1-Day Avila & Segovia Tour from Madrid

  • Tour code: 300-3655
  • Available: Mon, Wed, Fri, Sat, Sun(Nov - Mar); Daily(Apr - Oct)
  • Depart from: Madrid, Spain
  • Duration: 8 Hours
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Explore great and beautiful sites - the cities of Avila and Segovia. Both are World Cultural Heritage!

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  • Children less than 6 years old travel for free (maximum one child per adult).

Tour Itinerary

  • Day 1
    Madrid - Avila - Segovia - Madrid (247 km)
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Day 1 Madrid - Avila - Segovia - Madrid(247 km)

Guests of this tour will be picked up at 9:00am in Madrid. We will depart for the small city of Avila, one of the oldest in Spain, which is surrounded by well-preserved medieval walls and home to an impressive castle. We will visit the city's Old Town, the Basilica of San Vicente, the Cathedral, the Convent of Saint Therese, and the Plaza Mayor. Afterward, we will continue to Segovia, which is full of historical monuments like the Segovia Cathedral and the Alcazar of Segovia, perhaps the most impressive castle in Spain. Guests will be returned to Madrid at the end of this tour. Please see "Departure and Return" for more detailed information regarding pickup and drop-off times and locations.

Avila is a small town in Castile and Leon, Spain. Not much has changed since the Middle Ages, as far as the architecture is concerned, as the town's original medieval defense walls still proudly stand.

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    The medieval walls that surround the Castilian town of Avila, which boasts one of the highest numbers of Romanesque and Gothic churches in the whole of Spain, still stand, impressively guarding the city.
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    This Romanesque church in Avila is considered one of the best examples of that particular architectural style in Spain, named for one of the early martyrs of the Catholic church.
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    The Romanesque Cathedral of Avila is built right into the medieval walls that wrap around the old town, because it was originally planned as a dual cathedral and fortress, though no one is sure when it was constructed.
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    Built over the birthplace of its namesake saint in 1636, this convent is operated by Carmelite nuns and was constructed in the Baroque style of architecture.
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    Avila's Plaza Mayor is modest, but it still must be appreciated by any visitors, who will enter the area under the Romanesque/Gothic arches that line the plaza's exterior. Avila City Hall is the most prominent building.

Being one of the largest Roman structures in Spain, it was built in the period of "Flavio" around 50AD. With a profound culture and history in Segovia, you can visit Segovia Aqueduct, Alcazar de Segovia etc.

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    This incredible cathedral in Segovia was built towards the end of the Gothic period, between 1525-1577. The facility is built on a hill, towering over the rest of the city, and is brightly illuminated after dark.
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    Like the other Alcazars located throughout Spain, the one in Segovia was a renovated Arab fortress, converted to a magnificent castle after the Christian reconquest of Spain. It rests at the far-northern edge of town, atop a steep cliff.
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