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4 Hours Before Flight Time
Meet and greet at Madrid – Barajas Airport by our local representative and transfer to Madrid. We arrange for prayers in Spanish Mosque Madrid M30. Proceed to enjoy the views of Bullring of Madrid Las Ventas, visit Real Madrid Stadium Santiago Bernabeu -one of the best clubs worldwide- (Tour Bernabeu). Early Halal dinner, transfer and check-in at hotel. Overnight in Madrid.
Breakfast. City tour enjoying the main highlights: Plaza Oriental, Royal Palace, Plaza Mayor, Puerta Del Sol Square, Arab Wall, Old Quarters, Cibeles Fountain, Puerta de Alcalá, Plaza España, Gran Via Avenue. At Preciados Fashion Street we could get delighted with Spanish world renamed fashion brands such as Massimo Duti, Mango, Zara, Bershka, as well as international branding. Halal lunch. In the evening we travel with our guide to the Outlet Madrid Las Rozas Village and overnight in Madrid
After breakfast, continue our journey to the magnificent city of the Caliphate “Cordoba”. Start your tour in Qurtuba (Cordoba) with a stroll through the cobbled streets of this jewel city of the Middle Ages. Be spellbound by the Mezquita, the exquisite mosque started by Abdul Rahman I and expanded by his successors. The Great Mosque -Aljama- of Cordoba as it is also known, built during the period of Moorish occupation, is the most splendid Islamic monument in the western world. Its construction commenced in 785, when Abd-ar-Rahman established Cordoba as capital of al-Andalus, on the site of an ancient church dedicated to San Vicente and was extended during successive periods by Abd-ar-Rahman II, Al-Hakam II and Almanzor. After lunch you have some free time before continue to Seville.
Isbiliya or Seville as it is commonly known is Spain’s most beautiful city. The Muslims left a rich legacy in this historical city that gave birth to a culture which was the epitome of the refinement of the Moorish-Andalusian heritage. Visit what was once the main Mosque, which was demolished and replaced by a Gothic cathedral. The astounding minaret, the Giralda is still standing and is one the most awesome sight to behold. Visit the Alcazar, a castle built in the Mudejar style. The Plaza deEspana or Spain Square located in the Parque de María Luisa. Built in 1928 for the Ibero-American Exposition of 1929, it is a landmark example of the Renaissance Revival style in Spanish architecture. The complex is a huge half-circle with buildings continually running around the edge accessible over the moat by numerous beautiful bridges. In the centre is a large fountain. By the walls of the Plaza are many tiled alcoves, each representing a different province of Spain. Depart towards Granada – the City of Faith and justice.
Also known as Ghranata, this magnificent kingdom produces astounding architecture and a rich tradition that still influences the lives of the people of present-day Andalusia. Embark on a walking tour to unravel the Islamic heritage of this enchanting kingdom, its Arab baths, its guest houses, its markets. Finally, marvel at the architecture, the Alhambra, the red fortress built on top of a hill and the biggest attraction in Spain. It is a fairy-tale fortress created by Muslim architects, engineers, artists and craftsmen who put their heart and soul, inspired by the Quran to build an exquisite abode, where the motto is “There is no Conqueror but Allah”. Explore this incredible fortress with its Quranic scripts and Arabic poetry, crowning our visit by admiring the Jannat al-Arif, the garden of paradise, now called the Generalife. See how light, wind and water have been utilized to create a serene and relaxing bliss. After Maghreb prayers at the new Granada Mosque explore the old city of Albaicin, where the medieval mystique is still alive. In the evening. Alhambra tickets according availability and should be booked with anticipation of 90-100days and required passports numbers, birth date and full name .
After breakfast, board a ferry at the port of Algerciras and cross the Straits of Gibraltar that separate the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea to Morocco. Upon arrival at the port of Tangier transfer to your hotel followed by dinner.
Start your day visiting The Medina a walled city lively with its alleyways which are filled with shops and tea-house. Located high on a hill in Tangier with some good views of the ocean is The Kasbah. The old Sultan’s palace (built in the 17th Century) lies within the Kasbah’s walls, is known as Dar El Makhzen and is now a museum that houses fine examples of Moroccan art. Tangier Grand Mosque is a large mosque in the Grand Socco area of central Tangier. It was built on the site of a former Portuguese cathedral which in turn stood on a Roman temple dedicated to Hercules. The mosque dates back to the Moulay Ismail period and was expanded in 1815 by Moulay Sliman. After lunch, depart for Fez or as some spell it, Fes – the Moroccan city with the shortest name and the longest past!
Your city tour of Fez will include viewing the exterior of The Royal Palace though general public are barred from entering the Palace, but it is still an impressive sight even from outside. The Mosque of Bouanania built between 1350 and 1357, is the biggest in Fès, and the hallmark of Merenid architecture. University of Quaraouiyne, The Karaouiyine mosque is one of the most imposing in Morocco. It houses a university which is thought to be the oldest in the world and which was founded in the middle of the 9th century at a time when theology, grammar and Koranic law were the basic subjects taught. The El-Attarine medersa, situated opposite it, is considered to be the most beautiful in the medina. Explore The Medina with their typical bazaars which has been designated Unesco World Heritage of Humanity Site. Wander through its souks and alleys which are unchanged since the Middle Ages. Head towards the Imperial City of the South and, to the City of Romance – Culture and Luxury – Marrakech.
Continue to Casablanca to visit the country’s economic capital. Arguably the wealthiest city of Morocco, this coastal city perched on the edge on the Atlantic Ocean possess a unique beauty and mystic about it. Visit the city’s modernist landmark, the enormous and incredibly ornate Hassan II Mosque outside. Thereafter, enjoy and marvel at Casablanca’s beautiful sunset at the harbour.
In the morning after breakfast, transfer to the airport for your flight home.
Note:- Alhambra tickets according availability and should be booked with anticipation of 60-days and required passports numbers, birth date and full name . There are now limited number of visitor daily as before but they reduce the forum to less visitors …so there are some possibility de no viability of tickets due to the date of confirmation.
Cancellation :– In the event of cancellation the travel agent should be notified immediately. Charges are billed from the date the cancellation is received by Accurate Travel & Tours Inc and applicable as: PACKAGES, FLIGHTS AND BOOK EARLY AND SAVE:
Up to 45 days prior to departure…………………………….loss of deposit
31 to 44 days prior to departure…………………………….50%
Within 30 days prior to departure…………………………..100% + taxes
No quadruple rooms available in Spain 4 Star hotels due to insurance, maximum 3 pax per room .
Suggested Tipping for Groups :
Spain 5 euros per day and 1 euros p/p for driver + 4 euros p/p for guide¨