8-day panoramic journey from Seville to Seville
Free time to explore Cadiz
Tour of Seville, Granada & Cordoba
Visit a winery in Jerez
Experience Andalusian Dancing Horses, an equestrian ballet
Explore the cities of Úbeda & Baeza
Embark on a luxury rail journey aboard the classic Al Andalus train and discover the highlights of the Andalusia region. Start your trip in Seville, the charming capital of the region. It is known for its culture, Moorish landmarks and the birthplace of flamenco. Visit the city’s most renowned monuments including Plaza de España, Royal Alcazar of Seville, Seville Cathedral and La Giralda. Frome Seville, travel to Jerez, a city also known for flamenco and sherry production. Visit a winery and experience the “Andalusian Dancing Horses”, a famous equestrian ballet accompanied by Spanish music. Then, continue to Cadiz, one of the oldest inhabited cities in Western Europe. Explore the city’s main sights including Plaza de Mina, Plaza San Antonio, Cadiz Cathedral and Torre Tavira. From Cadiz, a hilltop village set atop a deep gorge. Enjoy a guided tour before you proceed to Granada. Dubbed as the “Moorish Jewel”, it is one of the most popular destinations mainly due to the impressive Alhambra. From Granada, board the train and travel to the Linares-Baeza train station. Visit the towns of Ubeda and Baeza, both of which are declared UNESCO World Heritage sites. Continue to Cordoba, your last stop before you return to Seville. It is also home to notable Moorish landmarks including the Mezquita or The Mosque-Cathedral of Cordoba and the Alcazar of Cordoba.
2020 Departure Dates
18 & 25 May; 1, 8 15 & 22 June; 7, 14, 21 & 28 September; 5, 12, 19 & 26 October
Rendezvous at Seville at 10:30 am. Afterwards, enjoy a visit to the capital of Andalusia, which has the largest historical town centre in Spain. This afternoon, enjoy a panoramic view of the city and visit the famous Plaza de España, before boarding the Al Andalus train to your next destination. All aboard the train to enjoy a welcome drink, meet the crew and settle into your accommodation. Dinner on board on the way to magical and historical Jerez, where you will spend the night.
Begin your day with the delicious a-la-carte and buffet breakfast. Today, you will visit a winery in Jerez. Before lunch, enjoy the magic of the "Andalusian Dancing Horses", a famous equestrian ballet accompanied by Spanish music. Lunch in Sanlúcar de Barrameda overlooking the salt marshes of Doñana National Park and river Guadalquivir’s mouth. You will then walk around Sanlúcar de Barrameda, from where your luxury coach will take you back to Jerez de la Frontera, one of the most iconic cities of Andalusia. Back on the train and dinner on-board. Overnight in Jerez.
Your luxury coach will take you to Cádiz, popularly known as the "Silver City" and considered the oldest city in the West. Tour and free time to experience the charm of Cádiz in your own way. Enjoy a leisurely lunch and the ride on the Al Andalus train towards the impressive city of Ronda, where you will have dinner and spend the night.
After breakfast, enjoy a guided tour of Ronda, with its breathtaking location atop a plateau cut by the deep Ronda Gorge, through which Guadalevín River flows. Free time before lunch and then back on the train to go to Granada, a beautiful city nestled in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada. Dinner and overnight stay in Granada.
Spend the morning touring the Alhambra, the most visited monument in Spain, a rich palace complex built by the Nasrid sultans of the Kingdom of Granada. After lunch, enjoy free time to explore the city at your leisure. And at night, the entire city is an enchanting place where you can experience a magical dinner surrounded in a special historical ambience with vibrant colours and sounds. Overnight stay in Granada.
After enjoying your last breakfast on board, enjoy a tour to discover the former capital of the medieval emirate and the caliphate of Al Andalus, when it became the largest, most cultured and opulent city in Western Europe. Return to the train for lunch and a scenic ride on the Al Andalus on the way to the Andalusia capital: Seville, where the journey ends.
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