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Customized Travel / Spain by train / Departures from Madrid / The way of Santiago
The way of Santiago 5 days
300 euros
(Madrid - Burgos - León - Santiago de Compostela - Madrid)
For over a thousand years, pilgrims from all European countries have followed the Way to Santiago as a demonstration of their faith. The various routes cross the northern third of the Iberian Peninsula and terminate at the tomb of Saint James (Santiago) in Santiago de Compostela. A route steeped in history and personal sacrifice, set among splendid landscapes.



Suggested Itinerary              

Day 1. Madrid – Burgos
This Morning you will depart on your own to Madrid Train station to catch the Train to Burgos.  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 Burgos.

Day 2. Burgos – Leon
Breakfast.Morning at leisure. This afternoon you will depart on your own  to Burgos Train Station to catch the train to Léon. Upon arrival, you will go on your own to your selected hotel.. Overnight Stay in Léon.

Day 3. León – Santiago de Compostela
Breakfast. This morning You will be met a  private guide for a City walk old town with Cathedral (Optional) and to catch the train to Santiago de Compostela. Upon arrival, you will go on your own to your selected hotel. Overnight Stay in Santiago.

Day 4. Santiago de Compostela
Breakfast .This morning You will be met a private guide  for a City walk old town with Cathedral (Optional). Rest of the daya t lesiure .Overnight Stay in Santiago.

Day 5. Madrid Arrival
Breakfast.Morning at leisure. Afternoon, you will depart on your own to Santiago train station to catch the train to Madrid. End of the Services
 

NIGHTS

CITY

CODE

ACCOMMODATION

1

BURGOS

«T»
«F»

«C»

Tourist Class

First Class

Charming

1

LEON

«T»
«F»

«C»

Tourist Class

First Class

Charming

2

SANTIAGO

«T»
«F»

«C»

Tourist Class

First Class

Charming

 

 PRICES PER PERSON IN EUROS FROM 

Code

Triple Room

Double Room

Single Supplement

«T »

300

320

100

«F »

340

370

140

«C »

390

420

180


The Price Included

- Train Ticket in tourist class : Madrid –Burgos/ Burgos – Leon /   Leon – Santiago / Santiago – Madrid
- 4 nights hotel  accommodation 
- Daily Breakfast
- Taxes
   
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THE WAY OF SANTIAGO 5 DAYS


Custom Services
City Walk Old Town- BURGOS



The Tour Includes:
- English speaking local guide
- Walking Tour through the  
   historical heard of Burgos
- Entrance fees to the Cathedral 
- Taxes

On this half-day private tour you will visit Burgos, a city in Castilla-Leon situated in the Pilgrims Road to Santiago de Compostela, still preserves important vestiges of its medieval splendour. The city, which was the capital of the unified kingdom of Castilla-Leon for five centuries, boasts a masterpiece of Spanish Gothic architecture: the cathedral of Burgos, declared World Heritage. Aside from a visit to the historic quarter, you can take a quite interesting walk along the banks of the Duero and Arlanza rivers. Great places to approach a delicious, varied cuisine. Also you can find Las Huelgas Reales Monastery and the Cartuja of Miraflores. Burgos It preserves a large number of churches, palaces and other building from the medieval age. The city is surrounded by the Fuentes Blancas and the Paseo de la Isla parks. The Museum of Human Evolution was opened in 2010, unique in its kind across the world and projected to become one of the top 10 visited museums in Spain. The museum features the first Europeans, which lived in this area 800,000 years ago.


City Walk Old Town- LEON



The Tour Includes:
- English speaking local guide
- Walking Tour through the 
   historical heard of Leon
- Entrance fees to the Cathedral
- Taxes

After a period of stagnation during the early modern age, it was one of the first cities to hold an uprising in the Spanish War of Independence, and some years later, in 1833 acquired the status of provincial capital. The 20th Century saw a significant acceleration in the rate of urban expansion which had been observed since the end of the 19th Century, when the city became an important communications hub of the northwest due to the rise of the coal mining industry and the arrival of the railroad. Leon's historical and architectural heritage, as well as the numerous festivals hosted throughout the year (particularly noteworthy are the Easter processions) and it's location on the Camino de Santiago, which is ranked as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, make it a destination of both domestic and international tourism. Some of the city's most prominent historical buildings are the Cathedral, the finest example of French-style classic Gothic architecture in Spain, the Basilica of San Isidoro, one of the most important Romanesque churches in Spain and resting place of Leon's medieval monarchs, the Monastery of San Marcos, a prime example of plateresque and Renaissance Spanish architecture, and the Casa Botines, a Modernist creation of the architect Antoni Gaudí. A noteworthy example of modern architecture is the city's Museum of Contemporary Art or MUSAC.


City Walk Old Town -SANTIAGO DE COMPOSTELA



The Tour Includes:
- English speaking local guide
- Walking Tour through the
   historical heard of Santiago
- Taxes

Santiago de Compostela is the jewel in Galicia's historic, cultural and medieval crown. Santiago is this Spanish region's most famous and illustrious city and it holds a vast medieval district with many monuments and buildings of not just Spanish, but international importance. It is quite rightly regarded as one of the world's great cities. The city of Santiago de Compostela has World Heritage status and receives hundreds of thousands of visitors every year. Many of these travellers have an interest in exploring and experiencing this historic town’s culture, its unique buildings and architecture, along with its many districts and quarters, all of which have an historic reference.Santiago's original settlement dates back to the ninth century, as does the beginnings of one of the most spectacular cathedrals in the world. The city is also the resting place of the apostle Saint James whose connection with both the cathedral and town has led to Santiago's significance as the third most important place in Christendom. The cathedral itself is the final destination for thousands of Christian pilgrims who walk the "Way of St. James (Camino de Santiago)" pilgrimage across Galicia in order to reach this impressive city and visit the tomb of the saint himself. The cathedral though is far from Santiago de Compostela's only outstanding architectural icon. The old town is full of dazzling examples of Gothic, Neo-classical, Romanesque and Baroque design and nearly all are on a grand or monumental scale.