Small group: Segovia and The Medieval Town Of Pedraza tour
Enjoy a very entertaining day visiting Pedraza and Segovia, two cities rich in history, traveling from Madrid by bus.
The first stop will be in the medieval town of Pedraza, located 37 km northeast of Segovia and one hour from Madrid.
Stroll through its cobbled streets and emblazoned houses we transport you to the Medieval period.
Before leaving this beautiful city, take a glass of local wine and tapas in one of his typical meson.
Afterwards, we will go to Segovia, famous for its well-preserved Roman aqueduct, which is 16 km long. Home of some of the kings of Castile, this city preserves one of the most important medieval group of buildings in Spain.
Due to its elegance, the Cathedral of Segovia is considered to be “the Lady of the Cathedrals”, and the Alcázar is the most spectacular castle in the country.
For lunch you can taste dishes of Spanish cuisine. Choose the menu from the options listed below:
Tourist Lunch: La Granja White beans; Segoviana style stuffed veal with garniture and Dessert (beverages not included).
Gastronomic Lunch: La Granja White beans; Roasted suckling pig; Ponche cake with ice cream and housed Red wine, mineral water and coffee.
Air conditioned motor coach Madrid-Pedraza-Segovia
English speaking official guide
Entrance ticket to the Cathedral and Alcázar of Segovia
One glass of wine and Tapa in Pedraza
Lunch, if you choose the option Tour & Lunch
- Price: €100 per person (including taxes)
- Activities available in the following languages: English
- Duration: 9 Hours
- Date available from: 01/04/2016
- Date available to: 31/12/2018
- Category of the activity: Circuits and visits. The great outdoors. In the city. Gastronomy
- Who is it for?: Young people. Families. Adults without children. Senior. LGBT
- Organising company: NATTIVUS EXPERIENCE
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