Leave Madrid early in the morning and head towards Ávila, where you will stop at the Cuatro Postes viewpoint. After, travel to the city to start the walking tour, and pass by the Sanctuary of San Vicente, the cathedral and of course, the walls. Next head to Segovia and on arrival your guide will explain everything about the creation of the aqueduct by the Romans. Then continue your route through the streets of the city center, and pass through the Cathedral, continuing through the district of the Canonries, until you reach the famous Alcazar, a symbol of the art and history of Spain. Then you have free time to enjoy lunch, do some shopping or access some of the monuments on your own. Once the break is over, go to El Escorial, where you will visit the inside of its Monastery. There, under the guidance of your guide, discover the architectural complex that includes a royal palace, a basilica, a pantheon, a library, a school and a monastery. Late in the afternoon, return to Madrid in your comfortable vehicle. Join the tour and learn about the history, the architecture and the culture of Spain. Choose the combo option to get another tour on the next day to Toledo with entrances to the Synagoge of Santa María, the Monastery of San Juan and the Church of Sto. Tomas.
Plaza de Toros de Las Ventas, by the exit to Julio Camba Street.open in google maps ->
• This tour includes 3 cities in one day, so the schedule is quite tight, is very important that you follow the instructions of the guide at all times. Latecomers cannot be accommodated • Please wear comfortable athletic or walking shoes, layered clothes and sun protection • Please note that this tour is not fully accessible for people with mobility problems due to the numerous staircases and pavements that we may find during the itinerary • If you book the COMBO, on the second day you will have a full tour in Toledo • If you choose the combo option you will have a tour to Toledo on the second day and the entrances to three monuments (Synagoge of Sta. María, the Church of Sto. Tome and the Monastery of San Juan de los Reyes)
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