Take a luxurious bus trip to the UNESCO World Heritage Sites of Segovia and Toledo. A city tour and picnic await you on site.
Accompanied by a bilingual guide, you will first visit Segovia and marvel at the impressive and world-famous aqueduct of Segovia, one of its landmarks. Get to know the UNESCO World Heritage Site and its most important monuments, enclaves and viewpoints which make Segovia a worthwhile destination. Explore the Plaza Mayor, where the spectacular Gothic cathedral of Santa María shines with its own light, and head to the Canaleja lookout and the Alcázar de Segovia, a unique castle with the appearance of a fairytale palace. Your tour ends with a visit to a beautiful enclave at the confluence of the Eresma valleys and the Clamores.
Then drive to Toledo where monuments and unique enclaves await you. On a guided tour of Toledo you will see the admirable Cathedral of Toledo, the Jewish Quarter, Alcázar de Toledo and much more. You will explore a real jewel of humanity that unites the heritage of three different cultures. In addition to luxurious villas, sweeping churches, mosques, synagogues and towers you will also see the imposing city wall with a view of the Tagus before returning to Madrid.
Children under 7 years participate free of charge.
Fast track entry to Alcazar of Segovia.
• Comfortable tour in a luxurious bus
• Bilingual companion on the bus
• Guided tour along the main monuments of Toledo
• Guided tour to the main sights of Segovia
• Local English and Spanish speaking guide
• Entrance to the Alcázar of Segovia
8.50 am: Plaza de España in Madrid (tourist bus stop in front of number 7)
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