Spain Vacation Packages - Monograms® Travel Packages

Spain

Spain Vacation Packages - Monograms® Travel Packages

Spain

Spain Vacation Packages - Monograms® Travel Packages

Spain

Spain Vacation Packages - Monograms® Travel Packages

Spain

Spain Vacation Packages - Monograms® Travel Packages

Spain

Spain Vacation Packages - Monograms® Travel Packages

Spain

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Packages with Barcelona

Barcelona

An unforgettable city dating back to Roman times, Barcelona is the dynamic capital of Catalonia and cradle of Catalan culture. From Gaudi's magnificent architectural masterpieces-like Casa Batlló, and the Sagrada Familia Basilica - to the Gothic Quarter, Picasso Museum, and F.C. Barcelona football stadium, Barcelona's rich culture is apparent everywhere you look. Stroll along the famed Las Ramblas to enjoy the ambiance and street entertainers. Take a tram trip up to the top of Tibidabo for panoramic views of the city below. Shop along the Passeig de Gracia at the most well-known boutiques in Barcelona. And be sure to join the locals at the Barri Gotic for a great selection of tapas and wine bars.

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Packages with Cordoba

Cordoba

Located in southern Spain on the banks of the Guadalquivir River, Cordoba's settlements date back to the Bronze Age. It was once the capital of a Roman province as well as the capital of an Arab State. Its architectural gems include the famous Mosque-Cathedral, a UNESCO World Heritage Site that is a medieval Islamic mosque converted into a Catholic cathedral. The historical quarter around the Great Mosque is also designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. In addition to its history and artistic heritage, Cordoba is also known for its gastronomy.

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Packages with Madrid

Madrid

While it may not be a Paris, London, or Barcelona, Spain's capital city has a unique quality all its own, with world-class shopping and art galleries, an exceptional nightlife and live music scene, and fine restaurants and tapas bars by the bazillions. Many visitors believe Madrid is the most Spanish of Spain's cities, and there's, naturally, plenty to see and do. Don't miss bustling Puerta del Sol square-the heart of Madrid's historic center and the actual center of the Spanish road system; beautiful Plaza de Espana with its monument to Cervantes; the beloved Cibeles Fountain depicting the goddess of nature; the palatial Prado Museum with its priceless art treasures; and the pond, museum, rose garden, and monuments of splendid El Retiro Park.

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Packages with Seville

Seville

Located on the banks of the Guadalquivir River, Seville is Spain's fourth largest city and the capital of Andalucia. Once the only trading port with the Indies, it is home to three UNESCO World Heritage Sites: The Cathedral, Alcázar, and Archivo de Indias. The Cathedral, founded in 1403, is the largest church in the world and houses Christopher Columbus' remains. The Alcázar, built in the 10th century as the Moslem governor's palace, is the Spanish royal family's residence in Seville. The Archivo de Indias was built in 1585 and today holds documents concerning the discovery of the New World.

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Packages with Torremolinos

Torremolinos

Located in the Costa del Sol region, Torremolinos was first inhabited roughly 150,000 years ago. Today, with its seafront promenade and clean beaches, it is a popular tourist destination. Its bustling pedestrian mall, Calle San Miguel, is also known as "The Street of Europe" due to its popularity. It offers the Open-Air Shopping Center, where locals and visitors congregate. Another popular attraction is the Parque de la Bateria, a 74,000 square kilometer park opened in 2007. Torremolinos is known for its pescaíto (small fried fish), and many beach bars line the promenade.

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