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Calle de San Nicolás, 15, 28013 Madrid, Spain
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Plaza de Oriente, 28013 Madrid, Spain
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This day trip from Madrid takes you to the two historic towns of Pedraza and Segovia for a splendid day of sightseeing and exploring. Travel back in time as you wander the cobblestone streets of Pedraza, one of Spain's most beautiful walled medieval villages. Enjoy a glass of local wine with tapas before heading to nearby Segovia to visit a preserved Roman aqueduct, elegant Segovia Cathedral and the Alczar of Segovia (Segovia Castle), one of the most distinctive castle-palaces in Spain (which inspired the castle in Disneys Cinderella').
- Explore the local streets on a walking tour of the city
- Led by a local guide
- All entrance fees included
- Free drinks included
- Free snacks included
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Stop At: Pedraza Castle, Pedraza, Province of Segovia, Castile and Leon
The first stop in our tour will be in the medieval town of PEDRAZA, located in the province of Segovia, 37 km northeast of Segovia capital and an hour away from Madrid.
This beautiful walled town offers plenty of attractions that give it a unique rustic historical aspect. This characteristics led to it being declared a Monumental Area in 1951. Walking through its cobbled streets and emblazoned buildings, we transport ourselves to medieval times. We will enjoy a glass of local wine and tapas in a typical inn next to Pedrazas main square before leaving the charming town.
Duration: 3 hours
Stop At: Alcazar de Segovia, Segovia, Province of Segovia, Castile and Leon
Segovia is famous for its well-preserved roman aqueduct (16 km long). Home of the crown of Castile, this city preserves one of the most important medieval sites in Spain. Due to its elegance, the Cathedral is considered to be the Lady of the Cathedrals, and the Alczar is the most spectacular castle in the country.
Duration: 3 hours
Itinerary:Sample Lunch Menu
Tourist LunchLa Granja white beans, Segoviana-style stuffed veal, and dessert.*Beverages not included
Gastronomic LunchLa Granja white beans, roasted suckling pig, and ponche cake with ice cream for dessert. Served with red wine, mineral water and coffee.
English speaking official guide
Tapas and wine at Pedraza
Lunch (if option selected)
Entrance fee to Cathedral of Segovia
Entrance fee to the Alcazar of Segovia.
Individual radioguided system
Food and drinks, unless specified
Hotel pickup and drop-off
Confirmation will be received at time of booking
Not wheelchair accessible
Please note that private tables for the lunch option cannot be guaranteed
Infants must sit on laps
Most travelers can participate
Please keep in mind that the excursion includes several visits on foot, comfortable shoes are recommended.
The duration of the tour includes the round trip to the destination
Visitors are kindly requested to respect the instructions of the Security Staff of the Cathedral of Segovia: Photography and filming re not permitted inside the exhibitions.
This tour/activity will have a maximum of 20 travelers
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The tour guide was very nice and informative. Pedraza and Segovia were both quite scenic although Segovia was truly unique. We have been to many palaces and Segovia's was very unique. The bus was very comfortable inside. The only things I wish the bus had was bottles of water after a long day, for the return trip back to Madrid, and also a step stool. It was quite a drop (longer than a regular standard step height) down from the last step to the ground and the drop really jerked my knee which was doing relatively well 7 months post surgery. But the steep drop really yanked on it. It would be difficult for the elderly to climb up and down out of the bus as well. Other than those two things, the driver, tour guide and tours were very nice.
Also the Pedraza and Segovia were wonderful places to visit, our tour guide, Noria, was horrible. We only had six people on the tour and two of them asked if they could spend a few more minutes in the Cathedral in Segovia to look a something. It would have taken maximum 5 minutes. Noria said only if you want to forget about seeing the Alcazar. So they did get to see what they wanted to see. Next one of the clients asked what she asked, when we were in the Alcazar what she said about the bathroom. She started chewing out that person for not listening. Absolutely horrible
Our tour guide, Martha, was excellent and knowledgeable. From the time we boarded our bus, she was already explaining the history and pointing some of the interesting sights along the way. We thoroughly enjoyed the medieval town of Pedraza. There were only four of us and Pedraza was not inundated with tourists so we had ample time to explore this worldly village. The Spanish tapas we had in Pedraza before proceeding to Segovia was delightful. We were given ample time to view the legendary Aqueduct, admire the opulent interior of the Segovia Cathedral and the iconic Alcazar which is like a fairly-tale castle. Overall it was a very interesting and fascinating tour and would highly recommend it.
Pedraza was our first stop.........a lovely little town. Included on visit were tapas and some fantastic wine. Then on to Segovia where we opted out of the lunch option those who did really enjoyed their lunch and just enjoyed walking around the town on our own. We then met back up with the others and enjoyed a bit of a guided tour. This small group tour was just right for us..............intimate -- not a big bus tour. Enjoyed this tour out of Madrid very much.
A good day. Pedraza was a gem, medieval village almost frozen in time. Small group tour with excellent guide. Was able to get taxi to cathedral in Segovia to avoid steep walk.
It was supposed to be a small group but it ended being just our family of four plus one toddler and another couple so it became more of a private tour. We particularly enjoyed Pedraza with old preserved village feel. Segovia was very interesting especially viewing the aqueduct.
Pedraza is a cute little town. Segovia was amazing between the aqueduct and the Alcazar. Most stores closed for siesta.
It was an OK tour. Pedraza was interesting, but I would skip Segovia.
They changed the pickup meeting point after i booked so i missed the tour, very disappointed I'm sure it's a great day out