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The Interceltic Festival of Morrazo is a folk music festival held in the fishing village of Moaña, located in the province of Pontevedra, Galicia, Spain and part of the O Morrazo Peninsula. This festival is more than 20 years old. Apart from the local Galician folk music bands other artists from all over the world participate at this music festival from Scotland, Northumbria, Ireland, Canada and Brittany. This year takes place on the 29th, 30th, and 31st of July. We will take you virtually to the amazing festival!
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Visit Galicia starting from the wonderful city of Vigo on this Cooking like a Galician Tour combined with a ferry boat trip across Vigo Bay where you will enjoy the beautiful landscape and dramatic coastline. Get to know the Galician gastronomy and culture in a cooking class led by a local chef with fresh products from the area.
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Enjoy a short stay city break in Madrid. This tour package includes food & wine related tours and accommodation in a city centre either in a 5* or 4* hotel. The hotel is within walking distance from many places of enormous interest like Reina Sofia Art Gallery, Retiro Park, Botanic Gardens, Atocha Railway Station, Gran Vía Street, Puerta del Sol and Mayor Square.
Tapas are a traditional way of eating in Spain; we go to bars and order a drink and several snacks in the form of tapas to start the night off with friends. There is no better way to start your trip than acting like a Spaniard and getting to know the country’s culinary heritage Going on a tapa tour is a must when in Madrid. On the Madrid Tapas Tour, the guide will take you to the spots cherished by true madrileños for tasting the finest Spanish tapas and indulging in local wines. Immerse yourself in historical bars and restaurants, where the owners have perfected the art of cooking and serving authentic and delightful Spanish cuisine, preserving traditions from one generation to the next.
The next day you will visit the Prado Museum. Founded as a museum of paintings and sculpture in 1819, it also contains important collections of other types of works. El Prado is one of the most visited sites in the world, and it is considered one of the greatest art museums in the world. It has been described as a museum of painters not of paintings, given that its artists are represented superlatively with, for example, the largest holdings of Bosch, Titian, El Greco, Rubens, Velázquez and Goya, some numbering more than 100 works.
After the Prado, you will visit Madrid's Royal Palace (also known as the Palacio Real or Palacio de Oriente), a beautiful baroque structure with some 3,000 rooms, making it one of Europe's largest castles. Although the royal family no longer lives here, the Palacio Real still serves as the king and queen's official residence, a venue for state ceremonies, and a place for tourists to get a peek into the royal history of Spain.
On your third day, you will have to choose whether to visit La Mancha wine region or the Ribera del Duero wine Region.
Castilla La Mancha region stretches out from all directions south of Madrid and remains today Spain’s largest wine producing area. It is the largest continuous wine-producing area in the world; approximately 450,000 hectares are under vine. The La Mancha D.O. (appellation) accounts for almost half of all vines grown in Spain and produces half of all Spanish wines, many of which it must be said, could scarcely rise above the level of mediocre. You will visit Bodegas Osborne, one of the best wineries in the area where you will taste some of their best wines.
But if you decide to go for the other option, Ribera del Duero is also a wine region punctuated with Crusader castles and mile after mile of vineyards. The primary grape here is Tinto Fino (a.k.a Tempranillo) and it is used to make a range of mid-level up to ultra-premium wines. Vega Sicilia and Pingus are wine royalty at the super top end. Towns of interest in the region include historic Peñafiel, medieval Peñaranda de Duero and Aranda de Duero with its gorgeous underground wine tunnels. In this option, we will visit 2 wineries: Bodegas Ismael Arroyo-Valsotillo and Abadía Retuerta, a jewel among the string of exclusive wine estates found along the Duero River.
They are both fantastic wine regions to taste some of the best wines that Spain has to offer.
On your last day, your private chauffeur will take you to the airport and say the final goodbye.
DAY 1:MADRID AIRPORT - MADRID
DAY 3:MADRID - LA MANCHA WINE COUNTRY - MALPICA DE TAJO – MADRID or MADRID- BODEGAS ISMAEL ARROYO (VALSOTILLO) - ABADÍA RETUERTA - MADRID
OPTION 1: LaMancha Wine Tour from Madrid
OPTION 2: VIP Wine Excursion to Ribera del Duero from Madrid
B, LDAY 4:MADRID
Option 5*Hotels: Hotel NH Collection Madrid Suecia 5* / Westin Palace 5*
Option 4* Hotels: Iberostar Las Letras Gran Vía 4* / NHCollection Madrid Gran Vía 4*
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