Madrid city Tour

Madrid city tour by bus

A panoramic visit of old and modern Madrid by bus with a hebrew speaking guide A short description of the city getting to know all the main hotspots during a memorable journey you’ll never ever forget. BOOK NOW!

Vanishing points in Madrid


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Madrid is the capital of a great country like Spain, formerly called Al-Andalus. This city is home to an abysmal amount of monuments. Therefore, taking a tour in Hebrew is one of the best options to discover the city. Tours in Madrid are very rewarding and you can learn a lot thanks to our expert guides. If you want to take a guided tour, do not hesitate to contact us.

– El Retiro: One of the largest and most attractive parks in Spain. We guide you with a tour of the Retreat so you can get to know it in depth. You will be able to see the lake that is located in the middle, the monument to Alfonso XII, the crystal palace, Velázquez Palace, Rosaleda, Parterre and many more places.

-Gran Vía: The main avenue of Madrid located in the center of the city. Ideal to see shops and restaurants of all kinds, it is also well connected to the entire city.

-Santiago Bernabéu: The football stadium of Real Madrid CF. One of the largest stadiums in Spain that you can visit thanks to our guided tour in Hebrew. We will also show you the famous cybele fountain, where the team celebrates each trophy.

– Plaza de España: In our tour of Madrid we could not miss one of the main squares in Spain. Located between Gran Vía and La Latina, it is a mandatory stop if you are taking a guided tour of Madrid.

-Temple of Debod: The visit to this temple is free but you have to reserve so as not to be left out due to capacity. You should not worry about this since when you hire your tour in Madrid we take care of having it all.

-Almudena Cathedral: The Santa Iglesia Catedral Metropolitana de Santa María la Real de la Almudena, known simply as Almudena Cathedral, is a cathedral of Catholic worship, dedicated to the Virgin Mary under the invocation of Almudena, and episcopal headquarters from Madrid.

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