Spain walking tours


Old Town Madrid

It was not until 1561 that Madrid became the center of power and politics of Spain that it is nowadays. With the arrival of the courts, the small village that Madrid was during the Middle Ages will become the residence of the Royal family and a constantly growing city that, by the end of the XX century, has become one the most populated urban areas of the entire Europe.
Within the streets of the area known as Madrid de los Austrias, nowadays it is possible to find the influence of those days in which the fate of the city changed forever.

This route covers: Plaza Mayor, Botín (oldest restaurant in the world), the caves of Luis Candelas, Mercado de San Miguel, Plaza de la Villa, Cathedral of Almudena, Royal Palace, Plaza de Orienta and the Opera House.


East side Madrid

The growth of the spanish capital after the XVI century will expand the limits of the city towards the East creating new neighborhoods which nowadays are the essence of Madrid’s downtown. From Puerta del Sol to Parque del Retiro, it is possible to find unique places like Barrio de las Letras (the area where the most distinguished writers of the Golden Age lived), the Prado Promenade (the distinguished boulevard that was the place of leisure of the madrilenian aristocracy back in the XVIII century), the triangle of Art (that includes the Prado Museum, The Reina Sofía Museum and the Thyssen Museum) and, finally, Parque del Retiro.

This route covers: Plaza de la provincia, Puerta del Sol, Plaza de Santa Ana, Miguel de Cervantes’ House, Felix Lope de Vega’s House, Spanish Parliament, Paseo del Prado, Museo del Prado outsides, Cibeles fountain, Madrid’s city hall, Alcalá gate, Parque del Retiro.


Spanish Inquisition Madrid

For more than three centuries, the Inquisition was the terror of all inhabitants of Spain: an office inside the church in charge of keeping the orthodoxy of the kingdom with unorthodox methods. Imprisonment, torture, public humiliation and death by bonfire became common in between the fanatics in charge of the Holy office. The traces of the darkest past of Madrid are still visible in the streets of the city and they tell a story of religious persecution that lasted until the first decades of the XIX century.

This route covers: Plaza de Santiago, Plaza de Isabel II, Convent of Encarnación, Spanish Inquisition headquarters, Convent of Reales descalzas, Plaza Mayor.


Barcelona – Sagrada Família

The expiatory temple of the Sagrada Familia, the construction of which commenced in 1882, is today one of the emblems of Barcelona, known around the world and visited by millions of people. The part built by Gaudí was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2005.
Note: Filming inside the monument is not permitted, the tour will be filmed outside.


Barcelona – Passeig de Gracia Avenue

One of the most well known streets of Barcelona and the most luxurious one. It has a deep bourgeois history and modernism architectonic style development.


Barcelona – Gothic quarter tour

Located in the old town of Barcelona, the Gothic quarter is perfect to understand the roots and development of the city in such a medieval atmosphere.

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