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Circuito 6 días: Castilla- León. Ciudades Patrimonio y el Románico 3/4* en M.P.
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Circuito 6 días: Castilla- León. Ciudades Patrimonio y el Románico 3/4* en M.P.

Domingos. De 6 a 16 personas
Created: Thursday, July 1, 2021
price per person From
483 €
Based on 8 adults
About
Created: Thursday, July 1, 2021
Destinations: Madrid, Avila, Salamanca, Zamora, Tordesillas, Salamanca, Astorga, Leon , Palencia, Burgos, Burgos, Segovia, Ciudad Real
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24 Oct
Car rental
Buscando Destinos (BDS Bus)
8 people
Monovolumen 8 personas + Conductor or similar
Includes:
Unlimited mileage
Driver age

Minimum 18, Maximum 80

Fuel Policy
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Al efectuar la reserva, indique por favor la dirección exacta de carga.


El transporte se realiza con vehículos microbús de 16 plazas mas conductor mas guía, con toda comodidad

Conductores profesionales y experimentados

Aire acondicionado y calefacción individual.

Butacas reclinables

Luz de lectura individual

Cargador de móvil

GPS

Gran capacidad de maletero.


Teléfono de emergencias: 00 34 653338418

Pickup

Madrid Barajas - Telephone: +34 926271669

Dropoff

Ciudad Real Central Airport - Telephone +34 926271669

24 Oct
1. Madrid
Stop
About the city: Madrid has a tempo of its own: The dry air of the Castilian plain crackles with its cosmopolitan crowds. If the illuminated shop windows along the Gran Vía, and the unrelenting elegance of Paseo de la Castellana are overwhelming, retreat to Old Madrid. Its tangle of side streets south of Plaza Mayor and Puerta del Sol are what makes the real Madrid. Spend half a day in the Prado Museum, thaat sit to rest on the steps leading down to the lake in lush Retiro Park. The city begins to live it up as soon as the sun goes down. Madrid claims to boast the largest number of bars per capita of any European city. Madrid teems with cultural events all year round. After concert, play or film, you can choose among literally hundreds of tapas bars and an endless array of nightspots. Madrid successfylly combines its cosmopolitan sophistication with its most cherished local traditions, the result is fascinating to explore.
24 Oct
Car journey 110 Kilometers - 1h 21m
Madrid
Avila
24 Oct
2. Avila
Stop
About the city: Avila is a near-perfect 11th century walled city set against the backdrop of the snow-capped ridge of the Sierra de Gredos. This town in its entirety is a national monument. The walls that enclose it are the oldest and best preserved in Spain. Avila is the birthplace and home of Santa Teresa of Jesus, a devout Catholic nun famous for writing poems dedicated to Jesus in which she expressed her devotion to Him. The cathedral, with its red-splotched interior and stone relief works, is actually embedded in the walls. The Basilica of San Vicente is another Romani-Gothic structure. The Convento de San José is the first founded by Santa Teresa. The Convento de Santa Teresa was built on the site of her birth, she later had quite a few mystical experiences at the Convento de la Encarnación. Food in Avila means roast veal and yemas, a local confection made of egg yolks. Avila is certainly no ordinary medieval walled town. Most tourists who visit this place will either feel a surge of chivalry or become poetic or filled with religious fervour.
24 Oct
Car journey 108 Kilometers - 1h 6m
Avila
Salamanca
24 Oct
3. Salamanca
Stay
About the city: Salamanca is an architectural tapestry woven in sandstone. Though there are excellent examples of Roman, Romanesque, Gothic, Renaissance and baroque structures, the golden stone itself is the thread of continuity and harmony. Nonetheless, this ancient university town, has many monumental highlights. Plaza Mayor, considered by many the most beautiful main square in Spain is a fine place for admiring architecture. The town hall is the large, elegant building in the centre of the square. Two beautiful cathedrals stand side by side: the New Cathedral boasts beautiful Plateresque facades and it is the only entrance to the connecting old, Romanesque Catedral Vieja. The university, the focal point of the city, is one of the best examples of Spanish Plateresque style. Salamanca at night is a party. The illuminated city is the meeting point for hundreds of students collecting tapas and beer. But make no mistake, it is also a city to enjoy a quiet night, savoring some wine on a terrace of Plaza Mayor.
25 Oct
Car journey 67 Kilometers - 47m
Salamanca
Zamora
25 Oct
4. Zamora
Stop
