World Heritage in Madrid

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World Heritage in Madrid
Passport
World
Heritage
in Madrid
www.turismomadrid.es
World
Heritage
in Madrid
Alcalá de Henares
Aranjuez
San Lorenzo de
El Escorial
Passport
World
Heritage
in Madrid
Alcalá de Henares
Aranjuez
San Lorenzo de El Escorial
The Region of Madrid has
three places on the UNESCO
World Heritage List:
The Monastery and Royal Site
of San Lorenzo de El Escorial
The University and historical
centre of Alcalá de Henares
The Cultural Landscape of
Aranjuez
San Lorenzo de El Escorial is a magnificent example of the
creative spirit of Humanity, and the size of the architectural
complex and its surrounding natural environment make it
a place of inexhaustible value. Alcalá de Henares presents
key elements for studying and learning more about the
Spanish language and culture through two millennia of
history. Aranjuez is one of the finest examples of a cultural
landscape we can find in Europe.
In addition to allowing us to learn all about this rich heritage,
the PASSPORT has various functions:
1. On the one hand it is the key to a series of instant
promotions and discounts on transport (Renfe Madrid
suburban rail and inter-city buses), monuments, hotels,
restaurants, shops and other activities which the visitor
can benefit from.
2. On the other hand it is a pocket guide with practical
information and maps to discover and rediscover the three
World Heritage sites you can enjoy in the Region, as a
single visit isn’t enough to discover everything they have
to offer.
3. It is also a guarantee of quality services by both the
institutions and establishments that are part of the
programme.
Table of contents
SAN LORENZO DE EL ESCORIAL8
Map
Schedule of activities
Participating establishments
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ALCALÁ DE HENARES
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Map
Schedule of activities
Participating establishments
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ARANJUEZ44
Map
Schedule of activities
Participating establishments
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San Lorenzo de El Escorial
San Lorenzo de El Escorial is distinguished by its extraordinary artistic
heritage, its cultural offer and its magnificent location in the Sierra de
Guadarrama mountain range. It also boasts major natural and
landscape attractions for mountain climbers and trekking fans.
The Monastery and Royal Site of San Lorenzo de El Escorial were
declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1984. The Monastery,
constructed at the order of Philip II in the brief space of 20 years, boasts
numerous spaces of extremely high historical, artistic and cultural value,
such as the palace buildings of the Hapsburgs and the Bourbons, the
library, the Basilica, the Courtyard of the Kings, the Pantheon of the
Kings, where the remains of the kings and queens regnant of Spain lie,
and the Gardens.
No visit is complete without a stroll around the Historical-Artistic
Complex, where particularly of note are the Royal Coliseum of Charles III,
the Seat of Philip II, from where it is said the monarch would view how
the works on the Monastery were coming along, and a trip to the Luis
Ceballo Arboretum Centre for Environmental Education, which offers
guided walks and itineraries. For nature lovers, the Herrería Forest and
the Abantos Pine Grove await.
And if you want to tantalise your taste buds, San Lorenzo de El Escorial
features traditional mountain cuisine and Guadarrama Designation of
Origin grilled meat dishes, as well as a vast array of international
restaurants and creative, signature cuisine.
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Monastery and Site
of the Escurial, Madrid
inscribed on the World
Heritage List in 1984
www.sanlorenzoturismo.org
Grimaldi, 4
T. 918 905 313
[email protected]
San Lorenzo de El Escorial
28200 Madrid
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1 Royal Monastery of San Lorenzo de El Escorial
Useful discount vouchers to all the National Heritage sites
available for purchase
Paseo de Juan de Borbón y Battenberg, s/n.
918 905 903 / 904, 905
www.patrimonionacional.es
2 Garden of the Friars
Free entrance during opening hours
Paseo de Juan de Borbón y Battenberg, s/n
918 905 903 / 904 / 905
www.patrimonionacional.es
3 First House of Trades
Free entrance to the exhibition rooms
Cultural Centre and Exhibition Rooms
C/ Floridablanca, 3 / 918 960 772
www.sanlorenzodeelescorial.org
Madrid About Info Tourist Information Office - Interpretation
Centre. Calle Grimaldi 4 / 918 905 313
www.sanlorenzoturismo.org
4 Second House of Trades
Free entrance to the Our Lady of Grace Sanctuary
C/ Floridablanca, 5 (Integrated Music Centre, Our Lady of
Grace Sanctuary)
5 Third House of Trades
C/ Floridablanca, 7
www.patrimonionacional.es
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6 Casa de la Compaña (Company Quarters)
Paseo de los Alamillos, 2. Escorial-Maria Cristina Royal
University Centre. Summer Courses Quarters.
918 904 545
www.rcumariacristina.com
7 Casas de los Infantes y de la Reina (Houses of the Infantes
and the Queen)
Paseo de Juan de Borbón y Battenberg
www.patrimonionacional.es
8 Casita del Infante (Upper Casita)
Useful discount vouchers for all the National Heritage
sites availablefor purchase at the Royal Monastry
Paseo de Carlos III s/n (M-665 road)
918 905 626
www.patrimonionacional.es
9 Casita del Príncipe (Lower Casita)
Useful discount vouchers for all the National Heritage
sites available for purchase at the Royal Monastry
Carretera de la Estación s/n. El Escorial
Booking required 918 905 902 / 03
www.patrimonionacional.es
10 San Lorenzo de El Escorial Historical-Artistic Complex
Free entrance
Itineraries through the 16th and 18th centuries. Signposted
and described buildings.
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11 Royal Coliseum of Charles III
C/ Floridablanca 20 / 918 904 411
www.madrid.org/clas_artes/teatros/carlosIII
Scheduled guided tours and show programming.
12 House of the families of the Infantes Carlos María Isidro
and Francisco de Paula
C/ del Rey 38. Summer Courses Quarters.
www.euroforum.es
13 Abantos Pine Grove Picturesque Landscape
Free entrance
Nature itineraries on foot and by bike.
17 Golf Club
Carretera de Robledo de Chavela s/n
918 905 111
http://www.golflaherreria.com
18 Valley of the Fallen
M-600 Road, Km. 1. / 918 905 611 / 918 901 398.
www.patrimonionacional.es
Surroundings, Crypt, Cross, Benedictine Abbey, Sculpture
Groups.
