This is an unforgettable 6-day accessible trip offer, departing from Madrid, for travelers who want to visit and enjoy the most beautiful cities of Andalusia: Cordoba, Seville and Granada. We will travel from Madrid in a private wheelchair accessible van to the home of flamenco and tapas. Our first stop will be Cordoba. We will stroll through cobbled lanes in the city’s Jewish quarter and through its perfectly preserved Mudejar gems, as the Mosque, recognised by UNESCO- We will then spend two nights in majestic Seville, the birthplace of flamenco. Our trip ends in Granada with its spectacular Moorish architecture at the World Heritage-listed Alhambra. The three cities are only a few hours' drive from each other.
In Córdoba you won't want to miss the Mezquita is one of the most famous buildings in the world, and was originally one of the most important mosques in the world - appropriately, for Cordoba was then the capital of the Arab kingdom of Al-Andalus. Cordoba was known for its poets and philosophers, a seat of learning and cultural diversity. After the reconquest by the Catholic Kings, a cathedral was built over the mosque. Visit Highlights: Mosque, Alcázar de los Reyes Cristianos, Synagogue, Walk through the Jewish Quarter, Calahorra Tower, Potro's Square, Capuchino's Square, Roman Bridge, Gate Bridge, Patios, Gate of Almodovar, Wall.
Seville is a little over an hour's drive of Córdoba by motorway. Since the Romans first arrived, Seville has been one of the most important cities on the Iberian peninsula. The Moors ruled for centuries, but the city's greatest Moorish architectural masterpiece dates from after they left: the Alcazar. Nearby, the largest Christian cathedral in the world is crowned by a tower, the Giralda, originally built by the Moors for their mosque. Today, Seville is best known for its tapas scene, and two major festivals which both take place in spring: solemn Semana Santa (Holy Week) and joyous Feria de Abril (the April fair). Visit Highlights:- Parque de Maria Luisa, Plaza de España, Archive of the Indies, Cathedral, Royal Alcazares, Santa Cruz Neighborhood, City Hall Square, Sierpes street, Encarnación Square, Savior Square, Torre del Oro, Guadalquivir River boat trip, Maestranza Bullring museum, Betis Street.
Say the name, and the most people think of the Alhambra. This spectacular sand-coloured complex of Moorish palaces sits atop a mountain looking over the city. Visiting the Alhambra, with its maze of pools and patios, is a must for everyone once in their life - if not more. Granada also has one of the best-preserved Moorish quarters: the Albaicin, with its carmens - hillside town houses with walled gardens. In this city, every drink comes with a free tapa, so eating out takes on a delightful element of surprise. City Highlights: Alhambra, Generalife Gardens, Charles the Fifth Palace, Moorish Albayzin Quarter, Sacromonte and Abadía, Cathedral, Saint Nicholas viewpoint, Plaza Nueva, Carrera del Darro, Bib Rambla Square, Elvira Gate, Isabel the Catholic Square.