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It is not necessary to be a student to participate in our trips and activities.
Tourists, internships, nationals, exchange, Erasmus, etc: Everyone is welcome!
Important information: In recent years, some so-called “travel agencies” have been copying our trips and activities, obviously they are the bad copy, even with the same prices and same days, with the sole purpose of confusing, deceiving and taking advantage of our good work. Before buying your place, check well that it is with “International VIP Valencia”.
Don’t let yourself be cheated or cheated!
Surestour Mayorista de Viajes
Welcome to the North!
We’re going to visit the main cities in the North of Spain.
From 26th to 28th July, 2018: 3 days and 2 nights
We travel after the final exams!!!
A trip on a private coach with local guides that will teach us about the main cities and their monuments and tell us a bit about their history.
We’ll spend three incredible days travelling and you’ll have the opportunity to make lots of new friends.
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First day: San Sebastián – Guided tour – Free time – Party
We’ll travel through the night to get to San Sebastián in the morning.
We’ll visit the city with a official guide where we’ll see the monuments and wander through the streets in the city center. Furthermore we’ll have lots of free time after the guide to spend some time on the famous Concha beach and see the incredible views of the Santa Clara Island and in the evening we’ll have tapas and party!!!
San Sebastián is the biggest city and the administrative centre of the Guipuzoca province and in Basque it’s called Donostia. The city was founded in the XII century and for a long time it was a small fishing village near the port that handled the wine and oil trade with France and England.
It’s called the ‘Pearl of the Cantabrica coast’ and gained its fame as one of the most elegant and luxurious resorts in Spain. Its heyday came in the First World War in which Spain did not participate. During this period, San Sebastien became the most fashionable place for holidays during the reign of Alfonso XII and Franco.
You cannot talk about the city without mentioning the coast because it’s completely unforgettable! San Sebastien is located in a beautiful bay surrounded bt mountains on both sides. On one side is the La Mota Castle where there is a statue of Jesus Christ, and on the other side of the park there is a cable car and a walk, and the views are stunning.
If you want to have more information about San Sebastian and things you can do in your free time, we recommend you visit this page: https://www.euskoguide.com/places-basque-country/spain/san-sebastian-tourism/
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Second day: Bilbao – Guided tour – Free time – Party
We’ll leave San Sebastián in the morning and head to Bilbao. We’ll have a guided tour of the city where we’ll visit the old town and have time to eat the famous Basque food. We’ll spend the night in Bilbao and we’ll have time to go for dinner in the old town and go out and party!
Bilbao, is the administrative centre of the vizcaya province and is the biggest city in the Basque country. The city is situated along the banks of the river Nervion with its unique tides. This place used to be a fishing village. The founding date of the city was the 15th July 1300. In 1511 Queen Juana de Castilla ordered the creation of the Consulate of Bilbao which determined the fate of the city as the most important port of routed in northern Spain in the subsequent centuries.
The city is very green and there are lots of beautiful parks and gardens. The walk along the banks of the river is lovely. In the city there are loads of old and modern attractions. The old city is found on the right bank of the river. In the central part of the old city you will find the Basilica of St James built in the 15th Century, and the seven oldest streets of the city. In this area you’ll also find the Dona Casilda Iturrisa park. The most important milestone is the Guggenheim Museum. The architecture of the building is very unique and was designed by one of the most famous contemporary achitects. Its looks like a huge bird, looking skyward. The museum treasures a large number of various works of art from the twentieth century.
An interesting attraction for visitors is the glass bridge which crosses over the river to the Guggenheim museum. The main attractions of the city include the old church of St Nicholas of Bari, the Cathedral of Santiago built in the fourteenth century, the Basilica Cathedral of Santiago and the Church of San Antonio. In the old town there are beautiful old mansions in the Negura area. And of course it’s interesting to visit one of the largest markets in Europe, the modernist Mercado de la Ribiera. The people here are very hospitable and cheerful. Visitors can admire not onlt the history but the modernity, architecturally interesting buildings, beautiful museums and the famous local cuisine.
