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La Tomatina Special

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08 Night / 09 Days
Availability :
August 2020 : 21
Barcelona
Madrid

La Tomatina is a food fight festival that held in the Valencian, Buñol, in the East of Spain 30 kilometres (19 mi) from the Mediterranean. Participants make their way from all corners of the world to fight in this ‘World’s Biggest Food Fight’ where more than one hundred metric tons of over-ripe tomatoes are thrown in the streets. It has been held on the last Wednesday of August, during a week of festivities in Buñol since 1945.

Package Covering

  • Madrid
  • Toledo
  • Seville
  • Cardoba
  • Granada
  • Valencia
  • Bunol
  • Barcelona
Sightseeings Included
Cities CoveredSightseeings
Madrid

Guided City Tour

Visit Las Ventas Bull Ring

Toledo

Orientation Tour

Visit the Sword Factory

Seville

Guided City Tour

Cardoba

Visit Great Mosque of Cardoba

Free Time at Plazza de la Corredera

Granada

Guided City Tour

Visit the Alhambra and Generalife Gardens

Valencia

Guided City Tour

Free Time at Plaza del Ayuntamiento

Bunol

La Tomatina Festival

Barcelona

Guided City Tour

Visit Barcelona FC stadium

Free Time at La Rambla

Flamenco Show

Meals

Your tour will feature an abundance of tasty meals. Stimulate your palate with a wide array of dishes carefully selected and flavoured with authentic ingredients and spices.

 

Accommodation Used

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CityNo. of NightsHotel NameCategory
Madrid2Hotel Axor Madrid or Similar4 Star
Seville1Hotel Abades Benacazon or Similar4 Star
Granada1Hotel Camino De Granada or Similar4 Star
Valencia2Hotel Sercotel Sorolla Palace or Similar4 Star
Barcelona2Hotel SB BCN Events or Similar4 Star

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Tour Price
EX-Mumbai
ROOMINGEURINRTOTAL COST (INR)DISCOUNTFINAL TOUR COST (INR)
Single12409699919619915000181199
Twin / Double / Triple9259699917099915000155999
Child With Bed8009499915899910000148999
Child No Bed6359499914579910000135799
EX – Delhi
ROOMINGEURINRTOTAL COST (INR)DISCOUNTFINAL TOUR COST (INR)
Single12409999919919915000184199
Twin / Double / Triple9259999917399915000158999
Child With Bed8009799916199910000151999
Child No Bed6359799914879910000138799
EX – Ahmedabad/Bangalore/Chennai
ROOMINGEURINRTOTAL COST (INR)DISCOUNTFINAL TOUR COST (INR)
Single124010399920319915000188199
Twin / Double / Triple92510399917799915000162999
Child With Bed80010199916599910000155999
Child No Bed63510199915279910000142799
EX – Kolkata
ROOMING EUR INR TOTAL COST (INR) DISCOUNT FINAL TOUR COST (INR)
Single 1240 106999 206199 15000 191199
Twin / Double
/ Triple
925 106999 180999 15000 165999
Child With Bed 800 104999 168999 10000 158999
Child No Bed 635 104999 155799 10000 145799

Discount Valid For Limited Period

Child rate applicable below 12 years

Above price is calculated with 1 EUR = 80 INR. Any change in rate of exchange will change the total tour price

