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Córdoba Private Guided Day Tour from Madrid
"Enjoy this private 8 hour tour with your guide and get to the historical city of Cordoba very comfortably in a fast train service. The tour will start off with a ride from Madrid's ATOCHA train station and then travel comfortably by fast train to your official tour guide will meet you at the train station and your private tour will start. Your tour is completely personalized to fit your own needs. The tour will be organized taking into account what you want. An example of what some of the Jewish quarter and Gothic architecture and roman remains.The tour will finish off at the same meeting point.""""Once you visit Madrid and have a day to spare you cannot miss on a visit to Cordoba. Embark on an amazing full-day excursion. Explore Cordoba’s Moorish monuments with your private tour guide and emerge yourself in the historical streets and admire the great architecture."title=Highlights&1=Private%2C+full-day+tour+to+Cordoba+from+Madrid&2=Ride+the+fast+train+with+a+guide+through+the+scenic+Andalusian+countryside&3=See+highlights+of+the+city%27s+UNESCO-listed+historic+center&4=Step+inside+Cardoba%27s+famous+cathedral+built
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Madrid Full Day by High Speed Train from different points in Spain
"Transfer by your own to the High Speed Railway Station to take the morning High Speed Train to Madrid. Arrival in Madrid. Free time to discover this magnificent city considered as one of the most beautiful in the world. We include an afternoon city tour at 15.00 h (meeting at 14.45 h) in our VPT Terminal at C/ Ferraz 3. The best tour to get acquainted with the city. During approximated 2:30 hours we’ll see the most important buildings avenues and squares to know the monuments and its history from the old Habsburg and Bourbons quarters to the present modern city: Gran Vía Plaza de España University
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Madrid Full Day Tour by High Speed Train from Valencia
"Transfer by your own to Valencia Railway Station to take the morning High Speed Train to Madrid. In Madrid you will have free time to discover this magnificent city considered as one of the most beautiful in the world. It is included an afternoon city tour at 15.00 h (meeting at 14.45 h) in the terminal. Enjoy visiting this amazing city during 2.30 hour where you will see the most important buildings avenues and squares to know the monuments and its history from the old Habsburg and Bourbons quarters to the present modern city: Gran Vía Plaza de España University Moncloa
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More Tourist Traps in Spain

Autocaravanas del Sol/Autocaravanas Europa Scam

We had an awful experience after renting a caravan in June, 2015 with Autocaravanas del Sol / Autocaravanas Europa. We find ourselves deceived by this con artist. Not only they don’t have a proper...
MundoViajeros
Jul 30, 2015

Ferry tickets to Morocco.

If you are travelling from Algeciras to Morocco then buy your ticket directly at the harbour and not from the travel agents.They are all very freindly, but many do not know what they are talking...
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cachaseiro
Sep 28, 2010

Ferry Tour to Tangiers

FRS ferry company offers a tour that is the same price as the ferry ride to Tangiers. What they don't tell you is that your tour guide will take you to varioius places within Cazbah where they do...
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wegass
Feb 27, 2009

Typical Spain is only in Andalucia, no more.

The real typical Spain as you can see in many postcards you only can see it in the Andalucia province. If you are looking for that atmosphere that you can see in tourist publicity, you must go to...
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diamond7
Oct 09, 2008

Sun and Beaches

Being on a peninsula with thousands of kilometres of sun-blessed coasts, Spain was an easy prey to speculators and the kind of tourism promoted for decades has, in the long run, brought more havoc...
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DanielF
Aug 05, 2008

The Costa del Sol

It's full of Brits abroad, English shops, food and culture. It's a replication of Britain in the sun. It is not Spanish any more. It is built for English holiday makers and that's it.Great for a beach...
blint
Dec 27, 2007
 
 
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Madrid money/Check your Euros

On arrival in Madrid,first thing,some money,first stop,Cambio money exchangeThat is fine but you should check for counterfiet notes. I was given some and nearly arrested for dealing in false...
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auzzi
Dec 22, 2007

taxi drivers

they pretend not to know the note size youve given them and try to short change you be very careful they all do it, i too am a taxi driver so would not have a go if it was not deserved. the police try...
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interjambo
Dec 07, 2007

Toilets!

Please note that this tip is written from a male perspective, you will understand that I lack the knowledge of what goes on in the other side...Toilets in Spain are a trap for the unwary. In...
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timtregenza
Mar 26, 2007

Service Sucks

Wait service in Spain is crap, every where I went the service was horrible and terribly slow.Basically don't expect a lot and bring your patience you will need it.Many do not speak english (in case...
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gripdxd
Sep 23, 2005

Don't rely on ATM cards

Bring Traveller's Cheques and cash them all in for cash. ATM's are hard to come by and with foreign bank cards you may find that you have trouble. Many friends had trouble getting $. Plus, there...
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gripdxd
Sep 20, 2005

Don't order the sangria

Sangria is very expensive in Spain--something like 6 euros a glass. Instead, order the Tinto de Verano--it's delicious, and only 1 euro in most bars/restaurants. Sure, it comes pre-made out of a jar,...
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islaazul
Aug 08, 2005

Tapas in Madrid

We went to a local restaurant at the main square and ordered a Tapas sampler, which was very good. Imagine our surprise however when the bill came to over $70US! Usually tapas are $5-10US. Check the...
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JonBru
Apr 12, 2005

Tourist traps are uncommon in Spain

By and large, tourist traps are uncommon in Spain. The most popular destinations such as Sevilla, Barcelona, Ibiza ect, are the places where you are most likely to encounter inflated prices and low...
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asturnut
Jan 21, 2005

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Top Things to Do in Spain

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Sagrada Familia

final part of my tips with more pictures what is undoubtedly Antoni Gaudi's greatest creation and still unfinished up to this day is the Magnificent La Sagrada Familia Basilica (Basílica i Temple...
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Prado Museum

El Prado should need no introduction - it is one of the most famous art museums in the world. It has the greatest collection of Spanish art anywhere. It features some of the greatest works by artists...
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Alhambra

Unless you are visiting on a day with bad weather, which would be a great pity but not an impossibility (my first day in Granada was a day of steady rain, low cloud and general haziness) then you...
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Alcazar

The varieties of architectural styles in this palace are stunning. It is a must stop in Sevilla and a beautiful place to just wander and enjoy. Hopefully I can save you a little aggravation in...
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Alcazaba

In my first visit I went to the Alcazaba, almost forty years ago, and was not impressed; This time I decided to appreciate it from below, and found the image much more impressive. trying to read...
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Le Seu Cathedral

Though its construction continued over several centuries, the Cathedral of Mallorca has retained a largely Gothic-style interior. A few details do deviate from Gothic - other than the obvious Saint...
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"Viva Espana!"
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hopang

"SPAIN"
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deecat

"The Clock Does Not "Rule" in Spain"
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"More than this..."
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"Bienvenido a Espana - Welcome to Spain."
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