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Scopri la Spagna in un tour guidato di mezza giornata al monastero dell'Escorial e al monumento della Valle dei caduti con partenza da Madrid. Accompagnato da una guida, potrai tuffarti nella storia del complesso religioso dell'Escorial e scoprire perché è stato considerato l'ottava meraviglia del mondo. Ammira le sculture presso il monumento della Valle dei Caduti e opta per includere un tour di mezza giornata dei siti più significativi di Madrid.
  • Tour mattutino del monastero dell'Escorial e della Valle dei caduti da Madrid
  • Vedi le tombe reali e le opere d'arte riccamente decorate in un tour guidato del monastero dell'Escorial
  • Tour al Pantheon dei Re e alla basilica
  • Visita il monumento della Valle dei caduti dedicato a coloro che morirono durante la Guerra civile spagnola
  • Vedi tesori culturali e scopri la storia della Spagna
  • Possibilità di includere un tour turistico di mezza giornata di Madrid
Parti da Piazza Ramales nel centro di Madrid, in un comodo pullman con aria condizionata e guarda fuori alla campagna spagnola, durante il viaggio di 45 km a nord-ovest verso la sede reale di San Lorenzo dell'Escorial. Lungo la strada familiarizza con la storia della struttura regale, mentre la guida offre un commento su un simbolo straordinario della potenza spagnola del XVI secolo.

Inizia il tour della meraviglia del patrimonio dell'umanità dell'UNESCO al monastero, l'ultimo luogo di riposo di Carlo I e Isabella di Portogallo. Ammira le reliquie religiose della basilica e la cupola barocca.

In seguito, avventurati al grande palazzo conosciuto come il Pantheon dei Re. Rendi omaggio alla tomba marmorea di Carlo V e curiosa tra la collezione di attrezzature dell'edificio nella Stanza degli architetti per approfondire la conoscenza dei processi di costruzione del XVI secolo. Guarda le armi malvagie nella Sala delle armi e gli affreschi della biblioteca. 

Prosegue per la Valle dei caduti per visitare un'ampia basilica scolpita sul fianco di una montagna. Scatta una foto della colossale croce in granito in cima alla struttura e ascolta la guida per scoprirne le origini. Entra all'interno delle cripte a volta adornate da angeli scolpiti e poi dai un'occhiata alla vista della campagna circostante dagli archi.

Ritorna al tuo veicolo e goditi il meraviglioso paesaggio durante il viaggio di ritorno a Madrid. Puoi scegliere di includere un tour di 2 ore e mezza a piedi all'arrivo.

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F
, set 2018

We saw most of what was open for visitors at the Escorial (the chapel was closed as it was Sunday). However, the frescoes at the top of the stairs at the beginning of the tour were skipped because another group was there, but we never went back after they moved on. Also, one of the most important features, the library, was skipped. The Valley of the Fallen tour was good, even though there were hoards of visitors there wanted to see Franco's grave for the last time.

S
, ago 2018

This was an excellent tour. Our bi-lingual guide Manuel was great entertaining, interactive and informative all the while switching between Spanish and English. The Monastery with its Mausoleum was fascinating, the tour was a decent length and unhurried. When we got to the Valley of the Fallen we were only there for about an hour, which may seem short but we felt it was enough time. It's well worth a visit.

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, lug 2018

As a couple interested in royalty and history, this tour was great for us. It’s not too far away from Madrid (45 mins one way). Easier to just take a tour than to figure out how to get from El Escorial to the Valley of the Hidden. The cathedral in the monastery is beautiful! Unfortunate though that the funicular going up to the cross at the Valley of the Hidden is no longer functioning. Our tour guide was very knowledgeable and switched back and forth between speaking in English and Spanish. The tour didn’t give us much time to have lunch so make sure you have a heavy breakfast before going. They also will not allow you to eat (even snacks) in the bus. All in all it was a fun tour!

C
, giu 2018

Great Tour Guide and Great Tour, well worth the money loved that our Tour guide had patience with the group and also asked if we all spoke Spanish that way she did not repeat more then once the history portion the guide also made sure of making sure her group was together!

R
, mag 2018

Our guide for El Escorial Monastery was very knowledgeable and entertaining. He gave us a wealth of information about the monastery, its contents, and Spanish history. The Valley of the Fallen was a sobering experience and represented an entirely different historical period.. All-in-all, the day left us with a better understanding of Spain and its past.

X
, mag 2018

Great, but thought we could use a little more time.

j
, apr 2018

The Monastery and the Valley were extremely important sites to see.
I was very interested in them despite the terribly cold and windy and snowy day that we went on the tour. As I read the other reviews for this tour, I saw well organized and well appointed and knowledgeable, and I agree with that. I did, however, feel a sincere lack of heart from our guide. She was very intelligent, and when I had the opportunity to look into her eyes, she would smile back, and I felt engaged, but that was the only time. It could have been the day, the cold, the group size, something personal, but the entire trip was quite cold, and not just because of the weather. If we had not gone on another Viator tour the night before, we perhaps would not have had the idea that this would be an engaging day, but...we did. If you are extremely interested in these sites, DEFINITELY go. If you feel like you MIGHT be interested if your guide is engaging, perhaps our guide would not be the one for you. We lost a member on the tour, he was older and a bit slower walking than the rest of us. Carmen - I believe her name was - was NOT walking fast, but also was not looking back to see if we were all accounted for, nor really paying attention to us at all. If you have ANY issues walking 75 steps in a row, consider a different tour, as some of the older folks on our tour were a bit uncomfortable with all of the walking, and by the time 22 folks get up 75 stairs, the guide was often already two rooms further into the tour. It was not a bad tour, but there was not much personal attention paid at any time to any person. I feel that was an unfortunate oversight.
I also do not remember seeing much in the way of a walking disclaimer...there were folks with canes coming onto the tour and I wondered how the heck are they going to make it through this place?
We also happened to be taking the tour as the country of Spain sprung ahead and there was NO mention of that on the website when we booked the trip. As the tour met at 8:45 am in the morning which became 7:45 am with daylights savings time, it would have been extremely helpful to have had that information pop up on the calendar when we were booking the tour. That should not have been very hard to do, and since most of the tours seemed to be stocked by persons from other countries, most would have had no idea while booking that that day was daylights savings... Had we missed the tour we would have had to forfeit 150. I just found the lack of forethought and customer service distressing.

L
, mar 2018

Very nice experience in half a day and tour guide was excellent!

G
, mar 2018

Si te sobra el tiempo es una excursión para realizar. Creo que hay mejores para realizar.

A
, mar 2018

Love the tour


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