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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. Then, enjoy a walking tour of the city's sights with a guide. Visit Toledo 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: City Tour by Private Eco Tuk-Tuk

2. Madrid: City Tour by Private Eco Tuk-Tuk

Embark on an electric tuk-tuk tour of Madrid and discover some of the main monuments of the city. Enjoy the perfect introduction to Madrid as your guide recommends places to visit during your stay. Admire the exterior of some of Madrid's most iconic landmarks including the Royal Palace and the Almudena Cathedral. Ride through the charming neighborhoods of Las Letras and Retiro and see the House of Cervantes and the Church of Los Jerónimos. See the Palacio de las Cortes, the Puerta de Alcalá, and the facades of the museums of Paseo del Prado on this fun and exciting adventure through the city.

Madrid: Wine and Tapas Walking Tour

3. Madrid: Wine and Tapas Walking Tour

Go beyond the usual tourist's perspective of Madrid's main sights on a guided tapas tour. Taste tapas like the locals do and discover hidden spots in the very heart of Madrid. Enjoy at least 12 tapas at four different places, as well as a glass of wine at each location. Find something special at each venue, be it a typical dish, a specific type of wine, or the atmosphere. Go to a bar, enjoy your wine and free tapas, order something extra to eat if it catches your fancy, and, once you’ve finished, move on to the next venue. It's as simple as that. Get ready to taste your way around Spain with a range of dishes and wines from various regions of the country. Learn about the origins of the dishes, and hear anecdotes about Madrid from your guide.

Madrid: Segovia & Avila Day Trip with Optional Entry Tickets

4. Madrid: Segovia & Avila Day Trip with Optional Entry Tickets

Embark on a full-day guided tour to the UNESCO-listed cities of Segovia and Avila aboard an air-conditioned bus. Go inside the Alcazar of Segovia with entrance tickets and a guide. Marvel at Avila's cathedral and other emblematic monuments on a walking tour. Experience Segovia, a city rich in historical monuments. See the magnificent Roman Aqueduct, built in 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. Then, continue on to Avila and take a walking tour through one of Spain’s oldest cities. Marvel at its well-preserved, castle-like walls dating back to 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, admire 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.

Madrid: Museo del Prado Guided Tour

5. Madrid: Museo del Prado Guided Tour

We will meet at the Goya Statue, right in front the Museum's ticket office. Our guide we will have our sign: The guides you need. Once we meet, we will go inside to tour whatever you want to (actually, in case you really want to see something specific you can always send a mail to us). This modality is made for the costumer to custom the tour so we can move however we want inside the Museum. Nevertheless, for a better comprehension of what we are seeing, we always suggest a chronological tour –with one or two exceptions because of the actual size of the gallery–. And, of course, the highlights: Bosch, Van der Weyden, Durer, Raphael, Titian, Tintoretto, Greco, Murillo, Velázquez, Goya... All the best of one of the best Museums in the world and certainly a top 3 if we speak about painting.

From Madrid: Toledo and Segovia Tour with Alcazar Admission

6. From Madrid: Toledo and Segovia Tour with Alcazar Admission

Don't miss Toledo, a city at the crossroads of different civilizations, cultures, eras, and styles. Enjoy the convenience of roundtrip transfer from Madrid. Meet your guide just outside the center to enjoy a panoramic view of the city before wandering through the old town, declared a National Monument and UNESCO World Heritage Site.   Let your guide point out magnificent examples of Mudejar, Romanesque, Gothic, Renaissance, and Baroque architecture that stand as legacies of the different cultures and civilizations that thrived within the city's walls. Enjoy free time to wander the winding streets of the historic center and perhaps grab a bite to eat. Meet your guide back at the famous Toledo Cathedral for a guided tour of the interior of this paragon of Spanish Gothic architecture. Previously the site of the city mosque before it was built in the 13th century, the cathedral contains some aspects of Mudejar style and architectural elements. After your cathedral visit, free time to have lunch on your on and head back to the tour start point to catch your bus back to Madrid and then continue to Segovia. Upon arrival the experience begins with a walking tour around Plaza del Azoguejo where you can admire the Roman Aqueduct. Then we’ll continue walking through the old town to see the Town Hall Square, to admire the exterior of the outside of the Gothic Cathedral and of course the interior of the Alcázar Castle of the 12th century, former fortified residence of the kings of Castile

Madrid: 3-Hour Highlights Bike Tour (with E-bike Option)

7. Madrid: 3-Hour Highlights Bike Tour (with E-bike Option)

Cruise through Madrid on this guided bike tour as you take in many of the city's highlights. Ride on convenient cycle paths, in pedestrian zones, and through parks so you won't have to navigate traffic. Have the option to finish your tour with local snacks and a refreshing beverage.  Start your tour with a short explanation about how to safely ride your bike. 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, and the San Nicolas Church. Admire the some of the oldest buildings in the city at the Plaza de la Villa and asorb the bustle of the Mercado San Miguel. Pass through the grand squares of Plaza Mayor and Santa Ana, before viewing the living wall of the Caixa Forum museum.  Pass the Prado Museum, Retiro Park, and Puerta de Alcalá before making your way to Puerta del Sol. Add to your experience by selecting the tapas option and enjoy 3 pintxos (small plates) and a non-alcoholic drink and the end of your tour.

