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Day 1

Arrive Madrid - Evening Panoramic Tour Of Madrid - (B/D)

Arrive at Madrid International airport, clear your custom & immigration proceed to Coach for your transfer to hotel. Check into the hotel. Time to get freshen up and little free time , early evening we proceed for Panoramic tour of Madrid to show you all the different and most interesting areas of Madrid, from the Borbones, Austrias and Isabelinos quarters to the Moorish quarters and the architecture of Old Madrid. Here we see the elegant squares of Oriente, Espana, Puerta del Sol, Cibeles, Neptuno, Atocha, Puerta de Alcala and Colon, with its great avenues such as Gran Via and Alcala. We pass on route famous attractions, such as the Royal Palace, the Prado Museum, the memorial Retiro Park and the Bullring. In the new part of Madrid we see modern buildings, gardens and wide avenues as well as the Santiago Bernabeu Football stadium, one of the largest in Europe. After completion of tour we proceed for Indian Dinner at Indian restaurant.

Day 2

Madrid - Via Toledo City Tour - Malaga - (B/L/D)

Breakfast at Hotel. Check out from the hotel & proceed to your coach to see the World Heritage City Toledo. Toledo is a city of great artistic beauty. It was once the capital of the country and is now one of the oldest cities in Europe. During a walking tour of the city centre, we visit the city’s most famous monuments such as St Tome Church, Santa Maria la Blanca Synanogue, the Victorio Macho Museum and San Juan de Los Reyes Church followed by Lunch. After Lunch we will proceed to beautiful city Malaga. Arrive at Malaga, Check into the hotel

Day 3

Malaga - City Tour - (Fuengirola) - Granada (152 Kms) - (B/L/D

Breakfast at Hotel. Proceed to your coach to for Panoramic Malaga City tour inclusive of Picasso Museum. Birthplace of Picasso, Malaga boasts pretty streets, leafy boulevards and lush gardens. Find out why the city’s Cathedral is called ’La Manquita’ - the one armed lady! Hear all about the old palace fortress and its 2 rings of walls and of course you can’t miss the Picasso Museum! Followed by Lunch. After Malaga City tour we continue our Journey to Granada upon arrival, transfer to your hotel and check-in. In the afternoon visit of the Alhambra, the stunning fortress, symbol of Granada and one of the biggest traces the Arabics left in the country. Continue the visit through the gardens of Generalife. In the evening, visit of the Albaicin, neighbourhood and entrance to a flamenco show (includes one drink). Overnight in the hotel.

Day 4

Granada - Cordoba - Sevilla (202 Kms - 140 Kms) - (B/L/D))

Breakfast in the hotel, Check-out and departure by road to Córdoba (202 kms). Upon arrival, visit of the city and entrance to the Mosque-Cathedral. Enjoy the morning in this wonderful and charming location followed by Lunch. After the visit, continue by road to Sevilla (140 kms). Upon arrival, transfer to your hotel and check-in. Evening at leisure. Overnight in the hotel.

Day 5

Sevilla - Jerez - Sevilla (180 Kms) - (B/L/D)

Breakfast in the hotel. Proceed to your coach to day trip to Jerez. In the morning, departure by road to Jerez de la Frontera (90 kms). Visit the small town of Jerez and enjoy the entrance to a typical Sherry winery where we`ll learn about the manufacturing process of this type of wine and we`ll taste it. Return to Sevilla. Rest of the day at leisure. Overnight in the hotel.

Day 6

Sevilla - City Tour - (B/L/D)

Breakfast in the hotel. Proceed to coach for city tour. In the morning, departure for a panoramic tour of Sevilla, the capital of Andalusia, formerly known as Hispalis. We`ll visit the Cathedral (entrance included) and other monuments like Spanish Square, Santa Cruz District and Guadalquivir River. Overnight in the hotel.

Day 7

Sevilla - Ronda - Malaga (Fuengirola) (128 Kms - 93 Kms) - (B/L/D)

Breakfast in the hotel, In the morning, check-out and departure by road to Ronda (128 kms). This small town in the hills of Grazalema is unique and stunning. Enjoy a walk through its narrow streets and take some wonderful pictures of its white houses hanging on the steep mountains. Entrance to Santa Maria Church and bullring (the oldest bullring in Spain. Continue by road to Fuengirola (93 kms) and upon arrival, check-in at your hotel. Overnight in the hotel.

Day 8

Malaga (Fuengirola) - Madrid - Moscow (B/L/D)

Breakfast at Hotel. Check out from hotel @ 12:00. You are free evening till departure to catch your flight to Moscow. Arrive Moscow Airport Clear your custom & Immigration transfer to the hotel. Day is free to explore by your own. Evening we transfer to Circus Show & after show we proceed to the Restaurant at Indian restaurant.

