14 Day Driver-Guided Tour of Spain
How To Spend 2 Weeks In Spain
Welcome to the 2-week driver-guided tour itinerary of Spain! This incredible journey will take you from the vibrant city of Barcelona to Valencia, Madrid, and the picturesque region of Andalucia.
Over the course of this itinerary, you will experience Spain’s rich cultural heritage, stunning landscapes, and delicious cuisine. With our professional drivers and guides, you can sit back, relax, and enjoy the scenic routes as you travel from one destination to the next, knowing that your baggage will be taken care of and handled safely while your private guides will be officially licensed and experienced storytellers.
Day 1: Discovering the Heart of Barcelona with Your Private Guide
On day 1 of your private guided tour of Barcelona, you will embark on a journey to discover the city’s rich history and culture. Your knowledgeable and friendly private guide will lead you on a journey through the city’s most iconic landmarks and hidden gems, all while sharing interesting stories and insights about the city.
Barcelona's Gothic Quarter
First on the itinerary is the Gothic Quarter, a charming neighborhood with narrow, winding streets and unique architecture. Here, you will have the opportunity to admire the beautiful buildings, wander through quaint plazas, and explore the many shops, cafes, and restaurants. Your guide will show you around this enchanting area, pointing out some of the most significant buildings and landmarks along the way.
Highlights of Gaudi Tour in Barcelona
Next, you will visit La Sagrada Familia, Antoni Gaudí’s iconic masterpiece. This magnificent cathedral is a true testament to Gaudí’s genius, and its stunning design and intricate details will leave you in awe. Your guide will give you a behind-the-scenes tour of the church, showing you its history, architecture, and artwork.
Afterward, you will head to Park Güell, another of Gaudí’s architectural wonders. This whimsical park is home to a collection of vibrant mosaics, sculptures, and architecture that will leave you in awe. Your guide will show you around the park, pointing out the most interesting features and explaining their significance.
In the afternoon, you will have the chance to visit Casa Batlló and Casa Milà, two of Gaudí’s most famous works. Casa Batlló is a stunning building with a unique, organic design, while Casa Milà is a more conventional building with an unusual roof. Both buildings offer stunning views of the city, and your guide will show you around the inside and outside of each building, pointing out the most interesting features.
El Born Neighborhood & Evening Meal
You will then visit the charming El Born neighborhood, a popular area with plenty of shops, cafes, and restaurants. Here, you will have the opportunity to wander through the streets, admire the beautiful buildings, and take in the local culture. Finally, you will end the day with a visit to the Bunkers del Carmel, a stunning viewpoint that offers panoramic views of the city.
To round off the day, you will indulge in a traditional Spanish dinner, where you will have the chance to try delicious local dishes such as paella, tapas, and other classic Spanish cuisine. Your guide will be able to recommend some of the best local restaurants, ensuring that you have an unforgettable dining experience.
With a full day of exploring and discovering behind you, you will return to your hotel feeling satisfied and inspired, ready to embark on another exciting day in Barcelona.
Day 2: Uncovering Barcelona's Artistic Treasures with Your Private Guide
Day 2 of your private guided tour of Barcelona is all about exploring the city’s rich artistic heritage. With your knowledgeable and experienced private guide, you will delve into the city’s museums, galleries, and cultural landmarks to discover the masterpieces that make Barcelona one of the world’s most beloved art cities.
Picasso Joan Miro & Art Tour in Barcelona
Your first stop on the itinerary is the Picasso Museum, where you will get a chance to see some of Pablo Picasso’s most famous works, including his early paintings, sketches, and sculptures. Your guide will give you a comprehensive tour of the museum, explaining the significance of each piece and providing interesting background information on the artist himself.
Next, you will visit Fundació Joan Miró, a museum dedicated to the works of Joan Miro. This unique museum showcases a large collection of Miro’s most important works, including paintings, sculptures, and drawings. Your guide will give you a fascinating tour of the museum, highlighting the most important pieces and sharing interesting stories about the artist and his work.
Afterward, you will head to the unique Casa Amatller, one of Barcelona’s most impressive Art Nouveau buildings. This beautiful building, designed by the famous architect Puig i Cadafalch, is a true masterpiece of Catalan architecture, and your guide will show you around the inside and outside of the building, pointing out the most interesting features.
