“Barcelona is in the very distinct region of Catalonia. Here they speak another language and have a completely different culture and roots,” she tells us. “And then in The Basque Country, you have San Sebastian. The city is known as a food capital of Europe and probably of the world, but they also have another language. It belongs to Spain, but it is a completely different region.
“Then at the end of the tour we visit Madrid, which is the heart of Spain, the heart of Castilla. Guests are also able to visit Toledo and Segovia in this region, some of the oldest medieval cities and very important for Spanish history.”
With so much for guests to see, we asked Lola for some of her highlights.