Make the most of your visit to Madrid on this one-day tour filled with art and culture!
Days of operation: April 1 – October 31: Monday to Sunday
November 1 – March 31: Monday, Wednesday, and Friday
Meeting point: Day 1 – Toledo and Segovia, Plaza Las Ventas in front of Julio Camba Street no 1
Day 2 – Royal Palace, Square Opera, in front of Statue of Isabel II
Starting time: Day 1 – 7:45 h for Toledo and Segovia
Day 2 – 8:30 h for Royal Palace
Duration: 11 hours for Toledo-Segovia
1.5 hours for Royal Palace
Explore Toledo & Segovia and visit the Royal Palace of Madrid
On this two-day tour, see some of the most important historical and cultural sites in Spain. On day one, visit Toledo and Segovia. On day two, take a tour of the Royal Palace of Madrid.
The city of Toledo, known by many as the second Rome, was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. During your tour, enjoy a panoramic visit of the Cathedral of Toledo, Mirador del Valle, The Monastery of San Juan de los Reyes, and Puente de San Martin.
In Segovia, get to know the Aqueduct, the Alcázar, and the Cathedral of Segovia. The Aqueduct is about 15 km long and supplies water near the marsh of Revega. The Azoguejo Square is the best-known and best-preserved area in the city.
The next day, visit the Royal Palace of Madrid, which used to be the official residence of the Spanish Royal Family. Nowadays, it’s used exclusively for receptions, ceremonies, and official events. The Royal Palace is also called Palacio de Oriente, due to its proximity to Plaza de Oriente square, on the east side of the palace. Our visit includes some of the most impressive rooms, like the throne lounge, the gala dining room, the royal chapel, and the parade grounds.
- Transportation from meeting point
- Bilingual guide (simultaneously in English and Spanish)
- Tickets to Alcázar of Segovia and Royal Palace
- Optional tips
- Food & drinks
- Hotel pick-up and drop-off
- Visit the main attractions in Toledo and Segovia in one day
- Take great pictures and get essential information about Madrid’s Royal Palace