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Andalusia: 3 Day Itinerary

Rich in history, with a varied culture, and with breathtaking scenery, is Andalusia. The Alhambra and the Mezquita are two examples of the elaborate Moorish architecture found in the cities of Sevilla, Granada, and Córdoba. A fascinating fusion of modernity and customs is offered by our opulent three-day itinerary of Andalusia.


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Luxe Andalusia Absolute Musts

Real Alcazar - a magnificent example of Moorish architecture and gardens is the old royal palace in Sevilla.

Alhambra - Granada medieval palace complex with magnificent Islamic architecture and lush surroundings.

Ronda - a charming village well-known for its striking location above a large gorge with recognizable bridge.

Luxe Andalusia Itinerary & Map 

Navigate your way through Andalusia with our recommended itinerary and map. View Google Maps with color-coded areas in interactive mode and access our scheduled list of spots.

Map Key

Daily Plan Summary


Nobu Hotel

Day 1




Plaza de España


Setas de Sevilla




Royal Alcázar of Seville


Restaurante Casa Ozama


Seda Club Hotel

Day 2


Mezquita de Córdoba


Museo Anahuacalli & Museo Frida Kahlo


Atelier Casa de Comidas


Puesto 43 | Restaurante

puesto 43 seafood

Day 3





Ronda Vista

Andalusia Day 1: Sevilla

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Plaza de España

After landing in Barajas, travel the approximately 530-kilometer scenic train from Madrid to Sevilla. Savor the beauty of Andalusia's landscapes on the convenient and pleasant trip, which takes around 2.5 hours on average.

In the historic core of the city, close to Plaza San Francisco, sits the brand-new Nobu Hotel Sevilla. Its 25 tasteful, peaceful rooms, enticing terrace for sundowners, and wonderful onsite restaurant serving Nobu classics and smaller snacks are all influenced by local artisans and Japanese minimalism.

Sevilla's magnificent Plaza de España is home to exquisite tile work depicting many national regions together with stunning architecture. Constructed for the 1929 Ibero-American Exposition, the semi-circular building with its bridges and fountains encircling a canal is a must-see destination that provides a window into Spain's cultural legacy. Star Wars aficionados will recognise this famous meca right away.

One of Sevilla, Spain's most famous wooden buildings is Setas de Sevilla, sometimes called Metropol Parasol. Six mushroom-shaped parasols make up this modern architectural wonder, which provides breath-taking city vistas. Within, guests may take an elevator to the top for breath-taking views, see an archeological site, and peruse a busy market.

Mediterranean and Middle Eastern flavours are combined in the enchanted dining experience at Petra Restaurant in Sevilla. Delicious food influenced by classic recipes are served in a warm atmosphere with attentive service. Savory mezze platters and aromatic tagines are only two of the delicious culinary adventures Petra offers that perfectly encapsulate both cultures. Try the Spanish omelette, Luxe advises!

A fascinating architectural wonder reflecting centuries of Moorish and Mudejar influence is Sevilla's Real Alcazar, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Beautiful courtyards, elaborate tilework, and magnificent plants abound in this old palace compound. Originally a fortification, it is today a lavish home for Spanish nobility and a must-see site that highlights Andalusia's rich cultural legacy.

Offering a remarkable dining experience in a 1912 modernist villa is Casa Ozama. The romantic environment with modern furniture and floral designs produces a special atmosphere. A selection of meat, seafood, rice and tapas are available, with specialties like the white shrimp cocktail and tuna taco. The charming terrace is the main attraction for drinks and al fresco eating. An essential place for both residents and visitors looking for a fun evening in Seville.

Andalusia Day 2: Córdoba + Grenada

Atelier Casa de Comidas
Atelier Casa de Comidas

Enchanting Andalusia is a fantastic place to drive through in Spain. Along the way to the amazing cliffs of Ronda, take in gorgeous scenery and charming villages while seeing historic sites like the Mezquita in Cordoba and the Alhambra in Granada. Convenient rental options are provided by Avis at the rail station.

Known by another name, the Mosque-Cathedral, the Mezquita de Córdoba is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. A stunning example of Moorish architecture, it combines aspects of Christianity and Islam. An amazing and historically important cultural relic, its famous forest of red-and-white striped columns and magnificent horseshoe arches.

Drive to Grenada

Driving from Cordoba to Granada takes you through some of the most stunning scenery in Andalusia. Before arriving at the enthralling city of Granada, which is home to the iconic Alhambra, visitors can take in the stunning countryside and little towns.

There's more room and a friendly vibe at Atelier Casa de Comidas. With a visible open-view kitchen, Chef Raël Sierra's modern food expertly combines Andalusian flavors with cutting-edge methods and careful presentation. Their seasonal tasting menu and à la carte menu feature both traditional and creative fare.

Seda Club Hotel in Granada takes its cues from the history and Moorish architecture of the city to create an exclusive, cozy, and irreverent atmosphere. Entering via a secret library, the 21 boutique rooms offer opulent décor with wood highlights, marble, bronze, velvet, and residential-style furniture throughout the restaurant, bar, and lobby.

In the center of this city rises the magnificent Catedral de Granada, a work of Spanish Renaissance architecture. Rich carvings adorn its magnificent façade, and inside are magnificent churches, elaborate altars, and magnificent artwork. The church is an Andalusia must-see monument because of its fascinating architecture and historical relevance.

Since 1913, Puesto 43, an award-winning restaurant, has carried on the Andalucían seafood heritage. Well-known for its decadent seafood platters, it provides filling fare at reasonable costs. Or, enjoy the delicious tapas or raciones—gambas fritas, bacalao, and fish croquetas—served outside on checkered tables.

Andalusia Day 3: Grenada + Ronda

Ronda, Andalusia

One magnificent mediaeval stronghold and palace complex is the Alhambra. Rich courtyards, magnificent gardens, and elaborate Islamic architecture abound at this UNESCO World Heritage Site. Immense tile mosaics and elaborate stucco work are features of the Nasrid Palaces. A calm haven are the Generalife gardens. A must-see, the Alhambra protects Andalusia's rich cultural and historical legacy.

About two hours from Grenada, in a stunning location atop a steep gorge, lies the charming village of Ronda. Offering breath-taking vistas, the famous Puente Nuevo bridge crosses the El Tajo canyon. Ronda's old bullring, Moorish buildings, and charming white-washed homes all bear witness to its historic appeal. Popular with visitors are the town's breathtaking scenery and romantic atmosphere.

Luxe Andalusia Extensions

Southeast Spain's Valencia is a thriving metropolis well-known for its sandy beaches, contemporary architecture, and rich past. Among its main draws are the Turia River Gardens, the City of Arts and Sciences, and the old Old Town. Paella is served, vibrant festivals are held, and the Mediterranean vibe is absorbed by visitors.

Morocco's enthralling city of Marrakech charms tourists with its exotic atmosphere and historic appeal. Bright souks, old palaces like Bahia and El Badi, and the famous Koutoubia Mosque are all features of the busy medina. Rich gardens at Jardin Majorelle provide a haven, and colorful merchants, snake charmers, and musicians abound in Jemaa el-Fnaa square.

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