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Spain & Portugal Train & Road Trip

15 Days / 14 Nights

Madrid, Santiago de Compostela, Porto, Lisbon, Algarve, Seville, Granada, Madrid

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Explore Spain and Portugal over two glorious weeks with a mix of high-speed train and self-drive to make the most of your time. You'll start out in the center of the Iberian peninsula, in Spain's capital, Madrid. A train journey to pilgrimage destination Santiago de Compostela is next. From there the road trip begins. You'll pick up a rental car and go to Porto in northern Portugal. From there an easy drive south takes you to Portuguese capital Lisbon. After that a change of pace sees you in Faro in the Algarve. Back into Spain and Seville awaits. The final leg of the road trip segment takes you to Granada with some time in Cordoba along the way. After marvelling at the Alhambra, there's one final train journey north to Madrid for a last night of flamenco and tapas before heading home.

In addition to the tours included we can arrange a number of excursions based on your own interests. All of our tours are custom, and this is just a sample meant to give an idea of what our trips are like, and the opportunities our destinations provide.

One of our team members in the region will be available to you leading up to and during your trip to answer any questions and arrange additional local services. You will receive access to your Guest Page, with its information on the best these destinations have to offer, including things to see and do, and other inside tips from restaurant recommendations to tipping advice. Upon your arrival, we will provide you with a local cell phone that you can use to reach your local JayWay contact throughout your trip. In all of our destinations, we offer a variety of memorable 3-5 star accommodation options, including boutique hotels and charming B&Bs. With our first-hand experience, we can ensure they are all clean, comfortable, and centrally located, with local ambience.

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2 Nights in Madrid

2 Nights in Madrid

3 days in Madrid
3 days in Madrid

2 Nights in Madrid

The capital, as well as the geographical and cultural center of Spain, Madrid has long enthralled visitors. Since Prince Phillip II made Madrid the capital in the mid 16th century the city has become home to the largest functioning royal palace in Europe, as well as many museums, cafes, parks, universities, and cultural attractions. Although tourism in the city is growing, Spain's many other attractions mean the city is able to maintain its authenticity and you'll find local character and charm in each of its different neighborhoods. Madrid is perfectly located as a base for day trips to UNESCO-listed towns in central Spain and well connected for traveling onward to any corner of the country for further exploration.

The capital, as well as the geographical and cultural center of Spain, Madrid has long enthralled visitors. Since Prince Phillip II made Madrid the capital in the mid 16th century the city has become home to the largest functioning royal palace in Europe, as well as many museums, cafes, parks, universities, and cultural attractions. Although tourism in the city is growing, Spain's many other attractions mean the city is able to maintain its authenticity and you'll find local character and charm in each of its different neighborhoods. Madrid is perfectly located as a base for day trips to UNESCO-listed towns in central Spain and well connected for traveling onward to any corner of the country for further exploration.

Day 1

Day 1 - Arrival in Madrid

We'll arrange for a driver to meet you at Madrid's airport and take you to your centrally located accommodation. Duration of the drive is about 30 minutes.

Day 2

Day 2 - Your First Full Day in Madrid

Royal Madrid Private Walking Tour

The Madrid of the Austrians

Included in your vacation package price.

The inspiration for this tour derives from the period in the 16-17th century when, under the reign of the Austrian Habsburg Dynasty, Madrid was first elevated to the status of capital of Spain. The 'Austrias', as locals refer to it, is eventually the most central neighborhood with all the major must-see and noteworthy sights of the Spanish capital. Your stroll will pass by the Royal Palace, the Plaza Mayor, the Prado, and many other fascinating edifices, churches, green parks, airy squares, broad avenues, and small alleys. By taking this comfortably paced four-hour walking tour, you will learn about the times surrounding the era of Austrians, the formation, further construction, and growth of Madrid's architectural, artistic, and spiritual treasure.


Activity Level : Light
Duration : 4 hours

Day 3

Day 3 - Traveling to Santiago de Compostela

Pick up your rental car in the morning and start your own brief pilgrimage to the endpoint of the Camino, Santiago de Compostela. Along the way, you could make a stop in the historic town of Puebla de Sanabria. It's the ideal place to stop for lunch and enjoy some regional specialties. With a lunch stop, the journey will take you most of the day.