19 San Lorenzo de El Escorial Auditorium Theatre
C/ Parque Felipe II / 918 900 707.
www.teatroauditorioescorial.es.
Scheduled guided tours and show programming.
14 Luis Ceballos Arboretum
Region of Madrid Centre for Environmental Education.
Carretera del monte Abantos s/n / 918 982 132.
www.arboretoluisceballos.blogspot.com.es
15 Herrería Forest
Free entrance
Nature itineraries on foot and by bike.
16 Seat of Philip II (Lookout)
Free entrance
Signposted and described route adapted for disabled
people (for the vision-impaired and wheelchair users).
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Schedule of activities
SAN LORENZO DE EL ESCORIAL
January
TRADITIONAL NATIVITY SCENE
AND THREE KINGS PARADE
February
July
August
Patron saint festivities from 9 to
15 August. Traditions (giants and
cabezudos, passacaglias, etc.)
Performances, events and culture
demonstrations. Sports activities.
Concerts. El Escorial Summit
Crossing. Music and fireworks show.
ESCORIAL SUMMIT CROSSING
Declared of Regional Tourist Interest.
Agost 15th
March
September
EASTER
April
May
Declared of Regional Tourist Interest.
Organised by the seven brotherhoods
in the Brotherhoods’ Board. Religious
events. Numerous processions
through the town streets. Of note are
the Holy Burial and the Procession of
Silence.
October
November
OUR LADY OF GRACE FESTIVITIES
Festival of National Tourist Interest.
Second Sunday of September. Floral
tribute. Saying of the Rosary at Dawn.
Pilgrims’ procession. Groups in
traditional suits and adorned artisanal
carts. Pilgrimage. Regional dancing.
Procession of Our Lady of Grace on
an ox-drawn carriage through to the
Sanctuary that bears her name.
PUBLIC NATIVITY SCENE
June
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December
15 December to 7 January. Over 600
life-sized hand-made traditional
figures covering more than 5,000m2
of the San Lorenzo de El Escorial
Historical-Artistic Complex.
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Hotels
Hotel Victoria Palace****
Restaurants
Hotel de Martín
200 m from the Royal Monastery.
New contemporary decor in the 78
outwards-facing rooms.
Juan de Toledo, 4
918 969 890
www.nh-hoteles.es
Right in the historical centre,
it boasts 11 rooms in a recently
restored 19th-century building.
Gobernador, 1
918 903 944
www.alojamientodemartin.com
-15%
-10%
Hotel Los Lanceros***
In the historical centre, next to
Philip II Park and opposite the
Auditorium Theatre..
Calvario, 47
918 908 011
www.loslanceros.com
-10% off except on special offers
Jarana
Centrally located, accessible and
affordable restaurant.
Alarcón, 6
676 765 290
[email protected]
-10% off à la carte. Free coffee
with menu
Los Lanceros
Traditional Mediterranean cuisine
based on seasonal products.
Calvario, 47
918 908 011
www.restauranteloslanceros.com
-10% discount. Set menus and
special promotions excluded
El Caserío
Romantic ambiance and Basque
cuisine in three different rooms.
Outdoor sitting café in Plaza del
Ayuntamiento.
Reina Victoria, 2
918 904 119
-10%
La Chistera
Dynamic, jovial and family-friendly
vibe. Traditional homemade
Spanish cuisine.
Plaza de Jacinto Benavente, 3
918 903 726
-10% off à la carte
El Candil
Outdoor sitting café in the
historical centre.
Reina Victoria, 16
918 904 103
Liqueur sampling after your
meal
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Mesón La Cueva
Former Soul’s Inn (1768) (‘Antigua
Posada de las Ánimas’).
Castilian cuisine: grilled dishes, red
meat, fish and homemade cakes
and pies.
San Antón, 4
918 901 516
www.mesonlacueva.com
-10% off à la carte and free orujo
Restaurante “Las Viandas”
Classic cuisine with fresh, modern
touches. Outdoor sitting café in
Plaza del Ayuntamiento.
Plaza de La Constitución, 2
918 900 986
www.lasviandas.es
-10% off à la carte
El Sol sale para todos
Seasonal Spanish cuisine. Variety
of tapas and larger-sized portions.
Outdoor sitting café in Plaza del
Ayuntamiento.
Plaza la Constitución, 5
918 997 899
-10% off à la carte
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081 Napoli
Italian cuisine.
Plaza de Juan Herrera, 1
918 997 877
www.081napoli.es
-10% off à la carte
Charolés
Cosy atmosphere. Outdoor
sitting café next to the Monastery.
Traditional cuisine. Exceptional
“cocido madrileño” (typical stew).
Floridablanca, 24
918 905 975
[email protected]
Gift from the restaurant
R. C. de Golf La Herrería
Stunning views of the Monastery
and golf course. Varied menu. Meat
and fish dishes, “cocido madrileño”
(typical stew).
Carretera Robledo de Chavela, s/n
918 905 630
www.golflaherreria.com
Free dessert and coffee for all
Horizontal
Surrounded by a forest on
the side of Mount Abantos.
Traditional cuisine with creative,
contemporary touches.
Magnificent outdoor sitting café .
Camino Horizontal, s/n
918 903 811
www.restaurantehorizontal.
com
La Sartén por el Mango
Extensive range of a la carte
market cuisine.
Juan de Toledo, 19
918 961 313
www.restaurantelasar
tenporelmango.es
-10% off à la carte and daily
set menu
-10% off Monday to Friday
(except public holidays)
Alaska
Traditional Castilian cuisine
featuring market products.
Stunning outdoor sitting café 50
m from the Monastery.
Plaza de San Lorenzo, 4
918 904 365
www.restaurantealaska.com
-10% off à la carte and -5% off
the daily set menu
La taberna de Antioquía
Restaurant-GASTROBAR.