About the city: Zamora is an ancient city located in the region of Castilla y Leon, bordering with Portugal to the west. Zamora is a land of battles, castles and temples, a region of lakes, rivers and quiet nature spots, a place to enjoy wines, cheese, history and traditions. There is plenty to see in Zamora, history has left an imprint in the city in the form of small Romanesque churches, stone walls, fortresses and castles. Zamora has also charming places nearby the city, like the town of Fermoselle, Benavente, la Hiniesta, Puebla de Sanabria and the amazing lake of Sanabria, or Toro where delicious Spanish wines are produced.
25 Oct
Car journey 70 Kilometers - 49m
Zamora
Tordesillas
25 Oct
5. Tordesillas
Stop
About the city: Tordesillas is a town and municipality in the province of Valladolid, Castile and León, central Spain. It is located 25 kilometres (16 mi) southwest of the provincial capital, Valladolid at an elevation of 704 metres (2,310 ft). The population was c. 9,000 as of 2009. The town is known for its Toro de la Vega festival during which a bull was slaughtered by people on horseback and on foot. Animal rights groups repeatedly tried to stop this from taking place.
25 Oct
Car journey 89 Kilometers - 57m
Tordesillas
Salamanca
25 Oct
6. Salamanca
Stay
About the city: Salamanca is an architectural tapestry woven in sandstone. Though there are excellent examples of Roman, Romanesque, Gothic, Renaissance and baroque structures, the golden stone itself is the thread of continuity and harmony. Nonetheless, this ancient university town, has many monumental highlights. Plaza Mayor, considered by many the most beautiful main square in Spain is a fine place for admiring architecture. The town hall is the large, elegant building in the centre of the square. Two beautiful cathedrals stand side by side: the New Cathedral boasts beautiful Plateresque facades and it is the only entrance to the connecting old, Romanesque Catedral Vieja. The university, the focal point of the city, is one of the best examples of Spanish Plateresque style. Salamanca at night is a party. The illuminated city is the meeting point for hundreds of students collecting tapas and beer. But make no mistake, it is also a city to enjoy a quiet night, savoring some wine on a terrace of Plaza Mayor.
26 Oct
Car journey 199 Kilometers - 1h 51m
Salamanca
Astorga
26 Oct
7. Astorga
Stop
About the city: Astorga is a town in the province of León, northern Spain. It lies 27 miles southwest of the provincial capital of León, and is the head of the council (comarca) of La Maragatería.The river Tuerto flows through it. It is the 5th most populated municipality in province of Leon which has over 211 municipalities. Astorga pre dates the 910 AD Kingdom of León by 875 years.
26 Oct
Car journey 57 Kilometers - 42m
Astorga
Leon
26 Oct
8. Leon
Stay
About the city: Leon is a lovely little town that lies in the north of Spain in the Castilla y Leon region. Represented by images of lions this town is proud of its historical heritage. The city still like to remind the world that it had 24 kings before Castile had laws. Though this blue and airy city reached its peak in the 11th century, it’s still remarkably appealing. The Plaza Mayor, with its lovely arcades and cafes is the prefect starting point to explore the old centre of Leon. The outstanding attractions of the city are the colossal Cathedral, a 13th century Gothic extravaganza featuring resplendent stained-glass windows, and the Basilica of San Isidoro, with a royal pantheon whose vaults are decorated with perfectly preserved Romanesque frescoes. Leon, with its wide avenues and open spaces, pedestrian zones and the river Bernesga providing shaded walks along its banks, is truly a beautiful city.
27 Oct
Car journey 124 Kilometers - 1h 32m
Leon
Palencia
27 Oct
9. Palencia
Stop
About the city: Palencia is a city south of Tierra de Campos, in north-northwest Spain, the capital of the province of Palencia in the autonomous community of Castile and León. MAIN TOURIST ATTRACTIONS - The Roman bridge across the Carrión river was replaced by the medieval one of three arches: the old section of the city is on the left bank, the modern suburban development is on the right bank. - Villa Romana de La Olmeda is a well-preserved 4th century house. - The old city walls were more than 10 meters high and can still be traced. - The flamboyant Gothic Cathedral stands over a low vaulted Visigothic crypt; its museum contains a number of important works of art. - The Archeological Museum contains Celtiberian ceramics. - Palencia is also famous for the 13th-century church of San Miguel, the San Francisco church.
27 Oct
Car journey 93 Kilometers - 1h 6m
Palencia
Burgos
27 Oct
10. Burgos
Stay
