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  • You will assemble at Cochin International Airport and meet tour manager from Santmonica Tours and travels.
  • Clear the emigration process and board your flight to Abu Dhabi.
  • Upon arrival at Abu Dhabi, you will board your connection flight to Casablanca



  • You will arrive at Casablanca, a port city and commercial hub in western Morocco, fronting the Atlantic Ocean. The city's French colonial legacy is seen in its downtown Mauresque architecture, a blend of Moorish style and European art deco.
  • After clearing the formalities in Airport, you will have your breakfast
  • Then you will transfer to hotel and early check-in to the hotel.
  • Later you will do a city tour in Casablanca, followed by lunch
  • You will visit all the famous places of Casablanca and you will have the entrance to Hassan II Mosque, it is the second-largest functioning mosque in Africa and is the 7th largest in the world. Its minaret is the world's second tallest minaret at 210 metres.
  • Then you will proceed to Cathedral.French architect Paul Tournon created the Church of the Sacred Heart, often known as the Cathedral of Casablanca. Its colossal beauty was influenced by the major Gothic cathedrals of Europe. The nave, the buttresses, and the two rectangular towers on the main façade are notable characteristics.
  • Later you will visit Mohammad square, also referred to as the Place des Pigeons, this expansive urban area is surrounded by a collection of buildings that combine Art Deco features with Hispano-Muslim, Andalusian, and Neo-Moorish influences. These buildings house some of the most significant institutions in the city, including the Prefecture, one of the most striking structures built by the then-sultan Mohammed V and inaugurated in 1930.
  • Next, you will transfer to see Royal Palace, is the Moroccan King's primary royal residence, located in Casablanca. After the Royal Palace in Rabat, it is regarded as the second most important royal location in Morocco and has hosted important occasions.
  • Then you will visit Central Market
  • Evening Dinner at the hotel and Overnight stay.
  • Meals: Breakfast | Lunch | Dinner



  • The day begin with breakfast at hotel, then you will proceed to Rabat, Morocco's capital, rests along the shores of the Bouregreg River and the Atlantic Ocean. It's known for landmarks that speak to its Islamic and French-colonial heritage.
  • Lunch on the way.
  • Then you will do a city tour and it include, The Kasbah of Udayas (Monuments), a popular, free tourist destination in Rabat that provides picturesque views of the Atlantic Ocean, the Bou Regreg River, the city of Salé, and the Rabat shoreline. It is mostly used as a residential area and is distinguished by its unusual blue and white walls.
  • Hassan Tower,is a historically significant location that has survived for centuries. It was constructed in the twelth century as a portion of an unfinished mosque by the Almohad dynasty, who ruled at the time. With its magnificent 44-meter height and elaborate carvings and ornaments, the tower is really remarkable.
  • Museum of Mohammad, often known as MMVI, is a modern and contemporary art museum that opened its doors in Rabat, Morocco, in 2014. It is one of the National Foundation of Museums of Morocco's fourteen museums. Moroccan and worldwide modern and contemporary art is curated by the museum. The MMVI is Morocco's first sizable museum constructed after the country gained its independence from France in 1956. The first public museum in Morocco to comply with international museum standards was this one. 200 Moroccan painters, including Hassan Hajjaj and Ahmed Yacoubi, have their works shown in the museum.
  • Chellah (Scenic Garden & Roman Ruins). Chellah is a popular vacation spot where guests may explore Morocco's rich cultural history and take part in its colorful festivities. Numerous civilizations, including as the Phoenicians, Romans, and Merinids, have left their mark on this ancient necropolis via occupation and influence.
  • Evening you will transfer to hotel check in and Overnight stay.
  • Meals: Breakfast | Lunch | Dinner



