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Fly & Drive Andalusia
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Fly & Drive Andalusia

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Created: Friday, October 28, 2022 - Departure: Tuesday, December 27, 2022
Ref ID: 3685096
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1.471 €
Based on 2 adults
Created: Friday, October 28, 2022 - Departure: Tuesday, December 27, 2022
Destinations: Malaga, Gibraltar, Cadiz, Seville, Cordoba, Granada, Antequera, Ronda, Malaga
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27 Dec
Transport from Milan to Malaga
Departure
EasyJet
EasyJet EasyJet - U22733
09:00 - Milano, Malpensa (MXP)
11:40 - Malaga, Malaga (AGP)
2h 40m 0 PC Nonstop Fare: Standard
Transport:  U22733
Cabin Class: Economy
Fare Name: Standard
27 Dec
Car rental
Opel Corsa
Helle Hollis
A/C 5 doors 5 people
Opel Corsa (EDMR)
Includes:
Fuel Policy: Pickup full return full
Manual transmission
Chilometraggio illimitato
Driver age

Minimum 18, Maximum 80

Fuel Policy
A inizio noleggio il cliente dovrà prepagare il pieno di benzina, il cui costo varia tra i 75.00 - 125.00 EUR- a seconda della tipologia di vettura scelta.
Il carburante non utilizzato verrà rimborsato.
General payment terms
Il deposito minimo che il cliente dovrà lasciare come garanzia è di: MCMR, EDMR, ECMR, EDAR, 500.00 EUR
CDMR, IFMR, CWMR, FFMR, IFAR, FFAR, 600.00 EUR
IDAR, 700.00 EUR
IVMR, MTMR, 750.00 EUR
SVMR, 1000.00 EUR
Forme di pagamento accettate:  Carta di Credito Mastercard,  Carta di Credito VisaForme di pagamento non accettate:  Assegni,  Contanti, Carta di Credito American Express,  Carta di Credito Diners Club, Carte Prepagate,  Carte di Debito, Carte di credito e debito contrassegnate come: electronic use only,  Carte Maestro, Carte non emesse da un entità bancaria,  Carte di Credito senza numeri in rilievo,  Carte di Credito Virtuali,  Carte Visa Electron Le tasse locali sono incluse nei costi.
500,00 €
Theft protection
0,00 €
Collision damage waiver
0,00 €
Pickup

MALAGA AIRPORT - Telephone: +34 952 24 55 44

MALAGA AIRPORT, AVDA. GARCÍA MORATO 14 – 16, MALAGA

Opening hours: 00:00 - 23:59

1. Esci dalla sala arrivi dalla porta principale e prosegui dritto per 20 metri. 2. Girare a sinistra e seguire il marciapiede per 100 metri. 3. Ad una rotonda attraversare la strada e troverete un parcheggio e lì la fermata del bus di cortesia.
Dropoff