In the afternoon, you will visit MACBA, Barcelona’s Museum of Contemporary Art, which showcases an impressive collection of contemporary art, including works by local and international artists. Your guide will give you a comprehensive tour of the museum, explaining the significance of each piece and the themes that they explore.
You will then visit the Sant Pau Art Nouveau Site, a beautiful collection of Art Nouveau buildings that were once part of a hospital. These unique buildings, designed by Lluís Domènech i Montaner, are a testament to the artistic and architectural heritage of Barcelona, and your guide will give you a fascinating tour of the site, pointing out the most interesting features.
Finally, you will end the day with a visit to the Gothic-style Palace of Catalan Music, one of the city’s most beautiful concert halls. Your guide will show you around the inside of the building, pointing out the most interesting features and explaining the history and significance of this important cultural landmark.
To round off the day, you will indulge in a gourmet food and wine pairing experience, where you will have the chance to sample some of the best local wines and cuisine. Your guide will be able to recommend some of the best local restaurants and wineries, ensuring that you have an unforgettable dining experience.
With a full day of exploring and discovering behind you, you will return to your hotel feeling satisfied and inspired, ready to embark on another exciting day in Barcelona.
Day 3: Discovering Barcelona's Rich Food Culture with Your Private Guide
Day 3 of your private guided tour of Barcelona is all about food and culture. With your knowledgeable and experienced private guide, you will have the opportunity to taste the delicious flavors of traditional Catalan cuisine and experience the city’s vibrant food culture.
Your day will start with a visit to the iconic La Boqueria market, one of the largest and oldest food markets in Europe. You will get the chance to wander around the bustling stalls, trying samples of the freshest produce, seafood, and meats, while your guide shares stories and information about the market’s history and the local food scene.
Next, you will embark on a foodie walking tour of the city, visiting some of the most famous local food shops and restaurants. You will taste some of the best local specialties, such as paella, tapas, and pastries while learning about the history and traditions of Catalan cuisine.
After the food tour, you will visit the famous Mercat de Santa Caterina, a modern market in the heart of the city, where you will get to sample some of the best local cheeses, breads, and wines. Your guide will be on hand to answer any questions you have and help you choose the best products to take home with you.
In the afternoon, you will participate in a hands-on cooking class, where you will learn how to prepare some of the most famous dishes of Catalan cuisine. You will work with a local chef to create a delicious meal using fresh, local ingredients while learning about the history and traditions of the local food culture.
After the cooking class, you will have the chance to enjoy the meal you have prepared, along with a selection of local wines. Your guide will be able to recommend some of the best local wineries and restaurants, ensuring that you have an unforgettable dining experience.
To round off the day, you will visit a local winery, where you will get to taste some of the best local wines and learn about the wine-making process. You will have the opportunity to tour the vineyards and cellars, tasting the different varieties of wine while learning about the history and traditions of the local wine culture.
With a full day of culinary adventures behind you, you will return to your hotel feeling satisfied and inspired, with a newfound appreciation for the rich food culture of Barcelona. Whether you’re a foodie, a wine lover, or simply someone who appreciates great food and drink, this day of private guided experiences is sure to be a highlight of your time in Barcelona.
Day 4: Girona Day Trip
Driving from Barcelona to Girona with a private chauffeur in one of our luxury air-conditioned vehicles takes just 1 hour.
The journey starts from the heart of Barcelona and heads north, taking in the stunning views of the Catalan countryside. The route passes through several small towns and villages dotted with vineyards and olive groves and provides a glimpse into the local culture and way of life.
As you approach Girona, you’ll notice the city’s medieval walls coming into view. The historic city center, surrounded by ancient walls, is a UNESCO World Heritage site, and the drive in takes you past some of its most notable landmarks.
Upon arrival in Girona, your private guide will take you on a tour of the city, showcasing its rich history and cultural heritage. Some of the must-visit locations include:
The Cathedral of Girona:
This magnificent church, with its Romanesque and Gothic architecture, is one of the city’s most recognizable landmarks. Its narrow staircase leads to a panoramic view of the city and the surrounding countryside.
The Arab Baths:
These well-preserved medieval baths offer a glimpse into the city’s history and its Islamic influence. They are considered one of the best examples of this type of structure in Europe.
