Half-Day El Escorial & Valley of the Fallen Tour from Madrid
Pick-up serviceWe provide pick up from selected hotels according to our bus route. Please indicate the name of your Hotel for confirmation once you have booked.
- Visit the monastery of El Escorial
- Tour the Mausoleum of the Spanish Monarchs
- Basilic and Crypt entrance of the Valley of the Fallen
The Monastery of El Escorial was built under the reign of powerful King Philip II. Designed as a residence of kings, a monastery, and a pantheon to the royal family, it has since become a symbol of the great power of the Spanish empire during that time.
Your visit will include tours of the monastery, the Hall of Battles, the Museum of Architecture, the Cloister of the Four Evangelists, the Palace of Philip II, the Pantheon of the Kings, the Basilica, and the very important old Library.
The Valley of the Fallen is a monument built as a memorial of those who died during the Spanish Civil War in 1936. Located in a beautiful valley in the Mountains of Guadarrama, the impressive work has a colossal cross over 150 mts. high, and the Basilic and Crypt excavated in the hard rock under the mountain. This tours includes the entrance to the Valley and the visit inside the Basilic. Duration of this tour aprox. 5 hours.
Reservations required. If by any chance the Basilic is not open to public, we shall visit the important Library of the Escorial
- Transportation by deluxe motor coaches with air-conditioning
- Multilingual tour conductor
- Entrance fees to El Escorial
- Entrance fees to the Valley of the Fallen and Basilic inside.
- Meals and drinks (unless specified), Tips and gratuities, Personal expenses
Please see the hotel pick-up description below, alternatively, our coach departs from the bus terminal located in San Bernardo 7, close to Madrid's famous Gran Via. The closest metro stations to the bus terminal are Santo Domingo (Line 2) and Callao (Lines 3 and 5), located 2 and 5 minutes walking distance respectively from the terminal. (Open in Google Maps)
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