  • After breakfast, you will proceed for Chefchaouen city tour. Morocco's Chefchaouen is a little town with a fascinating history. This charming ancient town, nestled away in the Rif mountains, is well-known for its picturesque surroundings and architecture, but what really sets it apart are the spectacular blue walls that come in a variety of colors — it's one of the World's Most Colorful Cities.
  • Then you will be heading to Tangier, located at Morocco’s northern tip which is considered as the gateway between Europe and Africa.
  • From there you will take a ferry to Tarifa, southernmost tip city.
  • You are crossing The Strait of Gibraltar, a narrow strait that connects the Atlantic Ocean to the Mediterranean Sea and two continents (Europe & Africa) are separated by 13 kilometres.
  • You will arrive in Tarifa.
  • You will see some important places here such as Bab-el-Kasbah, the triple-arched Bab El Kasbah, also called Bab Essalsla, is regarded as the main gate and is accessed by way of an avenue lined with orange trees. There are steps that go to the tower's summit, where you may stroll around the ramparts.
  • Cap Spartel,is a unique location in Tangier, located 14 kilometers west of the city, and it links to both the Atlantic and Mediterranean seas. When visiting Tangier, this attraction is not to be missed.
  • Gran Teatro Cervantes, in Tangier, Morocco, dedicated to Miguel de Cervantes. Spanish builders constructed the theater in 1913. Up to the middle of the 20th century, it was also the biggest and most prosperous theater in all of North Africa.
  • Grand mosque De tangier, is one of the most recognizable features from the water and an element of Tangier's skyline. The Great Mosque is notable for its beauty and history, and it clearly displays an Alawite style. Originally constructed in 1684 as a mosque, it was later reconstructed during the Portuguese era as the Cathedral of the Holy Spirit.
  • St Andrews Church, this Anglican Church was finished in 1894 on land given by Sultan Hassan. Its interior is adorned in the high Fassi style, and above the altar is the Lord's Prayer in Arabic. Quranic quotations are etched into an opening behind the altar, which points in the direction of Mecca.
  • Evening Check in at the hotel near Gibraltar. Dinner & Overnight stay.
  • Meals: Breakfast | Lunch | Dinner



  • Breakfast at Hotel, check out.
  • Proceed to Gibraltar. Gibraltar is a British Overseas Territory and headland, on Spain's south coast. It’s dominated by the Rock of Gibraltar, a 426m-high limestone ridge.
  • After having your lunch, you will proceed to Seville, the capital of southern Spain’s Andalusia region. It's famous for flamenco dancing, particularly in its Triana neighborhood.
  • Upon arriving at Seville, you will visit all famous places of Seville such as Cathedral de Sevilla, the world's biggest gothic cathedral, standing as the third-largest church, is a magnificent example of Gothic and Renaissance architecture, spanning some seven centuries. Several well-known people, including Christopher Columbus and Ferdinando III of Castile, were buried in the cathedral
  • Real Alcazar, Europe's oldest inhabited palace. It began when Muslim rulers chose to erect a stronghold in a key location in Seville during the eleventh century to ensure the city's security. Enclosed by a wall, the Alcazar complex consists of many palaces and gardens created at various points in history.The Alcazar of Seville also features some of the outstanding specimens of Mudejar art, a fusion of Islamic and Christian culture, along with a wide range of styles that combine aspects typical of Muslim, Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque, and Romantic art.
  • Parque de Maria Luisa, is a large, beautiful park in Seville that lies back from the river. The park serves as a botanical garden, with hundreds of exotic trees along shaded pathways and fairytale-esque old structures with colorful tiled seats and Moorish fountains and pools as exotic accents.The park is well-known for having a sizable dove population. Along with ducks and swans in the lakes and fountains, the park's center is home to a large population of parrots.
  • Plaza de Espana, Located within Maria Luisa Park, this brick structure is semi-circular in shape and has a Renaissance/neo-Moorish design, with towers at either end. A 500-meter canal with four bridges crossing it lies in front of the structure, following the curvature of its facade, while the Plaza itself is in the middle of it all. Considered as "the Venice of Seville".
  • Then you will explore Barrio Santa Cruz: Seville's Most Charming Neighborhood.
  • Museo de Bellas Artes (Museum of Fine Arts), is among the best art museums in Spain. Though pieces from the 15th to the 20th centuries may be found in its collection of Spanish and Sevillan paintings and sculptures, the dark religious paintings from the city's 17th-century Golden Age are the main attraction.
  • Later transfer to Hotel, Dinner & Overnight stay at Seville.
  • Meals: Breakfast | Lunch | Dinner



