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Tour Itinerary

Embark on this gripping tour through the dramatic landscapes of Spain, Portugal, and Morocco. Moments destined to become memories abound as you stroll through Lisbon’s music-filled Alfama quarter, pick up the speed on a four-wheel drive tour through the sand dunes of the Sahara, and slow it back down to catch some rays celebrity-style on Spain’s famous Costa del Sol. Keeping the plot line interesting, more action, adventure, and thrilling scenery await from the perpetual oasis of Marrakesh to the former sanctuary of Granada’s opulent Alhambra complex. With so many sights to gush over from Tangier to Toledo, it’s impossible to be “quiet on the set” on this tour of the Iberian Peninsula and Morocco.

  1. Day 1
    Welcome to Lisbon! At 6 pm, meet your Tour Director and travel companions for a welcome dinner at your hotel. (D)
    Meals:   Dinner
  2. Day 2
    Lovely Lisbon LISBON Guided sightseeing includes Jerónimos Monastery and cloister, and a photo stop at Belem Tower and the Monument to the Discoveries. Free time this afternoon and evening. (B)

    HISTORIC SPOTS The stunning capital city of Portugal is a treasure trove of historic and architectural masterpieces. Lisbon is home to the 16th-century Monastery of Jerónimos, adorned with its 100-foot façade featuring images of St. Michael the Archangel and Our Lady of Belém. See the 16th-century Belém Tower, which served as a fortress but also as an embarkation point for sailors and was their last sight of land before the start of their journey. Lisbon’s Monument to the Discoveries pays homage to great Portuguese explorers with a spectacular carved prow of an ancient ship.

    Meals:   Breakfast
  3. Day 3
    Artistry in Azeitão AZEITÃO [LF] Visit a traditional tile workshop en route to Seville. (B,D)
    298 mi / 480 km

    CULTURE & TRADITION Enter a world of authentically handmade Portuguese tiles at the São Simão Arte workshop and gallery in Azeitão. It is here that distinguished antique collector Antonio Soares Franco creates his ceramic masterpieces by hand in the style of his ancestors.

    Meals:   Breakfast   Dinner
  4. Day 4
    The Squares of Seville SEVILLE Visit Plaza de España. Guided sightseeing includes Casa de Pilatos, and a walk through the Santa Cruz quarter. (B)

    HISTORIC SPOT Walk through Seville’s picturesque Plaza de España, originally built for Seville's Ibero-American Expo at the 1929 World's Fair, the 540,000-square-foot plaza features a sprawling mosaic patio. Explore the historic Santa Cruz quarter and its magical maze of tapas, flamenco, and cafés

    Meals:   Breakfast
  5. Day 5
    Magical Morocco STRAIT OF GIBRALTAR Ferry crossing to Morocco. Scenic drive along the Barbary Coast to Rabat. (B,D)
    286 mi / 460 km

    LEGENDARY LIVES Travel the Mediterranean coastline of North Africa along the Barbary Coast and explore this country that is a true melting pot of cultures from the South of Sahara, France, Spain and many more.

    Meals:   Breakfast   Dinner
  6. Day 6
    As Time Goes By RABAT Guided sightseeing includes Mohammed V Mausoleum and the Roman relics of Chellah.
    CASABLANCA Enjoy [LF] Lunch at Rick’s Café Américain. Guided panoramic drive includes the Hassan II Mosque. Scenic drive to Marrakesh followed by dinner at your hotel. (B,L,D)
    205 mi / 330 km

    CULTURAL GEMS “Everybody comes to Rick’s. It is where deals are made and where time is passed.” Rick’s Café Américain was made famous by the iconic movie with Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman. Enjoy lunch and relax in this Moroccan iconic venue and you’ll definitely want to play it again.

    Meals:   Breakfast   Lunch   Dinner
  7. Day 7
    The Spice of Life MARRAKESH Guided sightseeing includes Bahia Palace and the Saadian Tombs. (B)

    CITY SIGHTS Marrakesh is a magnificent feast for the senses, from its spice markets to it historic sites, including the intricate designs of Bahia Palace and marble masterpiece of the Saadian Tombs. Steeped in rich heritage and vibrant artistry, Marrakesh endures as a city of artisans who keep its ancient traditions alive.

