what we have not told you about madrid on segway

Let's be honest. Madrid by segway it can be fascinating. Since it is a city that has the historical Center and tourist concentrated in a small district that is easily accessible. But we will not talk here about what everyone already knows!

If you go to travel to the capital we recommend these guided tours around Madrid that they concentrate the best of Madrid! We will not tell you which places we touch on each tour because you can already see it in the infographic below. We will tell you those little things that are not so well known by tourism or by the locals themselves.


In this tour we will walk through the Cuchilleros street, in the Madrid of the Habsburgs, which changes its name when you cross the Arco de Cuchilleros. Its name is due to the fact that the guild of knife workers who supplied the butchers of the market of the Main SquareIn this area the different trades were concentrated, that is why we have Bordadores street, La Sal street ... The upper part of this street is called Cava of San Miguel, and formerly here was the 12th century wall. The name of cava is due to the verb "dig", because the moat that they dug to make the wall used to pass through here.

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We ventured to see if the park guards let us in and if we succeeded we will enjoy a beautiful and huge park. We can enter through the Gate of spain where we will see the statues of the kings of Spain that must have been adorning the cornice of the Royal Palace, but Carlos III decided to move them here for fear that some earthquake in Madrid would make one fall and kill someone.


Park that was the hunting ground of the kings and currently offers its nature to all Madrilenians and tourists. Did you know here is the Sale of the Batán? Where the bulls are kept that are later fought in the Bullring of Las Ventas. The home of the Vargas family can be considered the Casa de Campo original, where San Isidro (patron of Madrid) worked, under the command of Iván de Vargas.


A green route where is the oldest bridge in the city, the Puente de Segovia, built by the same architect who built El Escorial. They knew it? Another beautiful bridge that we visit on this route is that of Toledo, from the year 1732.


The Estadio Santiago Bernabéu! Of the sporting glories that dominate Spain ... Madrid goes with its flag ... 85,454 spectators enter the stands! In its museum we can see the First Copa del Rey that won the Real Madrid team, the Origin of the Legend, as it says on its pedestal ... And the other 9 European cups. Only team in the world to have 9 cups of the European Cup. It is exciting…! We can see the Real Madrid Shield and how it has changed throughout its history. The balls that have been used ...


You already know that this restaurant is the oldest in the world, right? In 1725 the Hostería Botín, by the French Jean Botín, married to an Asturian woman. And when he dies, his nephew takes over. They say that Goya He worked here as a dishwasher before turning to painting. Another personality that has passed through here has been Ernest Hemingway, who quotes the restaurant in two of his books. The roast pig is their star product and is made with onion, garlic, bay leaf, thyme, white wine, lard and water. A delight of the Castilian cuisine!

Well, you know a little more about our Segway tours in Madrid. And you can't imagine what you will know after taking a tour with us! Contact us and we will guide you through the streets of Madrid in an unforgettable visit. Tel. +34 910 023 001 – Phone: +34 637 263 886

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