From Madrid: Toledo Guided Day Trip

8. From Madrid: Toledo Guided Day Trip

Join a guided day trip from Madrid and visit the historical city of Toledo. The city is listed as a National Monument and a UNESCO World Heritage City and is home to some of Spain’s top monuments.  Toledo is known as the City of 3 Cultures, as for an extended period Christian, Islamic, and Jewish residents lived together peacefully within its walls.  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 on your own, you can visit the city at your leisure to discover its monuments and historic neighborhoods without a guide.

Madrid: Guided Day Tour of Toledo & High-Speed Train Ticket

9. Madrid: Guided Day Tour of Toledo & High-Speed Train Ticket

Explore the historic city of Toledo on a guided tour from Madrid by the AVE train. Learn about the city with a walking tour and free time to explore. Begin the experience in the most comfortable way, aboard the fastest train in Spain, and reach Toledo in just 30 minutes. Enjoy the views of the countryside onboard a comfortable air-conditioned carriage. After a scenic ride, arrive in the beautiful Imperial city of Toledo, declared a World Heritage by UNESCO. Toledo is one of the oldest cities in Europe with buildings that mix architectural styles including Arabic, Gothic, Mudejar, Renaissance, and Baroque, also it is called the “city of the three cultures” since Christians, Muslims, and Jews lived together here. Enter the heart of Toledo, and discover its most historically significant monuments. Explore the Jewish Quarter and the area of the convents, with stories and legends that will trace back to the centuries before the Muslim conquest gems. Discover the most emblematic places of the city, its history, its corners, and anecdotes, and its main monuments such as the Cathedral of Toledo, whose architecture is a wonderful example of the Spanish Gothic style. After, enjoy some free time, before heading back to Madrid.

Madrid: Local Tapas and Wine Tour with Drinks & Views

10. Madrid: Local Tapas and Wine Tour with Drinks & Views

Enjoy the true art of Tapeo in this experience in which you will discover Spanish gastronomy from bar to bar visiting different neighborhoods. The tour will start at the San Miguel square and head to La Latina, Cava Baja street, where most of the famous sites for Tapeo exist. There, taste traditional Spanish croquettes, particularly ham or even shellfish, of course, a good wine to pair. The route will continue through different bars in the center of Madrid, where you taste typical mushroom tapas or Padrón peppers. Answer the important questions, why are some hot and others not? accompanied by a beer or cider. Near the last stop, the tour arrives in the San Miguel Market, to taste the famous pintxos of Bilbao accompanied by a Txakoli glass. Afterward, walk through the Plaza Mayor and Barrio de las Letras, where famous poets and artists spent the best years of their lives. The last tasting stop is a traditional meat cheek with mashed potatoes, paired with a good wine, preferably red. Can you think of a better ending than going up to a terrace with excellent views of Madrid to enjoy a drink? (Only available on the evening tour.) Have fun and feel unique in your experience in a small group premium tour.

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based on 1,105 reviews

First of all, our guide was incredibly friendly and well informed about Madrid and its history. Accordingly, he told us interesting facts and stories about the city at the different sights (like the Retiro Park, the Plaza Mayor, the Royal Castle and more) and also in between every now and then. Our guide also made sure that we had enough time to take pictures and look at everything in peace. He also assisted in taking photos and group pictures if we were interested. and to see everything we wanted. The bikes we used were of excellent quality and in perfect condition. We had no problems with them and were able to ride comfortably through the streets of Madrid.

I went with the 4 pm, 2 hour tour and it was the perfect time. Pablo is very kind and polite and was able to answer all of the questions that I had. I learned a lot about the city during the tour and saw many important landmarks in the 2 hour period. I learned enough about the different areas that I can go back and explore them myself. I’m not sure how different it would have been if I opted for the additional hours but I had a great time either way.

This was such a fun addition to our stay in Madrid. Raul was a great guide explaining history and culture about Madrid and Tapas. All of the food and drinks were delicious and the company was great too!

Carmen is the best! Funny, enthusiastic and answers all questions! You could tell she just loves the people and is interested in their cultures too!

good way to have a brief introduction of madrid without having to do much walking , then go back to the places you want to see in detail.