  • After breakfast you will proceed to Lisbon, the capital and the largest city of Portugal.
  • Upon arrival we do a guided city tour. Our Guide will show you some of the famous Attractions of the city such as Tower of Belam,was constructed in the sixteenth century to protect Lisbon from invading ships. The famous monument was created by architect Francisco de Arruda in the year 1515, and its main function was to defend Lisbon from invading incursions along the Tagus River. It also signaled the start of sailors' journeys.
  • Jeronimons Monastery,is among Lisbon's most well-known examples of late Portuguese Gothic Manueline architecture. Numerous members of the royal family are buried at the monastery, which also serves as the resting place for explorer Vasco da Gama.
  • Praca de Comercio (public square with Shops and Restaurants), is one of Portugal's greatest plazas, situated opposite the harbor in Lisbon, the country's capital.
  • Lisbon Cathedral, the Lisbon Patriarchate's seat is housed in the city's oldest church. The cathedral was constructed in 1147 and has since withstood several earthquakes as well as numerous modifications, renovations, and restorations. These days, it combines several architectural styles. Since 1910, it has been designated as a National Monument.
  • Rossio,is one of Lisbon's most well-known and crowded squares. The stunning wave-patterned mosaic pavement, a feature of Portuguese urban design, is the main attraction of the area.
  • Then you will enjoy Hippo trip (Famous Splash tour), into the Tagus is a unique way to explore the Portuguese capital
  • In the evening, you will have your dinner at the hotel & Overnight stay
  • Meals: Breakfast | Lunch | Dinner



  • The day starts with breakfast, then you proceed to enjoy Wine testing at Arrabida. Marvel at the amazing landscapes of the Arrabida Natural Park and sample some of Portugal's delicious wine.Arrabida, which is situated between the large coastal areas of the Sado and Tagus rivers, is home to a wide range of wildlife. It is estimated that 34 mammals, 200 resident and migratory birds, 17 reptiles, and 12 amphibians live there. Notable inhabitants include bats, wildcats, eagle owls, peregrine falcons, and the magnificent Bonelli's eagle. Moreover, it is also the location of the production of excellent moscatel wines and the leisurely grazing of dairy sheep on the verdant meadows' herbs and plants, which yields the valuable milk required to make the renowned Azeitao cheese.
  • Then you will proceed to three famous town near Lisbon called Sintra, Estoril and Cascais.
  • Sintra is a resort town in the foothills of Portugal’s Sintra Mountains, near the capital, Lisbon.
  • Estoril is a town in the Municipality of Cascais, Portugal, on the Portuguese Riviera.
  • Cascais, is known for its beautiful beaches, especially the Praia do Gunicho, known for its spectacular natural beauty with dunes, crystal clear water and cliffs.
  • Later in evening return back to Lisbon.
  • Dinner &Overnight stay at Hotel.
  • Meals: Breakfast | Lunch | Dinner



  • Breakfast at Hotel
  • Today we proceed to Fatima, central Portuguese town that's home to the Sanctuary of Fatima and one of the most important religious pilgrimage sites in the world.
  • Upon arrive at Fatima, you will visit the Church at Fatima, within the world's largest Marian shrines is the Sanctuary of Our Lady of Fatima. The title bestowed upon the Virgin Mary following her 1917 appearance before three shepherd children near the Portuguese settlement of Fatima is Our Lady of Fatima. She introduced herself as the Lady of the Rosary to them.
  • Then proceed to Coimbra, situated by the Mondego River, Coimbra is well-known for having one of Europe's oldest universities.
  • Then you will do a city tour in Coimbra.
  • Then you will transfer to Porto.
  • Dinner, transfer to hotel, check-in and overnight stay.
  • Breakfast | Lunch | Dinner



  • After breakfast at the hotel, you will do Porto City tour. Porto,the second-biggest city in Portugal and the hub of commerce and industry for the region north of the Mondego River, is well-known worldwide for its port wine. In 1996, Porto's historic center received the UNESCO World Heritage designation. Its winding cobblestone alleyways and eclectic mix of ruined mansions and opulent structures are certainly charming.
  • Then you will have your lunch.
  • Later you will transfer to Salamanca, known as the "Golden city" because to the sandstone used in its building construction, it has one of Spain's most exquisite plazas, the third oldest university in existence worldwide, and one of the country's top ten churches.
  • You will arrive at Salamanca and have your dinner.
  • Transfer to hotel for overnight stay.
  • Meals: Breakfast | Lunch | Dinner



  • The day begin with breakfast, you will proceed for Salamanca City Tour.
  • Then you will drive to Avila, is referred to as the Town of Saints and Stones at times. Ávila is an ideal location to explore remarkable landmarks including the medieval city walls and charming cobblestone lanes of the old town. Furthermore, Saint Teresa was born there.
  • You will do a City tour in Avila followed by your lunch.
  • Later you will proceed to Madrid.
  • On arrival at Madrid, you will have your dinner, then you will transfer to hotel for overnight stay.
  • Meals: Breakfast | Lunch | Dinner