Mariano Benavente nº 5
910230159 / 605279662 /
625985666
www.antioquiasoul.es
[email protected]
-10% discount on restaurant
menu space (Antioch menu and
tasting menus included)
- 10% discount on groups (12-24
pax ) Tuesday to Friday
- 5% discount on groups (12-24
pax ) Weekends and bank
holidays
guests
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Activities
Villanueva. Cocktail bar
Plaza de la Cruz, 2
www.facebook.com/villanueva.
vinos
Have one drink, get the second
one (of the same price) free
SPA - Centro de Agua y Salud
18 years and over. Zaburdón Sports
Centre.
Calle de las Pozas, 183
918 960 040
-25% discount on non-members’
fee
Shops
Textile, fashion
and accessories
A Galope
Men’s and women’s fashion and
accessories.
Reina Victoria, 3
918 908 187
www.agalope.es
-10%
La Reineta. Casa de cosas
Decor, fashion, costume jewellery,
accessories and gifts.
Rey, 17
918 907 614
www.lareineta.es
-10% off marked price except
items on special offer, during
sales and Lampe Berger and
Isabela Piú
Italian fashion collections.
Total looks. Accessories.
Patriarca, 7, corner to Juan de
Leyva.
918 909 039
www.facebook.com/isabella.
piu1
www.isabellapiu.amadeus.com
-10% off except other special
offers
Dunas
Outdoor activities and trekking.
Leandro Rubio, 7 - 2º B
660 046 657
www.dunas-saludenaccion.com
-10% off wellbeing, training and
nature activities
Crafts
The Soap Gallery
Artisan soaps and natural
cosmetics.
Rey, 20
918 904 517
[email protected]
-10% off artisan soaps and
natural cosmetics. Final gift
when passport is full
Paco Pastel
Homemade cakes.
San Antón, 1
918 969 437
Las Pozas, 181. Local 4
918 908 625
[email protected]
-15% off San Lorenzo bread,
-20% off San Lorenzo cake.
Free 200 g box with the
purchase of 1 Kg of bizcotela
biscuits
Nuria Mateos exclusive brands
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Bookshops and
stationer’s
Lauviah, music & books
Juan de Leyva, 19
918 997 641
www.lauviah.es
-5% off books, 10% off other
items
Bookshop Cocheras –
Others
El Zaguán Real
Everything for horse-riding,
hunting, bullfighting, trophies
and gifts.
Velázquez, 20
918 907 500
[email protected]
-10% off purchases from
€50 on
Coliseo
Out-of-print, rare, unusual
and antique books. Inhouse
publishing firm.
Plaza de Jacinto Benavente, 2
918 960 515
www.librosiberia.com
Free book/s in line with
purchase amount
Escolor
Graphic Design Services.
Duque de Alba, 9
918 962 026
www.escolor-serviciosgraficos.es
-10% off digital printing
Pepito Herranz, gifts and souvenirs
Customised gifts, original and
different ideas and inhouse
designs.
Rey, 27
918 904 331
www. colorforyoursoul.com
Cocheras del Rey
Antique carriages exhibition.
Rey, 41
918 960 515
www.cocherasdelrey.es
-10% off visit and in store
-10%
Automecánica Serrana
Duque de Alba, 7
918 901 847
www.cadena88.com
Repair garage.
Carretera de Guadarrama, 55
637 804 450
www.redcomercial.peugeot.
es/autoser
-10% off all items not included
-10% off garage work
Hardware store Cea
in special promotions or sales
MRW 02639 San Lorenzo
Private courier services.
San Antón, 26
918 903 626
www.mrw.es
-20% off RRP for transport on
the Peninsula and -7% off for
international services
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Alcalá de Henares
Cervantes’s home town is an ideal place to explore, wandering the
streets and squares, visiting the museums and monuments, eating in
any of its fine restaurants, going shopping, enjoying a cup of coffee
or a drink as the sun goes down on one of the pavement cafes and
purchasing a souvenir in the form of a typical local sweet, such as
sugared almonds or costrada (layers of puff pastry and custard with a
soft meringue top).
We can start at the Regional Archaeological Museum which offers
guided tours, or take a trip back to Roman times at the Casa
Hippolytus or the Complutum ruins, part of the Region of Madrid’s
Archaeological Sites Plan. Must-sees include the Birthplace of
Cervantes Museum, where the most human facet of this literary
genius is recreated, the University of Alcalá, with its trilingual
courtyard and the auditorium in which every April 23 Kings handed the
Cervantes award for Literature, and the Corral de Comedias, which
offers guided tours in addition to an outstanding range of theatre
performances, along with the Interpretation Centre of Cervantes’
Universes and Laredo Palace.
In the religious sphere, of note are impressive buildings such as the
Magisterial Cathedral and the Las Bernardas Monastery. Finally,
nature lovers can enjoy “Los Cerros de Alcalá”, a protected area on the
left bank of the Henares River, perfect for hill walking.
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University and Historic
Precinct of Alcalá de Henares
inscribed on the World
Heritage List in 1998
www.turismoalcala.es
Plaza de los Santos Niños, s/n.
T. 918 810 634
[email protected]
Plaza de Cervantes.
Callejón de Santa María, 1
T. 918 892 694
[email protected]
Alcalá de Henares
28801 Madrid
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1 The Cervantes Birthplace Museum
Free entrance
Calle Mayor, 48 / 918 899 654
www.museo-casa-natal-cervantes.org
2 Interpretation Centre of Cervantes’ Universes
Free entrance
Plaza de Cervantes, s/n / 918 773 253
www.turismoalcala.es
3 Saint Mary’s Tower
Free visit, booking required
Plaza de Cervantes, s/n
918 892 694
www.turismoalcala.es
4 Regional Archaeological Museum
Free entrance
Plaza d e las Bernardas, s/n / 918 796 666
www.madrid.org
5 Burgo de Santiuste Interpretation Centre
Free entrance
Calle Cardenal Sandoval y Rojas, 3 / 918 884 455
www.turismoalcala.es
6 University. San Ildefonso College
-10%
Plaza de San Diego, s/n / 91 885 64 87
www.visitasalcala.es
7 Corral de Comedias
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-10% discount with prior booking
Plaza de Cervantes, 15 / 918 821 354
www.corraldealcala.com
8 Laredo Palace- Cisnerian Museum
-10%
Paseo de la Estación, 10.
