Day 3: Seville
Steeped in history, this orange-scented city and its residents are known for their love of life, food and flamenco. With an abundance of parks and the River Guadalquivir running through the centre of the town, Seville is a unique destination, even for Spain. The discovery of the New World had a big impact on the old world, and Seville saw the most of that, with new buildings popping up all over town; Christopher Columbus is even buried in Seville's Cathedral to reinforce the town's magnitude.
The town has changed little since the Moor's construction of the palace of Alcazar, leaving behind a legacy of tiny, narrow streets and cool squares allowing relief from the sun in the summer. Don't forget, flamenco was born here too, a testament to the lust for life in Seville. After a sightseeing tour, enjoy the rest of the day at leisure. Head for Barrio Santa Cruz, the former Jewish quarter, to experience its charming lanes, little painted houses and flower-draped balconies, or take time out in a friendly tapas bar. NOTE: Entrance fees to Alcazar and the Cathedral in Seville are not included are payable locally. Overnight at Tryp Macarena with breakfast included.
Day 4: Seville
Today, enjoy time to explore and relax in Seville as you wish. You may want to see some of the sites featured on yesterday's guided tour in more detail, take a stroll around the city's parks or along the Guadalquivir River. Alternatively, slow the pace by with a relaxing river cruise or by sampling delicious Andalucian cuisine.Overnight at Tryp Macarena with breakfast included.