Historical Andalusia with Parador hotels
If you think of the Spanish History, you see images of Don Quijote chasing wind mills and ancient Roman settlements. This 13 day, 12 nights selfdrive route through the Southern part of Spain, will take you back to the days of grandeur. It will show you massive cathedrals, quaint little towns and colourful markets.
Experience the life of a bygone era and sleep like a Royal in the most stunning, historical buildings: Paradors.
Parador is a group of hotels, scattered through out Spain, that consist of historical buildings that have been beautifully restored. These historical buildings are located in the most intriguing areas of Spanish history.
This selfdrive router takes you along Andalucia’s most enchanting cities. The history of some of these cities takes you back to Roman times. You will visit Moorish Quarters, Renaissance cathedrals and Roman temples. Highlights of this trip are the Alhambra in Granada, the Mezquita cathedral in Córdoba, the Royal Alcazar of Seville. You will overnight in a hunting palace in the mountains and a 16th century palace in Úbeda. Enjoy a olive oil tasting in the Jaén area, a food walk through Sevilla and a fantastic hike the El Torcal, one of the most impressive Karst landscapes in Europe.
When you think of Spain you think of tapas, gazpacho, salted fish, grilled prawns and squid. Food pairing with beautiful wines and tasty sherries. All the Paradors have outstanding restaurants, great service and very comfortable rooms. We have mentioned all the highlights of this tour per day. So in each city you have an overview of activities and you just pick what appeals the most to you.
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