We also offer the following excursions in Madrid

Cooking Class Small Group Experience
Light3 hours
Dinner and Flamenco Show Experience
Light1 hours 15 minutes
Local Food Market & Cooking Class Private Experience
Light4 hours
Local Food Market & Tapas Private Tour
Light4 hours

2 Nights in Santiago de Compostela

2 Nights in Santiago de Compostela

3 days in Santiago de Compostela
3 days in Santiago de Compostela

2 Nights in Santiago de Compostela

Santiago de Compostela is the capital of Spain’s northern region of Galicia. It is most famous for being the final stop in the world-renowned “Camino de Santiago”, the famous Catholic pilgrimage. The city also boasts an impressive food scene, contemporary art, and has a UNESCO listed Old Town. Whether you are here for the Camino de Santiago or just to get off the beaten path in Spain, there is plenty to do in Santiago de Compostela. If you want to get a taste of the Path of St. James without committing to the 500 miles, you can visit the Monte do Gozo, the last hill of the pilgrimage. The region of Galicia is also famous for its delicious seafood, and the city of Santiago has a rapidly growing food scene.

Santiago de Compostela is the capital of Spain’s northern region of Galicia. It is most famous for being the final stop in the world-renowned “Camino de Santiago”, the famous Catholic pilgrimage. The city also boasts an impressive food scene, contemporary art, and has a UNESCO listed Old Town. Whether you are here for the Camino de Santiago or just to get off the beaten path in Spain, there is plenty to do in Santiago de Compostela. If you want to get a taste of the Path of St. James without committing to the 500 miles, you can visit the Monte do Gozo, the last hill of the pilgrimage. The region of Galicia is also famous for its delicious seafood, and the city of Santiago has a rapidly growing food scene.

Day 3

Day 3 - Arrival in Santiago de Compostela

We'll provide directions on how best to reach your accommodation in Santiago, and what to do regarding parking.

Start with a Snack

Suggestion to explore on your own

One of the best ways to get familiar with a new place is to taste it! As soon as your hunger takes the lead you should head to the local food market, the Mercado de Abastos in the Old Town, enjoy the walk, and let your holiday begin with local flavors.

Start with a Snack

Day 4

Day 4 - Your First Full Day in Santiago de Compostela

Santiago de Compostela Private Walking Tour

Culmination

Included in your vacation package price.

This amazing three-hour walking tour explores the UNESCO-protected Old Town of Santiago de Compostela, the heart and soul of Galicia, the symbol of the Spanish Christians' struggle against Islam and the final stop on the epic El Camino de Santiago (the Way of St. James) pilgrimage trail. The trail stretches across Europe and ends at the reputed burial place of Saint James the Great (the apostle of Jesus Christ) in the Santiago de Compostela Cathedral. The main entrance of the Cathedral, the remarkable Pórtico de la Gloria, is a masterpiece of Romanesque architecture. At the end of the tour, the guide can give you more suggestions for exploring this awe-inspiring city or take you back to your accommodation.


Activity Level : Light
Duration : 3 hours

Day 5

Day 5 - Traveling to Porto

It's time to head due south into Portugal. Make the most of self-driving by making a stop in Braga, a short distance before Porto. It's Portugal's third largest city and known for its religious heritage and events. Take your time in Braga and get your first taste of one of Portugal's most popular ingredients, bacalhau, in the form of Bacalhau à Narcisa. The total driving time to Porto is just three hours, so even with the lunch stop you'll be in Porto by mid afternoon.

We also offer the following excursions in Santiago de Compostela

El Camino Stage Half-Day Tour
Moderate6 hours
La Coruña Private Tour
Light8 hours
Martin Codax & Cambados Private Half-Day Tour
Light5 hours

2 Nights in Porto

2 Nights in Porto

3 days in Porto
3 days in Porto

2 Nights in Porto

As the name suggests, Portugal’s second-largest urban area is a port city, located in the north of the country along the Douro River estuary. A small Celtic hamlet until a Roman invasion in the 4th century, Portus Cale, as it became known, distinguished itself as a major trading port for not just the region but the entire country. The old city center, Ribeira, has been a UNESCO World Heritage site since 1996. It is an urban landscape with over 2,000 years of remarkably well-preserved history. Traversing the narrow streets, you can’t help but notice that the spirit of local life still remains despite the increasing number of tourists.

