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The one that goes in-depth in the cultures of Spain, Portugal and Morocco

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In-Depth Explorer

Take your time and explore in-detail each destination on this trip. Find out more

  • Duration

    21 days

  • Countries

    4 Countries

  • Meals

    20 Breakfasts, 11 Dinners

  • Transport Style

    Coach

  • Group Size

    Average 45 people

  • Team

    Expert Trip Manager, Driver and Local Guides

Madrid, Bilbao, Pamplona, Barcelona, Ibiza, Granada, Fez, Marrakech, Assilah, Seville, Lisbon, Segovia, San Sebastian, Zaragoza, Denia, Gibraltar, Tangier, Casablanca, Rabat, Tarifa

Top Experiences

15 included & 12 free time add-ons available to add later

  • See Gaudi's Sagrada Familia & the 1992 Olympic Games complex

    Included

    Barcelona

  • Explore Barcelona's Gothic beauty on a walking tour including Las Ramblas

    Included

    Barcelona

  • Visit Lisbon Belem District, famous for some of the city's major monuments

    Included

    Lisbon

Iberian Peninsula and Morocco

15 Inclusions

Experiences that are included with your trip

  • See the Gran Via, Royal Palace the Puerta del Sol & Plaza de Espana
  • Take a locally guided tour of the gilded Royal Palace in Madrid
  • See Gaudi's Sagrada Familia & the 1992 Olympic Games complex
  • Explore Barcelona's Gothic beauty on a walking tour including Las Ramblas
  • Flight to the famous island of Ibiza
  • Locally Guided Tour of the Alhambra
  • Scenic drive past Marbella, Malaga
  • Guided local tour of the Medina of Fez
  • See the Royal Palace, the Medina and the local markets
  • Visit the cooperative of handmade carpets, Fez
  • Guided local tour of Marrakech
  • See bustling Jamaa el Fna Square
  • Plaza de Espana in Seville
  • See the Castelo deSao Jorge, the Praca do Comercio and Rossio & Praça da Figueira
  • Visit Lisbon Belem District, famous for some of the city's major monuments

12 Free Time Add-Ons

Optional experiences that you can choose from and pay for on your trip

  • Visit to Valley of the Fallen EUR 19.00
  • Explore the baroque beauty of Barcelona with a bike tour EUR 24.00
  • Flamenco Show with Dinner EUR 64.00
  • Ibiza Boats & Beats EUR 59.00
  • Guided Tour of Albaicin & Capilla Real EUR 19.00
  • Have a traditional moroccan dinner in the Fes Medina EUR 38.00
  • Gibraltar Guided Rock Tour EUR 30.00
  • Guided walking Tour EUR 20.00
  • Eat with the locals on the rooftops of Seville and be serenaded with Spanish guitar EUR 36.00
  • Guided Tour to Sintra & Cascais EUR 18.50
  • Portuguese Dinner EUR 38.00
  • Eat a traditional Madrilenos feast including jamon and tortilla, Madrid EUR 37.50

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About this trip

Get ready for the tantalising trio of Spain, Portugal & Morocco! From strolling Barcelona's Gothic Quarter to uncovering intricately tiled mosques in Casablanca and unfathomably fresh seafood in Lisbon. This tour is a maze of culture, cuteness & colourful experiences.

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Nights spent per location

  1. 2 2 nights

    Madrid

  2. via via

    Segovia

  3. 1 1 night

    Bilbao

  4. via via

    San Sebastian

  5. 1 1 night

    Pamplona

  6. via via

    Zaragoza

  7. 2 2 nights

    Barcelona

  8. 2 2 nights

    Ibiza

  9. via via

    Denia

  10. 2 2 nights

    Granada

  11. via via

    Gibraltar

  12. via via

    Tangier

  13. 2 2 nights

    Fez

  14. 2 2 nights

    Marrakech

  15. via via

    Casablanca

  16. via via

    Rabat

  17. 1 1 night

    Assilah

  18. via via

    Tangier

  19. via via

    Tarifa

  20. 2 2 nights

    Seville

  21. 2 2 nights

    Lisbon

  22. 1 1 night

    Madrid

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DAY 1 - Arrive Madrid

Madrid

Join forces with your new wolf-pack tonight over dinner in the metro magic of Madrid. Tomorrow will be a whole world of discovery, so you'll be thankful for your luxe hotel sleep. 

