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The cheapest of the Imserso: 15 provincial capitals where to travel 4 days for €124

Date: April 24, 2024 Time: 08:22:49

The Social Tourism program of Imserso 2023/24 will be the first in which IMSERSO trips will reach the 52 provinces of Spain, since before there were only 18. In total, more than 80 destinations. The Ministry of Social Rights and the 2030 Agenda will incorporate new experiences with specific themes, such as literary and musical itineraries or theater festivals. In total, with these 10 new cultural circuits and 19 new nature routes, the offer increases by 70,000 places, almost reaching 900,000.

It must be remembered that in order to request these trips it is necessary to belong to IMSERSO. To do this, you must be a retired pensioner, a widow’s pensioner with fifty-five years of age or more, be a recipient of benefits or unemployment benefits, with 60 years of age. In addition, the beneficiaries may be accompanied by their spouse or, where appropriate, by a common-law partner or person with whom a stable and cohabiting union is established.

All Imserso travel rates

As every year, there are different types of trips, with different characteristics of days, destinations and prices. According to the costs indicated by the IMSERSO, the most expensive are destined for the Canary Islands. The 9-night trip costs 436 euros with transportation included, for 355 in the case of 7 nights. Without transport they are 180 and 145 euros less respectively.

Trips to the Balearic Islands have a cost of 331 or 268 euros, depending on whether there are 7 or 9 cars. In the case of not needing transport, the price is 253 or 210 euros, respectively.

The destinations with the most beds (443,887) are those on the Peninsular Coast, which include areas of Andalusia, Catalonia, the Valencian Community and Murcia. There are stays of 7 or 9 nights, and their cost is 290 or 229 euros respectively. Without transportation, they are barely 40 euros cheaper in both cases.

As for inland tourism, there are different options. The cultural circuits of 5 nights cost 293 euros. Nature tourism destinations for 4 nights cost 287 euros, the same as the option to visit the two autonomous cities, Ceuta and Melilla.

The cheapest trips, to 15 provincial capitals

The cheapest cost 124.70 euros for stays of three nights and four days. These destinations are various provincial capitals. It must be taken into account that transport is not included and the regime is half board. The places detailed on the Social Tourism website are the following:

In Andalusia, the three provincial capitals that can be visited are Córdoba, Seville and Granada, with a total of four hotels on offer. The points of interest, in addition to the guided panoramic tour of the three cities, are, respectively, the Alcázar de los Reyes Cristianos and the Arab baths of the Alcázar Califal, the Torre del Oro and the Royal Monastery of San Jerónimo.

In Aragon, the visit to the provincial capital that can be visited for 124 euros is Zaragoza. With two hotels available, it is made up of a rich historical-artistic heritage, the result of its more than two thousand years of history. The trip includes the entrance to the Basilica del Pilar de Zaragoza.

In northern Spain, IMSERSO retirees can find a cheap trip to Santander with admission to the cathedral. In San Sebastián, get to know the most beautiful towns in the area and include admission to the San Telmo museum. And in Ourense, the city of the Miño River, you can also visit the cathedral.

In Castilla-La Mancha, an unmissable visit to the city of Toledo. Four days to explore the narrow streets of this city declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1986, and visit the Church of Santo Tomé. And in Extremadura, the cheapest trip allows you to discover Cáceres, one of the great unknowns of Spain, but at the same time, one of the most beautiful areas.

In Catalonia, the provincial capital that can be visited for 124 euros is Girona. The so-called City of the Four Rivers, with a historic center dominated by the cathedral, medieval buildings and Roman, Arab and Hebrew reminiscences. And, curiously, Valencia is also part of the inland tourism program, since not all is beach in the city of light.

And in Castilla y León, the offer is the widest, with four provincial capitals. They are Burgos, León, Zamora and Salamanca, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1988. All of them have an impressive cathedral.

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