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Madrid & Barcelona featuring the AVE High-Speed Train

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The dynamic cities of Madrid and Barcelona come to life on this in-depth adventure. The thrilling AVE high-speed train transports you between your leisurely 3-night stays in each city. Travel to Toledo, the former capital of medieval Spain. Choose to explore Madrid’s famed Prado Museum OR take a Hapsburg Madrid walking tour. In Barcelona, explore the most popular monument in Spain, Antonio Gaudí’s La Sagrada Familia. Choose to discover Barcelona’s historic Gothic Quarter and 13th-century cathedral OR stroll through La Boqueria, Barcelona’s oldest open-air market, and tour a few of Gaudí’s architectural treasures. Explore the flavors of the country during a paella culinary workshop with locally acclaimed chefs. Dine on regional cuisine and sample local wines at every included dinner. Countless cultural adventures are ahead as you make your way through these two amazing cites.

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