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Circuito 6 días: Ruta de los Monasterios - La Rioja y Navarra 3/4* MP
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Circuito 6 días: Ruta de los Monasterios - La Rioja y Navarra 3/4* MP

Domingos. De 6 a 16 personas
Created: Thursday, July 1, 2021
price per person From
463 €
Based on 8 adults
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Created: Thursday, July 1, 2021
Destinations: Madrid, Burgos, Miranda de Ebro, Logroño, Calahorra, Alfaro, Miranda de Ebro, Miranda de Ebro, Pamplona, Estella, Miranda de Ebro, Nájera, Haro, Miranda de Ebro, Ciudad Real
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17 Oct
Car rental
Buscando Destinos (BDS Bus)
8 people
Monovolumen 8 personas + Conductor or similar
Includes:
Unlimited mileage
Driver age

Minimum 18, Maximum 80

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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

17 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.
17 Oct
Car journey 251 Kilometers - 2h 37m
Madrid
Burgos
17 Oct
2. Burgos
Stop
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.
17 Oct
Car journey 86 Kilometers - 59m
Burgos
Miranda de Ebro
17 Oct
3. Miranda de Ebro
Stay
About the city: Miranda de Ebro is a city on the Ebro river in the province of Burgos in the autonomous community of Castile and León, Spain. It is located in the north-eastern part of the province, on the border with the province of Álava and the autonomous community of La Rioja. The city has an industrial economy focusing on the chemical industry. It is an important transportation hub, especially as a railroad junction. Within 80 kilometres (50 miles) are the cities of Bilbao, Burgos, Logroño and Vitoria.
18 Oct
Car journey 66 Kilometers - 49m
Miranda de Ebro
Logroño
18 Oct
4. Logroño
Stop
About the city: Logroño is a city on the Ebro River. It is the capital of the autonomous community and province of La Rioja. Logroño is a city rich in history and traditions which have been preserved since the Middle Ages. The Pilgrim's Route to Santiago de Compostela made this one of the most important towns on the route, leaving an interesting monumental legacy closely linked to the traditional passing of the pilgrims. Logroño, and La Rioja, are famous due to its good wine. The Museum of the Culture of Wine is a nice option to visit if you go to Logroño. Logroño has two important festivals: the festival of San Bernabé (the patron saint of the city) and especially the festival of San Mateo (the grape harvest festival).
18 Oct
Car journey 49 Kilometers - 38m
Logroño
Calahorra
18 Oct
5. Calahorra
Stop
About the city: Calahorra is a municipality in the comarca of Rioja Baja. It is the main town in Lower Rioja. It stands on a promontory overlooking the fertile plain of Cidacos and its chief activity is distributing the area's excellent garden produce. In the historic centre of Calahorra there are still a good many vestiges of its past, such as the Cathedral, in an elevated flamboyant Gothic style and with a main front bearing alabaster figures, which dates from the 15th century
18 Oct
Car journey 25 Kilometers - 24m
Calahorra
Alfaro
18 Oct
6. Alfaro
Stop
About the city: Alfaro is a Spanish municipality belonging to the autonomous community of La Rioja (Spain). In the Rioja Baja, being the head of the region in the name and the most extensive municipality of all La Rioja; It is very close to the regional community of Navarre. As of January 1, 2016 we have a population of 9,553 inhabitants according to INE data, being the city with the largest number of inhabitants after Logroño, Calahorra, Arnedo, Haro and Lardero. The Ebro river runs through the north of the municipality, where the Alhama River empties after surrounding Alfaro from the west.
18 Oct
Car journey 137 Kilometers - 1h 27m
Alfaro
Miranda de Ebro
18 Oct
7. Miranda de Ebro
Stay
About the city: Miranda de Ebro is a city on the Ebro river in the province of Burgos in the autonomous community of Castile and León, Spain. It is located in the north-eastern part of the province, on the border with the province of Álava and the autonomous community of La Rioja. The city has an industrial economy focusing on the chemical industry. It is an important transportation hub, especially as a railroad junction. Within 80 kilometres (50 miles) are the cities of Bilbao, Burgos, Logroño and Vitoria.
19 Oct
Car journey 58 Kilometers - 53m
Miranda de Ebro
San Millán de la Cogolla
19 Oct
8. San Millán de la Cogolla
TOWN - Stop
19 Oct
Car journey 53 Kilometers - 58m
San Millán de la Cogolla
Miranda de Ebro
19 Oct
9. Miranda de Ebro
Stay
About the city: Miranda de Ebro is a city on the Ebro river in the province of Burgos in the autonomous community of Castile and León, Spain. It is located in the north-eastern part of the province, on the border with the province of Álava and the autonomous community of La Rioja. The city has an industrial economy focusing on the chemical industry. It is an important transportation hub, especially as a railroad junction. Within 80 kilometres (50 miles) are the cities of Bilbao, Burgos, Logroño and Vitoria.
20 Oct
Car journey 132 Kilometers - 1h 30m