Stay

Tryp Madrid Airport Suites (or similar)

DAY 2 - Madrid

Madrid

An epic collision of new-age vibes & tradition, Madrid is going to leave you love-struck. Artistic, vibrant and filled with culinary hotspots, your spare time between seeing the Gran Via, Plaza de Espana, Royal Palace (included entry) & Puerta del Sol (the city's main square) will not go to waste as you explore the heart of the city with our Trip Manager giving you the fast track on everything Madrid. Madrid's nightlife is pumping, so grab some tapas, sangria and your dancing shoes, for a night out on the town. 

Stay

Tryp Madrid Airport Suites (or similar)

INCLUDED EXPERIENCES

  • See the Gran Via, Royal Palace the Puerta del Sol & Plaza de Espana

  • Take a locally guided tour of the gilded Royal Palace in Madrid

FREE TIME ADD-ONS

  • Visit to Valley of the Fallen

    EUR 19.00

DAY 3 - Madrid to Bilbao via Segovia

Madrid

The first leg of our Iberian roadtrip kicks off this morning as we travel north in search of Segovia and Bilbao.

Segovia

We couldn't race to our night's stop without letting you in on the pretty hillside town of Segovia. We'll marvel at the ancient bridge of Roman Aqueduct, made up of 166 granite arches, and feel the pang of jealousy at this town's suite of mansions.

Bilbao

Bilbao might get bragging rights to being an up-and-coming cultural hub of Spain, but that hasn't diminished its uber laid back spirit. Home of one of the world’s most famous museums, the Museo Guggenheim, use your afternoon to play art critique and absorb Bilbao's pretty surrounds and architecture. Tonight, you can choose to feast on regional delicacies until you are full to the brim, making sure that going home hungry is not an option. Nom. 

Stay

Puerta de Bilbao Hotel (or similar)

DAY 4 - Bilbao to Pamplona via San Sebastian

Bilbao

Adiós Bilbao! Thanks for a delicious evening in your super cozy, culture buzzing nest. Next stop, ocean hangs.

San Sebastian

What a way to start your day - dipping in the Bay of Biscay. San Sebastian is a postcard town where cobbled lanes slope towards pristine beaches. Take a dip, do some shopping, or sit in a bar eating endless plates of pinxtos (the basque word for tapas).

Pamplona

Although Pamplona may be known for its Running of the Bulls mayhem, that doesn't interfere with its popularity right through the year. Opt to venture through the well-preserved old town and its incredible gothic cathedral on our walking tour, maybe ending the historical fix with a spot of fresh trout and red peppers - a regional specialty.

Stay

Augustinas Hotel Pamplona (or similar)

DAY 5 - Pamplona to Barcelona via Zaragoza

Pamplona

This morning we spread our wings and take metaphorical flight once again, this time in the direction of Zaragoza with an end goal of none other than bustling Barcelona.

Zaragoza

A colourful cathedral & traditional Spanish churros will set our hearts aflutter in Zaragoza, as we roam the casco (old town) soaking up historic architecture and good vibes aplenty. Even the pit stops are amazing on Contiki. 

Barcelona

With 2-nights in Barcelona, you'll be pronouncing Barcelona's C with a "tthh" like a true local by the time we make tracks. We'll kick things off with a walk through the Gothic Quarter & La Rambla district - two of the city's must-do's for an instant look at this pretty spot, and a sure way to feel like a local in no time.

Stay

Park Puxtet (or similar)

INCLUDED EXPERIENCES

  • See Gaudi's Sagrada Familia & the 1992 Olympic Games complex

  • Explore Barcelona's Gothic beauty on a walking tour including Las Ramblas

DAY 6 - Barcelona

Barcelona

Sample some paella, and take an unmissable wander through the colourful gardens of Parc Güell for a look at the architecture that has helped put this city on the map. Beach lovers could head to the shores of the Mediterranean Sea - the day is yours to do with as you please. And chances are the optional Barcelona Bike Tour should be very high on your Barcelona bucket-list. 

Stay

Park Puxtet (or similar)

FREE TIME ADD-ONS

  • Explore the baroque beauty of Barcelona with a bike tour

    EUR 24.00

  • Flamenco Show with Dinner

    EUR 64.00

DAY 7 - Barcelona to Ibiza

Barcelona

Today is a complete change of scene as we take flight (this time literally) to Ibiza baby! The crystal clear waters, music and chilled out vibes are calling us for the next two nights. Let's do this!

Ibiza

Worshiped world wide as the party destination to end all party destinations. Super clubs, super DJs, super strobes like you've never seen them before, and that's just the island's 3am draw cards. For those that like to take the chilled approach, the island's beaches need to be seen to be believed. We like to call them heavenly. Ahhh bliss. 