    Meals:   Breakfast
  8. Day 8
    Captivating Kasbahs OUARZAZATE Visit the Kasbah Taourirt en route to Ouarzazate. (B,D)
    124 mi / 200 km

    LEGENDARY SITE Ouarzazate has remained at the edge of the Sahara Desert for a long time. A city of palm trees and sandy lanes, it is known as “the door to the desert.” Today Ouarzazate is considered Morocco’s Hollywood as it has been immortalized in movies like Lawrence of Arabia, Star Wars, and Gladiator. Many may recognize it as the port of Pentos, one of the Free Cities of the Game of Thrones.

    Meals:   Breakfast   Dinner
  9. Day 9
    Desert Oases Scenic drive through the desert via the Dades Valley with its oases filled with olives, dates, and figs, and see the Todra Gorge, Morocco’s Grand Canyon.
    ERFOUD Take a [LF] 4-wheel drive excursion on the sand dune of Erg Chebbi. Sip the traditional mint tea. Enjoy dinner in a tent in the desert while watching the sunset. (B,D)
    193 mi / 310 km

    EPIC RIDE A desert sea of sand dunes is yours to explore on a 4-wheel adventure in Erg Chebbi. Take in the endless expanse of sand and sky before sipping traditional mint tea. Afterwards enjoy dinner in a tent in the desert.

    Meals:   Breakfast   Dinner
  10. Day 10
    Sheer Beauty ER RACHIDIA See the Ziz Gorges en route to Fez. (B)
    267 mi / 430 km

    EPIC RIDE Drive along the dramatic and sheer slopes of Ziz Gorges on the Middle Atlas Mountains of Morocco. Take in the spectacular scenery carved by the River Ziz on your way to Fez.

    Meals:   Breakfast
  11. Day 11
    The Heart of Morocco FEZ Guided sightseeing includes the Medina and Medersa Bou Inania.
    TANGIER Take an orientation drive in the city. (B,D)
    211 mi / 340 km

    CULTURE & TRADITION Discover a lively city akin to Disney’s Aladdin, bursting with vibrant hues and fragrant aromas. Fez’s ancient history comes to life in this part of the town surrounded by high walls, separating the maze of over 9.000 alleys from the outside world.

    Meals:   Breakfast   Dinner
  12. Day 12
    Strait to Spain STRAIT OF GIBRALTAR Ferry crossing to Spain en route to Costa del Sol. (B)
    81 mi / 130 km

    EPIC RIDE Cross the deep and narrow waters of the Strait of Gibraltar - connecting the Atlantic Ocean with the Mediterranean Sea. See the massive Rock of Gibraltar that, with Mount Hacho, forms the Pilars of Hercules standing high above one of the world’s busiest waterways. Keep an eye out for the numerous birds that migrate along the strait each year, including Atlantic puffins.

    Meals:   Breakfast
  13. Day 13
    Sea & Sun COSTA DEL SOL Enjoy a free day on the coast. (B)

    EXPLORE MORE Endless beaches to stroll along, hidden caves, white villages that scatter the mountains, historical landmarks with centuries of culture, evenings spent sipping cocktails by the sea, pleasant temperatures all year round and happy friendly people that make you feel at home. These are the many ingredients of the area. Take your pick!

    Meals:   Breakfast
  14. Day 14
    Splendid Spain GRANADA Guided walking tour includes the Alhambra complex and the Water Gardens of the Generalife. Lunch at a local restaurant. Free time this afternoon and evening. (B,L)
    87 mi / 140 km

    Day 14 Alhambra complex: Entrance to Nasrid Palace is not guaranteed

    ARCHITECTURAL GEMS Granada’s Alhambra Complex stands as one of the largest ancient aristocratic sites of Western Muslim culture. Its leafy lanes and streams enhance the grand water gardens of Generalife, at the once summer palace and country estate of the Nasrid rulers.

