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Discover with Iberian Voyager

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DISCOVER Spain, Portugal and Morocco with Topdeck's 21-day Iberian Voyager.

Topdeck is offering an earlybird deal from $2476* per person, a saving of $164, when booked by December 15.

Discover Barcelona including Sagrada Familia and Las Ramblas, the Old Quarter of Valencia and the amazing Alhambra palace in Granada before travelling to Morocco to explore exotic Tangier, Fes, Volubilis and Meknes.

The trip continues to Seville to take in a Flamenco show followed by Lisbon and Porto in Portugal before returning to Spain to visit the vibrant capital Madrid and the relaxed beachside city of San Sebastian.

The trip includesdaily breakfasts, 12 dinners, four nights hotel upgrade, 16 nights hostel accommodation, ferry crossings, coach transport, tours of all major cities, local guide in Fes and Volubilis, guided tour of the Alhambra, port tasting in Porto and trip leader.

For more information visit Topdeck Travel.

*Terms and conditions apply. Discounts apply to the basic trip price only and do not apply to the food fund, visitor's tax and port fees.

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