We also specialize in the combined country tour of Spain, Portugal and Morocco. This multi-country tour will allow you to explore two of the world’s culturally most rich continents, i.e. Europe and Africa. Through this country hopping tour, you can travel through the colors and charisma of Spain and Portugal and also be enchanted by the magic and majesty of Morocco’s metropolises- all packed into one unforgettable adventure.

You can start the tour in Lisbon, travel to Spain by road, take a ferry from Tarifa or Algeciras, cross the Strait of Gibraltar and start your tour from Tangiers in Morocco. Explore different cities and end your tour either in Casablanca or in Marrakesh. There are also several other ways to do this tour. To know more, simply drop us an email.

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Barcelona

Barcelona

Barcelona is the capital city of the autonomous community of Catalonia in Spain. This city attracts millions of visitors from around the world every year due to its rich cultural heritage, outstanding architecture, lively nightlife, sandy beaches, and world-class cuisine. One of the most famous architectural gifts to the world by the city of Barcelona has been the flamboyant Catalan creation that erupted in the late 19th century, personified by the work of Antoni Gaudí. His biggest masterpiece being the unfinished Sagrada Familia. Barcelona is also known for hosting world-class conferences, expositions, and international sport tournaments.

Valencia

Valencia

Valencia is the third-largest city in Spain and one of the nation’s most fascinating tourist destinations. One of the many charming places to visit in Valencia is its Old Town. It houses the cities rich heritage and history with centuries-old architecture. Another thing not to be missed out in Valencia is Paella. Valencia is also globally known for Las Fallas which consists of burning massive cartoonish statues throughout the city and days-long party to commemorate the onset of spring.

Madrid

Madrid

Madrid is the capital of Spain and one of the most visited cities in Europe. Madrid boasts of famous museums, palaces, parks, green areas and busy streets filled shops, restaurants and nightlife. It is also the perfect destination for architecture lovers as buildings and monuments from different periods and eras coexist in harmony in this beautiful city. Madrid houses some of the most beautiful places like Royal Palace, Plaza Mayor, El Prado Museum and Real Madrid’s Bernabeu Stadium to name a few. Each and every corner of Madrid is different, unique and full of life.

Porto

Porto

Located in northern Portugal, Porto is Portugal’s second largest city and is the commercial and industrial centre for the northern zone. The city lies along the Douro River.The historic centre of Porto was designated a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1996. In the 14th century the city became an important port. Porto is widely famous for the export of its wine, a popular fortified wine usually served after meals. Some of the famous places and monuments to be visited in porto are: Dom Luis I Bridge, Clerigos Tower, Livraria Lello and Bolsa Palace.

Sintra

Sintra

Located at about 15 miles west-northwest of Lisbon, Sintra, is considered one of the most beautiful cities in the country and it feels like it has come straight out of a fairytale. Sintra was the first European site listed by UNESCO as a Cultural Landscape. In the historic center of Sintra you can find 19th-century Romanticist architecture, the surrounding forests and dense gardens and mansions. Some of the most famous landmarks in Sintra include the medieval Castle of the Moors, the romanticist Pena National Palace and the Portuguese Renaissance Sintra National Palace.

Lisbon

Lisbon

Lisbon is the capital and the largest city of Portugal. Lisbon is also one of the oldest cities in Western Europe, with a history of 2,700 years. The city is the second oldest in Europe, after Athens. This capital city perfectly balances old and new, filled with historical treasures and modern charms. Lisbon is known for its monuments, architecture, museums, the tiled buildings, the narrow steep streets, the viewpoints, the river, the food, the music and the wine. And of course, you cannot miss the little custard tarts called Pastel de Belem, if you are in Lisbon.

Casablanca

Casablanca

Casablanca is the largest city of Morocco as well as the country's commercial hub. The Port of Casablanca is one of the largest artificial ports in the world and handles most of Morocco’s foreign trade. Most of Casablanca`s architecture is a blend of its French colonial legacy and the Arabic culture. The iconic Hassan II Mosque of Casablanca is the largest functioning mosque in Africa and one of the few open to non-Muslims. Besides Hassan II Mosque, you can also visit Old Medina, the Corniche, Cathedral du Sacre Coeur, Mohammed V Square and several other monuments in Casablanca.

Rabat

Rabat

Located on the Atlantic Ocean at the mouth of the river Bou Regreg, Rabat is the capital city of Morocco. When Morocco achieved independence from France in 1955 Rabat became its capital. Rabat is home to the country's most important museums, the Royal Palace, mosques as well as several other historical tourist attractions.

Marrakesh

Marrakesh

Marrakesh is the first of Morocco’s four imperial cities. It is also the fourth largest city in the Kingdom of Morocco. It is situated west of the foothills of the Atlas Mountains. The ancient part of the city, known as the medina, was declared a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1985. Marrakesh also has the largest traditional market in Morocco, called souks. Marrakech can also be called the city of parks and gardens. Majorelle Garden is probably the most iconic among them.