About the city: Tranquil and conservative, Burgos is the site of one of Spain’s most magnificent cathedrals and the place associated with El Cid, Castile’s real-life epic hero. Legendary as the liberator of Valencia from the Moors, El Cid is honoured by a colossal statue in a square named after him, La Plaza del Mio Cid. Burgos’s landmark will always be its cathedral, the third largest in Spain ad a majestic Gothic structure topped by two lacy stone spires. Built during the 13th and 15th centuries, it features exemplary Gothic and Plateresque architecture and artwork. The Capilla mayor, in the centre of the church, contains the tombs of El Cid and his wife, while the famous Cofre del Cid, the box in which his remains were found, hangs against a side wall. A few steps across Plaza de Santa Maria, erected as a gateway to the walled city and later decorated with the busts of Burgos’s favourites, Emperor Charles V and El Cid. Burgos also considers itself among the most purely Castilian cities in Spain. The clipped and exquisite Spanish of its residents will make you stand up and take notice, and you may not want to leave until you have seen every single monument.
28 Oct
Car journey 61 Kilometers - 54m
Burgos
Santo Domingo de Silos
28 Oct
11. Santo Domingo de Silos
TOWN - Stop
28 Oct
Car journey 61 Kilometers - 57m
Santo Domingo de Silos
Burgos
28 Oct
12. Burgos
Stay
About the city: Tranquil and conservative, Burgos is the site of one of Spain’s most magnificent cathedrals and the place associated with El Cid, Castile’s real-life epic hero. Legendary as the liberator of Valencia from the Moors, El Cid is honoured by a colossal statue in a square named after him, La Plaza del Mio Cid. Burgos’s landmark will always be its cathedral, the third largest in Spain ad a majestic Gothic structure topped by two lacy stone spires. Built during the 13th and 15th centuries, it features exemplary Gothic and Plateresque architecture and artwork. The Capilla mayor, in the centre of the church, contains the tombs of El Cid and his wife, while the famous Cofre del Cid, the box in which his remains were found, hangs against a side wall. A few steps across Plaza de Santa Maria, erected as a gateway to the walled city and later decorated with the busts of Burgos’s favourites, Emperor Charles V and El Cid. Burgos also considers itself among the most purely Castilian cities in Spain. The clipped and exquisite Spanish of its residents will make you stand up and take notice, and you may not want to leave until you have seen every single monument.
29 Oct
Car journey 201 Kilometers - 2h 6m
Burgos
Segovia
29 Oct
13. Segovia
Stop
About the city: Segovia is Castile at its best. Splendid golden churches and twisting alleyways filled with the smell of sopa castellana, a rich garlic soup of sausages, bread, and eggs. Only the unwise dash past the massive Roman aqueduct, the cathedral, and the stunning Alcazar in a quick day trip; other know about Segovia’s cool plazas after sundown. The imposing Roman aqueduct has been moving water for over two millennia. View if from Plaza del Azoguejo where the structure reaches a maximum height of 30m, or catch its profile from the steps on the left side of plaza. The city’s position at the confluence of the Rivers Eresma and Clamores has led to compare Segovia to a sailing ship, with the Alcazar, a fortress, as its majestic bow. The fortress commands a stellar view of Segovia and the surrounding plain, inside is a collection of medieval weaponry and several spectacular handcrafted ceilings. The cathedral is a massive late Gothic edifice. Elegant and graceful, Segovia is the true essence of Old Castile.
29 Oct
Car journey 276 Kilometers - 2h 52m
Segovia
Ciudad Real
29 Oct
14. Ciudad Real
Stop
About the city: Ciudad Real is a city in Castilla-La Mancha, and capital of the province of La Mancha, made famous by Cervantes. The territory is famous for its castles and for historical and architectural treasures such as Villanueva de los Infantes and Almagro. This last town is particularly well-known for its 17th-century Corral de Comedias theatre, which every year plays host to the International Classical Theatre Festival. Windmills are another of the symbols of Ciudad Real, as the province is the scene of the adventures of the famous knight Don Quixote of La Mancha in the famous work by Miguel de Cervantes. The local gastronomy reflects the fact that Ciudad Real is one of the areas on the La Mancha Wine Route, so this is an excellent opportunity to sample the wines from the Valdepeñas Designation of Origin.
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Seguro (Asistencia en viaje obligatorio) - Región (Un solo país) - Días (6)