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How to Spend 1 Week in Andalucia

How to Spend 1 Week in Andalucia

A week in Spain’s sun-drenched Andalucia is plenty of time to explore highlights like UNESCO-listed Seville and Granada, the quaint white hill towns of Sierra de Grazalema Natural Park, and the sherry wineries of Jerez. Here are some ideas for a 7-day itinerary. 

Days 1 and 2: Seville

Begin in Seville, the capital of Andalucia. Make the most of your time by booking an early-access or skip-the-line tour of the Alcázar, the city’s most famous attraction and aGame of Thrones filming location. Many city sightseeing excursions also include the Seville Cathedral, the world’s largest Gothic building—climb the towers for sweeping city views. Then, wander the town center, people watching in the Plaza de España or learning about the history of bullfighting at the Seville Bullring. 

Flamenco was born in the streets of Seville, so don’t leave town without an evening of Spanish guitar, singing, and dancing in one of the city’stablaos. Foodie option: combine a flamenco performance with a walking tapas tour. 

Days 3 to 5: Jerez and the White Hill Towns

Head south to one of Andalucia’s often overlooked gems, Jerez de la Frontera. Visits typically revolve around sherry, with tours hopping among bodegas to sample fortified wine from some of the city’s best producers.

With your luggage perhaps a few bottles heavier, continue to Andalucia’s charming white hill towns (or Pueblos Blancos). In Ronda, the largest, walk across the bridge over El Tajo Gorge, and tour the historic bullring. There are numerous other white hill towns to visit, many far off the beaten tourist path: stroll the hilly streets of the old Arabian town Arcos de la Frontera, climb to the reconstructed castle atop Zahara de la Sierra, or check out the whitewashed houses built into the cliffs in Setenil de las Bodegas.

Days 6 and 7: Granada and the Alhambra

For the final stretch, make your way northeast to Granada, one of the last strongholds of the Spanish Moors. Orient yourself with a walk around the old town—and dinner inside a cave. 

On your last day, experience Granada’s star attraction, the UNESCO-listed Alhambra and Generalife Gardens. Some 2.5 million tourists pass through the gates each year, so save time with a skip-the-line tour. A guide provides extra insight into the significance of the Alhambra’s ornate apartments, sparkling fountains, tranquil pools, and elaborate inscriptions. 

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Skip The Line Alhambra and Nasrid Palaces Guided Tour

Skip The Line Alhambra and Nasrid Palaces Guided Tour

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This tour is a great choice for travelers interested in historic sites. Save time waiting in long visitor lines with a skip-the-line entrance ticket to the stunning complex of Alhambra included. Explore the palace complex and Generalife with a guide, so you don’t get lost. Your guide enhances your day with stories about the history, art, culture, and mysteries of the palace and surrounding area.
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  • 3 hours
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$58.94
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Alcazar of Seville Early Access with Optional Seville Cathedral

Alcazar of Seville Early Access with Optional Seville Cathedral

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Enhance your experience of the Alcázar of Seville. Appreciate the mix of mudéjar, Renaissance, and 19th-century architecture as you pass through areas like the Patio of the Maidens, the Ambassador's Room, and the English gardens. Upgrade to include skip-the-line entry and a guided tour of Seville Cathedral—one of the largest Gothic cathedrals in the world—and access to UNESCO-listed landmark La Giralda.
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  • 2 to 4 hours
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$33.00
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Private Monumental Seville Walking Tour

Private Monumental Seville Walking Tour

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Discover the spectacular sights of Seville on a private walking tour. Admire the impossibly intricate architecture of the Santa Maria Cathedral; ascend to the dizzying heights of the Giralda Bell Tower to enjoy spectacular views of the city; and explore the opulent chambers and gorgeous gardens of the Royal Alcazar Palace on a guided tour. Enjoy a stroll through the Santa Cruz quarter and upgrade to add a walk around Plaza de España. Entrance fees are included in the price of the tour.
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  • 3 to 4 hours
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$204.29
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Skip the Line: 1 Hour Flamenco Show Ticket in a Cave-Restaurant in Granada

Skip the Line: 1 Hour Flamenco Show Ticket in a Cave-Restaurant in Granada

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Watching a traditional Flamenco performance is a highlight of any visit to Andalusia and this 1.5-hour dinner show is located in one of Granada’s most spectacular venues. Take your seats in the atmospheric cave-restaurant of El Templo del Flamenco, tuck into a delicious 2- or 5-course dinner, and be entertained by a thrilling live flamenco show.
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  • 1 hour
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$31.27
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Flamenco Show at Casa de la Memoria Admission Ticket

Flamenco Show at Casa de la Memoria Admission Ticket

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Experience the beauty and passion of Flamenco in an intimate setting. The Casa de la Memoria is a 15th-century palace in central Seville that now plays host to top flamenco performers. Each show features four performers: two dancers, a singer, and a guitar player.  The venue is small enough that they don’t require microphones, the music carries throughout the hall.
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  • 1 hour
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$21.65
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Seville Tapas & Flamenco Tour

Seville Tapas & Flamenco Tour

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Make sure your night out in Seville sizzles with this 4.5-hour combination tapas tasting, flamenco dance show, and dinner experience. Savor a selection of mouth-watering snacks like Iberian ham and Spanish wine in two local taverns, then enjoy a mesmerizing flamenco performance in a 15th century building. Cap it all off with dinner at a family-run tapas bar.
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  • 4 hours 30 minutes
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$145.87
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Private Guided Day Trip to the White Villages from Seville

Private Guided Day Trip to the White Villages from Seville

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Be seduced by the picturesque beauty of Spain’s White Villages during a full-day private trip to Ronda and the UNESCO-listed Sierra de Grazalema Natural Park from Seville. Alongside your guide, you’ll visit the El Gato and La Pileta caves and partake in ecological activities like bird-watching and animal-tracking. Marvel at the abundance of olive groves and the explore the magnificent wonderland of Sierra of Grazalema, home to a verdant landscape known as the Green Throat. Hotel pick-up and drop-off is included.
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  • 8 to 10 hours
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$176.82
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Private Day Trip from Seville: The White Towns of Andalusia

Private Day Trip from Seville: The White Towns of Andalusia

This private day trip from Seville introduces you to some of the White Towns of Andalusia, aka Pueblos Blancos. This series of towns and villages are known for their whitewashed buildings and have become popular attractions in southern Spain.
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  • 8 hours
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$323.60
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Jerez Wine Cellar private Tour and Tasting

Jerez Wine Cellar private Tour and Tasting

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Raise a glass to the ancient winemaking traditions of Andalusia with a wine tour and tasting at the La Constancia wine cellar, one of the oldest and most celebrated wineries in Jerez de la Frontera. Learn about the estate’s long history and traditional methods of making Spanish sherry and other fortified wines enjoyed around the world. Taste several of the finest Jerez varietals and spend some time shopping for a bottle or two to take home if you like.
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  • 2 hours
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$66.16
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