Colourful and fragrant, drenched in light and sun, Andalucia has often been immortalised in operas, literature and art. Its people, fiery and proud, enjoy vibrant music and colourful flamenco dancing.
The Moorish influence is strong and is recognisable through its architecture, palaces, old mosques transformed into churches, spicy cuisine and white buildings gleaming in the sun-drenched landscape. Shady town squares and beautiful churches are ideal venues for bands and choirs in cities such as Seville, Cadiz, Córdoba, Granada and Málaga.
|Day 1 – Fly to Seville – Transfer to Hotel – Explore local area on foot – Evening Meal
|Day 2 – Excursion to Cordoba on the Rio Guadalquivir spanned by a Roman bridge – Visit Mezquita and Jewish Quarter – CONCERT in Carmona – Evening Meal
|Day 3 – Day trip to Jerez de la Frontera, capital of sherry production – Take in the traditional Andalucian equestrian show – CONCERT – Evening Meal
|Day 4 – Excursion to Cadiz – Europe’s oldest city, which has been occupied Cathaginians, Romans and Moore in turn – rehearsal and CONCERT in Iglesia de Santiago Apóstol – Farewell Gala Dinner
|Day 5 – Morning free time in Seville to visit Torre del Oro and the Plaza de Toros de la Maestranza – Afternoon transfer to Airport for journey home
from £725 pp
based on 47 passengers travelling November 2023, excluding flights