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The Florida Trust is Going to Spain in 2019!

The history of Florida is interwoven with that of Spain, which is why we are thrilled to announce that next year we will be taking a very special 11-day tour of Spain, exploring the architecture, people, stories, places and history that helped to create Florida.

Highlights of our trip:

  • Madrid - Explore Madrid's historic center, see the Puerta de Sol and Plaza Mayor, where events have taken place since the 17th century.

  • The Royal Palace of Madrid - The palace, inspired by sketches made by Bernini for the construction of the Louvre in Paris, served as home to the Kings of Spain from Charles III to Alfonso XIII.

  • Toledo - The "City of Three Cultures" is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and was the capital of medieval Spain until 1560. Tour includes a Gothic cathedral and a 13th-century synagogue, a testament to Toledo's Jewish heritage. The art of Spain: see El Greco's masterpiece, The Burial of Count Orgaz.

  • Cordoba - Take a walking tour of the Mezquita, the Mosque-Cathedral of Cordobaa and a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

  • Seville - Visit Columbus' tomb and the Giralda Bell Tower. See an authentic flamenco show.

  • Valencia - Take a walking tour of the historic city and see the ornate 14th-century Serranos Tower. Enjoy a special paella experience.

  • Barcelona - Explore one of Europe's most fascinating cities. Take in the Columbus Monument, Parc de Montjuic and La Sagrada Familia - designed by famous architect Antoni Gaudí, his most famous work in Barcelona and part of a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

We think this special trip will make a great Christmas present for someone special. Call us today to learn more and reserve your spot. Register early and save $340 per person.

Learn more, including a full itinerary, costs and details on the trip here.

Click here for the one-page flyer for the trip. Please give us a call if you have any questions. We look forward to planning a trip together!

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