Miranda de Ebro
Pamplona
20 Oct
10. Pamplona
Stop
About the city: The ancient capital of Navarra, a medieval kingdom with Basque roots, performs a quick-change act for the Fiesta de San Fermín or the Running of the Bulls, Spain’s most wildly celebrated festival and Pamplona’s irresistible attraction. But Pamplona has many other interesting things to do and explore in Pamplona for the traveller since it is the first main city on the route of the St. James's Trail. Pamplona has a beautiful medieval city centre, an impressive citadel, several museums, great wines and gastronomy and lots of green spaces. Pamplona’s citadel is very well kept and one of the best examples of a Renaissance's fortification in Europe. Surrounded by a massive park, nowadays its interior holds art exhibitions and occasional cultural events, especially during the summer months. The Plaza del Castillo is the principal square in the centre of the city where you will find lots of bars and cafés, the Teatro Principal and the seat of the council of Navarra. Located in the old town area of Santo Domingo, near the start of the famous bull run, is the interesting Museo de Navarra, displaying a collection of altarpieces and religious artwork from the Renaissance and Baroque periods. The Gothic Cathedral of Santa Maria La Real is the main religious building of the city. The Cathedral combines a neoclassical façade with a Gothic interior. Pamplona's history and monuments make it a very attractive city. The city has two universities, which help keep the city vibrant and cultural.
20 Oct
Car journey 34 Kilometers - 29m
Pamplona
Puente La Reina
20 Oct
11. Puente La Reina
TOWN - Stop
20 Oct
Car journey 20 Kilometers - 18m
Puente La Reina
Estella
20 Oct
12. Estella
Stop
About the city: Estella (Spanish) or Lizarra (Basque) is a town located in the autonomous community of Navarre, in northern Spain. It lies south west of Pamplona, close to the border with La Rioja and Álava. The town was founded in 1090 when the place, lying by the fortified settlement of Lizarra, was granted a charter by the Pamplonese king Sancho Ramirez. The town became a landmark in the Way of St. James pilgrimage route to Santiago de Compostela, thriving on the privileged location and the melting pot of Francos called in by Navarrese kings (mainly Occitans from Auvergne and Limousin), Jews and the original Navarrese inhabitants. The wealth resulted in a development of Romanesque architecture, well represented in the town: Church of San Pedro de la Rúa, Palacio de los Reyes de Navarra, Church of San Miguel, among others.
20 Oct
Car journey 118 Kilometers - 1h 18m
Estella
Miranda de Ebro
20 Oct
13. Miranda de Ebro
Stay
About the city: Miranda de Ebro is a city on the Ebro river in the province of Burgos in the autonomous community of Castile and León, Spain. It is located in the north-eastern part of the province, on the border with the province of Álava and the autonomous community of La Rioja. The city has an industrial economy focusing on the chemical industry. It is an important transportation hub, especially as a railroad junction. Within 80 kilometres (50 miles) are the cities of Bilbao, Burgos, Logroño and Vitoria.
21 Oct
Car journey 44 Kilometers - 42m
Miranda de Ebro
Nájera
21 Oct
14. Nájera
Stop
About the city: Nájera (Spanish pronunciation: [ˈna.xe.ɾa]) is a small town, former bishopric and now Latin Catholic titular see, former capital of the Kingdom of Navarre, located in the "Rioja Alta" region of La Rioja, northern Spain, on the river Najerilla. Nájera is a stopping point on the French Way the most popular path on the Way of St James.
21 Oct
Car journey 29 Kilometers - 26m
Nájera
Haro
21 Oct
15. Haro
Stop
About the city: Haro is a town and municipality in the northwest of La Rioja province in northern Spain. It is known for its fine red wine and every year the Haro Wine Festival is held where locals hold a wine battle. It has an important architectural heritage, including the main entrance of the Santo Tomás Church, the work of Felipe Vigarny, numerous palaces, and the old town, which was declared a Historic-Artistic Site in 1975. Apart from its role as home to many of the great bodegas in La Rioja, one of Haro's other claims to fame is that it was the first town in Spain to have electric street lighting.
21 Oct
Car journey 22 Kilometers - 22m
Haro
Miranda de Ebro
21 Oct
16. Miranda de Ebro
Stay
About the city: Miranda de Ebro is a city on the Ebro river in the province of Burgos in the autonomous community of Castile and León, Spain. It is located in the north-eastern part of the province, on the border with the province of Álava and the autonomous community of La Rioja. The city has an industrial economy focusing on the chemical industry. It is an important transportation hub, especially as a railroad junction. Within 80 kilometres (50 miles) are the cities of Bilbao, Burgos, Logroño and Vitoria.
22 Oct
Car journey 538 Kilometers - 5h 6m
Miranda de Ebro
Ciudad Real
22 Oct
17. 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)
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Based on 8 adults
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