A favorite for those who are returning to Spain, this off the beaten track itinerary is rich in history, gothic architecture and rustic cuisine.
Discover some of Spain’s best kept secrets. Far from the bustle of Las Ramblas or the traffic of Sol, some of Spain’s most charming towns date back to the middle ages, we’ve prepared a route to discover these lesser-known gems Burgos, Leon and Santiago. Off the beaten path towns that have loads to offer visitors, the best examples of gothic architecture in Spain and up and coming cuisine worth exploring. For travelers that want something different from the capital cities, the medieval route offers a less travelled path.
Private transfer to your accommodations.
Welcome walking tour of San Sebastian, explore the old town, markets, coastal walks and sights of the city. Enjoy a free afternoon to explore on your own and do some shopping.
Full day guided tour of the San Sebastian coastline visit the wine growing terraces of Getaria and meet local winemakers.
Transfer to Bilbao and check in to centrally located hotel.
Visit the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao, and learn about the transformation of this once industrial city into a modern sustainable town. Full day private guided tour of the city, old town and a chance to sample the city’s famous pintxos or dine in a members-only txoko.
Get to know the province of Vizcaya, including the chapel of San Juan where Game of Thrones was filmed, fishing town of Bermeo, and the historic town or Gernika, the inspiration for Pablo Picasso’s famous mural. Full day guided tour and a delicious lunch.
León, the capital of the Province of León, has much to offer first time visitors. An ancient Kingdom, León has a remarkable national heritage and is filled with historic monuments from the Cathedral, Roman Walls, San Isidoro Monastary.
The history of León goes back to Roman times; a town surrounded by medieval walls and the seat of the capital of the Kingdom of León. From kings to buried heroes, every corner of the old town holds stories of past military conquests, royal court tales and more. Ancient monuments with stories to tell.
Ever since the Early Middle Ages, when León was a transit place in the pilgrimage to Santiago, there has been a tradition of hospitality towards the travellers, which lives on today.
A destination for many journeys, yet so much more. Santiago is the capital city of the province of Galicia, and the every year hundreds of thousands travel the Way of Saint James Camino pilgrimage to arrive here. Its historic centre has been designated a World Heritage Site by the UNESCO. And theres is much to see from th Cathedra, Plaza de Obradoiro and ancient churches and resting places.
After discovering the city enjoy some of the best dishes the region has to offer, Galician hospitality and quality food go hand in hand.
Hotel Check out and departure from Santiago airport.