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Barcelona >> Mallorca >> Valencia >> Seville >> Madrid - Dates - 1st May'17 - 12th May'17

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


  • Hola Amigos ,Come están ??

  • It’s a backpacking trip - you travel with a budget  , stay in backpack hostels with other travellers coming from all over the globe , you learn and explore the culture of other country , explore the city - it's street , architecture either by walk or by local transport , try different local food, drink different beers , enjoy nightlife  and above all making friend's for Life.  Enjoy the ride !!! 

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

  • The trip is one of the most beautiful trips thats you can do across Spain - starting from experiencing the Catalonia culture in Barcelona ,we tour the beautiful works of Gaudi , head to Pablo Picasso museum or just roaming at La Rambla street, later we head to the flamenco city Valencia and enjoy some of the Valencia culture , later we make our way to Andalusia region where we explore the two beautiful cities Granada & Seville and its hidden gems. Later we head to the capital city Madrid where we get to know more of the Spanish culture.

  • 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. 

  • The trip cost is 70,000 INR inclusions and exclusions mentioned below. 

  • For itinerary queries please contact or call at 9741000732.

Gaudi Architecture , Barcelona
Cathedral , Valencia
Alhambra , Granda

Day 1: Arrive Barcelona


Hola, welcome to Barcelona, the capital of Catalonia, is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Europe. A shared shuttle will drop you to the hostel where you can freshen up in the hostel’s washroom and head out to try some local dish – paella in the streets of La Ramblas.


Day 2: Barcelona

Today, we have booked a bike tour for you which will take you around the city right from Ciutadella park to Barceloneta beach. 


Post bike tour, grab some local food as it will be lunch time and sip in some cava. In the evening,we shall visit Gaudi's Park Guell, the Montjuic hill parks and fort, Tibidabo hill with city views and also a vintage fairground and the famous church.


Day 3: Barcelona


For all football lovers, visit to Barcelona is not complete unless you visit FC Barcelona's Camp Nou football stadium and museum. 

Also, how can we forget the very famous La Sagrada familia. Head to La Ramblas and Placa Catalunya for great food, music, street artists, shops and more. 


Day 4: Barcelona to Mallorca by flight

It’s easy to get discombobulated when first touching down in a big city (even though Palma’s not that big, it can certainly feel that way when stepping off you plane or ferry!).  Fear not. Most everything you will want to see and do either revolves around, originates, or can be seen from the harbour and nearby city center. An easy Hop On Hop Off City Tour will pick  you up directly in front of your boat and shows you all the pertinent info of your host city while allowing you the luxury of stopping and checking out what you absolutely need to experience right then and there (like the beach, market, or the Almudaina Palace).


Day 5: Mallorca

Now that you’ve gotten settled, unpacked, and seen a bit of the city, it’s time to do the mandatory sight-seeing and learn what makes Palma great. The Inca Markets Shopping is always a hit to gather up some rare leather collectibles, while the Mallorca Island gives one a whole sense of the island, as opposed to just the city. This is nice for those who’ve had enough of the city life, but still want a little culture and history.


Day 6: Mallorca to Valencia by flight

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 7: Valencia

Today we have booked a walking tour with a local guide in Valencia. Make your way to the meeting point and greet your local guide. You will make your way towards the 15th Century Silk Exchange building which was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site of Mankind in 1996. Your guide will explain the importance of this landmark during the Spanish Golden Age.


Day 8: Valencia- Seville by train

Pack your camera, and hit the streets to discover Seville’s lesser known gems. La Macarena’s ancient Roman sites, baroque and gothic churches, Renaissance palaces and monasteries will delight you – as will its authentic, old-style tapas bars. Back in the heart of things, El Arenal is a must-see for its legendary bullring and idyllic tree-lined promenade, Paseo de Cristóbal Colón. Linger a few hours in Santa Cruz’s gorgeous white-washed laneways and flower-filled patios, before getting your obligatory flamenco fix in the evening.

Day 9: Seville

If you think you have covered Seville enough, why not take a day trip to close by towns like Cordoba or Malaga. Or explore the magnificent Seville Cathedral blends Moorish style with Gothic enormity: climb its Giralda, a minaret transformed into a Christian bell tower, for breathtaking city views.


Day 10: Seville to Madrid by train

Start your day 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. 

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 11: Madrid

Today, you have a hop-on-hop-off bus tour booked to explore the city at your own pace.



Day 12: Depart Madrid

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



  • Hostel accommodation - stay in backapck hostels

  • Arrival transfer from Barcelona Airport

  • Breakfast at all times 

  • Intercity travel by either bus or train  or flight 

  • Bike tour in Barcelona

  • Hop-on-hop-off tour in Mallorca

  • Walking tour in Valencia

  • Hop on hop off in 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

Terms & Conditions

  • You are an adult and you have to take full responsibility for yourself at all times and respect other culture.

  •  If you are caught doing anything illegal you would be facing the consequences alone,travel to discover will not come into picture.

  • You have to follow all the instructions told by the trip leader all times.

  • When you are travelling alone you have to tell the team about your whereabouts.

  • You have to abide by all rules and regulation of other country.

  • You would be traveling with other people,you have to respect everyone's privacy.

  • We have a plan/itinerary for the whole trip but some things might get changed according to the situation please be prepared.(like flight delays etc)

  • No refund in case of cancellation of flights of interconnecting flights/trains.

  • We would be staying in backpacker hostel all the time and would be sharing the room with other people,you are responsible for your own stuff and yourself

Let's Go Somewhere-----Not All Those Who Wander Are Lost-----To Travel Is To Live ~

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