The Jewish Quarter:
Girona was once home to a thriving Jewish community, and the narrow, winding streets of the Jewish Quarter provide a fascinating glimpse into the city’s past.
The City Walls:
The city’s medieval walls offer panoramic views of Girona and the surrounding countryside. They also provide a sense of the city’s history and its strategic importance over the centuries.
The Museu d'Història de Girona:
This museum, housed in a medieval building, showcases the city’s rich history and cultural heritage. Exhibits include Roman mosaics, Gothic paintings, and artifacts from the city’s Jewish community.
In addition to these locations, your private guide can also take you to other nearby attractions, such as the Dalí Museum in Figueres or the Costa Brava, with its picturesque coastline and charming villages.
Upon conclusion of the Girona day trip, your chauffeur will deliver you back to your accommodation in Barcelona.
Day 5: Valencia
In the morning your private driver will greet you as you set off for Valencia. The total driving time is just over 3 and a half hours so we will make a stop at a charming coastal town for a delicious Spanish lunch along the way to break up the driving time while enjoying the view of the Mediterranean.
Discovering Valencia's Historic Center
Valencia’s historic center is a must-visit destination for anyone interested in the city’s rich history and stunning architecture. On this morning tour, you’ll be guided by a knowledgeable local who will take you to some of the city’s most famous landmarks and hidden gems.
Your tour will start at the Central Market, a stunning modernist building that is one of Valencia’s most recognizable landmarks. Here, you’ll have the chance to sample some of the local cuisine, including fresh seafood and delicious Spanish pastries.
From the Central Market, you’ll continue on to the Cathedral of Valencia, a stunning gothic cathedral that dates back to the 13th century. You’ll learn about the history of the cathedral, including its role as a mosque during the Moorish occupation, and admire its stunning stained glass windows and intricate carvings.
Next, you’ll visit the Plaza de la Reina, one of Valencia’s most picturesque squares, surrounded by historic buildings and lively cafes. Here, you’ll learn about the city’s history, including its role as a center of trade and commerce during the medieval period.
Throughout the morning tour, your guide will provide in-depth information and interesting anecdotes about Valencia’s history, culture, and architecture. You’ll leave the tour with a deeper appreciation for this fascinating city and its rich heritage.
Tasting Valencia's Delicious Cuisine
Valencia is known for its delicious cuisine, which blends traditional Spanish flavors with the fresh seafood and produces of the local area. On this evening tour, you’ll have the opportunity to sample some of the city’s most delicious dishes, accompanied by a knowledgeable local guide.
Your guide will take you to one of Valencia’s best restaurants, where you’ll be treated to a delicious meal of traditional Spanish dishes. You’ll have the chance to try dishes such as paella, Valencia’s most famous dish, made with saffron, chicken, and rabbit, and seafood dishes like arroz negre, a rich and flavorful rice dish made with squid and its ink.
As you savor your meal, your guide will provide insight into the local cuisine and explain the cultural significance of Valencia’s dishes. You’ll learn about the ingredients and techniques used to create the city’s famous dishes, as well as the history of Spanish cuisine and its influence on modern cooking.
Overnight in Valencia.
Day 6: Visiting the Central Market and the Silk Exchange
Start your second day in Valencia with a private guided tour of the city’s famous Central Market and the Silk Exchange. With a knowledgeable local guide, you’ll have the opportunity to learn about the history and culture of Valencia as you explore these two unique landmarks.
Your tour will start at the Central Market, a stunning modernist building that is one of Valencia’s most recognizable landmarks. Here, you’ll have the chance to sample some of the local cuisine, including fresh seafood, fruits and vegetables, and Spanish pastries. You’ll learn about the market’s history, including its role as a center of commerce and trade in Valencia, and admire its impressive architecture.
Next, you’ll visit the Silk Exchange, also known as the Lonja de la Seda, a stunning gothic building that dates back to the 15th century. The Silk Exchange was once the center of Valencia’s silk trade and is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. You’ll learn about the history of the building, including its role in the growth of Valencia’s economy, and admire its intricate carvings and gothic architecture.
Exploring the Beautiful Albufera Natural Park
Spend the afternoon exploring the stunning Albufera Natural Park, a beautiful wetlands area located just a short distance from Valencia. With a private guide, you’ll have the opportunity to experience the park’s unique ecosystem and learn about its important role in the local environment and culture.
