Less than 1/2 hour from Madrid is the historical gem of Alcalá de Henares. Tour Alcalá with a guide to discover the Roman history, the stamp the Arabics left when they settled, the huge importance Alcalá played in Renaissance Europe as an educational centre. Discover many of the famous Spanish people who lived and left their mark on Alcalá and all of Spain, and in some cases the world. If this is the only tour you take while you are in Madrid, you will be enriched by it.Read More
What do to while travelling in Spain
When you visit Spain your biggest problem will be trying to decide what you have time to do as it will be impossible to do and see everything.
Have you ever wanted to step back in time and really see and feel what life was like 700 years ago? Head to Pedraza in the province of Segovia, Spain and you can pretty much do just that. This enchanting village has changed very little in character over the past centuries and can immerse you in history much quicker than any book could ever do.Read More
If you come to Spain and all you get to see is Segovia, you will go home happy. Segovia has a 2000-year-old Roman aqueduct, a medieval castle, a gothic cathedral Roman churches, quaint pedestrian streets filled with artisan shops, and some of the best gastronomic delights in Spain.Read More
This quaint and charming village should be on every tourist's must-see list if they are in Madrid. Patones is only 45 minutes from Madrid and yet is missed by many visitors. Be sure to take an afternoon or a day to walk through this delightful village.Read More
Only 1-1/2 hours from Madrid by car, Old Town of Cuenca is an exceptional example of the medieval fortress town. Cuenca's architecture conforms to the natural landscape by building structures right into the cliffs of the gorge along the Huécar and the Júcar rivers.Read More