5 days Packs
The5 days pack A is designed with the following walking routes: America, Independence, Institutions, the visits to el Escorial, Segovia and Madrid night sightseeing by coach.
Route America: After the visit to the Navy Museum, it starts at the Colon square, goes through Retiro Park and finish at Atocha.
Parcours Institutions: Completing the visit to the Royal Palace with a walk into all the locations representing the State, Region and City institutions, from the Spanish Navy Square to the Loyalty square.
Parcours Independence: This route describes the History of the 19thcentury, from Dos de Mayo square to Moncloa square. It is completed with the visit of Air Force Museum and/or Romanticism Museum.
El Escorial-Manzanares el Real: We walk all over the Monastery of El Escorial, paying special attention to the Battle room. During the afternoon, we visit Manzanares el Real where we explore the magnificent castle of the XV century and, from its walls, we enjoy of the marvelous views of the Madrid's mountains.
Segovia: We remember the Roman Empire thanks to the imposing aqueduct. We enter in the christian and jewish districts, without forgetting the Alcazar, where we will visit its Museum.
The 5 days pack B is designed with the following walking routes: Axis South-North and East, and the visits to Alcala de Henares, Avila, Toledo, and Madrid night sightseeing by coach.
Route South-North Axis: The axis Prado-Recoletos-Castellana is one of the most important avenues in the city. Between the Prado Museum and the Santiago Bernabeu's Stadium, the coach will drive you from the visit to the Prado Museum to the Real Madrid. If you do not wish to visit the Santiago Bernabeu Stadium, we offer instead a shopping afternoon in Serrano St.
Route of the East: We will explore the remains of Barajas Castle and discover the secrets of the nearby Capricho Park. The visit to the Pardo Palace is planned in the afternoon.
Alcalá de Henares: We discover the Roman times through the archeological sites of Complutum and the Hippolitus house, the Middle Age at the interpretation center and the city walls, and the Renaissance walking in the city and having a curious watch to the Cervantes House. A short visit to the Archeological Museum of the Region of Madrid has also being planned.
Avila: We live a unique experience exploring the Celtic kaer Mesa de Miranda, at Chamartín village. In the afternoon, walking on the streets of Avila, we will see the evolution of the city, from Celts to middle ages.
Toledo: We begin by visiting the Army Museum, . During the afternoon, we walk through the streets of Toledo discovering the cultural diversity of its Christian, Moorish and Jewish districts. The History of Spain in every detail.