Upon your arrival at Malaga airport, we will depart for Seville. Upon arrival to Seville, there will be a tour of the city. We will go for a guided visit to Seville’s historic centre, which will include the Royal palaces and gardens built for a Christian king in Islamic Architecture and its Giralda Tower, once the biggest Minaret in the world. It is said the Muezzin used to ride up on a horse to call the Azan.We will take a stroll along the river Guadalavir, visit the old quarter and Torre del Oro before we head to the hotel for the evening.
After breakfast, we will leave for Cordoba making our way to the archaeological site of Madinat al Zahra. The city built by Caliph Abdul Rahman III. Here we will see the Palace ruins and take a visit to the new exhibitions and museum. After lunch, we will take a guided tour of Cordoba masjid, one of the most important and largest masjids in its time. We will then take a walk through the old Jewish quarter and across the old Roman bridge for a visit to a fantastic interactive Museum on Islamic Spain. After dinner, We will check in to the hotel for the night.
After breakfast, we will then make our way down to Granada, the last Muslim Kingdom which held out for 250 years before the inevitable fall in 1492. Upon arrival we will make our way to the Alhambra, usually the highlight of the tour for many. Nominated a wonder of the world the visit to the Palaces, gardens and fort will leave you breathless. The visit to the Alhambra can take up to 4-5 hours. After this, you will have free time to do some shopping and explore the Albaycin.
After Breakfast, we will depart for Al pujarra along the route of the Nasrids. On the way, we will stop at the old Muslim bridge and the Muslim fort/castle, which is the location of one of the last stands made by the Muslims of Al pujarra before a late lunch at restaurant Barakah. We will then set off for Malaga airport.
Please note the above itinerary is to be used as a guide and may change slightly.