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Discover the Best Excursions Starting from Madrid

Septiembre 09, 2021


Segovia, only 67 kilometres from Madrid, is a World Heritage Site. It features an aqueduct considered to be one of the greatest architectural works of the Roman Empire. If you take the train from Chamartín Station, you will be in Segovia in thirty minutes. There is also a slower, one-hour alternative, which is to take a bus from the Moncloa Intermodal Transport Hub. Both options are extremely affordable, with tickets costing no more than 14 euros. Either way, you shouldn't miss out on the magic and history of this city.


Some places look like something taken from a fairy tale, and Ávila is one of them. The city is surrounded by a wall that is more than 2,500 metres long and is home to the oldest Gothic cathedral in Spain. How to get there? Very easy! You can take a train from Príncipe Pío Station, which costs thirteen euros and takes an hour and a half. If you're looking for something cheaper, trains from Chamartín cost nine euros and take about two hours to get there. You choose!


Experience its magic and discover its incredible medieval monuments that will take your breath away. You can visit this amazing city by taking the bus that leaves from Elíptica Square in Madrid. The journey takes about one hour. A faster option is to take the train from Atocha Station. If you have a car, drive there and enjoy the marvellous landscapes of Castilla-La Mancha. 

Explore the surroundings of Madrid and enjoy an unforgettable experience. When you return to the capital, our flats will be waiting so that you can get the rest you deserve. Gran View Apartments, your home in the heart of Madrid.

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