Explore a region of contrasts and passion that will inspire you!
Spring in Andalusia is a delight to the mind and senses. Spanish sun, savory food, iconic architecture, flamboyant Flamenco, charming people: The Andalusia region of Spain is sure to fulfill your travel desires and cement illustrious memories in your mind for life. The opportunities to sight-see centuries old Roman, Islamic, Catholic and Arabian architectural staples, indulge in endless tapas offerings, and relaxing in a picturesque worldly paradise is yours with Art In Voyage's Spring in Andalusia package.
Rates displayed are per person, based on double occupancy. Solo travelers are welcome for a small single supplement fee of $1599 per single traveler.
The Moorish past of Andalusia has left a mind-blowing architectural legacy! Palaces, Mosques, Alcazars...And the shock with the Catholic Renaissance canons create a unique and stunning style.
The mix of cultures in Andalusia created the exceptional, passionate, flamboyant music and dance style of: The Flamenco. Now a symbol of Spain, you will discover the authentic and original, Flamenco in its true origin.
The atmosphere of the old tapas restaurants, aside from it's glorious food is worth the experience! Our local guide will help you make way through this vibrant style of socializing.
From impressive cities to quaint little white villages, mountains to sea, vibrant bars to rejuvenating Arab baths; Andalusia will seduce you by it's diversity.
Welcome to Seville! Your journey starts immersed in the Andalusian culture with a guided horse-drawn carriage tour of Seville, followed by a Flamenco & Tapas welcome dinner and rooftop drinks with a view of the magical Giralda.
Today, you will learn more about the secrets of Azulejos (typical Andalusian tiles). Delight in the unique atmosphere while enjoying lunch before your private guide leads you through the impressive Alcazar of Seville and it's typical Mudejar architecture.
Today you'll enjoy all things Cordoba! The Andalusian city began as an important Roman hub before turning into a major Islamic center in the Middle Ages. You will of course visit the magnificent Mezquita, an immense Mosque dating from 784 A.D. that was later turned into a Catholic Church.
Today is dedicated to your leisure. We have plenty of recommendations for you. We would encourage you to have a day trip to Cadiz- an ancient port city. It's a perfect opportunity to discover the sea side of Andalusia!
Get ready to be amazed! You're heading to Granada. Located at the foot of the Sierra Nevada mountains, Granada hosts one of the most renowned buildings of the Andalusian Islamic historical legacy: the Alhambra, an Arab Citadel and Palace. Welcome to a tell-tale Arabian Nights Palace in Europe! Your exotic tour will carry on through the narrow winding streets of the Medieval Moorish neighborhood of Albaicin and finish with a dinner featuring authentic Granada Flamenco dancing.
Your dreams from the previous night will carry into the morning as you enjoy pure relaxation in the Arab Baths of Granada. The rest of the day is at leisure; take this opportunity to lose yourself in the centuries-old narrow streets, relax at the property or sample the tapas bars scattered throughout the city!
Andalusia is not only stunning cities... The countryside plays a major role in the region's splendor, hosting a series of towns and large villages characterized by whitewashed walls and red or brown tiled roofs. Today, you will discover Ronda, one of the most beautiful "pueblos blancos" (white towns).
Today, you'll travel back to Seville. After experiencing the South of Spain, you'll crave more of this charming country. Why not extend to basque in vibrant Madrid, or the rebel Barcelona? How about a beach resort? You can also easily make a stop in any other European city, just a short flight from Andalusia!
The Palacio de Santa Paula Autograph Collection is located in the historic center of Granada near the Albaicín and Sacro Monte areas, the Cathedral and the Royal Chapel, the historical Gardens of the Triumph, the Archeological museum, and, of course, the Alhambra.
This beautiful hotel, one of the best (and few) five star hotels in Granada, is a 75-room restored masterpiece that was also declared an artistic and historic monument. It replaced the Santa Paula Convent and the Casa Morisca, which existed in the XVI and XII centuries respectively.
Its restaurant, “El Claustro”, where the Santa Paula convent refectory used to be, offers guests haute cuisine that fuses elements of traditional Andalusian gastronomy with modern culinary concepts.
Hotel Palacio de Villapanés is a converted 18th century palace that does traditional elegance with a modern twist. You’ll find baroque architecture, marble columns and tiles, ornate archways and parquet floors. Yet, there’s also an exclusive, modern feel with contemporary furnishings, sumptuous fabrics and sleek bathrooms. This is authentic Andalusian opulence brought into the 21st century.
Located just a few steps from the Barrio de Santa Cruz, this hotel rubs shoulders with the city’s major sights including ‘La Giralda' bell tower and ‘La Catedral’. There’s a serene spa, elegant terrace, and palatial suites, as well as the acclaimed restaurant that promises “gastronomy to delight your five senses.”
All listed retreats (hotels, villas and barges) are, at times, subject to changes. If replaced, similar or higher standards will be upheld.
A refundable deposit of $1500 per person is due at the time of your reservation. In case of a cancelation at more than 90 days prior to departure, your deposit will be returned minus a $250 per person administrative fee.
Solo travelers welcome for a small single supplement of $1599.
Your final balance is due 90 days prior to departure, at which point your journey becomes non-refundable.
NEW! Find a replacement at least 30 days prior to departure and your journey will be fully refunded, minus a $250 per person administrative fee.