At Ole Spain Tours, we work with couples, families and groups of all sizes to create the perfect trip. We listen crefully to your need and interests to create the ideal itinerary. We offer many choises of transportation and lodging. Flexibility is our modus operandi!
Customized Travel
Our most popular itineraries for exploring the great cities of Spain, Portugal and Moroccom. We can arrange your trip.
Escorted Tours
Join a group to highlights of Spain and main cities. Luxury buses, experienced guides. In these pages you will find circuits of different days with dates guaranteed. The trips are in group and guides give information in one or more languages.
Cruise on rails
In a deluxe train that follows the old rail roads in Northern Spain, where you will sleep in a suite, enjoy the best northern and south Spain gastronomy and its restaurants, visits the main monuments, discover beauiful resort cities and its towns and beaches.
Sightseeing & One day tours
The Iberian Peninsula is rich cities full of history, culture and physical beauty. The best way to see these cities is with a knowledgeable guide. Ole Spain can help you put together a package of custom tours and tour extensions, with expert private Guides, Drivers ... Etc
+ Custom Services
+ Motorcoach Services
Custom Group Tours
For over decade we has worked with travel agents and tour leaders to organize custom tours from groups of five to hundred. We create unique tours to each client and we can arrange any special activities.
Customized Travel
Spain by train
We Combine visits by train and other means of transport to the principal cities of Spain, with personalized visits by foot, private car and in reduced groups to major tourist sites. In addition we provide a carefully chosen selection of hotels, free time in principal cities, excellent suggestions for leisure time activities, as well as personalized 24 hours assistance.
Customized Travel / Spain by train / Departures from Barcelona / Andalusian Spain
Andalusian Spain 6 days
730 euros
(Barcelona - Málaga - Sevilla - Granada - Córdoba - Barcelona)
Although today, Spain has some of the most modern and rapid trains, at times during this trip you will not be able to shake the feeling that you have stepped back in time. Without leaving Eastern Europe, you will come to know cities that seem to have been taken out of the Tales of a thousand and One Nights. In Cordoba, you will visit one of the largest and most ancient mosques, a true forest of exquisite columns and one of the highpoints of the architecture of the Moorish period of Spain. In Seville, you will be able to stroll narrow streets, clearly inherited from the Moorish period, and climb one of the loveliest minarets in existence. In Granada, you will walk through the sumptuous rooms of one of the most celebrated and best-conserved medieval Islamic palaces.And all this without leaving Spain, and only a few hours by train from Madrid, Spain´s active and modern capital.



Suggested Itinerary                 
                                     
Day 1. Barcelona – Malaga
You will depart on your own to Barcelona Train station to catch the train  to Malaga. Upon arrival, you will go on your own to your selected hotel. Overnight stay in Malaga.

Day 2. Malaga 
Breakfast Day at leisure to visit the city and enjoy the beach. Overnight Stay in Malaga.

Day 3. Malaga – Seville 
Breakfast. Today you will depart on your own to Malaga Train Station to catch the train to Sevilla. Upon arrival, you will go on your own to your selected hotel. Rest of the day at leisure . Overnight Stay in Seville.

Day 4. Seville – Granada
Breakfast. This morning you will be met by a guide and join a group to visit  the Cathedral and the Royal Alcazar  as well as the Santa Cruz quarter. In the afternoon, train to Granada.  Upon arrival, you will go on your own to your selected hotel. Overnight stay in Granada.

Day 5. Granada – Cordoba
Breakfast. You will be met by a guide and join a group to visit the Alhambra Palace & Generalife Gardens.  Rest of the day at leisure. This afternoon you will depart on your own to Granada Train Station to catch the train to Cordoba. Overnight stay in Cordoba.

Day 6. Cordoba – Barcelona 
Breakfast. This morning you will be met by a guide and join a group to visit the Mosque and the Jewish Quarter.  Leisure time. Afternoon, you will depart on your own to Cordoba Train Station to catch the train to Barcelona. End of the services.

