Ávila and Segovia All Included with Gastronomic Lunch
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- Free cancellation
- 9 hours
In this tour you will visit two of the most monumental cities in Spain. Walls, castles, cathedrals and the most famous Roman aqueduct in the world.
Take an excursion to visit two of Spain’s oldest cities on a full-day coach trip from Madrid. Avila and Segovia are known as Spain’s “Heritage of Mankind” cities, rich in history and featuring old monuments such as the roman aqueduct in Segovia, and the impressive walls surrounding Avila. Lunch included.
Food and drinks
Guided walking tour of 1,5 hour in Avila with Official Guide
Guided walking tour of 1,5 hour in Segovia with Official Guide
Trip by luxury bus with air conditioned and Wifi, accompanied by an official guide
Gastronomic Lunch in Avila : Beans of the boat of Avila or Castilian Soup + Avila Steak or Roasted suckling pig or Cod Loin and Red wine, mineral water and coffee.
Entrance to Basílica de San Vicente de Avila
Entrance to the Convent of Santa Teresa de Jesús
Entrance to Cathedral of Segovia
Entrance to Alcazar of Segovia
Anything not specified in the itinerary
What do I need to bring?
- Dress code is smart casual
- Comfortable walking shoes are recommended
- Warm clothes in winter
- Caps and sunscreen in Summer
Infant seats available
Public transportation nearby
Stroller or pram accessible
- Infants must not sit on laps
- Not suitable for pets
- Not wheelchair accessible
- May be operated by a multi-lingual guide
- • Dress code is smart casual
• Comfortable walking shoes are recommended
Free! Free cancellation up to 24 hours before the activity starts. If you cancel under this time or do not show up, you will not be refunded.
Guadarrama National Park
The Sierra de Guadarrama is a mountain range forming the main eastern section of the Sistema Central, the system of mountain ranges along the centre of the Iberian Peninsula. It is located between the systems Sierra de Gredos in the province of Ávila, and Sierra de Ayllón in the province of Guadalajara
Walls of Avila
The Walls of Ávila in central Spain, completed between the 11th and 14th centuries, are the city of Ávila’s principal historic feature. These fortifications are the most complete in all of Spain.
The Cathedral of Ávila is a Catholic church in Ávila in the south of Old Castile, Spain. It is in the Romanesque and Gothic architectural traditions. It was planned as a cathedral-fortress, its apse being one of the turrets of the city walls
Basilica of San Vicente
The Basilica de los Santos Hermanos Mártires, Vicente, Sabina y Cristeta, best known as Basilica de San Vicente, is a church in Ávila, Spain. It is one of the best examples of Romanesque architecture in the country.
Convent of Santa Teresa de Jesús
The Iglesia-convento de Santa Teresa is a church and convent located in Ávila, Spain. It was built by the Order of Discalced Carmelites in the 17th century, supposedly on the site where Saint Teresa of Ávila was born
Aqueduct of Segovia
The Aqueduct of Segovia is a Roman aqueduct in Segovia, Spain. It is one of the best-preserved elevated Roman aqueducts and the foremost symbol of Segovia, as evidenced by its presence on the city’s coat of arms
Segovia Cathedral is the Gothic-style Roman Catholic cathedral located in the main square of the city of Segovia, in the community of Castile-Leon, Spain. The church, dedicated to the Virgin Mary, was built in a Gothic style in the mid-16th century.
Alcazar of Segovia
The Alcázar of Segovia is a medieval alcázar located in the city of Segovia, a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Rising out on a rocky crag above the confluence of two rivers near the Guadarrama mountains, it is one of the most distinctive castle-palaces in Spain by virtue of its shape – like the bow of a ship
Calle de San Bernardo, 7
7 Calle de San Bernardo