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From Madrid: Avila and Segovia Day Trip with Alcazar

1. From Madrid: Avila and Segovia Day Trip with Alcazar

Embark on a full-day guided tour to the UNESCO-listed cities of Avila and Segovia from Madrid aboard an air-conditioned bus. Marvel at Avila's cathedral and most emblematic monuments on a walking tour. Sep inside the Alcazar of Segovia with entrance tickets and a guide. Take a walking tour of Avila, one of Spain’s oldest cities. Marvel at its well-preserved, castle-like walls dating from the 11th century. Enter the old quarters which house important Romanesque churches, Gothic palaces, and the city’s 12th-century Gothic cathedral. Walk by the exterior of the Avila Cathedral, admdire the Romanesque Basilica of San Vicente, and visit the central town square of Plaza Mayor. Take a short walk through the city’s old streets to the Convent of Saint Teresa. Then, continue on to Segovia, a city rich in historical monuments. See the magnificent Roman Aqueduct from the time of Emperor Augustus. Soak in its rich architectural heritage by following your guide to the Gothic-style Cathedral. Finally, cross the Canonjías neighborhood until you come to the Alcazar of Segovia, one of the most spectacular fortresses in all of Spain. After admiring its exterior, step inside to discover its legends and glorious past.

From Santander: Cabarceno Natural Park Half-Day Trip

2. From Santander: Cabarceno Natural Park Half-Day Trip

Visit Cabarceno Natural Park with a guide to understand and see what makes this park so unique. Once an open-cast iron mining operation, the park was reclaimed and turned into a conservation and also provides environmental education. The park is home to almost 150 species of animals from the five continents that live in a semi-freedom and are distributed in large enclosures. Explore the park by minivan and also have the opportunity to see it from the air as you take a short trip on a cable car. During your visit, see a large variety of animals including, but not limited to gorillas, tigers, bears, and elephants. Depending on the season and weather conditions have the chance to see flight demonstrations of raptors, as well as a demonstration of sea lions.

Segovia Cathedral Entrance Ticket

3. Segovia Cathedral Entrance Ticket

Visit the Cathedral of Segovia with a pre-reserved entrance ticket. Discover the center of social, historical, artistic, and religious life of the city, and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Explore the cathedral at your own pace and admire its beautiful Gothic architecture. Wander through four interior galleries and 21 chapels which house a large collection of Flemish and Castilian paintings and two tapestry collections. Then, visit the tranquil rear courtyard and admire the western facade of the cathedral.

Comillas: Gaudí’s El Capricho Entrance Ticket & Tour Option

4. Comillas: Gaudí’s El Capricho Entrance Ticket & Tour Option

Visit one of only three buildings designed by Gaudí outside of Barcelona, the stunning El Capricho. Choose a ticket-only option to explore on your own, or select a guided tour to dive deeper into Gaudí’s life and work. Discover this colorful mansion surrounded by sunflowers, where every detail has meaning. Enjoy access to all the exterior and interior spaces, as well as audiovisual materials and exhibitions to explain this great work of art. With the guided tour option you’ll learn more about the secrets and history of El Capricho. The tour starts outside and takes you through the mansion’s main floor. Afterwards, you’re free to explore the rest of the site on your own.

Segovia Cathedral Guided Tour

5. Segovia Cathedral Guided Tour

Visit the Cathedral of Segovia with a pre-reserved entrance ticket and guided tour. Discover a UNESCO World Heritage Site with an expert guide. Wander through the magnificent "Lady of Cathedrals" and learn more about its religious, historical, and cultural importance to the city. Discover 21 chapels, the cloister, and 4 exhibition halls. See Flemish and Castilian paintings, sculptures, tapestries, and artifacts of religious, historical, and political significance.

From Santander: Santillana del Mar & Altamira Museum Tour

6. From Santander: Santillana del Mar & Altamira Museum Tour

Depart from Santander at 9:30 AM and head to Santillana del Mar, a beautiful village of the Middle Ages. This village with is one of the best-known cultural and tourist centers of Cantabria. You will enjoy a walking tour along its cobbled streets until you reach its Plaza Mayor where you will see the Collegiate Church of Santa Juliana. There you will visit the museum of the local sculptor Jesús Otero. Afterward, you will have some free time to visit the Collegiate if you wish and do some shopping around. Afterward, you will head to the Altamira Museum. This museum houses a scale replica of the 'room of paintings', the so-called Neocave. This cave was declared World Heritage by Unesco in 1985. To protect its preservation, it currently allows only 5 people to visit it per week and this is the reason they created this replica from the cave. The cave is a natural cavity in the rock, with paintings dated from 35,600 years ago and it stands as one of the most important pictorial and artistic cycles of prehistoric paintings int he world.