918 856 487
www.visitasguiadas.es
9 Antiquarium and Archaeological Route - Archbishop’s Palace
Free visit, booking required
Calle Cardenal Sandoval y Rojas / 918 892 694
www.turismoalcala.es
10 Magisterial Cathedral
Plaza de los Santos Niños, s/n / 918 880 930
www.catedraldealcala.org
11 Las Bernardas Monastery
Plaza de las Bernardas, s/n / 918 880 930 - 667 696 323
12 Roman City of Complutum
Free entrance
Camino del Juncal, s/n / 918 771 750
www.turismoalcala.es
13 Archaelogical site of Casa de Hippolytus
Free entrance
Avenida de Madrid, s/n / 918 771 750
www.turismoalcala.es
14 Los Cerros de Alcalá
Declared a Mount of Public Utility by the Region of Madrid. A
nature spot you can visit on foot or by bicycle.
www.ayto-alcaladehenares.e
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Schedule of activities
www.turismoalcala.es
CERVANTES TRAIN
Every Saturday in spring and autumn, enjoy this unique and
exceptional way to visit the town of Alcalá.
CERVANTES FOOD FESTIVAL
January
July
GASTRONOMY WEEK
February
Fomentur restaurants offer quality
set menus at special prices with
interesting gastronomic suggestions.
August
September
A selection of restaurants offer cuisine
based on The Quixote and the Golden
Century meals.
CERVANTES WEEK
Festival declared of Regional Tourist
Interest. Homage to the writer Miguel
de Cervantes, with innumerable cultural
activities.
CERVANTES MARKET (from 7 to 12 October)
March
April
EASTER (From March 29th to April 6th)
Festival declared of Regional
Tourist Interest.
Exceptional Easter organised by the town’s
Brotherhoods’ Board.
October
XXXI DON JUAN IN ALCALÁ
Festival declared of Regional Tourist
Interest. October 31 and November 1. The
most crowded open air theater in Spain.
CERVANTES IN APRIL
Intense cultural programming related to the
Arts and the Cervantes Award.
November
May
The largest market of Cervantes time in
Europe. The historical center of Alcalá
recovers the air and ways of the Spanish
Golden Age for a few days.
ALCINE. FILM FESTIVAL
Spain’s most important short-film
festival.
CLASSICS IN ALCALÁ
June
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Classical Theatre Festival where the
town recovers the spirit of the 16th
century.
December
ACTS COMMEMORATING THE WORLD
HERITAGE DECLARATION which took
place on 2 December 1998.
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Hotels
Hotel El Encín Golf
Five-star hotel, the only one in the
Region of Madrid with its own golf
course.
Carretera Nacional II. Exit 34.
Km. 35,600
918 307 069
www.encingolf.com
-10%
Hotel Puerta de Alcalá
Hotel Isla de la Garena
Hotel with SPA and outdoor
swimming pool, located 5 km from
the center, next to Isla mall and
direct exit A2.
918 781 670
www.hotelislagarena.com
-10%
Rafaelhoteles Forum Alcalá
Parador de Alcalá de Henares
Located in the Ancient Convent
of St Thomas, a magnificent 17th
century building in the historical
centre of Alcalá. Its restoration has
received numerous international
awards.
Colegios, 8
918 880 330
www.parador.es
-10%
Hotel AC Alcalá de Henares
Located in the Henares business
corridor area, with easy access to
Madrid from the A-2. Octavio Paz, 25
918 023 970
www.ac-hotels.com
-10%
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Located next to the historical
centre of Alcalá. Excellent
communications with MadridBarajas airport and the IFEMA trade
fair site, along with the leading
historical and cultural points in the
town. Bulgaria, 2
912 918 500
www.rafaelhoteles.com
-10%
Hotel Alcalá Plaza
Modern hotel close to an important
commercial and sports zone in the
town, where you can play paddle
tennis, have a dip in the pool or
rent a bicycle.
Hita, 4
918 783 400
www.hotelalcalaplaza.com
Hotel Cisneros
Right by the La Garena business
estate and very close to the
shopping centre of the same
name. Good communications.
Fausto Elhuyar, 9
918 025 460
Renovated in 2009, close to the
historical centre, great for tourists
and business people alike.
Paseo Pastrana, 32
918 882 511
www.cisneroshotel.com
[email protected]
-10%
-10%
Hotel Campanile
Its excellent location makes it
perfect for business trips or
holidays to Madrid. Next to the
Renfe station and the Alcalá
Hipercor.
Fausto Elhuyar, 3
918 025 612
www.campanile.es
-10%
Hotel Ibis Alcalá La Garena
Close to the Alcalá Garena
shopping centre and Renfe station.
Adjoining family rooms.
Antonio Suárez, 8
918 796 181
www.ibis.com
Evenia boutique Alcalá Hotel
Located in a charming 16th-century
building. Situated in Alcalá’s lovely
historical centre and surrounded by a
magnificent courtyard.
Cardenal Cisneros, 22
918 830 295
www.eveniahotels.com
-10%
Hotel Ciudad de Alcalá
Next to the Renfe station and the
centre of Alcalá de Henares.
Cánovas del Castillo, 4
918 824 745
www.hotelciudaddealcala.com
-10%
-10%
-10%
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Hotel Ibis Budget Alcalá de Henares
A good low-cost option, with the
quality and service Ibis hotels are
known for.
A-2, Parque de la Dehesa
918 796 850
www.ibis.com
-10%
Hostal El Val
Right by the El Val shopping
centre. A welcoming hostel with all
modern amenities.
Zaragoza, 2, 4 y 6
918 835 958
www.hostalelval.com
-10%
Hostal Miguel de Cervantes
Located in the heart of the town,
next to the Cervantes Birthplace
Museum and Calle Mayor. In a pretty,
restored 16th-century building.
Imagen, 12
918 831 277
www.hcervantes.es
-10%
Hostal Don Juan I
In the centre of Alcalá, close to the
Renfe and bus stations.
Don Juan I, 9
918 833 484
www.hostaldonjuani.com
-10%
Apartamentos Don Juan I
In the centre of Alcalá, close to the
Renfe and bus stations.
