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From Madrid: Day Tour to Toledo

1. From Madrid: Day Tour to Toledo

The bus will pick you up in the center of Madrid. During the bus trip to Toledo, a travel assistant will share some of the most interesting facts about the city. Discover Toledo, a city declared as a World Heritage site by UNESCO in 1986.  Once arriving in Toledo, enjoy a magnificent panoramic tour. The bus will make a couple of stops for you to photograph the most impressive views of the city. The guide will take you to the main square of Zocodover to explore Toledo. Visit Toledo's Cathedral, the second richest Catholic building in the world after St. Peter´s Cathedral in Rome. Admire the Alcazar, an impressive fortress, and El Greco's most famous painting, Count Orgaz´s Burial. Taste Toledo's signature sweet marzipan made of almonds and honey. Explore the Jewish Quarter's narrow streets, the Santa María la Blanca Synagogue, San Juan de Los Reyes Monastery, and the Christ of the Light Mosque. 

Madrid: 3-Hour Highlights Bike Tour

2. Madrid: 3-Hour Highlights Bike Tour

Cruise through Madrid on this guided bike tour as you take in many of the city's highlights. Ride on convenient cycle paths, pedestrian zones, and parks so you won't have to navigate traffic, as you take in Madrid's charming neighborhoods, parks, and more. Start your tour with a short explanation about how to safely ride your bikes. Make your way to Plaza de Oriente and hear the stories about the creation of the statue of Filip IV, the Royal Palace, the Cathedral, San Nicolas Church, Plaza de la Villa, Mercado San Miguel, Plaza Mayor, Santa Ana, and Caixa Forum. Pass the Prado Museum, the Retiro Park, and Puerta de Alcalá before making your way Puerta del Sol, the literal middle point of Spain. Add to your experience by selecting the tapas option and enjoy 3 pintxos and a non-alcoholic drink and the end of your tour.

From Madrid: Toledo, Alcázar, Segovia, and Avila Guided Tour

3. From Madrid: Toledo, Alcázar, Segovia, and Avila Guided Tour

Embark on a tour to discover the main attractions of Toledo and Segovia, two of the most popular cities in Spain, both declared World Heritage Sites by UNESCO. Enjoy guided walks, entry tickets to the Alcázar of Segovia, and plenty of free time to explore. Your trip also includes a stop in Avila. Starting from Ventas in Madrid, depart first thing in the morning to Toledo. Once there, stop at a viewpoint next to the city to take unbeatable panoramic photos. Next, begin your guided visit to Zocodover Square, before crossing over the river to reach the San Martín Bridge. Walking through the narrow streets of Toledo, head to the cathedral. On the way, see the Jewish neighborhood, learn about some of Toledo's illustrious characters, and discover the best places to buy typical Toledo products. Next, you will have the chance to visit a damasquinado workshop where you will observe artisans as they inlay gold and silver threads to create handicrafts that can be purchased as souvenirs. Head to Segovia and enjoy some free time on your own to experience the gastronomy of the city before starting your guided visit. Your guide will show you a good spot to admire the views of the mountains and will talk about Segovian architecture. With your guide, walk to the Alcázar of Segovia, seeing the Cathedral of Segovia and the Plaza Mayor on your way. Once there, greet your guide who will then give you access to visit the inside of the castle. Buy souvenirs, take photos, or explore the area further before going to Avila. The last stop will be in Avila where you’ll walk through the streets and corners to experience the city's great heritage legacy. Enjoy views of the city's medieval walls dating from the 11th century and visit the Mirador de los Cuatro Postes monument, where you'll have the opportunity to take pictures.

Madrid: Private Customized Walking Tour with a Local Host

4. Madrid: Private Customized Walking Tour with a Local Host

Discover Madrid through the eyes of a local on a customized private walking tour. Meet at your hotel or Airbnb to get familiar with your neighborhood and learn where the best places to buy groceries or eat out are. Alternatively, meet at a centrally located landmark and get an insight into life in the city from a local who is passionate about their city and eager to share all the tips and tricks to help you make the most of your stay. The right host will be hand-picked for you based on your interests and each tour is completely unique to you. Choose the meeting point, start time and length that you prefer. Hear how to get around, and learn about the top things to see and do during your stay. Chat about life in the city and exchange cultural differences. Feel more comfortable navigating your way around on your own, confident that you have all the information you need

Madrid: Guided Tour of Bernabéu Stadium

5. Madrid: Guided Tour of Bernabéu Stadium

Visit the home stadium for Real Madrid FC where you'll get to walk in the footsteps of amazing players, great coaches, and legendary teams. Relive more than a hundred years of the club's history. Feel the excitement of being on the pitch, the thrill of a pre-match tension, and the glow of past glories.  Enjoy a panoramic view of the stadium from one of the four towers. Enter the trophy room and take some pictures of the impressive collection of the most awarded football club in the world. Real Madrid is the most awarded football club in the world and you'll also have a chance to enter the Trophy Room. Get to know the history that has molded one of the world's best soccer teams.