Segovia: Cathedral Tower Guided Tour

7. Segovia: Cathedral Tower Guided Tour

Begin your tour with a brief introduction of the Chapel of Saint Blas and then go to the audiovisual room, furnished with part of a Flemish tapestries collection made by the brothers Bernart and Christian van Bruston. The tapestries show the history of Pompeius Magnus. Also in the room is a video subtitled in English that goes through the construction of the tower and its history. This video display was renewed in 2019 and is projected over three big walls surprising visitors with 3D animations, images from inside the cathedral, and even more special effects for 8 minutes. After the video, head to the bell ringer’s house, a place preserved to reflect how the bell ringer and their family lived. There, a little staircase leads to the clock room, furnished with the rest of the Flemish tapestries and the clock mechanism, similar to that of the Puerta del Sol in Madrid. From the bell ringer's house head to the bell tower and climb its 190 steps to the top. Be rewarded with a scenic view from the highest lookout point of the city. The will tour conclude at the top of the bell tower.

Salamanca: Monterrey Palace Audio-Guided Tour

8. Salamanca: Monterrey Palace Audio-Guided Tour

Discover the secrets of the Palace of Monterrey on a tour with an with a self-guided tour. Learn about the Monterrey family who first lived there and the House of Alba who owns it now. Visit their most intimate quarters, including rooms that they use daily. Marvel at an important collection of art and furniture while enjoying a fusion of music, voices, and images. Finish the tour with a panoramic view of Salamanca from one of its fortified towers. For a more comprehensive experience, select the tour that includes the kitchens and servants' quarters for the chance to see the palace through the eyes of the staff throughout history. Discover their way of life by walking through the corridor of servant rooms and other areas that are still used by Palace staff today. Stop by the kitchen where you’ll discover some of the recipes favored by the House of Alba.

Madrid: Local Tapas Walking Tour and Flamenco Show

9. Madrid: Local Tapas Walking Tour and Flamenco Show

Experience Madrid through its food culture on a tapas walking tour through various bars in the center of Madrid. Together with a culinary expert guide, you’ll discover authentic signature cuisine, gourmet products, and a vast amount of culinary culture, nowadays hidden in the reformed markets of San Miguel and La Cebada in the La Latina neighborhood of Madrid. Start the tour at the famous San Miguel Market, where you’ll taste the famous pintxos of Bilbao. After the San Miguel Market visit, head to La Latina and enjoy traditional Croquettes in the renowned street Cava Baja. Continue the tour through different bars in the center of Madrid, where you’ll taste delicious Spanish omelet and cod tapas, mushrooms tapas accompanied by a glass of wine or cider. After your tapas walking tour, experience another side of Spanish culture. Flamenco, declared Intangible Cultural Heritage by UNESCO in 2010, is the most authentic and popular expression of Spanish culture. Enjoy an intimate flamenco show surrounded by the fantastic atmosphere of The Tablao Flamenco, a hidden treasure in the center of Madrid. Enjoy a complimentary drink during the show.

Segovia: Private City Walking Tour with Alcázar of Segovia

10. Segovia: Private City Walking Tour with Alcázar of Segovia

Discover the history and interesting facts about Segovia on this private walking tour. Snap pictures of an ancient Roman aqueduct and go through the halls of the Alcázar of Segovia castle.   Be greeted by your guide at your accommodation. Make your way to the well-preserved Roman aqueduct. Uncover the history behind this masterpiece of Roman engineering that has been standing for over 1,800 years. Continue to admire the granite points on the Casa de los Picos façade. Walk to the Sirenas and Medina del Campo squares, where you will find the Mozarabic church of San Martin which is built in the Romanesque-style. Visit the Jewish square next to the Plaza Mayor where you will be able to view a Gothic and Renaissance style cathedral. Arrive at the imposing remains of the medieval city walls of Segovia. Enter the royal palace and fortress of the castle Alcázar of Segovia. Appreciate its features from inside its beautiful halls. Gaze up at gilded ceilings and see how Castilian royalty once lived at this UNESCO World Heritage site.

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Sensational trip. Good bus. The guide Fernando was SPECTACULAR. Attentive, with excellent knowledge of the places visited, prompt, friendly. Worth every penny, I recommend. The only drawback was being able to find the VPT, as the numbering on Spanish streets is strange. On the one hand, growing. On the other, decreasing. And I messed up. Other than that, all jewelry, go without fear

Ferdinando was a great tour guide! Very considerate and knowledgeable about everything. Definitely recommended!

Marina was excellent! Highly informative and knowledgeable. Tapas were tasty and excellent. Highly recommend!

Worth the value and more! Book this you will not regret it. It was an unforgettable day.

It was a great experience, Our tour guide Fernando was excellent.