  • Breakfast at Hotel.
  • Proceed for a guided tour of Madrid, the capital of Spain. Madrid is a cosmopolitan city that combines the most modern infrastructures and the status as an economic, financial, administrative and service centre, with a large cultural and artistic heritage, a legacy of centuries of exciting history.
  • Visit some of the main Attractions of Madrid such as Plaza Mayor, is a significant open area in the center of Madrid,
  • Royal Palace of Madrid,is among the biggest in the world and the largest in Western Europe. Its 3,418 rooms and more than 135,000 square meters have seen centuries of Spanish history. It is one of the few publically accessible official residences of a head of state.
  • El Retiro Park, one of the biggest and busiest parks in Madrid
  • Gran Via (famous Street for shopping and food), is regarded as the street that never sleeps and is among the most vibrant streets in Madrid at night. Gran Via, which means "Great Way" in English, is one of Madrid's busiest avenues. Gran Via, which stretches from Plaza de España to Calle de Alcalá, near Plaza de Cibeles, is well-known for its luxurious hotels, art theaters, and retail centers.
  • Entrance at Football Club Real Madrid Santiago de bernabeu. It has been Real Madrid's home stadium since its construction in 1947 and now has the second-largest seating capacity in all of Spain (83,168).
  • After dinner transfer to Hotel.
  • Meals: Breakfast | Lunch | Dinner



  • Breakfast at Hotel, check out.
  • Proceed to city of Zaragoza, the capital of northeastern Spain's Aragon region.
  • You will have a guided tour here, you will find an impressive monumental legacy in its streets, as Romans, Muslims, Jews and Christians left their mark on this place. Ruins of Roman civilization such as the Theatre; the Aljafería Palace, Mudejar style churches, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO; Baroque jewels such as the basilica of Pilar; the work of the genius Francisco de Goya. And also, the site of the modern Expo 2008.
  • Dinner and transfer to hotel, check-in and overnight stay
  • Meals: Breakfast | Lunch | Dinner



  • Breakfast at hotel. Enjoy full day guided tour of Barcelona, the cosmopolitan capital of Spain’s Catalonia region, is known for its art and architecture.
  • You may visit Park Guell,is a large garden that features stunning and unique architectural features created by the well-known Catalan architect AntoniGaudí.
  • LaRambla, is Barcelona's most famous boulevard and a must-see because of its flower-filled patios, live music, street performances, mimes, and lively displays. La Rambla, sometimes referred to as Las Ramblas, is one of Barcelona's principal thoroughfares and one of the city's busiest locations.
  • Gothic Quarters,is a central part of Barcelona that is filled with squares and lanes. The abundance of palaces, homes, and Gothic cathedrals here illustrates the city's medieval heritage.
  • Casamila, is recognized as Antoni Gaudi's most famous piece of municipal architecture because of its innovative construction, practical design, and ornamental and decorative elements that defied the prevailing architectural trends of the time.
  • Magic Fountain of Montjuic, a famous attraction, the magnificent Magic Fountain is most recognized for its light and music displays. Driven by a water-recycling system, the fountain's three circular pools circulate about 2,600 liters of water each second.
  • Place de Catalunya, is a square in the heart of Barcelona that serves as a major gathering place for locals. It's among the biggest squares in Spain.
  • Cathedral of Barcelona, constructed in 1407, the Chapel of Lepanto is a chapter house or chapel within Barcelona Cathedral. Known as the Holy Christ of Lepanto, this church has a legendary crucifix. It is reported that the slanted shape of the crucifix originated from cannonballs shot from a royal ship, which is why it is so renowned.
  • Then you will Photo Stop at Football club Barcelona Stadium Camp Nou,opened in 1957, Camp Nou was home to some of the greatest football players of all time, including Ronaldinho, Diego Maradona, Ronaldo, and the incredible Lionel Messi, who is currently the main man for Barcelona and among the best players in the world.
  • After lunch you will have entrance to Sagrada Familia, beginning in 1882 and still incomplete in the first quarter of the 21st century, Barcelona's most recognizable monument is the SagradaFamília, which is distinguished by its textured, natural shape. With its twisting towers and daring flying buttresses, it is an astonishment in its urban context.
  • Later in the evening enjoy Las Golondrinas, the traditional Barcelona Boat tour. See capital of Catalunya from different perspectives from water.
  • After Dinner return back to hotel.
  • Meals: Breakfast | Lunch | Dinner



