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Our most popular itineraries for exploring the great cities of Spain, Portugal and Moroccom. We can arrange your trip.
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Join a group to highlights of Spain and main cities. Luxury buses, experienced guides. In these pages you will find circuits of different days with dates guaranteed. The trips are in group and guides give information in one or more languages.
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In a deluxe train that follows the old rail roads in Northern Spain, where you will sleep in a suite, enjoy the best northern and south Spain gastronomy and its restaurants, visits the main monuments, discover beauiful resort cities and its towns and beaches.
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The Iberian Peninsula is rich cities full of history, culture and physical beauty. The best way to see these cities is with a knowledgeable guide. Ole Spain can help you put together a package of custom tours and tour extensions, with expert private Guides, Drivers ... Etc
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For over decade we has worked with travel agents and tour leaders to organize custom tours from groups of five to hundred. We create unique tours to each client and we can arrange any special activities.
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Spain by train
We Combine visits by train and other means of transport to the principal cities of Spain, with personalized visits by foot, private car and in reduced groups to major tourist sites. In addition we provide a carefully chosen selection of hotels, free time in principal cities, excellent suggestions for leisure time activities, as well as personalized 24 hours assistance.
Customized Travel / Spain by train / Departures from Madrid / Central Spain
Central Spain 4 days
140 euros
(Madrid - Ávila - Valladolid - Segovia - Madrid)
We have selected cities, which are all close to Madrid. Towards the South we find the Ancient City and former Imperial capital of Toledo. It is worth the while to spend a night there while visiting its monuments and exploring its narrow streets of cobble stones before continuing on the Quixote Route through La Mancha.  Other cities such as Avila, Segovia and Salamanca, all of which are World Heritage cities, are nearby each other and are also worth a stop. Towards the North Burgos which is one of the cities on the Way of St. James has one of the most beautiful Gothic Cathedrals as well as a great number of monasteries.



Suggested Itinerary              

Day 1. Madrid – Avila
This Morning you will depart on your own to Madrid Train station to catch the Train to Avila.  Upon arrival, you will go on your own to your selected hotel. Afternoon, You will be  met a private guide for a City walk old town with  Cathedral (Optional). Overnight Stay in Avila.

Day 2. Avila – Valladolid  
Breakfast. You will depart on your own to Avila Train station to catch the Train to Valladolid.   Upon arrival, you will go on your own to your selected hotel. Afternoon, You will be met a private guide for a City walk old town (Optional). Overnight Stay in Valladolid.

Day 3. Valladolid - Segovia
Breakfast. You will depart on your own to Valladolid Train station to catch the Train to Segovia.   Upon arrival, you will go on your own to your selected hotel. Afternoon, You will be met a private guide for a City walk old town with Cathedral (Optional). Overnight Stay in Segovia

Day 4. Segovia – Madrid
Breakfast. You will depart on your own to Segovia Train station to catch the Train to Madrid. End of the Services
 

NIGHTS

CITY

CODE

ACCOMMODATION

1

AVILA

«T»
«F»

«C»

Tourist Class

First Class

Charming

1

VALLADOLID

«T»
«F»

«C»

Tourist Class

First Class

Charming

1

SEGOVIA

«T»
«F»

«C»

Tourist Class

First Class

Charming


 PRICES PER PERSON IN EUROS FROM 

Code

Triple Room

Double Room

Single Supplement

«T »

140

160

70

«F »

180

200

100

«C »

210

230

130


The Price Included

- Train Ticket in tourist class : Madrid –Avila / Avila –Valladolid / Valladolid-Segovia / Segovia-Madrid
- 3 nights hotel accommodation 
- Daily Breakfast
- Taxes

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Custom Services
City Walk Old Town- AVILA



The Tour Includes:
- English speaking local guide
- Entrance fees to the main 
   important monuments
- Taxes  

Avila is well-known for the intact medieval wall surrounding the city, for being the birthplace and home of Santa Teresa of Jesus (a devout Catholic nun famous for writing poems dedicated to Jesus to in which she expressed her devotion to Him) and for sweetmeats made by local nuns and sold in small shops throughout the city. Especially "yemas" made with egg yolks and sugar. A trip to Avila is a treat at any time of year, but we especially enjoy Avila in the freezing Winter temperatures or in the Autumn. Few cities and surroundings give you the opportunity to travel back in time in such a special way. Avila is declared  World Heritage Site.


City Walk Old Town- VALLADOLID



The Tour Includes:
- English speaking local guide
- Entrance fees to the main 
   important monuments
- Taxes  

The city of Valladolid is centred on its beautiful central square, the Parque Francisco Cantón Rosado. The popular square is dotted with trees and plants, several cast iron benches and a strange fountain with a colourful statue of a Mayan lady pouring water. The plaza is lined with several remarkable historical buildings, most notably the Catedral de San Servacio, constructed around 1700AD, the 17th century Méson del Marquéz, now containing an excellent hotel and restaurant, and the beautiful town hall (palacio municipal), complete with a colonnaded façade and a lavish interior. If you look at the street map of Valladolid, you will immediately notice the straight grid and the numbered streets which are so common in cities in the Americas. From the Parque a walking tour will be the easiest and nicest way to explore the city. On Calle (Street) 41, in the southeast of the square only a few meters away is the rather interesting San Roque Museum, deicated to the town's long history. It even contains some object from the times of the Mayan city Zací. As is ubiquitous in Valladolid, this calle is lined with gorgeous 19th century houses, painted in pastel or bright colours. If you follow Calle 36 about 200m north and go eastwards on Calle 35, it will bring you to the nice pink-and- white coloured Candelaria church, with its beautiful blue altarpiece. Beyond the church, Calle 35 continues in a not so interesting and a little neglected part of the town. However, there are a few authentic saloons here, complete with swing doors and cowboy hatted locals, but no tourists. 500m further, Calle 50 runs south for almost 1km towards the Sisal area, one of the city's most interesting parts apart from the central plaza. It is also one of the oldest parts, meaning the streets are not straight here and not forming a perfect grid. Its unofficial centre is the grassy Parque Sisal in front of the massive Templo y Exconvento de San Bernardino de Siena. This partly ruined building can be visited, but a small donation is expected by the guards. It is one of the oldest church buildings in the Yucatán. From here Calle 41A runs northeast towards the city centre again and finishes this walking tour in a splendid way. The houses in 41A are all beautifully restored and painted in pastels, plus the city council has done a great job in decorating the street with flowers and plants.


City Walk Old Town- SEGOVIA



The Tour Includes:
- English speaking local guide
- Entrance fees to the main 
   important monuments
- Taxes  

Segovia is one of Spain's most famous historic cities. It is located in the Castilla and León region just  an hour's drive from Madrid. The collection of historical monuments, their conservation together with its beauty make this an impressive city to visit. It was delared a World Heritage Site in 1985.
Some of the surrounding villages, entrapped in small valleys within the canyons of the River Doratón also have superb Roman historical monuments to see. Segovia is a relatively small province and you can get to most of the nearby well known villages very easily but for those looking for something more peaceful off the main tourist route there are a number of lesser known but equally interesting villages.