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Spain, Portugal, Morocco: three dream destinations, one value-laden adventure


Three weeks, two continents, three spectacular countries – Inspiring Vacations’ newly refreshed 20 Day Spain, Portugal and Morocco is one of its most popular tours for good reason. 


Mysterious, beautiful Morocco has never been within easier reach. The allure and excitement of this North African jewel is a bucket list trip in itself. But when it’s a stone’s throw from Spain, it’s impossible to resist the lure of flamenco and fiesta. Add neighbouring Portugal, a gastronomic delight no longer under the tourist radar, and it’s a captivating, vibrant corner of the world.



There are the usual itinerary favourites, like Barcelona, Madrid, and Mediterranean gem València. Granada delivers famed sights like UNESCO-listed Alhambra, with enough free time to take in dreamy, sun-kissed Andalusia. An optional sunset tapas tour is the perfect Portuguese taster in Lisbon, with a mesmerising Fado performance.


Customers sail from Europe to Africa as they cross the Strait of Gibraltar by ferry to Morocco, a feast for the senses. They’ll step back in time in the capital, historic Rabat and journey through maze-like medinas, stop at charming villages like Ait Benhaddou and witness the vast beauty of the Sahara. In Marrakech, an optional traditional hammam bathhouse experience offers a taste of Moroccan daily life.



Inspiring Vacations is 100 per cent Australian owned and operated, offering culturally unique flight-inclusive travel packages to the world’s most exciting destinations, all at a value for money price. This tour is priced from $3,999 per person twin share. Now is a great time to book, as prices will increase as departures fill. 


Being an online company means customers can browse tours and shop at their own convenience – anytime, anywhere – all backed up with 24/7 customer support. Inspiring Vacations also work with travel agents across Australia and New Zealand.



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Published: 8 March 2020

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