Don Juan I, 11
918 833 484
www.hostaldonjuani.com
-10%
Apartamentos Alcalá
Located in the historic center, just
50m from the birthplace of Miguel
de Cervantes. Privileged place to
enjoy leisure and culture. Fully
equipped to feel “at home”
Calle Ramón y Cajal, 5.º 1 derecha.
918 796 191
www.apartamentosalcala.com
-10%
Hostal Complutense
100 m from the Cisnerian
University, designed for the
traveller’s comfort at affordable
prices.
Encomienda, 9
918 823 469
www.hostalcomplutense.com
-10%
Hostal Cuatro Caños
Very close to the heart of Alcalá,
next to the bus station. Affordable
prices and comfort.
Divino Figueroa, 10
918 813 844
www.hostalalcala.com
-10%
Hotel El Bedel
A classic hotel in the heart of the
city, next to the Plaza de Cervantes
and the University . Surrounded by
shops , monuments, leisure and
entertainment.
Plaza San Diego, 8
918 886 726
www.hotelelbedel.com
-10%
Restaurants
Al Andalus
Castilian decor, quality produce at
good prices. Wine menu.
Infantado, 3
918 892 140
www.alandalusrestaurante.es
-10% off à la carte
Alcaravea
Featuring traditional Spanish
market cuisine. Garena Tower area.
Avenida Juan Carlos I, 13
918 305 430
www.alcaravea.com
-10% off à la carte
Restaurante Cervecería
Cruz Blanca Alcalá
Restaurant. Seasonal menu.
Traditional and creative cuisine.
Avenida Juan Carlos I, 13
918 305 533
www.cruzblancaalcala.es
-20% off drink list not included.
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El Patio de Mi casa
Tapas, Cocktails and Gin Club. With
a outdoor sitting café open all-year
round.
Teniente Ruiz, 10
665 599 048
-10% off à la carte and daily set menu
El Sexto Sentido
Fusion Spanish/contemporary
cuisine in the historical centre.
Francisco Díaz, 1
918 822 932
www.restaurantesextosentido.es
-10% off the touristic menu
Francesco´s Pizza
Quality pizzas in the centre of
Alcalá.
Libreros, 15
918 328 317
www.francescopizza.es
-10% off à la carte
Gringo Viejo
Specialising in Mexican and
traditional Spanish cuisine. Next
to Plaza de Cervantes. Outdoor
sitting café open all-year round.
Ramón y Cajal, 8
918 788 901
- 10% off à la carte and daily set menu
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Hostería del Estudiante
Located in a 17th-century building.
Traditional Castilian cuisine.
Colegios, 3
918 880 330
www.paradores.es
-10% off à la carte
La Casa Vieja
Castilian and seasonal cuisine.
Traditional Castilian decor. Woodfired oven.
San Felipe Neri, 7
918 836 281
www.larutadelosmesones.com
-10% off à la carte and tasting menu
La Taberna de Rusty
New restaurateurs. Daily set
menu. Exclusive pavement cafe
in the historical centre, very
close to the Cervantes Birthplace
Museum.
Diego de Torres, 2
-10% off à la carte and daily set men
-10% off à la carte
El Pozo de los Sabores
Mediterranean home cooking
made with love.
Carmen Descalzo, 18
910 280 574 / 695 96 96 18
www.elpozodelossabores.es
-10% carta
Las Cuadras de Rocinante
La Cúpula
Traditional Castilian cuisine.
Located in the church of an
old Capuchin college/convent.
Santiago, 18
91 830 73 91
www.lacupularestaurante.net
-10% off à la carte
La Esquina Complutense
Gastronomic Group. Located in a
beautiful, restored small palace in
the centre of the town. Traditional
cuisine.
Ángel, 1 y 3
91 882 73 90
www.laesquinacomplutense.com
-10% off à la carte
La Seda
Specialising in tapas and
traditional and Mediterranean
home-style cooking. Next to Calle
Mayor and Plaza de Cervantes.
Del Tinte, 1
918 775 205
In the style of Cervantes, located
next to the Cervantes Birthplace
Museum. Spanish Golden Age
period decor.
Carmen Calzado, 1
918 800 888
www.mesonlascuadrasderocinante.es
-10% off à la carte and tasting menu
Las Retintas
In the heart of the historical
centre. Breakfast, tapas, daily set
menu, a la carte menu, drinks
and cocktails. Outdoor sitting café
open in summer.
Plaza de los Irlandeses, 9
91 0 016 824 La Posada de la Parra
Trattoria with the purest
traditional Italian flavor. Authentic
restaurant out of the simplistic
kitchen.
Plaza de los Irlandeses, 4
619 84 39 02
-10% carta
Miguel de Cervantes
Traditional cuisine, specialising
in fresh meat and fish, next to the
Cervantes Birthplace Museum.
Imagen, 12
918 831 277
www.hcervantes.es
-10% off à la carte
Nino
Restaurant and Tapas Bar in the
historical centre. Traditional cuisine.
Mayor, 70
918 883 000
-10%off à la carte
-10% off à la carte and tasting menu 39
Noah
Gastropub and Gin Club in the
historical centre. Extensive wine
menu and avant-garde cuisine.
Cerrajeros, 14
910 138 975
-10% off à la carte and daily set menu
Restaurante El Encín Golf
Next to the El Encín Golf Course.
Carretera Nacional II. Exit 34.
Km. 35,600.
918 307 069
www.encingolf.es
-10%
Santo Tomás del Parador de Alcalá
Restaurant with a pleasant
ambiance and exquisite decor.
Wine tastings and exhibitions.
Opposite the Magisterial
Cathedral.
Plaza de los Santos Niños, 5.
911 257 812
-10% off the Parador menu
-10% off à la carte and daily set menu
Restaurante Thai Rack
Asian restaurant with a children’s
play area.
Avenida de Europa, s/n
918 838 116
-10%
Restaurante Hotel Isla de la Garena
Quality Spanish cuisine.
Galileo Galilei, 18
918 781 670
www.hotelislagarena.com
-10% off à la carte and daily set menu.
Drinks not included
Restaurante Macande
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Vinoteca Restaurante Tempranillo
Typical Spanish Golden Age
cuisine, traditional with fresh,
modern touches and typical
desserts.
