ÁVILA: Knightly Ávila, Saintly Ávila. Thick 11th-century Romanesque walls surround the
old city, guarding many of its wonderful sights. More than a city, it looks like a great castle.
It boasts numerous Romanesque churches, Gothic palaces and a 12th-century fortified
cathedral. This was the birthplace of St. Teresa of Jesus, great mystic of the Catholic
Church. We make a stop at Cerro de Los Cuatro Postes to admire one of the best views
of the city. The tour includes: Cathedral (outside), San Vicente Basilica and Santa Teresa
SEGOVIA: The city was an important military centre in Roman times, demonstrated by the
construction of its magnificent aqueduct. It was chosen by the kings of Castilla as their
residence and has one of Spain’s best preserved medieval quarters.
At arrival, lunch included in a typical restaurant according your choice:
TAPA includes a bite of Spanish omelet and a drink.
TOURIST LUNCH: La Granja Broad Beans, Segovia-Style Stewed Young Beef with Side and
TRADITIONAL LUNCH: La Granja Broad Beans, Roast Suckling Pig, Ponche Segoviano
Layer Cake with Ice Cream, Wine, Mineral Water and Coffee.
Then, we will visit the Cathedral and The Alcázar.