MALAGA AIRPORT - Telephone +34 952 24 55 44

MALAGA AIRPORT, AVDA. GARCÍA MORATO 14 – 16, MALAGA

Opening hours: 00:00 - 23:59

1. Esci dalla sala arrivi dalla porta principale e prosegui dritto per 20 metri. 2. Girare a sinistra e seguire il marciapiede per 100 metri. 3. Ad una rotonda attraversare la strada e troverete un parcheggio e lì la fermata del bus di cortesia.
27 Dec
1. Malaga
Stay
About the destination: Malaga, the birthplace of Picasso, exudes art from every brick. Considered one of the oldest cities in Spain and Europe, this cosmopolitan port is buoyantly modern yet it hangs on to its vast historic past. The palm-lined Paseo el Parque will take you below Alcazaba, a Moorish palace whose fortified walls enclose fragrant gardens and an archaeological museum. The lofty Gibralfaro Castle crowns a nearby hill, with outstanding views of the sprawling city below. Also worth a visit is the Picasso Museum that, aside from an impressive artistic patrimony, offers educational activities and cultural events. Málaga deserves a good night visit: do not miss a good walk along the harbour where traditional fried fish is washed down with cold beer at chiringuitos (beach bars) and enjoy the illuminated Alcazaba, which watches over the city from Mount Gibralfaro.
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28 Dec
Car journey 136 Kilometers - 1h 51m
Malaga
Gibraltar
28 Dec
2. Gibraltar
Stay
About the destination: Gibraltar, colloquially known as The Rock, is an overseas territory of the United Kingdom sitting at the entrance to the Mediterranean Sea. Today Gibraltar enjoys a mixture of customs, a colourful language and a religious tolerance that is unique in the world. One of its more important tourist attractions is the Upper Rock Nature Reserve on the Gable Car which where you can take from Alameda Grand Parade. Gibraltar is incredibly rich and full of surprises at any time of the year with a wide array of plant life, many of which are native to the area, the Rock Apes, dolphins in the Bay of Gibraltar, and other marine mammals which include the Pilot Whales of the Strait, Killer Whales and even larger species such as Sperm Whales
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29 Dec
Car journey 122 Kilometers - 1h 57m
Gibraltar
Cadiz
29 Dec
3. Cadiz
Stay
About the destination: Cádiz is located in southern Spain, in the region of Andalusia. Its coastline is part of the Costa de la Luz (Coast of Light) and features numerous golden sandy beaches, including everything from beaches in urban areas to extensive, practically unspoilt stretches of sand. In the interior, the popular White Villages Route is highly recommended. It has three festivals of International Tourist Interest: the prestigious Carnival of Cadiz, the unique horse racing events on the beach at Sanlúcar de Barrameda, and the elegant Horse Fair in Jerez de la Frontera. Part of the province also lies within the Doñana National Park, and there are also another five nature reserves in Cadiz's exceptional natural environment. Cadiz is also known for its delicious gastronomy, and particularly for its “pescaíto frito” (perfectly-fried platters of assorted fresh fish) and shellfish, ideally accompanied by the wines to be found on the Wine and Brandy routes in the Marco de Jerez region.
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29 Dec
Tickets
Bodegas González Byass
Bodegas González Byass
2 Entrances ( Adulti da 18 anni: 2 )
1 hour Español 17:00 General admission with 2 wine tastings
Non refundable
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30 Dec
Car journey 124 Kilometers - 1h 31m
Cadiz
Seville
30 Dec
4. Seville
Stay
About the destination: Seville has a special colour, this effervescent city is filled with captivating traditional architecture in colours of lemons, plums and oranges. The River Guadalquivir runs approximately north-south through Seville. Most of the city, including the old quarter of Barrio de Santa Cruz, is on the east bank, while the Barrio de Triana lies on the west bank. At midnight, impromptu singing, clapping and guitar playing fill bars and streets. By day, the diversity of the city’s heritage becomes apparent. The Romans, Moors, Catholic Spaniards, and now, hordes of tourists have all tried to claim Seville as their own. Indeed, Seville has never failed to spark the imagination of newcomers. From the street, the cathedral seems unimpressive; you must go inside to get some sense of its dimensions. Massive pillars support the vaulted roof, and the wealth of treasure is fabulous beyond belief. Another major sight of the city is La Giralda, which was the minaret of the Almohad mosque. From the top, there’s a fantastic view of the city across the barbed spires and buttresses of the roof. La Torre del Oro, a symbol of the city, originally covered in golden tiles, watches over the town as it has always done since 1220. Seville at night is wonderful, everything takes on a mystical air able to hypnotize and if you know how to live it, you will fall under its spell.
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30 Dec
Tickets
Tour delle tapas a Siviglia
Tour delle tapas a Siviglia
2 Entrances ( Adulti: 2 )
1 hour and 30 minutes 14:00 Tour guidato
Non refundable
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01 Jan
Car journey 146 Kilometers - 1h 55m
Seville
Cordoba
01 Jan
5. Cordoba
Stay