Colegios, 8
918 880 330
www.paradores.es
Tapelia
Specialising in rice dishes and
Mediterranean cuisine. Next to
Plaza de Cervantes. Outdoor
sitting café open all-year round.
Ramón y Cajal, 8
918 880 740
-10% off à la carte and daily set menu
Specialising in home-style cooking
with set menus during the week
and on weekends. Large outdoor
sitting café open in summer.
Corral de la Sinagoga s/n
(access by Calle Mayor 53-57)
91 883 38 09
The only official Guinness Irish Pub
in Alcalá.
Avenida Juan Carlos I, 13
918 305 547
www.templebarstreet.es
-10% off à la carte and daily set menu
-10% off à la carte
Temple Bar Street
Charlotte Vintage Café
In front of the Cathedral
Magistral , Gastrobar with
breakfast, tapas, snacks , drinks
and cocktails menu . Wine and
gintonic list. Outdoor Terrace.
C/Victoria, 3
918 777 909
www.charlottealcaladehenares.es
-10%
Shops
Textile, fashion
and accessories
Luca More Outlet
Outlet store with leading brands in
men’s and women’s wear.
Mayor, 83
918 831 784
-5%
Re-Mayor 79
Women’s fashion.
Mayor, 79
918 836 495
-5%
Teresa Tello
Bags and accessories.
Mayor, 72
918 774 593
-5%
Un lugar en el Mundo
Costume jewellery and glass
beads.
Mayor, 101
918 821 669
www.
unlugarenelmundobypaula.
blogspot.com
-5%
Mineralia
Costume jewellery and glass
beads.
Mayor, 38 bis
918 831 554
www.mineralia.com
-5%
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By Diva
Lingerie.
Mayor, 91
918 203 318
www.bydiva.net
-5%
Royal Sherry
Spanish fashion labels for men,
women and children.
Plaza de los Santos Niños, 5
918 775 161
www.valecuatro.com
-5%
Bookshops and stationer’s
Bookshop Cervantes
Charming bookshop decorated
with antiques.
Ramón y Cajal, 10
918 880 568
www.lalibreriadejavier.com
-5%
Health and beauty
Soap gallery El Perroflauta
Artisan soaps, homemade natural
cosmetics and gift baskets.
Mayor, 64
918 827 962
-5%
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and gifts
Berakah
San Felipe Neri, Local 3
918 798 052
-5%
Capitel
Mayor, 74
918 890 277
-5%
Stationery Shop Ramírez
Stationery, gifts and pens.
Mayor, 101
918 880 265
-5%
Riverton Hall
A wonderful place in the birthplace
of Cervantes, to find decorative
items and gifts with character.
Calle Mayor, 70
910 847 029
-5%
Gourmet food
and confectionery
Esencias del Gourmet
Gourmet products: wines, Iberian
products and selected sweets.
Mayor, 52
918 20 0 4 01
-5%
Tourist companies
Promoción Turística de Alcalá
Guided tours around historical
Alcalá. Guided two-hour
trips around the town’s most
emblematic places.
918 821 354
www.alcalaturismo.com
-10% discount with prior
booking
Traditional Sweet Shop Cervantes
Typical local sweets.
Mayor, 33
918 776 860
-5%
Cake Shop Yolmar
Typical local sweets and desserts.
Ronda de Pescadería, 14
918 812 970
Cervantalia Turismo Teatral
Bicibus tourist activity. A fun way
to explore the town, on a special
bike for 17 people, pedalling and
enjoying tapas.
918 882 566
www.cervantalia.com
-10% discount with prior
booking
-5%
Alcala Bikes
Cosmen Alcalá
High cafeteria, breakfast pastries and
specializing in quality natural bakery
products.
C/Mayor, 92
918 779 530
www.facebook.com/callemayor92
-5%
Bicycle tour through the historic
center of Alcala de Henares in
2h45m. Bicycle Rental..
C/Teniente Ruiz, 2
912 657 867
www.alcalabikes.es
-25% booking
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Aranjuez
On the banks of the Tajo River, Aranjuez was the site the Bourbons
chose to establish their spring residence as an administrative
framework of the Royal Sites established by the itinerant Court.
Together with the widely admired palace gardens, with their great
botanical variety, the natural setting that surrounds the town has also
been listed on the UNESCO World Heritage list.
Essential visits include the Royal Palace which offers guided tours, the
Royal Barge Museum, the Casa del Labrador and the 200-year-old
Bullring in the Historical Centre which has been declared a Historical/
Artistic Complex. A stroll through the Prince, Island and Flowerbed
Gardens evokes the melodies that the master Spanish composer
Joaquín Rodrigo dedicated to them in his famous Concierto de Aranjuez.
To really get to grips with the town you will need more than a day, as on
top of the Palace and its gardens there are the areas around the Tajo
River and the historical groves and orchards which in the past provided
food to the Court and the produce of which we can today sample in the
delicious dishes prepared by the local restaurants, some of them
Michelin-starred.
In spring and autumn, catch the Strawberry Train to the town, which
departs from the old Delicias station on the weekends. However, any
time of year is good to discover its natural environment on foot, bike or
horseback.
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United Nations
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Aranjuez Cultural Landscape
inscribed on the World Heritage
List in 2001
www.aranjuez.es
Plaza de San Antonio, 9
T. 918 910 427
[email protected]
Aranjuez
28300 Madrid
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1 Royal Palace. Royal Barge Museum
918 910 740
[email protected]
2 Real Casa del Labrador
918 910 740
[email protected]
3 Bullring and Bullfighting Museum
Historical/Artistic Monument
918 910 427
[email protected]
4 Wine Cellars Real Cortijo
Historical/Artistic Monument
915 357 735
[email protected]
5 Wine Cellars El Regajal
El Regajal-Mar de Ontígola Nature Reserve
913 078 903
[email protected]
6 Joaquín Rodrigo Monument
Joaquín Rodrigo, Marquis of Aranjuez Gardens, rests
here alongside his wife Victoria Kamhi in the Aranjuez
family vault.