As the name suggests, Portugal’s second-largest urban area is a port city, located in the north of the country along the Douro River estuary. A small Celtic hamlet until a Roman invasion in the 4th century, Portus Cale, as it became known, distinguished itself as a major trading port for not just the region but the entire country. The old city center, Ribeira, has been a UNESCO World Heritage site since 1996. It is an urban landscape with over 2,000 years of remarkably well-preserved history. Traversing the narrow streets, you can’t help but notice that the spirit of local life still remains despite the increasing number of tourists.

Day 5

Day 5 - Arrival in Porto

We'll provide directions on how best to reach your accommodation in Porto, and what to do regarding parking.

First Steps In The City

Suggestion to explore on your own

Take a walk through the pedestrian Rua das Flores that ends in St Bento Station. It depicts all the charm of the city. You will see a display of tiled houses, many of which have been restored.

Day 6

Day 6 - Your First Full Day in Porto

Porto Private Walking Tour

Discover the Unconquered City

Included in your vacation package price.

Porto is one of the most important cities in Portugal and one of the oldest city centers in Europe. Due to its geographical location, it has played an important role in world trade through history. Your guide will pick you up at your accommodations and take you for a walk down the narrow, cobbled streets of Porto Ribeira. The historical district along the banks of the River Douro has been Porto's commercial center since the Roman period when a small shipping port was built. Over the next 2000 years, it grew into a major port for shipments from across the world and the district spread into the hills. Its rich mix of architecture, developed over the years, was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1996. At the end of the tour, your guide can bring you back to your accommodations, or give you tips for further exploration.


Activity Level : Light
Duration : 4 hours

Day 7

Day 7 - Traveling to Lisbon

It takes around three and a half hours to reach Lisbon, but just before the halfway point is a place we highly recommend stopping. Coimbra is a riverfront city in central Portugal, home to a preserved medieval old town and the historic University of Coimbra - the oldest academic institution in the Portuguese-speaking world. Built on the grounds of a former palace, the university is visited by many tourists for its monuments and history. For an extra fee we can arrange a private tour of the town. Allowing for the stop (and perhaps a lunch!) you'll make it to Portugal's capital in the late afternoon.

We also offer the following excursions in Porto

Braga Private Half-Day Trip
Light5 hours
Douro Valley Private Day Trip
Light8-9 hours
Douro Valley Private Day Trip in a Historic Vintage Car
Light8-9 hours
Guimaraes Private Half-Day Trip
Light5 hours

2 Nights in Lisbon

2 Nights in Lisbon

3 days in Lisbon
3 days in Lisbon

2 Nights in Lisbon

The capital of Portugal since 1255 when King Alphonse II moved the court from Coimbra, Lisbon is not only regarded as one of the sunniest of the European capitals but one with a rich history on display. The soft white limestone facades of the oldest neighborhood, Alfama, welcome tourists, and locals, calling to them through the medium of Fado music drifting wistfully from the abundance of bars, or the smell of petisco (Portuguese tapas) wafting from a myriad of restaurants. Like its ancient rival Porto, Lisbon rests on mighty rivers originating from the eastern Spanish highlands. Remnants of human settlements in the vicinity of the city date back to the Neolithic period and since that time successful invasions have resulted in occupation by Carthaginians, Romans, Suebi, Visigoths, and Moors. The rich tapestry of Lisbon’s history has been woven into the very fabric of the city.

The capital of Portugal since 1255 when King Alphonse II moved the court from Coimbra, Lisbon is not only regarded as one of the sunniest of the European capitals but one with a rich history on display. The soft white limestone facades of the oldest neighborhood, Alfama, welcome tourists, and locals, calling to them through the medium of Fado music drifting wistfully from the abundance of bars, or the smell of petisco (Portuguese tapas) wafting from a myriad of restaurants. Like its ancient rival Porto, Lisbon rests on mighty rivers originating from the eastern Spanish highlands. Remnants of human settlements in the vicinity of the city date back to the Neolithic period and since that time successful invasions have resulted in occupation by Carthaginians, Romans, Suebi, Visigoths, and Moors. The rich tapestry of Lisbon’s history has been woven into the very fabric of the city.

Day 7

Day 7 - Arrival in Lisbon

We'll provide directions on how best to reach your accommodation in Lisbon, and what to do regarding parking.

