7-Day Spain Tour Package with Lisbon from Madrid. Seeking a comprehensive 7-day tour of Spain from Madrid including destinations in Catalonia, Valencia, and Andalucia – AND Lisbon? Look no further.
- A comprehensive guided tour of the major destinations in Spain
- Option to visit major attractions at your own expense
- 6-night hotel accommodations
- 6 continental breakfasts
- Overnight in Lisbon, Portugal
- Sightseeing in Madrid and Barcelona
- UNESCO World Heritage sites in Andalucia
Day 1: Madrid – Zaragoza
In Madrid, the capital of Spain, we will begin our sightseeing tour. You’ll see the Cibeles Fountain, Plaza Mayor, Plaza de Espana, Plaza de Colon, and Madrid’s Royal Palace from the motorcoach, eventually arriving at Puerta del Sol. We’ll say goodbye to Madrid later in the afternoon and travel to Saragossa.
Day 2: Zaragoza – Barcelona
We will travel to Barcelona from the hotel in or near Zaragoza, where you will see the Columbus Monument, La Rambla, and the Sagrada Familia from the outside. Then it’s time for the Football Stadium, Camp Nou, FC Barcelona (admission not included). We will then visit the Estadi Olimpic Lluis Company in Montjuic, the largest stadium for the 1992 Summer Olympics. The rest of the time is spent in the busy Plaza Catalonia, where you can shop or explore on your own for some free time.
Day 3: Barcelona – Valencia – Alicante
We will leave Barcelona after breakfast and drive to beautiful Valencia, Spain’s third-largest city. Upon arrival, we will visit Valencia City Hall’s Modernisme Plaza; the Ancient City Gates of Valencia; and Valencia Cathedral, where the real Holy Grail is held. The evening accommodations are in or near Alicante.
Day 4: Alicante – Granada – Malaga
We’re leaving for Granada this morning, a historic city once ruled by the Visigoths and the Moors. We’re going to make a picture stop at the Alhambra, the Moorish citadel and palace, then visit the medieval quarter of Granada, the Albaicin. There is accommodation in or near Malaga along the Costa del Sol for the evening.
Day 5: Malaga – Seville
On the fifth day, we’re going to Seville, once the capital of the Muslim Dynasty. We’ll visit the Cathedral of Seville and then the Seville Alcazar, a Muslim castle that was later turned into the Royal Palace of Spain. Then we’ll take a stroll through the Santa Cruz neighborhood, Torre del Oro (Gold Tower), and Maria Luisa Park, host of the 1992 World Expo. Admire the porcelain illustrations embodying the heritage and charm of medieval Spain in the Plaza de Espana.
Day 6: Seville – Lisbon
On the sixth day, we will visit Lisbon, the capital and largest city of Portugal. We will make a special stop at Cabo da Roca (Cape Roca), then travel to the center of Lisbon to visit the Belem Tower and the Monastery of Jeronimos. We will pass through the Marquis of Pombal Square and then stop for some free time at Rossio Square.
Day 7: Lisbon – Toledo – Madrid
On the last day, via Toledo, a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1986, we will drive back to Madrid. We’ll visit the Cathedral of Toledo‘s grand structure overlooking the Alcazar of Toledo. Take a well-earned rest later on. As we make our way back to Madrid, sit back and take in Spain‘s stunning landscapes.
Attractions in this trip
Top attractions in Lisbon
Here are some top attractions in Lisbon you could visit and enjoy. There are, of course, dozens of attractions and landmarks in Lisbon worth visiting and learning about the history of this amazing city.
Belém Tower, together with Jerónimos Monastery is a part of UNESCO World Heritage site in Lisbon, Portugal. Built in early 16th century, it was a symbol of Portugal's exploration power...
The Jerónimos Monastery, or Hieronymites Monastery (Mosteiro dos Jerónimos), is a former Order of Saint Jerome monastery near the Tajo River in Belém Parish, in the Municipality of Lisbon, Portugal.
Castelo de S. Jorge (Castle of São Jorge) is one of the most emblematic sights of Lisbon. The Castle's silhouette stands out by day as well as by night when...
Lisbon and Portugal travel guides
Here are handy travel guides about Lisbon and Portugal so you can learn a thing or two about these destinations. For a comprehensive list of our travel guides, please visit our travel guides page.
Lisbon is Portugal's coastal capital, also known as ‘the city of seven hills'. This is actually inaccurate, as Lisbon is sitting on eight hills (the eighth one being the tallest – Graça). But, don't worry, a discrepancy in number of hills will definitely not affect your visit to this wonderful city.
Portugal is a small European country on the Atlantic Ocean, sharing the Iberian Peninsula with Spain. The country’s position at the sea has shaped its past and present and will...
Top hotels in Lisbon
Lisbon has dozens of hotels of various star ratings, together with other lodging solutions, such as guest houses, hostels, and Airbnb. Bellow are some top hotel recommendations from our website. For a general hotel search, check the form at the bottom of this page or our hotel booking page.
Four Seasons Hotel Ritz Lisbon is a popular choice amongst travelers in Lisbon, whether exploring or just passing through. Featuring a satisfying list of amenities, guests will find their stay...
Ideally located in the prime touristic area of Baixa in Lisbon, The Vintage Lisbon promises a relaxing and wonderful visit. The hotel offers guests a range of services and amenities...
Hotel Real Palacio is a popular choice amongst travelers in Lisbon, whether exploring or just passing through. The property features a wide range of facilities to make your stay a...
The Lumiares Hotel and SPA is a popular choice amongst travelers in Lisbon, whether exploring or just passing through. The property has everything you need for a comfortable stay. Service-minded...
Guesthouse Chiado 16 is housed in a beautifully restored historic building. Chiado 16, in the heart of historic Lisbon, these exclusive rooms combine old and modern elements to provide guests...
Ideally located in the Baixa area of Lisbon, PortoBay Liberdade promises a relaxing and wonderful visit. Both business travelers and tourists can enjoy the property’s facilities and services. Facilities like...
Cheap flights and hotels discounts for Lisbon
The peak season for flights to Lisbon is January, March and December. The low season for purchasing tickets is June, July and August.
Lisbon is served by Lisbon Portela Airport. Direct flights to Lisbon are offered by 52 airlines. Most flights are with TAP Portugal. Direct flights from Lisbon, United States are airlines: American Airlines, United Airlines, Lufthansa, Air Canada, TAP Portugal and KLM from New York, Miami, Washington, Boston and Philadelphia.
Lisbon and Portugal attractions and landmarks
Here are some of the most popular attractions and landmarks in Lisbon and Portugal.
Last Updated on April 9, 2022 by Tours Editor @ gotravelyourself.com