    Meals:   Breakfast   Lunch
  15. Day 15
    City of Three Cultures TOLEDO Join a walking tour with a Local Guide. Visit a Damascene steel workshop en route to Madrid. (B)
    292 mi / 470 km

    CULTURE & TRADITION Known as the “City of Three Cultures” Toledo gets its nickname from the ancient influences of the Romans, Visigoths, and North African Moors – evident in the city’s well-preserved synagogues, mosques, and cathedrals. See the Gothic cathedral, Santo Tomé Church with one of El Greco’s masterpieces, and Santa Maria La Blanca Synagogue on a walk through this dynamic city.

    Meals:   Breakfast
  16. Day 16
    Masterpieces in Madrid MADRID Guided sightseeing includes the Prado Museum and sights of the Cibeles Fountain and Calle Alcala. Enjoy a farewell dinner of paella at a local restaurant. (B,D)

    ART & ARCHITECTURE The Prado Museum houses one of the world’s largest art collections, including its amazing assortment of masterpieces by historic artists like Velasquez, Goya, and El Greco. The famous museum also displays the works of renowned European masters, including Rubens and Rembrandt, along with a stunning collection of Greco-Roman statues.

    Meals:   Breakfast   Dinner
  17. Day 17
    Safe travels until we meet again! Your vacation ends with breakfast this morning. (B)
    Meals:   Breakfast

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Small Group Discoveries
Globus offers Small-Group Discoveries on select Europe dates. A Small-Group Discovery is limited to an average of just 24 guests per departure. There’s always room to roam with extra space between you and other travelers—while still getting up close and personal to the experiences you’ve been dreaming of. Small-Group Discoveries include all the features of a traditional Globus Europe escorted tour, complete with expert Tour Director, Driver, and Local Guides who ensure that your health and safety is our top priority. A Small-Group Discovery trip is the perfectly sized European tour—without the crowds.

