Guided Tours in and around Madrid

Around Madrid

Madrid is an excellent starting point for innumerable trips.
Madrid is comfortably communicated with very attractive historical cities like Toledo, Segovia, Avila and Salamanca, or Granada and Seville. We organize for you cultural guided visits to all this cities , so that you never stop enjoy our amazing historical heritage.
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Royal Site of La Granja: pure 18th century

Royal Site of La Granja: pure 18th century

Experience:

Do you want to know how it feels to be a Spanish 18th century king during his summer holidays? Try our private guided tour of La Granja. When French-born Spanish king Felipe V (Philip V) launched the construction of the Royal Site of La Granja de San Ildefonso in...
El Greco’s Toledo

El Greco’s Toledo

Experience:

A private guided tour designed to discover Toledo with El Greco’s eyes, and El Greco through Toledo’s heritage. This is what our private tour guides in Toledo will offer you. El Greco lived in Toledo during the last 37 years of his life, more than anywhere...
Segovia: kings, knights, priests, merchants

Segovia: kings, knights, priests, merchants

Experience:

The spirit of the Middle Ages brought back to life with our private guided tour of Segovia! There is no better place than Segovia if you wish to understand the transformation of a Spanish town from the Low Middle Ages into the Early Modern times, from feudalism into...
Toledo: crossroads of civilizations

Toledo: crossroads of civilizations

Experience:

Toledo’s history and heritage as crossroads of civilizations, condensed in a private guided tour led by one of our art historians. This is our proposal. Romans, Visigoths, Arabs, Christian crusaders, all those who had a significant role in Spanish history left...
El Pardo, a hunter’s palace

El Pardo, a hunter’s palace

Experience:

El Pardo was in the beginning a Royal Hunting Ground, but today History is the biggest game you can hunt. Residence of Charles V, Phillipe II, Charles III, Ferdinand VII, Franco…. there are traces of all them: architectures, paintings, tapestry, furniture are...
Aranjuez: the King’s Eden

Aranjuez: the King’s Eden

Experience:

Miguel de Cervantes confirmed about Aranjuez that “true is the fame of this place that has spread all over the world”. Aranjuez was praised by its palace’s beautiful architecture, the splendid art collections or the harmony of the town design. But...
El Escorial: the pride of the Habsburgs

El Escorial: the pride of the Habsburgs

Experience:

El Escorial, more than a palace or a monastery, was since the beginning a monument, actually an architectural complex built and decorated to commemorate a victory (Saint Quentin), to pay a filial tribute from Phillip II to Charles V and to serve as symbol of the...