ANDALUSIA THROUGH THE LENS
Capture amazing pictures of the must-see attractions on this 3-hour walking tour. Our photo walks are informative, fun, and a great learning experience. Charlie Mahoney, a professional photographer, will lead you on a photographic journey and provide inspiring photography tips that will help you see the way he does. He’ll show you some of the most interesting vantage points in the city where you can capture "la vida andaluza". Learn to approach your image making from a creative perspective with your camera or smartphone. Find the child's perspective in you and begin to master technical skills at your own pace. All ages and skill levels are welcome and you can work with a digital SLR or your smartphone. The photo walks are available in Malaga.
Advance reservations required. Request prices for other cities.
Day 1 (Afternoon)
Malaga rendezvous. Settle in to hotel. Afternoon orientation, walking tour of the Old City Center capping it off with some Spanish wine and tapas.
Day 2 Ronda
After breakfast we will depart for Ronda, arguable the most prized of the famous pueblos blancos or white villages of Andalusia. Situated overlooking the Tajo Gorge, this city has several historic bridges that afford excellent views of the Andalusian landscape. Visit of Ronda's Plaza de Toros and the Real Maestranza de Caballeria (Royal Horseriding School). At the end of the day we'll head to Sevilla.
Day 3 Seville
We will visit the wonderful Alcazar and the Catedral de Santa María de la Sede with its famous Giralda, which at the time of it's construction in the early 16th century was the largest cathedral in the world. In the afternoon, we will also visit the Plaza Mayor, the old Tobacco Factory, the Parque de Maria Luisa and end the afternoon focusing on the wonderful picturesque Plaza de España, which was built for the World's Fair in 1929.
Day 4 Seville
We will visit the Casa de los Pilatos, an Andalusian palace that is a mixture of Italian Renaissance and Spanish Mudejar architecture styles. Scenes from Lawrence of Arabia were filmed there in 1962. In the afternoon we will explore the narrow, winding streets of the Jewish quarter.
Transfer to Córdoba
Day 5 Cordoba
In the morning we will work on landscape photos of the Cathedral, the Roman Bridge and the Tower of Calahorra. Then we will visit the Mosque Cathedral, the can't miss jewel that is representative of the religious change that took place over Iberian peninsula's history. In the afternoon we will photograph the winding streets of the Juderia and old town. We’ll spend the night in Córdoba.
Day 6 Cordoba
Just after breakfast, we'll drive to Montefrío, stop for some panaromic photos of one of National Geographic's most famous vista points and then on to Granada. Check in your hotel, relax and get ready for roaming the steep, narrow streets of the Albaicin, the old moorish quarter, capping it off at a wonderful vista point of the Alhambra with the often snow capped Sierra Nevada mountains in the background.
Day 7 Granada
In the morning we will visit the Alhambra, the jewel of Al-Andalus. In the afternoon we will we will visit the Cathedral, the Royal Chapel which is where the remains of Queen Isabel and King Ferdinand are buried, plus visit the area of Bib-Rambla. Drive back to Málaga.
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