Stay

El Puerto Hotel (or similar)

INCLUDED EXPERIENCES

  • Flight to the famous island of Ibiza

DAY 8 - Ibiza

Ibiza

Although this seems to be an island that never sleeps, you're going to need to drag that head out of bed so you can see the incredible beauty of the place when drenched in daylight. Go snorkelling, explore Ibiza's cute old town and it's little souvenir shops, and watch the sun set on another perfect day with your Contiki fam.

Stay

El Puerto Hotel (or similar)

FREE TIME ADD-ONS

  • Ibiza Party Package

    EUR 59.00

DAY 9 - Ibiza to Granada via Denia

Ibiza

Today we ferry back to the main land with Ibiza ticked off our bucket list. 

Denia

Granada

Granada is brimming with romance and offering an eclectic mix of Arab and Spanish feels only to be found in Andalusia, this is one place you may never want to leave. 

Stay

Los Angeles Hotel Granada (or similar)

DAY 10 - Granada

Granada

Visiting the Muslim Quarter of the Albaicin and the Capilla Real and the incredible Alhambra are just some of the ways your day can be filled. Granada is also known for its incredible food - not least of all its Arab pastries - so you could also fill your whole day pleasuring your sense of taste. 

Stay

Los Angeles Hotel Granada (or similar)

INCLUDED EXPERIENCES

  • Locally Guided Tour of the Alhambra

FREE TIME ADD-ONS

  • Guided Tour of Albaicin & Capilla Real

    EUR 19.00

DAY 11 - Granada to Fez

Granada

Bouncing out of bed should be no problem this morning, given the day of exploration we have laying ahead. Fez is sitting patiently on our to-do list.  Yes, we are crossing into another country today, exotic Morocco, where tagines and treats await. 

Gibraltar

With an English rock (aptly named the Rock of Gibraltar), this English colony can be explored on an optional tour of the rock with our guide, where you'll see the far reaching landscapes, as well as get up close to the cheekier residents, monkeys or Barbary Apes if you're wanting to keep it official! Just try and make sure they don't steal your hat. Visit St. Michael's Caves, and the 'Den' but the views are the jewel in the crown. Utter bliss. 

Tangier

Fez

After we've caught the wind in our hair we'll disembark the boat and drive through dusty roads and palm trees to Fez, the medieval capital of Morocco & a time capsule of the ancient Arab world, it will tantalize you to your very core, and tomorrow is a full day to go deep. 

Stay

Mounia Hotel Fez (or similar)

INCLUDED EXPERIENCES

  • Scenic drive past Marbella & Malaga

DAY 12 - Fez

Fez

Today will see us stepping back - just casually - to the remnants of 9th century North Africa. Today is going to be busy, because that's the best way to see it all. Amongst histoical sights, we'll see the Royal Palace or Wooden Galerie (Foundouk Nijarrine), marvel our way through the UNESCO-listed Medina with a Local Guide,  looking for exotic mementos, and begin to uncover the layers of Moroccan mysteries hidden within the city. We'll even find time for a spot of carpet-shopping at the drool-worthy Cooperative of Handmade Carpets. Tonight, you can opt to go local or put on your party pants for an optional Moroccan feast & show.

Stay

Mounia Hotel Fez (or similar)

INCLUDED EXPERIENCES

  • Guided local tour of the Medina of Fez

  • See the Royal Palace, the Medina and the local markets

  • Visit the cooperative of handmade carpets, Fez

FREE TIME ADD-ONS

  • Have a traditional moroccan dinner in the Fes Medina

    EUR 38.00

DAY 13 - Fez to Marrakech

Fez

We say farewell to Fez and her many traditions and head to perhaps the most famous city in the country – Marrakech. This evening, see exactly why they call Marrakech the Red City.

Marrakech

We've made it to Marrakech, a place of pretty architecture, a bustling medina and shopping opportunities galore. This place is fast, fun and exciting, in every possible way. On arrival you could head to Jamaa el Fna Square to rub shoulders with the locals and grab some eats on the run. One place to get 'the shot' is from a restaurant overlooking the Medina, the smoky atmosphere, local music and people bustling under the twinkling lights, is something you'll never forget. And you won’t forget tonight’s accommodation in a hurry, either. Our Special Stay in Marrakech is Riad Africa, a retreat formed from 3 historical merchant houses. Here we’ll enjoy two swimming pools, a traditional spa, a rooftop restaurant and Morroccan cooking school, not to mention the gorgeous architecture and decor. Tomorrow, exploring galore awaits.