  • Breakfast at hotel or with packed breakfast, you will check out from the hotel
  • Proceed to Airport for your return flight to Abu Dhabi.
  • Arrive Abu Dubai
  • Board your flight to Kochi.
  • Meals: Breakfast | Flight Meal

Product Description

Take an intriguing journey of the Iberian Peninsula and discover the dynamic cultures of Portugal and Spain. The journey offers a rich history, delicious food, and stunning scenery, blending the intense flamenco rhythms of Seville with the ancient beauty of Lisbon's cobblestone alleyways. Prepare to taste the distinct tastes of these two sun-kissed countries as you explore their captivating cities and learn about the warmth that characterizes Portuguese and Spanish culture.

DEPARTURE TIME Please arrive at least 3.5 hours before the flight.
Return Economy class Airfare ex cochin 12 night hotel accommodation
Sightseeing as per the itinerary Meals as per the itinerary.
All tours with services of English-Speaking Guide
All type of transfers including in tour
Malayalee Tour Manager
Travel Insurance (Up to age 70)
USA Visa The cost of Passport
The cost of Passport
Additional meals other than specified in the itinerary
Laundry, beverages, telephone charges
Anything which is not included in the “Cost Includes”.
10% TCS is applicable for those passengers does not have PAN ((permanent Account Number)

1 - Valid national passport:

  • Issued within the last 10 years and with at least 6 months validity after the scheduled return, with at least two blank pages and previous passports..

2 - Three passport-size pictures:

  • White background, not older than 6 months, 35 x 45 mm size,80% face.

3 - If employed :

  • Employer letter: Original letter on company letterhead, signed and stamped by HR, mentioning your position and the duration of your service, “No objection statement” regarding the planned trip to Switzerland/Schengen States and include dates of travel.
  • Last 6 months salary slips and last 6 months' salary bank account statements with seal & signature.
  • Last 6 months personal bank account statements + FD receipts (if there).
  • Personal ITR for  the last 2 assessment years.

4 - If student or unemployed :

  • Copy of the student's School ID card and bonified letter from the School.
  • Parents must provide their personal bank statements for the last 6 months + FD receipts (if there).
  • Parents' Personal ITR for  the last 2 assessment years along with a confirmation letter of financial support and a copy of their passports.

5 - If self-employed and/or company owner:

  • Business registration certificate/GST Registration with annexe A & B/Partnership Deed / Proof of proprietorship or other proof of ownership.
  • Covering letter should be on company letterhead.
  • Last 6 months personal and business bank account statements with bank seal & signature.
  • Company’s and personal ITR (only ITR-V, Indian Income Tax Return Verification Form or Acknowledgement is accepted) for the last 2 assessment years.

6 - If retired:

  • Retirement documents & pension proof -pension account statement – 6 months.
  • Last 6 months personal bank statement (original, sealed & signed by the bank) + FD receipts (if there).
  • Personal ITR for  the last 2 assessment years.
  • Clear photocopies of valid UK, USA, or CAN visas (if any).

7- Savings Account Bank balance minimum should be tour cost.

  • Note:Photo 45mm x 35mm white background, 80% face without specs, 3 copies (Matte finish)

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5 - Travel Insurance: It is highly recommended that travelers obtain comprehensive travel insurance to cover any unforeseen circumstances, including trip cancellation, medical emergencies, or loss of personal belongings. Santamonica Tours & Travels will not be liable for any expenses or losses incurred due to the absence of travel insurance.

6 - Itinerary Changes: Santamonica Tours & Travels reserves the right to modify travel itineraries, accommodations, transport arrangements, or other components of the package if deemed necessary due to unforeseen circumstances or factors beyond its control. Any changes will be communicated to the traveler as soon as possible.

7 - Health and Safety: Travelers are responsible for their own health and safety during the trip. It is advisable to adhere to local laws, customs, and guidelines, and to take necessary precautions regarding personal health, vaccinations, and safety measures.

8 - Liability: Santamonica Tours & Travels will exercise reasonable care and diligence in making travel arrangements. However, it shall not be responsible for any loss, damage, injury, or inconvenience caused directly or indirectly due to acts of nature, accidents, delays, political unrest, or any other force majeure event beyond its control.

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