About the destination: Perhaps nowhere else does Spain’s diverse heritage present itself so tangibly to the visitors as in Cordoba. The Roman Bridge, and scattered pillars and ramparts testify to the city’s importance in Roman times. The Arab occupation brought about its greatest prosperity and for a time Cordoba, with is vast library, was the largest city in the world. Cordoba captures the essence of Andalusia today: White-washed houses along narrow streets hide serene patios, and the strains of cante jondo, a vocal style in flamenco, still resound from time to time. Most sights and monuments are clustered in the Juderia, a maze of narrow winding streets that was once the city’s Jewish quarter. This area lies between the Plaza de las Tendillas, Cordoba’s main square, and the River Guadalquivir. Here visitors will find the city’s symbol, The Mezquita, Great Mosque, which is a mystic wonder; an airy forest of 850 marble, alabaster and stone pillars supports the 425 striped double-decker arches. From the tower visitors can clearly see how the 13th century conversion into a cathedral resulted in an incongruous juxtaposition of styles. Mischievous The Jewish quarter is great for tapas and bar-hopping, while you are at it, try a light, dry fino or a sweet Pedro Ximenez, the most famous local wines. Córdoba has plenty reasons for visiting it. This city invites you to dream: just wander through its convoluted alleys and you will realize you're in a unique place. Do not miss the sunset from the Roman Bridge over the Guadalquivir river. After that you won’t want to go to sleep.
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02 Jan
Car journey 206 Kilometers - 2h 25m
Cordoba
Granada
02 Jan
6. Granada
Stay
About the destination: The Muslim rulers of Granada adored and adorned this provincial capital. Ignore the low apartments of Granada and look up: the majestic clay-red Alhambra palace looms against the Sierra Nevada, Europe’s sunniest ski slopes. And the refreshing coastline is also nearby. The Alhambra, the red one in Arabic, is an Islamic monument of universal fame ad unfaded grandeur, built on a hill covered with splendid woods and gardens. The numerous courtyards and rooms inside the palaces of the Casa Real are among the finest examples of Mudejar art and architecture. Constructed after the Reconquista of Granada to replace the mosque on the site, the Cathedral of Granada is the first purely Renaissance cathedral is Spain. The Royal Chapel, reached by a separate entrance, contains the elaborate tomb of Ferdinand and Isabella, along with Isabella’s splendid private art collecting. South of the Cathedral is the Albayzin, the old Arab quarter, a set of winding alleyways with Moorish-style archways decorating the walls. Granada is famous for its holy week celebrations, which include festivities and processions. For less cultural diversion, stick to the student pubs around the university.
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04 Jan
Car journey 106 Kilometers - 1h 24m
Granada
Antequera
04 Jan
7. Antequera
Stop
About the destination: Antequera is a Spanish municipality and a city located in the North of the province of Málaga, in the autonomous community of Andalusia. The city presents a cultural legacy that has its origin in the ancient Roman Antikaria, although several sites scattered around the municipality testify that the area was inhabited before. Of its past it retains an extensive archaeological and architectural heritage highlighting the dolmens of Menga, Viera and El Romeral set, as well as numerous churches, convents and palaces from different periods and styles. Of its physical environment highlights of El Torcal Natural Park, famous for the whimsical shapes of its limestone rocks, which make up one of the largest karst landscapes in Europe.
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04 Jan
Car journey 88 Kilometers - 1h 31m
Antequera
Ronda
04 Jan
8. Ronda
Stop
About the destination: Ronda is a town in Malaga. The millennial city of Ronda possesses one of the most beautiful historical centers of Spain. Declared a Site of Cultural Interest in 1966, containing a rich and diverse historic heritage. Its old town has been declared Property of Cultural Interest. Celts, Phoenicians, Romans and Arabs all inhabited these lands, which were reconquered by the Catholic Monarchs. Several bridges unite the two halves of one of the most interesting towns on the route of the Whitewashed Villages, in the heart of the Ronda hills, only a few kilometers from the Costa del Sol.
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04 Jan
Car journey 101 Kilometers - 1h 43m
Ronda
Malaga
04 Jan
9. Malaga
Stay
About the destination: Malaga, the birthplace of Picasso, exudes art from every brick. Considered one of the oldest cities in Spain and Europe, this cosmopolitan port is buoyantly modern yet it hangs on to its vast historic past. The palm-lined Paseo el Parque will take you below Alcazaba, a Moorish palace whose fortified walls enclose fragrant gardens and an archaeological museum. The lofty Gibralfaro Castle crowns a nearby hill, with outstanding views of the sprawling city below. Also worth a visit is the Picasso Museum that, aside from an impressive artistic patrimony, offers educational activities and cultural events. Málaga deserves a good night visit: do not miss a good walk along the harbour where traditional fried fish is washed down with cold beer at chiringuitos (beach bars) and enjoy the illuminated Alcazaba, which watches over the city from Mount Gibralfaro.
More info
05 Jan
Transport from Malaga to Milan
Return
Ryanair
Ryanair Ryanair - FR7394
15:50 - Malaga, Malaga (AGP)
18:25 - Milano, Malpensa (MXP)
2h 35m 0 PC Nonstop
Transport:  FR7394
Cabin Class: Economy
Fare Name: Value
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