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5 Day Guided Tour Andalusia and Toledo from Barcelona
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5 Day Guided Tour Andalusia and Toledo from Barcelona

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See the many faces of Spain on this comprehensive 5-day tour from Barcelona. Visit Zaragoza before spending the night in cosmopolitan Madrid. Travel through La Mancha to Cordoba, visiting the famous Mosque and Jewish Quarter. Explore the scenic parks, plazas, and monuments of Sevilla. Head to Granada to tour the stunning Alhambra, a UNESO World Heritage Site. Discover the rich history of Toledo as you walk its narrow streets on the final stop of your trip.
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Armando_74a wrote a review Aug 2016
Helsinki501 contributions193 helpful votes
Located in the city center this is a very nice little park. It has a beautiful monument dedicated to the fallen during the war with France two centuries ago. Area is very popular among locals for walk, children and several very nice bars and restaurants also in close by.
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Date of experience: August 2016
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Gloria A wrote a review Mar 2016
Brussels, Belgium1,022 contributions236 helpful votes
This park is located in a central area just across the Museo Zaragoza and from here, it is just a few minutes walk to Plaza del Pilar and the old part of the city. There are also many cafes and restaurants near the plaza. The park is peaceful, the main attraction of which is a monument, surrounded by early spring flowers. There should also be a fountain, but in February, there was no water. This is a delightful green oasis in the middle of the city.
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Date of experience: February 2016
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Cadiz_lover wrote a review Sep 2015
London, United Kingdom28,948 contributions305 helpful votes
Pleasant city small park but unfortunately nowhere to sit and take refreshments. Would be so nice to enjoy.
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Date of experience: September 2015
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kpiddy wrote a review Jul 2015
Brisbane, Australia11,557 contributions1,116 helpful votes
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We came upon Plaza los Sitios on our way to Zaragoza Museum which is situated across the road. This small park is a gem to visit with delightful gardens, outdoor sculptures, areas to sit and relax under the shade of the trees, a nice children's playground or admire the beautiful monument fountain in the centre of the plaza. In 1908 Zaragoza hosted the Hispanic-French Exhibition, for this event the plaza was designed and built to commemorate the centenary of the Sieges of Zaragoza which occurred in 1808 and 1809. The central monument is dedicated to the heroes of the Siege and was inaugurated that same year by King Alfonso XIII and his wife, Queen Victoria Eugenia. A very pleasant discovery.
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Date of experience: April 2015
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