4 days in real paradise

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Daily Tour 4 days Availability: October 23, 2021
Madrid, Spain Tour Guide: Phillip Valcouver

Madrid is undergoing a period of astonishing creativity, resulting in a city that feels more distinctive and authentic than many other modern capitals. A young city by European standards, the vibe here is adventurous and unpretentious but with an eye toward quality in all pursuits of life, from architecture and design to food and wine.

On the cultural front, the Spanish capital is home to many of the country’s greatest national museums, including the masterpiece-dense Prado, Reina Sofía, and Thyssen art museums. Building on their strength, at least a dozen other cultural institutions and attractions share the same sidewalks, and the surrounding streets are lined with commercial galleries. The city’s culinary reputation as more traditional than daring, dynamic Barcelona has also come unbuttoned. With chefs from across Spain and around the world joining the local talent, the city’s restaurants and bars are a major draw for gastronomes.

Travel to Madrid to see its gorgeous architecture and plazas, many of which were constructed during the 16th and 17th centuries, and its lovely avenues and thoroughfares. Read Travel + Leisure’s Madrid travel guide to see why those who visit can’t get enough of this bustling Spanish city.

San Francisco International Airport (Google Map)

Please arrive at least 2 hours before the flight.

  • Airfare
  • 5 days cruise
  • Accommodations
  • Professional guide

  • Airfare
  • 5 days cruise

What to Expect

On your maiden visit to the Big Apple, be sure to allow a minimum of three days so you can take a breath and enjoy all the city has to offer without being in transit every moment of your trip. The following will only scratch the surface of what to expect but will arm you with information to feel confident during your time in New York City.

  • 2 Nights at a 4* star hotel in Cairo
  • 1 Night on a traditional felucca sailing boat
  • Experience the crazy Robot Restaurant show
  • Take a sushi making masterclass
  • Morning market tour
Madrid sits in the geographic centre of the Iberian Peninsula and has long been an important stop on any art tour through Europe. The famous Museo del Prado on the city's 'Museum Mile' houses important works by Spanish and European masters from the Renaissance onwards, while the Museo Thyssen-Bornemiza houses one of the most extensive private collections in the world. The Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia is devoted to 20th century Spanish art, with works by Miro, Dali and Picasso.