3 day Spanish siesta from pounds 179

The Independent and Independent on Sunday are giving you the opportunity to enjoy a three day Spanish holiday with huge savings from the brochure listed price. Spend three nights in either Barcelona or Madrid from as little as pounds 179. Both cities are rich in culture and beautiful architecture, where a multitude of sightseeing opportunities are available along with fabulous shopping and restaurants.

The price includes return scheduled flights with British Airways, 3 nights hotel accommodation sharing a twin /double room on bed and breakfast basis at your selected hotel and a complimentary Berlitz guide book. Extra nights are available on request. Excludes transfers, price available on request.

How to book

Phone Partners in Travel on 01707 222444 quoting The Independent/Spansh cities offer promotion. Please have ready your 1st and 2nd choice of departure dates and hotel accommodation and your preferred departure airport. Full payment for this promotional offer is required at time of booking and can be made by Switch, Delta, Connect, Access or Visa. Travel insurance is available at a cost of pounds 17.16pp. All bookings will be verified by confirmation receipt within 3 working days. Your tour operator invoice will follow approximately 7 days later. A binding contract between you and Partners in Travel will come into existence when you have verbally confirmed your payment details to Partners In Travel

A tale of two cities


Renowned as Europe's most exciting city, Barcelona is a stylish, architecturally stunning , cosmopolitan city that is the capital of Catalonia and a supurb destination for a short break. Since the 1992 Olympic Games, Barcelona has undergone a huge transformation and is a delight to wander round and explore. The wonderful Modernist architecture of Gaudi and others make every street a visual treat and in addition, there are many more places to visit than you will find in any other second city.


The capital and geographical heart of Spain, Madrid is a lively, booming city that is ideal for a short break. Apart from the excellent shopping and night life, Madrid's main attraction is its outstanding art galleries. These include the Prado, the Reina Sofia, together they make one of the finest collections in the world. The beautiful medieval cities of Toledo, Avila and Segovia are all within 90 minutes of Madrid.



- departures from Heathrow, Gatwick, Birmingham

HH Hotel Adagio from 199pp

Well located for sightseeing, situated in a quiet street in the heart of the Gothic Quarter.

HHH Hotel Gaudi from pounds 209pp

Overlooking the impressive Guell Palace, in prime location just 50 metres from Las Rambles and Barcelona's tempting shops, bars and restaurants.

HHHH Hotel Almirante from pounds 219pp

Enjoying a prime city location, the Almirante is well placed for many of Barcelona's main sights and a short walk from the magnificent Cathedral and port. pounds 7 supp pppn for Mon - Thu


- departures from Heathrow, Gatwick, Manchester and Glasgow

HHH Hotel Regina from pounds 179pp

Boasting an excellent position, the Regina is within easy walking distance of the main museums and only 100 metres from the lively Puerta del Sol.

HHHH Hotel Riena Victoria from pounds 229pp

Built at the turn of the century and situated in the heart of Old Madrid in the Plaza Sant'Ana, the Riena Victoria is very conveniently placed for the Prado museum and the main shopping area and close to many of Madrid's best restaurants. pounds 2 supp pppn for Mon - Thu arrivals

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