Avila and Segovia Guided Tour with Optional Lunch
Ávila, historical city of Spain, with its magnificent walls of the 12th century.
The city is the birthplace of Saint Teresa of Jesus. We visit the outskirts of the Cathedral, "Plaza Mayor" or "Mercado Chico", "Plaza de San Juan de la Cruz", and the interiors of the Romanesque basilica of San Vicente, the Church of San Juan Bautista and the Convent of Santa Teresa of Jesus.
Then we will go to Segovia, rich in historical monuments, highlighting its majestic Roman aqueduct. We visit the interiors of the Gothic cathedral and the 12th-century Alcazar, spectacular fortified building.
Both cities, Ávila and Segovia, have been declared World Heritage Sites.
(Lunch is taken in Segovia)Itinerary
This is a typical itinerary for this productStop At:
Basilica de San Vicente, Plaza de San Vicente, Avila Spain
Romanesque Basilica, where is the Cenotaph of the Santos Hermanos Mártires, one of the most outstanding works of Romanesque sculpture in Spain.
Duration: 15 minutesPass By:
Plaza Mayor, Avila Spain
In Avila We visit the outskirts of the Cathedral, “Plaza Mayor” or “Mercado Chico” and “Plaza de San Juan de la Cruz”.Stop At:
Cathedral of Segovia, Plaza Mayor s/n, 40001 Segovia Spain
Cathedral built between the XVI and XVIII centuries, is the last Gothic cathedral of Spain with some Renaissance features.
Duration: 20 minutesPass By:
Acueduct of Segovia, Plaza del Azoguejo 1, 40001 Segovia Spain
It is the Roman aqueduct par excellence, it transported water to the Spanish city of Segovia.
Its construction dates from the beginning of the second century AD. C., at the end of Emperor Trajan's reign.Pass By:
The Walls of Avila, Calle Tomas Luis de Victoria 6, 05001 Avila Spain
Its importance derives from being the best preserved medieval walled enclosure in Spain and probably throughout Europe.
The walls are a Romanesque military fence that surrounds the old town of Avila.
The old town and the wall have been declared a World Heritage Site.
The walls are the universal symbol and most prominent monument that houses the city of Avila.Stop At:
Convento de Santa Teresa, Plaza de la Santa, Avila Spain
The church-convent of Santa Teresa is a building located in Ávila.
The building was built at the beginning of the 17th century - on the birthplace of Santa Teresa de Jesús - under the invocation of the Barefoot Carmelite order
Duration: 15 minutesStop At:
Alcazar of Segovia, Plaza Reina Victoria Eugenia, S/N, 40003 Segovia Spain
The Alcazar de Segovia is located on a high rock between the Eresma and Clamores rivers, a construction of military origins that would later have other uses, including royal residence, and the city's main tourist attraction along with the Aqueduct.
The existence of this fortress is documented since the beginning of the 12th century, with the Alcazar throughout the Middle Ages being one of the favorite residences of the Castilian Kings.
Duration: 20 minutes
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Horário de Início:
Duração: 10 Hours
Ponto de partida:
Calle de San Bernardo, 7, 28013 Madrid, Spain
Cancelamentos e reembolsos:
For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.