Private tour Madrid

The capital of Spain since 1561, is a large city of six and a half million inhabitants, where the typical Mediterranean life, allows a great activity, fun, entertainment and permanent cultural offer.

The activity of this city is unique compared to another European city, hence the attraction for its visitors that allows them to enjoy at all times a very careful activity of leisure and culture, which have made Madrid one of the most visited cities in the last years.

From Madrid, located in the center of the Iberian Peninsula, you can start any visit to the other destinations depending on the traveler's interest. Taking advantage of the good offer of train and highways.

See our offer of guided tours that will help you organize your visit in the best possible way.
We can also combine the visits adapting to your interests.

- Panoramic Visit of Madrid, duration 3 hours.

This tour will provide you with a very accurate idea of ​​the city of Madrid. The tour is designed so that you do not stay all the time in the car but with stops to walk and visit the main attractions. Allows you to take a tour with a broad knowledge of the most representative places in the area.
Gran vía

- Walking Tours: Madrid de los Austrias, Madrid de los Borbones, Literary Madrid and Medieval Madrid. Duration 2 - 2h 30 '

Historic Madrid is a very compact area with pedestrian zones, without cars, so we recommend this visit to get to know our narrow streets full of history and interesting anecdotes, with small palatial gardens from the 18th century and medieval churches ...

- Tapas Tour: A tour that combines, heritage, history of Madrid and current events with the tasting of typical products from Madrid. Stops in taverns Madrileñas with history. Duration approx. 2h 30 '

  • La Almudena
  • Plaza Mayor
  • La Almudena
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  • La Cibeles

Royal Palace

The Royal Palace was built by Philip V in 1738. The structure took 26 years to build. The first king who lived in the Palace was Carlos III and the last King was Alfonso XIII in 1931. Currently in the Palace there are certain official acts normally linked to the international context.

We will make an exterior panoramic of the Palace and later enter into the most representative rooms of the same. Among them we will visit: the Hall of Columns, the Throne Room, the Rooms of Carlos III, the Hall of the Banquets, the Hall of Proclamation, the Hall of Stradivarius or the Chapel. We will talk about vaults, dressing rooms, paintings, tapestries, columns, statues, clocks or even Palace protocol and how life was in it and what personalities have gone through it.

Palacio Real

Santiago Bernabeu

Santiago Bernabeu

The Santiago Bernabéu is possibly the most important football stadium in the world. Inaugurated in 1947, it has witnessed the great successes of Real Madrid, the most successful football team of the 20th century and which, among other successes, houses in the showcases of its museum the maximum number of European Cups held by a football club ( 13).

  • We will make a panoramic tour of the stadium, then tour through the different trophy rooms (legendary players, audiovisual first team, gold balls, rain of goals, basketball, Real Madrid sounds, kings of Europe , etc.)
  • Then we will go down to the playing field,  the box of honor,  visit the benches of both the local team and the visitors, the technical zone, the changing rooms, the press room and finally the official team store. Throughout the tour we can take various photographs and portray ourselves (photomontage with our favorite player). Duration approx. 2h


The Escorial and its Monastery, half day, maximum duration 5 hours, built between 1563 and 1584, work of Juan Bautista de Toledo we will have the opportunity to visit one of the most impressive Wonders of the World (given its size and complexity). It is a perfect representation of the lavish works that Felipe II ordered built, which is possibly one of the most impressive architectural complexes in the world and which is kept in an incredible state of preservation.

We can visit the monastery founded by the Jerónimos monks, the royal palace that was the residence of the Spanish royal family, the library, the basilica and the burial place of the kings of Spain.
El Escorial

His paintings, sculptures, liturgical ornaments and other sumptuary, sacred and ceremonial objects turn El Escorial into an entire museum.

After the visit, optionally we can taste a lunch in one of the best restaurants in the city.


  • Aranjuez and its Royal Palace, half day, maximum duration 5 hours.
  • ARANJUEZ + Chinchón with its unique Bullring, full day, 8 hours. This visit can be combine with a castillian wonderfull lunch in Chinchon.
  • Chinchon:  Town belonging to the Community of Madrid, is located 48 km from the center (about 45 minutes by car).