Infant CostBooking Amount – Interest Free & Non-Refundable
INR 39999 (Inclusive of Visa Charges and Applicable TaxesINR 55000 Per Person (To Be Adjusted Against Tour Cost)
Holiday Price Includes
  • Economy Class Airfare & Airline Taxes valid for duration of tour.
  • Visa as per itinerary.
  • Tips payable to coach driver and guides.
  • Hotel Accommodation as per itinerary.
  • Meals, coach transfers, entrance fees, excursions, sightseeing and surface transportation as mentioned in the itinerary.
  • Overseas Travel Insurance valid for passengers up to 70 years of age.
  • Services of Tour Manager or Local Representative or Local Guide.
  • Baggage allowance as per airlines policy sometime airline allow 1piece baggage on internal flights.
  • The tour price based on Minimum Operating Strength of 40 adult travelling on tour, otherwise tour will operate on FIT Basis and FIT supplement may be applicable.
Holiday Price Excludes
  • Any increase in airfare / visa fees / fuel surcharge / taxes / surcharge on airline routing charged by airlines / port charges on cruise.
  • Porterage, tips, laundry, wines, mineral water (unless specified), telephone charges and all items of personal nature.
  • Airline and Hotel surcharges (if applicable) during high / festive season / tradefairs to be paid extra per person.
  • Any add-on, optional tour & transfer other than itinerary.
  • Medical test and premium cost of insurance valid for passengers above 70 years of age.
  • Anything not specifically mentioned in "Tour Price Includes" box.
  • Part of foreign currency in tour is highly dynamic, (Currently Calculated @ EUR 1 = INR 80). Any change in rate of exchange will change the total tour price.
  • Expenses incurred on Airline Route Change, Date Change, Hotels Stay due to unforeseen circumstances like natural calamities, political disturbances, strikes etc.
  • GST 5.00% on Tour Billing, effective from 01st July 2017.
Visa Details
Schengen
Single Entry – Schengen
Departure Dates
MONTHSDATES
August-202021
Dates are Day 1 of the itinerary. Flights leaving from India may depart a day prior, please check with our Sales Officer
Important Notes
  • Cost of USD 2,50,000 granted by the Reserve Bank of India under the Liberalised Remittance Scheme.
  • Connecting time between two international and domestic flights should be 4 to 5 hours prior
    to departure.
  • Child with bed policy will be applicable for child under age of 12 Years old.
  • Due to safety and health restriction at hotels, maximum 3 Person in a room are allowed.
  • Management reserves the rights to claim any additional expenses incurred due to delay or changes in schedules of train, airplane, bus, ship or any other services.
  • Tour Manager may amend itinerary if certain attractions, sights, monuments, museums, etc. are closed.
  • Indian lunches and dinners and local meals are pre set & a-la carte is not possible.
  • Visa is included in tour cost as per itinerary. Any Double or Multiple Entry Visa will be at extra cost.
  • The company shall not accept any liability or responsibility for any damages, loss of baggage, loss, injury, accident, death, breakdown or irregularity on tour.
  • The tour manager and driver will do their best to get you as close to the monuments as
    possible, because in some cities coaches are restricted
  • Any damage caused to hotel rooms / coach during your stay, shall be borne by the concerned passengers.
  • Jain Meal will not be served in Theme Parks.
  • There are no refunds for any services i.e. meals, sightseeing, etc not utilized on your tour.
  • Once an air ticket is issued, date change penalty cost will be applicable. Check with our Sales Officer for the applicable charges.
  • If a child under 12 sharing room with 1 adult, then the tour price of a adult on twin sharing
    basis will be applicable for child.
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Itinerary
BBreakfast
LLunch
DDinner
IBIndian Breakfast
ILIndian Lunch
IDIndian Dinner
PDPack Dinner
PLPack Lunch
LCLunch Coupon

 

Day 1Arrival at Madrid

A warm welcome to your ‘Sailani’s – La Tomatina Special’ Tour. Your Sailani’s representative greets you at the ‘designated meeting point’ (Check In after 1600 Hrs). We start your sightseeing only the next day so that you can relax after your long flight and get over your jetlag.

If you have free time, get to know one of Europe’s most dynamic capital cities. Home of the most typical restaurants and taverns, which serve the delicious “tapas”. Overnight at Madrid.

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Day 2In Madrid • Guided City Tour of Madrid • Las Ventas Bull Ring • Orientation Tour of Toledo • Visit the Sword Factory

Today we take you on a guided city tour of Madrid. See the Royal Palace, Puerta del Sol, Cibeles Squares and Plaza Espana. Drive through the main streets and see the Neptune Fountain, Alcala Street and Gran Via – most popular commercial street for a real taste of Spain.

Next is visit to the Las Ventas Bull Ring, where we will guide you around the key parts of the bullring, from the main entrance, to the tendidos, the callejón…. putting into context the three protagonists of this magnificent spectacle: the audience, the bullfighter and the bull. Continue for an excursion to Toledo, a cultural melting pot renowned for its harmonious combination of three cultures of Christian, Muslim and Jewish cultures. Also, visit to a Sword factory. Steel from Toledo has been one of the most prestigious in the world because of its flexibility. Overnight at Madrid.

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Day 3Onto Seville • Guided City Tour of Seville

Your drive takes you to Seville, the capital of Andalusia. According to legend, Sevilla was founded by Hercules and its origins are linked with the Tartessian civilization.

