From one of the largest Royal Palaces in Europe to Real Madrid's stadium, Madrid is packed with tradition. Here you’ll find extraordinary art collections, vibrant shopping areas, Spanish and international cuisine, and a pulsating street life.
MADRID FOR FOOD LOVERS
This Madrid tapas tour is designed for those who love to eat and drink, as well as get to know a new destination all at the same time. We will get around to 5 different tapas bars, in distinct areas of the city, enjoying all that this city's cuisine has to offer. Led by one of our knowledgeable and entertaining guides you'll try many different traditional dishes, some great wines, and other drinks along the way. You’ll leave will a full stomach as well as plenty of information about the history of Madrid and its happening places. This evening is about having fun, eating well and enjoying Madrid by night.
GOLDEN MUSEUM TRIANGLE
Your second day in Madrid will leave you soaked in culture after a day spent wandering the halls of the city’s esteemed art museums, the Prado, the Reina Sofía, and the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum. Your fun and dynamic guide will bring the art to life, taking you on a tour of Spain’s history through its greatest works by Picasso, Dalí, El Greco, Botero, Velázquez, Goya and more.
FREE DAY IN MADRID
Madrid is the perfect city to get lost in. Today you’re free to wander the city’s charming streets, stopping to take in the sights, sounds, and tastes of this capital city. You might visit the Plaza de Mayor, the Royal Palace, and Retiro Park or content yourself to simply explore the city’s charming plazas and narrow lanes. Foodies can easily eat their way through the city, tucking into a fried calamari sandwich, indulging in a cup of melted chocolate and churros at the famous Chocolatería San Gines, or making the indispensable stop at the San Miguel market.
TOLEDO DAY TRIP
Today we’ll explore the ancient city of Toledo, just a short train ride from Madrid. There we’ll have a tour of the city exploring the different cultures, religions, and dynasties that have left their stamp on this unique Unesco World Heritage site. Stops on the tour usually include a walk through the old Jewish quarter, a visit to the Museo del Greco, the local fortress known as the Alcázar, and the famed Arabic bridge, the Puerta de Bisagra. You will also have the chance to try the region’s famous and delectable suckling pig.