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Enhance your experience of unique Spanish cities, Avila and Segovia, on an enriching full-day tour from Madrid. Alongside an accomplished guide, admire arresting landmarks like Avila’s ambient Gothic Quarter and Segovia’s Roman Aqueduct and colossal Cathedral. Enjoy a complimentary Spanish lunch in a rustic restaurant and gain valuable insight into the rich history of the history and heritage of the Roman cities from your expert guide.

Highlights

  • Full-day tour of historical Spanish cities, Segovia and Avila, from Madrid
  • Absorb the unique atmosphere of Avila's impressive Gothic Quarter
  • Marvel at the ancient Cathedral and Roman Aqueduct in Segovia
  • Receive an interesting introduction to the history and legacy of the cities

What You Can Expect

Avila and Segovia:Guided Day Tour from Madrid with lunch

Experience Segovia and all it's unique beauty

Customer Reviews

luly

5 star rating: Highly Recommended July 2016

This was beautiful! We ate cochinillo the typical baby pig from Segovia! Experienced a festival which was beautiful

James B

5 star rating: Highly Recommended May 2016

Very knowledgeable and personable tour guide. We had only 9 people on the tour and a bus for 50 so plenty of room for all.

Edgar O

5 star rating: Highly Recommended March 2016

Excellent guided tour.

Brett K

5 star rating: Highly Recommended February 2016

Very worth while

Gary M

3 star rating: Worth doing May 2016

We saw a variety of interesting things which we would have missed had we traveled on our own. The big disappointment was that the tour guide barely spoke English and did most of the tour in Spanish. She also had a soft voice. I probably was able understand 10 of what she said.

The included lunch was so so. Buying our own meal would have been a better choice.

James P

3 star rating: Worth doing May 2016

The tour sites were excellent and well-chosen and important historically.
I can't give a higher score to the tour, though, because I couldn't understand our guide--she has a good command of the history and of English vocabulary, but her pronunciation is very difficult to follow. I would have got much more from the audioguides I saw some people using at the Segovia Alcazar and the video screen at the Segovia Cathedral.

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