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Less than two hours from Madrid there are five cities named World Heritage Sites by UNESCO: Segovia, Toledo, Ávila... In all of them you can feel the past in every corner. With Madrid Singular Tours you can enjoy a complete experience, walking through its historic streets, trying its delicious cuisine and exploring the heritage that Romans, Arabs and Jews left in these places. Contact us for more information.


Toledo: the city of three cultures

Toledo, the "City of Three Cultures", is a Spanish historical treasure with cobblestone streets, ancient walls and architecture that reflects the coexistence of Christians, Jews and Muslims throughout the centuries. With its impressive Gothic cathedral, the Santa María la Blanca synagogue and the Alcázar, Toledo is an open-air museum that tells the rich history of Spain

Segovia: the medieval city of the fortress

Segovia stands out for its impressive Roman aqueduct, an iconic symbol that rises majestically over the city. The imposing Alcázar, with its fairytale architecture, dominates the skyline. Its delicately decorated Gothic cathedral is an architectural treasure. 

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El Escorial: Palace, Pantheon, Monastery and Center of Knowledge

The Monastery of San Lorenzo del Escorial, imposing in the Madrid mountains, is an architectural testimony of the power and spirituality of Spain in the Golden Age. Built in the 16th century by order of King Philip II. The complex houses an impressive library, a royal pantheon and a royal palace, being a symbol of the grandeur of the Spanish monarchy.

Ávila: Walk along the medieval walls 

Ávila, a medieval jewel in the heart of Castilla y León, captivates with its imposing walls, dating back to the 11th century and surrounding the old town. Known as the City of Stones, Ávila boasts well-preserved architecture, highlighting the Gothic cathedral and the Basilica of San Vicente. Its historic center, declared a World Heritage Site, evokes the essence of the Middle Ages.

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