Independent tours are a good way to travel when you want to relax and enjoy the company of your friends and family. These tours operate on a daily basis with a minimum of 2 passengers and are ideal for the travelers who like the freedom of more flexibility. Guests may also join larger groups for various day tours, dependent on the destination.
In 9 days, your private journey will take you to five of the best cities in Spain: Madrid, the cultural capital of Europe; Seville where the myth of Don Juan was created; Granada, the last stronghold of the Moorish Kingdom and Alhambra; Valencia with the modern “Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias”; and Barcelona, world famous for its architecture, museums and cuisine.
Your amazing private 9-day journey begins in Madrid to see the medieval origins of the city and the many historical buildings. Next you will head over to see beautiful views of Porto and end the day in a wine cellar for a wine tasting. Visit Fatima, the center of the Christian Faith and World Pilgrimage Sanctuary. In Lisbon, drive through its main squares and avenues.
Your amazing private journey begins in Madrid to see the medieval origins of the city and the many historical buildings. Head over to see amazing views of Porto and a visit to a wine cellar for a wine tasting. Visit Fatima, the center of the Christian Faith and World Pilgrimage Sanctuary. In Lisbon, drive through its main squares and avenues. Explore Cordoba, once the capital of the Caliphate with its impressive Mosque and Jewish Quarter. In Seville, discover the wonderful views and flavors of this light city. And in one of the oldest towns in Europe, Toledo, discover the Spanish art and history.
Explore some of Southern Europe’s best-known cities on this private journey. This is a magnificent way to discover the architectural heritage of Spain and Portugal, while appreciating the world-famous cuisine, wines and beaches that this part of the world is revered for.
Discover the history and beauty of Northern Spain and Galicia on this private journey. Arrive in Spain’s charming capital and see the city’s historic treasures such as the Arabic fortress and Prado Museum. Visit Modern Madrid’s emblematic Las Ventas building and the Santiago Bernabeu Football Stadium, home to Real Madrid FC. Discover the World Heritage Site monuments of Oviedo. Depart for Santiago de Compostela, one of Spain’s most important centers of Christian pilgrimage. Explore the marvelous Rias Bajas (Spanish fjords) in Galicia, one of Spain’s most scenic areas.
Explore some of the most charming parts of Spain and Portugal on this scenic journey, filled with breathtaking landscapes. Start your journey by visiting some of the most historic monuments in Madrid, Spain’s revered capital city. Visit Spain’s quaint villages, historical artistic towns, bourgeois cities, pristine beaches, and spectacular fjords before arriving in Portugal. Travel through the World Heritage City of Porto and enjoy a visit to a Port wine cellar followed by wine tasting. Discover Lisbon, the charming capital of Portugal, with its Alfama Quarter, with old buildings nested in narrow twisting ‘Ruas’ full of color housing the genuine ‘tabernas’ with the sounds of Fado.
A private adventure in the Sahara Desert. Start in Marrakech with visits to Bahia Palace, Menara Gardens, and Jmaa El Fnaa Square. In a 4×4 vehicle, you head out for your desert adventure. Visit Dades Valley, known as The Valley of One Thousand Kasbahs; Gorges of Todra, one of the most spectacular canyons in the world; the UNESCO World Heritage site of Ait Benhaddou. Your desert adventure includes a stay at a desert luxury camp.
Explore Morocco on this journey in 8 days. Visit the old and beautiful Imperial cities: Marrakech, Meknes, and Fez with their artistic monuments and picturesque streets, Kasbahs, Medinas and Souks. Discover Morocco’s contrasts and the magic of its Mediterranean & Atlantic coastlines, its Atlas Mountains, its Sahara Desert, and its oases.
Your private adventure starts in Costa del Sol, Spain and you will take a ferry through the Strait of Gibraltar. Visit Fez, the most ancient and monumental of Morocco’s imperial cities. Rabat is Morocco’s administrative capital and the official residence of King Mohamed VI. Explore Marrakech’s medina, souks and squares packed with fortune tellers, snake tamers, and dancers, making the city center an open-air theatre. Discover Casablanca’s historical monuments before returning to Costa del Sol.