www.joaquin-rodrigo.com
7 Mariblanca Square
918 910 427
[email protected]
8 Royal Chapel of St Anthony
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918 910 427
[email protected]
9 Royal Theater of Charles III
918 924 386
www.teatroaranjuez.es
10 Abastos Market
918 911 663
[email protected]
11 Constitución Square
918 910 427
[email protected]
12 Isabel de Farnesio Cultural Centre
918 924 386
[email protected]
13 San Pascual Convent
918 910 427
[email protected]
14 Godoy Palace
918 910 427
[email protected]
15 Alpajés Church
918 910 427
[email protected]
16 Aranjuez Waterwheel
918 910 427
[email protected]
17 Rusiñol Arbor
918 910 427
[email protected]
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Schedule of activities
ROYAL COLISEUM OF CHARLES III
ANNUAL PROGRAMMING
Check programme highlights at
www. cultura/aranjuez.es
January
February
July
TAPAS ROUTE AND GASTRONOMIC EVENTS
August
March
September
STRAWBERRY TRAIN (spring, autumn)
April
A mainstay of Madrid culture and
recreation, includes the journey in the
historical train and a full schedule of
activities in Aranjuez.
October
33rd ALFARANJUEZ CRAFT FAIR
May
Spain’s second-largest and oldest
pottery fair.
ST FERDINAND FEAST DAYS
MOTÍN FESTIVITIES
Declared of International Tourist Interest.
First weekend in September.
www.aranjuez.es
Spring-autumn
918 923 050
www.aranjuez.es
5TH TRADE, INDUSTRY AND SERVICES FAIR
Brings together 50 exhibitors
representing the most characteristic
activities of the sector.
TAPAS ROUTE AND GASTRONOMIC EVENTS
Spring-autumn
918 923 050
www.aranjuez.es
November
30 May. Traditional St Ferdinand Bullfight
21ST ANCIENT MUSIC FESTIVAL (May June)
June
International festival, principal platform.
December
SPRING CONCERTS (June)
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Featuring the municipal band, held outdoors
in the historical Plaza de San Antonio.
Free entrance.
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Hotels
Nh Príncipe de La Paz Hotel
Real Hostel
El Cocherón Hotel
Located opposite the Royal Palace,
a few metres from the Gardens.
San Antonio, 22
918 099 222
www.nh-hoteles.es
A stone’s throw from the Royal
Palace and Gardens.
Montesinos, 22
918 754 350
www.elcocheron1919.com
-10%
-10%
Barceló Hotel
Jardín de Aranjuez Hotel
In an exceptional setting to relax
and unwind.
Plaza de la Unesco, 2
918 099 399
www.barcelo.com
Located on one of the town’s main
avenues.
C/ del Príncipe, 26
918 754 207
www.hoteljardindearanjuez.com
-10%
-10%
Don Manuel Hotel
Close to places of interest such as
the Royal Barge Museum.
C/ del Príncipe, 71
918 754 086
www.donmanuelhotel.com
-10%
Santa Marta Hostel
Modern rooms.
Infantas, 19
918 924 767
www.hostal-rte-santamarta.com
-10%
Recently refurbished.
Infantas, 4
918 090 369
www.hostalrealaranjuez.com
-10%
Camping Internacional
Enjoy an unforgettable stay.
Carretera Antigua N IV km 46
918 911 395
www.campingaranjuez.com
-10% discount in low season
Restaurants
Alegría de La Huerta
Traditional cuisine in a pleasant
setting next to the river.
Carretera Madrid, 4
918 912 938
www.laalegriadelahuerta.com
-10% off the “Legacy Cities”
menu
Asador El Corral de La Abuela
Specialists in meat dishes, roast
lamb and suckling pig. Own wine
cellar.
C/ de la Reina, 2
918 920 237
www.elcorraldelaabuela.es
-10%
Bonavia
Traditional cuisine from the north
and Aranjuez; portions. Suitable for
people with Coeliac Disease.
Postas ,20
626 452 237
[email protected]
-10%
Cookery
Traditional cuisine. Right in the
historical heart. Discount on à la
carte.
918 011 336 / 609 27 58 91
[email protected]
-10%
Gastrobar Almíbar
Traditional Aranjuez cuisine.
Almíbar, 138
918 910 097
www.restaurantealmibar.es
-10%
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El Castillo
Inside the Prince Garden.
Camino de Colmenar, s/n
(Jardín del Principe)
918 913 000
www.elcastillo1806.com
-10%
Carême
Tourist area, pleasant vibe.
Avenida del Príncipe, 26
918 011 529
www.thedublineririshcoffee.com
-10%
Góngora
La Estrella de Aranjuez
Restaurante Cheers
Quality fresh products goes into
every dish.
Postas, 14 (pedestrian street)
918 918 302 / 630 743 525
www.laestrelladearanjuez.com
Traditional cuisine next to Alpajés
Church.
Principe, 55
91 891 32 64
[email protected]
-10% off à la carte. Free shots
-10% off à la carte
La Italiana
Restaurante Quid
Two outdoor sitting café with
exceptional views of the Palace.
Avda. de Palacio, 3
918 926 486
www.caremejesusdelcerro.com
In the heart of the historical
centre. Traditional cuisine. Capitán
Angosto Gómez
Castrillón, 21
918 918 290
www.gongorarestaurante.es
Retro-style café, opened in 1956.
San Antonio, 53
91 891 22 50
[email protected]
Traditional cuisine.
Avenida del Príncipe, 5
918 913 394
www.restaurantequid.com
-10% off meals and afternoon
-10%
-10%
-10%
teas
Casa José
Jardín del Príncipe
Tradition, innovation, exquisite
customer service. Michelin Star.
Carrera de Andalucía, 32
918 911 488
www.casajose.es
Menus adapted to all customer
requirements.
C/ de la Reina, 6
918 754 160
www.jardindelprincipe.com
-10%
-10%
Casa Pablo
Blends traditional and market
contemporary cuisine, tasting
menu.
Almíbar, 42
918 911 451
www.casapablo.net
-10%
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Dubliner Irish Coffee
La Cava Real
Rooms with views of the Isabel II
Garden.
Real, 1
918 924 704 www.lacavareal.es
-10% off à la carte
Rana Verde
Medinaceli Palace
Extensive range of signature
cuisine. Specialists in roast dishes.
In the heart of the historical centre.
