Upon arrival we start with a Panoramic view of the town from the hills in front of the city. Stop for pictures.Then we will continue whith a walking tour of Toledo, entering to the old quarters to visit the Plaza del Ayuntamiento, and admire the facade of the impressive Primate Cathedral, the old Palace of Justice and the City Hall. We´ll continue our walk through the old Jewish quarter with its narrow streets to visit the Church of St. Tomé, with the very famous painting of El Greco "The Burial of Count Orgaz", the old Synagogue of Ste. Maria la Blanca, which remain as a symbol of the coexistence of the "Three Cultures", and Monastery of San Juan de los Reyes. Lunch in a restaurant.. Duration aprox. 8 hours.
Enter in the Santiago Bernabéu stadium to discover the history and legends of the Real Madrid, the best team of the history. The Stadium Santiago Bernabéu was inaugurated on 14 December 1947 and is owned by Real Madrid C.F.. It has a curret capacity of 80.354 spectators all seated. El Bernabéu re-named in honour of its former president Santiago Bernabéu is one of the world’s most famous and prestigious football venue. In addition to enjoy the incredible panoramic view of the stadium, between areas that you can visit is the playing field, the presidential box, changing rooms, the access tunnel, the bench, the technical area, the press room, the shop... and several separate rooms of the museum, such as the Hall of the best Club of the history, the Chamber sensations or Chamber of photomontages.
The estimated time of the visit is 1.5 hours, but you can be in the stadium all the time you want. What such relax in its cafeteria? How about a visit to the official shop? Knowing the history of the team and its legends you will discover why Real Madrid is the best club in the history.
"El Madrid de los Austrias" is how Spaniards call the part of the city that was blooming when Spain belonged to the Hambsburg-Empire. Under King Charles I, at the same time Charles V of the German Empire and the first of his family to reign Spain, the importance of Madrid grew, but it was Philip II who made it the capital: To visit the buildings of this epoch, mainly in Renaissance-and Baroque-styles, is perhaps among the most impressive Madrid has to offer:
Our tour stars at Puerta del Sol, in the very center of town. Passing through some narrow streets we arrive to the Descalzas Reales, to the Monastery de la Encarnación, Palacio de Uceda and, through Calle Mallor, to Plaza de la Villa, a beautiful square with interesting buildings: Casa de la Villa, Casa Cisneros and Tower of Lujanes. Just behind there is one of the best-known and most impressive square of Madrid, Plaza Mayor with Casa de la Panadería, and old bakery, and Casa de la Carnicería, an old butchery, as mayor attractions. In the center of the square there is a statue of Philip III
Other building worth visiting in this part of town are the Cathedral of San Isidro, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Casa de Lope de Vega, the house of the famous writer, located in a street named after another great man of this genre: Calla Cervantes.