Stay

Riad Africa (or similar)

DAY 14 - Marrakech

Marrakech

We'll guide you around the city's hotspots with our local Morroccan guide leading the charge. On our hitlist this morning is a berber pharmacy to pick up some argan oil and other exotic potions and lotions,  then free time is yours. Taking on the markets of the Medina like a boss is a must while you're here, and an unforgettable experience. It's here you'll pick up treats and treasures, stopping for tagines to re-fuel but of course. Looking for a little bit of culture? The Marjorelle Gardens, owned by Yves St Laurent are a slice of paradise in amongst the madness, with the electric blues and yellow colours and lush green plants making for A+ Instagram opportunities. Tonight, getting your eat on is a must, and our optional feast and show is the best way to do just that as you indluge in tagines, cous cous and lip smacking desserts that guarantee you'll be rolling out of there but travellers, the night is young!

Stay

Riad Africa (or similar)

INCLUDED EXPERIENCES

  • Guided local tour of Marrakech

  • See bustling Jamaa el Fna Square

DAY 15 - Marrakech to Assilah via Casablanca and Rabat

Marrakech

The intoxicating beauty and mayhem of Marrakech should have us well and truly hooked on all things Morocco. With this new found love we'll head north to Assilah, exploring the West Coast along the way. 


 

Casablanca

Rabat

Assilah

Located on the Atlantic East coast of Morocco, we make our final Moroccan stop in this well-preserved 15th Century town built bythe Colonial Portuguese. Absorb your last night of North African exoticism, enjoying every minute of this other-wordly city. 

Stay

Al Khaimah Hotel Asilah (or similar)

DAY 16 - Tangier to Seville via Tangier and Tarifa

Assilah

Our African odyssey has come to an end. But with the south of Spain and Portugal in our not to distant future, we don't see too many distressed faces in the crowd. Let's do this!  

Tangier

Tarifa

Seville

Our next stop is calling, and it's going to be a winner. 13th Century architecture and one of the world's biggest cathedrals wait for us in the passionate arms of south Spain's Seville. Stroll the city's lake and preserve some energy for an evening exploring local haunts and enjoying the balmy weather of the south, and we'll start out the night with a feast of Andalusian treats including salty olives, marinated fish and fresh local specialities. Salud! 

Stay

YIT Via Sevilla Mairena (or similar)

FREE TIME ADD-ONS

  • Gibraltar Guided Rock Tour

    EUR 30.00

DAY 17 - Seville

Seville

Now that we're settled into the smooth sailing slow paced vibes of Seville, let's not go ruining things by rushing around. A full free day to explore is just what you need, and a full free day is what you shall have. To make the most of it, you could sign up for our optional guided walking tour of Seville, passing by the Plaza Espana & through Santa Cruz (the Old Jewish Quarter) and gawping at the intricate exteriors of the Cathedral and Alcazar (while also mentally ticking off a Game of Thrones filming location), before cutting yourself loose to explore at your own pace. This evening you can opt in for our Eat With Seville experience, tasting traditional specialties cooked by locals in their own homes. Nothing like a bit of authenticity to round off our last night in Spain.

Stay

YIT Via Sevilla Mairena (or similar)

INCLUDED EXPERIENCES

  • Visit Seville's famous Plaza de España

FREE TIME ADD-ONS

  • Guided walking Tour

    EUR 20.00

  • Eat with the locals on the rooftops of Seville and be serenaded with Spanish guitar

    EUR 36.00

DAY 18 - Seville to Lisbon

Seville

So long for now, Spain! We'll be kicking it in Portugal for a couple of days before we drift back your way for our grand finale in Madrid. Tough life innit?! Crossing the border, spirits are high as we cruise along the Algarve, where Portuguese tarts await us, and more about that tomorrow. 

Lisbon

Welcome to yet another example of incredible Europe...how these countries can sit so geographically close yet be so distinctly different is beyond our comprehension. Vintage looking trams roll down pretty streets, and tiny intricate tiles make everything gloriously cute. Today we'll get guided around the city and check out all the hotspots, like Portugal's Christo Rei (Christ the Redeemer), Rossio Square where people watching is premium, the Belem District, home to the famous tower of the same name, and feel some Moorish vibes at a monastery where Vasco de Gama's tomb is held. Afterwards we'll take to the streets for some food and a night out with the squad, no doubt feeling pumped for exploring tomorrow. 

INCLUDED EXPERIENCES

  • See the Castelo deSao Jorge, the Praca do Comercio and Rossio & Praça da Figueira

  • Visit Lisbon Belem District, famous for some of the city's major monuments

DAY 19 - Lisbon

Lisbon

This morning you can choose to visit Sintra and Cascais, two local towns where packing your swimmers for a dip is essential. If you haven't already fallen in love then here's more of a picture about what's in store for you global roamers. Ruins with a  throwback to Moorish and Roman times, cute domed cathedrals, plazas lined with sunny cafes and grand squares where stopping for drinks and peri peri chicken along the way is essential. Those looking for local vibes will fall head over heels for bohemian bars and riverside clubs,  and plenty of cute boutiques for those feeling an itch for spending. Wrap things up by tasting the city over a traditional Portuguese dinner packed with seafood. 