Your guide will take you on a tour of the park, including a boat ride on the Albufera Lagoon, where you’ll see the area’s diverse wildlife, including many species of birds and other animals. You’ll also visit the Albufera Rice Museum, where you’ll learn about the important role of rice cultivation in Valencia’s history and culture and see how the local community has lived and worked in the area for generations.
As you explore the park, your guide will provide information on the area’s ecology and the efforts being made to protect the park’s environment and wildlife.
Overnight in Valencia.
Day 7: Arrival in Madrid via Cuenca
A private chauffeur journey from Valencia to Madrid would typically take about 3.5 hours, depending on traffic conditions. To break up the driving time and make the trip more enjoyable, it might be a good idea to stop for lunch in a nearby town.
One town that is known for its delicious food and charming atmosphere is Cuenca. Located approximately halfway between Valencia and Madrid, Cuenca is a historic town that is perched atop a cliff and offers breathtaking views of the surrounding landscape. Here, you can enjoy a traditional Spanish lunch at one of the many local restaurants that serve dishes made with locally sourced ingredients. Some of the local specialties include dishes made with wild boar, lamb, and locally-grown vegetables.
In addition to its excellent food, Cuenca is also known for its well-preserved old town, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Here, you can wander through narrow cobblestone streets, admire the charming architecture, and visit historical sites such as the Cathedral of Cuenca and the Casas Colgadas (Hanging Houses).
Michelin Star dining in Madrid
In Madrid, there are several Michelin-starred restaurants to choose from, but one of the most famous is Santceloni. Santceloni is a two-star Michelin restaurant located in the Hotel NH Collection Madrid Eurobuilding.
The restaurant is known for its contemporary Spanish cuisine, which is made using traditional techniques and high-quality, seasonal ingredients. Some of the dishes that Santceloni is famous for include its roasted sea bass with a saffron sauce, roasted venison with blackberry reduction, and its foie gras with hazelnut crumble.
In addition to its exceptional food, Santceloni is also known for its elegant and modern dining room, which features floor-to-ceiling windows and beautiful city views.
Once you get in contact with our team about this itinerary, we will consult with you to decide which elite restaurant you would like us to make a reservation in for you.
Day 8: Madrid Tour Incl. The Royal Palace
Get ready to explore the city as you meet your guide for the day and set out on a private walking tour of Madrid’s main sites, including a VIP experience at the Royal Palace.
Explore the History of the Royal Palace
Your tour of the city starts with a visit to the Royal Palace, the official residence of the Spanish Royal Family. With VIP skip-the-line access, you’ll save valuable time and get an up-close and personal look at the history and grandeur of the palace.
Constructed between 1738 and 1755 on the site of a 9th-century Moorish fortress, the palace is a magnificent example of Spanish architecture and design. As you step inside, you’ll be greeted by the ornate main staircase designed by Felipe Sabatini and begin your guided tour of this stunning palace.
Highlights of the tour include:
- The Armory
- Chamber of Charles III
- Porcelain cabinet
- The Gala Dining Room
- Royal Chapel
- Stradivarius Hall
- The Throne Room
Discovering Madrid's Iconic Sites
After your morning tour of the Royal Palace, you’ll continue your exploration of Madrid with your guide. Spend the rest of the day on a walking tour of some of the city’s most iconic sites and discover the rich history, traditions, and fascinating stories behind each one. Your guide will expertly bring the city to life with their in-depth knowledge and explanations.
Plaza Mayor: Discover the beauty and significance of the Plaza Mayor, a 17th-century square at the heart of the old town, with a bronze statue of King Philip the 3rd in its center.
Puerta del Sol: Visit the bustling Puerta del Sol, known as Madrid’s “Times Square,” with famous landmarks like the “Tio Pepe” sign and the “El Oso y el Madrono” statue.
Mercado de San Miguel: Indulge in the flavors of Madrid at the Mercado de San Miguel, a renowned food market for over 100 years, offering the finest Iberian Ham, local produce, and fresh fish.
Almudena Cathedral and Museum: Finally, embark on a private tour of the Almudena Cathedral and Museum, the most important religious site in the city, with exhibits depicting the diocese’s rich heritage, including religious artifacts, paintings, sculptures, and architectural elements.
