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Córdoba

Córdoba is home to one of the world's greatest Islamic buildings, the Mezquita. It is a symbol of the worldly, sophisticated culture that flourished here more than a millennium ago when Córdoba was capital of Islamic Spain and western Europe's most cultured city. Córdoba's real charms unfold as you explore the winding, stone-paved lanes of the medieval city emerging every few minutes on yet another quaint little hidden plaza.

Barcelona

Located on the northeastern Mediterranean coast is Spain’s second largest city. Walk through the center of the city and visit the many museums, art galleries and monuments, and enjoy the never-ending selection of fine restaurants, bars and activities. The beaches, the city was built upon, provide sun and relaxation during the long periods of agreeably warm weather. Barcelona is home to one of Europe’s best football clubs, FC Barcelona.

Granada

Granada in the southern Andalucia province, draws many visitors with the allure of the Alhambra. Granada is a compelling city where serene Islamic architecture and Arab-flavored street life go hand in hand with monumental churches, old-school tapas bars and counterculture graffiti art.

Málaga

Located on the Mediterranean Gold Coast is a dynamic city loaded with history. The city that gave the world Picasso has evolved in spectacular fashion in the last decade, brimming with art galleries in the nascent Soho art district. Malaga also has radically transformed its port area into a thriving destination.

San Lorenzo de El Escorial

Is an imposing palace and monastery complex, rising up from the foothills of the mountains that shelter Madrid from the north and west. El Escorial was the historical residence for Spanish monarchy.

Segovia

Is a historic city northwest of Madrid in central Spain. Its centuries of settlement have resulted in a rich architectural legacy. In Segovia you’ll find medieval walls, Romanesque churches, a former royal palace and a Gothic cathedral. Its iconic ancient Roman aqueduct stands above Plaza Azoguejo in the heart of the city. The aqueduct has more than 160 arches, the majority of which remain in the original mortarless granite.

Sevilla

Sevilla disarms and seduces. Its historic center, lorded over by a colossal Gothic cathedral, is an intoxicating mix of resplendent Mudéjar palaces, baroque churches and winding medieval lanes. Flamenco clubs keep the intimacy and intensity of the city going, while aristocratic mansions recall the city’s past as a 16th-century metropolis rich on the back of New World trade

Toledo

Toledo looms large in the nation's history and consciousness as a religious center, bulwark of the Spanish church, and once-flourishing symbol of a multicultural medieval society. The old town today is a treasure chest of churches, museums, synagogues and mosques. Set high above the Río Tajo, Toledo is known for its labyrinth of narrow streets, plazas and inner patios.

Voyager Europe

Amsterdam

Amsterdam is the capital of The Netherlands and one of the top financial centers in Europe. The city is also the cultural capital of the Netherlands. Amsterdam’s main attractions include its historic canals, the Rijksmuseum, Anne Frank House, and the Van Gogh Museum.

Barcelona

Barcelona, located on the northeastern Mediterranean coast is Spain’s second largest city. Walk through the center of the city and visit the many museums, art galleries and monuments, and enjoy the never-ending selection of fine restaurants, bars and activities. The beaches, the city was built upon, provide sun and relaxation during the long periods of agreeably warm weather. Barcelona is home to one of Europe’s best football clubs, FC Barcelona.

Bologna

Bologna is the lively, historic capital of the Emilia-Romagna region, in northern Italy. Its Piazza Maggiore is a sprawling plaza lined with arched colonnades, cafes and medieval and Renaissance structures such as City Hall, the Fountain of Neptune and the Basilica di San Petronio. Among the city’s many medieval towers are the Two Towers, leaning Asinelli and Garisenda.

Brussels

The capital and largest city of Belgium. It is the de facto capital of the European Union (EU) and headquarters for NATO. Brussels has gained a reputation as one of Europe's must-see destinations, with its small-town charm, and trendy bars and restaurants. Brussels is also known for art and design.

Florence

Florence, romantic, enchanting and utterly irresistible is the capital city of the Italian region of Tuscany. Florence was the center of medieval European trade and finance and one of the wealthiest cities of that era. The Cradle of the Renaissance, Florence is home to many masterpieces of Renaissance art and architecture.

The Hague

The Hague, the Netherlands' third-largest city is a stately, regal place anchored by the presence of the world-renowned Mauritshuis museum. Its culinary scene is driven by contemporary restaurants and the party precinct of Grote Markt and the much-loved Paard live-music venue are essential stops for every visitor. It’s easy to explore on foot or by tram.

Madrid

Madrid, the capital and largest city in Spain, is Voyager Study Abroad’s home-away-from-home. Located on the Manzanares River in the center of the country, Madrid is the seat of government and the residence of the Spanish monarch. Madrid’s influence in politics, economics, education, entertainment, environment, media, fashion, science, culture, and the arts contribute to its status as one of the world's major global cities. Madrid boasts some of the liveliest nightlife in the world.

Milan

Milan, a metropolis in Italy's northern Lombardy region, is a global capital of fashion and design. Home to the national stock exchange, it’s a financial hub also known for its high-end restaurants and shops. The Gothic Duomo di Milano cathedral and the Santa Maria delle Grazie convent, housing Leonardo da Vinci’s mural “The Last Supper,” testify to centuries of art and culture.

Paris

Paris, also known as the City of Lights, is the cosmopolitan capital of France. Located in the north of the country on the river Seine, Paris is one the most beautiful and romantic of all cities, brimming with historic associations and remaining vastly influential in the realms of culture, art, fashion, food and design. Paris is the most popular tourist destination in the world.

Rome

Rome, Italy’s capital, is a sprawling, cosmopolitan city with nearly 3,000 years of globally influential art, architecture and culture on display. Ancient ruins such as the Roman Forum and the Colosseum evoke the power of the former Roman Empire.

Segovia

A historic city northwest of Madrid in central Spain. Its centuries of settlement have resulted in a rich architectural legacy. In Segovia you’ll find medieval walls, Romanesque churches, a former royal palace and a Gothic cathedral. Its iconic ancient Roman aqueduct stands above Plaza Azoguejo in the heart of the city. The aqueduct has more than 160 arches, the majority of which remain in the original mortarless granite.

Toledo

Toledo looms large in the nation's history and consciousness as a religious center, bulwark of the Spanish church, and once-flourishing symbol of a multicultural medieval society. The old town today is a treasure chest of churches, museums, synagogues and mosques. Set high above the Río Tajo, Toledo is known for its labyrinth of narrow streets, plazas and inner patios.

Vatican City

Vatican City is a country located within the city of Rome and is the smallest state in the world by both area and population. Since 1377, the leaders of the Catholic Church have generally resided at the Apostolic Palace within Vatican City. Vatican City is home to religious and cultural sites such as St. Peter's Basilica, the Sistine Chapel and the Vatican Museums, featuring some of the world's most famous paintings and sculptures.

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