plaza Cata­lunya area, where you can select from a great variety of restaurants for dinner.

If you like flamenco, you can check these most popular places to enjoy flamenco in Barcelona.

Day 5: Barcelona

After breakfast, our Spain package from Madrid to Barcelona tour will come to an end and we’ll say farewell. Safe travels!

Top attractions in Madrid

Here are some top attractions in Madrid you could visit and enjoy. There are, of course, dozens of attractions and landmarks in Madrid worth visiting and learning about the history of this amazing city.

El Retiro Park

El Retiro Park

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Royal Palace of Madrid

Royal Palace of Madrid

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Plaza Mayor Madrid

Plaza Mayor Madrid

The Plaza Mayor Madrid dates back to the 15th century when it was originally called the “Plaza del Arrabal” and was used as the main market of the town.

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Cheap flights and hotels discounts for Madrid

The peak season for flights to Madrid is February, October and December. The low season for purchasing tickets is May, June and July.

Madrid is served by these airports: Adolfo Suarez Madrid-Barajas Airport. Direct flights to Madrid are offered by 70 airlines. Most flights are with Iberia. Direct flights from Madrid, United States are airlines: American Airlines, United Airlines, Lufthansa, Air Canada, Aero Mexico and Saudi from New York, Los Angeles, Miami, Dallas, Orlando and Atlanta.

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Last Updated on June 6, 2021 by Admin @ gotravelyourself.com