Weekend Madrid

4 days, 3 nights

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Duration: 4 days, 3 nights

This is a sample of a four-day weekend group travel package to Madrid, Spain. Best way to see the city and surroundings just in your long weekend. Enjoy! 

Included in tour:

- 3 nights in a hotel

- 3 buffet breakfasts 

- transfers to/from the airport

- full day Madrid tour

- tickets to Royal Palace

- full day Toledo tour

- tickets to Toledo's Cathedral

- 24h assistance

This group package is perfect for all groups that want to spend a weekend in Madrid, one of the most attractive and friendly European capitals today.

As Spain's capital and largest city, Madrid is steeped in cultural and artistic heritage, offering a vast array of things to do and sights to see.

Enjoy the charming city with a full day tour that include visit to Royal Palace, Plazas Espana and Sol and Gran Via street, explore the Old Quarter, Debod temple, Paseo de la Castellano and much more.

The next day you'll depart on a full day tour to the Spain's former capital and a medieval city of Toledo, just 50 km outside Madrid.

Of course, you'll have a plenty of free time to explore both Madrid on your own.

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Duration: 4 days, 3 nights. 

Hotels samples: Sterling Gran Via*** or H10 Tribeca****

The whole program is just a sample and can be customized upon your request. 

We also offer travel packages that combines visits to two of Spain's largest cities, and biggest rivals - Barcelona and Madrid

Day 1

Meet'n'Greet in the airport by our representative in the airport.

Transfer from the airport to the hotel. Check-in. 

Free evening to enjoy the city on your own.  

 

Day 2

Breakfast in the hotel. Pick up for a private full day (8h) city tour. Some of the main highlights you will see, include:

  • Royal Palace: Spain’s Royal Palace is one of the largest in Europe, and visitors are sure to be in awe of the regal columns, gold decor and extensive number of statues outside. The interior is equally impressive, with a collection of court paintings, frescoes and even a Stradivarius collection. Entrance tickets are included.
  • Gran Via: known for its bright lights and shopping, Calle Gran Vía is one of Madrid’s most famous streets. The ''Fifth Avenue'' of the city, you’ll be able to find anything you need, including restaurants, stores and many of the city’s renowned theatres.
  • Plaza Espana: famous for its statue of Miguel Cervantes, the Plaza España is located just off the famous Gran Vía street and near the Royal Palace. Built in the early 1900s, the city of Madrid has recently voted on reforming the Plaza, which will soon incorporate  greater number of trees and flowers for city-dwellers and tourists to enjoy.
  • Plaza Mayor: one of the most breathtaking sites in Spain, this plaza has 237 balconies facing the center of the square, where a statue of King Felipe III on his horse sits pretty. Dating back to the 1600s, the Plaza Mayor is now a site of outdoor cafes and restaurants where wandering tourists can relax, enjoy a drink and soak up the fantastic atmosphere.
  • Puerta Del Sol: one of the best known and busiest locations in Spain, this public square is the perfect meeting place to start exploring Madrid. With the famous Tio Pepe sign, the emblematic bear statue and a beautiful clock tower, this plaza (originally one of the gates in the city wall during the 15th century) is not to be missed.
  • Mercado San Miguel: famous for its cast-iron columns and many market stalls featuring Spanish culinary delights, the Mercado de San Miguel is a dream for visiting foodies. Sample Iberian ham, Manchego cheese or simply wander past the stalls and admire the huge range of delicious foods on display.
  • Templo de Debod: although this temple dates back to the 2nd century BC, it was gifted to Spain and moved to its current location in Madrid in 1968. While it may seem odd to see an Egyptian statue in the middle of a European city, the Templo de Debod is one of Madrid’s most beloved attractions.
  • Santiago Bernabeu Stadium: home of legendary Real Madrid football club (from outside).

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Optional sights to enter:

- Visit the Santiago Bernabeu Stadium (famous home stadium of FC Real Madrid)

- Visit the Museum Prado to see one of the world's most impressive paintings collection

Free evening.

 

Day 3

Breakfast in the hotel.

Full day tour to Toledo, a gorgeous medieval city just 50 minutes outside Madrid. Toledo was the former capital of Spain, and a place where Muslims, Christians and Jews lived together for a few centuries. Stroll through the charming, narrow streets, see old squares, thick walls, and fully immerse yourself into the atmosphere of a medieval town. A visit to the Cathedral of Toledo is included.

  • Toledo is an incredibly cultural city; it has seen numerous cultures and dynasties pass through its walls, as well as wars, royalty, and artists. The legacy it guards is an essential part of Spanish culture so visiting Toledo is bound to be a unique experience. Discover the best sights:
  • Mirador del Valle. Enjoy spectaculars view of Toledo from the splendid Mirador del Valle, a fantastic viewpoint where one can view the entire city. There are magnificent views of the river, the imposing Alcázar, the tiny winding streets and the Cathedral.
  • Toledo’s Cathedral is one of the most important places to visit in this beautiful city. It is a grand monument built in Gothic style with obvious French influence. Some scholars believe it is the most impressive building built in this particular style in the entire country. It was completed toward the end of the 15th century, over 200 years after construction began. There are several masses each day. Tickets and a tour inside are included.
  • The Juderia district (Jewish Quarter). The Juderia district is what used to be the city’s Jewish quarter, and nowadays is one of the most beautiful parts of the city with some excellently preserved buildings. Translating to ''the city of the Jews'', a tour through the Juderia will enable visitors to learn what life was like under Muslim and Christian rule. 
  • The Monasterio de San Juan de los Reyes is a Franciscan church that was built under the reign of Elizabeth of Castile, one of Spain’s most powerful queens. The church was built with the intention of being used as the royal mausoleum. The building is a breathtaking example of the Elizabethan-Gothic style that was predominant in Spain under the monarch’s reign. It was also meant to serve as a memorial for a recent military victory, the Batalla del Toro. It is a long, narrow structure, with many chapels decorating the sides. The ceiling is particularly remarkable as it was designed in the mudéjar style, with clear Arab influence.
  • La Puerta de Bisagra is a magnificent structure that provides access to the city. The Puerta de Bisagra was originally built by the Arabs when they inhabited the city during the last few centuries before the first millennium. It was reconstructed in the 16th century but some of the original structure can still be seen today. The name comes from the Arabic, ‘Bab-Shagra’, meaning something along the lines of ‘the door, that leads to the field’. The exterior is composed of an arch of triumph, accompanied by two beautiful semi-circular towers, and crowned by the city’s imperial coat of arms.
  • Cross the Puente de San Martín - this medieval bridge was built over the Tajo river and is one of Toledo’s symbols. From the bridge, we have an excellent panorama of the old town.

Upon arrival back to Madrid you'll have a free evening - enjoy it to the fullest.

 

Day 4

Breakfast in the hotel.

Free time to take pictures and buy souvenirs, if time till your flight allows. 

Transfer to Madrid’s airport.