The most authentic and somewhat adventurous way to discover the essence of Andalusia is a road trip that embraces its rich history, from Arab to Renaissance architecture, and its tradition, from flamenco to local cuisine that combines flavors and aromas from different lands.
Madrid, the bustling metropolis that knows no rest, enchants as an open city, a crossroads of cultures and people from all corners of the globe. In addition to its renowned museums, the city offers an eclectic dining experience with restaurants ranging from traditional taverns to innovative gastronomic creations.
A trip to the fascinating Spanish city that combines tradition and modernity, age-old cultures and culinary delights
Zaragoza, with more than 2,000 years of history, stands as a city full of charm and tradition. The famous Basilica del Pilar, its Roman roots and the warm welcome of the local people make it a must-see Spanish destination. Located on the banks of the Ebro River, Zaragoza is the capital of Aragon and an ideal crossroads for exploring Spain.
The province of Cadiz, located in the region of Andalusia, is a fascinating place that offers a unique combination of history dating back to the Phoenicians, culture, and natural beauty. With its pristine beaches along the Costa de la Luz and picturesque white inland villages, the province of Cadiz captivates visitors with its authentic charm.
Seville, the capital of Andalusia, enchants with its timeless charm, combining its ancient history, with the culture and architectural beauty that distinguishes it, thanks to the diverse influences of civilizations that have shaped it over the centuries. The city’s architecture is a mix of styles ranging from Roman, Islamic, Gothic, Renaissance to Baroque.
In the enchanting heart of rural Andalusia, lies Cordoba, a fascinating city with a unique history, positioned along the bend of the Guadalquivir River. Its historic center is a real treasure, thanks to the extraordinary beauty of its monuments and the grand Moorish heritage that can be admired in the sumptuous Mezquita-Cathedral. This architectural masterpiece with its forest of arches and columns represents the glory of Al-Andalus and is considered a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
With a history rich in maritime influences, Genoa offers an irresistible mix of art, culture, and local cuisine that will leave you breathless. Discover the thousand-year history of Genoa, an ancient maritime republic that dominated the Mediterranean.
The Cinque Terre, a hidden gem along the beautiful Ligurian coast, is a dream destination for lovers of food and fascinating scenery. This unique stretch of coastline, located between Levanto and La Spezia, consists of five picturesque fishing villages overlooking the Ligurian Sea: Monterosso al Mare, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola and Riomaggiore. They are world-renowned for their breathtaking landscapes, colorful buildings on the cliffs, terraced vineyards, and delicious food.
There are unique places with an atmosphere and landscape that immerse you in their particular and timeless nature. The Tabernas Desert was chosen for these very reasons as the setting for Europe’s famous Hollywood, where the desert landscapes and ancient film settings transport you to the Wild West.
Welcome to vibrant Barcelona, the city of sunshine, art and flavors! Immerse yourself in the architectural beauty of Barcelona, with its iconic Sagrada Familia and unique Gaudi-designed buildings.