Gobernador,62
910 135 294
www.restaurante
palaciodemedinaceli.com
-10%
Entreamigos
Traditional homemade and
Lebanese cuisine.
Carretera de Andalucía, 62
626 163 914 / 918 915 679
[email protected]
-10% off à la carte
Privileged location next to Prince
Garden.
C/ de la Reina, 1
918 911 325
www.elranaverde.com
-10%
Santa Marta
Traditional cuisine.
Calle de las Infantas, 19
918 924 767
www.hostal-rte-santamarta.com
-10%
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Vivaldi
Italian and Mediterranean cuisine.
Principe, 30
918 754 124
[email protected]
-10% off à la carte
Discounts apply to restaurant,
Bullfighting Museum
Colores Series
Guided tour around the 200
year-old Bullring and Bullfighting
Museum.
Avenida de Plaza de Toros s/n
918 910 427
[email protected]
Gallery with exhibitions and the
sale of regional products. Free
entrance.
C/ Del Rey, 3
911 198 644
www.seriecolores.com
Group’s reduced entrance fee
-10% off gift items and Bodegas
Ercavio wine
not coffee; events excluded.
Wine Cellars El Regajal
Activities
Tourist boat (El Curiosity)
Thematic 45-minute trips along
the Tajo River. Drinks and show
included.
Departure: Barcas Bridge (next to
the Canoeing Club)
918 91 5 923 / 685 566 148
www.elcuriosity.com
-15%
Guided tour around the wineries
in the El Regajal-Mar de Ontígola
Nature Reserve.
Carretera de Andalucía, km 50,5
913 078 903
[email protected]
www.elregajal.es
-10% off the tour
-5% off “El Regajal” wine
Wine Cellars Real Cortijo
Guided tour around the Bodegas
Carlos III, the only Royal wine
cellar in Spain.
León Ruiz Ruiz, s/n
915 357 735
www.realcortijo.com
Cuadras Bella Vista
Horseback trails around the
Aranjuez Historical Groves. An
unforgettable adventure for
beginners and experts alike.
Ojalvo, s/n
629 41 01 00
www.cuadrabellavista.com
-10%
Excursions
around Aranjuez
Excursions Aranjuez
Guided tours around Aranjuez, the
Royal Palace and Gardens.
Gonzalo Chacón, 60
685 566 148
www.excursionesaranjuez.com
-10%
Focus Aranjuez
Original guided routes. Led by a
landscape architect.
Infantas, 77, 1º, puerta 4
636 864 536
www.focusaranjuez.es
-20%
Rutas Eti
winery
Discover the history and nature of
Aranjuez on bike.
Santisima Trinidad, 8 Madrid
914 461 497
www.estudiosterritoriales.net/
Cicloturismo.html
-15% off Madrid Homet 2004
-5%
-10% off the guided tour to the
and 2005 designation of
origin wine (standard 750 mL
Bordeaux bottle)
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Tourist Train
A journey around the Historical
Centre and the Prince Garden.
Departs from: Silvela Palace.
La Montaña Business Centre.
Patrimonio Mundial, 7 oficina 53
902 088 089
www.arantour.com
Sankara
Botanical and Nature Survival
routes.
Ibiza, 4
918 914 350
www.sankara.es
-10%
-10%
Danco Aventura
Turmismo
Guided tours around the Cultural
Landscape Gardens and Historical/
Artistic Complex.
Almansa, 20
629 572 136
www.rutasporaranjuez.es
An adventure amongst centuriesold trees, multi-adventure track
and canoeing along the Tajo River.
Finca Soto del Parral M-318 km 1,2
918 938 457
www.dancoaventura.com
-10%
Shops
Abastos Market
The classic commercial centre
of Aranjuez is located in an
emblematic building in the heart
of the town. With over 100 stalls
boasting typical products, mostly
food produce, of great quality and
variety, and a restaurant area in the
old market courtyard. Plaza de la Constitución, s/n
918 911 663
www.mercaranjuez.es
-3%
-20%
Servitur
Guided tours around the Cultural
Landscape Gardens and Historical/
Artistic complex.
Profesora Modesto Navarro, 2
646 374 638
www.servituraranjuez.com
-20%
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Visitaranjuez
Guided tours daily 11:30, 16:30
and night rute . No. 1 Attraction on
TripAdvisor. We tell the story for
you to live it.
699 649 510
www.visitaranjuez.com
-20% y precios especiales para
grupos
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The passport can be obtained
throughout the Madrid Tourism
Offices network and shall be
stamped in the Alcalá de Henares,
Aranjuez and San Lorenzo de
El Escorial Tourist Offices.
When your passport is completed with
CONDITIONS FOR USE
the stamps of the three cities, you can
• The passport is personal. A single passport will be
issued per person or family unit.
request three tourist guides from the
collection of the Madrid Region from any
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• Offers may not be combined with other promotions.
of the participating tourist offices or at the
• Before using the passport, please indicate the
promotion you are interested in.
Tourist Office at calle Alcalá 31, Madrid.
• Bookings subject to availability.
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RENFE SUBURBAN RAIL MADRID
The most important tourist information on each town in
the suburban rail network map brochure is included.
Special offer: With the purchase of two adult tickets to
any of the three destinations, one child up to the age of 12
travels free.
Promotional information on this programme at
www.renfe.com
NATIONAL HERITAGE
Visitors to Aranjuez and San Lorenzo de El Escorial can
purchase annual or two-month vouchers to the Royal
Sites.
www.patrimonionacional.es
Published by:
Directorate General of Tourism, Regional Ministry of
Employment, Tourism and Culture, Region of Madrid.
© copyright: texts: the authors
© copyright: photos: the photographers
In collaboration with:
Alcalá de Henares Town Hall.
Aranjuez Town Hall.
San Lorenzo de El Escorial Town Hall.
Directorate General of Trade, Regional Ministry of Economy
and Treasury, Region of Madrid.
Madrid Regional Transport Consortium.
Patrimonio Nacional.
RENFE.
MADRID REGIONAL TRANSPORT CONSORTIUM
Allowances on tourist tickets; see Madrid City Council for
ticket distribution.
www.crtm.es
Design:
María Pitironte
Maps:
Jesús Sanz
Legal deposit:
M-36114-2015
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