Meal(s) Included: Breakfast and Lunch
Accommodations: The Westin Palace, Madrid
Breakfast at the Hotel
Enjoy a leisurely breakfast at this classic hotel and ready yourself for a day of exploration.
Summer Palace Gardens, Segovia
On your motor coach ride to Segovia, enjoy a brief stop at the Royal Palace of La Granja de San Ildefonso. With spectacular gardens and a striking facade, this former summer residence of Spanish royalty is an ideal spot to snap a picture of your family!
Alcázar of Segovia Tour
Visit Spain's most famous castle, featuring fairytale turrets and a distinctive ship's bow shape. This soaring 12th-century royal palace has a history that tells the tale of the region.
Tour this magnificent, 16th-century, Gothic-style cathedral that stands proudly in Plaza Mayor in the heart of Segovia where Isabella I was proclaimed Queen of Castile. One of Spain's most emblematic Gothic churches, its uncluttered interior offers walls of stained glass, chapels containing captivating religious paintings and a museum.
Lunch at Mesón De Cándido
Break for lunch at the only surviving public house alongside Segovia's 2,000-year-old Roman aqueduct, which has been patronized by kings, queens and modern-day celebrities alike. This family-owned inn is famous for its roast suckling pig and unique method of carving the meat.
Junior Adventurers Art Detective & Scavenger Hunt
Adventure Guides supervise a hunt that takes Junior Adventurers throughout this area, spotting the art that has brought it such renown.
On Your Own at the Hotel
Return from Segovia to The Westin Palace, Madrid where you can relax in style before you step out again for dinner.
Dinner On Your Own
Dine at any of the culinary gems you may encounter on the walking tour or explore the Literary Quarter's many tapas bars and cafés. Your Adventure Guides can offer suggestions to suit your taste and budget.
Early Evening Guided Walking Tour (Optional)
Join your Adventure Guides for a casual walking tour of Old Madrid. See iconic sights like the bear and madroño tree statue—the heraldic symbol of Madrid—at the Puerta del Sol. Learn about the history of the Plaza Mayor and explore the lively San Miguel Market.