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Journey through Andalousian history


Andalusia is a region of hills, agricultural plains, rivers, and streams along the southern coast of Spain. It is rich in history and has been influenced by many cultures.

The Alhambra, located in Granada, is an impressive palace that illustrates the Arab influence between the 8th and 15th centuries. It was built by

Alhambra sunset in Granada of Spain

Things to do and see - Journey through Andalousian history

Wander the little streets of a historic old town and enter the Great Mosque
Cordoba
 
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Take a guided tour of the Alhambra and discover its history
Granada
 
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Discover the royal palace renowned for its Mudejar architecture
Seville
 
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Gain insights into Andalusia's Moorish heritage in a medieval fortress
Malaga
 
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Explore the archaeological site of an ancient Moorish fortified city
Medina Azahara
 
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See Moorish architecture and a historic bridge over a gorge
Ronda
 
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Sample cherry wines and visit a Moorish fortress from the 11th century
Jerez de la Frontera
 
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Experience one of Europe's oldest cities
Cadiz
 
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Climb to an imposing Moorish fortress with views overlooking the city
Almería
 
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Check two emblematic heritage cities with Renaissance architecture
Baeza and Úbeda
 
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Events - Journey through Andalousian history

February
Carnaval de Cadiz
Carnaval de Cádiz, a vibrant and lively carnival celebrated in the city of Cádiz, Spain, is a joyous expression of music, dance, and satire. With colorful costumes, street parades, and lively performances, this carnival brings the community together to celebrate their cultural heritage and indulge in a festive atmosphere filled with laughter and revelry.
Cadiz, Spain


April
Semana Santa
Semana Santa, also known as Holy Week, is a solemn and religious observance celebrated in various countries, particularly in Spain and Latin America. During this week leading up to Easter, elaborate processions, religious rituals, and events are held to commemorate the Passion, Death, and Resurrection of Jesus Christ. Participants wear traditional attire, and intricate floats carrying religious figures are paraded through the streets, creating a profound and emotional atmosphere that reflects the deeply rooted religious traditions and cultural significance of this sacred week.
Seville, Spain


May
Festival de Jerez
Festival de Jerez, a renowned flamenco event held in the city of Jerez de la Frontera, Spain, is a celebration of the passionate and soulful art form of flamenco. With captivating performances by flamenco artists, dance workshops, and interactive experiences, this festival immerses attendees in the authentic and emotive world of flamenco, paying tribute to the rich cultural heritage of Andalusia.
Jerez de la Frontera, Spain


July
Moors and Christians Festiva
The Moors and Christians Festival, a vibrant and historical celebration, commemorates the Christian reconquest of Spain from the Moors during the Middle Ages. With elaborate parades, colorful costumes, and reenactments of historic battles, this festival showcases the fusion of cultures and highlights the rich history and traditions of the region. The event fosters a spirit of unity and respect, celebrating the cultural heritage and diversity that has shaped Spain's unique identity.
Granada, Spain



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