First Steps in the City

Suggestion to explore on your own

On your arrival to Lisbon the best way to get to know the city is to take a walk to the Praça do Comércio and discover the Baixa neighborhood elegantly built after the earthquake. The Santa Justa elevator - an iron structure that dates back to 1902 * will take you directly to the Bairro Alto and Chiado, the most bohemian part of the city with a vibrant nightlife and some of the best restaurants.

First Steps in the City

Day 8

Day 8 - Your First Full Day in Lisbon

Lisbon Private Walking Tour

Discover The City Of Seven Hills

Included in your vacation package price.

Discover the stunning Portuguese capital, Lisbon, a bustling and exciting city full of stories to tell! Take a walk through the most emblematic spots, and, with the help of our knowledgable guide, immerse yourself in the past and the present of the city of Fado.


Activity Level : Light
Duration : 4 hours

Day 9

Day 9 - Traveling to Algarve

Pressing further south today you'll reach Portugal's sun-soaked Algarve coast. It's a long drive today but a stop in Evora, one of Portugal's most well-preserved medieval towns makes the journey by car worthwhile.

We also offer the following excursions in Lisbon

Arrabida Natural Park Private Hiking Tour
Moderate4 Hours
Batalha and Nazare Private Day Trip
Light7 hours
Belem District Private Walking Tour
Light3 hours
Evora Private Day Trip
Light7 hours

2 Nights in Algarve

2 Nights in Algarve

3 days in Algarve
3 days in Algarve

2 Nights in Algarve

The Algarve, Portugal’s southernmost region hugging the Atlantic, has been Portugal’s top tourist locale for centuries. Ancient Romans used to come here to bathe in the thermal waters of Caldas de Monchique, to heal “weariness from the body and soul”. In modern days, people from all over the world still come to the Algarve to do the same, enjoying the area’s many resorts, beautiful beaches, stunning views, and amazing weather. With over 3,000 hours of sunshine annually, it’s no surprise that the Algarve’s beaches are one of its most popular attractions.

The Algarve, Portugal’s southernmost region hugging the Atlantic, has been Portugal’s top tourist locale for centuries. Ancient Romans used to come here to bathe in the thermal waters of Caldas de Monchique, to heal “weariness from the body and soul”. In modern days, people from all over the world still come to the Algarve to do the same, enjoying the area’s many resorts, beautiful beaches, stunning views, and amazing weather. With over 3,000 hours of sunshine annually, it’s no surprise that the Algarve’s beaches are one of its most popular attractions.

Day 9

Day 9 - Arrival in Algarve

We'll provide directions on how best to reach your accommodation in Faro, and what to do regarding parking.

First Steps In The Area

Suggestion to explore on your own

After you arrive, we suggest to just relax and enjoy the hotel facilities and the seaside. In the evening you can taste the local gastronomy in one of the many restaurants.

First Steps In The Area

Day 10

Day 10 - Your First Full Day in Algarve

Relax On The Beach

Algarve is home to some of the most beautiful beaches in the world and is regularly voted as the best beach destination in Europe. What makes Algarve beaches so special is the huge variety on offer, from cove beaches only accessible by the sea, to enormous stretches that go on for miles, to white sands on the Algarve islands and the dramatic rock formations and cliffs along others. These are some of our favorites: Beliche beach, Rocha beach with the iconic natural caves (one of Algarve’s most recognizable pictures!) and Do Barril beach with the unique anchor’s cemetery.

Relax On The Beach
Petisco Small Group Food Tour in Faro

Enjoy Local Culinary Delights

Please ask your travel advisor for the cost to add this to your package

Many people just see Algarve as a beach destination and although it does have some fantastic beaches, there’s a lot more to it than just sun, sea, and sand. It’s also a fantastic food destination with many great regional Portuguese dishes that are worth trying. Algarve cuisine is an interesting mix of seafood and meat dishes, which has been influenced in the past by both Portuguese and Arabic rulers. It makes use of local ingredients, such as seafood and fish but also almonds, figs, and carobs, which are all used in traditional Algarve desserts. Don’t leave the region without tasting one of the many dishes cooked in the traditional “cataplana,” a shell-shaped copper kitchen utensil typical to Algarve.


Activity Level : Light
Duration : 5 hours

Day 11

Day 11 - Traveling to Seville

Your time in Portugal is at an end, but you traveled the whole length of the country! Now head east back into Spain, to explore the enchanting region of Andalusia. It's a little over two hours to Seville, but there are a couple of stops you might want to make along the way. Palos de la Frontera is where Colombus set sail from on his voyage of discovery to the Americas. Gastronomes may prefer a stop in Huevla. Ground zero for the finest Jamon Iberico known to man.

