Take the road less traveled through Spain's three largest cities. From historical Madrid through ambitious Valencia to the paradise of Barcelona.
Famous for Fashion and Football See the Real Madrid on Private Tours
Famous for Balenciaga Fashion and The Real Madrid Football Team, see the real Madrid on guided private tours. While skiing on snow-capped slopes in Madrid is not what you think of when you plan a holiday to Madrid it is possible to Ski all year round as the city has facilities readily available. The winter sports here are fabulous and very popular with locals and tourists; they especially like the apres ski facilities.
Madrid possesses a very sophisticated infrastructure; it has also lovingly preserved the design and feel of several of its most historic and iconic buildings, neighborhoods, and streets. Magnificient Madrid city tours will take you through the lovely districts with beautiful ancient architecture, cultural hotspots, museums, heritage centers and fabulous fashion houses.
Madrid is full of history, culture, fashion and shopping opportunities with great clubs and nightlife. The fantastic street food like the famous Churros can be found in the main square they are little bites of heaven. It is the ideal location to relax, eat tapas, drink sangria and do some great sightseeing.
Had Enough of the Sun! Try a Ski Holiday in Madrid on Custom Private Tours
The city of Madrid has mountain ranges that are ideal for skiing and snowboarding in the winter season. Valdesquí is the most popular ski resort, with 27 tracks, 15 ski lifts and lots of cafés and rest areas to enjoy some well deserved apres ski. Guides are readily available to assist everyone from advanced to first-time skiers.
Puerto de Navacerrada private tours are perfect for a day of skiing with your family and friends. You can rent sleds so that children and amateurs can ride the more gentle slopes and have fun with the instructors. Equipment is available for hire for all the family but book your tours well in advance as Puerto de Navacerrada is very attractive to holidaymakers and space can be limited.
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Travel Tips for Madrid
Private tours to Madrid are perfect at any time of the year due to the facilities and activities available from sun and ski holidays. March/ April/ May/ June/ September/October and November are great times to travel as it is not peak season and can be slightly cheaper. The weather is still warm off peak and there are fewer tourists on Madrid private tours so booking tours is a lot easier and the heat is more tolerable.
Spain, in general, is cheaper than many other European major cities and easily comparable as they all use Euro. There are of course many different ranges in price and standards for eateries and hotels in Madrid you certainly get what you pay for here. Madrid custom private tours will vary in price depending on your tour operator and the time of the year. Traveling around the city is easy and cheap when you use public transport.
When traveling to Spain a good thing to know is that they have specific dining times, lunch is at 2.30pm and dinner is no earlier than 9 pm. Spain is no different from any other country, it has professional pickpockets and scammers so always be careful when carrying money and have it somewhere safe on your person. Keep all personal documents and extra money in the hotel safe if possible.
There are three different climates in Spain because of its size, but tourists can expect the Mediterranean climate of hot, dry summers that will have temperatures reaching 30 degrees Celsius and mild, rainy winters that will have temperatures only going as low as 12 degrees Celsius. There is a mixture of both seasons for Spring and Autumn in the central plateau areas; it is more continental with hot, dry summers and cold winters with snow.
From the epicenter of all things gastronomic in Barcelona to culturally rich Madrid and the historic legacies of Andalucía’s Granada, Cordoba &amp; Seville, this carefully curated sojourn immerses you in Spain at her finest.