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Lisbon: Hotel Florida
Hotel Florida is one of Lisbon's historic hotels and an important cultural pillar in the city. It has a central location, next to Marques de Pombal Square and its metro station. The individually decorated hotel is designed in a vintage cinema style with rooms and common areas. Some rooms are dedicated to Marilyn Monroe, Alfred Hitchcock or classic films like Casablanca; each of the renovated rooms is equipped with a flat-screen TV a minibar and an equipped bathroom with bathtub. Next to the hotel is The Great American Disaster, a restaurant inspired by Rock n'Roll from the 1950s.
Rua Duque de Palmela 34
Lisbon , Portugal
Seville: Sevilla Center
The hotel enjoys a central location and is within walking distance to the historical Old Town and cathedral. Warmly decorated air-conditioned guest rooms include a minibar and free Wi-Fi. Amenities include a refined restaurant with floor-to-ceiling windows, plus a hot tub and a seasonal outdoor pool with loungers. There's also a fitness room.
Avda De Buhaira S/N
Seville , Spain
Rabat: Belere Rabat
Situated in the heart of the Kingdom's capital, just steps away from the Royal Palace and traditional medina where it is possible to experience the true local culture. Air-conditioned guest rooms offer a 24 hour room service, minibar, in-room safes and unlimited Free Wi-Fi. The hotel boasts an in-house restaurant with a panoramic view of the city and a various offering of local dishes as well as a taste of International cuisine.
33, Av. Moulay Youssef
Rabat , Morocco
Marrakesh: Movenpick Mansour Eddahbi
Located in the central L'Hivernage district, just a few minutes away from the bustling Medina, this 503-room resort embodies the soul of Ahmed Al Mansour Eddahbi, Sultan of the Saadian dynasty, offering contemporary luxury in an oasis style setting. The property's five restaurants offer a fine selection of international, Mediterranean and Moroccan delicacies and the rooftop bar and lounge serves delicious cocktails and snacks under starry skies. Leisure facilities include a spa, wellbeing center and three swimming pools with Free Wi-Fi access available throughout.
Av. Mohamed VI
Marrakesh , Morocco
Ouarzazate: Le Berbere Palace
Berber Style Hotel located 1km from the city center & 2km from the Airport.
Quartier Mansour Eddahbi
Ouarzazate , Morocco
Erfoud: Kasbah Hotel Chergui
The El Chergui Kasbah Hotel is a newly constructed 4 star hotel, located in a very quiet part of Morocco, on the outskirts of Erfoud, 60km from Erg Chebbi, standing on a site that brings together the largest and most spectacular dunes in Morocco.
Route D'arfoud A Errachu Dia Km.5,5
Erfoud , Morocco
Fez: Barcelo Fez Medina
A hotel that combines comfort and functionality which can be seen in its modern rooms decorated in a contemporary style with designer furniture.
53 Avenue Hassan Ii
Fez , Morocco
Tangier: Hilton Garden Inn City Center
The hotel has a modern design with Moroccan touches. The all-glass facade offers stunning views on the Mediterranean Sea and the City. The 320 spacious rooms come with flat screen TV, a desk and minibar. The on-site restaurant and bar offer international cuisine and drinks and Tangier's beach is a 5-minute walk from the hotel.
Place Du Maghreb Arabe
Tangier , Morocco
Costa del Sol: Hotel Aly Benalmadena
The Alay Hotel has 246 spacious, air-conditioned rooms, all fitted with a flat-screen TV, Free Wi-Fi, a mini-bar, and a private bathroom equipped with a hairdryer and complimentary toiletries. A daily breakfast buffet is offered and Mediterranean style cuisine is served in the restaurant. Leisure facilities include a Wellness area with Jacuzzi, seasonal outdoor swimming pools and sun terrace as well as a Fitness Center. Malaga airport is 15 min away and the area offers a wide range of entertainment, leisure and restaurants.
Puerto Deportivo De Benalmadena Avenida Alay N 5
Benalmadena-Malaga , Spain
Costa del Sol: Melia Costa Del Sol
A contemporary 9-story hotel right on the oceanfront promenade opposite the popular El Bajondillo Beach. Leisure facilities include a seasonal outdoor swimming pool and fitness center, the Thalasso spa with saltwater relax pool, sauna and steam bath can also be enjoyed (an additional fee is payable locally for the spa). A mix of Mediterranean and international specialities are offered at both the buffet and à la carte restaurants, there is also a Central bar serving a wide variety of drinks all day and complimentary Wi-Fi access is available throughout the property.
Playa De Bajondillo
Torremolinos-Malaga , Spain
Granada: Hotel Saray
Moorish touches, rooms with Nazari styled decor, restaurant and gardens; set in town center next to the Congress Hall.
Paseo Tierno Galvan 4
Granada , Spain
Madrid: NH Madrid Zurbano
Set in the traditional district of Chamberì and very close to one of Madrid's major streets, Paseo de la Castellana, this hotel is surrounded by nice shops and restaurants. The Sorolla Museum and the Nuevos Ministerios financial district are reachable within walking distance. The Gregorio Marañón Metro Station, with good connections to the historic city center can be found just a stone's throw away from the property. The hotel is split into two different buildings, offering 257 soundproof, spacious guestrooms, all equipped with stylish furniture and modern facilities, such as climate control, satellite TV and Free Wi-Fi. Other amenities include a fitness room which is open 24/7, a restaurant offering delicious Asian dishes, as well as meat dishes, while the all-day bar is a relaxed spot for a coffee or a quiet drink.
Calle Zurbano 79-81
Madrid , Spain

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This trip to Portugal, Morocco and Spain was wonderful. A great experience from start to finish. Globus Tours are top notch.

"A great experience", that's how I define this trip. I knew that the experience would be different, especially the part of the trip to Morocco, but I was pleasantly surprised. The staff is very professional, patient and supportive in all aspects of the trip. The places and landscapes that we visit are dreamlike. Overall a great trip.

