Having Madrid as its headquarters
located us close to places and cities
LET US SHOW THEM.
Madrid as the capital of Spain, is a cosmopolitan city that combines the most modern infrastructures and it’s economic, financial, administrative and services center with an immense cultural and artistic heritage, a legacy of centuries of fascinating history.
A city to enjoy with all the senses. Gastronomy, art, culture, architecture… Everything at the highest level you can imagine. A great city that we know very well and we are eager to show you. There is nothing that could not be done in Madrid.
The city of Toledo, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1986, is nestled on a rocky promontory surrounded by the Tagus River in the center of Spain, barely 70 kilometers from the capital, Madrid.
Considered by many as a Second Rome, Toledo is unique in its details, its history, its culture and its charm. The three cultures of the three monotheistic religions – the Muslim, the Hebrew and the Christian – left their mark here. It makes for walking along its long slopes and looking at its horizon, which awakens sensations in the eyes of those who visit it.
Declared by UNESCO a World Heritage Site, it has an exceptional monumental offer as a result of the expansion of its patrimonial assets.
But not only the capital possesses this artistic wealth, but also, throughout the provincial area there are numerous and rich art exhibitions, which allow the realization of different routes, depending on the hobbies or preferences of the tourist.
We invite you to discover Salamanca. If you have not been ever, get ready to surprise you; If you already know it, let yourself be amazed once more. A cheerful, university and lively city awaits you. It is the diversity of people: the students, the tourists and the own local people, one of its main attributes, and they are the ones that give the city a pleasant, fresh and young atmosphere. The city is always open, ready to welcome and deliver the wealth of its heritage, its culture and its gastronomy. The city is a World Heritage Site, and has a multitude of corners and historic buildings; All of them are concentrated in the historical center, so the visit should be done on foot.
In the heart of Sierra de Guadarrama, just 50 kilometers from Madrid, the town of San Lorenzo de El Escorial is located. Mount Abantos, its pine forest and the La Herrería meadow compose the natural landscape of this place, which has in the Monastery of El Escorial.
An essential visit for anyone approaching Madrid.
Cuenca preserves an important historical and architectural heritage, which extends throughout the old city, although focused on buildings such as the Cathedral or the Hanging Houses, which have become the symbol of the city.
It is also characterized by having numerous museums (more than 10) in the small space of the old city. Among them are the Museum of Spanish Abstract Art, the Museum of Sciences of Castilla-La Mancha and the Museum of Cuenca. Among the main cultural events are the Holy Week and the Religious Music Week.
ÁVILA is the city where heritage, history and art, gastronomy, festivity and mysticism, culture and nature are found.
A medieval city, of the three World Heritage cultures, integrated in the Jewish Network.
A modern city, which joins modernity and tourism quality, with establishments that combine comfort and avant-garde with accessible and social tourism.
Avila, World Heritage City.
The Wine Routes is almost obligatory in Spain. There are many areas that generate large wines in the country, the best known being the Wine Route of Rioja Alta or the Rioja Alavesa and the Ribera del Duero. It is in them that the wine culture is developed mainly from where come parts of the most prestigious wines of the world.
Together with the richness and diversity of the Historical – Artistic Heritage, and, on the other hand, an environment and a landscape characterized by the vineyards, in addition to the hospitality of the people and their locals, we have guaranteed the best experiences.