FREE TIME ADD-ONS

  • Guided Tour to Sintra & Cascais

    EUR 18.50

  • Lisbon like a local

    EUR 38.00

DAY 20 - Lisbon to Madrid

Lisbon

Our last full day on tour, last chance for some final Pastel de nata (those Portuguese egg tart pastry's we have no doubt come to know and love). Save the sadness for tomorrow, today we take the scenic journey back to Madrid for one final evening of mischief. 

Madrid

Here we are, back where the party started 20 life-changing days ago. A traditional Madridlenos dinner is up for grabs this evening, a final salute to the culture filled extravaganza that has been our epic journey. We're talking fried squid, chorizo, Spanish tortillas...and that's just the start. All washed down with some wine, all in the name of culture of course! 

FREE TIME ADD-ONS

  • Eat a traditional Madrilenos feast including jamon and tortilla, Madrid

    EUR 37.50

DAY 21 - Depart Madrid

Madrid

Tears and tissues and pinky swears for a reunion trip will mark the blur of sadness that is our morning departure. These are the memories that will stay with you a life time; make sure your next Contiki adventure is just around the corner. 

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What documents do I need to travel?

Dependent on where you’re travelling and your nationality, you'll need a valid passport and may also need visas to enter into certain countries - please check this well in advance of your trip departure date. The majority of our Europe trips travel in countries that are covered by the Schengen Agreement which relates to visas. Citizens of many countries - e.g. Australia, New Zealand, United States, Canada - can travel in the Schengen area without a visa. If you require a visa to enter the Schengen area you only need to obtain one visa which will allow you to travel in all Schengen countries. For non-Schengen countries, you may be able to obtain a visa upon arrival, depending on your nationality. Some countries also require passports to have 3-6 months left on them before the given expiry date, so be sure to double check this before booking your travels.

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1. Visas can take up to six weeks & a fee is normally charged.
2. Failure to obtain all necessary visas could cause you to miss part or all of your trip & will result in you incurring considerable expense & inconvenience.
3. It is better to apply for all visas through your travel agent or local consular services before you leave home.
4. Contiki will provide you with visa contacts from our London base at the Royal National Hotel, if necessary.

What are the luggage restrictions?

On our European trips, you can bring one bag or suitcase of 73cm x 50cm x 25cm (29” x 20” x 10”), with a max weight of 20kg (44lbs) to be stored in the hold & one small day bag to take on board. Your day bag should be a backpack, duffel bag or satchel only (no small luggage cases or suitcases with wheels on board the coach).

What do the Contiki team do?

People are at the heart of everything we do, and our team is what makes our trips the best. Our worldwide On-Road Team, locally based staff & network of Local Guides are all extensively trained & widely travelled, & are the best in the business. But we know it’s not just about training, it’s about passion & our team have it in their blood. 
Your Trip Manager is like your walking, talking guidebook – just for you. They plan your itinerary every day, organise your food and accomodation and book your Free Time Add ons, and because they know everything about where you’re going, you will too. Your Drivers are the experts on getting you from A to B efficiently and safely in Europe. They know their way around better than google maps & they’ll drop you at your door & unload your bags for you. Local Guides provide specialist knowledge when you need it and will always help you avoid the tourist traps.

What's not included that I should budget for?

Aside from essentials like flights, how much spending money you’ll need will depend on the duration of the trip and how much you anticipate spending on personal expenses like alcohol or shopping. Before you travel, it’s also a good idea to read up on and get an idea of the Free Time Add-Ons you think you’ll want to do on trip, as these will form part of your overall budget. We’d advise doing some research on your chosen European destinations beforehand, looking at things like:
 
- Cost of a local lunch
 
- Cost of a local dinner
 
- Cost of a local taxi
 
- Cost of entry to a sightseeing spot


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The same goes for your Contiki Team. If you feel that your Trip Manager & Driver’s service has been exceptional, then feel free to tip them if you feel they’ve done a great job. If you choose to tip, we recommend around 2 Euros per day, however whether or not you choose to tip (& how much) is completely up to you.

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Yes! Our fleet of modern, sleek coaches are kitted out with WiFi in all places except Greece, as are most hotels & hostels across the continent, so you’ll always be able to effortlessly get online and update everyone back home about your incredible adventure.

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