Day 9: Madrid Art & Prado Museum Tour
Take a journey through the world of art with your private guide on a tour of Madrid’s three main galleries: the Prado, Reina Sofía, and Thyssen-Bornemisza.
Discover the beauty and treasures of the Prado, Spain’s national gallery, where you will be guided through works of Spanish and European masters from the 16th to the 19th century. Admire masterpieces by artists such as Goya, Velázquez, El Greco, and more.
Next, visit the Reina Sofía Museum and immerse yourself in the world of 20th-century Spanish art with extensive collections from Pablo Picasso and Salvador Dali, to mention just a few of the Masters whose work is displayed here.
Finally, complete your art journey at the Thyssen-Bornemisza National Museum, featuring nearly 1000 paintings from the 13th to the 20th century and collections from famous artists like Caravaggio, Rembrandt, Monet, Van Gogh, and many more besides.
Day 10: Private Guided Toledo
Just an hour’s drive from Madrid with your personal driver, Toledo makes for a stunning excursion from the capital. With its medieval layout and rich architectural history spanning over two millennia, the city’s center has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. As a former independent state and capital of Spain, Toledo is a cultural melting pot of Christian, Jewish, and Muslim heritage, earning it the nickname “The City of Three Cultures”.
During your full-day tour of Toledo, your private guide will take you on a journey to explore some of the city’s most iconic landmarks, including:
- The Gothic Primada de Toledo cathedral
- Alcazar fortress
- Jewish Quarter
- The Alcántara Bridge
- Tonerías Mosque
- Museum of El Greco
After an evening meal in this ancient city, your private driver will return you to your central Madrid accommodation.
Day 11: Seville Transfer
Today you will embark on a journey to Seville, the capital of Andalusia in southern Spain. You have the option of traveling via private chauffeur for over 5 hours in total or by taking the high-speed train, which takes just 2 hours and 40 minutes.
Evening Market & Cooking Class in Seville
An evening market tour in Seville followed by a cooking class with a private chef is a fantastic way to experience the city’s rich culinary culture. Your tour guide will lead you through one of Seville’s vibrant markets, such as Mercado de la Encarnación or Mercado de Triana, where you can see and taste the fresh ingredients that will be used in your cooking class later that night.
Your guide will introduce you to the vendors and explain the local produce, such as the famous Andalusian olives, cured ham, and juicy oranges. You may have the opportunity to sample some of the delicious local foods and drinks, such as cured meats, cheeses, sherry, and traditional sweets.
After the market tour, you will head to a private kitchen, where your chef will welcome you and give you a brief on the dishes you will be preparing that night. The cooking class will be hands-on and interactive, allowing you to learn about traditional Andalusian cuisine and cooking techniques. You will work together with the chef to prepare a multi-course meal using the fresh ingredients you picked up at the market.
Once the meal is ready, you will sit down to enjoy the fruits of your labor, accompanied by local wine.
Day 12: Best Guided Tours of Seville
Seville is one of the oldest cities in Europe, boasting an extensive history that spans over a thousand years. The city was once home to the celebrated poet Garcilaso de la Vega, who documented his experiences in his book “Comentarios Reales de Los Incas”.
On your second day in Seville, you will have the opportunity to admire its impressive architecture from the Moorish era, including the Alcazar, Giralda tower, and cathedral. You can also spend an enjoyable evening watching a Flamenco show in the city.
Seville Royal Alcazar
On your private tour of the Royal Alcazar, you will be taken through its rich history and opulence, as you explore its four magnificent courtyards filled with stunning gardens, fountains, and an intriguing blend of Moorish and Christian architectural styles.
The palace, built between 1527 and 1604, took over three centuries to construct and remains one of the Spanish Royal Family’s official residences to this day. You will marvel at its beautifully decorated rooms adorned with Mudejar art, royal paintings, sculptures, tapestries, and furniture.
Seville Cathedral & La Giralda
The Seville Cathedral & La Giralda are two of Seville’s most famous landmarks and a must-visit destination for anyone traveling to the city.
The cathedral, which was built in the 16th century on the site of a former mosque, is one of the largest Gothic cathedrals in the world and is renowned for its intricate carvings and stunning stained-glass windows. Visitors can also climb the Giralda, a bell tower that was once the minaret of the mosque. From the top, there are panoramic views of the city.
