If you enjoy your visit and make the most of the surroundings, we offer several places of tourist interest and entertainment to spend a pleasant day.
Ocana boasts beautiful monuments in highlighting its magnificent Plaza Mayor, the Palacio de los Cárdenas and the Fuente Grande, all of them declared Monuments of National Tourist Interest ..
His other jewels are the Fuente Vieja, the Teatro Lope de Vega and the Convent of Santo Domingo ..
The city of Toledo, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, is nestled on a rocky promontory surrounded by the Tagus river in the heart of Spain, just 70 kilometers from the capital, Madrid.
Considered by many as a Second Rome, Toledo no longer a unique city. Unique in its details, its history, its culture and charm.
In its streets shine with their own light the Alcázar, the Cathedral, the Synagogue of Santa Maria la Blanca, the Transito Synagogue and the Museo del Greco.
If you want to feel free as a bird, off the ground and touch the sky with your fingers, Senasa Flight School offers different alternatives.
More information on the phone 925 130 769
Located between Aranjuez and Ocaña, Ocaña Karting circuit offers the best prospects for motor enthusiasts. Those who wish to emulate Fernando Alonso, here is your best chance ...
More information on the phone 691538460 or on the website http://kartingocana.com
This large theme park located in the municipality of San Martin de la Vega, just outside Madrid, is designed for the enjoyment of young and old.
In total there are 35 attractions among which six spectacular roller coasters and six water scenarios.
More information on the park service phone 902 02 41 00 or on their website http://www.parquewarner.com
Located on the wide, flat valley that forms the valley of the Tagus and Jarama rivers, in a natural setting, the town of Aranjuez, declared a World Cultural Heritage Site by Unesco in 2001 rises.
His greatest treasures are the Royal Palace Gardens, the Casa del Labrador, Barges Museum (Casa de Marinos), the Palace of Medinaceli and its typical corralas.
The capital of Spain is a modern, cosmopolitan and hospitable metropolis that attracts by its open nature. If you visit, do not stop to see some of your icons like the Plaza Mayor, Puerta del Sol, the Cibeles and Puerta de Alcala.
If you call attention to the museums on Paseo del Arte we gathered the Prado, Reina Sofia and Thyssen-Bornemisza.
If your motives are more mundane and head to the sports field, do not forget to do a guided tour of the Santiago Bernabeu Stadium or the Vicente Calderon tour.
This Madrid municipality located southeast of the capital has one of the most famous squares in Spain.
Plaza Mayor, Medieval style, surprises by its irregular shape, arches and balconies. This place has been made bullfights, military parades, performances, plays, etc.
To enjoy this town is best to wander through its streets and enjoy its attractions such as the Castle of the Counts, the Clock Tower or the Teatro Lope de Vega, among others.