4-Day Break to visit Madrid and nearby cities. This stunning private accessible trip is targeted for people with limited mobility. Make a culture-rich long weekend visiting Madrid and nearby cities like Toledo, El Escorial and Segovia. For a city break to really get excited about, Madrid is the place to go. Whether you're looking for culture, scenery or traditional culinary fare, this trip won't let you down. Like all European capitals, Madrid bustles with constant activity so there's always something to see and do. We propose you to come wih us and visit cities such as El Escorial, Toledo and Segovia. Please see below the trip highlights.
This is an entirely step-free accessible guided tour of 4 hour duration. Includes a wheelchair adapted van for transportation. It involves very little walking/rolling. Includes a free scooter. We will discover together the most spectacular buildings and monuments that Madrid has to offer with a panoramic accessible tour around the whole city. Tour Highlights: Plaza Mayor, San Miguel's Food market, Puerta del Sol, Plaza de la Villa, Royal Palace, Almudena Cathedral, Plaza de España, Latina District, Parque del Retiro, Congress, Neptuno Fountain, The Prado Museum, Thyssen Museum, Atocha Station, Cybele Fountain, City Hall, Las Ventas Bullring, Salamanca District, Plaza de Colón, Puerta de Alcalá, Financial District - Modern Madrid, Santiago Bernabéu Stadium, Paseo de la Castellana.
The Basilica of the Valley, located about 9 kilometres from El Escorial. It is an enormous monument built between 1940 and 1959 to honor the Spaniards killed during the civil war. It is a basilica excavated in the mountain at 1350 metres above sea level where an impressive 150 metre-high cross places itself over the magnificent nature reserve of Madrid mountain range.
A UNESCO World Heritage Site, El Escorial is a symbol of the Spanish Power in the 16th century and commemorates the San Quintin Battle. It is also a mausoleum for Charles V. We will also visit the Hapsburg Palace, Kings and Princes Mausoleum, Chapter House and the Basilica.
Segovia: This is one of Spain's most famous historic cities. It is located in the Castilla and León region just an hour drive from Madrid. The collection of historical monuments, their conservation together with its beauty, makes this an impressive city to visit. It was declared a World Heritage Site in 1985. Monuments to visit: The Aquaduct, The Cathedral, Alcázar de Segovia, Calle Real, Iglesia de la Vera Cruz and much more.
Toledo is one of Europe’s oldest cities and home to famous works by El Greco. The tour includes the Gothic cathedral (entrance included), Monastery of San Juan de los Reyes, The Alcazar Fortress, Greco Museum, City gates and bridges, Zocodover Square, Tavera Hospital, The Sinagogues, Santa Cruz Museum..and much more. Toledo mixes Spanish architecture representing the Arab, Gothic, Mudejar, Renaissance, and Baroque styles. Panoramic Tour stopping at the magnificent city viewpoints.