Spain has been called a miniature continent. Its diverse landscapes consist of sweeping plains, expansive beaches, rugged mountains, lush forests and coastlines accented by steep cliffs. Spain's inhabitants, just as varied in the customs and language, display a strong regional pride and solidarity. Christopher Columbus' departure to the New World launched the 200 year Age of Discovery, which produced the art of Diego Velaquez and El Greece in adition to the literary masterpieces of Miguel de Cervantes and Lope de Vega. Just as Spain's influence touched the New World, the country continues to enrich visitors in modern times. Romantuc Seville was the site for Expo '92 the largest and last World's Fair of the century. The Mediterranean port of Barcelona, a stylish city with an air of sophistication, was selected as the setting for the 1992 Summer Olympic Games.
5,7, or 9+ day excursions which can include tours of Barcelona, Granada, Madrid, Seville, Valencia and the grand countryside.