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Valley of the Fallen-Escorial-Segovia. FD-Day Tour


Accessible Madrid offers a a wide selection of 1-Day Tours departing and arriving in Madrid on the same day. In this occassion we would like to introduce you to one of our most demanded private and unique accessible tours: Northwest Treasures 1-Day Tour, visiting the Valley of the Fallen, The Monastery of El Escorial and Segovia. This tour is targeted for those with disabilities, people with reuced mobility or simply slow walkers.

This tour uses a private wheelchair accessible van for transportation and involves little walking/rolling.

Please see below the tour agenda:

Valley of the Fallen: visit to the Basilica in the valley of Cuelgamuros. The Valley of the Fallen is located about 9 kilometers from El Escorial. It is a huge monument built between 1940 and 1959 to honor the Spaniards killed during the civil war. The basilica carved into the mountain at 1,350 meters above sea level, where an impressive cross of 150 meters high is overlooking the magnificent nature reserve of the Sierra de Madrid where the valley is located. The inside of the basilica is not accessible by wheelchair.

Monasterio de El Escorial: This wonderful building is considered a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. El Escorial was built as a symbol of the strength of the Spanish empire in the sixteenth century and commemorates the Battle of San Quentin. It is also the mausoleum of King Charles V. During the visit you enter the palace of the Habsburgs, to the Pantheon of the kings, Chapter Rooms, the Patio de los Reyes, the Crypt for the Princes and Princess, the impressive Library and the Basilica. Some rooms of the Monasterio de El Escorial are not accessible by wheelchair.

Segovia (stop for lunch in a traditional restaurant): Segovia is one of the most famous historical cities of Spain. It is located in the region of Castilla y León just an hour drive from Madrid. It is a must-see city due to its collection of historical monuments along with its beauty. It was declared a World Heritage Site in 1985 Sights to visit: The Aqueduct, the Cathedral, the Alcazar of Segovia, Royal Street and Church of Vera Cruz.

Return to Madrid in the evening

Northwest Treasures 1-Day Tour
- English/Spanish Guide/Driver
- Wheelchair accessible minivan
- Tickets for atractions are included in the price

Contact Details
For more information, please contact our Sales Team at the following telphone number +34915701682 or email address: info@accessiblemadrid.com