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  • From Madrid: Avila and Segovia Full-Day Trip

    1. From Madrid: Avila and Segovia Full-Day Trip

    Avila is one of Spain’s oldest cities, and surrounded by well-preserved walls dating from the 11th century, it resembles an immense castle. The old quarters are home to a number of important Romanesque churches, Gothic palaces, and the city’s 12th-century Gothic cathedral, which is also fortified. On this full-day excursion from Madrid, you’ll see the exterior of the Avila Cathedral, the Romanesque Basilica of San Vicente, and visit the Plaza Mayor. Take a short walk through the city’s old streets to the Convent of Ste. Therese. Continue on to Segovia, a city rich in historical monuments. See the magnificent Roman Aqueduct from the time of Emperor Augustus. The elegant Cathedral, and its Alcazar fortress, the most spectacular castle in Spain, are among the highlights. Both Avila and Segovia are listed as Heritage of Mankind cities.

    Great experience with great tour guide in Avila and Segovia. We learned lots of information of those wonderful towns. Recommend it!

  • Segovia and Toledo: Alcazar with Cathedral & Lunch Options

    2. Segovia and Toledo: Alcazar with Cathedral & Lunch Options

    Depart Madrid and journey to the historic city of Segovia to see the UNESCO World Heritage Roman aqueduct. Marvel at the iconic 1st-century monument, considered the most important example of Roman-era civil engineering in Spain. Visit the royal palace of the Alcázar of Segovia, built on a rocky crag above the confluence of 2 rivers near the Guadarrama mountains. Continue to the imperial city of Toledo. During the bus journey, you have the option of making the most of these 2 hours by upgrading your experience to include a Spanish gastronomic lunch menu made up of 2 typical dishes, a dessert, and a drink. Once in Toledo, discover the medieval neighborhoods and historical monuments of the city on a walking tour, and come to understand why it is called the City of Three Cultures (Christian, Jewish, and Muslim). If you select an appropriate option, finish with a guided tour inside Toledo C...

    The tour was good. The plan ran perfectly but we didn‘t have much time for private walk and explore the city by ourself.

  • Segovia Tour with Toledo and El Escorial Options

    3. Segovia Tour with Toledo and El Escorial Options

    Begin your tour with an afternoon drive from Madrid to Segovia. See the famous Roman Aqueduct, then enjoy a guided walking tour through the city’s medieval streets. Visit the outside of the Gothic Cathedral, and the inside of the Alcazar Fortress – one of the most spectacular castles in Spain. Complete your experience with an optional visit to Toledo or El Escorial and the Valley of the Fallen. An optional lunch is available as well. The Toledo option begins with a morning walking tour through the old quarter and entrance to two monuments. The El Escorial and Valley of the Fallen option begins with a visit to the Monastery of El Escorial, built as a residence for the Spanish kings. Continue to the Valley of the Fallen to see the monument built as a memorial to those who died during the Spanish Civil War, before returning to Madrid.

    The trip was wonderful. Very fast though. It felt rushed But if you don’t have much time and want to see a lot this is a great bang for your buck. Segovia was our favorite, especially seeing the Roman Aqueducts.

  • Toledo Your Own Way

    4. Toledo Your Own Way

    Visit the historical city of Toledo on a 5-hour trip from Madrid. The city itself is like an immense museum that’s home to some of Spain’s top monuments. Known as the City of 3 Cultures, as for an extended period Christian, Islamic and Jewish residents lived together peacefully within its walls. The city is listed as a National Monument, and a UNESCO World Heritage City. Wander through the narrow streets and alleys to explore the city’s culture and history on a guided tour. Admire the Gothic and Renaissance architecture, along with the well-preserved monuments. If you prefer to discover places your own, you can visit the city at your leisure to discover its monuments and historic neighborhoods without a guide.

    The reservation was easy, everything is very simple and clear. There were two tour guides, one for spanish and one for english groups. You have a lot of free time and you can do whatever you want.

  • Andalusia and Valencia 6-Day Tour from Barcelona

    5. Andalusia and Valencia 6-Day Tour from Barcelona

    Enjoy a 6-day guided tour of Cordoba, Sevilla, Granada, and Valencia, visiting impressive cultural and religious monuments. Enjoy accommodation in select hotels, daily breakfast, and guided tours in each location. Day 1 (Sunday) Barcelona – Zaragoza – Madrid Depart from Barcelona at 08:00, traveling through Lerida and Zaragoza on the way to Madrid. You’ll make some short stops along the way with some free time to explore. Overnight in Madrid. Day 2 (Monday) Madrid – Cordoba – Sevilla After breakfast you’ll take a drive through La Mancha country to Cordoba. Enjoy a sightseeing tour in Cordoba, and visit its famous mosque/cathedral and the old Jewish Quarter. Continue on to Sevilla, for dinner. Overnight in Sevilla. Day 3 (Tuesday) Sevilla Today you’ll enjoy half board at your Sevilla hotel. In the morning you’ll have a city tour, visit...