During the guided tour of the cathedral and La Giralda, visitors will have the opportunity to learn about the rich history and cultural significance of these iconic structures. You will explore the stunning interior of the cathedral, including its impressive nave, chapels, and choir stalls.
The tour is led by an expert guide who will provide in-depth information about the history, architecture, and cultural heritage of these important landmarks.
Barrio Santa Cruz
During your last night in Seville, let your private guide lead you on a leisurely stroll through the historical Barrio Santa Cruz neighborhood.
Your guide will bring the area’s rich history to life as you wander past its charming, whitewashed buildings and through its quaint, cobbled patios and narrow streets lined with orange trees.
Explore the former Jewish Quarter and hear stories of its past, making for a truly memorable evening in Seville.
Day 13: Guided Malaga Experience
On the thirteenth day of our two-week journey, we will be heading to the coastal town of Malaga. Your private driver will collect you from your Seville accommodation to make the journey which takes around 2 hours and 10 minutes.
Malaga is one of Europe’s oldest cities, with a rich history spanning over 2,000 years. On a private guided tour, you will learn about the city’s history and the various cultures that have influenced its development, including the Phoenicians, Greeks, Romans, Moors, Christians, Jews, Arabs, and Spanish.
The tour will showcase the best of both historic and modern Malaga, including the Roman Theatre, the Alcazaba, the Malaga Cathedral, and the Pablo Picasso Museum. You’ll learn about the city’s history and architecture as you explore these stunning landmarks.
In the evening, take a relaxing walk along the harbor and enjoy the fresh local cuisine. Be sure to taste some of the day’s catch and experience the flavors of Malaga.
Day 14: Exploring Granada
Just 1 hour and 20 minutes away from Malaga lies Granda, the jewel in the crown of Andalucia.
Granada was once the capital of Moorish Spain and is now famous for its magnificent architectural wonders, particularly the Alhambra palace, which is considered one of the most remarkable expressions of Islamic art in the world. The city has a rich history, with a legacy that dates back to the expulsion of the Moors by Ferdinand and Isabella in 1492.
Alhambra Palace - UNESCO World Heritage Site
A guided tour of the Alhambra Palace is a journey through history, culture, and architecture. This UNESCO World Heritage site was originally a 13th-century Moorish residence and later served as a fortress under the Catholic monarchy and a Renaissance palace. With a private guide, you’ll visit the three main structures of the Alhambra: the Nasrid Palaces, the Generalife Gardens, and the Alcazaba Military Fortress.
The Nasrid Palaces, with their intricate tile work and ornate decoration, are considered some of the finest examples of Moorish architecture. The Generalife Gardens offer a peaceful respite from the bustle of the city, with serene fountains and lush greenery. The Alcazaba Military Fortress, with its towers and ramparts, offers breathtaking views of the surrounding landscape.
Albaicin District Walking Tour
In addition to visiting the Alhambra, Your guide will accompany you on a walking tour through the Albaicin district, situated atop a hill with a view of the Alhambra. This picturesque neighborhood boasts narrow, cobbled streets and charming whitewashed homes, making it one of the most authentic areas in Granada.
As you stroll through the streets, you’ll come across numerous shops offering a variety of oriental goods, including spices and dried fruits. There are also plenty of restaurants where you can sample traditional Spanish cuisine.
Evening Flamenco Show
Visiting the Sacromonte neighborhood in Granada and experiencing one of the famous flamenco shows in the flamenco caves is a must-do for any traveler to the city. The Sacromonte is a historic hillside neighborhood known for its traditional cave houses, which have been converted into homes and flamenco venues.
The flamenco caves of Sacromonte are a unique and authentic way to experience this passionate and vibrant art form. As you enter one of the caves, you will be transported to a different world, surrounded by the rough-hewn walls and arches of the cave. The intimate atmosphere, combined with the live music, singing, and dancing, creates an unforgettable experience.
The flamenco show itself is a display of incredible talent and skill. The performers will dance with fluid grace, their movements expressive and powerful. The music is equally passionate, with the rhythm of the guitar, the clapping of the hands, and the stamping of the feet providing a backdrop for the dancers. The singing is equally passionate, the lyrics telling tales of love, loss, and life in Andalusia.
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