10 hours, Start: 09:00
Extraordinary Excursion to Segovia and Avila from Madrid in a comfortable air-conditioned bus to discover two World Heritage cities which surprise so its visitors.
Tour Segovia & Avila begins with a walking guided tour of Segovia that starts under the imposing and world-famous Segovia Aqueduct. We will visit the main monuments, enclaves and viewpoints that make Segovia one of the essential excursions from Madrid: The Plaza Mayor, the spectacular Gothic Cathedral of Santa María, the viewpoint of Canaleja, .. and, of course, another of its tourist icons is the Alcazar of Segovia, its the unique castle with the appearance of a fairytale palace of Disney, with this magical atmosphere that produces this place we will finish our walking guided tour of Segovia to have a free time to enjoy this amazing city on your own.
Our Segovia & Avila tour continues with a walking guided tour of Avila with which you will discover the history, curiosities and legends of the best preserved urban walled enclosure in the world and the most famous Spanish saint, Santa Teresa.
With our walking guided tour we will visit the impressive medieval wall, the splendid Gothic Cathedral, the Romanesque Basilica of San Vicente, the Small Market Square and the Baroque Convent-Church of Santa Teresa among other places of interest.
After the walking guided tour of Avila, you will have free time to continue discovering the city at your own pace or simply enjoy the terraces and buy the typical yolks of Ávila. We will return to Madrid with unforgettable memories of one of the most amazing excursions from Madrid. Enjoy this day with us.
Enjoy a guided walking tour in both cities.
Explore historic Avila and Segovia, a heritage of mankind cities.
Discover the most important monuments of Segovia.
Discover the Aqueduct of Segovia, one of the best-preserved monuments on the Iberian Peninsula.
See the monuments of Segovia such as the Alcázar and cathedral.
Explore Avila, the city of Spain's most beloved saint.
Gaze upon the fortified walls and towers of Avila.