Day 9

At Moscow (B/L/D)

Breakfast at Hotel. Proceed to board your coach for Kremlin with Cathedrals , Armoury including walk at Red Square , Visit Lenin Tomb if it is possible (Subject to availability of time and spot position). Armoury Museum: Like the Faceted Chamber, the Armory forms part of Great Kremlin Palace complex. The building was erected as part of Konstantin Ton’s project between 1844 and 1851. From the start the space was intended as a museum to house the treasures of the Tsars. Before this the collection had been housed in the much smaller Armory Chamber on the same site. The new structure fitted comfortably into the Palace complex as a whole, being stylistically similar to the Great Kremlin Palace itself. The two-tiered chamber of the ground floor is particularly impressive and the fasade is decorated with sculpted and ornamented columns. The building housed a suite of apartment with high ? vaulted ceilings ,and the central hall is round. The museum’s collection fills nine halls and includes exquisite jewelry, men’s and women’s clothing, carriages, armor, weaponry and many other fascinating artifacts from the cultural and domestic life of different eras. A good example is the legendary Crown of Monomakh, supposedly a gift to Prince Vladimir of Kiev, in the 11th century, from the Byzantine Emperor Constantine IX Monomachus, and thus a symbol of Russia’s claim to the spiritual and imperial heritage of Byzantium. It was used in the coronation ceremony of all the Tsars until 1682. The museum brings the past to life for visitors, conjuring up images of splendid balls, bleak military campaigns and the everyday lives of the Russian people. The word "Kremlin" means simply "fortification" in Russian. The Kremlin is the historical, spiritual and political heart of Moscow and the city’s most famous landmark and tourist attraction. It’s an intriguing ensemble of buildings with an architectural variety that reveals a long and fascinating history. The Kremlin stands at the confluence of the Moscow and Neglinaya Rivers on Borovitsky Hill. Red Square: Surrounded by the stark severity of the Lenin`s Mausoleum, the expansive facade of the world-famous GUM and the exuberant colors of St. Basil`s Cathedral, Red Square is, and deserves to be, the requisite first stop for any visitor to Moscow. Red Square earned its name from the Russian word for "red", which many centuries ago also meant "beautiful". The square’s vast cobbled expanse is flanked by some of Moscow’s most famous tourist attractions. After completion sightseeing tour continues to Moscow University New Maiden Convent (outside) & Metro tour. Moscow State University (MGU) is the oldest educational institution of Russia. The year 2005 is marked with the festivities and more than 900 special events dedicated to the 250 anniversary of MGU. A new university library, a new faculty of medicine and a modern university clinic mark this special event. Moscow University has a long-standing tradition of academic excellence. At this oldest and most famous Russian university scientific and educational schools of international reputation have been formed. Among its graduates and professors there are Nobel Prize winners and world known scientists. Moscow State University includes a number of scientific research institutes specialized in the most significant areas of modern science such as Mechanics, Nuclear Physics, Astronomy, Lasers, Molecular Biology, Bioorganic Chemistry, Anthropology, Materials Sciences, Ecology, Humanitarian Sciences, and others. The total number of students enrolled are 40 000. The staff includes more than 8 500 professors, associates professors and research associates. Currently the number of foreign students and postgraduates is 5000 from 80 countries. Moscow State University has agreements with the leading international organizations (e.g., UNESCO, The World Bank), is a member of many international associations, and signed over 300 agreements with universities of all continents. The Lomonosov University is the centre of cooperation between the universities on the territory of the former USSR. Moscow Metro (EF): No visit to Moscow is Complete without visiting its metro stations. The metro stations display true underground museums! They are really beautiful and very clean & full of elegant designs and lavish and profuse use of marble, mosaics, sculptures and chandeliers. Built during Stalin’s rule, these metro stations were supposed to display the best of Soviet architecture and design and show how privileged the lifestyle of the Russian people was. The Novodevichy Convent or "New Maidens Convent"- The red and white crenellated walls and golden domes of Novodevichy Convent make it one of Moscow’s most attractive monasteries. Situated a short walk from the Luzhniki Sports Stadium, in a tranquil southern suburb of Moscow, inside a bend in the Moscow River, the Convent’s leafy gardens are a pleasure to stroll in during the summer months and a welcome retreat from the bustle of the city. Many of the city’s monasteries served as retirement homes for royal and noble women, who either chose or were forced to take the veil and remain in the safety and seclusion of the convents for the rest of their lives. After completion of tour transfer to Indian restaurant for Indian Dinner.

Day 10

Moscow - Delhi (B)

Breakfast at Hotel. Check Out from hotel 12:00, handover the keys and clear your extra bill at reception and transfer to airport to catch your flight to Delhi.