  • Madrid: Best of Madrid Walking Tour

    6. Madrid: Best of Madrid Walking Tour

    Discover why Madrid is the famous destination that it is in Spain. You'll learn many times Madrid was designated the capital of the country, and will be taken to the best sightseeing spots the city has to offer throughout a walking tour. Madrid is the center of culture, trade, and social development in Spain. This tour offers you the chance to discover sights such as the Palacio Real, Plaza Mayor, Puerta del Sol (the heart of Madrid), Gran Vía, Plaza de Cibeles, and Puerta de Alcalá. All the monuments, historical buildings, anecdotal sights, and snapshots that every traveler would love to capture and take back home are included. Get ready to experience Madrid from a different perspective with a unique experience conducted alongside an experienced and passionate local.

  • Andalusia and Barcelona 7-Day Package Tour From Madrid

    7. Andalusia and Barcelona 7-Day Package Tour From Madrid

    Experience the diverse cultures of Spain on a 7-day tour of several distinct areas, and learn about the influence of the Moors in Seville, Granada and Cordoba. Discover the vibrant coastal resorts of Valencia and Barcelona, driving through mountains and along the magnificent Mediterranean coast along the way. Day 1: Madrid - Cordoba – Sevilla Depart Madrid, and drive by comfortable air-conditioned coach through the magnificent countryside of La Mancha to Cordoba. Spend some time exploring the city’s famous mosque and Jewish Quarter, before continuing for dinner and an overnight stay at the 4-star Hesperia Sevilla in the lovely Andalusian city of Seville. Day 2: Seville This morning a local guide will lead you on a tour of Andalusia’s most vibrant city to experience the sounds and sights of the radiant park of Maria Luisa, the mosaic walls of the Plaza ...

  • From Madrid: Andalucia & Toledo 5-Day Trip

    8. From Madrid: Andalucia & Toledo 5-Day Trip

    Spend 5 days exploring Andalucia, and enjoy tours of the area’s most historically important cities. Visit iconic monuments and take in views of the stunning scenery of the land of La Mancha along the way. Detailed Itinerary Day 1: Madrid, Cordoba, Sevilla Depart from the bus terminal in Madrid at 08:00, heading south through the Land of La Mancha to Andalucia. On arrival in Cordoba you’ll enjoy a city sightseeing tour, visiting the great mosque that once was the spiritual center of the Islamic world. Note the Gothic cathedral that was built inside. Your tour also takes in the Jewish Quarter. After the visit, you’ll continue on to Sevilla. Dinner and overnight in Sevilla. Day 2: Sevilla In the morning you’ll venture out on a panoramic city sightseeing tour and visit the Barrio de Santa Cruz with its narrow streets, the Park of María Lu...

  • Ávila: Segovia and El Escorial Tour With Drop-Off In Madrid

    9. Ávila: Segovia and El Escorial Tour With Drop-Off In Madrid

    Discover two of the main cultural and historical attractions of the Spanish plateau and World Heritage Sites: Segovia, where you can see one of the best preserved Roman aqueducts in the world, and the Monastery of El Escorial and its basilica, the burial place of the kings of Spain. You will leave Avila at around 10:30am for Segovia, where your guide will explain everything about the creation of the aqueduct by the Romans, and you will continue your route through the streets of the city center, passing through the Cathedral, continuing through the Canonjías district, until you reach the famous Alcazar, a symbol of Spanish art and history. There you will have free time to eat, do some shopping or access some of the monuments on your own. Once the break is over, you will go to El Escorial for a guided tour of the interior of the monastery. There, under the guidance of your guide, you wil...

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What people are saying about Community of Madrid

Amazing experience! Eduardo was an excellent teacher and made the class enjoyable for everyone! Would recommend to all my friends who want to learn how to make traditional Spanish dishes.

Very good experience with Get your guide. Everything is well indicated and you can visit at your own pace.

Delighted with this tour. I am a fan of an Italian team but entering this stadium was very exciting

Wonderful place to visit, magical and exciting! I enjoyed so much this activity.

Perfect, too bad the stadium is under construction. But really to do.