Puerta de Toledo

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Puerta de Toledo: Our most recommended tours and activities

Madrid River Segway Tour

1. Madrid River Segway Tour

Start your Segway tour with a brief visit to the Royal Palace. After, you will descend to the Manzanares River to reach La Puerta de San Vicente and the Puente del Rey, which provided the passage from the Royal Palace to the Casa de Campo.   You will then have time to admire the Segovia Bridge, a Renaissance work by Juan de Herrera, before reaching the Bridge of Andorra and the Bridge of Toledo. One of the most beautiful of Madrid, the bridge is baroque style and was ordered to be constructed by Felipe IV who ordered.   From this, you will continue to the Pasarela de La Arganzuela bridge, the most modern in Madrid. After enjoying time in this green area, you will go back to the center through the Puerta de Toledo, stopping at the church of San Francisco el Grande. Finally, you will visit the Plaza de Oriente and pass through the Cathedral of La Almudena. Don’t miss out on this exciting adventure through Madrid!      

Madrid: Hop-On Hop-Off Bus & Santiago Bernabéu Stadium Tour

2. Madrid: Hop-On Hop-Off Bus & Santiago Bernabéu Stadium Tour

Explore Madrid in comfort and convenience on a hop-on hop-off double-decker bus. Discover Madrid's historic landmarks and its modern attractions in detail with a single ticket. Hop-on and hop-off the bus as many times as you wish and enjoy the city at your own pace. There are two routes available: Blue Route: Historical Madrid • Museo del Prado • Puerta de Alcalá • Barrio de Salamanca • Plaza de Colón • Plaza de Cibeles • Gran Via  • Plaza de España • Templo de Debod • Teatro Real • Palacio Real • Puerta de Toledo • San Francisco El Grande • Catedral Almudena • Plaza Mayor • Puerta del Sol • Círculo Bellas Artes • Museo Thyssen • Museo Reina Sofía  • Jardín Botánico Green Route: Modern Madrid • Plaza Neptuno • Plaza de Cibeles • Plaza de Colón • Museo Esculturas • Museo de Ciencias Naturales • Nuevos Ministerios • Santiago Bernabéu Stadium • C.S.I. Científicas • Museo Lázaro Galdiano • Serrano • Museo Arqueológico • Puerta de Alcalá • Alcalá • Puerta del Sol • Plaza de las Cortes Santiago Bernabéu Stadium Tour Hop-off at the Santiago Bernabéu Stadium to take a tour of the iconic home of Real Madrid. Relive more than a hundred years of Real Madrid history as you explore the interactive museum and audiovisuals displays which tell the story of this footballing giant. Step into the press room, the dressing rooms, and walk along the Player’s Tunnel until you reach the pitch, where global superstars have showcased their skills for decades. Take an interactive journey aboard a replica of the official first team bus. See the wide collection of trophies that the club has accumulated over the years. Access the presidential box, the most exclusive area of the venue, and get an exclusive VIP perspective on the stadium which can hold more than 80,000 spectators. Enjoy an interactive experience which is suited to football fanatics and those with a passing interest alike.

Madrid: Self-Guided Audio Walking Tour & Sightseeing

3. Madrid: Self-Guided Audio Walking Tour & Sightseeing

The marvellous city of Madrid is steeped in history and has many wonderful sights to savour. On this tour you will see the spectacular Sabatini Gardens, covering an area of more than 2.5 hectares, and the Plaza de Oriente, dominated by the monumental work of genius that is the equine statue of King Phillip IV. You will also see the Plaza de España with its monument to Cervantes, the writer of Don Quixote, the Palace of the Senate, the Royal Convent of La Encarnación, The Palacio Real de Madrid, the largest royal residence in all of Western Europe, Almudena Cathedral, the Church of Saint-Nicholas, currently believed to be the oldest place of worship in Madrid, The Church of Sacramento, one of the most beautiful and elegant churches in Madrid, the Church of San Pedro el Viejo, one of the city’s most iconic buildings, the Royal Basilica of San Francisco el Grande and the Gate of Toledo, one of Madrid's most popular tourist attractions. Madrid has many fascinating sights to savour on your visit. Your tour. Your way.

Madrid: Full-Day Private History and Legends Walking Tour

4. Madrid: Full-Day Private History and Legends Walking Tour

We are inviting you for this full-day walking tour with a local guide, which will give you a comprehensive introduction to the city. You will visit the historic neighborhoods that have grown up during its long history, from its time as part of Moorish Spain, through the Courts of Castille and the Napoleonic Age, until the modern-day. This is a private tour, which allows you enjoy the intimate experience and together you will walk through the historic center from your hotel lobby, through sights such as Parque de las Vistillas, San Francisco el Grande and Puerta de Toledo. You will visit Plaza Mayor and walk down the Gran Via, Madrid’s showcase shopping district and a testament to early 20th-Century Art Deco architecture. You will take in the Puerta del Sol, where Madrileños celebrate New Year’s Eve by eating a grape on the toll of each bell welcoming in the New Year. During the walk you will have the chance to try some "barquillo," the local liquor of Madroño, and to taste some "Callos a la Madrileña" or "Cocido," served in an authentic atmosphere. Madrid has been the hometown to many different cultures, and you will get to explore its intimate neighborhoods, walking along one of the oldest streets in the city to La Latina. The route you follow takes you through the old city, from the Madrid of the Austrias to the first Muslim area, which formed the origins of the city. It includes an overview of the most important sights, talking about its history and legends as you pass sites such as the magnificent royal Plaza de Oriente, and pop into small taverns to try traditional vermouth with the locals. But, perhaps most importantly, you will break for the day and enjoy a typical Spanish set-menu lunch, lingering for a couple of hours, breaking bread, drinking wine and putting the world to rights as you feast on simple yet utterly delicious food.

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What people are saying about Puerta de Toledo

Overall rating

4.5 / 5

based on 73 reviews

Use and segway rules well explained. Easy drive. Comfortable route and easy to do. The guide Luismi super nice and friendly. We really liked that the group was only four.

Great Tour, have seen a lot. Much fun with the Segway- and a fantastic Guide, Miguel, explaining a lot. I can recommend the tour for 100%!

It was a lot of fun

The guide explained everything great and was very responsive to us ...

Very nice way to discover the city. We used the plan all weekend.

Top experience to discover Madrid Rio with a great guide (Chris).