Information about the itinerary:
Day 1: We depart from our terminal at the designated time and arrive at Segovia. We then enjoy a sightseeing tour, after which we go to our hotel to check in. Dinner and overnight stay in Segovia.
Day 2: After breakfast we visit the Alcazar of Segovia. We then take a walk through the old town and see many interesting places including the Roman aqueduct. After our walk we continue our journey onwards to Toledo, the old capital of the peninsula. When we arrive at Toledo we go on a sightseeing tour through the city. This is followed by a visit to a sword and armour workshop, where they also make and sell many other traditional handicrafts, for example: dishes, jewels, pins, vases and much more. We then go to the hotel. Dinner and overnight stay in Toledo.
Day 3: Breakfast is followed by a visit to the famous Cathedral of Toledo and a walk through the old town. Afterwards we make the return trip to our terminal. The end of our service.
Included in our prices:
- Travel Insurance
- Transportation by bus
- 2 hotel nights based on half board (breakfast and dinner)
- Tour guide and local guides
* Pepe Tours reserves the right to change the itinerary and the order of the excursions for organisational reasons.
Segovia and Toledo are two of the oldest and most beautiful cities in Spain and have been declared UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Their history is extensive … Celts, Romans, Visigoths, Muslims and the Christian Kings all left their footprints behind in these two amazing cities.
Segovia is the city where the Catholic Queen Isabella was crowned in 1474. The Cathedral of Segovia is a construction of impressive beauty. It was built in late Gothic style and has an impressive Renaissance bell tower 88 meters high.
The Alcazar of Segovia is one of the most distinctive castle-palaces in the whole of Spain (and was one of the inspirations for Walt Disney’s Cinderella Castle). Its origins were as a Roman and then Arab fort and in the Middle Ages it was one of the favourite residences of the monarchs of Castile.
The Aqueduct of Segovia, one of the most impressive aqueducts in history, runs through the city. It’s a legacy of the Roman era and is one of the most significant and best-preserved ancient monuments in the region.
Toledo, the imperial city of Charles I, is a traditional steel making centre and is world-famous for its swords. Its legendary past is clearly visible today; it’s a city of impressive monuments and medieval souvenirs. Painters seeking inspiration looked to Toledo. Toledo Cathedral is a beautiful 13th century high gothic Cathedral constructed from white limestone.
Travel with Pepe Tours to discover these surprising and marvellous historic cities.