Wednesday, November 4 - BARCELONA, SPAIN

Barcelona is a cosmopolitan masterpiece. With a history rich in art and architecture, medieval, Gothic, and modern influences can be seen all over the city. Start at the waterfront and stroll up the shady, tree-lined Las Ramblas boulevard and discover some of the city's best shopping and bustling cafes.

Thursday, November 5 - VALENCIA, SPAIN

Marvel at the stunning mix of innovative architecture and gothic beauty when you visit Valencia. this Spanish city is home to many avant-garde buildings, including the breathtaking City of Arts and Sciences cultural complex. Elsewhere, palaces and mansions constructed in the 15th century dot the cityscape, while The Silk exchange resembles a medieval fortress housing many mysterious carvings.

Friday, November 6 - CARTAGENA, SPAIN

The seat of ancient Carthage, this Spanish port city is steeped in over 2,000 years of history. Start at the naval Museum to learn more about the "City of Cultures", then set out to explore everything from Roman ruins right up to modern creations inspired by Gaudi.

Saturday, November 7 - MOTRIL (GRANADA), SPAIN

Renowned for its multicultural history, flamenco dancing and free tapas bars, Granada's glory is embodied in the magnificent Alhambra, a compound of palaces and gardens that is a masterpiece of Moorish style.

Sunday, November 8 - MALAGA, SPAIN

Malaga is like a beautiful work of art. And it's no wonder, considering it was the birthplace of Picasso. You'll find a museum commemorating his birth here, which is a must-visit destination for art fans. Elsewhere, be sure to spend some time in the city's Alcazaba, an 11th-century citadel that is home to three palaces, beautiful gardens, and opulent fountains.

Monday, November 9 - CADIZ, SPAIN

In Cadiz, cobblestone streets lead into cafe-filled squares, where you can sip while appreciating the Moorish architecture. Or visit Seville, where the locals are devoted to bullfighting, flamenco, and fiesta. The city also has a rich history evident in its old quarters and landmarks - an immense lavishly ornamented cathedral, and the Alcazar palace, exquisitely decorated in Moorish style.

Tuesday, November 10 - SEVILLE, SPAIN (OVERNIGHT)

Wednesday, November 11 - SEVILLE, SPAIN (OVERNIGHT)
Thursday, November 12 - SEVILLE, SPAIN

Did you know? Seville is credited with the invention of tapas. Join in with the locals as they graze from bar to bar, making an entire meal out of the experience. The city also has a rich history evident in its landmarks. The Alcazar, the main palace, is exquisitely decorated in Moorish style, with themed gardens laid out in terraces. All in all an abundance of riches for all those who come to call.

Friday, November 13 - LISBON, PORTUGAL (OVERNIGHT)

Saturday, November 14 - LISBON, PORTUGAL

One of the oldest cities in the world, Lisbon is rich in architecture and crisscrossed by monument-studded grand boulevards. Must-sees include the church of Igreja de Sao Vicente de Fora, which dates back to the 12th century; Musee Calouste Gulbenkian, one of Europe's leading fine arts museums; and Torre de Belem, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the most famous monuments in Portugal.