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Cities of the Spanish South

From the Sierra Nevada to the sea
Holiday information
Nights: 10
Accommodation: one 2-star hotel, three 3-star hotels, one 4-star hotel
Meals: 10 breakfasts
Included extras: street plans and detailed notes for self-guided walking tours of all cities
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Why not combine this cultural journey with a week’s walking on the Costa de la Luz, just south of Cádiz? Alternatively, you could add a stay in historic Málaga, if flying via the city.
This Holiday in a nutshell
  • self-guided cultural journey by rail
  • explore five unique & fascinating cities
  • stylish, centrally located hotels
  • renowned gastronomy; rich & varied history
  • detailed cultural notes provided, including self-guided city tours

So many of the things we associate with Spain – mouthwatering tapas, fiery flamenco, colourful fiestas  and crisp, deliciously dry sherry – trace their roots to Andalucia, in the sun-soaked south of the country. This is also where you’ll find many of the most captivating Spanish cities, all of which combine rich and varied cultural heritages with excellent gastronomy and a seductively laid-back southern vibe.

Andalucía, despite creeping modernisation, remains a spirited and passionate place where the atmosphere sneaks up and envelops you when you least expect it – perhaps as you're crammed into a buzzing tapas bar or lost in the depths of a flamenco performance.
Lonely Planet

Beginning in Granada, an atmospheric city lying beneath the snow-capped Sierra Nevada, this leisurely exploration of southern Spain visits four other iconic cities: Córdoba, an architectural delight and once western Europe’s most sophisticated city; Seville, where citrus-scented alleyways lead to impressive monuments and inviting tapas bars; Jerez, home to innumerable sherry bodegas and a troupe of dancing horses; and Cádiz, an often-overlooked but beautiful city surrounded almost entirely by sea.

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