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Portugal – An evocative tripPortugalPortugal is one of those countries that I fall in love with. A place where everything is more authentic, where the roots are maintained and where it seems that time has not passed. From the evocative city of Porto, to the brilliant city of Lisbon, the sunny and picturesque beaches of the Algarve and the authenticity of the villages that we find on our route. Its gastronomy and the kindness and sympathy of its people, make the experience much more authentic and enriching.

How to get there: The fastest and cheapest way to get to Portugal is by car, if you live nearby, or by plane, if your city is further away, as in our case we went from Valencia. We recommend you to book your flight in the search engine Skyscanner that shows the best combinations and offers of flights to Portugal.

How to get around in Portugal: The best way to get around Portugal is by car, because you have a lot of freedom of movement and schedule. If you travel to Portugal by plane and rent a car, as we did, we recommend RentalCars to book your rental car.

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Breakfast and monumental and panoramic tour of the city of Fez. to discover the most interesting places of this wonderful city: the 7 gates of the Royal Palace, the Jewish Quarter or Mellah, Bab Bou Jeloud gate that leads to the Medina.  We continue with a walk through its grand Medina or old city, declared a World Heritage Site, we will know the Medersa, one of the main schools of the Koranic religion of Morocco, its Al Karaouine Mosque, one of the largest architectural complexes of Fez known for housing the oldest university in the world and later we will discover the famous neighborhood of tanners, with its countless pits full of natural dyes that make up a colorful landscape. At the end of the visit we enjoy an authentic Moroccan lunch in an old palace in the Medina.  We head towards the Mediterranean Coast to reach Tangier, the Moroccan capital of the Strait of Gibraltar, a cosmopolitan city that has always been coveted by many civilizations due to its strategic location, at the main gateway between Europe and Africa.  Arrival, room distribution, dinner and overnight at the hotel.

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However, the most common is the sun and beach traveler; and in this case, the whole summer is the star moment for this type of trip. Before I was talking in general. If you feel like beaching, summer is the time and you will have many coastal areas to choose from. It’s lucky the places and the weather we have here, so don’t hesitate to come and enjoy our attractions.

There are other more inland climates such as Aragon, Castilla y Leon, Castilla La Mancha, Madrid, Extremadura and non-coastal areas of Andalucia that are very hot in summer. It is best to travel there in between seasons.

However, there are more and more people who precisely want mild temperatures where they can enjoy good weather, but not too much. That is why the areas of the Aragonese or Catalan Pyrenees are a summer choice for more and more people.

It is an ideal time to see places like the Irati Forest in Navarra or the Muniellos forest in Asturias; the area of Sierra de Gredos in Avila; continue enjoying coastal areas such as Cabo de Gata; or visit the main wine regions of the country, as it is harvest time.

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Cristina, our hostess, will pick you up at the hotel to start a leisurely tour of the lesser known corners of Madrid. The narrow streets that connect Plaza del Sol and Plaza Mayor, the Madrid de las Letras, to the busy Mercado de San Miguel, an ideal place to taste some more elaborate dishes. The famous Golden Mile, with its premium boutiques will be a good place to spend the evening. Dinner at leisure.

Our Andalusian route will continue to Montilla, in Cordoba, cradle of great wine cellars where we will visit the oldest in Andalusia. There we will learn about the elaboration process of the well-known Pedro Ximénez. Teresa will help us with her knowledge and will also give us a tasting of some grape varieties. For lunch, we have a table reserved in a family tavern where they will prepare some traditional recipes based on local products, always without additives. We will arrive in Granada at sunset with time to stroll through the colorful Zocos of the Albayzin neighborhood.

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