Interesting fact: The Bilbao football team has always played and still plays in the premier league and has never dropped down to the second. Also only Basque players are on the team.
If you want to have more information about Bilbao and the things you can do in your free time, we recommend you visit this page: https://www.euskoguide.com/places-basque-country/spain/bilbao-tourism/
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Third day: Vitoria – Guided tour – Free time – Way back to Valencia
We will leave Bilbao in the morning and head to Vitoria.
We’ll visit the city with a official guide, eat here and we will have the afternoon free before continuing our return to Valencia, where we will arrive before midnight.
Vitoria, is the most modest of the Vascas cities. It does not have an elegant beach like San Sebastian or a Guggenheim museum like Bilbao and, for that reason, it is often overlooked, but, Vitoria offers visitors many of the same things as the other Vascas cities and also many others that just you will find here.
A good example is the medieval center of Vitoria. Many buildings date back to the 15th century and even earlier and are very well preserved. The old town has an almond shape and is partially surrounded by an 11th century wall as well as multiple impressive watchtowers.
The old town is home to several palaces as well. Bendaña and Escoriaza-Esquivel Palaces are two excellent examples of renaissance architecture that should not be missed. Bendaña Palace holds a museum dedicated to playing cards. It is a rather peculiar subject for a museum, but is none the less interesting. Outside of the old town there are a few “newer” palaces that are also worth a mention, such as the Palacio de Augustin-Zulueta, which now houses the Museo de Bellas Artes (Museum of Fine Art). Located directly across the way, is the Ajuria Enea Palace where the Lehendakari (President of the Spanish Basque Country) resides. This building is off limits to visitors, but you can still catch a glimpse of it from the outside.
If you want to have more information about Vitoria and the things you can do in your free time, we recommend you visit this page: https://www.euskoguide.com/places-basque-country/spain/vitoria-tourism/
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Time and place of depart:
Friday 26/07/19 at 01:00h (Thursday night)
International VIP Valencia Office: C/ Actriz Encarna Mañez #3
*Google Maps: https://her.is/2oS18qg
Time and place of return:
Sunday 28/11/18 approximately at 23:55h
International VIP Valencia Office: C/ Actriz Encarna Mañez #3
The return schedule may be subject to possible variations dependent on external factors such as traffic on highways, shipping, etc…
√ Private bus from Valencia to San Sebastián.
√ 1 night accommodation in San Sebastián withbreakfast included.
√ Guided tour of the city of San Sebastián.
√ Free time in San Sebastián.
√ Party time in San Sebastián..
√ Private bus from San Sebastián to Bilbao.
√ 1 night accommodation in Bilbao withbreakfast included.
√ Guided tour of the city of Bilbao.
√ Free time in Bilbao.
√ Party time in Bilbao.
√ Private bus from Bilbao to Vitoria.
√ Guided tour of the city of Vitoria.
√ Free time in Vitoria.
√ Private bus from Vitoria. to Valencia.
√ International VIP coordination
√ Travel Insurance
★Group price 5 people: 150€ for each one★
★Group price 3 people: 155€ for each one★
★ Individual price: 159€★
Group prices are only applied in the office. Only cash.
International VIP Valencia, gives you the opportunity to book your trip for only 50€ until Friday June 28, 2019. After you can pay the rest of the trip, the important thing is the first payment of 50€ to confirm your place!
:::: POINT OF SALE ::::
International VIP Valencia office
C/ Actriz Encarna Mañez #3 (Plaza del Cedro)
WhatsApp info: +34 633 651 124
*Google Maps: https://her.is/2oS18qg
Monday, Tuesday: Closed
Wednesday: from 18:00h to 22:00h
Thursday: from 18:00h to 22:00h
Friday: from 18:00h to 22:00h
Saturday: from 18:00 to 20:00h (Special schedule, confirm opening by WhatsApp)
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(⇊ click on the image of the excursion ⇊ )
Before boarding the bus you can show the payment receipt in the phone.
You can pay by credit card, debit card and PayPal.
If you are buying more than 1 place, do not forget to send personal information (full name, email and whatsapp number) in Additional information before finalizing the online purchase.
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