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Barcelona>>Valencia>>Granada>>Seville>>Madrid  Dates-6th May-17th May

Barcelona 3 nights>>Valencia 2 nights>>Granada 2 nights >>Seville 2 nights >> Madrid 2 night


It’s a backpacking trip - where you spend less, enjoy more,travel more,meet as many people as you can from all parts of the world,stay in backpacking hostels,you learn about the culture of other country,explore city by walking or by local transport,try different local food,drink different beers ,enjoy the nightlife of different city and above all enjoying the journey and make friends for Life.


  • Come one Come all—If you are curious to explore.Hop On Dude--It's the best thing you will do in Life.

  • Age group-18-30

  • Couples are welcome but keep note you would be staying in backpacking hostel’s where you would be sharing your room with 12-15 other people + Sharing bathroom as well.

  • A trip lead would be accompanying you and he/she will make sure you don’t come back disappointed after all he/she is also a traveler like you.

  • For detailed itinerary please contact or or call at 9741000732.

La Sagrada Familia,Barcelona

Parc Guell,Barcelona

La Rambla Street,Barcelona

FC Barcelona Museum,Barcelona






  • Hostels at all places

  • All Internal transportation by train/Car/Bus between cities

  • Bike Tour Barcelona

  • FC Barcelona Football tour

  • Hop On Hop Off Valencia

  • Flamenco at Granada

  • Breakfast at all times

  • Pub Crawl in Granada

  • Bike tour Seville

  • Hop On Hop Off Madrid

  • Pub Crawl Madrid




  • To and fro flights 

  • Visa fees

  • Lunch & Dinner & Drinks

  • Visit to Historic places where entry cost is needed if not mentioned in included

  • Taxes

  • Travel insurance


Day 1: Arrive into Barcelona

  • Land into the city which is known for it’s nightlife and has one best architectural backgrounds.

  • Visit the magnificent La Sagrada Familia .

  • Explore Gaudi’s very famous Park Guell designed by Spanish architect Antoni Gaudi.

  • Tonight, unwind at Razmatazz- as we head to one of the biggest night clubs in Barcelona. 


Day 2: Barcelona

  • Cycling tour-A local guide of Barcelona will take you around the gothic quarter, old Barcelona, Placa Catalunya onto Ciuatadella and  eventually come to the Arc de Triomf (Barcelona, not Paris!). 

  • Lunch 

  • Head to the Portal de l'Àngel which is one of the main shopping areas of Barcelona, just off Placa de Catalunya.

  • Visit to the very famous La Rambla street ...


Day 3:  Barcelona

  • Whether you are a football fan or not, a visit the home ground of FC Barcelona, Camp Nou, is worthwhile. Entry tickets (included)

  • Evening explore Barcelona 


Day 4: Barcelona to Valencia by train

  • Valencia is an intriguing mix of historical sights, traditional culture and futuristic buildings, combined with a Mediterranean flavour and over 300 sunshine days a year.  

  • Hop on Hop off Bus tour.

  • Explore the main monuments of the city centre at Plaza Reina: the stunning Cathedral, the gothic Miguelete tower, the central market and more.

  • Discover the amazing avant-garde style of the Oceanographic, the biggest aquarium in Europe

  • Enjoy the freedom of choosing your own itinerary and discover the city at your own pace. 


Day 5: Valencia to Granada by overnight bus

  • Discover Valencia’s most popular tourist attraction: The futurist architectural masterpiece that is the City of Arts & Sciences is the work of Valencia’s own Santiago Calatrava and is worthy of a whole day.

  • Tonight, post dinner, we will take an overnight bus to Granada.


Day 6: Granada

  • Explore the astonishing UNESCO World Heritage site Alhambra- one of Spain's most visited monuments. Built by Moorish kings in the 13th century to reflect their concept of paradise on earth.

  • Exploring the old Muslim quarter Albayzín.Mosques and Moorish villas line steep cobbled alleys, and the scent of jasmine fills the air.


Day 7: Granada

  • Visit to Monasterio de San Jeronimo which is a Gothic Renaissance treat, while the church at Monasterio de la Cartuja (founded by the memorably named Christian warrior El Gran Capitán,) is a Baroque wonder, complete with extravagant sacristy and beautiful cupola. 

  • Experience a unique, cultural tradition in southern Spain at a flamenco show with drink and tapas. (Included)


Day 8: Granada to Seville

  • Today, after a short 3hours train journey, we will reach Seville.

  • Visit to the magnificent Seville Cathedral which blends Moorish style with Gothic enormity: climb its Giralda, a minaret transformed into a Christian bell tower, for breathtaking city views. 


Day 9: Seville

  • Bike Ride-Pack your camera, and hit the streets to discover Seville’s lesser known gems on bike. 

  • Swag this night at a local bar to end your stay at Seville in best way.


Day 10: Seville to Madrid by train

  • Hop on Hop off Bus tour.

  • Wear the best of your dress tonight as we head for a pub crawl tonight in this traditional city.


Day 11: Madrid

  • The second day starts with a visit to the Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, but first you have to get here using the metro. Take it to Atocha Station and enjoy its amazing tropical indoors garden. 

  • Lunch--By 1:00 p.m. you will probably be starving! Get out of the museum and guide your steps to San Anton Market. This antique market has been transformed into a gourmet space. The old stalls now are incredible tapas restaurants.

  • In the afternoon visit the Buen Retiro Park, the San Jerónimo del Real church, the famous Puerta de Alacaláand the Cibeles Square.

  •  Sunset over the Debod Temple, a genuine Egyptian temple in Madrid.


Day 12: Depart Madrid

  • Post breakfast, bid adios to this city of culture and architecture. Hope you had a memorable trip. 

















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