Day 1 and 2: Madrid
Arrival at Madrid, Capital of Spain. Discover the great city with Palacio Real, Prado Museo, Plaza Espana, Plaza Mayor and all historical parts. We reserved two overnights for you in the Old Town Charm Hotel.
Day 3: Madrid – Cuenca
Cuenca, magic town, waits for you to discover the “Casas Colgadas” (Hanging Houses), its cathedral, the church of San Miguel and the church of San Pedro, the convent of “Las Descalzas y San Nicolás”, among other monuments. Cuenca will also surprise you with the beauty of the nearby “Ciudad Encantada”, where stones come to life. Lovers of art should visit the “Museo de Arte Abstracto”. The “Museo de las Ciencias de Castilla La Mancha” and the provincial “Museo Arqueológico” are other highlights. Overnight Parador de Cuenca.
Day 4: Cuenca – Alcalá de Henares
This is the hometown of Cervantes; the town is beautiful because of its narrow streets, its palaces and convents and its many civil buildings. It invites you to discover the University (founded in 1499 by Cardenal Cisneros), Plaza de Cervantes, the ruins of Santa María de la Mayor, the colleges of Sta. Ursula and Escritorios, the Cathedral of Stos. Justos y Pastor, and many more. Do not forget walking the crowded Calle Mayor, where you will find the house where Cervantes was born. Overnight Parador Alcalá de Henares
Day 5: Alcalá de Henares – Segovia
Segovia will surprise you in every corner and in every street. Its buildings will talk to you about past times, like the Aqueduct, which will remind of the power of the Roman Empire; its cathedral and the Alcázar also remind you of splendid past times. Churches like the one of San Estéban, San Justo, San Martín and San Millán will transport your to the medieval times. In the surroundings, do not forget to visit the Palacio Real de La Granja de San Ildefonso (Palace and gardens, XVIII century) and the Palacio of Riofrío. Overnight Parador de Segovia.
Day 6 and 7: Segovia – Ávila
The medieval stone wall, with the beautiful doors of the Alcázar and San Vicente shelter an impressive patrimony: the “Catedral Fortificada de San Salvador” (its construction began back in the XI century), the “Museo Catedralicio”, the “Convento de Santa Teresa” (XVII century), the Palaces of Nuñez Vela, ALMARZARA, Ochoa Aguirre and Arzobispal, among others. A city full of history in every street, in every place, in every corner. Two overnights Parador de Avila
Day 8 and 9: Avila – Salamanca
Walk towards the centre of the Plaza Mayor, ob baroque style (XVIII century) and open your eyes; ne seduced by its beauty and harmony. This is the heart of the city. Start here your visit of the town, and discover among its numerous monuments the “Casa de las Conchas” (XV century), the Old Cathedral (XIII Century), the New Cathedral (XVI – XVIII century) or the University (XVI century). Salamnca is a town of churches, old and noble palaces, an university of prestige; a city of students, open to be discovered at any moment. Two overnights in Parador de Salamanca
Day 10: Madrid – return
|Daily arrival||Price per Person||Remarks|
- 10 days Self Drive Tour according to program
- 09 nights in double room in Paradores incl. breakfast
- Hotel taxes and Service charges (tourist taxes not included)
- directions, maps and information in English including voucher package
- prices are always per Person
- your flight / Choose & Book here Low Cost Flights
- your carhire /Choose & Book here Low Cost Car Rental
- entrance -and parking fees, fuel, road tax etc.
- local tourist tax (payment on the spot)
- other meals
- supplement single room (on request)
- This trip can always be extended / shortened or adapted
- upon reservation you will receive directly reserved hotel confirmations