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Madrid River Segway Tour

1. Madrid River Segway Tour

Start your Segway tour with a brief visit to the Royal Palace. After, you will descend to the Manzanares River to reach La Puerta de San Vicente and the Puente del Rey, which provided the passage from the Royal Palace to the Casa de Campo.   You will then have time to admire the Segovia Bridge, a Renaissance work by Juan de Herrera, before reaching the Bridge of Andorra and the Bridge of Toledo. One of the most beautiful of Madrid, the bridge is baroque style and was ordered to be constructed by Felipe IV who ordered.   From this, you will continue to the Pasarela de La Arganzuela bridge, the most modern in Madrid. After enjoying time in this green area, you will go back to the center through the Puerta de Toledo, stopping at the church of San Francisco el Grande. Finally, you will visit the Plaza de Oriente and pass through the Cathedral of La Almudena. Don’t miss out on this exciting adventure through Madrid!      

Madrid Sightseeing Tour and Prado Museum Guided Visit

2. Madrid Sightseeing Tour and Prado Museum Guided Visit

Enjoy a combined 5-hour sightseeing tour of Madrid’s historic neighborhoods and fabled Prado Museum, home to one of the world’s greatest collections of art. Take a journey through history and explore Madrid's medieval origins, seeing sites such as the Arabic fortress from the days of Muslim rule and the Art Deco buildings of Gran Via. See the Renaissance and Baroque buildings of Calle Mayor, Plaza Mayor, and Plaza de la Villa from the Hapsburg Madrid of Felipe II. Learn about the Bourbon layout laid down under Carlos III, and see the ostentatious Royal Palace, Cibeles Fountain, and Puerta de Alcalá. Discover a more contemporary side to Madrid at the emblematic Ventas Bullring and Santiago Bernabeu Football Stadium. Experience Paseo del Prado (Walk of Art: Thyssen, Prado & Reina Sofía Museums), Royal Botanic Gardens of Madrid, Cibeles Square, Alcalá's Gate or Gran Vía Street. Then, skip the line and explore Madrid’s Prado Museum and see some of the world’s great masterpieces. Start with the works of Bosch, including The Garden of Earthly Delights, and continue through rooms devoted to Greco and Velázquez, and end with Goya’s portait of the family of Carlos IV and the masterful Third of May 1808.

Uncover Madrid's Inquisition Secrets: An In-App Audio Tour

3. Uncover Madrid's Inquisition Secrets: An In-App Audio Tour

Dive into Madrid's darker history with an in-app audio tour focusing on the city's ties to the Spanish Inquisition. This narrative is designed for inquisitive adult travelers interested in the cultural and historical intricacies of Spain's capital through the lens of its bygone era of religious trials and tribulations. Beginning at Plaza de Isabel II and concluding at the secret Inquisition Jail, the tour follows the shadows of the city's past, winding through six historically significant sites. The starting point sets the stage with an introduction to the founders of the Spanish Inquisition. The journey then takes a sobering twist in Plaza Mayor, where once severe judgments were witnessed. The tour glides through Plaza de la Provincia, touching upon the Black Legend, before reaching Palace of the Holy Cross, a former seat of grim control. Concluding at the Inquisition Jail marks a chilling remembrance of persecution. Along the way, immerse in vivid reconstructions of the past and sense the weight of history that shaped the city. From spine-tingling narratives at the Inquisitio, this audio tour facilitates a journey that entwines the threads of Madrid's somber history with the fabric of its current beauty. HOW IS THE TOUR GOING — Stay flexible: [join the tour whenever you want and] explore the sights as long as you like. — Enjoy the tour even offline: all audio tours are tested for high quality and easy navigation.

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Madrid River Segway Tour

Madrid River Segway Tour

Start your Segway tour with a brief visit to the Royal Palace. After, you will descend to the Manzanares River to reach La Puerta de San Vicente and the Puente del Rey, which provided the passage from the Royal Palace to the Casa de Campo.   You will then have time to admire the Segovia Bridge, a Renaissance work by Juan de Herrera, before reaching the Bridge of Andorra and the Bridge of Toledo. One of the most beautiful of Madrid, the bridge is baroque style and was ordered to be constructed by Felipe IV who ordered.   From this, you will continue to the Pasarela de La Arganzuela bridge, the most modern in Madrid. After enjoying time in this green area, you will go back to the center through the Puerta de Toledo, stopping at the church of San Francisco el Grande. Finally, you will visit the Plaza de Oriente and pass through the Cathedral of La Almudena. Don’t miss out on this exciting adventure through Madrid!      

Madrid Sightseeing Tour and Prado Museum Guided Visit

Madrid Sightseeing Tour and Prado Museum Guided Visit

Enjoy a combined 5-hour sightseeing tour of Madrid’s historic neighborhoods and fabled Prado Museum, home to one of the world’s greatest collections of art. Take a journey through history and explore Madrid's medieval origins, seeing sites such as the Arabic fortress from the days of Muslim rule and the Art Deco buildings of Gran Via. See the Renaissance and Baroque buildings of Calle Mayor, Plaza Mayor, and Plaza de la Villa from the Hapsburg Madrid of Felipe II. Learn about the Bourbon layout laid down under Carlos III, and see the ostentatious Royal Palace, Cibeles Fountain, and Puerta de Alcalá. Discover a more contemporary side to Madrid at the emblematic Ventas Bullring and Santiago Bernabeu Football Stadium. Experience Paseo del Prado (Walk of Art: Thyssen, Prado & Reina Sofía Museums), Royal Botanic Gardens of Madrid, Cibeles Square, Alcalá's Gate or Gran Vía Street. Then, skip the line and explore Madrid’s Prado Museum and see some of the world’s great masterpieces. Start with the works of Bosch, including The Garden of Earthly Delights, and continue through rooms devoted to Greco and Velázquez, and end with Goya’s portait of the family of Carlos IV and the masterful Third of May 1808.

Uncover Madrid's Inquisition Secrets: An In-App Audio Tour

Uncover Madrid's Inquisition Secrets: An In-App Audio Tour

Dive into Madrid's darker history with an in-app audio tour focusing on the city's ties to the Spanish Inquisition. This narrative is designed for inquisitive adult travelers interested in the cultural and historical intricacies of Spain's capital through the lens of its bygone era of religious trials and tribulations. Beginning at Plaza de Isabel II and concluding at the secret Inquisition Jail, the tour follows the shadows of the city's past, winding through six historically significant sites. The starting point sets the stage with an introduction to the founders of the Spanish Inquisition. The journey then takes a sobering twist in Plaza Mayor, where once severe judgments were witnessed. The tour glides through Plaza de la Provincia, touching upon the Black Legend, before reaching Palace of the Holy Cross, a former seat of grim control. Concluding at the Inquisition Jail marks a chilling remembrance of persecution. Along the way, immerse in vivid reconstructions of the past and sense the weight of history that shaped the city. From spine-tingling narratives at the Inquisitio, this audio tour facilitates a journey that entwines the threads of Madrid's somber history with the fabric of its current beauty. HOW IS THE TOUR GOING — Stay flexible: [join the tour whenever you want and] explore the sights as long as you like. — Enjoy the tour even offline: all audio tours are tested for high quality and easy navigation.

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