1 Day Toledo Sightseeing Tour from Madrid

  • Tour code: 500-3219
  • Available: Daily
  • Depart from: Madrid, Spain
  • Duration: 7 Hours 30 Minutes
From USD$85.91

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Highlights:

Visit Madrid (Calle Mayor, Fountain of Cibeles, Gran Via, Paseo de la Castellana, Plaza de Castilla, Puerta de Alcala, Royal Palace of Madrid, Santiago Bernabeu Stadium), Toledo (Iglesia de Santo Tome, Jewish Quarter, Toledo Cathedral).

Special Remarks:

  • Go all over the 'must see' places in Madrid.
  • Discover the charming Toledo and its medieval appearance.

Pricing Details

Adult:$85.91
Child:$63
Senior:$75.60

Tour Itinerary

  • Day 1 Madrid-Toledo-Madrid(139 km)
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Day 1 Madrid-Toledo-Madrid(139 km)

After pickup in Madrid, we will drive south to Toledo, and amazing medieval city that served as a crossroads of Spanish Christian, aJewish, and Muslim cultures. Here, we will see the Cathedral, the Church of St. Tome, the Synagogue of Santa Maria la Blanca, the Jewish Quarter, the Mosque of El Cristo de la Luz, and more. Comfortable shoes are recommended. Afterwards, we will return to Madrid to go on a sightseeing tour of the capital. We will begin by observing the medieval origins of the city at places like the Arabic Fortress and the Barrio de la Moreria. We will also discover the elements of Hapsburg Madrid. Along the way, we will see the Royal Palace, the Calle Mayor, the Plaza Mayor, the Cibeles Fountain, Neptune Fountain, and the Puerta de Alcala. We will also see the Prado Museum, the Gran Via, Ventas Bullring, the Santiago Bernabeau, and much more.

Toledo is known as the "Imperial City" for having been the main venue of the court of Charles I, and as the "City of the Three Cultures", having been influenced by a historical co-existence of Christians, Muslims and Jews.

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    One of the prime examples of Spanish-Gothic architecture, Toledo's Cathedral was built as part of a highly concentrated effort to cover up all non-Christian religious buildings and symbols, as Toledo has a large historical population of Jews and Muslims.
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    This church in Toledo was built during the period of the Spanish Reconquest over an old mosque, and visitors can still see the arabesque designs on the exterior of the church's tower, which was the mosques old minaret.
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    Toledo's historic Jewish Quarter was a bustling urban center prior to the Spanish Inquisition during the Renaissance. It's narrow streets and winding passageways create a labyrinth within Toledo.

Madrid is both the capital of Spain and its largest city. A modern city with a historic architecture where you can visit the Royal Palace, Prado Museum, Bernabeu Stadium, Fountain of Cibeles and more.

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    The Calle Mayor is a major thoroughfare in Madrid which ties into the city's history, with many old and historic buildings lining it.
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    This Baroque palace is the official residence of the Spanish Royal Family, although it is only used for state functions. Built in 1738, the palace is nearly 1.5 million square-feet, and contains paintings by many European greats.
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    The centerpiece of the plaza that bears the same name, the Fountain of Cibeles features a statue of an ancient Phrygian goddess sitting atop a lion-drawn chariot, who has been adopted as a symbol of the city of Madrid.
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    This monument is designed in the neo-Classical style, and stands near Madrid's city center, reminiscent of the old medieval gates to the city, although this gate stands alone.
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    La Castellana is a wide avenue that cuts North-to-South through the very center of Madrid, one of the city's busiest streets, and home to some of its most famous buildings including the Puerta de Europa and the Santiago Bernabeu stadium.
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    Along the Paseo de la Castellana lies the Plaza de Castilla, a large public square and convergence point for some of the Madrid's busiest streets. At its center lies the Caja Madrid Obelisk and the Puerta de Europa towers are on its north end.
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    Home of legendary Real Madrid Club de Futbol, perhaps the most famous sports team in the world, the stadium was opened in 1947 and is the second-largest of any European soccer team, behind only arch-rivals Barcelona's Camp Nou.
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    The Gran Via, oftentimes referred to as "The Spanish Broadway," is a central avenue in Madrid with some of the finest shops in the city, not to mention one of the most active nightlife scenes of any European city.

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