Combined Madrid Barcelona Paris 8 Nights / 9 Days


Madrid | Barcelona | Paris

Package Highlights
  • Guided Madrid Sightseeing
  • Guided Tour of Toledo
  • Train Madrid to Barcelona
  • Barcelona Sightseeing
  • Train Barcelona to Paris
  • Skip the line Eiffel Tower (2nd floor)
  • Paris City Tour
  • Disneyland Paris

Package Price Valid till 31st October 2020

  • The World’s largest producer of Olive Oil: When you think of Olive Oil, Italy probably comes to your mind at first, but in reality, Spain is producing about 44% of the total amount of Olive Oil in the world! Andalusia is the region that produces the most Olive Oil.
  • The highest amount of bars in all of Europe : Are you longing for that refreshing “cerveza”? You will not have any problem at all to find a nice bar. The fact is, Spain has the highest amount of bars in all of Europe, and there are cafées and bars open both during the day and evening/night. Prices are reasonable as well!
  • More than 8000 Kilometers of beaches: If you combine all Spanish beaches into on stretch, it would be 8000 kilometers long (approx. 4 970 miles). So, it shouldn’t come as a surprise that this is one of the most popular destinations for a sunny vacation! Several of the best beaches in Europe can be found at the coasts of the Spanish mainland, Balearic Island, and the Canary Islands.
  • Home to the World’s Oldest Restaurant: The restaurant called Botin has been opened since 1725, which is a world record in terms of a restaurant that’s still operating. If you come to Madrid, you gotta try the cuisine at this ancient restaurant. Address: Calle Cuchilleros, 17
  • Spanish is the world’s second most spoken mother tongue: English is the most widely spoken language in the world overall, but most people have English as their second language. In terms of Mother Tongue, the Chinese language triumph the first place, and Spanish comes in at second.
  • Spain has 44 UNESCO World Heritage sites: Only Italy and China has more UNESCO world heritage sites. If you like history, then it’s a good idea to visit Spain!
  • Traditionally each person has two surnames: Even if this is slowly starting to change, it’s still a tradition to have two surnames. The first one is the father’s surname and the second one is the mother’s surname. As an example, it would be possible to be named as Juan Gonzales Lopez.
  • The Eiffel Tower was supposed to be a temporary installation, intended to stand for 20 years after being built for the 1889 World Fair
  • Paris was originally a Roman City called “Lutetia.”
  • It’s believed that Paris only has one stop sign in the entire city.
  • There are at least three replicas of the Statue of Liberty in Paris. The most famous of them exists on an island in the middle of the Seine and looks towards her sister statue in New York
  • The main bell of the Notre Dame Cathedral is named Emmanuel and weighs over 13 tonnes.
  • Visitors to the Eiffel Tower have to climb 1,665 steps to reach the top – unless they take the elevator! There are a mere 270 steps to reach the Basilica of the Sacré Cœur
  • The oldest bridge in Paris is the Pont Neuf (New Bridge)
  • The famous love-locks bridge no longer exists
  • Place de la Concorde is one of the biggest sundials in the world
Day 1 Welcome to Madrid!
Upon arrival at Madrid airport, meet your driver and transfer to the hotel. 
Check in and spend the rest of day at leisure.
Lunch and Dinner on own
Overnight stay in hotel
Day 2 Madrid
After breakfast, begin your day, admiring the architectural and cultural magnificence of Madrid on your included Hop on – Hop off City tour. The commentary is offered through a headphones audio system. 
You will be given a map of the city and discount checks for different shops and restaurants in the city. There are over 30 stops along the way and you can board and disembark at any of these stops. 
Make sure to stop at Plaza Mayor, Puerta del Sol, the Royal Palace and several other Madrid landmarks. Don’t forget to order Tapas for lunch at an outdoor restaurant along the way. 
Madrid is great for shopping so be sure to check out the area around Gran Via.
Lunch and Dinner on own
Overnight Madrid
Day 3 Toledo
Discover the "City of the Three Cultures"! Located 70 km from Madrid is Toledo, a beautiful city-museum declared World Heritage Site by UNESCO. 
It is one of the oldest towns in Europe and has a great artistic beauty and buildings from almost all periods in history (Arabian, Gothic, Mudejar, Renaissance and Baroque style). Toledo is called the "City of the Three Cultures", since Christians, Muslims and Jews lived together. In the XVI century, it was also the place of residence of the great painter El Greco.
Lunch and Dinner on own
Overnight Madrid
Day 4 Madrid - Barcelona
Meet your driver after breakfast and take your private transfer to the train station in Madrid.
Board a fast train and relax on your way to Barcelona. They journey takes circa 3 hours. 
Welcome to Barcelona!  Upon arrival at Barcelona Train Station meet your car and transfer to the hotel.
Check in and spend the rest of day at leisure.
Lunch and Dinner on own
Overnight Barcelona
Day 5 Barcelona
After breakfast, begin your day admiring Barcelona’s main sights on your included Hop on – Hop off City tour.
See all the key sights of this fantastic city including the Gothic Quarter which is the centre of the old city of Barcelona. Wander around the ancient winding streets where many of the buildings date from medieval times, some from as far back as the Roman settlement of Barcelona. A great number of buildings are World Heritage Sites
Especially remarkable is the work of architect Antoni Gaudi, which can be seen throughout the city. His best known piece of work is the immense but still unfinished Cathedral the Sagrada Familia, a symbol of Barcelona all over the world that has been under construction since 1882. Those who appreciate the work of Picasso will be spellbound by the Picasso Museum and if you wish to tread in the footsteps of the artistic genius, you can do so by visiting the landmarks that shaped his youth.
Perhaps sampling the seafood at Gracia's seafood restaurants takes your fancy? Don’t miss the Tapas for lunch nor the chilled fruit Sangria. Barcelona also hosts some of Europe’s best shopping so make sure you leave some time for that
Lunch and Dinner on own
Overnight Paris
Day 6 Barcelona - Paris
Today take your private transfer to Barcelona Train Station. Board the train and relax while you travel to Paris Station. The journey takes about seven hours
Meet your driver as you arrive in Paris and transfer to your hotel. Check in and spend the rest of the day at leisure.
Stroll along the Seine and the Champs Elysees and stop at one of the Parisian cafés. Perhaps visit the Louvre to catch a glimpse of Mona Lisa (not included). 
Paris has amazing shopping and Galeries Lafayette on Boulevard Haussman is well worth a visit. In the evening perhaps visit one of the Paris cabarets such as the Lido (not included).
Lunch and Dinner on own
Overnight Paris.
Day 7 Paris Sightseeing
Make your way to the meeting point and board the coach for your tour of Paris, where you will be provided with individual earphones with recorded commentary in several different languages. 
The tour includes Paris’s main monuments - the Champs Elysées, Arc de Triomphe, Place de la Concorde, Les Invalides (Napoleon’s tomb), the Tuileries Gardens, as well as many other fantastic sights. 
This tour also includes a cruise on the river Seine and a visit to the 2nd floor of the Eiffel Tower. 
In the evening, why not explore the Latin Quarter on your own, which is renowned for its lively atmosphere and bistros
Overnight Paris.
Day 8 Disneyland Paris
Today is devoted completely to the Magic Kingdom at Disneyland Paris. Make your way to the coach meeting point in central Paris and board your coach. The journey from Paris to Disney takes about one hour and you’ll have all day to discover this wonderful attraction
You ticket includes entry to Disneyland Paris Park where you’ll meet all the famous Disney characters. You also have access to Walt Disney Studios Park where you can get behind the scenes of Disney’s movies. Cartoons and tv-shows. 
Board the coach at the end of the day and head back to Paris. 
Overnight Paris
Day 9 Departure
Bye Bye Paris and take your private transfer to the airport/train station.
  • Breakfast at hotel
  • Hotel Accomodation
  • Transfers
  • Sightseeing
  • Personal Expenses
  • Flight Tickets
  • GST (Taxes)
  • Overseas Travel Insurance
  • VISA
  • Lunch
  • All other items that are not mentioned in Inclusions
  • Dinner on own

