The Andalusí Legacy Route begins in Málaga, and then explores mountainous Ronda, turns toward the Atlantic continuing along the shores of Cádiz and, with a stop near Hispalis in monumental Carmona, continues toward the metropolis that rivaled Baghdad in the year 929, becoming the capital of the caliphate: we?re referring to Córdoba, homeland of the philosopher Seneca.
The Andalusí Legacy Route includes Arabic baths, fortresses, castles and mosques coupled with a delicious culinary and confectionary tradition that has noticeably preserved its Arabic influences. As one would expect, the trip is sprinkled with Andalusian folklore.
This route, more than any other, explores the eight centuries of Muslim presence on the Spanish peninsula. Between Córdoba, the ancient capital of the caliphate, and Granada, seat of the Nazarí kingdom, a landscape of rolling knolls rife with legendary Hispano-Muslim treasures unfolds.
|Included: ||• Round trip International Flights|
| ||• Flight into Malaga and out of Madrid|
| ||• Parador in Malaga for 1 night |
| ||• Rent a car for 7 days|
| ||• Parador in Ronda for 2 nights|
| ||• Parador in Cadiz for 1 night|
| ||• Parador in Carmona for 2 nights|
| ||• Parador in Cordoba for 1 night|
| ||• Ave Train - Cordoba to Madrid|
| ||• Hotel for 2 nights in Madrid|
| ||• Daily breakfast (if stated in hotel info)|
| ||• Hotel taxes|