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Excursiones desde Madrid

Imprime esta guía Creado por Ewa Lyczewska
Excursiones desde Madrid
¿Cansado de Madrid? Vete a ver lo que te pueden ofrecer otras ciudades ahí fuera.
Bueno para: Familias, Grupos, Personas mayores, Individuos
Estaciones: Primavera, Verano, Otoño, Invierno
 
San Lorenzo de El Escorial
San Lorenzo de El Escorial

San Lorenzo de El Escorial is home to the Monastery of El Escorial, a World Heritage site. This huge complex was built as a monument to commemorate the Spanish victory over the French in the battle of Saint Quentin. Construction lasted 21 years and when it was finished in 1584, the Monastery was the largest building in the world, with 24 km (14.9 mi) of corridors. The building includes... Más

San Lorenzo de El Escorial is home to the Monastery of El Escorial, a World Heritage site. This huge complex was built as a monument to commemorate the Spanish victory over the French in the battle of Saint Quentin. Construction lasted 21 years and when it was finished in 1584, the Monastery was the largest building in the world, with 24 km (14.9 mi) of corridors. The building includes a library, Kings' Courtyard, Basilica, and the Palace of Felipe II. The Kings' Pantheon is the burial place for most of the kings of Spain since Carlos I. The Monastery is decorated with works by the most prominent Italian and Spanish painters of the time. Look for works by Titian, Bosch, El Greco, and Velázquez, especially El Greco’s painting of "The Martyrdom of St. Maurice.” Menos

Segovia
Segovia

Segovia is a picturesque old city with twisting alleyways, the highest concentration of Romanesque churches in all of Europe and pedestrian-only streets, all bordered by a medieval wall and two rivers. In 1985, this sleepy Castillan town was declared a World Heritage site by UNESCO. One of the main tourist attractions is Alcázar, a royal palace built sometime around the 11th century... Más

Segovia is a picturesque old city with twisting alleyways, the highest concentration of Romanesque churches in all of Europe and pedestrian-only streets, all bordered by a medieval wall and two rivers. In 1985, this sleepy Castillan town was declared a World Heritage site by UNESCO. One of the main tourist attractions is Alcázar, a royal palace built sometime around the 11th century where Queen Isabel agreed to fund Christopher Columbus’ exploration of the New World. The picturesque palace is said to be Walt Disney’s inspiration for Cinderella's Castle. Menos

Toledo
Toledo

Sinagogas, mezquitas e iglesias se alzan por igual en el casco histórico de Toledo, testigo de la rica historia medieval de la ciudad. Las cuatro torres del Alcázar, una fortaleza construida en 1085, dominan el horizonte. Toledo y sus alrededores inspiraron a El Greco. Sus obras pueden contemplarse en muchos lugares de la ciudad y, por supuesto, también en el museo que lleva su nombre.

Salamanca
Salamanca

Conocida como la "ciudad dorada" de España, Salamanca presenta una rica cultura arquitectónica, religiosa y gastronómica. Quédate extasiado ante La Casa de las Conchas o en la Plaza Mayor del siglo XVIII. Y después, examina con detenimiento los productos frescos del Mercado Central. Las dos catedrales Nueva y Vieja de la ciudad son exponentes de los estilos renacentista y gótico.

Aranjuez
Aranjuez

Aranjuez is the home of Palacio Real (Royal Palace), the spring residence of Spanish kings since the late 1880s. The beautiful gardens surrounding the palace are just as famous as the residence and are the inspiration for “Concierto de Aranjuez” by Joaquin Rodrigo, one of Spain’s most significant composers of the 20th century. During the summer, join the local tradition of eating dinner... Más

Aranjuez is the home of Palacio Real (Royal Palace), the spring residence of Spanish kings since the late 1880s. The beautiful gardens surrounding the palace are just as famous as the residence and are the inspiration for “Concierto de Aranjuez” by Joaquin Rodrigo, one of Spain’s most significant composers of the 20th century. During the summer, join the local tradition of eating dinner in the picnic area next to the Tagus River. UNESCO designated Aranjuez as a World Heritage landscape in 2001 and a very large casino was built in 2005. Menos

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