Magical Spain - Wine and Culture (8 Nights / 9 Days)

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Travel through Spain and experience the culture and gastronomy Spain has to offer.
Night 1 : Parador de Hondarribia
Hondarribia sets the standard for tourism on the Bay of Biscay coast. The city offers any number of leisure options: beaches, mountains, hiking and adventure sports will allow you to enjoy it with all of your senses. If you are a golf lover, you will be pleased to know that you can play at either of the two courses in town: Justiz Golf and Real Club de Golf.Walking along the cobbled streets of the walle...

Night 2,3 : Parador de Calahorra
Calahorra is also a wine-producing region. Not much more than fifteen minutes from the hotel, you can visit the first Rioja Baja Wine Museum, located in Nuestra Señora del Portal Chapel in Aldeanueva del Ebro, or tour fantastic wineries where they make exquisite Riojas.The historic town center is well worth a visit. You can take a walk through town and marvel at the cathedral; the Muslim old quarter...

Night 4 : Parador de Siguenza
In Sigüenza you will enjoy a real journey back in time as you visit the cathedral, with its famous sepulcro del Doncel (tomb of the youth), chapels and cemetery.  You can stroll through historic neighborhoods, medieval Travesaña and the baroque neighborhood of San Roque. There are a number of typical small Castilian villages located throughout this large municipality, where traditional customs interact...

Night 5 : Parador de Toledo
Toledo is the ideal place to discover the traces left behind by three cultures: Muslim, Jewish and Christian. Wander through its narrow side streets, squares and gardens, visit the alcázar, the cathedral, its mosques and synagogue, baths and caves. You will fall in love with the city, just as Quevedo, El Greco and Béquer didToledo also offers the magic of the night. You won't want to miss the spectacular...

Night 6 : Parador de Cordoba
Córdoba, a World Heritage City, is a treasure chest of fascinating beauty. Its mosque is the most important Islamic monument in the West and one of the most amazing in the world. Córdoba's emblematic courtyards offer an incomparable explosion of color. Their flowerpots and well-kept flowers will appeal to all of your senses. They are in their fullest glory during the Festival de los Patios (Courtyard...

Night 7,8 : Parador de Carmona
Many different peoples found Carmona to be an ideal spot to settle and they left behind traces that still remain today. Must-see sights include the Puerta de Sevilla (Seville Gate); the Roman necropolis, evidence of a magnificent past; and the Museum of the City of Carmona, which provides a journey through the town's history. It is less than half an hour by car from the tranquility of our Parador and...