Visit Ávila and Salamanca and learn about the legends and the history of these important cities.
Days of operation: April 1 – October 31: Tuesday, Friday and Sunday
November 1 – March 31: Tuesday and Friday
Meeting point: Plaza Ventas, Metro Ventas, exit to Julio Camba Street
Starting time: 7:30 h (please arrive 15 minutes earlier for check-in)
Duration: 11 hours
Get to know these historical cities around Madrid
Discover two of the most important cities of the Castilian plateau and World Heritage Site: Ávila, known for its 12th-century walls, and Segovia, where one of the best preserved Roman aqueducts in the world is located. In addition, visit the Monastery of El Escorial and its basilica, burial place of the kings of Spain.
We leave Madrid early in the morning towards Ávila, where we stop at the viewpoint Cuatro Postes. Next, we head to the city to start the walking tour, passing by the Sanctuary of San Vicente, the Cathedral and, of course, the walls.
Then we leave for Segovia, where your guide explains how the Romans created the aqueduct. We continue our route through the streets of the city center, passing through the Cathedral and the district of the Canonries until we reach the Alcázar, symbol of the art and history of Spain. Enjoy some free time to have lunch, shop, or access some of the monuments on your own.
Once the break is over, we head to El Escorial, where we visit the inside of its monastery. Under the guidance of your guide, discover this architectural complex that includes a royal palace, a basilica, a pantheon, a library, a school, and a monastery.
- Transportation in an air-conditioned vehicle
- Bilingual guided visit (simultaneously in English and Spanish)
- Entrance to the Monastery of El Escorial
- Food & drinks
- Hotel pick-up and drop-off
- Entrances to any other monuments
- Cathedral of Ávila
- Cathedral of Segovia
- Segovia Aqueduct
- Alcázar of Segovia
- Monastery of El Escorial (entrance included)