We also offer the following excursions in Algarve

Full Day Private Sailing Experience
Light6 hours
Jeep and Sea Caves Boat Small Group Tour
Light5 hours
Market & Fisherman Small Group Food Tour in Faro
Light5 hours
Side-Car Private Tour
Light3 hours

2 Nights in Seville

2 Nights in Seville

3 days in Seville
3 days in Seville

2 Nights in Seville

Although it may not be the most famous city in Spain, Seville is considered by many to be the most beautiful. You get a sense of its unique charms as you meander through winding streets surrounded by characteristic white and pipeclay yellow walls of the painted buildings. Due to the hustle and bustle of port activity, 16th century Seville was the richest city in Spain. Goods of all splendor brought from the New World arrived at the feet of awestruck locals. Venture further into the city to marvel at the largest Gothic Temple in the world, Seville Cathedral, or try to imagine the sense of pride and awe felt by locals for hundreds of years as they gazed up at The Giralda Tower. This minaret was built in the Almohad period and was, for centuries, the tallest building in Spain and constructed as part of a Grand Mosque.

Although it may not be the most famous city in Spain, Seville is considered by many to be the most beautiful. You get a sense of its unique charms as you meander through winding streets surrounded by characteristic white and pipeclay yellow walls of the painted buildings. Due to the hustle and bustle of port activity, 16th century Seville was the richest city in Spain. Goods of all splendor brought from the New World arrived at the feet of awestruck locals. Venture further into the city to marvel at the largest Gothic Temple in the world, Seville Cathedral, or try to imagine the sense of pride and awe felt by locals for hundreds of years as they gazed up at The Giralda Tower. This minaret was built in the Almohad period and was, for centuries, the tallest building in Spain and constructed as part of a Grand Mosque.

Day 11

Day 11 - Arrival in Seville

We'll provide directions on how best to reach your accommodation in Seville, and what to do regarding parking.

Metropol Parasol

Suggestion to explore on your own

Sounds nice, right? Be shocking, be unorthodox, and put some mind-blowing constructions to the historical center. The Mushrooms of Incarnation as commonly called in Seville are huge gilled mushroom-shaped viewpoints where you can walk up, down, and even on the rooftop! Only half a mile away from the very center of Seville this is a place that you should visit on your first night to catch the sunset. On your way back we bet you won't resist a good cocktail, wine, or beer luring at you around every corner.

Metropol Parasol

Day 12

Day 12 - Your First Full Day in Seville

Seville Private Walking Tour

History in Paper and Stone

Included in your vacation package price.

2,200 years of turbulent history made Seville, the capital of Andalusia, a wonderful mix of historic churches and grandiose palaces and Moorish heritage. With our local guide, you will walk the Santa Cruz neighborhood, home to many popular locations, including two UNESCO sites: the Seville Cathedral – the world's largest Gothic cathedral – and the Real Alcázar palace with its stunning gardens, still in use by the Spanish royal family. At the end of the tour, your guide can bring you back to your accommodations, or give you tips for further exploration.


Activity Level : Light
Duration : 3 hours

Day 13

Day 13 - Traveling to Granada

By this point, you'll probably wonder what could top Seville's Real Alcázar. Soon you'll find out. But first, there's a decision to make. You could take the most direct route to Granada, with just a tiny detour you could stop in Antequera, known for its ancient burial mounds, but also its Moorish fortress. Or you could add on 90 minutes of driving, but you'll get to see one of the most interesting sites of Andalusia, La Mezquita in Cordoba. A mosque that was converted into a cathedral. Or more correctly had a Catholic cathedral built inside of it. The day is yours to decide.

