Unfortunate Spain


2N Madrid – 2N Seville -3N Ibiza – 2N Valencia-3N Barcelona

It’s always a good time to travel to Spain. That’s because this country in southern Europe has all the ingredients to make your visit an unforgettable experience. Cities which bear the marks of a rich mixture of cultures, monuments and natural spaces awarded the World Heritage designation by the UNESCO, some of the world’s most important museums, beaches to suit everybody, a pleasant climate all year round, the healthy Mediterranean diet, typically Spanish traditions such as flamenco and bullfighting… This is a place where life is always enjoyed to the utmost.



On arrival meet and greet by our representative.

Transfer from airport to hotel. Check in and freshen up. Standard check in time is 1400 hrs. 

Later day is free for personal activities.

day 1


0730-1030 Hrs breakfast at the hotel

Madrid Hop on Hop off Tour. The funniest and easiest way to know the city. Get on board our double-decker buses! With one ticket, you will be able to hop on and off the bus all day along the route of your choice or change to another, admiring the architectural and cultural 


magnificence of Madrid, with the commentaries offered through a headphones audio system in fourteen different languages. You will be given a map of the city and discount checks for different shops and restaurants in the city. The operational frequency, depending on the season of the year, ranges approximately between 7 and 15 minutes, depending on the season.

Route 1 takes about 80 min.and Route 2 lasts about 65 minutes. 

Route 1 (blue colour): Prado Museum, Puerta de Alcala, Barrio de Salamanca, Plaza de Colón, Plaza de Cibeles, Gran Vía, Plaza de España, Templo de Debod, Teatro Real, Royal Palace, Puerta de Toledo, San Francisco El Grande, Almudena Cathedral , Plaza Mayor, Puerta del Sol, Círculo Bellas Artes, Thyssen Museum, Reina Sofía Museum, Jardín Botánico and Prado Museum.

Route 2 (green colour): Plaza Neptuno, Plaza de Cibeles, Plaza de Colón, Sculpture Museum, Museum of Natural Sciences, Nuevos Ministerios, Santiago Bernabéu, C.S.I. Científicas, Lázaro Galdiano Museum, Serrano, Archaeological Museum, Puerta de Alcalá, Alcalá, Puerta del Sol, Plaza de las Cortes and Plaza Neptuno.


day 2

Madrid – seville (Travel time: Approx. 4 hr 59 min/534.7 km)

0730-1030 Hrs Breakfast at hotel

At a convenient time, transfer to the station for departure by fast-train to Sevilla. Upon arrival, transfer to the hotel and check-in. Rest of the day at leisure. Overnight in the hotel.

day 3


0730-1030 Hrs Breakfast at hotel

Today enjoy your hop on hop off day pass in Sevilla to explore the capital of Andalucia and discover its jewels. Overnight in the hotel.

day 4

Seville -Ibiza (Travel time: Approx. 3 hr 10 By Flight)

0730-1030 Hrs Breakfast at hotel

Transfer to airport . Board your flight for Ibiza. Arrive Ibiza. Transfer in private minibus to Ibiza Hotel. Check in and freshen up. Standard check in time is 1400 hrs. 

Day at leisure: Ibiza is famous throughout the world for beaches and glamorous night life. Free day to relax or enjoy the beautiful island on own.

day 5


0730-1030 Hrs Breakfast at hotel.

Day at leisure : Today is free for personal activities.  Enjoy beautiful beaches.

day 6


0730-1030 Hrs Breakfast at hotel.

Day at leisure : Today is free for personal activities.  Enjoy beautiful beaches.

day 7

Ibiza – Valencia (Travel time: Approx. 3 hr 36 min km by ferry)

0730-1030 Hrs breakfast at the hotel

Valencia Tourist Bus for 24 Hrs. Today explore Valencia from the comfort of a hop on-hop off a double-decker bus. Meander through the historic old town with Route A and head out to the coast on Route B. This route now has a new stop at Paseo de la Alameda at the door of the Archivo Municipal, which will allow you to visit the Mestalla Forever Tour and the Museum of Military 


History. Tickets are available for 24 hours and there are audio guides in eight languages. 
Valencia has been the capital of this part of eastern Spain since the time of the Islamic Taifa of Balansiya, more than 1,000 years ago and as such boasts a number of palaces and churches that are renowned throughout the world. 

Route A has eight stops: Plaça de la Reina, IVAM, San Pio V, Nuevo centro, the Conference Hall, Dama Ibérica, Bioparc, Valencia History Museum and AVE. See the stunning Silk Exchange, La Llotja, a medieval hall that is considered a masterpiece of Gothic architecture and has been declared a Unesco World Heritage Site. Just over 100 metres from Stop 1 is the beautiful Cathedral, a mainly Gothic structure that also has Romanesque, Renaissance, Baroque and neo-Classical features. Alight at Stop 3 and visit the Museum of Fine Arts or maybe take a stroll the park over the dried-up riverbed of the Turia. 

Take Route B and discover the city’s maritime heritage. This line heads out to the Mediterranean, where Valencia has opened out to the world since time immemorial. There are 12 stops: Plaça de la Reina, the Fallas Museum, CAC, l’Oceanogràfic, Aqua, Las Arenas, the port, Paseo de la Alameda, Baleares and San Pio V. 

Meeting/pick-up point: You can get the bus at any of the stops on the routes.

Duration: Each complete route lasts about 90 minutes.

Start/opening time: Depends on the stop, but generally from 9.30am. 

