Reception of passengers at the Parador Nacional de Malaga Castillo de Gibralfaro at 10:00 hrs. Afterwards, we will visit the city of Malaga and its Alcazaba, a palatial fortification from the Muslim period. Lunch at the Parador of Malaga Gibralfaro. In the afternoon, we will arrive in Granada by bus, where the Al Ándalus Train and its crew will be waiting for us, ready to start its traditional Andalusian Route. Welcome and accommodation in our room on board the train. Dinner and overnight in Granada.
Malaga is a port city located in the south of Spain and belongs to the "Costa del Sol" famous for its yellow sandy beaches. On two hills rise the citadels of the city: the Alcazaba and the castle Gibralfaro. Historical city with important monuments, such as the Cathedral with a baroque façade and 2 towers, one of them unfinished, so it is also known as "La Manquita". Read more
After our first breakfast on board, we will approach the most visited monument in Spain "The Alhambra" in Granada, a rich palace complex built by the Nasrid rulers of the Kingdom of Granada (The visiting hours of the Alhambra may vary depending on the number of people in the group, languages and the authorizations of those responsible for the palace complex). Lunch. In the afternoon, we will continue with the visit of the city of Granada, located at the foot of the Sierra Nevada, where we can admire the impressive Andalusian legacy and the architectural jewels of the Renaissance. Dinner on board while the Al Andalus Train arrives in Linares-Baeza. Overnight in Linares-Baeza.
It is known worldwide for its monumental complex of the Alhambra and the Albaicín neighborhood, both World Heritage Sites. Granada is a city with many arguments to be visited. Its many monuments, in which the Renaissance Palace of Charles V and the Cathedral with its Royal Chapel are some of the important places to take into account and that make Granada an unforgettable place. Read more
After breakfast on board, visit of Ubeda and Baeza, both cities declared World Heritage Sites by UNESCO, where beautiful Renaissance buildings stand out. While enjoying our lunch on board, the train will arrive in Cordoba. Visit the former capital of the Emirate and the medieval Caliphate of Al-Andalus, a time when it became the largest, most cultured and opulent city in Western Europe, with a monumental historic center declared a World Heritage Site and full of charming streets, flower-filled courtyards, typical squares... Dinner and overnight in Cordoba.
Ubeda/Baeza, Jaen, Andalusia
The cities of Ubeda and Baeza in the province of Jaen are World Heritage Cities since 2003, both very close, sharing a common history with Arab influence and the period of the Reconquest. And they have splendid monumental ensembles composed of palaces and Renaissance churches of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. They are a unique example of the introduction of Renaissance canons in Spain, which you can see by walking through its streets full of churches, palaces and stately homes. Read more
Located on the banks of the Guadalquivir, it is well known for its Fiesta de los Patios and its caliphal city of Medina Azahara, declared a World Heritage Site. Cordoba is a place whose beauty is reflected in its valuable monuments such as Medina Azahara, the Calleja de las Flores, a picturesque place in the Barrio de la Juderia and others. Its varied gastronomy offers typical dishes such as salmorejo and flamenquín cordobés. Read more
After breakfast on board, we will visit the Mosque-Cathedral of Cordoba and continue with the Al Andalus Train to Ronda. Lunch on board. In the afternoon, visit of Ronda, with its breathtaking location, set on a plateau cut by the deep Tajo de Ronda, through which flows the Guadalevín river. Dinner in a restaurant and overnight in Ronda.
Ronda is a city that in addition to its geographical location on a cliff 700 meters above sea level, is known for its excellent wine. One of the most impressive monuments that can be visited are the Palace of Mondragón, with its beautiful gardens, the Palace of the Moorish King and its Arab walls. You can taste its typical dishes such as rabbit "a la rondeña" and "cochifrito de borrego". Read more
While having breakfast on board, the Al Andalus Train will arrive in Jerez, where we will visit a sherry wine cellar and enjoy the show "How the Andalusian Horses Dance", a famous equestrian ballet with Spanish music. Lunch in Sanlucar de Barrameda and free time. Dinner and overnight on board the train. Night in Jerez.
Jerez has a rich cultural and historical legacy, which is worth visiting and among which highlights its beautiful Almohad style Alcazar, its Islamic mosque and its famous monastery of Santo Domingo. A city with impressive horse shows of the Royal Andalusian School of Equestrian Art and also its flamenco music festival. It is a land of world-renowned wine varieties, which can be tasted in any winery. Read more
After breakfast, our bus will take us to Cadiz, popularly known as the "Tacita de Plata" and considered the oldest city in the West. Visit of the city, free time and lunch in Cadiz. Dinner and overnight in Jerez.
Cadiz is a strategic city with a great heritage where you can enjoy visits to its historic center with its Cathedral of baroque and neoclassical style, the Tower of Tavira, the Genoese Park, the Castle of Santa Catalina and others. Its carnival and Holy Week are its most important festivals. Land of Paco de Lucía and Camarón de la Isla, it fascinates its visitors with its flamenco music. Read more
While having breakfast on board the train we will arrive in Seville where we will say goodbye to the crew of the Al Andalus Train. Visit the city of Seville, a city of incomparable beauty and great historical, cultural and artistic wealth, with the largest historic center in Spain. UNESCO World Heritage City, of great artistic wealth and beautiful gardens. Lunch at the Hotel Alfonso XIII where we will finish our trip around 17:00 hrs.
It is a city of incomparable beauty and great historical, cultural and artistic wealth. With a mild climate that favors tourism throughout the year. It attracts thousands of people for its magnificent monuments, such as the Cathedral, the Alcazar, the Giralda, the Plaza de España and others, in addition to enjoying its colorful and joyful April Fair in which its streets are adorned in all their splendor. Visiting it is a wise decision. Read more
Departure dates 2023
|1, 15, 29;||12, 26;|
Rates per person season 2023
|Cabin||7 days / 6 nights|
|Suite Deluxe||5.600 €|
|Individual Supplement Suite Deluxe||4.200 €|
|Grand Class Room||4.700 €|
|Individual Supplement Grand Class Room||3.300 €|
SPECIAL DISCOUNT 20% (Last places 2023) Limited places (not applied)
Departure dates 2024
|7, 21;||5, 19;||2, 23;||8, 22;||6, 20;||3;|
Rates per person season 2024
|Cabin||7 days / 6 nights|
|Suite Deluxe||6.700 €|
|Individual Supplement Suite Deluxe||5.000 €|
|Grand Class Room||5.600 €|
|Individual Supplement Grand Class Room||3.900 €|
Note: The rates indicated are per person in double accommodation. In all cases, rates must be confirmed when making the reservation, as they may suffer some variation from RENFE. We recommend hiring assistance and cancellation insurance. Limited places.
ACCOMMODATIONOn board the train in GRand Class / Deluxe Suite
FULL BOARD IN TRAINDinners and meals on board the train
TRIPS AND VISITSTrips and guided visits
Train “Al Andalus” Grand Class Room include:
Deluxe Suite also include:
In 2024 include:
All reservations are governed by the RENFE / Passengers General Terms and Conditions for Luxury Trains.
Other services available on behalf of the client:
Laundry service. Bar service.
Al Andalus Suites Measures:
Grand Class Room: 8 m2 - 1 bed of 0.80 wide x 1.90 long + 1 bed of 0.70 wide x 1.80 long.
Deluxe Suite: 10 m2 - double bed of 1,50 x 1,90.
Triple: additional bed "at floor level" 0.70 wide x 1.80 long additional bed "at floor level" 0.70 wide x 1.80 long additional bed "at floor level" 0.70 wide x 1.80 long.