Segovia: Hot Air Balloon Ride and Historical City Tour

6. Segovia: Hot Air Balloon Ride and Historical City Tour

Enjoy a 1-hour morning hot-air balloon flight over the city of Segovia. Arrive at the take-off point with sufficient time to observe the inflation of the balloon and receive instructions from an expert pilot with years of experience. Fly over the aqueduct, the Cathedral, and the former royal palace and fortress - the Alcázar Real. Receive pictures and videos taken during the flight. A ceremony will be held at the end of the flight complete with champagne, breakfast, and a certificate when you touch down. Continue the tour of the city, as you discover the Roman aqueduct, a UNESCO World Heritage site, on a walking tour led by our official guide. Marvel at this emblematic 1st-century monument, considered Spain's most important example of Roman-era civil engineering. Cap off this unforgettable day with the last Gothic cathedral built in Spain and the former royal palace and fortress, the Alcázar Real, built on a cliff at the confluence of two rivers near the Sierra de Guadarrama mountain range. Return to the center of Madrid in a comfortable minibus, while your guide recommends things to do during the rest of your stay.

From Madrid: Toledo Tour & Zip Line Experience

7. From Madrid: Toledo Tour & Zip Line Experience

Visit the historical city of Toledo on a day trip from Madrid. The city itself is like an immense museum, home to some of Spain’s top monuments. Toledo is also known as the City of 3 Cultures, as for an extended period Christian, Islamic and Jewish residents lived together peacefully within its walls. Its old Gothic and Renaissance architecture and narrow streets and alleys, along with its well-preserved condition has led to its listing as a National Monument, and as a World Heritage City by UNESCO.  If you prefer to discover Toledo on your own, you can visit the city at your leisure and discover its important monuments and historic neighborhoods. Take a comfortable ride on the Tourist Train to see the sights of Toledo and enjoy commentary about the city's history along the way. Discover the longest zip line in Europe and enjoy this unique experience in a breathtaking setting.

From Madrid: Toledo Cathedral & Jewish Quarter Half-Day Tour

8. From Madrid: Toledo Cathedral & Jewish Quarter Half-Day Tour

Set out from Madrid to discover a city where Christians, Jews, and Muslims intermingled hundreds of years ago in this half-day tour of Toledo. Visit the High Gothic cathedral, Plaza de Zocodover, and Church of Santo Tomé. Walk the same streets described in Cervantes’s Don Quixote. The tour starts with a bus ride from Madrid. Upon arrival in Toledo, stop first at the Mirador del Valle. Snap a picture of the panoramic view. The historic center of Toledo stands on the other side of the Tagus River. Spot the Alcazar and the Toledo Cathedral with their prominent towers. In the old city, stop in the Plaza del Ayuntamiento. Learn about the Toledo Cathedral before entering. Look for features in the mudejar style. They are one example of the influence Islamic architecture had on the church’s design. Don’t miss the ornate retable while walking through the cathedral.  From the Cathedral, wind along the streets into the Jewish Quarter. The buildings showcase the mixing of cultures hundreds of years ago, such as the Church of San Tome. Go inside to see a large painting by El Greco. Note the elongated faces and hands. They are the painter’s trademarks. Continue further to the Synagogue of Santa Maria La Blanca. Look around to find the various Jewish, Christian, and Islamic influences. Learn more of Toledo’s history and contributions to Spanish culture before heading back to Madrid. 

Madrid City Bike Tour | Reduced Groups

9. Madrid City Bike Tour | Reduced Groups

Enjoy the sights of Madrid as you cycle through the city, enjoying the freedom and convenience of traveling by bike. This 3-hour excursion takes in all of the city's major landmarks. The tour begins at the steps of Madrid's famous Templo de Debod. This is actually one of the few Egyptian temples found outside Egypt today. From here you'll cycle past the Royal Palace, and continue on to the Cathedral of La Almudena, Plaza de la Villa, and the San Miguel Market en route to the city’s main square - Plaza Mayor. After visiting the Plaza, cycle through some of the city's traffic-free zones to the Plaza de Santa Ana, then down to the Prado Museum. Afterward, climb up a gentle hill to arrive at Retiro Park. Leaving the park by the imposing Alcala Gate, the tour continues toward Calle Serrano and Plaza de Colon. Wind your way through the lively streets, past the boutiques and cafés of the Chueca district, to Calle Fuencarral and then Plaza de España.

Madrid: History of Tapas Walking Tour and Tasting

10. Madrid: History of Tapas Walking Tour and Tasting

Benefit from the deep knowledge of a local guide in Madrid's tapas scene with a walking tour and tasting experience. In a small group of no more than 10 people, find some secret spots with great tapas traditions in the old city. See, smell, and taste the astonishing San Miguel Market with its narrow and old-stone city streets and discover the very Spanish tradition of "going for tapas".   For more than three hundred years, Spaniards from all localities continue to enjoy this custom. It is claimed that King Alfonso X ordered that in the small restaurants of Castile, no wine be served if not accompanied by food. Another version of history claims the origin of tapas lies in the bars and taverns that began to cover glasses with pieces of bread or slices of ham to prevent flies from entering the drink.

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Overall rating

4.6 / 5

based on 410 reviews

It was a wonderful experience! Our guide was Olga a wonderful person with a lot of humour! We took the express Toledo experience but I recommend you to take the whole day trip! Totally money worthy!

Fantastic introduction to the city of Madrid by bicycle. We thoroughly enjoyed the tour, The history of the city and particularly the lunch recommendation which followed at Meson de champiñón!

Very fun tour and a great way to see lots of points of interest in a short amount of time.

We only had one day in Madrid so it was an excellent way of seeing Toledo.

very good tour.We went to Alcazar ,army museum and casa museum El Greco.