We also offer the following excursions in Seville

Bike & Tapas Private Tour
Light4 hours
Cordoba Full Day Private Tour
Light7 hours
Flamenco & Tapas Private Tour
Light3 hours
Local Food Market & Cooking Class Private Experience
Easy3 hours

1 Night in Granada

1 Night in Granada

2 days in Granada
2 days in Granada

1 Night in Granada

Located at the foot of the Sierra Nevada mountain range, Granada is one of the most visited cities in Spain. What makes this place so unique is that it was the capital of the Moorish kingdom until it was captured by the Catholic Monarchs Ferdinand and Isabella in 1492. Today you will find a fascinating city, rich in multicultural history - a beautiful reflection of its Arab and Christian past. The Alhambra, a spectacular Arab citadel and palace, is certainly one of the main highlights of Granada but besides seeing this signature sight, you'll also enjoy being in the birthplace of tapas. True to its roots there are still places in Granada where the tapas is free with your drinks. Granada is one of the preferred destinations for European students, giving it a fun, vibrant university city feel. It is also a city with an important artistic energy. Strolling along the streets you will surely come across artisans and musicians showcasing their talents.

Located at the foot of the Sierra Nevada mountain range, Granada is one of the most visited cities in Spain. What makes this place so unique is that it was the capital of the Moorish kingdom until it was captured by the Catholic Monarchs Ferdinand and Isabella in 1492. Today you will find a fascinating city, rich in multicultural history - a beautiful reflection of its Arab and Christian past. The Alhambra, a spectacular Arab citadel and palace, is certainly one of the main highlights of Granada but besides seeing this signature sight, you'll also enjoy being in the birthplace of tapas. True to its roots there are still places in Granada where the tapas is free with your drinks. Granada is one of the preferred destinations for European students, giving it a fun, vibrant university city feel. It is also a city with an important artistic energy. Strolling along the streets you will surely come across artisans and musicians showcasing their talents.

Day 13

Day 13 - Arrival in Granada

Upon arriving in Granada it's time to part company with your rental car. You won't be needing it for the rest of your trip.

Albaicin & Sacromonte, Granada's UNESCO Districts Private Walking Tour

Go Local in Albaicín

Please ask your travel advisor for the cost to add this to your package

Want to feel like a local right from the start? Then your first night should be planned to spend in Albaicín neighborhood. It is a totally distinct world from what Granada generally offers. A quarter used to be populated by Muslims bears the characteristics of Arab architecture. The whitewashed houses near the River Darro, bars and terraces which offer great tapas, drink and a view to the Alhambra which is the best to catch at sunset. Flamenco, the traditional Andalusian dance is performed in many local bars in Albaicin, like La Soleá and Jardines de Zoraya.


Activity Level : Moderate
Duration : 3 hours

Private Tapas Tour in Albaicin

Open your Heart and Mouth

Please ask your travel advisor for the cost to add this to your package

Delicious Spanish food awaits you to taste in Granada. Some of the lesser known ones is 'sacromonte omlette'. The original ingredients include cooked sliced veal brains and bull's testicles, all diced and finally mixed with beaten eggs. Don't worry, it is not prepared in the traditional way anymore. Typical farmland dishes from the Alpujarras are 'patatas a lo pobre' - slowly fried potatoes with olive oil with peppers and eggs. Make sure to taste local wine! Viticulture is rising but is still based on extremely small size family-run wineries.


Activity Level : Light
Duration : 4 hours

Day 14

Day 14 - Traveling to Madrid by Train

Alhambra Private Tour

Start with the Alhambra

Included in your vacation package price.

No visit to Granada is complete without seeing the Alhambra, a large complex of grandiose palaces and lush gardens, and once a mighty fortress, built during the Nasrid Dynasty. Take advantage of this private 3-hour tour with your local guide and fall in love with this architectural wonder!


Activity Level : Light
Duration : 3 hours

You're leaving Granada behind today and heading to Madrid. We will arrange a transfer to the train station and economy class tickets. There are a number of daily departures to Madrid, so you can choose your preferred departure time. Then just sit back and relax on 3.5 hour journey. An upgrade to the first class is available for an additional fee.

Madrid by High Speed Train

You can upgrade your transfer

Upgrade to Madrid by Private Transfer with a stop in Baeza and Ubeda
Madrid by Private Transfer with a stop in Baeza and Ubeda

Upgrade for an additional cost

1 Night in Madrid

1 Night in Madrid

2 days in Madrid
2 days in Madrid

1 Night in Madrid

The capital, as well as the geographical and cultural center of Spain, Madrid has long enthralled visitors. Since Prince Phillip II made Madrid the capital in the mid 16th century the city has become home to the largest functioning royal palace in Europe, as well as many museums, cafes, parks, universities, and cultural attractions. Although tourism in the city is growing, Spain's many other attractions mean the city is able to maintain its authenticity and you'll find local character and charm in each of its different neighborhoods. Madrid is perfectly located as a base for day trips to UNESCO-listed towns in central Spain and well connected for traveling onward to any corner of the country for further exploration.