The Globus Spain, Portugal, Morocco trip was terrific. We were able to many wonderful sites and do many excursions that were insightful and enjoyable. I expected long driving distances in Morocco as this seems like the only way to see the major cities, which are located far apart. Having wi-fi in the bus certainly helped with the long driving times.

It would be nice to have had an extra night added to the otis in the Sahara desert! But still an excellent tour with an excellent tour guide!

The tour director, the local guides, the drivers were wonderful. They are very professional and courteous, and well informed! Globus has done well in selectingtheir staff!!!

Tour director was great as well as the drivers. Some of the hotels were not that great as far as services provided. It was less friendly for vegetarians as there were very few choices.

Trena at Affordable was very helpful and I will not hesitate to book another trip with her.

We had an experience with one hotel in Sevilla, Spain that was less than desirable. I will be contacting Globus corporate re this issue. Otherwise the trip was very good. Very experienced guides an drivers, and accommodations were nice.

The trip was fantastic and Globus does it like a pro every time, all heavy lifting is taking care of by them and not you. I am certain that some of the people in the group will make some negative comments on the accommodations provided in Morocco but note that it was evident that they expected American standards when traveling abroad. If anything most off the travel companions were very narrow minded and behaved poorly when encountering the local support staff. The support staff we encountered in Morocco were professional, accommodating and extremely friendly, they went above and beyond to make every stay memorable. I know that neither Globus nor affordable tours can pick their customers but consider the source when you get negative reviews on this trip. My one reservation was not the trip it was several of the customers in the group who lacked the basic travel etiquette and expected to be "served" because they paid for the trip and would not even consider to tip any service staff regardless of good or bad service, bottom line they were just cheap and reinforced the "ugly American" tourist perception. By the way, why wear flip flops to the desert and then complain that "there is sand on the desert"? Globus was great as usual and the trip was fantastic!

Need to provide more for options in the menu for vegetarians. There was only one option in the main course all the time which is not great while the non vegetarians had two or three options. The restaurant chefs need to be requested for it.

Accommodations were not consistent: some were four stars but others were a stretch

We have used Affordable Tours over the last 10 years to book our Globus Tours. I believe it has been 4 tour bookings with 4 of AT agents. With no exception the service has been outstanding. Vivian was exceptional in efficiency and followup. Working with Affordable Tours over the years has been a pleasure.

Globus has consistently delivered great tours that help you enjoy your time abroad without the hassle of doing all the arrangements yourself. Hotels were all high standard and close to attractions. Just remember, this is a tour, not a vacation! You see a lot in a short period of time, so don't expect to have a lot of free time.

I especially enjoyed the Morocco portion of the itinerary. Be aware, however, that you have to handle your own luggage for the ferry crossings between Spain and Morocco.

Our tour director was fantastic! We received several additional things along the way that we knew nothing about ahead of time. Went to Italy on a Your Man Tours 4 years ago and what a disappointment that was. Very unprofessional tour guide! What a difference with Globus! I would definitely go with Globus again and have already told this to many other people!

This is our second Globus tour and it was even better then our first tour, which was great. Looking forwarding to another Globus tour........

Globus lived up to my expectations. They made excellent arrangements for the tour director, national tour guide (for Morocco) and several local tour guides - all very good or excellent. The hotels were centrally located and upscale (although lack of a tissue box, slow drains, lack of an exhaust fan in bathroom and not-wide-enough retaining shield for the shower seems to be hallmarks of European bathrooms). One or two optional excursions were so-so (for example, Arabian Nights entertainment in Fez, Morocco is cheap and has no class - please discontinue).

tour, hotels, guide, were excellent. MAJOR DISAPPOINTMENT: gibratar which I anticipated would be a highlight was rushed and inadequate especially as it was follwed by a wasted free day in Torrmelinos. Going from Morocco directly to Torrmelinos and doing Gibraltar the next day would have allowed the time to really see Gibraltar.

This was a superb tour and I am recommending it and Affordable Tours to friends.

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