Important Notes

Don’t disrupt the siesta
It’s fine if you don’t want to join in and take a midday nap, but don’t be loud or disruptive during the hours of 3-5pm. Waking people up is simply not cool.
Don’t wear flip flops unless you’re at the pool
Madrid is a city where people are mindful of their appearance. Generally, people don’t wear yoga pants unless they are going to yoga or wear flip flops unless they are at the beach or pool. Walking around in the busy city in flip flops isn’t the best idea anyway – someone could stomp on your toes in a crowded place or it’s likely you feet will get dusty or dirty. If you want to wear sandals, pick up a sturdy and stylish pair that are better suited for city living.
Don’t eat lunch before 1pm
Any restaurant that’s worth dining at won’t serve lunch before 1pm, and that’s still quite early by Spanish standards. When in Spain, do as the Spanish do, and eat lunch later.
Don’t eat dinner before 9pm
Remember, dinner in Spain is light and late. So enjoy some tapas or a light salad, but remember – never before 9pm!
Don’t order eggs for breakfast
You’ll realise that eggs aren’t even offered for breakfast in Spain unless you stumble upon an international brunch spot. They are considered a dinner food here in Spain and not typically served in the morning, so order a tosta con tomate for breakfast instead – a slice of baguette bread with blended tomato, olive oil and salt.
Don’t be careless with your belongings
Madrid is a very safe city, but tourists can be easy prey for pickpockets, as visitors are often distracted with their surroundings and may be carrying expensive phones and cameras. Keep a close on your belongings – be sure to use a purse that zips and carry your wallet in your front pocket on the subway, or when visiting crowded tourist attractions
Don’t be angry if a Spanish person calls you a guiri
Guiri is the colloquial name the Spanish use for foreigners. But don’t be upset if someone calls you this, as it’s typically done in an endearing way. Madrileños love welcoming tourists and enjoy the opportunity to practise their English, so don’t be offended if you hear the word tossed around in your presence.
Do realize that to use the washroom in places such as a train station or department store, you will have to pay a nominal fee (ie. 0.35 Euros)
Do not use “Tu” (you) to address another person unless that person is quite familiar to you. Use “Vous”, as it is more formal.
Do not assume all stores will be open between 12-2 pm as this is when most people have lunch.
Do not expect to get ice in your drink. It is just rare to find drinks with ice in France as compared to North America.

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