The capital, as well as the geographical and cultural center of Spain, Madrid has long enthralled visitors. Since Prince Phillip II made Madrid the capital in the mid 16th century the city has become home to the largest functioning royal palace in Europe, as well as many museums, cafes, parks, universities, and cultural attractions. Although tourism in the city is growing, Spain's many other attractions mean the city is able to maintain its authenticity and you'll find local character and charm in each of its different neighborhoods. Madrid is perfectly located as a base for day trips to UNESCO-listed towns in central Spain and well connected for traveling onward to any corner of the country for further exploration.

Day 14

Day 14 - Arrival in Madrid

When you arrive at Madrid's train station, we will have a driver there to meet you and take you to your accommodation.

Dinner and Flamenco Show Experience

Dinner and Flamenco Show Experience

Included in your vacation package price.

You really cannot leave Spain without enjoying a fine dinner and a flamenco show in one of the bests “tablaos” of the country. This is one of the places where locals like to spend their evenings enjoying the best singers, dancers and guitar players.


Activity Level : Light
Duration : 1 hours 15 minutes

Day 15

Day 15 - Departure Day

The driver will pick you up from your accommodation and take you to the airport for your departing flight. Duration of the drive is about 30 minutes.

We also offer the following excursions in Madrid

Cooking Class Small Group Experience
Light3 hours
Local Food Market & Cooking Class Private Experience
Light4 hours
Local Food Market & Tapas Private Tour
Light4 hours
Private E-bike Tour in Guadarrama National Park
Moderate8 hours
What's Included

Here are all the services provided as part of your complete vacation package. See what every JayWay trip includes.
Please let us know if you'd like to upgrade any transfers or add any additional tours or excursions to your itinerary.

Madrid

2 Nights Accommodation
Breakfast (hotels only)
Madrid Airport Arrival Transfer
Royal Madrid Private Walking Tour

Santiago de Compostela

2 Nights Accommodation
Breakfast (hotels only)
Santiago de Compostela Private Walking Tour

Porto

2 Nights Accommodation
Breakfast (hotels only)
Porto Private Walking Tour

Lisbon

2 Nights Accommodation
Breakfast (hotels only)
Lisbon Private Walking Tour

Algarve

2 Nights Accommodation
Breakfast (hotels only)

Seville

2 Nights Accommodation
Breakfast (hotels only)
Seville Private Walking Tour

Granada

1 Night Accommodation
Breakfast (hotels only)
Alhambra Private Tour
Granada Railway Station Departure Transfer
Granada - Madrid High Speed Train

Madrid

1 Night Accommodation
Breakfast (hotels only)
Madrid Railway Station Arrival Transfer
Dinner and Flamenco Show Experience
Madrid Airport Departure Transfer
The package excludes:

  • Flights to and from Europe.
  • Tips for Tour Guides, Drivers and Local Reps.
  • Meals (other than breakfast if included in room rate and meals listed as included in food tours and excursions, unless explicitly stated otherwise).
  • Parking fees for your Rental Car (if you are booking one with us) unless otherwise indicated. Some hotels provide free parking facilities.
  • Travel Insurance. See the insurance link on our website
Benefits of Traveling with JayWay

A JayWay vacation is more than the sum of its parts. Our team work tirelessly to ensure your experience is memorable for all the right reasons. Your trip is personalized to maximize your enjoyment. You're taken care of every step of the way.

A Travel Advisor who speaks your language
We will make sure that all your requirements and interests are taken into account in preparing your itinerary.
A totally tailored itinerary for your vacation
Your trip is customized for you by  an experienced trip planner and an expert on the region.
A choice of hand-picked hotels and excursions
We've personally inspected and tested all the hotels and local tour providers we work with to ensure quality.
Detailed pre-trip preparation to make the most of every day
Your Europe-based Tour Manager will be in touch by email and phone a month before you arrive to finalize timings.
On-trip Concierge Service to smooth out any bumps in the road
Our local staff are at your service throughout your journey via the local prepaid cellphone which we provide.
Personalized Guest Page to make sure you're not missing out
Packed with detailed information and recommendations curated by locals on the best things to do, see and eat.

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