NIGHTS

CITY

CODE

ACCOMMODATION

2

MALAGA

«T»
«F»

«C»

Tourist Class

First Class

Charming

1

SEVILLE

«T»
«F»

«C»

Tourist Class

First Class

Charming

1

GRANADA

«T»
«F»

«C»

Tourist Class

First Class

Charming

1

CORDOBA

«T»
«F»

«C»

Tourist Class

First Class

Charming

 

 PRICES PER PERSON IN EUROS FROM 

Code

Triple Room

Double Room

Single Supplement

«T »

730

720

120

«F »

790

790

170

«C »

850

880

220



The Price Included


- Half  Day Regular visit to the cities : Sevilla, Granada &  Cordoba    
- Entrance fees to the Monuments
- Train Ticket in tourist class : Barcelona – Málaga / Málaga- Sevilla / Sevilla – Granada / Granada – Córdoba /  Córdoba - Barcelona
- 5 nights hotel accommodation 
- Daily Breakfast
- Taxes   


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Custom Services
Walking Tour of Old Malaga- MALAGA



The Tour Includes:
- English speaking local guide
- Walking Tour through the 
   historical heard of Malaga
- Taxes
 
We will to start a tour of Málaga at the earliest historical monument in the city – the Roman Theatre. It was built in the first century AD. But significant parts of the Roman arena were used in the dramatic building that sits directly above it - the Alcazaba, the greatest remaining monument of Muslim Málaga. You can walk up to the former palace or take a lift and there you will discover elegant patios and fine carved arches, as well as great views over the city. For those with lots of time on their hands, a climb further up the hill, following the defensive walls, leads you to the Gibralfaro, a largely ruined castle with even better vistas of Malaga and its stunning position between mountains and sea.Just a short walk from the Alcazaba is the greatest of Málaga’s Christian buildings, the Cathedral. The present building has led a tortuous life. An early incarnation was abandoned and from this survives a wonderfully ornate Gothic doorway, now part of the Sagrario church on Calle Santa María, next to the Cathedral proper. The dramatic difference in the style of this door and the Cathedral, which was begun in 1526, reflects the huge shifts in culture in the early sixteenth century, as the Renaissance took hold in Spain. A short walk from the Cathedral brings us to the Palacio de Buenavista, a Renaissance Palace that now houses the undoubted jewel in Málaga’s cultural crown - the Picasso Museum. The twentieth century’s most celebrated artist was born in Málaga and lived here for the first ten years of his life. Around the corner is the church where the artist was baptised, the oldest in the city - the Santiago. Look out for its lovely doorway and tower, both in the Mudejar style – Muslim craft in a Christian context.Nearby is the Plaza de la Merced, the square most beloved of the people of Malaga. It was here that Picasso was born in 1881, and you can visit the Casa Natal, a small museum on the site of his birthplace, on the corner of a long and stylish nineteenth-century terrace. From the Plaza de la Merced, walk back into Calle Granada, passing numerous distinguished eighteenth-, nineteenth- and twentieth-century buildings on the way to the city’s more official ain square, the Plaza de la Constitucíon.
Turning west of the square takes you to the authentic old town of the city, with several churches hidden in its narrow, bustling streets : Los Martíres, Saint Paola and Saint Ciriaco,The church of San Juan .. etc. Another highlight is the nearby Atarazanas Market whose entrance, dating back to the fourteenth-century, was the gateway to the busy Muslim shipyard. A little way from the market is the Alameda Principal, Málaga’s eighteenth- and nineteenth-century promenade, on which you will find Casa La Guardia, the city’s oldest bodega, where you can enjoy the authentic sweet wine of the city, in an atmosphere that one imagines has changed very little since it opened back in 1840.

City Walk: Catedral & Royal Alcaza-r SEVILLA  


 

The Tour Includes:
- English speaking local guide
- Entrance fees to the Cathedral 
  and Royal Alcazar 
- Taxes
 
We will start our tour by visiting the Royal Alcazares, world heritage and one of the most remaining examples of Mudejar architecture and the visit of the Cathedral of Sevilla, the largest gothic cathedral of the world, where Cristopher Columbus remains lie. We will then discover Santa Cruz, the famous Jewish quarter: a labyrinth of narrow streets which lead to the georgeous Plaza de los Venerables.

   
Walking Tour: Alhambra Palace & Generalife Gardens- GRANADA



The Tour Includes:
- English speaking local guide
- Entrance fees to the Alhambra 
  Palace
- Taxes
 
The local guide will meet you at the hotel and will take you to the Alhambra for a walking tour of this impressive fortress, palace and gardens that was once one of the most splendorous cities in Spain. Once the walking tour is finish, the guide will indicate you the best places to go, eat and enjoy for the rest of your stay.


Mosque City walk- CORDOBA


 

The Tour Includes:
 - English speaking local guide
 - Entrance fees to the Mosque
 - Taxes
 
Your guide will meet you at the hotel where you will start this personalized walking tour. Strolling through its streets you will arrive into the Mosque (Mosque) for its visit. After the visit you will continue exploring the oldest part of the ancient city, where is located the Jewish Quarter, where you will find some interesting buildings, and where the guide will point you some of the most interesting buildings that you can explore on your own. At the end of the visit, the guide will leave you at the place or restaurant you will decide.