You will be taken on a guided city tour of this gracious and charming Spain’s third-largest city. See the Tower of Gold, the tranquil and extensive Maria Luisa Park, the quaint Santa Cruz Quarter, and finally view the huge cathedral (one of the world’s largest) with its Giralda Tower (a former minaret). While Seville is famous for its history, at the same time the old city center is bustling with modern life: filled with shops, tapas bars and restaurants, the city offers plenty of options for visitors. Free time to savour the atmosphere. Overnight at Seville.

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Day 4Onto Granada • Visit Great Mosque of Cordoba • Free Time at Plaza de la Corredera

Today proceed to Granada. En route visit the former Great Mosque (now a cathedral) in Cordoba. When arriving in Cordoba, pass along the wonderful gardens of the Alcazar mof the Christian Kings, where we will also see the mosaics that decorate the rooms (Mondays visit another monument).

Free time at Plazza de la Corredera, this grand 17th-century square has an elaborate history as a site of public spectacles, including bullfights and Inquisition burnings.
Nowadays it’s ringed by balconied apartments and is home to an assortment of popular, though culinarily run-of-the-mill, cafes and restaurants. Overnight at Granada.

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Day 5Onto Valencia • Guided City Tour Granada • Visit the Alhambra and the Generalife Gardens

Grab the sight of The Alhambra and the Generalife Gardens. Listed under the World Heritage Sites of the UNESCO, Alhambara is indisputably the most well-known monument of the city and one of the most visited in Spain. The last Moorish stronghold in Europe, the Alhambra reflects the splendor of Moorish civilization in Andalusia and offers the visitor splendid ornamental architecture, spectacular and lush gardens, cascading and dripping water features and breathtaking views of the city. It has a defensive area, the Alcazaba, the Nasrid Palaces, named after the Dynasty of the Kingdom of Granada, and the Gardens of the Generalife. Generalife Gardens is positioned on a hill situated at the rear of the complex

overlooking the Alhambra palace. Within you’ll find beds of colourful flowers, more exquisite architecture, leaping fountains and cool shade.

Proceed to Valencia. Valencia is one of the oldest cities in Spain, founded in the Roman period under the name “Valentia Edetanorum” on the site of a former Iberian town, by the river Turia in the province of Edetania. Overnight at Valencia.

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Day 6In Valencia • La Tomatina Festival

Enjoy a wonderful experience at La Tomatina Festival. The aim of the day is simple… tonnes of tomatoes are pelted, thrown, tossed, chucked, propelled, catapulted, fired, launched, pegged & lobbed at friends, family, partners, all the people you know plus the thousands you don’t! Overnight at Valencia.

(B, D)

Day 7Onto Barcelona • Guided City Tour of Valencia • Free Time at Plaza del Ayuntamiento

Today enjoy a guided city tour of Valencia. In Valencia you can find an impressive balance between modern and classical architecture. The buildings like the City of Arts and Sciences, The Cathedral of Valencia and the Central Market you should not miss.

Free time at Plaza del Ayuntamiento, home to some of the most representative administrative buildings in Valencia, Plaza del Ayuntamiento features an outstanding mix of Spanish architectural styles.

Later proceed to Barcelona, the cosmopolitan capital of Spain’s Catalonia region, is defined by quirky art and architecture, imaginative food and vibrant street life. Overnight at Barcelona.

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Day 8In Barcelona • Guided City Tour of Barcelona • Visit to FC Barcelona Football Stadium • Free Time at La Rambla • Flamenco Show

On a guided city tour see the ancient Gothic Quarter with its magnificent cathedral. Stop to admire the exterior of Gaudi’s masterwork, the Basilica of the Sacred Family (Sagrada Familia). Continue to Montjuich Hill (site of the Olympic Stadium), to enjoy a spectacular view of Barcelona and its port area.

Delve into the history of Barcelona’s revered football club on a 90-minute self-guided tour of the impressive Camp Nou Stadium and its interesting museum.

Free time at La Rambla, the most famous street in Barcelona and one of the most vital places of the catalan capital. Without a doubt, is one of the most essencial attractions to visit in Barcelona.

Take a bite out of Barcelona’s legendary nightlife. Experience an exhilarating flamenco show performance. Cheer on a talented troupe of flamenco dancers as a unique display of agility, passion and energy is demonstrated on stage.

Rest of the day free to explore the city on your own. Overnight at Barcelona.

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Day 9Homeward bound

Good times need never end! As you get ready for the airport and your flight back home, relive the high points of your ‘Sailani’s – ‘La Tomatina Special’ Tour.
(Breakfast either at the hotel or onboard the flight)

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Note: This tour may run with an altered flow due to operational constraints

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