End/closing time: At 8pm with services extended until 10pm in July and August.

Languages: Audioguides in Japanese, English, French, Italian, Spanish, Dutch, Portuguese, Catalan and Mandarin. Others: The meeting point for every last Sunday of the month is at Calle Conde Trenor, next to the “Casa de los Caramelos” sweet shop.


day 8

Valencia - Barcelona (Travel time: Approx. 3 hr 36 min/349 km)

0730-1030 Hrs Breakfast at hotel.

Transfer to Ibiza airport in a private minibus. Board your flight to Barcelona. Arrive Barcelona. Transfer to hotel in a private minibus. Check in and freshen up. Standard check in time is 1400 hrs. 

Tablao Flamenco El Patio Andaluz — 2nd show (Drink & show) (on own). El Patio Andaluz is one of the city’s top flamenco venues and in ideal location to experience this vibrant, passionate art form where music, dance and singing combine to form a fiery spectacle that will not leave you indifferent. Enjoy the show with a drink. It is one of Barcelona’s top flamenco venues and all the great artists have played here. You can choose from two shows every evening with some of this passionate art form’s greatest artists, including singers, dancers and musicians. Enjoy rumbas and sevillanas and the harsher 


cante jondo style, true expression of the deepest soul of Andalusia. Communication between the performers and the audience are an essential part of flamenco and at the end of the performance you’ll be encouraged to join in. You’ll find a well-stocked bar on the ground floor and a great restaurant downstairs serving Catalan, Spanish and Andalusian specialities. So come for a night to remember at Barcelona’s top flamenco venue! 

Duration: 1 hour show.

Start/opening time: Customer entry at 7.30pm, Show starts at 8.10pm.

End/closing time: 9.20pm.

day 9


0730-1030 Hrs Breakfast at Hotel.

Barcelona City Tour – hop on-hop off.  Today enjoy the city at your own pace with panoramic tour in an open-top double-decker bus which is ideal. This hop on-hop off service gives you complete flexibility to board and alight as many times as you want. There are three routes covering all the top sites such as the Sagrada Familia, Park Güell, the Camp Nou, the Gothic Quarter and the Olympic Ring. Thoroughly researched audio guide commentary in 12 languages allows you to learn about the history and culture of Catalonia’s vibrant and cosmopolitan capital. 
You’ll also be provided with a map and guidebook that indicates all the stops on the route as well a book of vouchers offering discounts at a number of businesses throughout the city. Just sit back and enjoy the sights from a different perspective. You can also avail of a free Wi-Fi service. 
The brand new buses are specially adapted for passengers with limited mobility and are equipped with a sliding roof in the event of rain. And with the two new routes, you’ll also have the chance to visit the most emblematic areas of the city and discover the new Barcelona, from the spectacular Agbar Tower to new urban beaches. Buses pass between every 10 and 20 minutes depending on the time of year, and each route takes approximately two hours. By far the best way to discover this most fascinating of cities!

Meeting/pick-up point: First stop is at Plaça Catalunya but you can get on at any officially approved Barcelona City Tour bus stop. 

Start/opening time: At 9am

End/closing time: 7pm in winter and 8pm in summer.

Languages: Audioguide in Spanish, Catalan, English, German, French, Italian, Dutch, Mandarin, Japanese, Portuguese, Hindi and Russian.

day 10


0730-1030 Hrs Breakfast at Hotel.

FC Barcelona museum and stadium tour (On Own). Today learn first-hand the history and the values that make FC Barcelona ‘more than a club’ with a visit to the team’s magnificent museum and stunning stadium, the largest in Europe. Your footballing adventure begins at the museum spread out over two floors at the Camp Nou stadium, where you’ll find interactive murals, a multimedia zone and also discover an extensive collection of objects and memorabilia. The tour will allow you to discover the fascinating and trophy-laden history of FC Barcelona and to gain a better understanding of the club’s heritage in the four spaces dedicated to its fundamental values: Catalan language and culture, universality, engagement in social issues and democracy. Then you’ll be free to walk around the Camp Nou itself, visiting some of its most famous areas: the visiting team’s dressing room and the tunnel – just imagine yourself walking down the tunnel onto the pitch, you can almost hear the roar of 100,000 fans! – and then you‘ll be able to enjoy a panoramic view of the stadium from the pitch, making the dream of every Barça fan come true, feeling for a fleeting moment like a player of FC Barcelona, the greatest club in the world. 

Admire, also, the exhibition of the six trophies collected by club in the unforgettable year of 2009, when the team managed by Pep Guardiola won the Spanish League, the Copa del Rey, the Champions League, the Spanish Super Cup, the UEFA Super Cup and the FIFA Club World Cup, a feat unparalleled in football history.

Duration: About 90 minutes. 

Start/opening time: At 9.30am. From October 13 to December 21 at 10am. 

End/closing time: 6.30pm. 7.30pm from April 14 to October 12 and Sundays except from October 13 to December 21, when it’s 2.30pm. 

Others: Visits are not guided; however you can arrange to hire the services of a private guide. 

Opening times and access to some areas are subject to change on match days and the day prior to certain games. 

day 11

Barcelona - Depart

0730-1030 Hrs Breakfast at Hotel.

Day Free until departure. Later Pick up from the hotel and drop to the airport in a private minibus Board your flight back to your home destination.



0730-1030 Hrs Breakfast at Hotel.

Day Free until departure. Later Pick up from the hotel and drop to the airport in a private minibus Board your flight back to your home destination.



day 12